Bideford’s frustrating start to 2016 continued on Saturday, as they went down to two second half goals against Cambridge City.
Rounding up the weekend’s North Devon League action.
Robins will look to move away from the foot of the Evostik Southern League Premier Division table when they meet Slough on Saturday.
Barry Yeo’s side will hope to get promotion bid back on track with games against Bitton and Street this week.
Clapton-in-Gordano Football Club conducted a raffle with the first prize as a new away kit.
North Devon Gazette Football League round-up
This week’s North Devon Gazette Football League round-up
Barnstaple Town will have good reason to feel hard done by after losing their first match of 2016 by four goals to one to visiting Melksham Town.
Appledore made a winning return to action in Division One East of the South West Peninsula League.
Bideford AFC under nines beat the bad weather this weekend when they played friendlies against Fremington and Hatherleigh in a North Devon Youth League Futsal Event.
Only two matches survived Saturday’s deluge in the North Devon Gazette Football League.
Bad weather once again left the fixtures list in the North Devon Gazette Football League looking somewhat depleted at the weekend - but the quarter-final stage of the Arlington Cup was finally completed.
Test your knowledge of all the big sport stories from 2015
Torridgeside are top of the North Devon Gazette Football League at Christmas following a thumping 6-2 win over Park United.
Barnstaple Town capped off a fine 2015 with a comfortable 3-1 home win against Cadbury Heath on Saturday.
Barnstaple have applied for promotion to the Evo-Stik Southern League
Barnstaple Town produced a stunning comeback to beat Bradford Town and keep the pressure on at the top of the Toolstation Western League Premier Division.
Barnstaple Town are out of the FA Vase following a tight 2-1 defeat at Hengrove Athletic.
Les Phillips Cup: Barnstaple Town 6-0 Roman Glass St George
Braunton Reserves and Torridgeside Reserves became the first teams to book their places in the semi-finals of the Combe Martin Cup on a rain-affected weekend for North Devon football.
Bideford 3-2 Brentwood Town
Wet weather decimated the North Devon Gazette League programme at the weekend, with just four fixtures surviving across all four divisions.
Appledore Blues under 16s booked their place in the semi-final of the league cup with a 2-1 win against Braunton on Sunday.
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