Colaton Raleigh to lock horns once more with Halwill
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Colaton Raleigh host Halwill on Saturday.
It’s the second time this season that Raleigh have met the North Devon side after they lost the away Division One game 6-3 on December 8.
The pair must also meet again at Halwill on Easter Monday when they contest a Bill Slee Cup tie.
Colaton Raleigh are unbeaten at home since October 20, but the other side of that statistic is that they have only played one home league game since November 11th this soggy season!
After Saturday’s home action Rikki Pitter’s side face no fewer than nine successive away games, with that Bill Slee Cup tie at Halwill together with eight away league games!
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Local football supporters looking for goals this weekend could do worse than take in the Colaton Raleigh game. In their last four matches there have been a whooping 27 goals scored as Raleigh have won two and lost two!
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