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This week’s North Devon Gazette Football League round-up

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Exmouth Town are busy preparing for the next South West Peninsula League season and the ambitious Southern Road Club are now seeking a commercial manager to make the most of what look unlimited opportunities to raise revenue and the profile of Town.

Upottery away at Sidmouth. Ref mhsp 6509-19-15TI. Picture: Terry Ife

Upottery have been selected as the East area choice in the Fresha Devon and Exeter league with regard to the fair play nomination and the Charles Norsworthy Trophy.

Millwey Rise Under 9s with their coaches Jamie Froom & Darren Clarke.

Millwey Rise had two teams in action at the Exeter and District Youth League finals held at the St James Park home of Exeter City.

Sidbury United after their Morrison Bell Cup win

Sidbury United completed their season in superb fashion with victory in the Morrison Bell Cup, writes Steve Birley.

Hollyoaks actors will play in the charity match.

What a first season it has been for the Budleigh Salterton Under-12 girls team, writes SpursTom.

Axminster Town's new home at Tiger Way

Axminster Town are preparing for one of the biggest nights in their history when they stage the first ever floodlit game at their new Tiger Way home this Friday night (May 22).

Honiton Town being presented with the Seaton Challenge Cup

Honiton Town finished off a magnificent season with a Seaton Town Challenge Cup final win, writes Steve Birley.

Feniton Primary School pupils Jamie Pitter and Finn Upsher who were part of the Sidmouth Warriors Under-9s team that won the Exeter and District Youth League KO Cup at Exeter City.

Feniton footballers Jamie Pitter and Finn Upsher have been celebrating after winning the Exeter and District Youth League Under- 9s Cup with their Sidmouth Warriors team mates.

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The Millwey Rise FC Presentation evening took place last Friday night at the Cloakham Lawns Sports and Social Club, writes Dick Sturch.

Sidmouth Wariors

Jamie Pitter scored a hat-trick as Sidmouth Warriors defeated Millwey Rise 3-1 at Exeter City’s St James’ Park ground in the final of the Exeter & District Youth League U9s’ Cup final, writes Christopher Elsom.

Topsham Town V Sidbury United. Ref shsp 1613-12-15AW. Picture: Alex Walton

Sidbury United booked a place in next Tuesday night’s Morrison Bell Cup final when they beat Upottery 2-0 on Wednesday night at Washbrook Meadow, Ottery St Mary.

Sidmouth Town 2nds at home to Newtown 2nds. Ref shsp 5450-16-15TI. Picture: Terry Ife

Sidmouth Town saw their season end in disappointment with a 2-1 defeat to Feniton in a Morrison Bell Cup semi-final played at Washbrook Meadow, Ottery St Mary.

Ottery St Mary Under-13s won the Exeter and District Youth League Plate final at St James Park, Exeter.

Barnstaple celebrate beating Hallen to reach the Les Phillips Cup final. Pic: Jay Smith

Barnstaple Town were denied a Toolstation Western League double as Willand Rovers secured the Les Phillips Cup on Sunday.

Torridgeside claim Brayford Cup win

Wednesday, May 13, 2015
Torridgeside won the 2015 Brayford Cup

Torridgeside beat Braunton in front of a huge crowd to claim the Brayford Cup.

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Dunkeswell bagged themselves a Golesworthy Cup final berth with a fine all-round show that was good enough to defeat Otterton 4-0.

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Offwell Rangers rounded off their Fresha League Division Seven campaign with an excellent all-round performance that saw them bank a deserved point from a 2-2 draw at Tivvy Park Rangers.

Colyton Cobras Under-13s celebrate after being crowned Plate winners at the Disneyland tournament

Colyton Cobras Under-13s have just returned from a highly successful five-day visit to France to compete in an international tournament at Disneyland, Paris.

Topsham Town V Sidbury United. Ref shsp 1677-12-15AW. Picture: Alex Walton

Sidbury United finished the Fresha League Premier Division season in a top four berth and that, for a side playing at the top level for the very first time, represents an excellent campaign.

Sidmouth Towns South West Peninsula League Eastern Division season may be over, but the Manstone Lane men still have work to do with a visit to Ottery St Mary on Tuesday night (May 12).

Exmouth Ammies V Honiton. Ref exsp 5754-19-15AW. Picture: Alex Walton

Exmouth Amateurs completed their Fresha league campaign with a midweek draw against the new holders of the Devon Senior Cup, Exwick Villa Reserves.

Exmouth Ammies V Honiton. Ref exsp 5771-19-15AW. Picture: Alex Walton

Honiton Town have a great chance to end a glorious season with a cup to sit alongside the Fresha League Division One trophy after they booked a Seaton Challenge Cup final place with a 2-0 win at Combe St Nicholas.

Exmouth Amateurs Under-15 Girls’ were desperately unfortunate to end up being beaten by a single goal when they entertained Tiverton-based Moors in a league game.

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Exmouth Amateurs claimed a major scalp in the penultimate game of the season when they defeated Fresha League One champions Honiton Town 1-0.

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