MATCH PREVIEW: KIDLINGTON VS EXMOUTH TOWN
Exmouth Town will look to advance to the third qualifying round of the FA Trophy as they make the journey to Oxfordshire, to take on Kidlington at Yarnton Road.
Town are hoping to continue their strong cup form, where they have won two games on the spin, beating Tavistock in the Devon Bowl, and Wimborne via penalties to earn the fixture against Kidlington.
Kidlington play their football in the Southern League Division One Central, and currently sit in 14th, after a mixed start to the season.
The Greens had a difficult first few games, but have turned it around with wins against Thame United and North Leigh, as well as a draw against Kings Langley last weekend.
Speaking shortly after the Willand game, Kevin Hill said: “I look at it as a free hit, just go and enjoy it.
I don’t know a whole lot about them but sometimes that’s better, just go up there and give it our best.
If we win it will be a great day, sometimes you can read too much into the other teams, you can try to suss them out but if your own team doesn’t do what you want them to do, it makes no difference.”
Kidlington play their football at Yarnton Road, which is addressed at:
Ticket prices are as follows:
U16’s £1 or FREE if accompanied by adult
There are still a few seats availaible on the coach, which departs from the Circle of Care Community Stadium at 9:30, and Clyst St Mary at 9:45. Please contact Elaine Field (07759184876) to book.
There will be live Twitter updates throughout the game.