Some good wins for Crediton Youth teams this week

By Crediton Courier Contributor   |   Crediton Courier Contributor   |
Friday 15th April 2022 6:30 am
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MIDWEEK fixtures saw Crediton Youth U15’s make the short journey to Newton St Cyres for the big local derby. Unfortunately, for the Crediton lads it was their neighbours who edged a tight affair with a 1-0 win.

The U14’s put in a strong performance at home to Brixington Blues but lost out 3-1 in the end. Rhys Ebdy getting their goal.

Saturday saw the U16’s play their final home game of the season against a useful South Molton side. The visitors ran out 5-1 winners. Casey Grossett getting the home side’s goal.

It was a very one-sided affair for the U12’s who had a convincing win over Exeter Panthers. Amongst the goal scorers were Fletcher Clark, Freddie Vodden, Jake Shepherd, Jake Stagg, Joseph Walters, Miles Dracup, Seb Roche and Zac Miller.

The U8’s entertained Copplestone and Exmouth. Their coaches were really pleased with both sides attitude, effort and team work which saw them get four wins.  Player of the matches going to Archie Cale and Elliott Beard.

An away trip for the U11’s to Stoke Hill saw them return with another victory. Hayden Richardson Miller with a brace, and singles from Dan Cavanagh, Jimmy Orchard and an own goal sealed their result.

Sunday saw cup action for the U13 girls at home against a very resilient Stoke Hill side. Evie Lewis with two, and singles from Abbie Carthew, Chloe Curtis and Ruby Turner helped them through to the next round with a 5-0 win.

The U11 girls were away at Twyford Spartans, and came away with another good win. Goal scorers on the day were Gracie Clements, Gracie Pugsley and Lexi Mullen.

It was a mini tournament for the U9 girls taking on sides from Cullompton, Exmouth and Torquay. Not a great day result wise, but the girls put in some great battling performances.

Unfortunately, the U9’s opponents were unable to fulfil their fixture last weekend. Not having played at home for sometime they took the opportunity to have Sunday morning friendly fixtures between their two sides at Lords Meadow. Two very close games took place between the two sides.

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