How did the youngsters get on?
Under 9s Exeter City v Cheltenham
City won five, drew one, and lost two out of the eight matches in total. Ryan Smith scored goal of the day, closely followed by Kye Stuart’s half-way line strike and Dre Butts flick after a Josh Leaman-Bissett cross. Everyone played exceptionally including Charlie Dack and Mackenzie Toms.
Under 10s Cheltenham Town v Exeter City
The Under 10s dominated possession throughout the game. They made plenty of chances with Dan Morris scoring to make it 1-0. Callum Brake dominated, Alfie Pond played up a year and impressed by playing in Jack Goddard who struck the bar.
Specific Heights Man of the Match: Callum Brake
Under 11s Exeter City 1-1 Cheltenham Town
In the fifth minute of the second period of a closely contested match, the ball was lost in front of the Exeter goal and Cheltenham hit a fine shot. City came back strongly before Pat O’Halloran set up Callum Watts for the equaliser in the four minute of the final period.
Man of the match: Jack Magarotto
Under 12s Exeter City 4-8 Cheltenham Town
Exeter played all the football in this match and scored four very good goals with their stylish pass and move football. They struggled, however, to deal with Cheltenham’s long ball game plan. City’s scorers were Lewis Wilson, who scored twice, James Doble and Archie Reay.
Co-operative Man of the Match: Lewis Wilson
Under 13s Exeter City 8-0 Cheltenham Town
Exeter were not at their best but managed to win this home clash with Cheltenham. Callum Whiteoak found the back of the net five times but three were ruled out for offside. Sam Clifton scored along with Toby Dunn, Connor Balment, Morgan Pearce and Alex Roberts.
Man of the match: Sam Clifton