1st November 1958
Bradford City (h)
4th November 1958
Yeovil Town (a)
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1st
CITY 4 BRADFORD 0.
CITY FINISH OFF BRADFORD IN CHAMPION STYLE.
REES AND NICHOLLS TWO GOALS EACH.
Top of the League Exeter City, who were given a terrific reception by the crowd of ten thousand at St James's Park this afternoon, added a further win to their impressive record. Their Northern visitors, Bradford, were well beaten by 4 clear goals, and could have no possible complaints concerning the score against
City:- Hunter; Foley, MacDonald; Mitchell, Oliver, John; Stiffle, Rees, Calland, Nicholls, Dale.
Bradford: Routledge; Suddards, Bates; Dean, Batty, Robinson; Kendall, Brims, Buchanan, Atkinson, Devlin.
Today's victory puts the Grecians in a stronger position at the head of things in Division 4 with an advantage of one point over Coventry City and Port Vale, who are joint second. ....
EXETER CITY RESERVES 4.
Exeter after their long journey were slow starters on their first ever visit to the Old Road ground, Clacton. They went ahead however in the 15th minute when a bad clearance gave Rackley possession and that player's shot beat the goalkeeper.
CITY RESERVES TOP YEOVIL.
CITY RES 4 YEOVIL TOWN 2.
The last time Exeter City Reserves played Yeovil, on September 27th, they were soundly beaten to the tune of six goals to one. This time, in the Southern League at St James's Park Exeter won a deserved and meritorious victory by 4 goals to 2. Yeovil made about half-a-dozen changes in their team for this game, but if they are hoping to take this side to Southend in the F.A.Cup next week they had better make another half-dozen. For the City Reserves, playing as well as they played so far in the present season, made them look completely inferior, and easily beat them. Pulman gave Exeter the lead after 20 minutes and McConnon equalised just on half-time. By the time O'Donnell had scored again for Yeovil in the second half the Reserves had already got another two goals, Cleverly and Rapley. scoring. The final goal came from Hill 10 minutes from the end.