Withycombe ladies lifted the Pink Vase when they defeated Minehead Barbarians at Raleigh Park.
Exmouth finally got some light relief in their National Two (S) campaign as they ended the run of defeats since match day one, sharing 14 points with Redingensians at the Imperial Ground.
Cockles coach Jon Hill spoke after the 7-all draw with Redingensians.
Withycombe Under-11s were 5-4 winners when they entertained a small, but very talented Cullompton.
Withycombe Under-13s returned from their visit to Cullompton with a terrific 35-7 victory.
Exmouth ended their National Two (S) run of defeats when they shared 14 points with Readingensians at the Imperial Ground.
Exmouth face arguably their biggest match in recent seasons when they host Redingensians on Saturday, a match sponsored by C Sansom Ltd, kicking off at 2.30pm.
Withycombe went down 33-15 on their visit to Saltash.
Exmouth suffered their heaviest ever national two (S) defeat when thumped 83-7 by top-of-the-table Chinnor.
Following the 83-7 defeat at Chinnor, Cockles head coach Jon Hill made his usual honest and forthright assessment of the game.
Withycombe 2nd XV, playing their first Merit Table fixture of the season, were narrowly beaten 24-22 by visiting Barnstaple.
Withycombe Under-11s were 4-2 winners when they travelled to meet local rivals Sidmouth.
Withycombe Under-13s produced a superb all-round performance in their Sunday morning meeting with Topsham side at Raleigh Park last Sunday morning, on a glorious Autumn day, writes Tony Willis.
Withycombe were comfortable winners when they hosted Honiton for a Tribute Devon and Cornwall League derby at a sun soaked Raleigh Park that they won 36-10.
Exmouth Colts secured their first win of the season with an 11-7 success at Okehampton, writes Ian Urmston.
Exmouth head coach Jon Hill was magnanimous with his post match words after watching his Cockles side thumped by Redruth.
Withycombe Under-14s went down 17-7 when they entertained Topsham.
Exmouth host Redruth in a National Two (S) meeting at the Imperial Ground on Saturday (2.30pm).
Withycombe Under-13s were 14-0 winners when they visited Paignton for the first meeting between the two sides for some time.
Withycombe suffered a second defeat in three Tribute Cornwall and Devon outings when beaten 19-14 at Plymstock Albion.
Withycombe RFC are busy preparing for a big day next Sunday when they hope to introduce girl’s rugby to a wider audience.
Exmouth Colts slipped to a 15-7 defeat when they hosted Barnstaple Colts for a league encounter, writes Ian Urmston.
Cockles coach Jon Hill was very content after his side’s terrific performance at Henley that so nearly saw them bag what would have been a richly deserved victory.
Withycombe Under-15s served up another superb all-round performance to make progress in the Devon Cup with a 24-19 success against Brixham.
Withycombe Under-13s launched a new season in fine style, scoring no fewer than 17 tries in a big win over Teignmouth at Raleigh Park.
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