Sidmouth Town to face North Devon League opposition in pre-season friendly at Manstone Road.

PUBLISHED: 15:32 09 August 2013 | UPDATED: 15:32 09 August 2013

(c) Thomas Northcut

Sidmouth Town have pre-season action tomorrow, the final Saturday before they kick-off a new South West Peninsula League, Eastern Division season.

The Vikings host North Devon Gazette league side Shamwickshire Rovers with the game at Manstone Road kicking-off at 2pm. It’s another match day double-header with the Sidmouth Town Reserves also in action, they are set to kick-off against Fresha league side Awliscombe United at 4pm.

A week tomorrow marks the start of anew league season with the Vikings opening up with a Manstone Road game against Stoke Gabriel and they are also home to the second Saturday of the season when they host Plymstock United.

The full 2013/14 SWP league, Eastern Division fixtures for Sidmouth Town are;

Aug 17 H Stoke Gabriel

Aug 24 H Plymstock United

Aug 28 A Alphington

Aug 31 H Newton Abbot Spurs

Sep 7 H Axminster Town

Sep 14 A Teignmouth

Sep 21 A Galmpton United

Sep 24 A Crediton United

Oct 12 H Appledore

Oct 19 H Okehampton Argyle

Nov 9 A Liverton United

Nov 16 A Totnes & Dartington

Nov 23 H Crediton United

Nov 30 H Exeter University

Dec 7 A Newton Abbot Spurs

Dec 14 H Alphington

Dec 21 H Exwick Villa

Dec 26 A Budleigh Salterton

Jan 4 A Stoke Gabriel

Jan 11 A Plymstock United

Jan 25 A Axminster Town

Feb 1 H Teignmouth

Feb 8 H Galmpton United

Feb 15 A Appledore

Feb 22 A Okehampton Argyle

Mar 1 H Totnes & Dartington

Mar 8 A Exeter University

Mar 15 H Liverton United

Mar 29 A Exwick Villa

Apr 18 H Budleigh Salterton


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