Kilmington went into their final game of the 2015 Tolchards Devon League season requiring just four points from their home meeting with Tiverton to seal the divisional title and they delivered the goods, winning a low scoring affair by five wickets.
Matt Watson continued his winning form as this promising junior won his 3rd competition within a fortnight by topping Division One of the Lyme Regis August stableford with 43 points, writes Richard Jackman.
Drivers from Devon will be well represented at Wiscombe Park this weekend (September 5 and 6), in the final regional championship meeting of the year and the final two rounds of the fiercely contested Bridge Tyres and Wheels Point S Wiscombe Park championship.
Axminster will play next summer in the Tolchards Devon League C Division East after their disappointing season ended on a losing note, beaten by 135-runs at an Ipplepen side that will play next season in the A Division.
Honiton Town have made a superb start to life in the Fresha Exeter and Devon League Premier Division and went into last night’s meeting with Feniton unbeaten after three early campaign matches, writes Steve Birley.
The Exeter Falcons 2015 speedway season will come to an end in style on Friday (September 4), when they race their second 15 heat match, this time against the Somerset Rebels Select at the Oak Tree Arena, writes Tony Lethbridge.