Offwell Rangers still without win, but they went close against Dunkeswell

PUBLISHED: 18:56 05 February 2018 | UPDATED: 18:56 05 February 2018

Offwell Rangers line up in their smart new kit kindly sponsored by Honiton High Street based CarterDawes IFA Solutions.

Offwell Rangers line up in their smart new kit kindly sponsored by Honiton High Street based CarterDawes IFA Solutions.

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Offwell Rangers went down 4-2 in their Macron Devon and Exeter League Division Five meeting with Dunkeswell.

The official handover of a new sponsored kit from Honiton High Street based CarterDawes IFA Solutions to Offwell Rangers. (Left to right)  Jason Harris (joint manager) Nigel Nidd (joint manger) and James Dawes (employee of Carterdawes and also a player at Offwell Rangers.The official handover of a new sponsored kit from Honiton High Street based CarterDawes IFA Solutions to Offwell Rangers. (Left to right) Jason Harris (joint manager) Nigel Nidd (joint manger) and James Dawes (employee of Carterdawes and also a player at Offwell Rangers.

Offwell, who have had a tough season so far, losing all 13 of their league matches prior to meeting the Dunks, looked to be on their way to netting a first win of the season. However, after leading for some time, they eventually fell to a narrow defeat.

The Rangers’ goals were scored by Jamie Beck and Jaime Hornby.

Despite their on-field woes, Offwell Rangers have managed to secure a superb new sponsored kit.

The sponsor is CarterDawes IFA Solutions, who have an office in the Honiton High Street.

Mike Dawes, the managing director of CarterDawes IFA Solutions, Honiton, says: “I am delighted to be able to support a local team. It is always nice to give to the local community.”

Offwell Rangers are next in action on Saturday (February 10) when they entertain Lyme Regis Reserves (3pm).


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