Football

Axminster Town are in action tonight (Wednesday) when they host Ilfracombe Town at Tiger Way (7.30pm).

Millwey Rise went down 6-3 on their visit to Exeter to meet Central in a Macron League Division Five contest, writes Dick Sturch.

Honiton Community College travelled to Paignton to take part in the Devon U14 Futsal finals and the youngsters, who had won the East Devon title to book their county finals berth, did very well to finish the finals as the third placed team.

Honiton Town second team shared eight goals with visiting Axmouth United in a Monday night Macron League Division Two meeting. Blake Fremantle (2), Luke Barwick and Darren Witt scoring the goals.

Seaton Town player-boss Josh French certainly seems to have the ‘Midas Touch’ as he masterminded his Colyford Road charges to a fourth win in seven outings, and a route away from a bottom three finish in the Macron League Premier Division is now very much in sight after a splendid 3-1 win at Newton St Cyres.

Honiton Town suffered a 4-1 defeat when they hosted Axminster Town in an East Devon derby at Mountbatten Park.

The latest Fair Play League table issued by the South West Peninsula League show Axminster Town sitting seventh and it is the Tigers, who are also the highest placed team out of the four East Devon-based teams in the table.

Millwey Rise went out of the Football Express Cup at the semi-final stage, beaten under the floodlights at the home of Tiverton-based Elmore Reserves, writes Dick Sturch.

Ottery St Mary were good value for a 4-0 midweek success at home to Lympstone in a Macron League Division Three game.

After months of wet weather and countless matches being postponed there was wall to wall sunshine for the Wednesday night Honiton Town versus St Martins South West Peninsula League Eastern Division game.

Honiton Town are in action tonight (Wednesday) when they entertain South West Peninsula League Eastern Division title-chasing St Martins in a league game.

The fixture, at Mountbatten Park, Honiton, kicks-off at 6.30pm.

Upottery followed up a splendid Thursday evening Golesworthy Cup success with an 8-0 win at Seaton Town Reserves in a Macron League Division Six meeting.

Millwey Rise played out a 0-0 draw on their visit to Offwell Rangers for a midweek evening Macron League Division Five game, writes Dick Sturch.

Monday night results in the Macron League made things look a little more comfortable for both Seaton Town and Feniton in their bids to avoid a bottom two finish in the top flight.

Seaton Town player-boss Josh French was delighted with his team after they had won their first Macron League top flight away game this season with a 3-1 success at Exmouth Town Reserves.

French said: “It was a fantastic win born out of what was a really good all-round performance.

Seaton Town did their Macron League top flight survival hopes the power of good with a splendid 3-1 win at Exmouth Town.

Beer Albion snatched a 90th minute winner to frustrate bottom club Topsham Town in a Macron Devon and Exeter Premier Division Match at Coronation Field on Saturday, writes Richard Honnor.

Dunkeswell Rovers boosted their hopes of staying in the Macron League Division Five with a 3-2 success over Culm United.

There’s football tonight (Monday) at Mountbatten Park, Honiton with the Town second team in Macron League Division One action against Newtown Reserves.

Millwey Rise Reserves were 7-2 winners when they entertained Bradninch in a Macron League Division Eight game, writes Dick Sturch.

A pair of goals from skipper Ben Ede – one of them from the penalty spot – helped Honiton Town to what is a ‘massive’ win in terms of their South West Peninsula League Eastern Division season.

Upottery were 6-2 victors when they took on Newton Poppleford in a midweek Golesworthy Cup quarter-final tie.

Millwey Rise were 3-1 victors when they travelled to Mid Devon to meet Westexe Park Rangers in a Macron League Division Five game, writes Dick Sturch.

Ottery St Mary were dealt a severe blow when, for the second time in a week, they were forced to cancel a home game when their opponents were unable to raise a team and therefore forfeited the match, writes Steve Birley.

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