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Player & Staff Profiles

Martyn Rogers (Manager) Into his second spell at the Ladysmead helm and led the club back to the Southern League Premier Division at only the third attempt. Currently the most successful manager the club has ever seen after leading the Yellows to three FA Vase finals during the nineties, winning twice in 1998 & 99 at Wembley Stadium. He also steered the Yellows to countless Western League titles, Cup wins and several high-profile FA Cup first round appearances after ending his playing career at Tiverton in the late 80`s. Sponsored by: I`m A Fan

Colin Nation (Assistant Manager) After a freak injury ended his playing career, Colin was part of the youth coaching set ups at both Arsenal and Chelsea before relocating to the South West. He has been coaching with Tivvy for 13 years and has been responsible for the development of numerous players who have gone on to represent the first team. After an incredible 2013/14 season with the Tivvy U18`s, Martyn Rogers appointed Colin as assistant manager to the first team. Sponsored by: I`m A Fan

Scott Rogers (Player/Coach) 39 – Scott will forever be remembered by the Tivvy faithful after scoring the winning goal in the 1999 FA Vase final. Well-travelled midfielder began his career with the Yellows back in 1998 before spells at Forest Green, Bath City, Newport County, Eastleigh and Chippenham between 2003 and 2013. He then took the managerial reigns at Willand Rovers leading them on a memorable FA Cup run that Gosport Borough ended in 2014 before returning to Ladysmead in the summer of 2015 and his experience is invaluable. Sponsored by: Valley Construction

Mathew Thresher (Physio) Began with 12-month periods at both Minehead and Elmore before a happy and successful two-year period at Western League side Willand Rovers under Scott Rogers. Mat joined the Tivvy backroom staff in June 2015. Sponsored by: Available

Liam Armstrong (Goalkeeper) 18 – Promising young goalkeeper who is expected to have a high-profile future in the game and signed his first professional contract with Bristol Rovers this summer. Made 11 appearances for the Yellows last season on loan after Alexis Andre Jr was recalled and has decided to re-join for the full season, again on loan from Bristol Rovers. Sponsored by: Marian

Jamie Price (Defender) 31 – Club captain. Jamie Began his career at Yeovil Town in 2003 before joining Bideford in 2006, spending 12 months in North Devon. He then went on to spend 3 years at both Bridgwater and Weston Super Mare. He joined his hometown club Taunton Town in 2013 before swapping Claret and Blue for Yellow in the summer of 2016 and was an integral part of the promotion winning season. Last seasons Best Western Player of the Season. Sponsored by:
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Tom Gardner (Defender) 35 – Classy central defender who will likely exceed an amazing 600 career appearances for Tiverton this season. Began at Seaton Town in 1997 and spells at Bridport and Exmouth Town followed which brought him to the Yellows attention and eventually he joined in 2005 before he spent a brief three-month spell at Truro City in 2008. Players Player and Supporters Player of the Season last term and rightly regarded by many as a club legend. Sponsored by: Margaret O`Connor

Ben Mammola (Defender) 31 – Commanding centre half Ben began his career in the Exeter & District Leagues before his performances earned him a move to Southern League side Shortwood United in 2006 and played a starring role in an FA Cup victory at Ladysmead in 2007. Spells at Willand Rovers (2009-12) and Taunton Town (2012-15) followed before making the switch to Ladysmead in the summer of 2015. Last seasons Managers Player of the Season. Sponsored by: Tiverton Town Ability Counts

Isaac Furness (Defender) 24 - Defender capable of playing anywhere across the back four who spent seven years with Exeter City's youth setup, before becoming a Tiverton Town Under 18s player and then advancing onto the reserves at the start of the 2013/14 season. He made two first team appearances in 2014 and re-joined from Elmore in December 2018. Sponsored by: Available

Callum Hall (Defender) 21 – Left sided full back who impressed during a pre-season trial at the start of last term and was awarded Tivvy 12th Man Young Player of the Season. Spent 3 seasons at Plymouth Argyle before he was released, then spent 12 months at Saltash United. Sponsored by: Heard & Sendell

Dan Ball (Defender) 27 - Cultured defender signed in January 2019 on a one month loan from Bath City and made his debut in the 2-2 draw with Merthyr Town.

Jordan Dyer (Defender) 18 - Young defender signed from Exeter City on a one month loan in Jan 2019.

Liam Head (Defender) 27 – Central defender who began his career as a forward amongst the Plymouth Argyle youth ranks and also represented England. He made 11 appearances for the Yellows during 2010 and scored twice on loan from Argyle. He re-joins us from Buckland Athletic. Sponsored by: Available

Steve Colwell (Midfielder) 31 – Cultured and experienced midfielder who signed from Bodmin Town in December 2018. Previously played at Plymouth Parkway, where he was captain for a while, with both Michael and Levi Landricombe and has Southern League experience from his spell at Weymouth. Sponsored by: Available

Michael Landricombe (Midfielder) 30 – Vice captain Michael can play in defence as well as midfield and was the only player to start all 46 league matches for the Yellows last season. He signed permanently from Plymouth Parkway for the start of the 2016/17 season after making 3 appearances during the previous season. Previously with Tavistock and Elburton Villa. Sponsored by: I`m A Fan

Josh Key (Midfielder) 18 – Joined the Yellows in the summer on a six-month loan period from Exeter City. Pacy midfielder who has had previous Southern League experience, a three-month loan spell at Bideford during the 2017/18 season. Sponsored by: Available

Harrison Davis (Midfielder) 18 - Combative, ball playing midfielder Harrison joined on a three month loan from Southampton FC after impressing during pre-season. He joined the Saints academy in the summer of 2015 from the Torquay United academy, where he had spent the previous 5 and a half years Sponsored by: Available

Max Smallcombe (Midfielder) 18 – Signed on loan from Exeter City and made his debut in the 1-1 FA Trophy draw at Hartley Wintney. Max has had loan spells at Truro City and Bideford previously as well as representing Wales four times at U17 level. Sponsored by: Available

Ethan Phillips (Midfielder) 25 – Re-joined the club at the start of the season after impressing during pre-season. Ethan excelled with our reserves during the 2011/12 season but moved away in search of first team football. He signed again in 2014 from Bideford and chipped in with vital and memorable goals before leaving again at the end of the 2015/16 season. Sponsored by: Richard Lough

Tom Bath (Centre Forward) 24 – Joined the Yellows at the start of the 2016/17 season and chipped in with vital goals throughout that season, including one in each of the play-off victories over Taunton Town and Salisbury. Previously with Alphington and Willand Rovers, last season’s Young Player of the Season and scored an impressive 20 goals in all competitions. Sponsored by: Sara & Jeremy Smith

Levi Landricombe (Centre Forward) 28 – Prolific centre forward who recently scored his 100th goal in only 131 appearances since joining the Yellows in November 2015, showing his prowess instantly by scoring on his debut in a 5-1 win over Didcot and all four goals in a 4-3 win at Mangotsfield. Two seasons at both Tavistock and Elburton followed before Parkway snapped him up in and in the three-and-a-bit seasons that followed, he scored an amazing 136 goals. Sponsored by: Simon & Liam Ellis

Stewart Yetton (Centre Forward) 33 – Joined the Yellows for a second time in December 2018 from Plymouth Parkway. Previously made 30 appearances, scoring ten times between 04 and 06 before going on to play for Truro, where he is their all-time top scorer, and Weymouth. Sponsored by: Available


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