Exmouth Town Under-18s march on with unbeaten season after victory at Broadclyst

PUBLISHED: 10:29 26 October 2018 | UPDATED: 10:30 26 October 2018

Football, a generic picture. Picture TERRY IFE

Football, a generic picture. Picture TERRY IFE

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Exmouth Town Under-18s remain unbeaten this season after their latest Devon League outing that saw them defeat hosts Broadclyst 12-1.

Goals from Wilkes and Gresham saw Town into a 2-1 lead after a closely contested first half.

The second half saw a totally dominant Town boss proceedings from first whistle to last as they scored eight further goals.

Dan Cullen led the scoring, finding the back of the net four times. Tom Bray and Tom Prout scored twice each and there were also goals from Morgan Cullen and Harvey Roderick.

There was also weekend action for the Town thirds, who were the only one of the three senior sides at the club to get a game on the penultimate weekend of October. After falling behind in their home meeting with Sandford, a 30-yard strike from Harry David restored parity, but the visitors took all three points with a second-half goal.


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