Town back on track

PUBLISHED: 09:00 27 February 2009 | UPDATED: 08:36 18 June 2010

SIDMOUTH TOWN got their season back on track by beating high-flying Feniton 3-1.

SIDMOUTH TOWN got their season back on track by beating high-flying Feniton 3-1. Feniton were always a target for the ambitious Vikings, who now lie in seventh place in the Premier League, as their early form has dropped away recently. Sidmouth's Craig Badcock got the show started and he was joined on the score sheet by an own goal from Fenny's Shaun Lapping and one from sub Ian Mortimore, who was back in the team after a year's absence. Sidmouth have another great chance to progress in the table this Saturday away to sixth placed Clyst Valley. l The Reserves lost 3-0 away to Barnstaple and remain in trouble at the foot of the table. They are home to Exeter Civil Service in Senior 2 on Saturday.


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