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Visitors to this year’s popular Nunney International Horse Trials, which take place from June 19 to June 21, will be able to buy reduced priced tickets if they purchase them in advance via the website, writes Lucy Johnson.

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Darren Edwards has been runner up for the Devon and Cornwall jockeys’ championship twice in recent years but looks all set to lift that title for the first time this season, writes Granville Taylor.

Kite surfing competition in Exmouth on Saturday. Photo by Simon Horn. Rerf exsp 5377-26-12SH To order your copy of this photograph visit www.exmouthjournal.co.uk and click on myphotos24

Exmouth is going to be awash with some of the world’s top kit surfers heading to the Town to take part in an annual kitesurfing competition organised by Edge Watersports.

East Devon Hunt's Point to Point event. Photo by Simon Horn. Ref shsp 10 1192-10-11SH

The stunning location of Bratton Down is the location for this weekends Point-to-Point horse racing, where the Exmoor hold their fixture this Sunday (May 31), writes Donna Harris.

Fine weather, fine bowling has been enjoyed by Honiton bowlers, even though there have been some losses, writes Julie Grant.

AVR member Sue Venn ran the Egdon Easy 10K near Weymouth and unsurprisingly the course was rather flat, writes Dave Mutter.

The latest course at the Devon and Somerset Gliding Club

The 2015 Open Weekend at Devon and Somerset Gliding Club provided a gliding experience to 70 visitors of all ages, writes Jill Harmer.

The indifferent form being shown by Feniton bowlers continued last week, writes Roger Smith.

Seaton Bowling Club has been a hive of activity all week, writes Linda Stone.

Emily King competing on Brookleigh

Rising eventing star Emily King is ‘over the moon’ with a recent string of successes - including one of her ‘best results to date’.

There was another round of mixed results for the Lyme Regis bowlers in recent outings, writes Paul Moffitt.

Combe Martin rider Hanson wins opener

Thursday, May 21, 2015
Keith Hanson on his way to victory at Asham Wood. Picture: Dave Rich

Local garage owner Keith Hanson took the overall win in his class at the recent British Evo Championship at Asham Wood, near Frome.

Despite squally showers and a biting breeze, 34 of Sidmouth Bowls Club’s stalwart members gathered at 5.30pm to play in the first of this season’s Sunset Umbrella games on Monday, writes Susie Bonnell.

Sidmouth ladies enjoy success in first outdoor friendly Sidmouth ladies had success in their first friendly of the new outdoor season, writes Susie Bonnell.

Sidmouth Ladies Over-50s Blues team banked two points from a Wednesday meeting with Seaton Blue team, writes Susie Bonnell.

Sidmouth hosted the first round of the Grace Matthews and, thankfully it was a perfect day for bowls, sunshine, slight breeze and perfect temperature, writes Susie Bonnell.

Sidmouth Bowls Club trophies for the indoor season (2014/15)

It’s been a quieter week for matches at Sidmouth Bowls Club, but this only served to heighten the anticipation for the highlight of the week, the club dinner and indoor trophy presentation held at the Blue Ball on Saturday evening, writes John Mason.

Cyle Sport Dynamos Cam Pelly in action at Hatherleigh

Cam Pelly of Exmouth’s cycle club Cycle Sport Dynamo pulled off a stunning win in the regional junior road race championship at Hatherleigh on Sunday, writes Andy Waite.

Phear Park enjoy victory over Paigton

Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Phear Park bowler Sarah Westcott

Park won by nine shots with Liz Nelson, Lawrie Harries and John Anderson (skip) finishing 10 shots ahead.

Madeira bowler Brenda Marks bowls in the County Over 55's at the club on Saturday. Ref exsp 6946-21-15SH. Picture: Simon Horn

Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May, but unsettled weather is not enough to keep the ladies of Madeira away from the greens, writes Mary Ann Dowrick.

Dean ‘The Cobra’ Tratt kept up his season-long unbeaten record when he defeated the much vaunted George Scutt of Sydenham ABC at the Yeovil ABC tournament held at Westlands Social Club, writes Neil Parsons.

Exmouth Harrier Chris Dupain

Running his fastest time since 2002, Exmouth Harrier’s Jamie Palmer recorded 16:32 at the Yeovilton 5k series last Wednesday, writes Cathy Newman.

Exmouth Harriers and Exmouth Belles who were in action at the recent Hppe 24 event in Plymouth

The recent HOPE 24 run at Newnham Park, Plymouth was an opportunity for the Exmouth Harriers and Exmouth Running Belles to demonstrate they are both clubs who achieve in competitive events.

Velo Vintage cycling

Since last years event the Velo Vintage experience has been taken to Exeter and Barnstaple, but organisers have always felt that Exmouth is the events spiritual home.

Nissan GT-R LM P1 Test - Bowling Green Kentucky May 2015

Harry Tincknell scored a second consecutive European Le Mans Series rostrum finish when, together with Simon Dolan and Filipe Albuquerque, he finished third at Imola, but the end result could have been so different.

Jonathan Langmead in action at Winscombe Park

Torbay Motor Club member Mike Lee took Fastest Time of the Day at the club’s Wiscombe Park hill climb on Saturday, reprising his 2014 win at the club’s opening speed event of the season.

The latest course at the Devon and Somerset Gliding Club

The second course week of the season at North Hill airfield enjoyed a good mixture of soaring and circuit weather, writes Jill Harmer.

Velo Vintage cycling

Since last years event the Velo Vintage experience has been taken to Exeter and Barnstaple, but organisers have always felt that Exmouth is the events spiritual home.

Reed impresses at Slateman Triathlon

Tuesday, May 19, 2015
AVRs Luke Reed at the Slateman Triathlon in Wales

AVR athlete Luke Reed made a 550-mile round trip to Llanberis North Wales, to take part in the Slateman Triathlon, writes Dave Mutter.

Denne wins Ottery 10k

Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Honiton Running Club members at the Ottery 10k meeting

The Ottery 10k race was back this year for the first time in three years, writes Judy Davey.

AVR runners Amie and Tim Sibley at the Windermere Marathon

AVR duo Amie and Tim Sibley ran the Windermere Marathon, and, for Amie it was her first Marathon, writes Dave Mutter.

Dunkeswell bowlers went down in a couple of early season matches.

There were varying degrees of success and failure in the past week for Lyme Regis bowlers, writes Paul Moffitt.

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The first of three late season fixtures at Bratton Down proved quite an occasion for the British point-to-point world.

AVR runners at the Wambrook Waddle

On a beautiful sunny morning, nine AVR’ went to run the Wambrook Waddle near Chard, organised by Chard Road Runners, writes Dave Mutter.

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