Lympstone Rangers u13’s travelled to Exeter Panthers and came away with all 3 points. Rangers dominated the first half with Noah O’Loughlin continuously terrorising the Panthers defence but found themselves a goal behind after a rare Panthers attack saw them leading at half time 1-0. Lympstone levelled 10 minutes into the second half when centre back Jack Draper latched onto a loose ball 30yds from goal to rifle his shot home. Lympstone continued to attack the Panthers back line and were awarded a deserved penalty after a push in the area, Rhys Bowden placed the ball into the bottom corner from the spot to make the score 2-1. Joel Evans capped off a fine all round team performance with a superb volley from 8 yds to seal the 3-1 victory.
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