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SATURDAY FEBRUARY 17

Six Premier Division matches are again on offer this saturday in the hope there is no repeat of the bad weather which obliterated last weeks schedule. Leading the way are leaders Alphington who have Exeter University Res as their guests and the college will need to up their game as they have only scored twice on their four travels this season.
Joint leaders Kentisbeare host Clyst Valley but the pick of the day could be at Lapford where they hope to narrow the gap against fourth place Winkelgh to just a point.
At the other end of the table Elmore Res, still without a point, are at Simmons Park to tackle Okehampton Argyle Res who are second from bottom but with ten points in the bag.

A tricky match for Division One leaders St Martins who travel south to take on Teignmouth Res who would like nothing better than to wreck the Saints 100% away record.
The University 3rds could move into second place if they get the better of a Dawlish United side yet to manage as much as a draw.

All the top teams in Division Two are in action with leaders Central taking on Exmouth Spartans. The big clash could well be at Westexe Park Rangers at home to Farway United, both teams sitting on 25 points.

In Division Three Bravehearts without a home win yet, take on second place Witheridge who arrive with a 100% record on their travels. Leaders Budleigh Salterton Res are away at Halwill.

Bickleigh with an eight points lead in Division Four take on AFC Morchard Bishop hoping that neighbours Cullompton Res will get the better of second place Uplyme.

Exeter United are at Division Five leaders Starcross Dons, and avoiding defeat here for the hosts would be seismic. Second place St Martins Res welcome the University 7ths.

Railway FC could regain top spot in Division Six with victory at home to bottom of the table Axmouth United, as leaders Otterton have the day off.

Division Seven pacemakers Uplowman United welcome Tedburn St Mary Res whose best hope might be that all the points they have acquired so far have been awat from home.

Finally City Raiders 3rds end their Division Eight season at home to Alphington 3rds who cannot afford to be sympathic, but the Alphas will be curious to hear the result between leaders Heavitree United Res who defend their unbeaten home record against third place Lympstone Res who are unbeaten anywhere.

Friday 16th February 2024