Friday's heavy rain across the region may well resulting some of the local cricket matches being cancelled. That would be a shame for, with just three match days remaining, things are bubbling up nicely in a number of the divisions.
Exmouth Town Reserves were edged out in an eventful midweek Southern Road meeting with Okehampton Argyle in the last preseason friendly before the Town second string begin their new life as a Devon League side on Saturday.
After a heavy downpour cut short last year's Open Show, it was with fingers tightly crossed that it wasn't repeated this year. The Open Show, the largest competitive event of Exe Equestrian Club's season, took place at Nutwell Court, courtesy of Nigel and Paula Lee.
After 13 matchdays of the 18 matchday Tolchards Devon cricket League season, the clubs playing in the 11 division's from Premier, A, B and divisions' C East to H East, have so far sent down a whopping 17,180 wides.
Fourteen years after they resigned from the Toolstation Western League, Exmouth Town will this Saturday make their long awaited return when Bridport are the visitors to Southern Road after Town's promotion to the Premier Division, writes John Dibsdall.