A group of Exmouth Town supporters that travelled with the Southern Road men to their South West Peninsula League Premier Division game with Falmouth Town, made a stop off to be pictured at a very special football memorial.
Exmouth Town’s incredible season of cup football success continued on Wednesday night as they won their Devon St Lukes Bowl semi-final against Exeter City, beating a youthful Grecians team 4-1 in a dramatic penalty shoot-out after the 90 minutes of action had ended 2-2.
The second Exmouth stint in National Two (S) is heading towards a similar conclusion to their first stay at the higher level as, following Saturday’s 36-12 Imperial Ground defeat at the hands of Cinderford, they are now 14 points adrift of safety and there remain just 25 points to be played for.
For the last two league matches, Budleigh Salterton Under-16s have not performed as well as expected, the latest disappointment came at home to West Exe Exiles on Saturday, against whom they suffered a 3-1 defeat, writes SpursTom.
While many of their club mates were enjoying the rural challenges of the Grizzly multi-terrain race at Seaton a handful of Exmouth Harriers preferred the roads of Bath where they ran the annual Half-Marathon, writes Dave Eveleigh.