Exmouth United FC are looking to strengthen their current Under-13 and Under-14 teams ready for next season.
Exmouth Town 6, Cullompton Rangers 0
Exmouth Town extended their unbeaten run to one of a dozen outings with a comprehensive defeat of the Mid Devon visitors on Good Friday morning, writes John Dibsdall.
After Saturdays home tie with Cheltenham Town a big talking point was, was this two points dropped or a point gained, writes Gareth Hughes.
St Blazey 0, Exmouth Town 1
Town secured a hard earned victory at St. Blazey last Saturday and travelled back from Cornwall in the knowledge that they were three points clear at the top of the South West Peninsula League Premier Division, writes John Dibsdall.
Fifteen games into the Exmouth SoccerSixes campaign and the destination of the top honour is still unclear.