A superb team effort saw Exmouth United Under-11s earn a 1-0 victory over the impressive Sidmouth Warriors.
Brixington United Under-13s were excellent value for their first clean sheet home victory of the season – and their second shut-out this term, as they defeated visiting Moors 2-0.
Failure to attend a gala at a venue nominated by the National Arena Swimming League Western Division has resulted in punitive maximum fines of £500 being applied to five swimming clubs, writes Ian Lang.
After the success of the Turf Lock row in the summer, Exmouth Gig Club members weren’t behind the door in committing to take part in a Sunday row to Topsham and back, writes Phil Gater.
This year has seen another milestone for the Sailability project, writes Rex Frost.
Withycombe made sure the form book ran true as they underlined their table-topping status to put hosts Newquay top the sword, beating the Cornish side 72-5.
Withycombe Under-13s were worthy 55-5 winners when they entertained Brixham.
Withycombe Under-10s were unlucky at Brixham where they had travelled with a much depleted squad of twelve to face the stern challenge of the hosts and were ultimately beaten 18-10.
Withycombe Under-12s were comfortable winners when they hosted Brixham at Raleigh Park.
Following the narrow defeat at Tavistock the previous week, Exmouth Under-14s were confident that they were capable of securing a much needed win when Tavy arrived at Imperial Road.
Exmouth Quins continued their unbeaten season with a 41-23 victory at Cullompton II.
The East Devon seniors played a three-ball better ball, at 3 Ball Better ball, writes Paul Willoughby.
Budleigh Reserves went down 3-0 at Bickleigh in a Fresha League Premier Division game, writes Conrad Thomas.
Budleigh Salterton Under-13 girl’s were narrowly beaten in a dramatic Graddon Vending Devon Cup quarter-final tie at Stoke Gabriel, writes Tony Smith.
Budleigh Salterton Under-15s powered their way into the last eight of the Graddon Vending Devon Cup with a terrific all-round show that saw them beat Pinhoe Spartans 8-1.
It’s time to polish your antlers for East Devon’s famous Reindeer Run which will take place on Saturday, December 5, in Otterton.
Eight Exmouth Harriers were at the City Runs organised 3k track races at a rather chilly Exeter Arena on Tuesday evening, writes Dave Eveleigh.
Budleigh Salterton Under-15s shared four goals with visiting West Exe Exiles, writes SpursTom
East Budleigh Reserves took on table toppers Millwey Rise at Vicarage Road and went down 7-3, writes Mark Auton.
Exe Ladies were 2-1 winners when they visited Lydney for their latest league outing.
Exe fifth team went down 4-1 when they came up against Sidmouth and Ottery (SOHC) thirds.
A Matt Dawson hat-trick helped Exmouth Town to a 5-1 victory at St Blazey, writes John Dibsdall.
Brixington Blues Under-12s’ excellent start to the season continued as they scored another five goals at home, securing a clean sheet victory over Sidmouth in the process.
Cranford Visions player Jonty Wright travelled to Warwickshire playing in a Badminton England Under-11 tournament at the weekend.
Mark Lever was the star of the show as Budleigh booked a Graddon Vending Devon Premier Cup last 16 tie with Teignmouth after a 4-2 success at Okehampton Argyle.
Brixington Blues Under-13s shared eight goals with hosts Broadclyst in an Exeter and District Youth League clash, writes Alan Diprose.
Lympstone shared six goals with Alphington in an entertaining Fresha League meeting.
Brixington Blues Under-12s are celebrating a super sponsorship.
Exmouth were 22-21 winners at Cleve thanks to a superb second half display.
Local youth football derby in pictures.
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