Cricket

Thursday, July 23, 2015

Exmouth’s love affair with the T20 competition continued as they regained the Servicemaster Devon T20 crown they won last season, defeating North Devon by 39-runs in the final on another super Sunday for the Maer ground faithful.

Budleigh bashed – again!

Thursday, July 23, 2015
Sam Richardson sets off for another run

For the second successive week Budleigh suffered a heavy Tolchards Devon League A Division defeat as they went down by six wickets in a contest that lasted just 52.5 overs.

Budleigh Academy line up

Budleigh Cricket Club have been working this season with youngsters from Otterton Primary School.

Cricket. A view from the score box

Topsham St James Under-12s suffered County Sports Cup quarter-final disappointment as they were beaten by Seaton by eight wickets, writes Sam Isard.

Clyst St George batsman Steve May

Clyst St George batsman Steve May flogged a double hundred in the 2nd XI’s 135-run win over Babbacombe, writes Conrad Sutcliffe.

David Lloyd will be speaking at Whimple Cricket Club in October

Whimple CC have announced that they are to host an evening with David Lloyd in October.

Sandy Allen hits out

Exmouth gave their flickering Tolchards Devon League title hopes a huge boost as they defeated title-chasing North Devon by 39 runs at Instow.

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Topsham St James Cricket Club has successfully been awarded a grant to enhance its facilities approved by the Devon Cricket Board.

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Topsham St James Under-12s had a 37-run win when they met Seaton in a Bradleys East Devon Youth League fixture.

Budleigh celebrate a wicket

Budleigh’s eight-match winning run in all competitions was unceremoniously ended when they were well beaten by Bradninch on match day 11 of the Tolchards Devon league campaign.

Budleigh Salterton CC have announced the departure of 1st XI skipper Lloyd White.

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Ollie Pugsley served up a stunning performance with the ball as Exmouth eased their way into the Finals Day of the East Devon Youth League County Sports Under-13 cup with victory over neighbours Budleigh Salterton.

Topsham St James IIs won for the first time this season in a tight encounter with local rivals Kenn at Bonfire Field.

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Topsham St James won for the fifth time in the D Division West this season when they beat Kenn by 27 runs after an enthralling contest.

Exmouth V Exeter. Bobby Dawson makes a run. Ref exsp 2169-28-15AW. Picture: Alex Walton

Exmouth serve up ‘poorest effort’ with bat for some time.

Clyst Hydon sit just a dozen points off a Tolchards Devon D Division West promotion berth after they won the East Devon derby meeting with Woodbury by 47 runs.

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The Budleigh CC Community League returned to action last weekend, writes Kevin Tyrell.

Cricket. A view from the score box

Budleigh Salterton’s wining run continued as they recorded a superb four wicket success against the Tolchards League A Division morning leaders Brixham.

Topsham St James IIs won for the first time this season in a tight encounter with local rivals Kenn at Bonfire Field.

Richard Baggs at the non-strikers end

Exmouth suffered a disappointing defeat to Bovey Tracey and arrived at the halfway mark in the Tolchards Devon league Premier Division campaign sitting sixth, some 32 points behind leaders North Devon.

Topsham St James Under-12s were narriowly beaten when they took on Ottery St Mary at Bonfire Field, writes Sam Isard.

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Topsham St James IIs search for a first league win of the season continued with a short trip up the M5 to take on Cullompton on Saturday.

Cricket. A view from the score box

Budleigh Salterton had previously winless South Devon under the cosh in the South Devon League but couldn’t finish them off and paid the price!

Budleigh's Charles Morris prepares to bowl at the Maer against on Saturday. Photo by Simon Horn. Rerf exsp 5441-26-12SH To order your copy of this photograph visit www.exmouthjournal.co.uk and click on myphotos24

Former Budleigh Salterton and Devon paceman Charlie Morris has reached a landmark in First Class cricket by taking his 100th wicket, writes Conrad Sutcliffe.

Budleigh sit in a Tolchards Devon League A Division promotion place at the halfway stage of the campaign after a 47-run win at Lewdown.

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