Next match:
Saturday 26th April at 3pm
Tiverton Town v Fleet Town

Match sponsor: Budden Westinsure
Ball sponsor: Parkway Taxis
     Southern League First Division
club crest Fleet Town
Calthorpe Park
Crookham Road
GU51 5FA
Tel: 01252 623804
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Last match:
Monday 21st April
Wimborne Town 2 - 0 Tiverton Town
     Southern League First Division
club crest Wimborne Town
The Cuthbury
Cowgrove Road
BH21 4EL
Tel: 01202 884821
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Latest news from the club:

Tivvy draw blank at Wimborne Town
Tivvy lost 2-0 at Wimborne Town today, so we now know we will be playing Paulton Rovers in the play-off's, the only remaining question is whether it will be home or away? A point for Tivvy against Fleet Town on Saturday assures them of a home tie. The last time Tivvy beat Paulton was 1999, we have gone ten games now without a victory against them. Hopefully the players that were missing today, notably Tom Gardner, John Heveran and Aiden Chainey will be available for selection this coming Saturday. Don't forget it is a "Pay What You Want" game and all under 16's will be admitted free. In today's Fresha Devon and Exeter League game Tivvy won 8-0 v Heavitree. The reserves are home on Wednesday evening to Chard Town reserves in a game that kicks off at 7.30pm. Tivvy could move into second spot that evening, that's where they need to finish to progress to the Peninsula League. They would appreciate your support. Saturday evening sees the Centenary Celebration Night, players old and new will be in attendance along with a disco and hog roast. The evening is complimentary and commences after the Fleet Town game.

Win will clinch play-off spot
A win for Tivvy on Saturday against bottom-of-the-table Guildford City will clinch an end of season play-off spot. However Tivvy will want a top three position to book a home tie, and if Merthyr Town or Cirencester Town slip up then the title could be in their grasp. Tivvy come into the game on the back of three straight wins, including a superb 4-2 win at Stratford Town on Thursday evening.Expect more squad rotation as Aiden Chainey, Tom Gardner and John Heveran all took knocks at Stratford. John Clarkson is hoping that Matt Villis and Sam Malsom are fit enough to return to the starting line-up. Aaron Wilson has shaken off his stomach bug that kept him out against Cinderford and is fit to return. Guildford City are in a two horse race with neighbours Fleet Town to avoid relegation,City have used over 65 players so far this season. Fleet visit Ladysmead next Saturday in a "Pay What You Want" game that is free to all under 16's. Tivvy travel to Wimborne Town on Monday afternoon.

Cinderford Townhere on Tuesday evening
Cinderford Town visit Ladysmead Tuesday evening in a vital game that Tivvy must win to keep their play-off challenge on track. It is hoped Sam Malsom Tom Gardner and Dan Smith will be available for selection. Tivvy fresh from their biggest win of the season at Clevedon will be looking to do the double over their visitors. Tivvy travel to Stratford Town on Thursday evening. Wednesday evening sees a local derby at Ladysmead as Tivvy Reserves take on Willand Rovers at Ladysmead ko7.30 in the Devon & Exeter Premier League.

Great day for Tiverton Town
Tivvy's first team won 4-0 at Clevedon Town,starting line up was M Searle Heveran Long, Villis Palmer, J Richards, Martin, Chainey, Nardiello, Concanen,J Searle. Wright came on for Nards, Gardner came on for Palmer and Kowal came on for Richards. It was a dominant performance, Mike Searle only had a couple of saves to make. With Swindon Supermarine losing Tivvy are up to third. They entertain Cinderford tow on Tuesday evening. The reserves won 7-1 at Newtown,scorers were Emati-Emati 2 Bailey 2 Searle Howe and Bradford. The reserves are home on Wednesday evening to Willand Rovers

Clevedon Town v Tiverton Town
The match on Saturday at the Hand Stadium kicks off at 3.07pm, like all matches across the country. It is 25 years since the Hillsborough disaster. Tivvy have a number of injury doubts going into the match and a decision will be left until as late as possible on team selection. It is hoped as many supporters as possible will travel to Somerset. Tivvy entertain Cinderford Town at Ladysmead on Tuesday evening ko 7.30pm

Fleet Town admission will be by donation
The club have announced that admission for the home game v Fleet Town on Saturday April 26th will be by donation. You can donate as much or as little as you like. We are looking for our biggest gate of the season for this fixture and hoping to create a party atmosphere.It will be free to all under 16's.The match will be followed by our Centenary Celebration Evening with a hog roast and disco. Admission will be free to this event and it is hoped that a number of ex-players will join the current squad in the festivities

Tiverton Town Under 18's announce new manager
Tiverton Town are delighted to announce that Ryan German has agreed to be the new manager of Tiverton Town Under 18's next season.A new coach will be announced shortly. Steve McMartin has agreed to be secretary of the Under 18's.

