Last weekend was all action for Crediton Youth FC sides

Saturday 9th April 2022 4:46 pm
Crediton Youth Under 10’s (Submitted )

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FRIDAY night saw the U11 girls take on Central Youth at home in the cup semi final.

The sides were level at four a piece at the end of full time, and it was five a piece at the end of extra time.

Unfortunately, the Creddy girls went out 4-3 on penalties.

Goals on the night came from a Lexi Mullen hat-trick and two from Gracie Clements.

Players of the match went to Helena Sylla and Nuala Byrnes.

Saturday action saw the U14’s away at St Martin’s.

They were eventually edged out at 2-1. Ben Betts getting their goal.

It was a one-sided affair for the U12’s away at Central Eagles.

They put nine past their opponents without reply.

On the scoresheet for them were Jake Stagg, Jake Tapp and Seb Roche with doubles, with Jake Shepherd and Billy Dymond and an own goal completing the scoring.

Another home win for the U11’s against Exeter Panthers.

One down at half-time it took second-half goals from Ethan Moore, Jimmy Orchard, Josh Poole and Will Matten to seal the victory.

It was the short journey to North Tawton for the U9’s.

They returned with four wins.

Amongst their goal scorers were Finn Moore, Harry Broome, Jacob Sweeney, Luke Beetlesone, Nate Payne, Ollie Dallyn, Seb Conridge, Sophie Trenaman, Theo Lander, Tony Camp, Will Manns and Will Mullen.

Lympstone was the destination for the U8’s, who came back with two wins and two draws.

Their goals coming from Joey Carpenter, Leo Hargreaves, Noah Pugsley, and Oscar Wilks.

Player of the match for both sides going to Ben Whedal and Hugh Swain.

The better weather has given the U7’s the opportunity to get a lot of football played.

Last weekend saw them take on North Tawton with some good results.

Goal scorers on the day included Charlie Blake, Jack Smith, Ozzie Hargreaves and Rupert Nicholls.

Ida Brealy and Rupert Nicholls being chosen as player of the matches.

The following weekend saw four wins away at Stoke Hill.

Leading the goal scoring were Ozzie Hargreaves and Charlie Blake with Freddie Rose and Oliver Holt also on target.

Players of the day went to Charlie Blake and Frank Parker.

But a special mention as well to Luke Harder for some superb saves.

Sunday saw the U13 girls get back to winning ways with a 2-0 victory away at Moors Youth. Evie Lewis getting both goals for them.

The U11 girls put their cup exit behind them with a decent victory over Cullompton Rangers at Lords Meadow.

Amongst the goals for them were Eva, Gracie Clements, Gracie Pugsley and Lexi Mullen.

The two sides also had a game for their development sides which saw a win for the Crediton girls.

With no league game, the U10’s took the opportunity to have a 9v9 friendly in preparation for next season at Exmouth Town on Sunday. It ended in a narrow defeat with Ryan Edby getting their goal from a free kick, but it gave them a very valuable introduction to next season’s format.


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