Seaton still have a little work to do to ensure they are still in the third tier of the Tolchards League when the 2018 season is with us after they slipped to a six wicket defeat at a Barton side that had started the day sitting second bottom, 30 points and two placed below them in the B Division table.

Honiton saw their lingering hopes of Tolchards League D Division East top three finish extinguished as they went down to a 14-run defeat in a low scoring Mountbatten Park meeting with Upottery.

Seaton will travel to Barton on Saturday (August 19) knowing that a win in South Devon will leave them confirming their status as a third tier team again in 2018.

Whimple are now the team sitting second to C Division East champions-in-waiting Cullompton.

Tipton St John recorded an emphatic 143-run win over visiting Met Office, writes Phil Wright.

Axminster lost for the 10th time in 14 D Division East outings as they slipped to a 97-run defeat at the hands of table-topping Barnstaple and Pilton.

Ottery St Mary’s bowlers were once again doing their best to end the Otters run without a win this season in their Devon League B Division campaign.

Touring team Old Olavians are looking for a fixture this Sunday (August 13) in East Devon.

Upottery remain very much in the D Division East promotion race after a nine run Glebe Park win over Topsham St James.

Mountbatten Park, Honiton, became something of a time tunnel last Sunday when Honiton Cricket Club rolled back the years to stage a 1990s reunion.

Whimple powered to a six wicket win at Countess Wear.

Honiton all-rounder Adam Holmes had a day to remember when the Mountbatten Park men travelled to Sampford Peverell to take on Halberton and Sampford Peverell in a Tolchards Devon League D Division East game.

Seaton claimed a superb home success over Ipplepen, moving 29 points clear of the three relegation places that B Division has while also putting a severe dent in the promotion hopes of the South Devon-based visitors.

There’s a SUPER SUNDAY on offer at Mountbatten Park in Honiton.

Tipton went down by five wickets when they met Dunsford, writes Kevin McMeeking.

Matchday 13 of the 18-game Tolchards Drinks Devon Cricket League was a washout with results achieved at just two of the 66 matches that were played across the entire 1st and 2nd XI divisions.

This coming Sunday, Mountbatten Park, Honiton, plays host to a very special cricket match – and social gathering.

Seaton booked their place in the semi-finals of the Corinthian Cup after a thrilling five run win over Alphington.

Ottery St Mary went out of the Corinthian Cup when beaten by eight wickets in a quarter-final tie at Cullompton.

Matchday 13 of the Tolchards Devon league was a washout with just two matches – one 1st XI and one 2nd XI – being played to a conclusion across the entire league.

Upottery Cricket Club have been hit by a callous theft with the news that key groundworking equipment has been stolen.

Ottery St Mary made the long trip to Bideford for their latest Tolchards Devon League B Division game.

Axminster went down by 40 runs in their D Division East game at Kentisbeare.

Whimple face their ‘day of destiny’ in terms of their bid to land the Tolchards Drinks C Division title when they host Cullompton on Saturday.

Kilmington 2nds managed to do what a lot of sides were unable to manage on the penultimate Saturday of July, and that was to play a full game of cricket when they defeated Halberton and Sampford Peverell II in their Tolchards Drinks League meeting at the Arthur Hitchcock Memorial Playing Field.

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