Great day at St James’ Park

13:40 11 May 2012

Sidmouth U10 cup winners

Sidmouth U10 cup winners

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Sidmouth Town JV U10s had the chance to win the Sunday League Cup on Sunday, having already won the league early in the season, writes Rob Fowler.

Sidmouth had to play Feniton u10s at Exeter City’s St James’ Park.

Sidmouth dominated the play all game and run out 5-0 winners with George Salter and Jake Jones both scoring twice and Tyler Wood getting the other.

Full credit must go to Feniton who never gave up but just came up against a very good Sidmouth team. Many thanks to the East Devon league for all their hard work through the season (Mr and Mrs Frood and Val Board ) for giving the boys chance to play football.

Squad: J Fowler, S Pyne, R Griffiths, D Lascelles, T Wood, G Salter, C Mcnamara-Campbell, T Rush, A Michell, J Jones, G Sinker, S De Gruchy, H Ensall.

Also special thanks are due to Grant Mitchell who has been there all season helping out with the team and for all the endless work he does for the boys

Another thank you to Lou Fowler for washing the kit and the endless admin jobs she does.

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