Millwey Rise had two teams in action at the Exeter and District Youth League finals held at the St James Park home of Exeter City.
There was another round of mixed results for the Lyme Regis bowlers in recent outings, writes Paul Moffitt.
In glorious May weather the DMVGA team headed into Cornwall to play the first leg of the annual match against the Cornish Seniors Golfing Association, writes Stuart MacKerrell
Cam Pelly of Exmouth’s cycle club Cycle Sport Dynamo pulled off a stunning win in the regional junior road race championship at Hatherleigh on Sunday, writes Andy Waite.
Warren View, home of Exmouth Amateurs Football Club, is set to host the best Exmouth Darts finals night of all time next month.
Harry Tincknell scored a second consecutive European Le Mans Series rostrum finish when, together with Simon Dolan and Filipe Albuquerque, he finished third at Imola, but the end result could have been so different.
Torbay Motor Club member Mike Lee took Fastest Time of the Day at the club’s Wiscombe Park hill climb on Saturday, reprising his 2014 win at the club’s opening speed event of the season.
The second course week of the season at North Hill airfield enjoyed a good mixture of soaring and circuit weather, writes Jill Harmer.
Since last years event the Velo Vintage experience has been taken to Exeter and Barnstaple, but organisers have always felt that Exmouth is the events spiritual home.
AVR athlete Luke Reed made a 550-mile round trip to Llanberis North Wales, to take part in the Slateman Triathlon, writes Dave Mutter.
The Ottery 10k race was back this year for the first time in three years, writes Judy Davey.
Lyme Regis had its club day on Saturday as a complete mixture of teams set out for a Texas scramble competition, writes Richard Jackman.
There were 62 Honiton seniors’ that contested their monthly medal in lovely sunny weather, writes Liz Rogers.
AVR duo Amie and Tim Sibley ran the Windermere Marathon, and, for Amie it was her first Marathon, writes Dave Mutter.
Axminster Town are preparing for one of the biggest nights in their history when they stage the first ever floodlit game at their new Tiger Way home this Friday night (May 22).
Dunkeswell bowlers went down in a couple of early season matches.
There were varying degrees of success and failure in the past week for Lyme Regis bowlers, writes Paul Moffitt.
The first of three late season fixtures at Bratton Down proved quite an occasion for the British point-to-point world.
On a beautiful sunny morning, nine AVR’ went to run the Wambrook Waddle near Chard, organised by Chard Road Runners, writes Dave Mutter.
Honiton Town finished off a magnificent season with a Seaton Town Challenge Cup final win, writes Steve Birley.
Honiton mixed section had 36 members enjoying splendid spring-like weather, striding the fairways for a Rye Foursomes Stableford, writes Liz Rogers.
Seaton made it two wins from two C Division outings with a four wicket win at Kentisbeare with skipper Ben Morgan having one of those outings he’ll remember for some time.
Whimple skipper Hugh Gordon-Lennox stroked his way to an unbeaten century as his side thrashed Tiverton by six wickets to make it two wins from two D Division (East) starts.
Open Day at Honiton Bowling Club could be just the day for you to find out if bowling is your sport, hobby or pastime, writes Julie Grant.
Feniton have made their customary slow start to a new cricket season and sit bottom of the C (East) table with 21 points from three games after a narrow five run defeat at Barnstaple and Pilton.
Honiton Golf Club held a Festival Week when both members and visitors came out in numbers to play team competitions in various formats, writes Liz Rogers.
Uplyme and Lyme Regis suffered a first defeat of the season when beaten at home by Alphington.
Honiton ladies’ contested the Express and Echo Foursomes Qualifiers and Foursomes Stableford, writes Liz Rogers.
Seaton Bowling Club held two open mornings recently, writes Linda Stone.
The Lyme Regis midweek stableford saw new faces on the podium as Graig McGowan scored a brilliant 42 points to get his handicap down to seven, writes Richard Jackman.
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