Budleigh Salterton get sixy with Galmpton at Greenway Lane

11:12 24 February 2013

Mike Hancock in action for Budleigh against Teignmouth Town

Mike Hancock in action for Budleigh against Teignmouth Town

Copyright: I Hitchcock

Budleigh Salterton powered to a splendid six goal success at home to Galmpton on the final Saturday of February to keep their bid for a top two finish very much alive.

The Robins were good value for the clean sheet victory, something that has been rare this term with the team success on the road in league matches.

The victory was only their second clan sheet home win of the season with the other occasion being a 4-0 thumping of Okehampton Argyle.

Player-boss Danny Williams and Mark Lever both bagged braces and the other goals were scored by Mike Hancock and George Pannell.

Read Alan Beer’s match report in this week’s Exmouth Journal (out next on Thursday, February 28).


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