East Devon sides set to travel less than most of the Francis Clark Devon Cricket League top flight teams in 2013.

15:04 14 November 2012

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The three East Devon teams playing in the 2013 Francis Clark Devon League Premier Division have less travelling to endure than many of the ten sides who make up the top flight.

Following the release of the 2013 fixtures the Journal sports team has been looking at the miles each team will travel.

North Devon face the most travelling.

The Instow side have to cover 1,097 miles whistle Exeter have the shortest travelling, they will be on the road for 451 miles of trips to and from matches.

Champions Sidmouth face trips of 503 miles, Exmouth will journey 557 and Budleigh will cover 568 miles.

Club Total round

trip miles Shortest trip Longest trip Average trip Over 100 mile trips

North Devon 1,097.76 Exeter Torquay 121.97 7

Plymouth 826.38 Cornwood North Devon 91.82 5

Cornwood 716.70 Plymouth North Devon 79.63 2

Bradninch 608.74 Exeter Plymouth 67.50 3

Torquay 603.70 Bovey Tracey North Devon 69.08 1

Budleigh 568.36 Exmouth North Devon 63.15 2

Exmouth 557.54 Budleigh North Devon 61.94 2

Sidmouth 503.94 Budleigh North Devon 55.99 2

Bovey Tracey 475.74 Torquay North Devon 52.88 Nil

Exeter 451.82 Bradninch Plymouth 50.00 Nil

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