Tigers win again, Town march on - Saturday sport round-up

PUBLISHED: 19:13 21 February 2015 | UPDATED: 19:13 21 February 2015

Axminster Town versus Galmpton action

Axminster Town versus Galmpton action

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Axminster Town claimed a second successive South West Peninsula League Eastern Division victory with a 5-4 home win over Liverton United.

In the Fresha League Beer Albion were 4-1 winners on their visit to Bow AAC for a Fresha League Premier Division game whilst Feniton won the East Devon derby 3-01 at Acland Park.

Honiton continued their merry march towards Fresha League Premier Division football with an emphatic 5-0 win at Westexe Rovers. That result keeps the Hippos top of the table.

In the Devon Senior Cup there was heartache for Exmouth Amateurs, beaten 4-3 at Lapford and in a Fresha league One game East Budleigh slipped closer to the drop zone with a 2-1 defeat at Clyst Valley.

Upottery bounced back from their cup exit seven days before at Landkey Town to maintain their superb Fresha League Two challenge with a 6-3 win at Topsham Town. That was an eighth win in nine league games at Glebe Park this season.

Sidmouth Town Reserves lost 4-1 at Manstone Lane to University 4ths.

Newton Poppleford won for only the second time in two tears when they defeated Culm United 5-4 in a Fresha league Two meeting.

Woodbury were 4-0 Fresha League Division Three winners in a game against Pinhoe.

Ottery St Mary were beaten for the very first time in a Fresha League Six game this season. After 18 matches without defeat the Otters lost 2-0 at Newton St Cyres.


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