Cockles win, Town held, Saturday sports round-up
PUBLISHED: 19:08 21 February 2015 | UPDATED: 19:08 21 February 2015
Half-time replacement Rich Cadywould helped Exmouth to a 21-12 victory bon the Devon derby against Newton Abbott.
In the other National Three (SW) matches Old Redingensians were 22-17 victors over Old Centralians and third Brixham thumped Chard 62-7.
Barnstaple beat Hornets 43-19, Bracknell won 13-10 at Bournemouth, Old Redcliffians were 19-14 winners over Weston-super-Mare and Oxford Harlequins went down 35-19 at home to Old Patesians.
In local football on the penultimate Saturday in February Exmouth Town shared two goals and the points with visiting Ivybridge Town at Southern Road.
Budleigh Salterton booked a last four berth in the Devon Premier Cup with a 4-1 success at South West Peninsula League Eastern Division Crediton United.
In the SWP League Eastern Division, Axminster Town bagged back-to-back wins, emerging victorious by the odd goal in eleven at home to Liverton United, but Sidmouth Town’s Eastern Division game with hosts Tavistock fell to an unfit surface.
In the Fresha League Beer Albion were 4-1 winners on their visit to Bow AAC for a Fresha League Premier Division game whilst Feniton won the East Devon derby 3-01 at Acland Park.
Honiton continued their merry march towards Fresha League Premier Division football with an emphatic 5-0 win at Westexe Rovers. That result keeps the Hippos top of the table.
Newton Poppleford won for only the second time in two tears when they defeated Culm United 5-4 in a Fresha league Two meeting.
In the Devon Senior Cup there was heartache for Exmouth Amateurs, beaten 4-3 at Lapford and in a Fresha league One game East Budleigh slipped closer to the drop zone with a 2-1 defeat at Clyst Valley.
Upottery bounced back from their cup exit seven days before at Landkey Town to maintain their superb Fresha League Two challenge with a 6-3 win at Topsham Town. That was an eighth win in nine league games at Glebe Park this season.
Sidmouth Town Reserves lost 4-1 at Manstone Lane to University 4ths.
Woodbury were 4-0 Fresha League Division Three winners in a game against Pinhoe.
Otterton moved three points clear at the top of Fresha Five with a 3-2 success at Halwill.
Ottery St Mary were beaten for the very first time in a Fresha League Six game this season. After 18 matches without defeat the Otters lost 2-0 at Newton St Cyres.
Make sure of your copy of the Exmouth Journal (out next on Thursday, February 26) for the match reports and post match comments.