Next matches:
AFC Totton v First team
Sat 20th Sep at 3pm Southern League First Division
Reserve team v Topsham Town Reserves
Sat 20th Sep at 3:0pm Devon & Exeter League Premier Division
Last matches:
Bideford 1-0 First team
Tue 16th Sep FA Cup
Bere Alston 3-7 Reserve team
Sat 13th Sep Devon Premier Cup
Latest news

Bideford away on Tuesday evening
Owen Howe is clear to play at Bideford in the FA Cup replay, should he be selected. Ex-Tivvy striker Matt Wright is also able to play for the Robins. Adam Bilcock suffered a recurrence of his knee injury and will be missing, otherwise the squad will be the same. The winners of the tie will play Weymouth at the Wessex Stadium on Saturday 27th September. The Terras were reduced to nine men as they won 3-0 at Mangotsfield Utd.

Fa Cup - The Next Round
The winner of tomorrow evenings 1st rnd Qualifier replay will have an away tie against Weymouth on Saturday 27th September

Under-18's in FA Youth Cup action
Thursday evening sees Jason Rainey's Under 18 side in competitive action for the first time this season. They travel to Wells City for an FA youth Cup tie. The winners will be away to Hengrove Athletic. Next Thursday 18/9/14 they entertain local rivals Elmore in the Somerset Floodlit Youth League. Kick-off at Ladysmead will be 7.30pm

Club shop
The shop will be open tomorrow and will have the new Joma home shirt on sale,adult sizes @ £35 as well as the new white Joma players polo shirts, adults £25. The shop now has new baseball caps as well priced at £6.50

Tiverton Town announce new Main Sponsor
Aston Manor Cider, the largest independent cider maker in the UK, is proud to announce its sponsorship of Tiverton Town FC as the new season kicks off. The deal comprises of a five-figure sum to refurbish the infrastructure of the club, particularly the function suite, which is widely used by the community. An additional annual amount has also been agreed with Aston Manor’s key brand, Kingstone Press, as the main sponsor of the club, with the logo to be featured on the players’ shirts. Paul Clifford, site director at Tiverton for Aston Manor Cider commented: “We are delighted to be supporting Tiverton Town and to be helping develop the infrastructure of the club and assist in the modernisation of the club and the function suite. “We’ve more than doubled the work-force at our Tiverton site since taking over, and feel very much a part of the community. We are very happy to be able to give something back.” The club added: “We are delighted to have the support of Aston Manor Cider. Not only will this benefit the club, but also the local community as the function suite is used by lots of people in the surrounding areas. “We’re looking forward to getting started with the refurbishments and fingers crossed to a successful season for the team!” The Tiverton site is a key part of Aston Manor cider’s operations, having recently benefited from a three year investment programme in excess of £10 million which transformed production. It will also be benefitting from a further £5 million investment across the company’s production sites. Aston Manor acquired the site in Tiverton in November 2009, at the time around 35-40 people were employed. The site now employs more than 85 people with further recruitment planned this side of Christmas due to increased production – which provide a complete additional packaging shift for the canning operation. Tiverton Town play in the Southern League and South & West Division. The club celebrated its centenary last year.

Under 18's game off
The game at Ladysmead scheduled for Thursday evening v Clevedon Town has been cancelled

Reserve team news

Good away win in the Devon Premier Cup....
The team continued from last week's game against Newtown, by scoring 5 goals in the first half. First goal coming from Kieran Rapo with a close range finish, Beer Alston equalized after Tiverton gave away a penalty. Second goal was scored by Dave O'Connor with a delicate lob over the goalkeeper, the third was 5 minutes later and was a close range header from Luke Mortimer. The fourth goal was a good move which resulted with Isaac Furness slotting the ball home. And Dave O'Connor scoring his second of the game making it 5-1 at half time. Second half started with some strong fierce tackling from the home side, but two further goals created by Luke Mortimer and scored by Kieran Rapo, this making his tally five goals in the last two games. Overall a very good team performance away from home, but we are looking forward to having three home games in a row in the coming weeks. It's great to see the team scoring lots of goals, but that means the report is longer and more work for me to remember! Team:- Wannel, Furness, Searle, Ashford, Groom, Mortimer, Passmore, Jones, Wakley, Rapo, O'Connor. Subs:- Kewley for Furness, Crook for Searle, Goff for Groom.

