Feniton suffer another raind-off Fresha League match

PUBLISHED: 11:20 22 January 2014 | UPDATED: 11:20 22 January 2014

Feniton were denied action by a waterlogged surface in Exeter that left their match at Heavitree United needing to be found a new date.

Whilst the Blues do not yet have too congested a run-in as they seek to retain the Fresha League Premier Division table, they are already facing five games in just eleven late April days!

On April 19 they go to Newtown before two days later they visit Topsham.

On April 16 they host Beer, two days later they entertain Heavitree United and on April 30 they are at home to University.

The Blues still have three to play to reach the halfway stage of their league campaign.

Their situation is not as grim as the one facing Tiverton Town Reserves for the Mid Devon side have so far played just eight top flight games and that means they have twenty to still to play!

The crucial fixtures for the Blues look like being the meetings with Newtown, St Martins and Tiverton Town Reserves and they meet Newtown and St Martins back-to-back in the first week of April. On Saturday the Blues are without a game!

They return to action the week after (February 1) when they entertain title rivals St Martins.

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