Speaking after his side's victory over Bovey Tracey that took the Maer men to a lofty sixth in the Tolchards Devon Cricket League Premier Division, skipper Andrew Buzza spoke of his delight at his side's latest success.
Clyst St George's prolific batsman Sam Read is on target to score 1,000 league runs before the end of July after he rifled another century - his sixth of the campaign - as the Bohea Field men won at Sampford Peverell and Tiverton.
Earlier this month, 12-year-old Oliver Roper of Lympstone Dojo travelled to Bath University to train and grade with the Karate Union of Great Britain (KUGB) chairman, Andy Sherry, 9th Dan and Bob Poynton, 8th Dan.
Former Exmouth skipper Richard Baggs is these days more often seen marshalling many of the Maer ground youngsters in the club;'s22nd XI and, on matchday 12 of the Tolchards Devon League season, he rolled back the years to stroke an imperious 124 as the team won handsomely on their visit to Whimple for a C Division East game.
The Phear Park Over-60s A team scored another fine maximum eight point victory as their bid to land the Exeter and District League Division Four title continues to gather pace, writes Paul and Kay Beresford.
Woodbury and Newton St Cyres did themselves a big favour in their bid to climb away from the bottom three places in the Tolchards Devon League E Division East as they claimed a five wicket win over visiting Bideford, Littleham and Westward Ho! 2nd XI.
After Exmouth Town's successful 2018/19 season that saw them gain promotion to the Toolstation Western League they also achieved entry into the FA Cup and have been rewarded with a home tie in the extra preliminary round against Southern League Barnstaple Town the tie to be played on August 10, writes John Dibsdall.