Baggs and side head into Barton meeting looking to extend unbeaten run.

PUBLISHED: 11:08 16 June 2010 | UPDATED: 11:35 18 June 2010

Exmouth head into match day eight of the Francis Clark Devon League looking to continue their wonderful unbeaten start to the campaign.

Exmouth head into match day eight of the Francis Clark Devon League looking to continue their wonderful unbeaten start to the campaign.

Things really could not be going any better for Richard Baggs and his men for they have won five of their first seven games and picked up draws in the other two to bank all but a dozen of the 140 points they have played for to date.

This weekend they entertain a Barton side who sit six places and a whopping 59 points behind them in the A Division table.

Barton have so far won just two of their games and they have been beaten three times. The two victories have both been on away grounds for they won by seven wickets at Tavistock and the following week won by four wickets at Torquay. Their other away game this season, their first , on May 9, saw them lose by 99 runs at Cornwood. Last weekend Barton were beaten by 89 runs at home to Heathcoat.


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