Vikings and Tigers set for Devon Premier Cup clash

PUBLISHED: 22:27 28 July 2011

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THE opening round of the Devon Premier Cup threw together a classic East Devon Derby.

South West Peninsula League new boys Sidmouth Town were drawn at home to Axminster Town.

The game will be played at Manstone Road on Saturday, October 8.

Seaton Town were also handed a home draw, they entertain University of Exeter and Beer Albion were another side to get home advantage and they were given a chance to do some giant killing!

The Fishermen will entertain Alphington of the Peninsula League. Ottery St Mary were drawn away to Topsham Town.

The full draw for the first round is; Abbotskerswell / Shamwickshire v Budleigh Salterton, Beer Albion v Alphington, Bere Alston v Appledore, BOCA Seniors v Galmpton United, Chard United v Crediton United, Exmouth Town v Totnes & Dartington, Holsworthy v Kingskerswell and Chelston / Brixham Villa, Ivybridge Town Reserves v Newton Abbot Spurs, Liverton United v North Molton, Mount Gould / Tavistock College v Bickleigh, Okehampton Argyle v Exeter Civil Service,

Seaton Town v University of Exeter, Sidmouth Town v Axminster Town, St Martins / Heavitree United v Plymstock United, Stoke Gabriel v Ipplepen Athletic

Thorverton / Georgham and Croyde v Teignmouth, Topsham Town v Ottery St Mary, Vospers Oak Villa v Plymouth Parkway Res / Combe Martin, Barnstaple AAC v Barnstaple Town Reserves, Bratton Fleming v Bluebird / Putford, Braunton / Roborough v Loddiswell / Clyst Valley, Bradworthy v Brixham United, Buckland Athletic Reserves v East Allington United, Dolton v Watts Blake Bearne, East Budleigh v Horrabridge Rovers, Marjons v Manadon / Tavistock Reserves,

Morchard Bishop v Torrington, Hatherleigh v Newtown, Staverton and Landscove v Torridgeside, Upton Athletic v Shebbear United, Wessex Rangers v Chaddlewood Miners, and Western Mortage Services v Willand Reserves / Elburton Reserves


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