The Steele Perkins Trophy was contested earlier this month with a small, but select, band of players, writes Andy Wagner.
Sophie Keech second in the British Girls Open qualifier.
In the Junior Order of Merit, first place went to Cameron Moss with a nett 67, from George Yorke who just beat George Seed on count back, both with nett 70, writes Richard Jackman.
Sixty-three seniors competed for the Longhurst Cup, a better ball competition with one score to count, writes Andy Wagner.
Honiton’s preseason training has been going very well, writes Gerry Rice.
Sidmouth seek a league and cup double when they travel to Torquay on Sunday (August 24) to take on Exeter in the final of the Tolchards Devon Cup (1pm), writes Conrad Sutcliffe.
Axminster Town were hit by two late goals in their East Devon derby at Budleigh Salterton leaving Gary McCauley’s team having to settle for a share of the spoils in a 3-3 draw.
Four Honiton RC members travelled to Exeter to take part in the Exeter 10k, writes Judy Davey
Sidmouth teenager Emily King has been selected for the 2014 Racesafe Junior squad to represent Great Britain at this summer’s Junior European Eventing Championships, to be held at Bishop Burton College, Yorkshire, from August 14 to 17.
New sponsor, Manders Financial Services, were given a warm reception when they attended Honiton Bowling Club’s social evening for the first time.