West Hill Wasps Under-13s hoping to return to action at home.

10:58 13 February 2014

West Hill Wasps Under-13s have, like many teams, been badly affected as the rains continue to wreak havoc with all forms of football.

The Wasps were last in action on December 14 when they were 6-2 home winners over Okehampton Argyle. Tomorrow the team are set to entertain Westexe Rangers.

In Under-13 Division Two Sidmouth Town have played four times since December 7, but they have all been away and the last time they played at home was back on November 30 when they entertained a Pinhoe Sharks team they beat 14-0!

In the Uneder-12 Division One West Hill Wasps have not played since a December 14, 3-1 home defeat to Okehampton Argyle. Tomorrow they travel to Twyford Spartans.

In the same section Sidmouth Warriors Under-12s continue to battle bravely on. They have lost each of the last six games without scoring a goal. The last time the Warriors found the back of the opposition net was back on October 19 in a 5-1 defeat at home to Brixington Blues who they play, weather permitting, in Exmouth tomorrow.

In the Under-12 Division Two Ottery St Mary last played on December 14 when they were 5-0 winners at Countess Wear Dynamos. They last played at home the week before that and tomorrow they are in Exeter at Heavitree Typhoons.

In Under-12 Division Three Sidmouth Raiders have seen more action than most recently,. They played on February 1, when they beat CS Lions 6-0 and they are currently unbeaten in four since a 6-4 reversal at home to Milwey Rise on December 7. Tomorrow they are at Moors Falcons.

In Under-11 Division One Sidmouth Warriors tomorrow entertain Exeter Panthers looking to continue a win of three games without defeat since their last reversal, a 4-1 home defeat to Copplestone on December 14.

In the same section West Hill Wasps travel to high-flying Copplestone looking to end a run of six straight defeats that dates back to a 4-3 win at Brixington Blues on October 12.

In Under-11 Division Two Sidmouth Raiders have played in three of the eleven matches that have been played in the section since December 14. Tomorrow they have the best chance of all the Sidmouth teams of playing as they are scheduled to play what is considered a weather-resistant pitch at Kentisbeare!

Ottery St Mary Under-11shave managed two games since the start of the year, but they have not played a home game since |September 21 and a 4-0 win over Twyford Gladiators. The last time the Otters won was back on October 12 with a 6-3 triumph at Crediton Youth and they entertain the Mid Devon side at Ottery tomorrow – weather permitting!

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