Colyton is proving the tournament to enter for West Exe Youth as this year saw the U9s and U10s triumph, taking the trophy home.
This years youngest West Exe team and tournament newbies U7’s , although no winners trophy was available, still managed to remain unbeaten all day, only coming unstuck when they faced each other!
West Exe U10s celebrating victory, pipping 15 other teams to the trophy. Played out of their skin all day only conceding 1 goal in total. Worrying time in the group stages when 2 players fell unwell, with no subs to fall back on, they threw back on the blue shirt and powered to victory.
West Exe U9s returning to the tournament as champions go unbeaten against 6 other teams, managing to win this tournament for a 2nd successive year winning 2-0 in the final.The U7s looking smart and gaining their first taste of tournament fun. Going unbeaten is no mean feat, the future is looking bright for Steve and his team.
To have 2 teams winning back to back tournament here and now the U7s looking strong too, we may not be allowed back in Colyton……..
Next up 🗓 15/12/18
vs Stoke Hill/Whipton
U9s 🏆 Cup
vs Culm Valley UTD
vs Millway Rise
U12s Wolves 🏆 Cup
🛡🛡 PLATE 🛡🛡
We are very pleased and proud to announce that one of our coaches, Steven Knight, was shortlisted for the Express and Echo Sports Awards “Coach of the Year” award.
This award recognises an individual who has demonstrated fantastic leadership within their chosen sport. This person has determination and drive that is infectious, They are someone who has worked tirelessly to achieve success.
Steve was coaching our Under 7’s which was in his first year of coaching, so it’s fantastic to achieve this nomination so early in his career. It just proves how successful the West Exe Youth Football Club pathway is for a child’s development, that parents and carers want to make a noise about it.
The Awards ceremony were held at St James Park, Exeter on Wednesday April 26th 2017, and was hosted by Mark Tyler, former ITV West Country Sports presenter, with Special Guest Speaker Sara Cox, the first female referee to join the RFU Professional Game Match Officials Team, and also officiated at the Rio Olympics 2016.
Thank you to all those who voted.