The Under 16s will be looking to bounce back from their 3-2 cup defeat to Sidmouth when they host local rivals Hamlin Youth this Saturday. The previous two encounters have seen 13 goals scored. Panthers edged the home fixture 3-2, with the away game ending in a 4-4 draw.
The Under 15s travel to Brixington Blues, hoping to continue their unbeaten start to the season. When these teams met last season it ended with both sides picking up a win each. The Panthers won the home fixture 3-2, but in the away fixture they lost 9-1 - their worst defeat of the campaign.
The Under 14s host newly-promoted Culm Sandford. Both teams won their opening game of the season. The two teams haven’t met before in a competitive fixture but manager Chris Wright is hopeful that his current Division One champions are too much for the newly promoted side.
The Under 12s host Newton St Cyres, the first time these two have met in a competitive fixture. Panthers look to continue their unbeaten start having won two and drawn one of their opening three games. Newton St Cyres are yet to register a point having lost their opening two fixtures, conceding 15 goals. Ryan Taylor and Cody Taylor face their old teammates having transferred to Panthers in the preseason.
The Under-7s will be looking to carry on their footballing development off the back of the successful six-team tournament held at Betty’s Mead on Sunday. They plan to play a friendly game on Saturday at around 1pm, with opponents still to be confirmed.