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Heavitree started well, dominating the early exchanges and creating plenty of chances. Sam Beer was causing the Feniton defence huge problems and bursting through, set up Josh Lowrie for a fantastic chance, which he could not convert. Minutes later though Josh made amends with a strong run and cool finish to open the scoring. At this stage Heavitree looked completely dominant with the defensive quartet of Fintan Meadows, Ross Southard, Matt Long and Bradley Moore comfortably dealing with anything that came through to them and Ibs Doumbia helping to stifle any attacks. When Josh Herbert scored the second, with an absolute thunderbolt from the edge of the area, it looked as if it was just going to be a question of how many. Indeed they had several chances to increase the lead but could not do so and went in at half-time 2-0 up.
Feniton came out after the break with renewed vigour and started to create chances themselves. Having got one back they quickly got two more to turn the game on its head and make Heavitree rue the chances they'd missed. Now Feniton looked the team most likely to extend their lead but Heavitree's captain, Matt Long, had other ideas, bursting forward and slotting home the equaliser. He then dropped back into defence alongside Ross Southard to steady the ship. With the defence looking more secure Heavitree started to threaten on the break. Jakob Tonkins made some great runs down the left but it was down the right that they made the breakthrough as Josh Lowrie linked up with Morph Harries whose perfect cross was deflected in by a Feniton defender. Back in the lead Heavitree put themselves safe when Sam Beer burst through and outpacing the defence shot well to make it 5-3. There was still time for Feniton to pull one back again but Heavitree had done enough for a gutsy win.
MOTM: Matt Long