Torridge Cup draw

PUBLISHED: 11:20 03 February 2011

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Sides look ahead to quarter-final ties

THE draw has been made for the quarter-finals of the Torridge Cup, with the majority of North Devon League sides avoiding ties with other clubs in the league.

Boca Seniors will travel to Devon & Exeter Premier side Hatherleigh, Barnstaple AAC will visit Holsworthy from the South West Peninsula League, and Bradworthy will make the short trip to East Cornwall Premier League side Bude Town.

North Molton will play the winner of Morwenstow versus Dolton.

Ties are to be played on or before Sunday, March 13.

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ROUND One results: Bude 7 - 1 North Tawton; North Molton 3 – 0 Shamwickshire; Morwenstow v Dolton; Braunton 2 – 2 Barnstaple AAC (Ammies won 5-3 on pens); Barnstaple Town Res 1 – 2 Holsworthy; Anchor Chiefs 0 – 18 Boca Seniors; Hatherleigh 2 – 0 Torrington; Kilkhampton 1 – 3 Bradworthy

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