Upottery set for Dolphin test

PUBLISHED: 15:42 14 February 2013 | UPDATED: 15:42 14 February 2013

Upottery suffered yet another postponement when their derby game with Ottery St Mary was called off.

The villager’s inactivity was seized upon by Hemyock who won to climb above Upottery in the Division Three table.

This Saturday Dan Prettejohn’s side become the latest side to try and end the season long unbeaten league run of Dolphin.

When Upottery hosted the Exeter-based side in October they were edged out 5-3 in a thrilling contest.

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