After Tuesday nights narrow defeat at Wimbourne Town, Exmouth Town have another away game this weekend when they visit Bath side Larkhall Athletic and will hope to improve on their recent record of just one victory in their last 6 outings.
In local football on Saturday after Tuesday nights narrow defeat at Wimbourne Town, Exmouth Town have another away game this weekend when they visit Bath side Larkhall Athletic and will hope to improve on their recent record of just one victory in their last 6 outings.
In the Peninsula League East there is a top of the table clash at Simmons Park when league leaders Okehampton Argyle take on second placed Crediton Utd while Sidmouth Town travel to take on third placed Ivybridge at Erme Park.
Honiton Town have home advantage with the visit of Holsworthy to the Memorial Ground and Teignmouth FC host Plymouth side Elburton Villa, but Cullompton Rangers are away to south devon side Dartmouth Utd.
In the Parsons Cup Axminster Town take on Cornish side St Blazey at Tigers Way.
In the A&S Devon League this Saturday Budleigh Salterton have home advantage when Exeter side Newtown visit Greenway Lane but league leaders Beer Albion travel to Stoke Gabriel, Topsham Town visit north devon side Appledore and struggling Ottery St Mary also go north to take on Fremington.
In the Devon and Exeter League Premier Divison Dawlish Utd visit Sidmouth Town Second Eleven and Colyton travel to take on Exeter University Reserves.
In Divison One Lympstone Utd make the trip to face Wellington Seconds while in Divison Two Exmouth Spartan's have home advantage over Central Firsts but Tipton St John are away to St Martin's at the Minster.
Otterton entertain Priory at Stantyway in Divison Seven with Ex Dons travel to west devon side South Zeal.
Finally in the East Devon Senior Eup East Budleigh visit Newton St Cyres but Upottery are at home when Bow AAC visit Glebe Park.