Next matches:
First team v Swindon Supermarine
Sat 4th Apr at 3pm Southern League First Division
Chard Town Reserves v Reserve team
Sat 4th Apr at 3pm Devon & Exeter League Premier Division
Last matches:
Bashley 1-2 First team
Sat 28th Mar Southern League First Division
Reserve team 4-1 Heavitree Social Reserves
Sat 28th Mar Devon & Exeter League Premier Division
Latest news

Presentation evening
On Friday 22nd May the club are holding their presentation evening for the First team, Reserves and under 18s. Admission is by ticket only.

Tickets are £10 each, please ring the club on 01884252397 to book your place.

Under 18's match
Tivvy U-18's are home to Clevedon Town this Thurs 12th March ko 7.30

Under 18's match
Under 18's are home to Weston Super Mare on Thursday 5th March @ 7.30.

Owen Howe
Owen is suspended for two further matches, 21st March v Sholing and 28th March v Bashley. He will not be available for selection till the 4th April v Swindon Supermarine.

Howe banned for five games
Owen Howe will be banned for five games following his sending off against Wimborne. However he is available for tonight's match at Bishops Cleeve and Saturdays game at home to Fleet Town. Tivvy will be managed tonight by Warren Patmore as Martyn Rogers is ill and Colin Nation unavailable. Tivvy's reserve side beat the University 2-1 at the weekend with goals from Ben Ashford and Richard Groom.

Great win for under-18's
Tivvy's under 18 side got a second successive away win as they won 5-3 at local rivals Taunton Town. Bradley Kelly scored four times, the other came from James Wakley

Reserve team news

Devon & Exeter Premier League title
Tiverton Town Reserves strengthened their grip on the Devon & Exeter Premier League title with a 2-1 win over local rivals at Ladysmead on Wednesday evening. Goals came from top scorer Dave O’Connor and Tom Tricker.

Three points picked up away at the Uni...
On a very windy cold day on a very sticky pitch which had a couple of rugby games played the previous day, the ressies picked up a vital win. Tivvy played the first half with the wind and after an onslaught of crosses we scored from the head of Richard Groom after an in swinging free kick from Andrew Thompson. We were unable to convert a number of other chances created in the first half. We changed the formation in the 2nd half as we were against a strong wind into a more defensive Sharpe of a 4-5-1 which was working very well until we conceded a silly free kick just outside our box, the resulting free kick was met by one of the Uni players to level the score. Ten minutes later after a couple of half chances. we won a corner which was taken again by Thompson and was met by the club captain Ben Ashford to head towards the goal line were Jessie Howe was on hand to convert from close range to put Tivvy 2-1 up. It was a fantastic three points gained and another match crossed of the list. We are away to Heavitree next week which will be another good test as yesterday was. Just wanted to say it was brilliant to have Danny Jones up and about supporting the lads yesterday after breaking his leg two weeks earlier... Team: Wannell, Coomb, Ashford, Groom, Tricker, Furness, Thompson, Bradford, Mortimer, Howe & Oconnor. Subs: Rapo(Mortimer) Kewley not used.

5 Star performance.....
Having only played three minutes of football in the last four weeks and playing against a hard working disciplined opposition, I was extremely pleased with the way the team played and went about breaking down a stubborn Beer side. Our first goal was scored by Jessie Howe as he received an inch perfect cross from Dave O'Conner to the far post. The second goal came along 10 minutes later and was a carbon copy of the first goal with O'Conner out pacing Beer's left back to cross to the far post with Howe arriving, to show some neat footwork to score his second goal. Once again a good in-swinging cross was met by the hard working Adam Wakeley to who controlled the ball on his chest, and neatly converted his chance against his former club. Our 4th and 5th goals were scored by the outstanding Richard Groom. Both scored within the six yard box. A very pleasing result as we haven't got a fixture next week and it was important to try and maintain our momentum at the top of the table. Tiverton would like to welcome new signing Russel Coombes to the club. Team: Wannel, Ashford, Groom, Coombes, Wakeley, Oconner, Jones, Bradford, Passmore, Rapo, Howe, Subs: Kewley(Coombes) Tricker(Passmore) Furness(Ashford) Searle not used.

Good away day at Blustery Seaton.
A very windy and somewhat bumpy pitch, saw Tivvy get off to a decent start. Not the best conditions for football, but after an early change of shape Tivvy quickly raced into a 2 goal lead through a double from Jesse Howe. The third added not log after by Richard Groom with a swivel shot in the box after the ball landed at his feet at a corner, and was turned into the corner of the net. 3-0 up at half time, but with the wind now against us it was much harder to get out of our half. However two more good chances fell to Jesse to score his hat-trick, but unfortunately couldn't convert. John Wannel was rarely fully extended in goal, but when called upon made a few excellent one on one saves. Seaton did score after a free header from a free kick, and only by our own mistakes, or long balls pumped into the box seemed their best option for more. All in all a good team effort for another three points away from home, and it will be nice to get back to home turf next week. Team: Wannell, Skinner(Wakeley), Goff, Groom, Furness, Tricker(Rapo), Jones, Bradford, Passmore, Howe(jagger-Caine), O'Connor. Subs: Wakely, Weeks, Kewley, Rapo, Jagger-Caine.

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Martyn Rogers wants Tiverton Town to have the right mentality...
Martyn Rogers has demanded his Tiverton Town side have the right mentality when they travel to basement side Bashley on Saturday. Bashley have won just one game all season, scoring fifteen goals and shipping 126 in the process. Yet Rogers has warned his side that upsets can happen and he does not want to be one of them, especially after previously being critical of how Tiverton have played against the league's struggling sides.

Tiverton Town 2 Sholing 0: Match Report
Tiverton Town made it four consecutive home games unbeaten with a 2-0 win over Sholing at Ladysmead. Ethan Phillips scored a goal early on in both halves to ensure his victory against a stubborn Sholing side. Tivvy manager Martyn Rogers made one change from the side that lost 4-1 to Merthyr Town, with captain James Richards returning from suspension to replace George Rogers and slotting into a sweeper role. Sholing fielded a 4-4-2 formation that was quite compact – forcing Tiverton to drop...

Tiverton Town hopeful of a top ten finish
Tiverton Town face Sholing this Saturday with manager Martyn Rogers targeting a top-10 finish for the club. Tivvy currently sit 16th in the table, 14 points off 10th-placed Shortwood United with just seven games left. Yet, aside from two away games against play-off chasing sides, the Yellows' remaining matches are mainly against teams around them, meaning Rogers is hoping to pick up plenty of points. He said:

Tiverton Town captain James Richards keen to return from...
Tiverton Town captain James Richards is eager to get back on the pitch after missing his side's previous three games. Richards was absent from Tivvy's 3-1 win over Wantage Town due to illness before suspension prevented him from taking any part in their 1-1 draw with Yate Town and 4-1 loss away to Merthyr on Saturday. Richards revealed missing games at the business end of the campaign is frustrating and he is keen to retake his place in the starting line-up. He said:

Martyn Rogers pleased with Tiverton Town performance in defeat at...
Manager Martyn Rogers praised his Tiverton Town players after their 4-1 defeat at table-toppers Merthyr Town on Saturday. Missing a host of regulars due to injuries and suspensions, the Ladysmead chief was pleased with the way his players performed. He felt the display was better than the 4-1 scoreline suggests, as they were level before conceding a disputed goal a minute before the break. The fourth goal went in with a minute left on the clock, which Rogers felt flattered the team 13 points...

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