Latest news from Ladysmead
Tiverton Town's thrilling 4-4 draw at Ladysmead last night was one of the most exciting games seen in years. At 3-0 down I'm sure manager John Clarkson would have taken a point then but at the end it still felt like two points dropped because of vast number of chances created. However the game could easily have been lost as well. Man of the match was substitute Ryan Richards. Tivvy now travel to North Leigh and the manager will be hoping that Tom Gardner, Shane Krac, Chris Long and Mike Searle can return to the squad. James Richards, so impressive since joining the club in December injured his hip last night so he must be a doubt.Meanwhile if the pitch recovers then our reserve side have a home match on Saturday against Beer Albion kicking off at 3pm.

Tiverton Town v Wimborne Town
Tivvy's game with Wimborne Town survived a 4pm pitch inspection and goes ahead as planned. Tivvy have a number of injury concerns going into the game and manager John Clarkson will leave selection to as late as possible. Tivvy reserves continued their good run with a 5-0 win over Clyst Valley last night. Scorers were Jesse Howe (2) Marcus Martin, Jake Searle (pen) and an own goal

Tiverton town Reserves v Clyst Valley
Tivvy reserves match tonight is ON at Ladysmead, the kick off is 7.30pm.

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Witheridge match -- Man of the match: Ed Palmer -- photo by Viv
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Latest news from the press

Yellows closing in on second place after brace of victories
Tiverton Town underlined their top-two intent in the Premier Division by demolished Heavitree United 8-0 thanks to goals from Adam Wakley (3), Danny Baily (2), Jesse Howe (2) and Luke Mortimer. It followed Saturday's 5-1 win at Topsham Town, with Howe and Dan Jones both netting doubles and Jake Searle converting a penalty after Russell Brooker opened the scoring. Clyst Valley lost 2-1 to Willand Rovers, with Jordan Harris netting a consolation for Clyst, who face Tiverton on Saturday. Leaders St...

Match report: Tiverton Town 2 Guildford City 0
Goals late in each half saw Tiverton Town secure a play-off spot and keep their slim title hopes alive as they defeated a hard-working Guildford City side 2-0 on Saturday. Max Kowal struck with almost the last kick of the first half, controlling well on the edge of the box before expertly turning his man and firing low beyond goalkeeper Antony Hall. Up until then, Guidlford had been relatively untroubled and that was even after they played the opening20 minutes with 10 men as one of...

Clarkson backs Tivvy players to overcome fatigue
John Clarkson believes his Tiverton Town players have the physical and mental stamina to cope with the play-offs following a gruelling run of fixtures. The Yellows go to Stratford Town tonight (Thursday), before hosting Guildford City on Saturday and then travelling to Wimborne Town on Monday. It means they will have played five games in 10 days. A hard-fought 2-1 home win over Cinderford Town, on Tuesday, left Tivvy in a strong position for the play-offs, which commence on the week beginning...

Match report: Tiverton Town 2 Cinderford Town 1
The Yellows produced a dismal first-half performance to trail 1-0 at the break following George Lloyd's opener. But Dan Smith emerged from the bench at half-time to change the game, slotting a penalty and injecting new-found urgency into Tivvy's play. The winner came with 10 minutes left as Nardiello bagged his third goal in two...

Seventh heaven for Tivvy as Newton lose further ground
Newtown's Premier Division season took a turn for the worse on Saturday as they were thrashed 7-1 at home to Tiverton Town. John Moore's side were title favourites two weeks ago, but since then they have lost twice to league leaders St Martins, once in the cup, and now to Tivvy. They will be hoping to get their season back on track on Saturday when they face defending champions Feniton. Danny Baily (3), Jesse Howe (2), Jake Searle and Jon Bradford all scored for Tivvy. St Martins moved nine...

Match report: Clevedon Town 0 Tiverton Town 4
Tiverton Town moved up to third spot with an emphatic 4-0 victory away to Clevedon Town. A double from Michael Nardiello set the Yellows on their way, with Marcus Martin netting his maiden Tivvy goal and Josh Searle completing the rout. Josh Concanen set up three of the goals as Tivvy took yet another step towards the paly-off spots and kept their faint title hopes alive. It was also a welcome tonic for the Yellows, who had lost back-to-back games against North Leigh and, more recently, at St...

Shane Krac calls for Tivvy to concentrate on play-offs following...
Midfielder Shane Krac says Tiverton Town's season is now '100 per cent about the play-offs' after missing out on the Red Insure Cup. The Yellows, who have six league games remaining, visit Clevedon Town on Saturday before hosting Cinderford Town at Ladysmead on Tuesday. Tiverton lost 1-0 at Southern League Premier Division side St Neots Town in the second leg of the Red Insure Cup final on Tuesday evening, meaning they missed out on the chance of securing a first piece of silverware since John...