Exmouth bagged a fifth win of the Tolchards Devon League top flight season with a six wicket Maer ground success over Bovey Tracey.
Topsham St James Under-11s endured a game of mixed fortunes as they ultimately los their Bradleys East Devon Youth League meeting with Budleigh Salterton, writes Ian Mason.
Clyst St George were involved in a dramatic low scoring affair at Tiverton from where they retuned with another win thanks a nine run success.
Topsham St James Under-12s travelled to Sampford Peverell for their re-arranged Cup match on a dark evening with rain again threatening.
Daniel Armstrong scored a wonderful century, but it was ultimately in a losing cause as Topsham St James 2nd XI went down by 46 runs in their D Division East meeting with Feniton at their Acland Park home.
Exmouth 2nds were edged out in a low scoring game against Paignton with the Maer ground seeing 20 wickets fall for a combined total of 196 runs.
Exmouth were beaten by four wickets when they travelled to the Recreation Ground, Torquay, for their latest Tolchards Devon League Premier Division game.
Topsham St James 2nd XI clocked up their second win of the season in fine style, crushing the nine men of Exwick by the massive margin of 177 runs, writes Mike Tracey.
Clyst St George 2nd XI were involved in a high scoring encounter when they met Shaldon Optimists 2nd XI with the match producing 625 runs for the loss of just 11 wickets.
Veteran Andy Procter answered a late-night call-up to lend Budleigh Salterton a hand and played a match-winning role in the four-wicket win at Ipplepen, writes Conrad Sutcliffe.
Clyst St George bounced back to winning ways with 37-run win over visiting Honiton.
Following a solid win against Buckland Monachorum last week, the Saints made the short trip to Foxhayes in Exwick, writes Matthew Williams.
Exmouth sit second in the Tolchards Devon League Premier Division after one third of the season following a 42-run win at Cornwood.
After last week’s embarrassing performance against Shaldon, Topsham St James had the opportunity to put things right against the league’s bottom side Buckland Monachorum, writes Brian Jeary.
Clyst St George suffered defeat for the first time this season in their Tolchards D Division (East) campaign when beaten by 108 runs at Chardstock.
Woodbury were well beaten by Whimple in their Tolchards Devon League D Division (East), going down by a margin of 114 runs.
The launch of this season’s Budleigh Salterton Community League cricket season has coincided with two weekends of glorious weather, writes Kevin Tyrrell.
Have you ever noticed that if you are on a train and pass a cricket match, there is never any action, writes Mike Tracey.
Callum French hit a maiden century to help Exmouth towards another Duckworth-Lewis win, this time over Heathcoat, writes Conrad Sutcliffe.
It was a day for young ladies and old men at Topsham last Saturday where Topsham St James went down by 111 runs to Filleigh in a 2nd XI Tolchards Devon League encounter, writes Mike Tracey.
Topsham St James 1st XI made the long trip down to Yelverton amidst the worries of Big Weekends, Bank Holiday traffic and road works, writes Brian Jeary.
Topsham St James Under-11s were involved in a thrilling meeting with Whimple that ended in an eight run victory form the young Saints, writes Ian Mason.
It was a bitter-sweet few days for Budleigh last week as they crashed out of the Euro Shopper Devon Senior Cup just days after making progress in the Devon T20 competition.
Topsham St James Under-13s bounced back from their last over defeat to Budleigh when they claimed a six wicket win at hosts Sandford, writes Samantha Isard.
Topsham St James Under-13 were beaten by Budleigh Salterton by five wickets, writes Samantha Isard.
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