With the Exmouth Snooker League entering its final round of fixtures, the Conservative Club holds a handsome lead, due largely to beating the Police Social B by five frames to nil on three of their four encounters.
Taunton host The C&S Electrical Wholesale Raceday on Tuesday, February 20, when the first of the six races on the card, which boasts a very generous £66,744 in prize money, gets under way at 2.15pm, writes Richard Walsh.
East Budleigh Reserves staged one of the 20 odd Macron League games to survive another soggy Saturday, but they went down 4-1 in their home meeting with Division Eight table-toppers Okehampton Argyle, writes Mark Auton.
Whilst the biggest Exmouth Harriers turnout was at the Plymouth Westward Cross Country League this weekend, few would argue that the biggest challenge came in the Arc of Attrition 100-mile event in Cornwall, writes Cathy Newman.
A fantastic family day of point-to-point horse racing is on offer next weekend, beginning with the first of two meetings to take place at the popular track at Buckfastleigh, South Devon, on Sunday (February 18), writes Donna Harris.
Always closely contested matches, the meetings between the Budleigh and Exonia bowlers never disappoint and the recent meeting at Cricket Field Lane between the two clubs was again a lively affair, with the Budleigh team winning overall 44-31, writes David Roberts.
What a difference a year makes. Another washout last Saturday with our home match against Helston Athletic postponed and now re-arranged for Easter Monday, making it six postponements since we last played on December 9, writes John Dibsdall.