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By pewsey, Jun 15 2015 09:25AM

The Pewsey Vale Youth FC annual Presentation Evening on Saturday night was a great success with all our teams gathering together to celebrate another fantastic season of football.


Thanks to all the players, parents and coaches and sponsors for making this possible and in particular thanks to all of those who gave up their time to help with setting up, running the bar, and clearing up afterwards. It is greatly appreciated and a great night was had by all.


Click here for a gallery of photos from the evening.

By pewsey, May 31 2015 07:17PM

Today it was the Pewsey Vale Youth FC U10's turn to dominate at the Devizes 6-a-Side Tournament and Festival of Football. Two teams were fielded, and on this occasion it was the blue team who delivered the results that counted winning their Cup Competition after a thrilling down to the wire final against Bishops Cannings Fireblades which was won in penalties after extra time. Congratulations to all the players in both teams and coaches Lee and Kev for their tremendous performances on the day. A special mention for Charlie who won the Player of the Tournament award. Looking forward to another great day of football at the Wootton Bassett tournament next Sunday.

By pewsey, May 30 2015 09:45PM

A tremendous morning for our U8s team at the Devizes 6-A-Side Tournament and Festival of Football today when they won their group against some extremely stiff competition. Results as follows: First game won 4-1 v Trowbridge Wanderers (R. Kimber 2, J. Smith, C. Lowe). Second game drew 1-1 v. Devizes Town Red (W. Reynolds). Third game won 2-1 v Trowbridge Rangers (J. Smith 2). Final game won 2-0 v Worton & Cheverell (C.Lowe, J. Smith). Congratulations to all the team and coaches for this fantastic result and thanks to all our supporters and sponsors. Full report and more photos to follow.

By pewsey, May 18 2015 01:15PM

Pewsey Vale Youth FCs annual Footballathon football festival on Saturday was a tremendous success with the whole club joining together at the Pewsey Vale FC Seniors' ground to celebrate as another successful season draws towards it's inevitable close. Click link below for more photos.


It was great to see all the different age groups play from Under 8 through to U16 and the morning was rounded off with a particularly competitive game between the Coaches v Parents.





Matt England our Chairman took the opportunity to gather the players together for a club photo before thanking the players, parents, supporters and sponsors for their part in making such a successful day. He went on to announce the winner of the FA Cup Final tickets draw and the Prizewinner for the raffle to guess the total number of goals scored on the day.



Click here for a gallery of photos from the day.



The next big event in the club diary is our Presentation Night on Saturday 13 June. Times and location to follow.


By pewsey, May 11 2015 08:13AM

After the euphoria of the U9s Cup Final victory on Saturday it was very much back to business as usual at the Vale on Sunday morning where the U10s hosted Bishops Cannings Youth FC Fireblades for an end of season friendly.


In preparation for next season the game was played as 9v9, on the larger pitch and with the addition of the offside rule.


Two very well balanced teams provided a splendid morning’s entertainment to the delight of an especially well humoured crowd.


Team photo and full report below. Thanks to all the players, coaches, referees and supporters.


Next weekend all the Pewsey Youth teams are looking forward to joining together for the annual Footballathon football festival. Everybody is welcome to join and there will be a barbecue and bar.


Footballathon - Saturday 16th May. Matches from 10.30am at the senior ground in the village.



Manager’s Report by Lee


True to form form Pewsey started slowly, didn't press, didn't push up and were punished with an early goal from the Fireblades. The boys then realised they must step up and start to impose themselves on the game. The back three pushed up, the midfield pressed and the front man closed down the space. They started to pin the Fireblades back onto their penalty area.


After a good passing move Ben was released on the edge of the area to slot home across the goal keeper, 1-1. Emphatic finish at an important time of the game.


The match continued with both teams trying to force the pace and score the next goal. Pewsey kept a higher line and their shape looked impressive. The wingers tucked in when defending and they were compact.


Bishop Cannings got a free kick on the edge of the area, the player struck a beauty of a shot, however, Harvey leapt like a coiled spring to palm the ball over the bar. A fantastic save!


Half time 1-1.


In the second half we started slow, sat back and didn't pick up our players. No one took responsibility. Bishop Cannings pressed and eventually scored past the determined Pewsey keeper (Harvey). Almost immediately Bishop Cannings went 3-1 up due to poor defending and marking again. Pewsey had a lapse of concentration.


Changes were made and straight away we pressed up the pitch and started to get the ball down and pass. The pressure started to show and we forced Bishop Cannings back to the edge of their box again. Chances came, Charlie had a volley which went wide and Oliver went close with a header after a great cross. Eventually the goal came after Charlie forced his way past a couple of defenders before striking the ball into the far corner. 3-2.


The boys started to get the ball forward quicker and it was paying off. Pewsey looked full of energy and they try to force an equaliser. Ben got on the end of a peach of a through ball to calmly slot home!! 3-3.


Only a few minutes remained and Pewsey continued to press high. Bishop Cannings were battling and came close but after some great last ditch defending by Oscar Oldman and Luke and Harvey being secure in goal we held our line.


The final goal came in the last 2 minutes. Charlie was released in the final third, powered past two players before hitting a thunderbolt into the roof of the net.


Full time 4-3.