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MAY 3rd - CURTAIN FALLS ON DISAPPOINTING SEASON

Feniton’s league campaign is over for another season after they suffered a 2-0 defeat on their visit to Elmore on Wednesday evening. This was Fenny’s third defeat on the trot after a run of three difficult away fixtures against the sides who finished in second, fourth and third places respectively. To visit Elmore with a full strength side is a difficult enough ask, to go there with a patched up one meant it was more a case of damage limitation and to this end Fenny could be pleased enough with their efforts to restrict their hosts to a goal in each half although they did have keeper Matt Kingdon to thank for a number of fine saves including a second half penalty. Fenny were under the cosh for much of the match and consequently offered little as an attacking threat but at least the effort, which has all too often been lacking during the season, was there. So, Fenny had to settle for a 7th placed finish in the table - their lowest since being champions in 2012/13 - after what can only be described as a disappointing season, but certainly a fair reflection on how it has shaped considering the player unavailability and the lack of commitment shown. As a consequence this made Ben Ede’s task so much more difficult and he never had the luxury of being able to field a settled side. There is no questioning the ability within the squad but all too often it was depleted meaning that no fewer than 30 players started league matches throughout the season. The 74 goals scored was only bettered by five of the six teams who finished above them. By stark contrast the 76 goals against was the fourth most as they all too often conceded at will which again had a big influence on their league standing. The introduction of several young players from the Reserve and Thirds teams at the back end of the season, all of whom played their part and were not fazed by Premier Division football, was a huge bonus and with it brings some positive optimism for the future.

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