There were tries galore when Honiton Hawks Under-7’s entertained Cullompton.
Honiton’s wait for a victory this season continues after they went down 15-3 at home to Penzance Pirates, writes Jerry Rice.
Honiton’s second XV recorded their first away victory of the season when they won 14-12 at Cullompton.
Australian back three player James Vidler has signed for Exmouth RFC and is being sponsored by Stalite Signs.
The Chiefs suffered their first defeat in six games when beaten 16-12 at a wet and windy St Austell, writes Terry O’Brien.
Withycombe Under-12s secured a tremendous double victory when they travelled to Cullompton.
Exmouth Under-16s were beaten 33-8 in their Fisherman’s Cup tie meeting with neighbours cup favourites Topsham, writes Ian Urmston.
Exmouth Under-14s were edged out 5-0 at Tavistock after a compelling game in dismal weather and on a heavy pitch.
Withycombe Under-14s took on a well-drilled Cullompton at Bicton College.
Withycombe Under-10s were beaten 8-4 in another entertaining meeting with Cullompton.
Withycombe Under-13s went down 15-7 in their home meeting with a well-drilled Cullompton.
Withycombe 2nds claimed their first success of the season with a terrific 24-10 triumph at Tavistock.
Withycombe bounced back from the first defeat of the term they had suffered seven days before to thrash Tavistock 69-0 at Raleigh Park.
Cockles coach Jon Hill spoke after his side’s huge win over Chippenham.
The day after Friday the 13th Exmouth crossed the visitors’ line no fewer than 13 tries and got a penalty try as they put Chippenham to the sword at a wind-swept Imperial Ground, beating the Wiltshire side 91-5.
Withycombe ladies were good value for their 20-12 win over visiting Cheddar Valley 20-12.
Last-gasp experts Barnstaple did it again by beating Lydney 21-20 in the nick of time on Saturday to stay six points clear at the top of National League Three South West.
Honiton Titans Under-11s met Topsham for their latest action.
Honiton 2nds went down heavily at home to Paignton, losing 52-0.
Honiton’s disappointing season continued on Saturday as they slipped to a 21-19 defeat at Paignton, writes Jerry Rice.
Honiton Under-9s met Topsham in their latest round of matches.
Bideford lost 8-6 to visiting Clevedon in a game almost ruined by high winds blowing down the ground.
Ilfracombe extended their lead at the top of the Devon Two table by beating Torrington 10-0 - their fourth league win in as many games.
91-5 win over Chippenham
Exmouth RFC host National Three’s basement side Chippenham RFC on Saturday (November 14), writes Steve Birley.
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