Eight AVRs made the monthly pilgrimage to what is becoming the home of speed for the Yeovilton 5k series, writes Dave Mutter.


Four AVRs ran the Killerton Parkrun on Saturday with the warm weather making for very fast conditions on the slightly undulating, off-road course, writes Dave Mutter.

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Axe Cliff men’s section played their June medal and it resulted in a fine win for Johnny Potter, writes Pete Motson.

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One of the favourite days on the calendar for the Sidmouth ladies came around on Tuesday when the club hosted the Spears Trophy drive.

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East Devon drag racing ace Mark Smith had to overcome significant hurdles to be part of a special event last weekend.

Yesterday, 17:29

The Honiton mixed group held a Texas Scramble, writes John Pawley.

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Whimple batsman Leigh Lorenzen is set to pass 500 league runs on matchday eight of the Tolchards Devon League season.

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Adrian Morgan demonstrated his competitive powers as he surged to a runaway win in the Lyme Regis midweek stableford scoring 41 points with birdies in each nine, writes Richard Jackman.

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In the County Trophy, Madeira proved much too strong for Ottery taking all four rinks to win the match comprehensively, writes Michael Smith.

Tue, 15:02

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.

Tue, 14:52

The wonderful weather continued to bless the Honiton ladies competitions, and last week’s was no exception, writes John Pawley.

Tue, 14:51

Chardstock had mixed fortunes in the Exeter and District Over-60s Triples League last week with the A team beating Pinces B 44-38 while the B team went down 48-33 at Chagford, writes Vaughan Fletcher.

Tue, 10:26

The county major competitions have been completed at section level, writes Julie Grant.

Tue, 09:41

Axe Cliff men met to contest their Hazelwood, for Division One players, and Dart, for those in Division Two, trophies, writes Pete Motson.

Mon, 15:30

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.

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