Feniton Football Club have announced their two senior team Players of the Month for October.
Charley Selley takes the honours in the first team who enjoyed a superb month, one that ended with Fenny sitting top of the Joma Devon & Exeter League Premier East table with a perfect record this season of played seven and won seven.
The sponsors of the first team award are the Charcoal Grill, Feniton who are providing a £10 voucher to each Fenny first team Player of the Month award winner. The second team award is being sponsored by Pizza Time of Feniton (01404 550691) and the winner of the October award is goalkeeper Jack Tucker who has turned in some consistent performances between the posts for the team.
Speaking of the awards, Feniton manager James Hiscox says: “Charlie [Selley] has been fantastic so far this season and delivered for us exactly what we needed.
“His team mate’s voted for him to be playing of the month and that tells you how important he has been to us getting seven wins from seven outings so far this campaign.
“It’s taken Charlie a few games to get back into the swing of things, but over the last four games in particular, we have really seen the very best of him in that he has dominated the midfield area of the pitch on a consistent basis.”
Speaking about the second team award, the Fenny boss says: “Jack Tucker has been key to the early season league success that the second team has enjoyed. “Being a young goalkeeper, Jack is a very exciting prospect who has bundles of talent.
“Second team boss Mark Harris tells me that Jack has been so impressive from his first outing this season and he is certainly richly deserving of his award.”
Feniton Football Club has announced that they are set to launch a third team. It’s further evidence, if any were needed, that the Acland Park club are very set on their ambitious plans to move up the football pyramid.
Speaking after the announcement was made, Feniton boss James Hiscox said: “The addition of a third team is another massive step in the right direction for the club. “We are certainly ambitious and want to push all three sides up the pyramid.
“The youth set up at our club is the strongest it’s ever been and the advent of a third team strengthens the opportunities for the youth team players to aspire to.
“The master plan is to run all three teams as one and most certainly not as three separate teams. “The idea is to generate flexibility in the squads and I have no doubts that there will be some young lads that start next season in the third team, but will do so with every chance of proving their worth and so moving up through the second team and into the senior side.”