Rangers mark anniversary
EXETER & Tedburn Rangers women's football team are preparing to embark on their 30th season.
Founded as Exeter Rangers in 1982 by current president John Asher, it is one of the oldest women's clubs in the country.
The club merged with Tedburn St Mary a few years ago and now play their home games in the Westward Development Devon Women's League Premier Division in the Teignbridge village.
Club officials are keen to hear from ex-players with any stories and photographs with a view to organising a club re-union at some point during the coming season.
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And they are also looking to recruit more players for the campaign ahead.
Anyone over the age of 16, or who will turn 16 during the forthcoming season, who is interested in finding out more about joining the team should contact Jo Lawrence 07714 287520 or visit the club website at www.exeterandtedburnrangerslfc.co.uk.