Exmouth Town suffer washout at Elmore - new date set is for midweek meeting

11:24 22 January 2014

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Exmouth Town were left frustrated again last weekend when their scheduled match at Elmore was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch, writes John Dibsdall.

Town will now travel to Horsdon Park, Tiverton for a midweek game on Wednesday, April 23.

Town hope to be back in action at Southern Road this Saturday when they entertain Cornish side St Austell in a South West Peninsula League, Premier Division fixture.

Kick-off on Saturday is 3pm.

In the corresponding away fixture Town came from a goal down at half time to win 2-1 despite playing the second half with only ten men following the dismissal of Kai Fisher.

Ace High scored the equaliser and then gained a penalty which Dan Boere calmly converted to secure the three points.

Like Town’s last opponents, Newquay ‘the Lily-Whites’ have recently appointed a new management team and put eight goals past Liskeard in their last league outing. They also have a good away record with six wins on the road this season and are currently ninth in the table seven points behind Town.

The latest South West Peninsula League Premier Division table.

Witheridge 21 14 3 4 51 18 45

Bodmin 21 13 5 3 48 23 44

Launceston 23 14 2 7 62 42 44

Exmouth 20 13 4 3 46 20 43

Ivybridge 20 13 3 4 49 24 42

Torpoint 23 12 3 8 46 35 39

Saltash 19 12 2 5 54 20 38

Parkway 14 12 0 2 46 11 36

St Austell 21 11 3 7 56 35 36

Godolphin 20 10 5 5 31 24 35

Bovey 19 8 4 7 35 39 28

Elburton 22 8 4 10 30 50 28

Newquay 21 8 3 10 40 46 27

St Blazey 21 8 2 11 44 45 26

Camelford 22 8 2 12 27 47 26

Elmore 18 5 5 8 33 40 20

Falmouth 21 3 2 16 22 48 11

Tavistock 18 2 3 13 21 49 9

Cullompton 21 2 3 16 16 57 9

Liskeard 27 0 2 25 22 106 2


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