Axmouth United looking to bounce back at North Tawton

PUBLISHED: 14:14 04 September 2018 | UPDATED: 09:48 05 September 2018

The Axmouth United team that has started a new season of Macron Devon and Exeter League football. Back row, left to right: Glenn Gould, Jacob Clode, Jake Rostron, Kyle Driver, Reece Hales, Matt Yea, Mark Salter, Billy Richardson, Scott Dyer and Charlie Sweetland. Front row: Asa Sandman (Manager), Dan Jeeves, Charlie Clarke, Cody Northcott (Capt), James Sweeney and Jon Taylor. Picture CHRIS SALTER

The Axmouth United team that has started a new season of Macron Devon and Exeter League football. Back row, left to right: Glenn Gould, Jacob Clode, Jake Rostron, Kyle Driver, Reece Hales, Matt Yea, Mark Salter, Billy Richardson, Scott Dyer and Charlie Sweetland. Front row: Asa Sandman (Manager), Dan Jeeves, Charlie Clarke, Cody Northcott (Capt), James Sweeney and Jon Taylor. Picture CHRIS SALTER

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Axmouth United are in action this Saturday (September 8) when they travel to Mid Devon to play their third game of a new Macron Devon and Exeter League Division Three game of the new season.

They are away to North Tawton 3pm) and will be looking to bounce back after a 4-3 defeat at home to Tedburn St Mary at Axmouth last Saturday.

Axmouth were also in action last midweek when they drew 1-1 at home to Beer Albion Reserves.

This season United are managed by Asa Sandman and skippered by Cody Northcott.

The squad comprises of: Glenn Gould, Jacob Clode, Jake Rostron, Kyle Driver, Reece Hales, Matt Yea, Mark Salter, Billy Richardson, Scott Dyer, Charlie Sweetland, Asa Sandman (manager), Dan Jeeves, Charlie Clarke, Cody Northcott (captain), James Sweeney and Jon Taylor.

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