Davies delivers for Brixington Blues Under-12s at centre half

PUBLISHED: 15:48 08 October 2012

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Brixington Blues 1, Feniton 2

Feniton Under-12s continued their perfect start to the season with victory in a close contest at Exmouth.

Chris Badcott added one more to his growing tally to open the scoring in Feniton’s favour after a precise pass from Jago Abbot.

Tom Jeacock then provided the assist for Ben Titmus to make it 2-0 at half-time. James Bridge fired Blues back into the game after the break, but Feniton were good value for the win.

Defender Oscar Davies was the Blues Man of the Match for his performance in central defence whilst left midfielder Jago Abbot was the Feniton star player.

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