The Mablethorpe Marathon in coastal Lincolnshire might boast that it is ‘the friendly one’, but without the hoards of big city marathons it was a lonely run for Exmouth Harrier’s Ryan Snell leading from half way around the scenic course that he called ‘pancake flat’, writes Cathy Newman.
Louis Silk (11years and 33kgs) had the perfect warm up for his bout at Exmouth Pavilion on, Friday, October 16, when he unanimously outpointed Jon Jo Meade of Torbay on the Tiverton Tournament at the Heathcoat Social Club.
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.
The curtain has come down on another season at Phear Park Bowling Club, but the club finished in style with a win against near neighbours Madeira by five shots in a four rink friendly, writes Laurie Harries.
Day four of the 2015 Sidmouth Bowls Club tour took the party to Wareham, where, dropped off by Shawn, our charming coach driver, we rode to Swanage on the delightful steam railway, writes Susie Bonnell.
Budleigh Outdoor Bowls Club season ended on a high note in glorious sunny weather at Captain’s Day on Saturday with the news that both the ladies and men’s triples squads have gained promotion to higher divisions, writes Paul Griffin.
The past weekend was certainly a busy one for the Axe Valley Runners taking part in triathlon, duathlon, road and trail running showing, all showing AVR is indeed a diverse and talented club, writes Carol Austin.