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Jets left grounded by stubborn Civil Service

By Exeter Express and Echo  |  Posted: November 22, 2012

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UNDER-14s

THIS top of the league clash ended all-square as both teams cancelled each other out in a tight contest.

Civil keeper Josh Mclean kept a sixth clean sheet in seven games in a fine showing, with the Jets creating the better chances but unable to take them.

Midfielders Tom Kempson, Bailey Jason-Ryan and Sam Webber put in real shifts for Civil, while skipper Olly Johnson was the Alphas' key man.

UNDER-12s

Pinhoe Spartans remain top of the division with a hard-fought win against a determined Feniton outfit.

Spartans went a goal down, but strikes from Kieran Stevens (2) and Brandon Whyte saw them through.

Okehampton scored twice early on to set them on their way to a handsome win. Heavitree hit back as man-of-the-match Ali Dildorbekov set up Mark Dunne for his first goal. Okehampton did pull away, only for Dunne to net his second.

UNDER-11s

Central's Luca Pym opened the scoring before Oscar Smithen and Kit Fenwick with a fine free-kick extended the lead. Declan Blake notched a fourth, while Will Sawyer saved a penalty.

A great team performance saw Knights come back from a goal down to take all three points. Goals came from Lewis Chance (3) and Leon Robson.

UNDER-9s

After cup success last week, Heavitree returned to league action by thumping Whipton Wanderers. Goals came from from Kye Stewart (5), Harry Fawkes (2), Charlie Way (2), Tomas Piskac (2) and a wonder strike from Brady Bolt.

Kye Stewart bagged his 25th of the season as Heavitree Social Youth made it 10 wins from 10.

Harry Fawkes grabbed a hat-trick and Lewis Brown scored a screamer from the half-way line to round off the win.

UNDER-8s

Pinhoe's improvement contniues with two fine wins. Goals came from Ben Annunziata, Matthew Gray, Ethan Carter, Isaac Salter and Derren Sims.

The whole team played superbly, with Aaron Palmer putting in another fine showing.

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