Devon & Exeter League fixtures

The Devon & Exeter League have announced that the first games of the season will be held on Saturday, September 19th with a 3 pm kick-off.

In the Premier East Division three games will start the season: Beer Albion v Feniton 1sts, Dawlish United 1sts v Sidmouth Town 2nds (to be played on Dawlish Leisure Centre main pitch, Upottery  1sts u Kentisbeare 1sts.

On Wednesday, September 23rd Chard Town Reserves will meet Seaton Town 1sts  at Zembard Lane.

Friday, September 25th will see Dawlish United 1sts at home to Whipton & Pinhoe 1sts.

On Saturday, September 26th Seaton Town will meet in a local derby at home to neighbours Coyton and Sidmouth Town 2nds are at home to local rivals Feniton 1sts.

Lyme Regis 1sts will get their first taste of league football on Saturday, October 3rd when they travel over the Devon border to meet Beer Albion 1sts.

Other matches on this day will be: Chard Town Reserves v Kentisbeare 1sts, Colyton 1sts v Sidmouth Town 2nds, Dawlish United 1sts v Seaton Town 1sts, Feniton 1st v Whipton & Pinhoe 1sts, Upottery 1sts v University of Exeter 2nds.

In Division One East Lyme Regis Reserves don’t start their season until Saturday, September 26th away to Exmouth Spartans.

The reformed Axminster Reserves will be playing in Division Two East where they are much fancied. They start on Saturday, August 19th away to Pinhoe 1sts, but the following Saturday (September 26th) they meet close neighbours Millwey Rise 1sts in a much awaited local derby.

Full fixtures can be viewed of the Devon & Exeter League website – defleague.co.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

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