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Barnstaple put 11 past Dawlish to fly the flag in county cup

By This is NorthDevon  |  Posted: November 20, 2008

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BARNSTAPLE TOWN Under-14s flew the Opticop League flag in the Devon Cup on Sunday — securing a place in the quarter-finals with an emphatic 11-1 win over Dawlish United.

Jason Lathwell, Andrew Alexander, Luke Pickard, Lewis Handley and Zac Everest each bagged two goals, while Lewis Goss also found the net.

Barum boss Ricky Marinaro said: "It was a very confident display by the boys who worked very hard throughout."

Torridgeside Under-14s are also safely through, beating Tamerton Foliat of Plymouth 5-1 thanks to goals from George Bartlett (two), Ellis Eggleton, Brendon Harris and Jake Burnidge.

The North Devon League programme was again hit by the weather.

There was action at Torridgeside, where second met fourth in the under-nines section.

Home keeper Jonathan Limbrick was outstanding, but he was beaten by Braunton's Henry Hatrock and Connor Balment, giving their side a 2-0 win. Midfielder Bohdan Martin was the winners' star man.

Chudleigh Under-10s' Nathan Parsons netted in a 1-1 draw with visiting South Molton.

Sam Phillips was the star as SAS put seven past battling Lynton and Lynmouth, while Ben Floyd was in fine form on the left of midfield as Torridgeside went down 5-0 at home to Braunton.

Joseph Cox put Bideford Blues ahead at Woolsery with a deft backheel, before Ryan Corey ensured the hosts got a share of the spoils.

In the under-11s, Holsworthy's Jacob Nosworthy struck twice to seal a 2-0 win at Ilfracombe, and there were fine displays for the winners from Mac Powell, Frazer Priest and Ben Johns.

Braunton Wanderers gained home advantage when North Molton's pitch was waterlogged, and they took the points thanks to goals from Matthew Hartnoll and Charlie Prentice.

Joseph Wells, with a superb header and then a cross that forced an own goal, was the star for SAS United as they won 2-1 at home to a Barnstaple Youth side who had led the game at the break.

Alex Hannan scored the Bideford Blues goal as they went down 2-1 at SAS Warriors.

Lewis Hookway (two), Tom Davey, Alan Kerr and Billy Cockwill accounted for the Torridgeside goals as they beat South Molton 5-1.

In the under-12s section, Frazer Honey made amends for a penalty miss when he found the net with an equaliser to earn Holsworthy a share of the spoils in a 1-1 draw with Bradworthy.

Just one under-13s game survived the weather — but there were plenty of goals in it as Barnstaple Youth won 7-1 at Woolsery. Home keeper Ben Chance was again outstanding, while Kristian Hancock scored their consolation. Hayden Lawson (three), Tyler Blockley (two), George Williams and Will Jeremy were on target for Barum.

Bideford Blues Under-14s were seven up at the break, before the visitors, SAS Hunters, rallied to 'draw' the second half 1-1. Callum Joslyn netted for Hunters, but it was the heroics of their keeper, George Green, that saw the second half end all square, although Blues ended up 8-1 winners.

SAS Rangers had a hitman in form as Billy Tucker scored four times in a 7-1 win at Braunton. Jack Gabriel, Michael Gaunt and Holbie Moore scored the other goals, but Rangers' star man was central defender Thomas Trump. Lewis Seymour netted for Braunton.

Bideford Blues Under-15s won 3-1 at Northam Lions. Joe Chugg scored the Blues goal that took them into half-time all square, and second-half strikes from Jack Constable and Joe Wilkins sealed the victory.

In the under-16s section, Torridgeside beat Appledore 10-2. George Folland hit four and the others came from Daniel Lane, Aaron Barclay, Sean Letheren, Ian Cockwill, Sam Davy and Josh White. Hallum Cook hit both Appledore's goals.

SATURDAY

U11: Barnstaple Yth 1 SAS Warriors 1.

U14 girls mini soccer: North Molton 3 Bideford 4, Torridgeside 2 South Molton Utd 1, Bideford 2 South Molton Utd 4, South Molton Utd 2 North Molton 0, Torridgeside 4 Bideford 0, Torridgeside 0 Braunton 2, Torridgeside 1 North Molton 0, South Molton Utd 1 Braunton 2, North Molton 0 Braunton 3, Bideford 0 Braunton 8.

U16 girls mini soccer: Braunton 0 Torridgeside 1, South Molton 2 Torridgeside 1, Bideford 1 Torridgeside 1, Braunton 1 South Molton 6, Bideford 2 South Molton 4, Bideford 3 Braunton 0.

SUNDAY

U9: Torridgeside 0 Braunton 2.

U10: Torridgeside 0 Braunton 5, SAS 7 Lynton & Lynmth 0, Woolsery 1 Bideford Blues 1, Chulmleigh 1 South Molton 1.

U11: North Molton 0 Braunton Wdrs 2, SAS Utd 2 Barnstaple Yth 1, Ilfracombe Yth 0 Holsworthy Yth 2, Appledore 0 Woolsery 3, Torridgeside 5 South Molton 1, SAS Warriors 2 Bideford Blues 1.

U12: Holsworthy 1 Bradworthy 1, Morwenstow 2 Bideford Blues 5.

U13: Woolsery 1 Barnstaple Yth 7, SAS 1 Braunton 8.

U14: Braunton 1 SAS Rgrs 7, Appledore 1 South Molton 14, Bideford Blues 8 SAS Hunters 1.

U15: Northam Lions 3 Barnstaple Tn 4, Barnstaple Yth 4 Lynton & Lynmouth 1, Bude Tn 5 Braunton 3.

U16: Torridgeside 10 Appledore 2.

SUNDAY

U9: Eastside AFC v Bideford Blues, Torridgeside v Ilfracombe. Cup: SAS v Braunton, South Molton v Barnstaple Yth.

U10 — Cup: Bideford Blues v SAS, South Molton v Barnstaple Yth. Plate: Lynton & Lynmouth v Braunton, Woolsery v Torridgeside.

U11: Barnstaple Yth v Bude Tn Yth, Ilfracombe Yth v Woolsery, North Molton v South Molton. Cup: Bideford Blues v SAS Utd, Holsworthy Yth v Braunton Wdrs, SAS Warriors v Torridgeside.

U12: Appledore v Barnstaple Yth. Cup: Bradworthy Yth v SAS Colts, Torridgeside v Holsworthy Yth.

U13 — Cup: Ilfracombe Yth v Torridgeside, North Molton v Braunton, SAS v Barnstaple Yth, Woolsery v Bideford Blues.

U14 — Cup: Appledore v Torridgeside, Braunton v Holsworthy Yth, Hatherleigh v Crediton Yth, SAS Hunters v Bideford Blues, SAS Rgrs v South Molton.

U15: Bude Tn v Lynton & Lynmouth. Cup: Barnstaple Tn v SAS, Braunton v Bideford Blues, Northam Lions v Torridgeside, South Molton v Barnstaple Yth.

U16: Combe Martin v Woolsery, South Molton v Holsworthy Yth. Cup: Bideford Blues v Barnstaple Yth, North Molton v Braunton, Torridgeside v Bradworthy Yth.

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