A 27-24 win at Coney Hill – Bideford’s first on the road this season - kept them a safe distance away from the bottom three.
Brixington Blues Under-12s are celebrating a super sponsorship.
Exmouth were 22-21 winners at Cleve thanks to a superb second half display.
Millwey Rise Reserves defeated Feniton thirds in a hard-fought match played out on a heavy pitch with a strong wind making play even more difficult, writes Dick Sturch.
Local youth football derby in pictures.
Offwell Rangers were comprehensive 8-2 winners when they hosted Bradninch in a Fresha League Division Seven meeting.
Seaton Under-10s returned home from a visit to a cold Cullompton with a draw and a narrow defeat from matches against the hosts and Bradninch.
Despite slipping to a third successive defeat the team retuned home feeling they could, perhaps should, have taken at least a point for their efforts in South Devon.
It was the turn of Catherine King and Jan Roberts to provide Madeira excitement at the national ladies’ pair’ championship, writes Jude Latta.
There were tries galore when Honiton Hawks Under-7’s entertained Cullompton.
Honiton ladies skilfully negotiated their way into the last 32 clubs in the country in the Yetton Trophy competition, writes Julie Grant.
Twenty-nine members of Lyme Regis Bowls Club made the annual pilgrimage to Benbridge on the Isle of Wight, to enjoy a bowls knockout tournament and other festivities, writes Paul Moffitt.
Honiton’s wait for a victory this season continues after they went down 15-3 at home to Penzance Pirates, writes Jerry Rice.
Axminster bowlers enjoyed considerable success in the early rounds of the national knock-out competitions, writes David Harris.
There was another busy week of action in the East Devon Short Mat Bowls League last week, writes Caroline Pavey.
Honiton’s second XV recorded their first away victory of the season when they won 14-12 at Cullompton.
Bideford ABC fans were treated to a great night of boxing at the Durrant House Hotel on Friday.
Barnstaple Town are out of the FA Vase following a tight 2-1 defeat at Hengrove Athletic.
The Axe Cliff seniors section played their Winter League third round on a very wet, but playable course, writes Peter Motson.
The weather once again played its part in the latest round of Honiton Netball League matches with two second division games having to be called off due to heavy rain, writes Graham Ingram.
Feniton ended one of the two remaining Fresha League Premier Division unbeaten records when they thumped leaders Newtown on their own turf!
Honiton Town went down 2-0 to Sidbury United.
Honiton Town Reserves went down by the odd goal in five on the visit to Witheridge.
Millwey Rise were 7-3 winners when they travelled to East Budleigh Reserves for a Fresha League meeting, writes Dick Sturch.
Beer Albion reserves were held 1-1 by Starcross Generals in an entertaining Fresha League Division Five encounter at the Furzebrake, writes Richard Honnor.
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