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Trinity Rangers face tough away game


SHEPHERD Rest's 100 per cent record will be at stake when they play at home to Trinity Rangers in Division Two of the Keyline Taunton and District Sunday Football League this weekend.

The division's top team have won all eight of their games this season and have a three-point lead over Watchet Blue Waves who have played two more games than their rivals.
Trinity Rangers have also made a bright start to the season and are lying third in the table, six points adrift of the leaders.
Blue Waves are at home to Carhampton Rangers who are fourth, having won four and drawn one of their ten games so far.
The only other game in Division Two is between the bottom team Cotford Saints, who have yet to pick up a point, and Huish Allstars.
West Monkton, who have taken maximum points from their opening eight matches in Division Three, entertain Taunton Warriors while Wellington side Moortown, in second spot having lost only one of their eight matches, are away to Tone Youth.
Taunton Dynamos, another side without a victory this season, are home to Hamilton Reserves.
In Division One, Tiger Old Boys play at home to Hamilton with both sides moving up to second in the table if they win.
The two Jim Jowett Cup ties are all first division affairs. Ash Rangers play Bathpool while Mariners are home to Old Inn.

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