Just when Exeter City fans were maybe beginning to lose heart, the Grecians last Saturday won their second game in a row beating Wimbledon 3-2 at home and stretched their unbeaten run to three games, writes Gareth Hughes.
Budleigh Salterton had mixed fortunes last week with a penalty shoot-out cup exit followed swiftly by an excellent point on the road in the South West Peninsula League, Eastern Division, writes Alan Beer.
Budleigh Salterton Reserves took a short bus ride up the Exeter Road to Topsham for a Premier Division match against a University of Exeter Reserves side, who have been getting some good results of late, especially now that they can call upon more players whose involvement in the Universities League has finished for the season, writes SpursTom.
East Budleigh made the return journey to Honiton Town just seven days after a narrow home reversal but will be disappointed to have been two down in eighteen minutes at Mountbatten Park before succumbing to a 3-0 reversal, writes Mark Auton.
Having triumphed 7-0 the previous Saturday against the same opponents, any thought that Budleigh Salterton Under-14s may take it easy in their Exeter and District League meeting with Honiton were soon dispelled when they met five days later under the Greenway Lane floodlights, writes SpursTom.
Lympstone Lions became the first team this season to defeat Exeter and District Youth League Under-11 Division One pace makers Alphington Arrows, beating them 2-1 in an enthralling League Cup semi-final.
Exmouth Town were the width of a goalpost away from securing their first victory of 2015, but had to settle for their sixth draw in as many games as a highly entertaining match with Plymouth Parkway finished 2-2, writes John Dibsdall.
Budleigh Under-14s added yet more goals to their ever increasing total in a goal-laden season, beating Honiton 7-0 to maintain their Exeter and District Youth League Division Two title bid, writes SpursTom.