Another blank weekend as the first team match away to Okehampton is OFF, having fallen to the weather.
Tomorrow's match at home against Torrington has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch. However, those of you booked in will be pleased to know that the 'PRE-MATCH SUPPORTERS MEAL' event is still very much on.
Saturday saw Cullompton visiting Stoke Gabriel, who have had a good run of results since they came to Cullompton in early December. The game kicked off in bright sunshine on a pitch left soft after continuous rain. The home side were the first to settle and won a couple of... read more →
Cullompton welcomed Newton Abbot Spurs to Adopstar Park on Saturday. Cully had Sam Bryant and Ben Scott back from their one match suspensions. Newton began the game brightly, pushing forward looking for an early strike. Cully though were resolute in defence and gradually grew into the game. Just as Cully... read more →
Cullompton welcomed Teignmouth to Adopstar Park for Saturday's game. Teignmouth had two former Cully favourites in their ranks: Ash Donohue and Isaac Reed. At kick off Cully were dealt an early blow when central defender Matt Futcher twisted his ankle in the warm up and Will Pinnick dropped out because... read more →
Last Saturday’s home game was sponsored by Doreen Partridge and Westcott Sand and Aggregate in memory of “Rocket “ Ron Partridge who sadly passed away in December last year. The sponsors organised a half time raffle which raised £180 for the British Heart and Lung Foundation. Well done guys.
Cullompton welcomed Bovey Tracey who were looking to avenge their 4-1 defeat by Cullompton earlier this season. Today's game was sponsored by Doreen Partridge and family in memory of long time club stalwart "Rocket" Ron. The game began on a difficult playing surface with heavy frost over the past week... read more →
Cullompton were faced with an away trip to league leaders Ivybridge, looking to avenge their 4-1 home defeat earlier in the season. The game began in bright sunshine but with a bitterly cold wind and it was Cully who began the brightest, taking the game to the home side. Ivybridge... read more →