East Devon driving ace Harry Tincknell leads the FIA World Endurance Championship by nine point after he bagged the runners-up spot, and created a little piece of race history, at the Le Mans 24 Hours meeting.
Upottery manager Dan Prettejohn is delighted that his team has won the Bill Rees Sportsmanship Shield, awarded to the Macron Devon and Exeter League Premier Division side that gets the most matchday points from the referees who control their games.
Ryan Pulman proved to be the star of the show as Upottery chalked up a second successive impressive Tolchards Devon League D Division East success, beating visiting Honiton by four wickets in a terrific game of cricket.
With the Lyme Regis championship team and the ladies only garnering two and three points respectively, and the South Dorset team only getting three points, it was Lyme II that shone with a fine 8-2 win over Bridport B, writes Paul Moffitt.
After four weeks of the Honiton Netball League season have been completed there remain three teams sporting unbeaten records in Left Division and the trio hold a four point lead over the ‘best of the rest’, writes Graham Ingram.
Alex Wraight claimed a ‘fivefer’ as Axminster finally ended their long wait for a Tolchards Devon League D Division East success, beating visiting Topsham St James by three wickets in a low-scoring affair at Cloakham Lawns.
Seaton served up a superb performance with the ball to bundle visiting Braunton out for just 129 to go on and win by two wickets and continue their rise towards the heights of the Tolchards Devon league B Division table.