Sidmouth Town bank their third point of season in splendid effort against Students

PUBLISHED: 20:10 15 December 2012

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Sidmouth Town boss Paddy Thomas had been saying in recent weeks that his team were edging closer to a positive result.

Sure enough the Vikings did him proud with a superb all-round show that saw them bank their third point of the season with a 1-1 Manstone Road draw against a University side who had been beaten just three times this term to date, and were mighty lucky not have lost a fourth!

The point edges them closer to second bottom Crediton United who were beaten 5-0 at a Plymstock side who had begun the day in the relegation berths!

The full results for December 15 were; Alphington 1, Axminster Town 0; Budleigh 1, Appledore 5; Exeter Civil Service 1, Galmpton 2; Newton Abbot Spurs 2, Exmouth Town 3; Plymstock 5, Crediton United 0; Sidmouth Town 1, University 1. The Stoke Gabriel versus Okehampton match was called off.

Make sure of your copy of the Sidmouth Herald - out next on Friday, December 21 for the match report and post match reaction.

The table following the December 15 matches reads;

P W D L F A Pts

Axminster 14 8 3 3 32 21 27

Budleigh 16 8 3 5 34 33 27

Exmouth 10 8 2 0 25 10 26

StokeG 11 8 1 2 44 20 25

NewtonSpurs 13 8 1 4 34 24 25

ExeterCS 15 7 3 5 31 32 24

University 13 5 5 3 27 30 20

Teignmouth 14 6 1 7 33 33 19

Galmpton 12 6 0 6 18 24 18

Okehampton 11 5 2 4 25 23 17

Tots&Darts 11 4 1 6 32 29 13

Appledore 11 4 1 6 23 22 13

Alphington 12 4 1 7 16 24 13

Plymstock 14 3 2 9 21 29 11

Crediton 12 3 1 8 14 33 10

Sidmouth 15 0 3 12 12 34 3


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