Budleigh Salterton FC's Men's 1st team were knocked out of the A&S Interiors Ltd Devon Football League Cup.

They had beaten Ipplepen on penalties by 4-2 in the previous round, after drawing 1-1 in the normal 90 minutes of play.

But they fell to Newton on Saturday, May 11, who continued their 100 per cent win ratio over the Robins this season.]

The final score was 3-2 with Charlie Skinner and Jack Hocking on target for the Robins.

Earlier in the week, the Robins also completed their league season in the North-East Division by being given a home walkover against Appledore, who could not raise a side. ]

The weekend before, on May 4, a visit to North Molton Sports Club ended in a 1-5 defeat.

While it has proven to be a successful cup week for Budleigh Salterton Men 2nd.

They progressed to the semi-final of the Grandisson Cup at the expense of Farway United 1st by 5-0, with goals from Jack Hockings (2), Greg MacMartin (1), Paul Barnes (1) and Dan Tapp (1).

The match took place at Budleigh following the postponement on the original first scheduled date, but it remained a home match to Farway United.

As for the league games, the Robins 2nd completed the Devon & Exeter Football League, Division 3 season with a win and a loss.

They gained their first league win of 2024 on April 29 with a convincing 4-1 performance away at Bravehearts 1st, with goals coming from Greg MacMartin (2), Paul Barnes (1) and Max Robertson (1).

The final league encounter ended on May 4 with a 0-6 reverse away at Heavitree United 1st.

In the Devon Women’s Football League Premier Division, Budleigh Salterton Women suffered a loss against Plympton 2-5 at home with Kelsey Salter scoring both goals.

The following week, the away game against Plympton was a home walkover to Plympton.

On May 9 at TEIGNMOUTH, the Robinettes went down 0-4.

There was some good news, Budleigh themselves were given a home walkover against Crediton United.

Budleigh Salterton FC Veterans Reds, in the Stitch2Print Devon County Veterans League, Division One, were at home on April 26 to division leaders Inter City.

Unfortunately, it was a fruitless evening as they could not stop such a powerful outfit.

The Robins Veterans were hit 7-0.

Next up, it was a road trip on May 1 to contest the Kepring League Cup semi-final against Dawlish United, but it ended in a 1-2 defeat and cup exit.

It is still unclear how many of their remaining League matches will take place.