On the eve of the fixture away at University fourths, Graham Tapp informed me that he was no longer the manager of Budleigh Salterton Reserves, but would take charge of this one last match, being played at Duckes Meadow, writes SpursTom.
Exmouth Town secured another precious point last Saturday to maintain their quest for the South West Peninsula Premier Division title with a 0-0 draw against one of their closest challengers Falmouth Town, writes John Dibsdall.
Despite having to play on a very heavy pitch at Winslade Park last Saturday, East Budleigh produced some of their best football this season in Macron League Three and the final score of 4-2 to the Jays somewhat flattered the home side, writes Mark Auton.
Following exits in their cup competitions, all that remains to be played for this season by the Budleigh Salterton ladies is their Westward Developments Devon Women’s League Division One campaign, writes SpursTom.
Exmouth Town have another tough but mouth-watering task, this Saturday (December 1), when Falmouth Town are the visitors to Southern Road in a South West Peninsula Premier Division match, writes John Dibsdall.
With Exmouth Town’s first team game at Bodmin Town falling foul of heavy rain in Cornwall, the spotlight fell on the Town Reserves and their Macron League Premier Division home meeting with Topsham Town.
Budleigh Salterton Under-16s were denied the chance of bagging a hat-trick of November wins when their Exeter and District Youth League meeting with Alphington was called off owing to a waterlogged surface at Greenway Lane, writes SpursTom.
Budleigh Salterton were beaten 5-1 on their visit to St Martins for their latest South West Peninsula League Eastern Division outing, but the final score really does not reflect the 90 minutes of action, writes Alan Beer.