Exmouth Town’s Jordan Harris is the top five goal-scorers in the Toolstation Western League.
The 2019/20 non-league football season is officially over following a decision from the Football Association (FA).
It has been quite a season for Withycombe and they are top of the Tribute Devon One table as it stands having won all 17 games they have played.
The FA have declared that step five and six of the non-league pyramid will end immediately following the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Essex Senior League.
We want to know how you would end the football season.
Football leagues across the country postponed last weekend’s fixtures in an attempt to stop the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19.
With 50 days to go between now and the end of the season, Exmouth Town are looking to finish strongly in their Toolstation Western League campaign.
The league season will end on April 25 after the FA rejected requests to extend it past that date.
The county FA has encouraged leagues to decide whether they want players and officials shaking hands before a game.
With a wet February now in the history books, it is time to look back and vote for your player of the month.
The South West Peninsula League secretary has described this season as ‘one of the worst’ in terms of postponements
Just one week after Storm Ciara, Storm Dennis is set to hit British shores this weekend and cause further disruption to the football season.
With the first month of 2020 coming to a close, it is time to vote for your Town player of the month.
Exmouth Town closed the gap between themselves and Toolstation Western League leaders Plymouth Parkway to just three points as they beat Roman Glass St George 2-1 at Southern Road.
Budleigh Salterton boss Ric Withers was delighted with his team’s efforts as they started 2020 with a 5-2 win in their Scott Richards Solicitors North & East meeting at Greenway Lane.
The final month of 2019 has come to a close which means it’s time to choose your Town player of the month.
The record appearance holder for Tottenham Hotspur told Exeter Life that he has his doubts over whether the Portuguese is the right man for the job.
You’ve spent many Saturdays travelling to various clubs across Devon but how many badges can you name?
The league organisers have implemented the protocol after continued wet weather has caused havoc to the region’s pitches.
As 2019 draws to a close, here’s a look back on Exmouth Town’s year to date.
The fixtures for the 2020 Sidmouth Indoor Cricket League have been released ahead of the first ball in January.
The forward has made it back-to-back wins having swept more than half of the public vote.
Either Sidmouth or Upottery will be crowned 2019 champions as the two table-toppers square off in the final game of the season.
Following Aaron Denny’s success last month, it is time for you to vote for Nonmember’s star man.
Goals in either half from Ben Steer and Jordan Harris where enough to give Exmouth Town a 2-1 win over Shepton Mallet in the Toolstation Western League Premier Division.
The Devon and Exeter Football League (DEFL) fixtures secretary has requested clubs to get in touch if they are willing to play an extra fixture during the festive period.
After a weekend off due to bad weather, Exmouth Town are back in league action this Saturday as they take on Cribbs in the Toolstation Western Football League.
Tavistock v Exmouth Town (Saturday, November 2. 3pm)
Clubs will be allowed to postpone games without a referee’s pitch inspection as the region braces for more wet weather.
Exmouth Town won four out of five games in October, but who was the standout performer?