Budleigh Salterton girls U14s into cup semi-finals

PUBLISHED: 13:04 29 November 2018 | UPDATED: 13:04 29 November 2018

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Budleigh Salterton girls Under-14s had, up to the end of October, only played two matches this season, sadly losing both, writes SpursTom.

However, November proved to a little more fruitful as they started the month with a 1-0 home win over Twyford Spartans thanks to a goal from Coco Goodbody-Stannard.

They followed that with a visit to Galmpton United from where they returned with nothing to show for their efforts, going down 4-0 to the South Devon side.

Their final match in November came with an away visit to one of their divisional rivals, Stoke Hill Juniors, for a League Cup encounter.

This turned out to be the young Robinnetes finest performance of the season, one in which they powered to an emphatic 12-0 win.

The scoring honours were taken by Amy Leadbetter, who netted six times! Beth Browring scored a hat-trick and the other goals came from Tilly Avery, Yasmin Levi and Lucy Spiller.

The win over the Exeter side means the young Robinettes have a cup semi-final to look forward to!

Budleigh Under-14s will again face Stoke Hill Juniors with the pair meeting in a league game at Greenway Lane (10.30am) this coming Sunday (December 2).


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