Just when Exeter City fans were maybe beginning to lose heart, the Grecians last Saturday won their second game in a row beating Wimbledon 3-2 at home and stretched their unbeaten run to three games, writes Gareth Hughes.
The stunning venue of Kilworthy, overlooking Brentor near Tavistock, is the location for this weekends point-to-point meeting to be held in the Devon and Cornwall area, on Sunday (March 22), writes Donna Harris.
Budleigh Salterton had mixed fortunes last week with a penalty shoot-out cup exit followed swiftly by an excellent point on the road in the South West Peninsula League, Eastern Division, writes Alan Beer.
Budleigh Salterton Reserves took a short bus ride up the Exeter Road to Topsham for a Premier Division match against a University of Exeter Reserves side, who have been getting some good results of late, especially now that they can call upon more players whose involvement in the Universities League has finished for the season, writes SpursTom.
East Budleigh made the return journey to Honiton Town just seven days after a narrow home reversal but will be disappointed to have been two down in eighteen minutes at Mountbatten Park before succumbing to a 3-0 reversal, writes Mark Auton.
Having triumphed 7-0 the previous Saturday against the same opponents, any thought that Budleigh Salterton Under-14s may take it easy in their Exeter and District League meeting with Honiton were soon dispelled when they met five days later under the Greenway Lane floodlights, writes SpursTom.
Withycombe Under-12s were in superb form as they put hosts Brixham to the sword, beating the South Devon side 56-5 with Scott Acheson scoring hat-trick of tries and Will Cooper converting all eight of the tries the Withy youngsters scored.
Lympstone Lions became the first team this season to defeat Exeter and District Youth League Under-11 Division One pace makers Alphington Arrows, beating them 2-1 in an enthralling League Cup semi-final.
‘To be or not to be, that is the question, to be winners or losers, victors or vanquished, champions or merely the supporting cast’. All will be revealed when the 2015 Six Nations Rugby Tournament reaches its climax this coming weekend
In a moment reminiscent of the Solitaire du Figaro finish in Cherbourg, Exmouth sailor Sam Matson raced into Tor Bay just minutes behind French Figaro skipper Gwenolé Gahinet – Sam finished the final leg of the 2014 Solitaire just minutes behind Gwenolé, the pair taking first and second Rookie overall.