Cullompton Rangers AFC are thrilled to receive a donation of 30 Mitre Footballs from The Soccer Store. The training balls will be used by our first team as we prepare for the upcoming season. Jack Hart from The Soccer Store stated, “We are pleased to form this new relationship with... read more →
The first team return for pre season training this Thursday 23rd June 7pm start. All players old and new are welcome.
The first team still have some dates available for additional pre season friendlies . Any team interested please contact Clive Jones on 07989 240128 or email club secretary Alan Slark on email@example.com
The club have confirmed the management teams for next season. Clive Jones continues as manager of the first team assisted by Paul Pocock and Matthew Scott with James Smith continuing as manager of the reserves . Clive said “ Following a disappointing season last year we are delighted to have... read more →
Following Saturdays game with Crediton our end of season awards presentations took place with the winners as follows . Players Player of the year Adam Langabeer Supporters player of the year Adam Langabeer Managers player of the year Josh Pearson Congratulation to Langers and Josh on their awards.
Rangers got back to winning ways on Saturday with a deserved 2-1 victory over Crediton. The visitors started the better side and will be disappointed not to have taken the lead during the opening period wasting 3 or 4 good opportunities to take the lead . Rangers then grew into... read more →
Rangers put on a much improved performance in our Good Friday fixture at Elmore but couldn’t prevent our hosts from running out 1-0 winners. Before kick off both teams and supporters took part in a minutes applause for Elmore groundsman Dave Stenner who sadly passed away last week . Rangers... read more →
Rangers welcomed Elmore to Edenvale Park on Tuesday evening in a Mid Devon derby in which our visitors came out on top with a deserved 2-0 victory. Elmore started the game the better side all over the park whilst Rangers struggled to get into the game. We were limited to... read more →