Seaton continue to impress Stunell

PUBLISHED: 09:43 09 December 2010

Seaton Town 2nds (green) Vs Kentisbere (red). Picture by Alex Walton. Ref mhspwk48 7342-48-10AW

Seaton Town 2nds (green) Vs Kentisbere (red). Picture by Alex Walton. Ref mhspwk48 7342-48-10AW

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Perry Street & District League

Dec 11th - All kick offs 2pm except where stated

Devon Intermediate Cup, East Area quarter-finals: Farway United, East Budleigh; Woodbury, Millwey Rise

Dorset Junior Cup, Quarter-finals-1.45pm: Netherbury, South Coast Demolition

Somerset Intermediate Cup, Round 3: Combe A, Weston St Johns; Stogursey, Forton Rangers; Winsham United, Glastonbury Town

Coronation Cup, Semi-final: Perry Street Res, Ilminster Town Res

Arthur Gage Cup, Round 1: Charmouth, Perry Street Res

Reg Eglon Cup, Round 2: Barrington Res, Ilminster Town A; Chard United Res, Hinton St George Res; Waytown Hounds, Combe B; West & Middle Chinnock Res, Thorncombe Res

Premier Division: Merriott Rovers, Combe St Nicholas Res; Misterton, Barrington

Division One: Lyme Regis Res, Crewkerne; Thorncombe, Ilminster Town Colts

Division Two: Beaminster Res, Forton Rangers Res; Chard Rangers, Pymore;

Hawkchurch, Shepton Beauchamp; Hinton St George, Uplyme; South Petherton Res, Dowlish & Donyatt

Division Three: Crewkerne Res, Luso-Chard; Drimpton, Farway United Res; Lyme Bantams, Chard United; Millwey Rise Res, Winsham United Res.

Results Dec 4th:

Division Two: Dowlish & Donyatt 0, Beaminster Res 0

Jack Venn Cup, Round 1: Hinton St George 2, Uplyme 3

Somerset Intermediate Cup, Round 3: Staplegrove 3, Barrington Res 1

All other matches postponed


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