Offwell Rangers went down 3-0 in their Macron League Division Six midweek visit to Lyme Regis.

Honiton Town have been able to hand over a cheque for almost £2,000 following their charity match, played at Mountbatten Park over the Christmas holiday.

Colyton Under-14 football team have enjoyed a close relationship with Seaton Baptist church over the years where the church have helped out at Colyton’s annual tournament and the Under-14 team parents have helped the church marshal for the Axe Valley Runners annual event, The Grizzly run.

Axminster Town rounded off their South West Peninsula League campaign with a 17th win in 34 starts, beating basement side Exwick Villa 1-0 at Tiger Way.

Two Macron League games in the space of four days served up very different outcomes for Feniton.

Feniton Under-16s are one win away from being crowned Exeter and District Youth League champions after a terrific 3-0 win at Acland Park over Exeter-based West Exe Exiles.

Upottery Reserves completed a wonderful week when they booked a place in the final of Geary Cup, beating Cheriton Fitzpaine 2-1.

Honiton Town were almost thrown another ‘big favour’ in the Macron League title race when rivals Newtown found themselves 2-0 down at home to Okehampton in a midweek encounter.

Offwell Rangers were 3-2 winners when they travelled to Mid Devon to take on Tivvy Park Rangers in a Macron League Division Six game.

It was quite a past week for Honiton Town boss Kev Blackwell with a Thursday night defeat to title rivals Newtown – beaten 6-1 at Okehampton – a result that put the destiny of the Macron League top honour back in the Hippos court!

Upottery Reserves face their Day of Destiny today (Easter Monday) when they entertain Tiverton-based Amory Green Rovers Reserves in a Macron League Division Eight game.

Beer Albion’s great run of form continues as they pulled off a fabulous victory winning 2-1 at Okehampton Argyle, writes Richard Honnor.

Feniton Under-16s now know that two wins from their final two games and they will be crowned Exeter and District Youth League champions after they recorded a magnificent Easter Saturday 4-1 success at Whipton Youth.

The Ottery St Mary 2016/17 season ended under the Washbrook Meadow floodlights on Wednesday night when they lost 1-0 to Otterton and so went out of the Golesworthy Cup – a competition they won last year.

Beer Albion put in another massive performance to beat Heavitree United 2-1 at The Furzebrake, writes Richard Honnor.

Honiton Town produced the perfect response to the previous weekend’s dropped points at Beer when they demolished Clyst Valley at Mountbatten Park, beating the visitors 9-0.

Feniton bagged a 10th win of the Macron league top flight season thanks to a 1-0 success at Topsham Town.

Honiton Under-14s made the long trip up to Copplestone Rangers for their penultimate match of the season and returned with a share of the spoils from a 2-2 draw.

Feniton Under-16s were unable to claim a fifth straight Exeter and District Youth League win, but they did continue an unbeaten run that stretches back to mid-February when they drew 1-1 against Elmore at their Horsdon Park home in Tiverton.

Axminster Town had a second successive South West Peninsula League, Eastern Division draw when they shared two goals with Newton Abbot Spurs at Tiger Way.

Offwell Rangers powered into the last four of the Golesworthy Cup with a 5-1 win at Feniton.

Millwey Rise Football Club is seeking applications for the positions of first team and second team managers for the 2017/18 Macron Devon and Exeter Football league campaign, writes Dick Sturch.

Ottery St Mary have at least one more match to play this season as they are still in the Golesworthy Cup.

Ottery St Mary went out of the Grandisson Cup, beaten 2-1 at Axmouth United.

Sidmouth Warriors enjoyed a 3-1 success when they took on Seaton Under-9s.

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