Tavi face a testing trip to Brixham in FA Vase
The Herald|October 26, 2021
TOP of the Western League will travel to top of the South West Peninsula League East in the FA Vase after Monday's draw gave Tavistock a trip to Brixham in round two.
STUART JAMES

The Lambs have been in superb form of late, rising to the top of the Western league Premier Division, while Brixham are having a fantastic season of their own having won all ten of their opening ten fixtures so far this season.

The tie will also see a return to Wall Park for Lambs winger Josh Parry, who signed for Tavi from the Fishermen earlier this season.

Speaking about the draw, Tavistock manager Stuart Henderson said: "It's going to be a difficult game.

Ideally, we would have liked a home tie and they are obviously flying in their league, so I think it will be a difficult afternoon for us.

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