Exmouth United U14s march on in title race after 15th win in 16 outings

Action from the Exmouth United U14 win over Central. Picture EUFC

Action from the Exmouth United U14 win over Central. Picture EUFC - Credit: Archant

Exmouth United Under-14s made it 15 wins from 16 matches this season as they defeated hosts Central City 6-2 in an Exeter and District Youth League Division Two meeting.

In what was an even-steven start to the game it was United who opened the scoring, with Jay Leballeur tucking away a spot kick awarded after he had been felled in the area.

Minutes later, Leballeur scored a second, with the assist a superb through-ball from Cayleb Field.

Central hit back, scoring from a penalty themselves and they then twice hit the frame of the goal before the impressive Leballeur completed a first half hat-trick to see United into the break with a 3-1 lead. In the second half United wingers Patryk Plachecki and Daniel Alford became key influences on proceedings. Plachecki was involved in developing a number of attacks on the right wing, demonstrating some great skill and superb crossing. On the left side, defender-

turned-winger Alford was positive throughout the half and his desire was rewarded when he twice latched on to the ball in the area to score for United. The other second-half United goal was a fourth for Leballeur, while Central also netted a second.

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With four matches to play, United stay top of the table and in a commanding positon with regard to the race for the top honour.

Exmouth United: Lewis Fulls, Harry Kifli-Reynolds, Harry Bassett, Harry Bowley, Daniel Alford, Seb Harrison, Bryn Stephens, Finn Glanfield, Tom Price, Cayleb Field, Dylan Mogford, Lewis Evans, Patryk Plachecki, Jay Leballeur.

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