FRESHA DEVON & EXETER LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION WINNERS 2012/13 - RUNNERS UP 2014/15
MORRISON BELL CUP WINNERS 2013 and 2014 - FINALISTS 2015
EAST DEVON SENIOR CUP WINNERS 2013/14
APRIL 25th - FENITON 7 CLYST VALLEY 2
Feniton followed up their 5-0 victory over Newton St Cyres two evenings earlier with another goal fest when Clyst Valley visited Acland Park. Both line-ups were sprinkled with players from their respective youth sides and they all showed plenty of promise. Fenny went ahead in the 10th minte courtesy of an own goal before Valley hit back to twice capitalise on some hesitant Fenny defending to edge themselves 2-1 in front. Ben Allen’s trickery gave him the opening to fire Fenny level and just before the interval Aaron Pearse gave them the the lead when he was on hand to force home Sam Carden’s cross from the bye line. As the exertions of two games in three days began to tell, a triple Feniton substitution on 58 minutes saw Oscar Walsh, Tom Badcott and George Hathaway come on to add some fresh impetus to proceedings. Walsh soon announced his arrival when he bent home a free-kick to make it 4-2 and five minutes later scored his second after cutting inside a defender to fire home. In the closing stages Louie Hilton bagged himself a brace, both with neat finishes after some slick Fenny passing had cut open the visitors rearguard. Both sides must be congratulated for the sporting nature in which the game was played with hardly a foul committed or any dissent shown throughout, so much so The Old Sage of Colestocks was heard to voice his approval after.
APRIL 23rd - FENITON 5 NEWTON ST CYRES 0
Four goals in the opening half hour ensured a comfortable win for a Feniton side determined to pull away from the lower echelons of The Premier Division table. Aaron Pearse opened the scoring after 12 minutes with a low drive and then he added a second 10 minutes later powering home from the edge of the box. Louie Hilton’s slick turn made room for himself to stroke home a third goal and Charlie Selley made it 4-0 on 38 minutes with another well taken goal. With the game effectively won at the break Fenny were able to see out the second half without alarm and added themselves a fifth goal thanks to Ben Allen’s cool finish.
FENITON FOOTBALL CLUB,Acland Park, Station Road, Feniton, Devon, EX14 3EA
email us: email@example.com
The opinions and views made on this website do not necessarily reflect the opinions and views of the Officers of Feniton Football Club
PITCHSIDE ADVERTISING - PLEASE SUPPORT THOSE WHO SUPPORT US
Our pitchside advertising boards not only promote your business to numerous visitors to Acland Park but also bring much needed revenue towards the costs of running the Football Club, maintaining the pitches and machinery plus the general upkeep of our changing facilities. To view the businesses who have already have purchased boards please click on PITCHSIDE ADVERTISING at the main navigation bar above.
ADVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS AT FENITON FC
Why not promote your business on one of our pitchside perimeter advertising boards. We are offering special introductory rates running right through to the end of next season (2017-18). Please contact us for further details.