Exmouth Town Football Club

RUNNERS UP OF TOOLSTATION LEAGUE 2021/22
PROMOTED TO SOUTHERN FOOTBALL LEAGUE

UPCOMING PRE-SEASON FRIENDLIES:

AXMINSTER - AWAY
Tues 05/07/2022 | 7:30PM KO
BIG FIXTURE TO BE REVEALED
Tues 12/07/2022
TIVERTON TOWN - AWAY
Sat 16/07/2022 | 3PM KO
WELLINGTON - HOME
Wed 20/07/2022 | 7:30PM KO
EXETER CITY ACADEMY - HOME
Sat 23/07/2022 | 3PM KO
BRIXHAM - AWAY
Tues 26/07/2022 | 7:30PM KO
OKEHAMPTON - AWAY
Sat 30/07/2022 | 3PM KO
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Exmouth Town first team squad celebrating with Paul Hodge who received a Life Membership on behalf of his father Ken who served on the committee of Exmouth Town Football Club for many years. The award was presented by John Dibsdall, president of Exmouth Town Football Club.

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M.O.M presented to Levi Landricombe by club director Brian Barnden after Towns 1-0 victory over Wellington. 

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Team of the Month For January

Martin Painter from the Toolstation western league presented Andy Rawlings & Kevin Hill team of the month for January. 

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Exmouth Town 2021/22 Season Report

Exmouth Town are looking forward to the Toolstation Western League Premier Division 2021/22 season hoping to build on the progress they have made since gaining promotion back to the league for the 2020/21 season.

Following the restructure of the leagues Town will be locking horns once again with friends from the South West Peninsula League as we will be welcoming Helston Athletic, Millbrook, Mousehole and Saltash United back to Southern Road. We will also renew old acquaintances with Ilfracombe, who we last met in the Western League in 2002/03 and Ashton and Backwell, for the first time since their formation in 2010, although we have played Backwell United, the last time during the 2004/05 season.

To accommodate the newly promoted sides a number of the clubs based north and east of Bristol have been placed in the Hellenic League with Plymouth Parkway being promoted to the Southern League.

Whilst the last two seasons have been dramatically curtailed due to the coronavirus pandemic Town should be pleased with their performances. On a combined points per game basis over the two seasons Town finished third behind Tavistock in second and Plymouth Parkway, the winners.  Of the 36 league games played Town won 26, lost 8 with 2 drawn. They also enjoyed success in the FA Cup with victories over Southern League sides Barnstaple Town and Yate United.

Our Reserves will continue to play in the Devon Football League, North and East Division, where they will again enjoy local derbies against Budleigh Salterton and Topsham Town as well as games against the promoted sides Feniton and North Molton.

Off the pitch considerable improvements have been carried out thanks to the efforts of the Exmouth Town Supporters Club (Muff Town Casuals) with the support of local businesses. A new turnstile block has been built with the actual turnstiles once being installed at Liverpool FC and resurfacing of the car park has enabled new disability parking near this new entrance to the ground. The Beer Garden has seen a total overhaul with new paths, seating and fencing and a water-gathering project has been completed to conserve rainwater for use on the pitch.

The Club will again feature in the FA Cup and FA Vase. The draw for the FA Cup has thrown up a Devon Derby as we travel to Buckland Athletic whilst in the Vase fellow Western League Premier Division side Shepton Mallet will be the visitors to Southern Road. In each competition a home tie will be the reward for the victors.

A huge thank you to the Mufftown Casuals for all of their hard work and support!
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Match Report Vs Street - 19/03

Exmouth Town assistant manager Andy Rawlings was unsure if it was a case of a point gained or two dropped after the 2-2 Southern Road draw with Street on the penultimate Saturday of March.

He said: “It really was a case of disappointment at not getting the three points balanced against the happiness of being top of the Western League for the first time since the 1980s!”

He continued: “Of course, we were gutted not to get all three points, if only for that magnificent turnout of support again! Another 300 plus crowd was quite something and it really grated with us that we could not send them home having seen a Town victory. But we went into the game off the back of what had been a superb team performance to see off Mousehole and could not find that level again for the visit of Street. We must also factor in a stunning performance from the Street goalkeeper. It’s true what folk say that there really is no ‘easy’ games at this level and, while we’d have loved to have taken all three points, we can be pleased with the fact that we have gone top of the table as a result of the point we did bank from the game.”

The Town number two then turned his attention to the remaining set of games that the team face in what remains of the season. This Wednesday night (March 23), Town take a break from league duties when they host Saltash United in a Les Phillips Cup quarter-final tie. Then, on Saturday (March 26), Town are down in Mousehole taking on a side they beat 3-0 at Southern Road just a fortnight ago. That will be followed by a home game against Bridgwater United, a trip to basement side Bridport, then back-to-back home games against Millbrook and Tavistock before a final day trip to Shepton Mallet.

Speaking about the run-in, the Town assistant boss says: “It’s clearly in our hands and, let’s face it, if we had been offered, last August, before a ball was kicked, that we’d reach the final weeks of March in a position from which we were left with the chance to win all our remaining seven games to be crowned champions then we’d have snapped hands off! Yes, it’s testament to the dressing room and indeed, the efforts outside the dressing room from our fantastic supporters, that we are in the position we are in!”

He added: “Mind you, there remains lots of hard work to be done and it’s clear that we need seven more Mousehole ‘esque performances rather than seven of the Street performances, if we are to go on and end the season in spectacular fashion.”

The Town number two did point to the recent arrival of Levi Landricombe as a key element in the team now looking more capable than ever of a run to the top honour. Rawlings said: “He [Landricombe] has brought us some ‘X’ factor up top. He has played – and does play – at a higher level. He is a very clever player who reads the line so well and bends his runs to such a degree that he is a handful for defences home and away. Another big plus from Levi is that, on top of his clear individual quality he is such a hard worker. He is a great example to younger players for he covers every inch of the pitch and it’s a given that we hope the Town fans get to see much more of the lad over the remainder of this season and seasons to come. But you know, above all else he is a really nice guy and is very popular in the dressing room. What’s more the Southern Road faithful have taken to him despite his residential status of living in Plymouth! Yes, for sure, Town supporters would appear to have a favourite ‘Janner’ just now!”

Looking to Wednesday night and the Les Phillips Cup tie with Saltash United, the Town number two says: “We will be looking to win the game. It won’t be easy, for Saltash will be keen to make progress to the semi-final where Helston Athletic await the winners.”

Next up in terms of the league effort is Saturday’s trip to Mousehole and the Town number two is very clear as to just how tough an afternoon it is likely to be. He says: “At our place they [Mousehole] were comfortably the best footballing team we have seen this season. They are a good passing team and have quality in all areas. But then we like to think we have similar and we have no injury issues right now so hopefully we can go down there and deliver a similar performance to the one we served up when we beat them at our place recently.”

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