Budleigh Salterton Croquet Club member Harry Dodge is one of two people selected to represent England in the 2015 Under-21 Golf Croquet World Championship in Christchurch, New Zealand, writes Elaine Marsh.
All roads lead to Haldon Hill on February 8, when Exeter Racecourse stages its prestigious Super Sunday race fixture, writes Lucy Johnson.
Fifteen Exmouth Running Belles took part in the Blackdown Beast, writes Clare Medlock.
East Budleigh Chess Club won their derby meeting with Sidmouth Rovers when the pair met in the Champion Section of the Exeter and District Chess League, writes Brian Gosling.
Otters maintained their 100 per cent record in the Honiton Netball League when they came up against Hi Q, writes Graham Ingram.
The Cockles were knocked out of the Devon Cup by hosts Brixham.
Exmouth Under-13s served up a season’s best to date as they were edged out by Exeter Youth at the Imperial Ground.
Exeter Storm Volleyball Club, who draw players from across East Devon, are opening their doors to youngsters in the hope of introducing more people to the sport, writes Ben Fairweather.
The sun has shone for most of the time and, together with a nip in the air and early morning frosts, playing golf has been a pleasant, if chilly, experience of late, writes John Bridgman.
The South West Road Runners club have promoted a 10km race at or around New Year for some time, writes Dave Eveleigh.
The first half season’s fixtures of the Exmouth Snooker League were completed during the Festive break with the Number Nine B 3-2 winners at the Police Social Club B.
Withycombe Under-9s enjoyed two good encounters with visiting Sidmouth at Raleigh Park.
Withycombe Under-13s were 17-5 winners when they met neighbouring Sidmouth.
Withycombe put their promotion hopes in the hands of the top two as Crediton escaped with victory in a highly-charged encounter on Saturday.
Exmouth Under-16s were fully deserving of their 24-12 win over Torquay at the Imperial Ground.
Exmouth head coach Jon Hill spoke after the Cockles win at Chard.
It has been an eventful rugby week for yours truly with both my teams winning on the road.
A Hat-trick from Heather Edworthy sealed victory for Exe in their first game of 2015, writes Fiona Moran.
Withycombe Under-12s went down 14-7 when they entertained Sidmouth at Raleigh Park.
Comets were in good form as they defeated Rockettes 37-18, writes Louise Passmore.
A total prize fund of £550 is on offer in the mixed open race at this weekends (January 25) Point-to-Point, being held at the majestic course of Chipley Park, Tiverton, writes Donna Harris.
Darren Edwards was the jockey in form with a sparkling treble on an action packed nine-race card at the Silverton fixture at Black Forest Lodge, writes Granville Taylor.
With three successive defeats prior to last weekend, City’s previous recent run of good form had surprisingly stuttered to a halt, writes Gareth Hughes.
Cranford Cougars recorded their first win of the season with a 38-10 success over Replay, writes Louise Passmore.
Withycombe Under-11s were good value for a brace of wins over Sidmouth at Sidford Sports Ground.
Budleigh Salterton entertain Perry Street League outfit Combe St Nicholas in an Axminster Hospital Cup tie on Wednesday night (7.45pm).
Over thirty Axe Valley Pedallers blinked in the strong January sunshine outside Seaton Tram Station as they got ready for their first Sunday ride of 2015.
In the winter soaring season, the flight length is largely dependent on the direction and strength of the wind at North Hill Airfield, writes Jill Harmer.
The first week of fixtures in the Honiton Netball League after the festive break were hit by the weather with just two matches being played, writes Graham Ingram.
Brixington United Under-12s went down 4-2 when they hosted Colyton Red Socks in what was a thoroughly entertaining contest, writes Steve Birley.
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