East Budleigh Reserves produced an excellent victory to beat second-placed Broadclyst 4-2 thanks to goals from Morgan Pearce, Gav Russell, Marc Bowles and Daz Cardwell in a Macron League Division Seven meeting, writes Mark Auton.
Following Saturday’s excellent 5-1 win at Launceston, Exmouth Town remain some eight points clear of second placed Plymouth Argyle Reserves and 10 points clear of third placed Tavistock in what is going to be a close-run South West Peninsula League Premier Division title race.
The Budleigh Bowls Evening League has been a popular event over recent years at the Cricket Field Lane Club with teams from Budleigh, Exmouth, Sidmouth and Exonia competing for honours, writes David Roberts.
Exmouth Town can do no more than keep on winning their games and hope that title rivals Tavistock slip up in one of their remaining matches in the battle to win the South West Peninsula League, Premier Division, top honour.
Having been promoted at the start of the season from the Exeter & District Youth League U15 Division 2, it is fair to say that Budleigh Salterton have struggled at times to cope with the stronger challengers in Division 1 of the U16’s age group, writes SpursTom.
On a bitterly cold and blustery afternoon, Budleigh Salterton, who needed a win to booster their title hopes, did just that as they defeated Cullompton Rangers 2-0 in a Westward Developments Devon Women’s League Division One fixture, writes SpursTom.
Following six consecutive league defeats, Budleigh Salterton Reserves gained all three points when they travelled the short distance to take on Clyst Valley Reserves, winning the Macron Devon & Exeter Football League Division fixture 2-1, writes SpursTom.