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