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Grecians take important victory at St James Park

Exeter City maintained their Sky Bet League Two promotion push as they sealed a 3-1 win over Swindon Town at St James Park.

The away side went ahead in the first half through Kaiyne Woolery, but were pegged back shortly after when Jake Taylor levelled for the Grecians.

Pierce Sweeney then put City ahead just before half-time from the penalty spot, before Jayden Stockley made sure the points were safe when he fired in late on.

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The GFrecians made two changes to the side that beat Port Vale 1-0 in midweek as...

City fall to defeat at St James Park

Exeter City suffered a 1-0 defeat against promotion rivals Mansfield Town which ended a run of seven games unbeaten at St James Park.

Mansfield striker Danny Rose scored the game’s only goal on the brink of half-time and City failed to provide a response on what was a disappointing afternoon for the Grecians.

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Paul Tisdale made four changes to the side that were held to a draw against Wycombe Wanderers last weekend with Craig Woodman and Kane Wilson re-entering the starting line-up alongside debutant Ryan Loft and Troy Brown,...

Newport County 2 City 1

Exeter City fell to a 2-1 defeat away at Newport County despite a spirited second half performance where they created enough chances to have earned something from the match.

After a first-half performance where they had created little and fell behind to a Padraig Amond header, City got back on level terms through a Jayden Stockley header and could have taken the lead with a couple more efforts at goal.

However, a goal from Robbie Willmott against the run of play put the hosts back in front. City pushed forward in search of an equaliser and had another effort blocked on the...

Grecians slip to defeat at St James Park

Exeter City slipped to a 4-1 defeat at home to Luton Town at St James Park in Sky Bet League Two.Goals from James Collins, Dan Potts, Danny Hylton and Harry Cornick did the damage for the visitors who were ruthless as they struck three quick-fire goals just after half-time when the scores were level at 1-1, after Jake Taylor levelled the match with an excellent finish.

The Grecians, who had access for the first time to the new changing room facilities in the IP Office stand, made one change from the side that earned a hard-fought point away to Wycombe Wanderers last weekend, as the...

Police are ready for the Devon Derby

Authored by News Desk
Posted: Wed, 09/14/2016 - 12:55pm

Devon and Cornwall Police have been planning for the Devon derby as Plymouth Argyle visits St James Park to take on Exeter City this weekend.

Chief Inspector Adrian Leisk, the police officer in charge of the operation said: “As a Force we are experienced in policing large scale sporting events such as this, and we have worked with both clubs to ensure the Devon derby is policed appropriately.

“There will be a police presence in the area throughout the day, and anyone who is intent on causing a disturbance will be dealt with swiftly and robustly.

“That said, a bit of...

Exeter City v Liverpool tickets LATEST

Authored by News Desk
Posted: Tue, 01/05/2016 - 8:09am

AS EXPECTED, tickets for the Grecians' Emirates FA Cup Third Round tie with Liverpool are now close to selling out.

A smattering of tickets, both seated and Big Bank, remain, and will continue to be sold to Season Ticket Holders, Gold, Silver, Bronze and Community Members until they are sold out.

Sales continue on a first-come, first-served basis at one per person.

For those looking to collect pre-purchased tickets on the day, please head to the booths at the relevant points. Please arrive early to avoid the queues, and hence avoid missing any of the action....

Blog: Student Life #7

If you’re not a football fan, that doesn’t matter. Keep reading.

Exeter City faced Crawley Town on Saturday in a tense game that Exeter looked to be winning 2 – 1 until the final minutes of play when Crawley managed to squeeze in an extra goal, leaving players and fans devastated at the 2 – 2 draw. Theoretically, Exeter should have won. However, from the perspective of the live crowd it was clear that Crawley deserved their equaliser; it was a miracle they hadn’t scored their second goal earlier.

Football fan or not, a trip to St James’ Park is essential for any student...

Remembering Adam Stansfield

Authored by AS9
Posted: Tue, 08/04/2015 - 12:02pm

It will be five years on 10 August since Adam succumbed to bowel cancer.

The charity set up in his name to raise awareness of bowel cancer in the young and help promote a healthy lifestyle through football continues to work hard to achieve its aims.

Since we began we have helped over 5,000 children through supporting PowerChair football in Devon, Downs Syndrome football in Devon, FA Junior Football Leaders Awards in Devon, Somerset and Herefordshire. We have also supported over 100 junior football teams in all of the three counties Adam played in.

We have worked in...

Match preview: Exeter City v AFC Bournemouth

City’s recent record in the Capital One Cup has rarely seen them get past the first round – that comes as little surprise though, considering the opposition that they faced since being back in the League.

Southampton, QPR (twice), Ipswich, Liverpool and Crystal Palace had been the six teams that have knocked out City since 2008 – taking the Tractorboys to extra-time was as close as City have got to causing an upset.

And now it is AFC Bournemouth that the Grecians face. In the past that prospect would have been a lot less daunting, but the sudden surge that the Cherries have...

Exeter City Ladies train to win at golf club

Exeter City Ladies FC and Exeter Golf and Country Club are pleased to announce that they are continuing their partnership from last season.

Every Thursday evening the ladies take part in a fitness training session at the golf club which is run by one of their trainers.

The training sessions have included spinning, circuit and bootcamp style training as well as SAQ (speed, agility, quickness) and weights based sessions.

The partnership between the two establishments is the first of its kind for women’s football in Exeter and shows the commitment that both Clubs have...

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