Exmouth Town all set for a busy Saturday with action on - and off - the Southern Road turf

PUBLISHED: 17:00 04 October 2018

Exmouth Town at home to Newquay. Ref exsp 37 18TI 0928. Picture: Terry Ife

Exmouth Town at home to Newquay. Ref exsp 37 18TI 0928. Picture: Terry Ife


Exmouth Town look to continue there current fine form which has seen them enjoy a perfect start to their home season when they entertain Ivybridge on Saturday (3pm).

Town have a 100 per cent record at Southern Road so far this term. Town have already met the Bridger’s once this season, they shared tow goals with them in a midweek meeting at Ivybridge – arguably this a game where two points got away from Kevin Hill’s men!

With the game kicking off at 3pm, the Southern Road gates will open at 1.30pm when the club bars and refreshment units will also be opening.

Admission is free for season ticket holders and Under-16s while adult admission is £5 or £4 for concessions.

It promises to be a busy Saturday at the club for they will also be showing the Manchester United versus Newcastle United match using the club’s recently installed BT Sport – that game kicks off at 5.30pm and the fun does not end there for the club will then be hosting live music in the company of Ian Boyd from 8pm and there’s no charge for entry to the live music.

There’s no game this weekend for the Town second team, but the third team are in action at their Archery Club pitch with a Macron League Division Eight game against Millwey Rise Reserves with kick-off in that one being 3pm.

There’s Saturday morning home action for Town Under-11s when they entertain Seaton Town. The Under-13s are without a game, but there’s a big cup match for the Town Under-18s on Sunday when they play Torquay United Youth in a Devon County Cup tie that kicks off at Southern Road at 2pm.

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