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ALPHAS PLANNING TO STAY OUT FRONT, COLYTON LOOKING FOR AN UPSET

THE MAIN ACTION FOR SATURDAY APRIL 6

PLEASE NOTE THIS PREVIEW WRITTEN BEFORE POSTPONEMENTS NOW FLOWING IN.

PREVIEW FOR THIS WEEKENDS ACTION

Alphington regained top spot in Premier with a resounding 5-0 victory against Upottery on thusday evening, and plan to stay there when they welcome fourth place Colyton this saturday.
Second place Kentisbeare are away at Okehampton Res who have lately lifted their hopes they can avoid the drop.
The other big game is at Sidmouth Town Res where Winkleigh are the visitors.

Wellington Res could take over as Division One leaders if they come away from struggling Bow AAC with at least a point.

Division Two leaders Central will still be there whatever their result at Seaton Town but will be aware that the seasiders found their shooting boots last week.
Second place Clyst Valley Res are at home to bottom of the table Tipton St John.

Bottom of the table Hemyock will cause an upheaval if they manage to avoid defeat against Division Three leaders Witheridge which would delight second place Broadclyst who are away at Sidmouth Town 3rds.

Division Four leaders Bickleigh are at home to another bottom side in Cheriton Fitzpaine and Honiton Res could move into second place if they win their derby game at Dunkeswell Rovers.

Starcross Dons are at Tops United hoping to maintain their five points cushion as Division Five leaders. Second place St Martins Res travel around the city bypass to take on Whipton & Pinhoe.

Division Six leaders Railway FC welcome neighbours City Raiders, and in Division Seven current top dogs Uplowman United host third place North Tawton who may run them close.

Newly crowned Division Eight champions Alphington 3rds have the day off but second and third place are still up for grabs with Heavitree United Res hosting Farway United, and third place Lympstone Res on their tails away at Millwey Rise Res.

Overall lets hope the weather is kinder !!

Friday 5th April 2024