Good result after last week's disappointment...
A fantastic response from the team yesterday after the disappointment of last week when we lost 2-0 to Sidbury. The first goal was scored in the first half by Jake Searle from inside the 6 yard box. The second half produced four further goals. John Bradford scoring after a one on one with the goalkeeper made it 2-0. Then two further goals were scored by Kieran Rapo, his first league goals scored since his move from Elmore. The scoring was completed by Luke Passmore with a powerful 30 yard shot, which made the final score 5-0. This was an important result and gaining 3 points for the team as we don't have a league game next weekend, as we are playing away in the Devon Premier Cup. With some separate news, we are delighted to have signed Scott Townsend and also that we have re-signed Darren Goff to the club for this season.

A brief roundup of pre-season and the start of the new season.
The team had a fantastic pre-season, being undefeated and playing some very attractive football, this was very pleasing to the management and coaching staff. We have managed to keep the majority of last season's squad with the addition of four new players signing for the club. We have won our first two league games, scoring 9 goals and conceding 2, but unfortunately last weekend against Sidbury we lost 2-0, this was our third game in seven days which might of taken it's toll on the players. We are away at Newtown this weekend with the players looking to bounce back and get a good result.

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Martyn Rogers fears fatigue for Tiverton Town
Martyn Rogers concedes that fatigue could be a factor in Saturday's trip to Totton. The Yellows head to Hampshire following two gruelling FA Cup ties in quick succession against Bideford. A 10-man Tivvy side produced a marvellous performance to hold them to a 0-0 draw at Ladysmead on Saturday, only to lose Tuesday's replay 1-0 at The Sports Ground. Rogers, who was missing both Alex Faux and Adam Bilcock through injury for Tuesday's game, admitted that his side looked low on energy in the...

Tiverton Town striker Owen Howe looking to make amends against...
Owen Howe is hoping to make amends for his red card at the weekend by helping Tiverton Town progress in the FA Cup away to Bideford tonight. The 19-year-old striker saw red for violent conduct just eight minutes into Saturday's 0-0 draw with the Robins after a mêlée sparked by a late tackle from James Richards. Having been dismissed against his former side, Howe then headbutted former Yellows striker Matt Wright, who was also sent off after the final whistle following an altercation...

Matt Wright: Bideford performance against Tiverton Town was...
Former Tiverton Town striker Matt Wright says that Bideford were disappointed with the performance rather than the result in Saturday's 0-0 draw with the Yellows. Wright – who proved a firm fans' favourite in his solitary season at Ladysmead – had an eventful afternoon on his return to Mid Devon in a highly-charged FA Cup tie. The former Crystal Palace youngster was headbutted by former Bideford striker Owen Howe after eight minutes, before seeing red himself after the final whistle...

Tiverton Town 0 Bideford 0: Match report
Tiverton Town overcame the early sending off of Owen Howe to produce a superb rearguard action and book an FA Cup replay with local rivals Bideford after a tempestuous draw at Ladysmead on Saturday. Howe saw red – literally and figuratively – after just eight minutes, headbutting former Tivvy striker Matt Wright following a mêlée sparked by a late challenge from James Richards. Wright himself was dismissed after the final whistle following an altercation with Jesse Howe...

Tiverton Town v Bideford: Matchday live
Tiverton Town entertain local rivals Bideford in the FA Cup first round qualifying at Ladysmead today. The Yellows will be looking to build on Tuesday's encouraging victory over Mangotsfield United, but will face a stern test against their Southern League Premier Division opponents. Follow all of the action from today's match below. Live Blog Tiverton Town v Bideford 

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