Football

The Exmouth Tigers Disability 5-a-side Football Club was formed four years ago.

Exmouth Town have completed their first signing of the close season with the news of the arrival of Tom Gardner at Southern Road.

The players, managers and staff gathered to commemorate all the hard work gone in to the season.

East Budleigh Reserves completed their campaign at Ottery St Mary in a midweek evening Golesworthy Cup final and, after battling well, lost out to a very good Dunkeswell outfit, writes Mark Auton.

The Exeter & District Youth League awards were held Corn Exchange in Exeter and Exmouth United Under-14s were in attendance to receive their trophy.

The news that Exmouth Town had been eagerly awaiting finally came through at the weekend with confirmation that Town had achieved promotion and would be plying their trade next season in the Toolstation Western League Premier Division, writes John Dibsdall.

Budleigh Under-14 girls went down 6-2 in their final outing of the Devon Girls League campaign, writes SpursTom.

Exmouth United finished their season on a massive high as they beat Okehampton 2-1 in the Exeter and District Youth League Under-13s Plate final.

Exmouth Town's Southern Road clubhouse was thriving on Saturday night as Town staged their Player of the Year awards.

Lympstone have been crowned Macron Devon and Exeter League Division Three champions.

Brixington Blues Under-10s powered their way to a 9-0 success over Sidmouth when the teams met to contest an Exeter and District Youth league end-of-season match.

Budleigh Salterton Under-14s suffered a mixed bag of results in their latest two Devon Girls League matches, writes SpursTom.

Exmouth Town will celebrate their superb season this coming Saturday (May 11) when they host their annual Presentation Evening at the Southern Road clubhouse.

East Budleigh Reserves completed their league campaign in Macron League Seven with a 5-1 defeat to champions Cowick Barton last Saturday; the Exeter side showing Budleigh what a good side they are, writes Mark Auton.

Lympstone Lions Under-10s won the Exeter and District Youth League Plate competition thanks to an extra time goal from William Esson.

East Budleigh completed their Macron League Division Three season with a good all-round performance to beat opponents Tedburn St Mary last Saturday, writes Mark Auton.

Exmouth Town thirds went down 5-0 in their final game of the Macron League Division Eight season, but the score lien was certainly harsh on another battling performance from the Southern Road men.

Budleigh Salterton ladies long-serving goalkeeper Katherine Binmore enjoyed a wonderful afternoon at her testimonial game, one that saw the Robinettes, who were recently crowned Devon Women's League Division One champions, shared 10 goals with Ottery St Mary ladies, the side who finished second to them in the league, writes SpursTom.

Exmouth Town came oh so close to fulfilling their dream of winning the South West Peninsula Premier Division crown, but fell agonisingly short at the final hurdle, writes John Dibsdall.

Exmouth Town Under-13s brought the curtain down on their Exeter and District Youth League season with a 5-1 home defeat to Millwey Rise.

Budleigh Salterton Under-16s were good value for a 2-1 success when they met Sidmouth Warriors in what was, for both teams, the final game of their respective Exeter and District Youth League campaigns, writes SpursTom.

Exmouth United Under-14s were crowned Exeter and District Youth League Division Two champions after a 4-2 win over local rivals Lympstone Youth.

Brixington Blues Under-14s brought the curtain down on their Exeter and District Youth League campaign with a 1-0 win over Sidmouth Warriors.

Exmouth Town had to settle for the runners-up spot in the South West Peninsula League Premier Division title race after they drew their final game of the league campaign while title rivals Tavistock won theirs.

Exmouth Town Under-18s won the Wootton Printers Devon Cup for the first time in the club's history when they overcame Plymouth based YMCA All Saints 3-1 in the final held at the Devon FA Headquarters in Newton Abbot on Thursday evening, writes John Dibsdall.

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