Exmouth Town's 'Bring a Kid' promotion which was blown away by Storm Dennis last weekend, will now be run this coming Saturday (February 22) when Town are in home Toolstation Western League Premier action against Wellington.
Exmouth Town Reserves will be hoping the weather does not get in the way of their visit to Alphington on Saturday (February 22) for, if the game in Exeter goes ahead it will be only the teams eighth outing in the last 28 weeks!
Budleigh Salterton, like all but two of the teams playing this season in the Scott Richards Solicitors Devon League North & East, were forced to sit out a matchday as Storm Dennis wiped out almost the entire Devon sporting programme.
Exmouth Town were forced to postpone their latest Toolstation Western League Premier Division game as Storm Dennis called widespread cancellations across the sporting divide on the third Saturday of February.
Liam Gallagher was the hero for Otterton when he scored with his first touch after coming on as substitute in their 3-2 win away at Alphington Thirds in the Devon and Exeter Football League Division Two.
Exmouth Town assistant manager Andy Rawlings spoke the morning after the night before - a night that had seen Town record their first win in four outings as they confidently despatched Cribbs in a Toolstation Western League Premier Division Southern Road fixture, beating the Bristol-based side 5-0.
Exmouth Town's season-long unbeaten home record was maintained - and in emphatic style as the Southern Road men stormed back to winning with a 5-0 Wednesday night win over Cribbs with leading scorer Jamie Harris scoring a hat-trick.
Exmouth Town Under-12s travelled to Exeter to play City Raiders in a double header and returned home with six points for their Exeter & District Youth League campiagn after a 4-2 victory followed by an emphatic 5-0 win.