For the first week this season, the weather has won with rain causing the greens to be closed on one occasion making it difficult for those trying to fit in their rounds of club and county competitions, writes Jenny Smith.
The third race in the City Runs Run Exe Summer 5k Series was contested in a strong breeze that was into the runners’ faces as they ran back on the flood relief channel’s bank at Exwick, Exeter, writes Dave Eveleigh.
Exmouth Karate Academy and Lympstone dojo are delighted to be able to very successful grading for three senior and five junior members who all train at Exmouth and Lympstone under sensei’s Kevin Berry and Marianne Fox in Shotokan Karate, writes Richard Wellington.
In the first County Trophy match of the season, Budleigh made a great start to their campaign with a victory over Ottery St. Mary, winning on three of the four rinks and earning 14 of the 16 points on offer.
A dramatic increase in entries at this year’s Nunney International Horse Trials which take place from June 17-19 and is supported by Kingairloch Highland Estate, is testament to the event’s burgeoning popularity, writes Lucy Johnson.
The weekend’s main action in terms of local triathlon events took place in Torbay at the Velo Park, where no fewer than six of N1’s talented academy squad took part in the Geopark Triathlon, writes Ellie Dominey.
Will Biddick’s double at Bratton Down gave him his fifth winner in the last five days, and helped to elevate him into a narrow lead over Darren Edwards for the Devon & Cornwall title, writes Granville Taylor.
Bicton Arena’s five day showjumping spectacular takes place from Thursday, May 26 until Monday, May 30 when 800 horses will compete over five days in three separate arenas including the prestigious TopSpec Main Arena, writes Lucy Johnson.