As the Lacemen’s Colts licked their wounds from their recent defeat by a strong Barum outfit, they travelled to Okehampton for a must-win game and produced the goods in a 25-15 result, writes Paz Parratt
After last week’s uninspiring bore draw away to dilapidated Dawlish - no hot showers, no food and a pitch poached by cattle! – Sidmouth Town Reserves travelled to meet Fresha league Division two title chasing Upottery at their Glebe Park home where they succumbed to a 6-3 defeat.
Tomorrow (Saturday) Sidmouth Rugby Club will be marking the climax of this season’s exciting Six Nations Championship with a series of events leading up to England match against France, which will decide the outcome of the competition.
Just when Exeter City fans were maybe beginning to lose heart, the Grecians last Saturday won their second game in a row beating Wimbledon 3-2 at home and stretched their unbeaten run to three games, writes Gareth Hughes.
The stunning venue of Kilworthy, overlooking Brentor near Tavistock, is the location for this weekends point-to-point meeting to be held in the Devon and Cornwall area, on Sunday (March 22), writes Donna Harris.
‘To be or not to be, that is the question, to be winners or losers, victors or vanquished, champions or merely the supporting cast’. All will be revealed when the 2015 Six Nations Rugby Tournament reaches its climax this coming weekend
In a moment reminiscent of the Solitaire du Figaro finish in Cherbourg, Exmouth sailor Sam Matson raced into Tor Bay just minutes behind French Figaro skipper Gwenolé Gahinet – Sam finished the final leg of the 2014 Solitaire just minutes behind Gwenolé, the pair taking first and second Rookie overall.