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Monday, May 20 2013 @ 12:47 PM BST
Hemyock Youth Football Club currently compete in the Under 8, Under 11, Under 13 and Under 15 Sections of the Exeter & District Youth Football League. We play and train on the pitches at Longmead. We are always on the look out for new players.
The Under 8s currently play in Blue strip.
On a raw Saturday morning and after their heavy defeat at Okehampton last week Hemyock were not looking forward to the physical challange that always comes when they play a very big Feniton side. With just the bare 11 players Hemyock knew they would have to work hard and that is exactly what they did. From the 1st minute to the last minute all the boys challenged for every ball and did not give Feniton the time on the ball they were hoping for. In fact goalie Josh Allen did not have a serious save to make. The only goal came from a a great cross from the right which was finished with a good header. The boys heads did not drop and it took a couple of good saves from the Feniton keeper to keep it 1-0. A special word should go to referee Brian Reeby who ref the match very well under constant moaning from the Feniton players.
Hemyock Youth Football are looking for new players for the next season. We are hoping to have age groups for Under 15, Under 13, Under 11, Under 9 and a new team for Under 7's. Anyone interested should contact Mark Jordan on 01884 841030 or Nick Allen on 01823 680520. Training still carries on on Tuesday for Under 8 6-7pm, Under 10 7-8pm, Under 14 8-9pm. With the Under 12's training on Thursdays at 6-7pm, anyone invited.
Hemyock 4 Sidmouth Warriors 6
On a glorious Saturday these two teams gave everyone watching an exciting game. The first half was dominated by Sidmouth scoring three goals with no reply. They were helped by some very poor defending from the Hemyock boys who were finding it very hard to adapt to the full size pitch.
Hemyock Youth Football are starting an Under 8 team this season starting with training and friendlys. All boys and girls in years 3 and 2 are invited to the first training session on the 15th September at 6pm. The sessions will be held at Longmead on grass or on the MUGA so please bring boots and trainers. The training will be held by Mark Jordan who can be contacted on 01884 841030 if you have any questions.
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Rain in east clearing, then dry with warm sunny spells.
Dry and bright start in the west, but cloudier with some patchy rain across eastern parts, which will clear through the morning. Warm sunny spells developing across most places during the day, however temperatures will be suppressed along western coasts. Maximum temperature 20 °C.
Dry with clear spells at first, however it will become increasingly cloudy overnight with some patchy light rain developing, especially across northern parts. A rather mild night. Minimum temperature 9 °C.
Another cloudy start with some patchy rain in places, however it will become increasingly drier and brighter during the day. Feeling warm in the sunshine, but cooler towards western coasts. Maximum temperature 20 °C.
Updated: 0334 on Mon 20 May 2013
Forecast for Exmoor National Park for Monday
Largely dry and fine, with warm sunny spells and perhaps some patchy hill fog at times. Light northwesterly winds.
Updated: 0425 on Mon 20 May 2013
Forecast for Dartmoor National Park for Monday
Dry and rather cloudy at first, with patchy hill fog, but becoming brighter with warm sunny spells. Light northwesterly winds.
Updated: 0425 on Mon 20 May 2013
sourced from the Met Office
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