Exmouth Town – this weekend’s action

PUBLISHED: 09:48 28 September 2018 | UPDATED: 11:19 28 September 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

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Exmouth Town teams have a busy weekend ahead of them.

Top billing goes to the high-flying first team who entertain Cornish outfit, Newquay-based Godolphin Atlantic at Southern Road (3ppm).

Town head into the game in great shape after their 1-0 Tuesday night win at Plymouth Argyle Reserves.

Town will without Jamie Diranne who is on a 3 match ban due to his sending off at Elmore last weekend when Town let slip a two goal lead, going down 4-2 to the Tiverton side, exiting the Walter C Parsons Funeral Directors Cup in the process. Town are expecting another bumper gate for the game against Godolphin and the gate and club bar will be open from 1.30pm.Admission is £5 for adults with concessions at £4 and Under-16s are admitted free of charge.

There’s also action on the final Saturday of September for the Town second team who travel into Exeter to meet Heavitree United in a Macron League top flight game (3pm) while the Town third team are also on the road and when they journey to Mid Devon to visit Sandford Reserves in a Macron League Division Eight game.

There’s Saturday morning action for Town youth teams with the Under-11s entertaining Lympstone in a local derby that has a 12.15am kick-off with the game taking place at the Archery Club pitches and the Under-13s are away at Colyton with that game kicking-off at 10.30am.

Town Under-18s have no game, this owing to them having four players being selected for Devon Under-18 action this weekend.

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