Sidmouth and Ottery in action: Weekend football preview
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As clubs hope for kind weather, here are a couple of fixture from this weekend involving the local teams.
Holsworthy v Sidmouth Town (Saturday, November 2. 3pm)
The Vikings will look to start November on the right foot when they travel to Holsworthy.
Sidmouth are currently bottom of the South West Peninsula League but could draw level with 18th placed Elmore with a win on Saturday.
To read manager Danny Burwood's thoughts ahead of the game, click here.
Roselands v Ottery St Mary (Saturday, November 2. 2.15pm)
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Ottery are back in Devon Football League action for the first time since October 5 as they travel to Roselands in the South and West division.
The Otters have not played a competitive fixture since their 6-2 defeat in the Devon Premier Cup away at Ipplepen Athletic.
- 1 Stuart Hughes retains Sidmouth county council seat
- 2 Jess Bailey secures a seat at Devon County Council
- 3 Reid family follow in the footsteps of Sir Captain Tom
- 4 Hopes high that half marathon will be an annual event
- 5 Tributes paid to GP who dedicated 36 years to Sid Valley patients
- 6 Paedophile hunters' sting in Sidbury leads to prosecution
- 7 Ottery Primary pupils' pedal power shines through at hill climb
- 8 Demand for properties in Sidmouth is high as South West becomes more desirable
- 9 Otter Valley candidates get ready for County Council elections
- 10 Initial details revealed for this year's week-long Folk Festival
Their last league outing saw them defeated 4-2 at Totnes & Dartington so manager Dave Fairweather will be hoping to bounce back this weekend.
Saturday's opponents are 10th in the league having won four, drawn one and lost five matches this season. Interestingly, only four teams have a worse goal difference then Roseland's -12 at this stage.
Beer Albion v Plymouth Hope (Saturday, November 2. 2.15pm)
It's Devon Premier Cup action for Beer Albion as they take on Plymouth Hope at the Furzebrake.
Penalties were needed to separate Beer and Lapford in the second round after a 1-1 draw. It was a similar story for Plymouth Hope who drew 3-3 at Whipton and Pinhoe before winning 4-3 on penalties.
The two meet in the third round on Saturday.