Axminster Town to run coach to big cup tie at Launceston
The on-going issues at Axminster Town mean the Tigers have been forced to once again play ‘home matches’ at the Acland Park home of Feniton FC.
The club have arranged with the Fresha League top flight Blues to use their facilities for their home games in the month.
The only problem is one of logistics for the Town faithful who are forced to make the 30-mile round trip to Acland Park to see the local side in action!
Fortunately the fixture computer ahs the Tigers just once at ‘home’ this month with that being the November 29, meeting with Brixham.
Before that Town travel to Newton Abbot Spurs this coming Saturday and the week after they continue their bid for glory in the Walter C Parsons League Cup.
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Having stunned Premier Division Witheridge on their own ground in the last round the Tigers head for more top flight opposition on Saturday, November 22, when they visit Launceston.
A coach is running to the game and supporters are more than welcome to book a seat to travel with the team.
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Seats are priced at £10 each and to book please contact Keith Somers on 07791 651658.
The spaces will be allocated on a first come first served basis. The coach will leave Axminster at 11.15am. Pick points on route can be arranged.
Supporters are reminded that the coach fee does not include entry into the ground at Launceston.