Seaton Town suffer another defeat

13:04 29 January 2013

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Seaton Town 2, University 4

Town saw their run without a victory extended to five games as they were beaten at home by the students.

The Colyford Road side last won on November 10 when they defeated Beer 3-1.

They are without an away victory since a 1-0 success at Willand Rovers on October 27 when they secured their one and only clean sheet so far this term.

Town have now lost six of their Fresha league top flight games and sit seventh in the table.

This Saturday they entertain Clyst Valley who will arrive at Colyford Road sitting second bottom having won just two games all season.

Town are in action tonight (Wednesday) when they contest an East Devon Senior Cup last eight tie with Feniton.

The match takes place under the Washbrook Meadow, Ottery, floodlights with a 7pm kick-off.

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