Sunday night saw the staging of the Axe Cliff Golf Club annual ‘Variety Night’ bash, with club members providing all the music and laughs and which, was enjoyed by all, in a packed club-house, writes Pete Motson.
Honiton Town, under new manager Graham Bedford and his assistant Alan Lewis, were well beaten by Plymstock, losing 6-0 when the pair met at Mountbatten Park with a place in the last four of the Devon Premier Cup the prize for the winners.
The Axe Cliff ladies section played a round last Wednesday which was followed by a very enjoyable Presentation Evening ably run and presented by our lady captain Jo Donmall, vice captain Caroline Bond and club secretary Di Rogers, writes Pete Motson.
Millwey Rise missed out on a pace in the closing stages of the Devon Intermediate Cup when edged out of the competition by an Elmore Reserve side that has now won every league and cup game they have contested this season, writes Dick Sturch.
The latest Honiton Tuesday Mixed meeting saw the return of a Rye Foursomes format where it is decided in advance whether the lady or the gent takes the second shot on the odd or even holes, writes Ann Desmoulins.
Honiton Town Reserves had their Macron League match postponed owing to the rain that left Mountbatten Park unfit for play, but the thirds did see action, though they suffered from opponents Okehampton having their first team game called off and therefore fielding a much stronger than usual second string.