Offwell Rangers well beaten by table topping Crediton United

PUBLISHED: 07:52 27 February 2013 | UPDATED: 07:52 27 February 2013

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Crediton United 5, Offwell Rangers 0

Rangers became the latest Division Three side to suffer defeat at the hands of table topping unbeaten Crediton United.

It’s just two wins in twelve for Rangers since an early October 5-4 success at home to North Tawton.

They face a tough ask this coming Saturday when they entertain second in the table Dolphin.

The following week they will attempt to secure a first away success of the season when they make the short trip to Ottery St Mary.

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