Tops set for Newtown test

PUBLISHED: 09:01 26 November 2009 | UPDATED: 12:23 10 June 2010

TOPSHAM Town are at home this Saturday when they entertain Newtown in their latest Devon and Exeter League Premier Division outing.

TOPSHAM Town are at home this Saturday when they entertain Newtown in their latest Devon and Exeter League Premier Division outing.

It will be the ambitious Tops' tenth game of the campaign and they go into it sitting 4th, three points behind new leaders Heavitree Social United who have played a game more.

The Tops have won three of their four home games to date, losing just the one to Clyst Valley, and they have twice put seven on visitors to Coronation Fields. Visitors Newton arrive sitting two places and one point behind in the table. They have had mixed fortunes on the road so far with a draw at Feniton, defeat at Willand and a win at University of Exeter.

Elsewhere amongst the Coronation Fields clubs teams both the Reserves and 3rd teams have derby games to negotiate.

The Reserves have a Division Three game at Endurance Park against the Royal Marines whist the young 3rd team make the short trip to Otterton Reserves.


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