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Twyford Spartans Day

WE are looking forward - finally - to welcoming Twyford Spartans FC to our Pitching In Southern League Premier Division South game against Merthyr Town this weekend.


Our special Twyford Spartans Community Day, celebrating the young players of the club, has been nearly seven weeks in the making - it had originally been assigned for our game against Winchester City on Saturday, February 10, but that match fell victim to the weather.


All Spartans players coming to today's game wearing an official club coat or tracksuit top receive free admission to the match - as does an accompanying adult.


The Community Day is the second in successive weeks at Ladysmead, with the match against Hanwell Town last Saturday having been designated Moors Youth FC Day, when young players and their families of that club were our special guests.

The Community Days are part of the Yellows' firm commitment to being a club for the local community, immersed in the local community, and run by the local community.


Yellows’ Vice-Chairman Matthew Conridge said: “As we have always stressed, Tiverton Town are great supporters of youth football, and our relationship with clubs in our area benefits everyone, including the town and wider community."


Twyford Spartans was founded in 1975 and currently has 20 teams including a Veterans side and four girls' teams. Ages range from 5-18, and the Veterans are over 35.



They play their games at Amory Park, in Tiverton, and Happy Meadow, in Bickleigh. Training is on the Exe Valley Leisure Centre AstroTurf.

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