Perry Street League results and fixtures

PUBLISHED: 12:07 17 November 2009 | UPDATED: 00:34 16 June 2010

Somerset Junior Cup, Round 2 Clevedon United Reserves 4 Misterton 4 aet (Misterton won 4-2 on penalties)

Somerset Junior Cup, Round 2

Clevedon United Reserves 4 Misterton 4 aet (Misterton won 4-2 on penalties)

Reg Eglon Cup, Round 2

Combe B 2 Farway United Reserves 3

Fixtures: Saturday November 21, all kick offs 2.30pm unless stated.

Dorset Intermediate Cup, Round 21.45pm: Charmouth v Ferndown Town; Dorset Knob v White Horse; Lyme Regis v Blandford Sports; The Balti House v Beaminster.

Somerset Junior Cup, Round 2, 2pm: Ashton Seniors v Crewkerne; Barrington v Farrington Gurney; Dowlish & Donyatt v Saltford; Merriott Rovers v Chew Magna; Perry Street v AFC Durbin; Porlock v Combe St Nicholas Reserves; South Petherton v Whitechurch.

Somerset Intermediate Cup, Round 22pm: AFC Nailsea v Combe St Nicholas A; Alcombe Rovers v Merriott Rovers Reserves; Forton Rangers v Stoke Sub Hamdon; Ilminster Town Colts v Locking Park; Oakhill v Crewkerne Town Reserves; Rising Sun v Chard United; Shepton Beauchamp v Pilton United; Staplegrove v South Petherton Reserves; Stogursey v Luso-Chard; West & Middle Chinnock v Civil Service.

Division One Cup, Semi-final, 2pm: Netherbury v Perry Street Reserves.

Daisy Hutchings Cup, Round 22pm: Chard Rangers v Crewkerne Rangers; Millwey Rise v Hawkchurch.

Division One: Pymore v Lyme Regis Reserves; Thorncombe v Farway United.

Division Two: Drimpton v Beaminster Reserves; Uplyme v Forton Rangers Reserves.

Division Three: Fivehead United v Millwey Rise Reserves; Misterton Reserves v Lyme Bantams; White Horse Reserves v Chard Rangers Reserves.

Division Four: Chard United Reserves v Ilminster Town A; Combe B v Thorncombe Reserves; Farway United Reserves v Barrington Reserves; Hinton St George Reserves v Waytown Hounds; Winsham United Reserves v Charmouth Reserves.


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