Seaton Town march on thanks to Vere at the double

PUBLISHED: 12:27 15 November 2011

Seaton Town banked three more points with a 4-1 home success over East Budleigh.

The Fresha League newboys this term scored first but Town were soon level and then never looked back although boss Josh Stunell did concede that the Jays ought to have had a penalty.

He said: “They were hard done by not to have been given what looked a nailed on spot kick but that’s football for you. We were not at our best, but for the second week running we seem to have done just enough to win the game. Had we had our shooting boots on we may have had a lot more goals but I have to be happy with the fact that, even playing a gear or two below our best, we are still able to keep wining games.”

There’s no match this weekend for Town as Stunell will be in the dugout at Finchley and Wingate FC overseeing the Fresha League XI’s bid to make further progress in the National Leagues KO Cup.

Several members of the Town side will be on duty in London for the game.

Town, who continue to hold a three point lead at the top of the Premier Division table, are back in Fresha League action on Saturday, November 26, when they entertain Barnstaple Town.

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