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Special Publication

SATURDAY'S Pitching In Southern League Premier Division South game against Harrow Borough will be the eighth time in the Yellows' history that they have played at Ladysmead on Armistice Day*.


To mark the occasion, the club has produced a special match-day programme that pays tribute by name to everyone from the locality who lost their life in the First and Second World Wars, as well as the more recent Falklands conflict.


The poppy-covered programme also features extensive interviews with Leigh Robinson, as a well as a biography of the new manager, and regular features like past matches between Tivvy and Harrow, and a look at the visitors' key men.

*For the record, Tiverton have won every home match that they have played on November 11 since 1919, with an aggregate scoreline of 23-6. Indeed, they have won 11 out of 12 matches, home and away, to have been played on that date. The exception was a 4-1 Southern Legaue Premier Division defeat at Cirencester in 2006.



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