Sidmouth Town enjoy Super Saturday as all four senior sides win.


Goal! - Credit: Archant

Taking pride of place is the first team after they defeated Teignmouth 2-1 at Manstone Lane.

The win lifts the Vikings’ up to ninth in the table and they have a chance to break into then top six for the first time between now and Christmas with a run of fixtures that starts with next Saturday’s visit to Brixham.

The Town second team won 3-1 at Alphington and they are up to sixth in the Macron League Division One table just eight points behind leaders University who have played two games more.

Town thirds were 8-0 winners at home to Bampton and now sit second in Division Six, just a single point behind leaders Queens Head who have played two games more and the fourth team won 4-3 at East Budleigh to sit three points clear on top of Division Eight.

Make sure of a copy of the Sidmouth Herald (out next on Friday, November 24) to get then best match reports from all four senior games.

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