Honiton Town returned to their early season form in style as they defeated Fresha League table-topping Elmore 2-0.
Barnstaple Town eased through in the second qualifying round of the FA Vase on Saturday.
Honiton Running Club had a good number of runners at the Minster Challenge seven-and-a-half mile multi-terrain race based in Axminster, writes Judy Davey.
The first couple of weeks of a new Honiton Netball league term have seen some interesting results, writes Graham Ingram.
The, nearly eight-mile Minster Challenge hosted by the Axe Valley Community College was well attended by AVR’s and despite the recent Indian summer the course still had plenty of boggy fields to run through, writes Dave Mutter.
If you want to keep fit and be entertained during the darker months ahead, look no further than Ottery St Mary Short Mat Bowling Club, writes Jenny Uren.
Millwey Rise edged into the next round of the Football Express Cup, beating hosts Royal Oak by the odd goal in seven, writes Dick Sturch.
Millwey Rise Reserves went out of the Geary Cup, beaten 4-1 after extra-time by Elmore Reserves, writes Dick Sturch.
Ottery St Mary Under-14s were in terrific form as they won 8-3 at St Martins.
Feniton bagged a berth in the next round of the Devon Senior Cup after an extra-time 3-2 success over Newtown.
Axminster Town skipper Jonny Hurford was the star of the show as the Tigers made it three wins in seven days and four in succession with a 2-1 win at Bovey Tracey.
Although the weekend weather was poor, there were good soaring conditions on both Wednesday and Thursday at Devon and Somerset Gliding Club.
Feniton Under-13s made it four games without defeat this season with a deserved success born out of a solid all-round show against Exeter Panthers.
Broadclyst Under-8s bagged a brace of victories when they played their latest round of matches in the Exeter and District Youth League.
Brixington Blues and Exmouth United played out a thrilling local derby when they met in an Exeter and District Youth League Under-16 Division Two game.
Exmouth Spartans have made a good start to the new Fresha League season.
The ladies of East Devon Golf Club have competed for the final trophies of the season in the Autumn Meeting, writes Helen Chiver.
The ‘Cases’ Somerset Rebels are the 2015 Premier League KO Cup Champions, the Rebels beating the Edinburgh Monarchs 92-88 on aggregate, writes Ian Belcher.
Sidmouth Town skipper Aaron Doble is unavailable through work commitments for the Vikings Saturday (October 3) home meeting with strugglers Liverton.
Axminster Town head for South Devon and a meeting with Bovey Tracey on Saturday (October 3).
Sidmouth Croquet Club held the Finals of tournaments played in blocks throughout the summer, writes David Butler.
Exmouth RFC host local rivals Newton Abbot RFC in the 1st round of the Devon Senior Cup this Saturday, 3pm kick off.
Sidmouth Chiefs bounced back in style with a bonus point success, and with it laid claim to local bragging rights, thanks to a 33-18 success at Cullompton.
Sidmouth Under-16s powered to a 57-12 victory at South Molton where they encountered an under-strength home side boosted by players from Tiverton.
Following the day’s action on the Blackmore Field on Saturday (October 2), England’s do or die match against Australia will be shown on the big screen, kicking off at 8pm, writes Terry O’Brien.
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