Crediton Youth big games and big wins

By Alan Quick   |   Editorial Manager/Photojournalist   |
Wednesday 23rd March 2022 11:32 am
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Crediton Youth U11 Girls.
Crediton Youth U11 Girls. (Crediton Youth FC )

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IT was second against third in the big game at Lords Meadow for the U13’s as they took on Culm Sampford Wildcats on Saturday morning.

After a very entertaining game it finished two apiece, the Crediton goals coming from Ben Fantham and Rhys Ebdy.

The two sides meet again under lights at Willand in the League Cup semi-final.

Another big win for the U12’s as they swept aside Pinhoe Spartans 8-0. Jake Stagg leading the scoring with four, and further goals from Fletcher Clark, Jake Tapp, Seb Roche and Zach Miller.

The U11’s entertained Broadclyst and lost out by the odd goal as they went down 2-1 after a very tight game. Dan Cavanagh again on target for them.

The U10’s were away to Stoke Hill and Sidmouth. Two wins, a draw and a defeat for them. Their goals coming from Archie Crosbie, Brody Brookes, Casey Philp, Daniel Southall, Ellis Friend, Jayden Saunders, Oliver Brimilcombe, Oliver Wilk and Ryan Ebdy.

Dawlish was the destination for the U9’s. Lots of mini games ended up overall with one win and one defeat. Goal scorers for them included Finn Moore, Henry Windsor, Jacob Sweeney, Luke Beetlestone, Ollie Dallyn and Will Manns.

The U8’s tested themselves with friendlies against Total 14 Academy and were very pleased for both sides to get draws at Lords Meadow. Fraser Page grabbed a hat-trick for his side, with Joey Carpenter getting both goals in the other game.

It was cup action for the U11 girls who beat Cullompton to go through to the next round. Their goals came courtesy of Eva, Gracie Clements and Lexi Mullen. Player of the match went to Nuala Byrnes on her debut in goal, for pulling off some superb saves.

The U9 girls travelled to Holsworthy and took on a very much more experienced side. They battled until the end, and again did themselves and their coaches proud.

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