Budleigh Reserves face battle to avoid Fresha League top flight drop

PUBLISHED: 15:48 26 March 2013 | UPDATED: 15:48 26 March 2013

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Budleigh Salterton Reserves face a real struggle to avoid slipping out of the Fresha League Premier Division.

The Robins second string are not in action over the Easter weekend.

They are next in league action on Saturday, April 6 with a Greenway Lane engagement with Topsham Town.

It looks a tough ask for Budleigh to avoid even a bottom two finish this term for they have played more games than all the other teams battling to avoid the drop.

They do still have a possible 18 points to bank, but with their present tally of 11 points it suggests they need another 17 to reach what could be considered the safety mark of 28 points.

To get there the Robins would have to win all six of their remaining games!

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