Exmouth Town Reserves made it a cause for double delight on Saturday night at the Southern Road clubhouse after they matched the senior team’s result, winning their opening league game.

Fielding an unchanged side for the first time this season Exmouth Town went out with the confidence gained by their second half display against Saltash United to gain a fully deserved 3-0 victory over St Austell, writes John Dibsdall.

Exmouth Town manager Pete Buckingham was left feeling very pleased with his team after they bagged a 3-0 Southern Road success over St Austell to get their South West Peninsula League (SWPL) Premier Division campaign up and running.

Exmouth Town face Cornish opposition for the third time in seven days at Southern Road tomorrow (Saturday) with St Austell the latest side to meet Peter Buckingham’s evolving new Town side.

There is a local derby in the opening round of the Devon Senior Cup with Woodbury drawn out of the hat immediately before East Budleigh.

Exmouth Town manager Peter Buckingham was delighted with how his team performed in the second half of the 4-2 midweek defeat to Saltash United under the Southern Road floodlights.

Exmouth Town went down 4-2 at home to Saltash United in a midweek meeting under the Southern Road floodlights, writes John Dibsdall.

Budleigh Salterton made the worst possible start to life under new boss Kevin Hill in terms of their South West Peninsula League Eastern Division campaign when they fell two goals down to visiting Newton Abbot Spurs within 10 minutes of kick-off on the opening day of the new league campaign.

Exmouth Town manager Peter Buckingham says his team, re-building is going to take time and he asks the Southern Road faithful to be patient with him.

Exmouth Town boss Peter Buckingham has spoken out what he considers to be real problem for the game of football – even at the level Town play at – money!

Local footballers are going to have to watch their language this coming season.

Exmouth Town lost 2-0 in their opening South West Peninsula League game, beaten by newly promoted Sticker who have arrived in the top flight after winning the Western Division last season, writes John Dibsdall.

The opening day of a new South West Peninsula League season was not a glorious one for our local teams.

Exmouth Town went out of the FA Cup at the first hurdle when edged out by Shaftesbury in a midweek replay at Southern Road, writes John Dibsdall.

Exmouth Town boss Peter Buckingham lamented injuries woes as a key factor in his side’s extra-time defeat to Shaftesbury in Wednesday night’s FA Cup replay at Southern Road.

Exmouth Town crashed out of the F.A Cup against Shaftesbury last night, beaten 2-1 after extra-time by Wessex League Premier Division Shaftesbury.

Brixington Blues girls Under-15s are looking forward to the new season.

Exmouth Town will host an FA Cup extra preliminary round tie at their Southern Road home on Wednesday (August 9).

It’s back – competitive football and, for the Southern Road men, it means an FA Cup tie in Dorset.

Exmouth Town head for Dorset to play an FA Cup at Wessex Premier League side Shaftesbury FC on Saturday (August 5).

Exmouth Town manager Peter Buckingham declared himself highly satisfied with his teams 3-1 win over Alphington in their final warm-up game before Saturday’s big FA Cup tie at Shaftesbury FC.

Exmouth Town won their final warm-up game under the Southern Road floodlights when they defeated Alphington 3-1.

Exmouth Town boss Peter Buckingham is delighted that Ben Steer has now committed to the Southern Road club.

The Macron Devon and Exeter League are set to use sin-bins for the first time this coming season.

Exmouth Amateurs have withdrawn from the Macron League, writes Steve Birley.

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