Honiton Town returned for pre-season training tonight (Tuesday) and it’s very much a case of ‘same again’ for the Hippo’s for the forthcoming new season, writes Steve Birley.
James Ashforth ran the Giants Head Marathon on Saturday, which started in a small village called Sydling St Nicholas, writes Dave Mutter.
Seaton went down by just three shots in a County Trophy meeting with Ottery St Mary, writes Linda Stone.
In the Lyme Regis junior stableford Lewis Gibbons had a storming finish as he scored 14 points on the last three holes to take first place with 40 points, writes Richard Jackman.
Whetlor Celebrates with Five Wickets
Upottery were five wicket winners when they hosted Chardstock.
Honiton 2nds remain top of the C Division East 2nd XI table after a terrific victory over Kilmington.
Uplyme 2nd XI suffered a second successive defeat when beaten by Countess Wear II by five wickets.
Feniton II defeated Topsham St James II by 46 runs when the pair met at Acland Park.
Whimple 2nds were 79-run winners in their meeting with Cullompton II.
Honiton 1st XI suffered a third successive defeat when beaten by Whimple by a margin of seven wickets.
In changing conditions on Friday nearly 70 Honiton seniors competed for the Ron Blatchford Trophy, writes John Pawley.
Feniton men enjoyed success in their County Trophy meeting with Budleigh, writes Roger Smith.
There have been mixed results of late for the Honiton seniors’, writes John Pawley.
Axminster bowlers have been forced to endure a difficult period with two matches having to be cancelled owing to lack of availability through County games and holidays, writes David Harris.
Topsham St James Under-12s travelled to Sampford Peverell for their re-arranged Cup match on a dark evening with rain again threatening.
The June Stableford and Pine Coffin Cup were the challenges played for at East Devon on the middle Saturday of June, writes Paul Willoughby.
Daniel Armstrong scored a wonderful century, but it was ultimately in a losing cause as Topsham St James 2nd XI went down by 46 runs in their D Division East meeting with Feniton at their Acland Park home.
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