SOHC Ladies’ 2nds face double-header weekend of league and cup action

Sidmouth and Ottery men's 3rds at home to Isca. Photo by Alex Walton. Ref shsp 5655-08-14AW To order

Sidmouth and Ottery men's 3rds at home to Isca. Photo by Alex Walton. Ref shsp 5655-08-14AW To order your copy of this photo go to www.sidmouthherald.co.uk and click on myphotos24 - Credit: Archant

It’s a big weekend for the Sidmouth and Ottery ladies’ 2nd XI as they negotiate a league and cup double over the two days.

On Saturday they are at Sidmouth for a noon start in a league meeting with Dartmouth who they drew with 1-1 back in November. The following day they are again at home, this time at Ottery, where they play Kingsbridge and Salcombe with place in the final of the Devon Trophy at stake.

The ladies’ senior team seek a fifth successive victory in league and cup when they travel to Taunton Vale II who they lost 2-0 to when they met at Sidmouth before Christmas.

The ladies’ third team are at Dart II and the fourth team entertain Dawlish at Ottery St Mary (12.30pm).

The men’s senior team travel to University of Exeter E who beat them 2-0 when the sides met at Ottery in November.


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Te men’s second team host Team Bath Buccs C at Ottery looking to exact revenge for a 4-0 defeat in Somerset in the earlier season meeting.

The men’s third team travel to Taunton Vale C looking for a fourth successive unbeaten outing. If they manage that they will equal their season’s best unbeaten run. They beat their hosts 3-0 in East Devon last November.

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The men’s fourth team are at Sidmouth taking on Yeovil and Sherborne B whilst the men’s fifth eleven travel to Taunton CS who beat them 6-1 before Christmas.

Last but not least then men’s sixth team host Chard B who beat them 11-1 in the first meeting this season.

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