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Feniton latest – a chat with the boss

Feniton made a welcome return to action after a couple of weeks without a game when they won their Scott Richards Solicitors Devon League home meeting with Clyst Valley 5-2. It was a win that sees the Ackland Park men sitting third in the fledgling table and both the teams above them have played one […]Read More

Cockles’ off to superb start in new league campaign

Exmouth made a winning start to the 2021-22 South West Premier league campaign, winning their home Devon derby meeting with Okehampton  40-6. If the first 15 minutes of action is to be a watermark for the season ahead, then the Cockles’ faithful are in for a treat this season! It took just three minutes for […]Read More

Otters up to third after seeing off Crediton United

Ottery St Mary warmed up for Wednesday night’s big East Devon derby – the Otters host Axminster Town in a Walter C Parsons Cup tie at The Adam Brice Tyres Washbrook Meadows (7.30pm) – by coming from a goal down to defeat Crediton United 2-1 and climb into third spot in the Scott Richards Solicitors […]Read More

Exmouth Town suffer cup knock-out in Plymouth

Exmouth Town’s journey in the FA Cup came to an end following a 3-1 defeat against Truro City on Saturday, writes John Dibsdall. When Town travelled to Bolitho Park, home of Plymouth Parkway but also the temporary home of Truro City. they were under no illusions of the task ahead of them and so it […]Read More

Withy edged out in close encounter at Bude

The following fifteen minutes was an equal one, the pace remained high, but both sides were enjoying a good amount of possession in the middle third of the field. A few good breaks from our boys looked promising, however the fast back line of Bude made sure of the tackle each time. Withy struck next […]Read More

Sidmouth Chiefs suffer opening game defeat

Sidmouth Chiefs suffered a 29-11 defeat in the opening game of the new Western Counties West League season, writes Terry O’Brien. Until a minute before half time, Sidmouth were in control of this game and deservedly leading albeit by a narrower margin than their play deserved. With the set pieces being evenly contested, it was the […]Read More

Phear Park play host to 100-year-old fund-raiser Gordon

Phear Park welcomed Gordon Short, who is celebrating his 100th birthday by visiting various bowls clubs in Devon, raising money for Devon Air Ambulance by playing a member of each club.  To date, Gordon has already raised £3,500 of his £5,000 target.  On his visit to Phear Park, Gordon played five ends against our club […]Read More

Exmouth Town Under-11s – can you help them with a

Exmouth Town have added yet another youth team to what is already a growing section. The Town Under-11s are being looked after by Richard Ralph and will be playing their regular football, both league and cup competitions in the Exeter & District Youth League. What the new Town team needs is to find a ‘partner’ […]Read More

Robins’ fail University examination

Budleigh Salterton went down 4-2 when they travelled to Topsham to face University in a Scott Richards Solicitors Devon League fixture. The Robin’s were not at their best, certainly in the first half of the game. They appeared lethargic – something they have certainly not been guilty of in other games this season. One of […]Read More

Exmouth Town’s FA Cup exit balanced by ‘good’ league results

The first Saturday of September may have brought FA Cup disappointment for Exmouth Town as they exited the competition, beaten 3-1 at Bolitho Park, Plymouth by Truro City, but there was encouragement to help ‘soften’ the FA Cup blow with news of first defeats of the Toolstation Western League campaign for two of the Town […]Read More