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Football

Exmouth Amateurs former players are set for their next meeting.

Goal!

Exmouth Amateurs have put the final touches to a busy period of pre-season matches prior to the 2016/17 Macron Devon and Exeter Football League season.

Axminster Town's Les Boundy reeives the cheque from Devon FA CEO Paul Morrison

Axminster Town FC were honoured at the recent South West Peninsula League presentation evening held at the Holiday Inn, Plymouth.

The new Exmouth Amateurs management team for the coming Macron Devon and Exeter Football League season. (Left to right); Chairman Adam Reid, club coach Rick Withers, 1st team manager Jason Margrett, 2nd team manager, Chris Curly Watts and 3rd team manager Rob Parker.

Exmouth Amateurs have wasted little time during the close season to put in place a strong management team to see them into the 2016/17 Macron Devon and Exeter League season.

A great shot of a soccer ball Doni and I shot with the rest of the sports stuff. Man, the sun was hot that day!

Budleigh Salterton are the first team to win the South West Peninsula League Under-21 Cup.

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Budleigh Under-15s ended the Exeter and District Youth League season as the Division One champions, but there were some concerns for the young Greenway Lane men before they could celebrate a terrific campaign, writes SpursTom.

The Budleigh Salterton Football Club Presentation Evening was held at the weekend and saw a large turnout sit to enjoy a two-course meal before the presentation of playing awards by club chairman Peter Savage.

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Budleigh Salterton girls Under-13s completed their season campaign with defeats against the league’s top two sides, writes SpursTom.

Ammies boss Jody Bolt hands the Ammies golden boot to 2nd team Dann Tapp

The Warren View home of Exmouth Amateurs played host to the club’s end of season presentation on Friday night.

Goal!

Exmouth amateurs completed their football league season at the weekend with the third team drawing 2-2 with Witheridge.

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East Budleigh turned up at Vicarage Road for their last game of the season in Fresha Devon and Exeter league Division Two last Saturday, but had their afternoon cut short when warming up, receiving a call to say that the away side were unable to get a team, writes Mark Auton.

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Exmouth Amateurs third team brought the curtain down on their season with a 2-2 Warren View draw with s over Witheridge thirds.

Brixington Blues Under-13s made the long trip to Cheriton Fitzpaine to conclude their Exeter and District Youth League season, writes Alan Diprose.

Brixington Blues Under-12s at St James Park, Exeter

Brixington Blues Under-12s rounded off their season in super style, lifting the Exeter and District Youth League KO Cup at the St James’ Park home of Exeter City Football Club.

Exmouth United Under-11 player Kuba Strzalkowski lifts the ball over the Copplestone Colts goalkeeper.

Exmouth United Under-11s were 4-2 winners when they entertained Copplestone Colts.

Exmouth Town played Bodmin at the Southern Road ground on Saturday. Ref exsp 18-16SH 2807. Picture: Simon Horn.

Exmouth Town completed their season in style with a resounding 4-1 victory at relegation threatened Newquay last Saturday, writes John Dibsdall.

Brixington Blues with their trophies at St James Park Exeter.

Brixington Blues lifted the Exeter and District KO Cup when they beat CS Cougars 4-1 in the final at the St James Park home of Exeter City.

Sidmouth Reserves played Exmouth Ammies at Warren View on Saturday and the Sidmouth goalie clashes with an Exmouth forward to clear the ball. Ref exsp 19-16SH 3946. Picture: Simon Horn.

Exmouth Amateurs made sure of a return to the Premier Division of the Fresha League after a 4-0 over Sidmouth Town Reserves.

Frank Delling birthday match action

Exmouth footballer Frank Delling recently enjoyed a match at the St James’ Park home of Exeter City that was put together to celebrate his birthday.

East Budleigh draw at Chulmleigh

Thursday, May 5, 2016
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The Pavilion Chulmleigh was the setting for East Budleigh’s latest away fixture and after a creditable performance they came away with a share of the spoils from a 1-1 draw, writes Mark Auton.

Exmouth Amateurs bounced back from their midweek defeat to Sidmouth Town Reserves to defeat Lympstone in a derby meeting that proved to be a close encounter from start to finish.

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Brixington Blues Under-13s were 2-1 winners when they made a midweek visit to Sidmouth for an end-of-season game that had nothing on it for them other than a desire to land derby success, writes Alan Diprose.

Brixington Blues Under-11s beat Sidmouth Warriors 4-2 in their latest Exeter and District Youth League game.

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Exmouth Town were fully deserving of the point they bagged from their Bank Holiday Monday afternoon visit to Helston.

Exmouth Town completed their home fixtures in the South West Peninsula Premier Division when they went down 2-0 to title favourites Bodmin in a game that was never truly won until the second goal late in added time, writes John Dibsdall.

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