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Helen Wilson has boxed her way to superb sum of money for Cancer Research.

Exmouth Harriers were out in force at the City Runs NY5, writes Kate Baker.

In the semi-final of the County Pairs, Jean Rainton and Penny Preece had a good win at Honiton against strong Honiton players, Carol Armytage and Gail Hawkes, writes Jean Healey.

The North Cornwall point-to-point that was held on the second Sunday of the year featured riding doubles for Darren Andrews and Darren Edwards on testing going at the Royal Cornwall Showground, writes Granville Taylor.

A men's friendly, at home to Madeira, ended in victory for the visitors on both rinks, writes Don Huish.

The Royal Cornwall Showground in Wadebridge will see the North Cornwall host the first Point-to-Point horse race meeting to be held in the Devon & Cornwall area in 2020, which takes place this Sunday (January 12), writes Donna Harris.

Football comes to the races next Tuesday (January 14) when Exeter Racecourse teams up with Exeter City Football Club for a day out on Haldon Hill, writes Lucy Johnson.

The Christmas holiday period saw little activity at Madeira until the Thursday when neighbours Budleigh came for a mixed match, writes Jean Healey.

The final friendly of the year, at Madeira, ended in a narrow win for Budleigh, who benefited from the loan of three members from the home side, writes Ann Huish.

Exmouth Harrier Ray Elston was in action at the Wellington Monument 10k, writes Kate Baler.

East Devon race ace Harry Tincknell will feature in a familiar line up of drivers who will drive the pair of Mazda RT24-Ps in the 2020 IMSA WeatherTech Sports Car Championship.

The final Exmouth Parkrun of 2019 took place on Saturday and no fewer than 502 completed the run.

In the Ashbury Dental Care Evening League, the Madeira Robins continued their challenge to head the table after their latest outing, writes Don Huish.

The annual Christmas Grand Draw and Buffet at Budleigh Bowls Club was a huge success, writes David Roberts.

At the tender age of 91 Tony Lim has proved that age has been no barrier to a very impressive sporting career, writes David Roberts.

As Christmas approaches the bowls friendly action, in terms of club versus club, reduces, but it remains a busy time for individual competitions, both within the club and externally, writes Jean Healey.

Budleigh bowlers have won their first round match in the Parrott Trophy competition, writes Don Huish.

Exe Jets were 48-32 winners when they met Replay in an Exmouth Netball league match.

The first Cornish fixture of the regional point-to-point season saw a healthy total of 54 runners contest the seven races at the Royal Cornwall Showground, Wadebridge, writes Granville Taylor.

Sixty Madeira members and guests attended the club's Christmas Luncheon, writes Jean Healey.

Madeira bowler Mark Perrott has been selected to play for Devon in the prestigious Liberty Cup meeting with Cornwall this coming Saturday (December 14), writes Jean Healey.

Exmouth Harriers Tom Merson and Ray Elston ran the Telford 10k this weekend, writes Kate Baker.

In the representative leagues the ladies did well in their Lane Trophy meeting with Honiton, writes Jean Healey.

Students from John Goldman's Exmouth Judo Centre gathered together at Exmouth Sports Centre for the annual awards evening.

Vision's academy players Jonty Wright and Josh Findel Hawkins paired up for the Devon open Bronze U17 doubles competition that was played in Torbay.

Former Lympstone ABC boxer Harry Webb was in fine form as he landed his latest success on a bill at Swindon ABC.

An Exmouth Olympian has finally received his bronze medal from the Sochi Winter Olympics.

The first of three Point-to-Point horse racing fixtures to be held at the popular track located at The Royal Cornwall Showground, Wadebridge, takes place on Sunday (December 8), writes Donna Harris.

A two-rink home friendly with Sidmouth saw the rink honours shared but the overall scores told a different story, writes Don Huish.

Exmouth Harriers have been busy of late, and racking up the successes too.

Madeira played friendly matches over the past week with the nett outcome being a bag of mixed results, writes Jean Healey.

Madeira bowlers were busy over the past week, writes Jean Healey.

Exmouth Harrier Rob Ellis has become the first winner of the Dave Eveleigh Trophy, writes Stephen Birley.

Harry Tincknell crossed the finish line in first place at the opening round of the Asian Le Mans Series in Shanghai after an incredible overtake with just three corners of the four hour race remaining.

A break in the torrential rain this week made for a fun, if slightly muddy Bicton Blister that took place last Sunday, writes Kate Baker.

Former Lympstone ABC member Harry 'The Hunter' Webb takes on his seventh fight as a professional this coming Saturday (November 30) on a bill at Swindon.

Exe Jets continued their dominance of the Exmouth Netball League as they defeated Assent 55-31.

Budleigh's ladies played well to gain four points from their latest Lane Trophy fixture against the powerful Torbay Club, writes Don Huish,

Practise cross country this winter on the Bicton all weather surfaces. Yes, if you are equestrian inclined and are fed up with all the rain then head to Bicton Arena for some cross country schooling on the all-weather surfaces, writes Lucy Johnson.

A new season, a new course, and a newly formed Club meeting gave a fresh feeling to the launch of the 2019/20 British point-to-point season at Dunsmore near Silverton, Devon, writes Granville Taylor.

East Devon race ace Harry Tincknell will continue his association with the Thunderhead Carlin Racing team having agreed terms to compete in the 2019/2020 Asian Le Mans Series.

Exmouth Harriers were out in force this weekend for the Drogo 10, a spectacular cross-country race beginning and ending at Castle Drogo, Drewsteignton, writes Kate Baker.

Exmouth ABC boxer Josh Riley has been selected for The Riviera Cup.

Lympstone ABC members have been busy at various shows in recent weeks.

Budleigh bowlers were in fine form when they contested a mixed home friendly against Chardstock, one that ended in a resounding victory for the home side, writes Don Huish.

Madeira ladies had a really good week in three competitions, taking the full 10 points each in the Lane Trophy and Foxlands, and going through to the next round of the Yetton Plate, writes Jean Healey.

Winter is upon us and it's time to wrap up warm and get some countryside fresh air, whilst attending the Dunsmore Club Point-to-Point Horse racing fixture, which will be held at Silverton on Sunday November 17, writes Donna Harris.

Last weekend also saw Exmouth Harrier Lisa Hatchard take part in the Gloucester 24 Hour Invitational Track Race, a historic track event where the British record and then world track record was set 37 years ago by Dave Dowdle, writes Kate Baker.

Madeira men played triples against Ottery St Mary, who do not have indoor rinks, and the afternoon resulted in massive wins on two of the Madeira rinks, the highest being Leighton Burston with Keith Weeks, Graham Cottey, who secured a 29-shot success, writes Jean Healey.

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