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As Sidmouth’s indoor bowling season draws to a close, the serious business of the Club’s finals days contrast with the more relaxed atmosphere of the President’s Day invitation event – writes David Fairclough and Zena Johnson

Charterbank Potburys cycling team has achieved its first podium finish of the season, writes Chris Eccles.

Terry Hartnell in the centre collecting his award from the main sponsors Chris Chapple (right) of Seaton Angling Centre and Nathan Cox (left) of Rod Rings and Things.

Honiton Sea Angling Club were well represented at the Chesil Championships, held along stretches of the popular Dorset beach, writes Mike Spiller.

The first of a new season of City Runs Exeter 5k Series saw a number of Exmouth Harriers runners taking part, writes Dave Eveleigh.

Phear Park Bowling Club's new president John Anderson is pictured with club members before his opening drive on Sunday. Ref exsp 3921-17-15SH. Picture: Simon Horn

Phear Park Bowling Club’s season opened on Sunday with the traditional President’s day when President John Anderson delivered the first wood of the season, writes Lawrie Harries.

Seaton Bowling Club members came together on Sunday to open the summer season, writes Linda Stone.

Honiton Running Club held its Hippo and Calf runs last Sunday with the base at Honiton Primary School.

Axe Valley Runners at the Hippo

Axe Valley Runners James Trewick and Shaun Denslow lined up on the start of the world’s third largest marathon alongside 56,000 runners on the Champs-Elysees, Paris, in glorious sunshine, writes Dave Mutter.

Feniton BC are back outdoors after holding their opening drive on a gloriously sunny Sunday afternoon.

A day of glorious weather combined with one of the club’s best turnout of visitors made Sunday’s’ new season open day at Charmouth one of the best on record.

Exmouth Harriers Mike Musgrove (centre) and Pete Fletcher (right) with local resident Paul Dowling, at the Manchester Marathon.

Fancying a change from London Exmouth Harriers Mike Musgrove and Pete Fletcher went north to try the Manchester Marathon, writes Dave Eveleigh.

Laura Jones and Rebecca Fagg who ran well at the Plymouth Half Marathon

Almost 4,000 runners completed the 2015 Plymouth Half Marathon, writes Dave Eveleigh.

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Ladies’ Night at Exeter Racecourse on Tuesday, May 5 is when the glitz and glamour of racing descend on Haldon Hill, writes Lucy Johnson.

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A strong wind kept the marquees flapping and the temperatures down at Flete Park, but the capacity crowd warmed to some exciting racing and close finishes at the Dartmoor Point-to-Point, writes Granville Taylor.

The first course of the season at Devon and Somerset Gliding Cluib.s

A week of blue skies was the order of the day for the first course week of 2015 at Devon and Somerset Gliding Club, writes Jill Harmer.

Racing from Winscombe Park

A new season with new hopes and expectations gets underway at Wiscombe Park this weekend (April 25/25) with the Woolbridge Motor Club organising a two-day meeting which boasts an entry which promises a number of close battles throughout the classes and of course for the coveted award that goes to the fastest time of the day, writes Geoff Pickett.

Dunkeswell Bowls Club are now back into a new outdoor season and are holding their annual open day early next month.

The Exmouth Deep Sea Fishing Club members who took part in the first trip of the new   season

Eight members of the Exmouth Deep Sea Fishing Club enjoyed a day-and-a-half long fishing expedition off the spectacular coastline featured in Poldark, writes Peter Cloke.

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It was a first of the season for Sidmouth bowlers – 100 per cent success on all rinks played during the week, writes David Fairclough.

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Sidmouth ladies visited Budleigh for the last ladies’ friendly for the indoor season, writes Zena Johnson.

Ahead of the finals of the internal club competitions, Sidmouth bowlers were able to relax and enjoy two late season friendly fixtures, write David Fairclough and Zena Johnson.

Gay Dobson, Sarah Kenney and Glyn Dobson

Ottery St Mary Bowling Club has a new bar to mark its silver jubilee season, writes Mike Smith.

Harry Tincknell

Sidmouth speedster Harry Tincknell will compete for JOTA Sport in the next round of the FIA World Endurance Championship on May 2.

Exmouth Harriers in Mid Devon action

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Five Exmouth Harriers were at one of the oldest road races in the area, the Bampton to Tiverton event, writes Dave Eveleigh.

Exmouth Harriers run well at Taunton

Thursday, April 16, 2015

There were six Exmouth Harriers involved at the Taunton Half Marathon, writes Dave Eveleigh.

Richardson nets Heaviest Bag success

Wednesday, April 15, 2015
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Exmouth Sea Angling Association held their annual Heaviest Bag competition, writes Bob Pennels.

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Phear Park Bowling Club swing into action this weekend with two events.

With summer just around the corner it’s time to get out and enjoy the fresh air, a bit of leisurely exercise and the opportunity to meet new friends.

Madeira’s indoor season ends on a high

Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Madeira ladies indoor champion Sue Harriott with club chairman Colin Shaw.

There’s been plenty of recent action at Madeira as the indoor season reached its climax, writes Catherine King.

Jewnny Bolsom in action at Portland

Exmouth athlete Jenny Bolsom was in action for the first time in the colours of the Bike Motion Racing team when she competed in the Osprey Sprint Triathlon at Portland, Dorset.

Exmouth Running Belle Louise Hempstead ran her first marathon in Brighton, writes Cally Rowland.

Members of the Budleigh Falcons league winning squad  with their winners shield.

The Budleigh Bowls Club Men’s Indoor League sponsored by Gilbert Stephens Solicitors came to an end with a presentation evening held last Thursday at the Budleigh clubhouse, writes Paul Griffin.

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After the February meeting was cancelled due to adverse weather, there was some trepidation heading into the latest meeting at Dunkeswell, writes Roy Beal.

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Sidmouth ladies visited Budleigh for the last ladies’ friendly for the indoor season, writes Zena Johnson

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