Match 41
10th March 1956
Aldershot v Exeter City

And in the Southern League
Exeter City Reserves v Hereford United

Monday March 12th 1956.
Southern League
Exeter City Reserves v Llanelly


Keith Thomas, signed from Plymouth Argyle last night, joined his former colleagues, Porteous and Willis, in Exeter City's team at Aldershot to day. The new player, an outside-right, has been with the Argyle for a little over two years. He is 26 years old, was born at Oswestry, and played for Sheffield Wednesday and Cardiff City before coming to Devon.

ALDERSHOT:- Jackman; Jefferson, Jackson; Alison, Reddie, McIlvenny;
Hampson, Gaynor, Lacey, Menzies, Flint.
EXETER CITY:- Hunter; Doyle, Mitchell; John, Harvey, Porteous; K. Thomas, Houghton, Sword, Willis, Rees.

Southern League 
Exeter City Res. v Hereford 

Playing against Hereford United at St James's Park Exeter City Reserves had almost the look of the first team as it was composed earlier in the season:- City:-Kelly; Walton, Foley; Dunne, Parr, Murphy; Grinney, Iggleden, Burke, Ellaway, Buckle.

Hereford were represented by: Sewell; Layton, Chilvers; Lloyd, Priddy, Mountford; Bowden, Williams, Jarman, Blair, Horton.

The City Reserves won by four goals to one, and after Buckle had given them an early lead Burke went on to score the other three. Horton scored Hereford's goal. There was a bit of bother between Dunne, Mountford, and Horton, the referee having to speak to all three men.

Monday March 12th 1956.

Southern League:- City Reserves 6 Llanelly 1, at Exeter.


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