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Feniton are the new holders of the Devon FA Women's Supplementary Cup following a 3-0 win over Heavltree Social at Devon's Coach Road headquarters in Newton Abbot.
Feniton controlled the early play but were unable to fashion any goalscoring opportunities, but in the next 15 minutes Heavitree created five chances. Firstly Leah Burridge, Mollie Jones and Daisy Self combined well on the left fiank, which resulted in a dangerous cross by Self being headed away, from a crowded penalty area by a Feniton defender. Then on seven minutes Heavltree's Hannah Cox beat two players, but her shot curled around the far post.
On nine minutes Heavitree's Kelly Hall splayed a ball wide to Jones whose cross picked out Cox, but her shot went just wide. One minute later it was Cox again, this time she dribbled through the Feniton defence, but was denied from scoring in a one on one with the Feniton goalkeeper Sam Lacey, who saved at the second attempt. Heavitree's Burridge then had a shot go close.
The rest of the half It was mainly Feniton, and on 19 minutes they won three come in succession. This caused alarm In the Heavitree rearguard, and three minutes later Feniton took the lead, when a free kick by Allee Ladbroke found Nat Matthews who scored with a shot from close range.
Feniton's Nat Matthews, who was voted Player of the Match, had two further chances to score In the 28th and 30th minutes, firstly with a speculative shot and secondly with a 30-yard free kick, but both shots were off target.
After 33 minutes Feniton's Ladbroke directed her heeder the wrong side of e post from a Nat Matthews corner, and Emma Mingo when well placed hurried her shot and it went wide.
With half time approaching Heavltree's Self set up Jones, but her shot went across goal and was cleared.
In the 56th minute a 35-yard shot by Heavitree's Burridge struck the Feniton post with the ball rebounding into play, and seven minutes later Burridge was again unlucky when her Inswinging corner landed on the upper tier of the woodwork and went over.
Feniton then hit a purple patch, scoring two goals in two minutes to put the icing on the cake. On 74 minutes a shot by Nat Matthews could only be parried by the Heavitree goalkeeper Steph Papp and Stef Matthews followed up to score. Two minutes later Nicola Brown completed the scoring after receiving a slide rule pass from Nat Matthews.
Heavitree produced a couple of late chances but Burridge was just wide on each occasion, but In time added on Fenlton's Stef Matthew broke through only to shoot over the bar.
(Report by Jim Pearcy, Source: www.devonfa.com)
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