Ottery St Mary to play in Macron Devon and Exeter League Division Four

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The Macron Devon and Exeter Football League has settled on the make-up of the nine division’s for the 2016/17 season.

Locally, Ottery St Mary will play in Division Four and their ‘local derby’ game will be the meetings with Otterton.

They face trips into Exeter to face Countess Wear Dynamoes, St Martins Reserves, Pinhoe, Priory and University 5ths. They head off to Mid Devon to face Kentisbeare, Sampford Peverell, Thorverton and Uplowman and their longest trip in pursuit of league points is set to be the 73-mile round trip to Morchard Bishop.

Sidmouth Town Reserves will again play in the second tier.

The Vikings second string have East Devon derby meetings with Colyton and Exmouth Town Reserves. They go to Somerset to meet Wellington and also Chard Town Reserves and Dorset to face Lyme Regis.


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They go to Mid Devon to take on Bickleigh, Westexe Rovers (Tiverton), Willand Rovers Reserves and Witheridge Reserves and venture into Exeter where they will play Alphington Reserves, University Reserves and Cronies FC.

The longest round trip for Town is a 92-mile there-and-back journey to face Chulmleigh.

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Town Reserves will play in Division Seven and they have local matches against Colyton Reserves, Cranbrook, Woodbury Reserves and Exmouth Spartans. They also play Ashwater, Bickleigh 2nds,

Cheriton Fitzpaine 2nds, Colyton 2nds, Ilminster Town 2nds, K&M Polonia, Seaton Town Reserves and Wellington Town third team.

The furthest trip for Town thirds is the 54-mile round-trip to tackle Ilminster Town Reserves.

The full Macron League line-up is.

Premier: Beer Albion, Bow AAC, Clyst Valley, Elmore, Exmouth Amateurs, Exwick Villa 2nds,

Feniton, Hatherleigh Town, Heavitree United, Honiton Town, Newton St Cyres, Newtown, Okehampton Argyle, Seaton Town, Topsham Town, Upottery.

Division One: Alphington 2nds, Bickleigh, Chard Town 2nds, Chulmleigh, Colyton, Cronies FC, Exmouth Town 2nds, Lyme Regis, Sidmouth Town 2nds, University 2nds, Wellington Town 2nds, Westexe Rovers, Willand Rovers 2nds, Witheridge 2nds.

Division Two: Axmouth United, Budleigh Salterton 2nds, Chagford, Cullompton Rangers 2nds, Dawlish Town, Dawlish United, Halwill, Heavitree United 2nds, Lapford, Lympstone, Newtown 2nds, Tipton St John, University 3rds, Woodbury.

Division Three: Axminster Town 2nds, Bampton, Bow AAC 2nds, Cheriton Fitzpaine, Clyst Valley 2nds, Culm United, East Budleigh, Exmouth Amateurs 2nds, Honiton Town 2nds, Newton Poppleford, Perry Street & Yonder Hill, Tedburn St Mary, Topsham Town 2nds, University 4ths.

Division Four: Countess Wear Dynamoes, Kentisbeare, Morchard Bishop, Otterton, Ottery St Mary

Pinhoe, Priory, Sampford Peverell, Sandford, St Martins 2nds, Thorverton, University 5ths, Uplowman Athletic.

Division Five: Alphington 3rds, Awliscombe United, Beer Albion 2nds, Crediton United 2nds, Feniton 2nds, Millwey Rise, Newton St Cyres 2nds, North Tawton, Royal Oak, South Zeal United, Starcross Generals, Whipton & Pinhoe, Winchester.

Division Six: Central, Dunkeswell Rovers, Elmore 2nds, Exwick Village, Halwill 2nds, Hatherleigh Town 2nds, Hemyock, Lyme Regis 2nds, Offwell Rangers, Silverton, Stoke Hill, Tivvy Park Rangers, Winkleigh.

Division Seven: Ashwater, Bickleigh 2nds, Cheriton Fitzpaine 2nds, Colyton 2nds, Cranbrook

Exmouth Spartans, HT Dons, Ilminster Town 2nds, K&M Polonia, Seaton Town 2nds, Sidmouth Town 3rds, Wellington Town 3rds, Woodbury 2nds.

Division Eight: Amory Green Rovers, Axminster Town 3rds, Bampton 2nds, Bradninch, Bravehearts, Crowdcube, Kentisbeare 2nds, Lapford 2nds, Newton Poppleford 2nds, Queens Head,

Sandford 2nds, Seven Stars Kennford, Upottery 2nds.

Division Nine: Amory Green Rovers 2nds, Central 2nds, Chagford 2nds, East Budleigh 2nds, Exmouth Amateurs 3rds, Feniton 3rds, Honiton Town 3rds, Lympstone 2nds, Millwey Rise 2nds, St Martins 3rds, Tedburn St Mary 2nds, Witheridge 3rds.

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