Sidmouth junior action for Saturday, December 14

PUBLISHED: 10:58 19 December 2013 | UPDATED: 10:58 19 December 2013

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Sidmouth Town junior action for this Saturday (December 21)

Under-8s Warriors and Raiders: Away matches at Central, meet King George V playing fields by 10am, contact Chris Elsom on 07553 964807.

Under-9s Raiders: Training, meet Long Park by 9.30am, contact Chris Deanus on 07848 464706; Under 9s Warriors: Training, meet Long park by 9.30am, contact Mark Badcock on 07515 424844.

Under-10s Warriors: No match or training, contact Justin Ashby on 07917 853847; Under-10s Raiders: No match or training, contact Mark O’Connor on 07980636739. Under-11s Raiders: Home match, meet Newton Poppleford by 9.30am, contact Alan Hallett on 07947 008161; Under -11s Warriors: Home match, meet Newton Poppleford for a 10am kick off, contact Billy Emmett on 07969 801344.

Under-12s Raiders: Away match at Tedburn St Mary, meet football club by 9.15am, contact Wade Monaghan on 07807 328308; Under-12s Warriors: Away match at West Hill, meet football club by 9.15am or there by 9.45 am, contact Mike Stamp on 07966 765836.

Under-13s: Home match versus Feniton, meet Sidford by 9.45am, contact Alex Spalding on 07711 090828.

Under-14s Raiders: No match or training, contact Shane Burke on 07950 998875; Under-14s Warriors: No match or training, contact Simon Jones on 07966 866712. Under-15s: Away match at Thorverton, meet there by 10am, contact Jon Miller. Under-16s: Home match versus Heavitree, meet Sidford by 9.45am, contact Ian Peacock 07530 727383.

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