Lacemen all set for trip to Plymstock Albion Oaks

PUBLISHED: 16:23 07 March 2018

Honiton had their home Tribute Cornwall and Devon League game against Plymouth Argaum called off owing to the snow.

It has been re-arranged for the final Saturday in April and will be the last game of the league season for the Lacemen.

One game did survive in the division with Hayle’s home game against Plymstock Albion Oaks beating the weather and producing a 20-13 win for the away side. This Saturday (March 10), Honiton are set to travel to Plymstock Albion Oaks who were beaten 30-5 when the pair met at Honiton in November. Three of the next four Honiton league games are away for they are at Lanner (March 17) and Tavistock (April 7) and the one home game in that period is the February 24, Allhallows meeting with Saltash. After the visit to Tavistock, the Lacemen will have three games still to play.

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