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  • Writer's pictureJulen Beer

Scott Walker Post-Match | One Of Our Own Cup

Junior Grecians manager Scott Walker spoke to the press after his side's emphatic victory in the One Of Our Own Cup final on Sunday.

"What a thriller of a game! I must admit, it was an amazing game to be involved in - social media must have been going crazy!"

"As a collective the team played outstanding in the second half. The turning point must have been when there was a slight muddle-up at the back and Quinn, of all players, was on his front foot and was able to tap it in the back of the net. That was great for us".

'I couldn't possibly highlight one player. It was a collective - everyone today really dug deep, trained really hard throughout the week, there was huge camaraderie in the dressing room after the game. You could tell that they were all really buzzing with the result".

"We're really going to rock into town, maybe go to McDonald's and I may even go for a large cheeseburger meal!"

Have you got your virtual match ticket?

The virtual match ticketing process is being used to test the Club’s new ticketing system. Ticket sales close at 23:59pm on Sunday, May 16.

Each ticket has been costed to give a range of options for your donation to our chosen charities, and so the prices are as follows:

  • Seated: £5.00 Adult /£2.00 Kids

  • Family: £10.00 Family (2x Adult & 2x Kids) *discount automatically applied at checkout

  • Standing: £3.50 /£1.50 Kids

To purchase your ticket, please click here

As always, feedback on the ticketing system would be welcomed, so please share any thoughts via


Whilst the match is virtual, your ticket will be used to enter you into the One of Our Own Cup prize draw, with prizes including:

  • Half-day at the training ground up to four people

  • Signed First Team Shirts

  • Our new limited edition One of Our Own Shirts – Signed by academy graduate

  • Signed Kick it Out T-Shirts

  • Three-course lunch for two - The Pig at Combe

  • Bonus runner-up mystery prizes


Entry into the draw will help to raise funds for Exeter City Community Trust and Exeter Community Initiatives, each of whom have done – and will continue to do – vital work in our local community.

In the past year, both these organisations have been a part of the City’s community Covid response, and whilst there are better times ahead for many of us, there are still those within the City and Greater Exeter area who will benefit hugely from the direct support that your donation/ticket price will help these charities to provide all year round.


You can also help to raise funds for CCT and ECI by sponsoring the game. These sponsorships will be invaluable to our aim of raising money for the City Community Trust and Exeter Community Initiatives, and should you also wish to help to raise funds for two incredibly valuable community organisations, then please contact our Director of Community Engagement, Elaine Davis via

A big thank you to all our sponsors for the game:

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