Sidmouth Town looking to extend unbeaten run with Okehampton visit

PUBLISHED: 11:26 11 April 2013 | UPDATED: 11:26 11 April 2013

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Sidmouth Town entertain Okehampton Argyle on Saturday.

The Manstone Road contest kicks off at 3pm.

When the pair met in Mid Devon on the opening day of the season Okehampton were 4-1 winners.

The Vikings go into the game on a run of three games without defeat, that’s the longest sequence this season they have enjoyed without defeat.

Okehampton have had mixed fortunes on their travels in the league this season winning at Alphington, Crediton United, Exeter University, Galmpton and Plymstock, whilst they have lost at Budleigh, Exeter Civil Service, Exmouth Town, Stoke Gabriel, Teignmouth Town and Totnes & Dartington.

The Oke’s have yet to draw an away game - if they finish all aquare for the first time this term on Saturay then that Vkings unbeaten run will have benen stretched further!

The latest South West Peninsula League, Eastern Division table is:

P W D L F A Pts

Exmouth Town 23 18 4 1 68 20 58

Budleigh Salterton 25 15 3 7 58 48 48

Stoke Gabriel 22 14 4 4 76 38 46

Appledore 24 14 4 6 58 35 46

Newton Abbot Spurs 23 13 5 5 64 42 44

Teignmouth 27 13 3 11 69 60 42

Galmpton United 24 12 1 11 50 57 37

Okehampton Argyle 23 10 4 9 51 48 34

Exeter Civil Service 22 8 7 7 44 43 31

Axminster Town 22 8 5 9 40 45 29

Totnes & Dartington 23 8 4 11 55 54 28

Exeter University 20 6 7 7 36 46 25

Alphington 21 6 3 12 31 49 21

Plymstock United 24 4 2 18 35 64 14

Crediton United 23 4 1 18 26 80 13

Sidmouth Town 24 0 7 17 25 57 7


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