Football

East Devon’s four South West Peninsula League Eastern Division teams are all in action today (November 18) with two at home and two on the road.

Budleigh Salterton ladies edged a close encounter at Ottery St Mary where they progressed to the next stage of the Westward Developments Devon Women’s League Cup, courtesy of a 2-1 success, writes SpursTom.

Brixington Blues Under-13s were 4-1 winners when they entertained Pinhoe Spartans in an Exeter and District Youth League game.

Amateur sports teams who need a helping hand in looking after their pitch have until the end of November to make their application to win £3,000 worth of grounds maintenance machinery.

Cameron Brown put some colour back in his manager’s cheek with a well-taken hat-trick away to local rivals Lympstone, as the Budleigh Salterton Reserves ended a miserable run of defeats with a 5-0 success at Lympstone in a Macron Division Three meeting, writes SpursTom.

Brixington Blues Under-9s won a thrilling Exeter and District Youth League KO Cup tie against Moors Youth, beating the Tiverton-based opposiiton 2-1 with their goals being scored by Harry Batten and Josh Lawrence.

East Budleigh were beaten 5-1 when they travelled to Exeter to meet University III in a Macron League game, writes Mark Auton.

Budleigh Salterton Under-15s eased their way into the third round of the Exeter and District Youth League Cup with a 4-0 win at Cullompton Rangers, writes SpursTom.

Budleigh Salterton Reserves battled well in what was ultimately a losing cause as they went down 5-2 at Sandford in a Macron League Division Three meeting, writes SpursTom.

Exmouth Town turn their attention to the FA Vase this Saturday when they enter the competition at the second round proper stage and have an attractive home draw with Wessex Premier League side Blackfield and Langley, writes John Dibsdall.

Exmouth Town’s South West Peninsula League Premier Division match against Launceston tonight (Wednesday) is off as a boiler at the club’s Southern Road home has broken down.

Exmouth Town are in Southern Road action tonight when they entertain Launceston in a South West Peninsula League Premier Division match (7.45pm).

East Budleigh Reserves completed a Macon League Division Eight ‘double’ as they beat Sandford 5-3 at Vicarage Road, writes Mark Auton.

Budleigh Salterton eased their way into the last 16 of the Throgmorton Devon Premier Cup with a 5-1 success over North Devon League Premier Division side Park United, writes Darren Fardoe.

Exmouth Spartans served up the perfect response to their heavy defeat at the hands of high-flying Bravehearts when they sent visiting Silverton home with their tails between their legs having beaten the Mid Devon men 5-0.

Exmouth Town have seen a seventh player depart to join last season’s Town boss Richard Pears at Barnstaple Town with Max Gillard moving to the North Devon club who ply their trade in the Evo-Stik Southern League West Division.

On the eve of Bonfire Night there were some real ‘sparklers’ that lit up the Millwey Rise Devon Intermediate Cup tie with Babbacombe Corinthian that Rise won 10-3, writes Dick Sturch.

Brixington Blues Under-13s made Exeter and District Youth League KO Cup progress with a 5-1 success at Twyford Spartans.

Millwey Rise Reserves were in ‘seventh heaven’ when they travelled to Tiverton in Mid Devon for a Macron League Division Eight meeting, writes Dick Sturch.

Brixington Blues Under-11s eased into the next round of the Exeter and District Youth League with a 7-1 success over CS Cheetahs.

Exmouth Town entertain Torpoint Athletic at Southern Road on Saturday (3pm), writes Martin Cook.

Budleigh Salterton Under-15s put West Exe Youth to the sword to the tune of a 9-1 score line when the pair met to contest three Exeter and District Youth League points, writes SpursTom.

Budleigh Salterton Reserves continue to find life tough in their Macron League Division Three campaign, writes SpursTom.

Budleigh Salterton bagged a second home win in the space of four days as they put Liverton to the sword, beating the visitors 7-0 at Greenway Lane.

Exmouth Spartans went down 6-1 when they travelled to the home ground of Western league side Willand Rovers for a Macron League Division Six meeting with high-flying Bravehearts, writes James Brown.

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