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Exmouth Under-12s had a squad of 13 for their meeting with visiting Exeter Chiefs, writes Debbie Percy.

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Withycombe Under-11s final home game of the season saw them take on reigning Devon champions Teignmouth who they beat in some style, winning a one-sided affair 45-0.

Honiton Tigers under-8s ended the regular season on a high when they won three of the four matches they played against visiting South Molton.

Exmouth took on Weston at the Imperial Ground on Saturday. Ref exsp 3541-17-15SH. Picture: Simon Horn

Exmouth went into their final league game of the season with Weston-super-Mare, knowing they could secure home advantage this coming Saturday in the winner-takes-all National Two (S) play-off, writes Chris Wright

Bentley back for big Cockles match

Friday, April 17, 2015
Chris Bentley in action for Exeter Chiefs

Chris Bentley returns to the Cockles’ engine room for Saturday’s big game at home to Weston-super-Mare.

Sidmouth Colts won 26-22 at Kingsbridge in a game of high intensity rugby.

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Touring side Cirencester were part of the package deal and showed Sidmouth a thing or two.

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Sidmouth U6s and U7s sent a contingent of four teams to Exmouth for a three-way meet up with the host club and touring side Cirencester.

Sidmouth U15 girls at Minehead

Try-mendous! Sidmouth’s Under-15 girls’ team came home from the Minehead Festival as age-group champions.

Sidmouth Quins suffer last gasp try woe

Thursday, April 16, 2015
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A breakaway try in the final few minutes of the match sent Sidmouth to a 29-25 defeat at Bideford.

Sidmouth V Honiton rugby. Ref shsp 2925-14-15AW. Picture: Alex Walton

Sidmouth bring the curtain down on their league campaign this Saturday (April 18) when they entertain Penryn.

Sidmouth under U16's at home to Brixham. Ref shsp 5661-16-15TI. Picture: Terry Ife

Sidmouth U16s were pipped by the post in their meeting with Brixham on the Blackmore

Topsham set for final game of the season

Thursday, April 16, 2015
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Topsham RFC go into their last game of the season well prepared despite a two-week lay off.

Exmouth action from Redingensians match

Exmouth will boosted by the return of Chris Bentley to the second row for Saturday’s showdown with Weston on the Imperial Ground.

There can’t be many occasions when Chard have scored more than 40 points away from home and come away with no more than a four-try bonus point, but the 64-41 defeat at Old Centralians in National Three South West was one of them.

James hat-trick helps Barum to Quins win

Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Barnstaple skipper Winston James. Pic: Bob Collins

Skipper Winston James completed a try hat-trick in the last few minutes of the match as Barnstaple won 50-19 at Oxford Harlequins and piled up their best win of the season.

Exmouth action from Redingensians match

Exmouth can’t afford to dwell on the 37-7 defeat at Redingensians for too long as they still have work ahead to earn a home draw in the promotion play-offs.

Honiton at home to Withycombe. Ref mhsp 5547-16-15TI. Picture: Terry Ife

What could have been a non-event turned out to be an entertaining 22-all draw when Honiton entertained Withycombe in their penultimate league game of the season, writes Roger Dance.

Honiton Colts edged out at Newton Abbot

Tuesday, April 14, 2015
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A 26-27 defeat away to Newton Abbot means Honiton Colts are not yet in the final of the Devon Colts Cup, writes Paz Parratt.

Molton coach looking ahead to next year

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

South Molton coach Gary Bucknell is already looking ahead to next season and job number one is replacing himself.

Bideford notch victory in St Austell

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Bideford sent St Austell reeling to a 48-17 home defeat, their worst in a relegation season.

Exmouth coach speaks after the defeat to Redingensians

Exmouth took on Oxford Harlequins on Saturday. Ref exsp 1891-14-15SH. Picture: Simon Horn

EXMOUTH head for Redingensians on Saturday for what should be a high-octane occasion.

Withy action at Paignton

Withycombe will be biding a fond farewell to second-row Jon Axon at the end of the season after he announced his retirement.

Joe Parkin and Andy Matchett in the thick of the action

Withycombe’s dreams of a trip to Twickenham in the RFU Junior Vase were shattered when they lost 22-16 at Bromley in the semi-final.

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