Sidmouth Under-8 Raiders and Warriors deliver the goods in games against Central teams

PUBLISHED: 11:49 02 January 2014 | UPDATED: 11:49 02 January 2014

Sidmouth Town Raiders Under-8s; Back row. David Isherwood , Michal Bielawski, David Clapp, Liam Dalton, Scott Monro-Higgs, William Pulman , Matt Portman (Thomas Westcott partner) Keith Pulman (coach)
Front row George Reynolds , Herbie Isherwood, Toby Brewster.
Raiders would like to thank Thomas Westcott Accountants for kindly sponsoring their new kit . As a new team this season this support is very much appreciated.

Sidmouth Town Raiders Under-8s; Back row. David Isherwood , Michal Bielawski, David Clapp, Liam Dalton, Scott Monro-Higgs, William Pulman , Matt Portman (Thomas Westcott partner) Keith Pulman (coach) Front row George Reynolds , Herbie Isherwood, Toby Brewster. Raiders would like to thank Thomas Westcott Accountants for kindly sponsoring their new kit . As a new team this season this support is very much appreciated.

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Sidmouth Under-8s Raiders and Warriors travelled to Exeter to play Exeter Central teams on a very wet Saturday morning.

Both teams were missing players owing to sickness and Christmas commitments.

The Warriors fielded just seven players and took on Dynamos first, with Dev Nair the stand-out player running tirelessly and making the opposition work hard.

In their second game against Crusaders Callum French pulled off a string of fine saves and was deserving of his Man of the Match award.

The Raiders played Crusaders first and on a much larger pitch than they are used to playing on, passed the ball around excellently…

They looked as if they were beginning to gel well together with Michal Bielawski the stand-out performer.

Next up the Raiders played the Dynamos in an open end-to-end game with plenty of chances. William Pulman with a brace of well taken goals was their stand-out player and he landed the Man of the Match award.


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