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Premier leaders Villa on the clifftops at Beer

Newtown at the Valley

New Premier leaders Exwick Villa are at Beer Albion this saturday looking to maintain their position after knocking previous pacemakers Newtown from their perch. The Villa beat Newtown 4-0 and will be formidable opponents for the fishermen whose match against Exmouth Town last week was abandoned with the fishermen leading 2-0 and just five minutes remaining. Defeat was also Newtowns first in the League this season, and they will be hoping to recharge their title ambitions against Clyst Valley at the Recreation ground.
Cronies stepped up their intentions winning 4-1 at Feniton, and are back in East Devon again this week to face Seaton Town.
Colyton were shocked by a 5-2 defeat at home to Upottery, and are planning a better result at Topsham Town.
Upottery are at home to Heavitree United but minus the TV cameras.
Elsewhere Okehampton Argyle host Feniton, and Exmouth Town are at home to Witheridge.

Division One leaders Kentisbeare are at home to Sidmouth Town who were boosted by their magnificent 8-1 Devon Senior cup triumph at Watcombe in South Devon to reach the quarter finals.
Thorverton also reached the last eight and saturday will be joined by either Lapford or Crediton United who will hope their third attempt to sort matters out is finally resolved.

The Royal Oak defend their Division Two leadership at Halwill, while closest rivals Whipton & Pinhoe are at home to mid-table Axminster Town.
With the University not in action this side of Christmas, East Budleigh could regain top spot in Division Three if they win at Winchester, and hot on their heels are Sandford who have been scoring goals for fun as they host Beer Albion, and Ottery St Mary who have a huge match at home to Newton St Cyres.
Division Four leaders Alphington suffered a massive blow losing 2-1 to bottom of the table Pinhoe, and are hoping they have a better day against visitors Teignmouth.
Second place Elmore are at Millwey Rise while their Division Eight team give away three divisions to tackle Dunkeswell Rovers in the Devon Intermediate cup.
Division Five pacemakers Upottery are hoping to regain their winning ways at Central, and their nearest rivals Exmouth Spartans are at Bampton.
Division Six leaders Kentisbeare have the day off but will stay six points clear of Spreyton who are at Holsworthy hoping to book a place in the last eight of the Intermediate cup.
Broadclysr welcome Division Seven leaders Cowick Barton, while in Division Eight the Devon Yeoman could regain top spot if they beat Millwey Rise as current leaders Dawlish United have the day off.

Friday 14th December 2018