Ottery St Mary completed the first half of their Macron League Division Four season with a 2-1 home success over Countess Wear.
Sidmouth Town Reserves suffered an embarrassing defeat on a hugely disappointing day at Silver Street, Willand, where they lost a Macron League Division One meeting 4-2.
Beer Albion fought hard to secure a precious league point in a 2-2 draw with Clyst Valley, writes Richard Honnor.
Honiton Town thirds were beaten 4-2 when they made they travelled to take on Chagford Reserves in a Macron League Division Nine game.
Honiton Town Reserves continued their recent improvement with a 2-1 success at Clyst Valley.
Honiton Under 14s were edged out by the odd goal in seven when they entertained Dawlish United at St Rita’s.
Feniton Under-16s consolidated their second place position in the Exeter and District Youth League Division One after a ‘Game of the Day’ single goal Acland Park victory over Whipton.
Feniton ladies eased into the last four of the ADL Chartered Accountants Devon Women’s Supplementary Cup after an 8-1 win at Budleigh Salterton.
Honiton Town made it 11 wins on the bounce with a single goal success against the reigning Macron League champions Topsham Town.
Millwey Rise drew 0-0 with St Martins when the side met to contest a Macron League Division Nine game, writes Dick Sturch.
Feniton claimed a fourth win of the Macron League top flight season thanks to a 2-1 Acland Park success over an Exmouth Amateurs side that had beaten them earlier in the month.
Upottery had a day to remember on the final Saturday of November when they played host the BT Sport cameras.
There were mixed fortunes for the three Axminster Town senior teams on the final Saturday of November.
Millwey Rise took a point from their Macron League Division Five visit to Alphington III, writes Dick Sturch.
Ottery St Mary host Countess West tomorrow (Saturday) in what looks to be a key game in terms of the Otters bid to be a top four Macron League Division Four side this season.
Honiton Youth Under-14s travelled to Lympstone Rangers on Saturday where they gave a much improved performance despite eventually losing 3-0.
With the Beer first team game at Hatherleigh called off due to wet weather, the focus was on Beer Reserves home game against Royal Oak, writes Richard Honnor.
Axminster Town were held to a 1-1 draw when they hosted Galmpton United in their latest South West Peninsula League, Eastern Diviison, game.
Exeter City Ladies FC recently took delivery of their new kit which has been generously sponsored by Exe Mortgages (www.exemortgages.co.uk), writes Richard Walsh.
Honiton Town were denied action on Saturday when their Macron League top flight match at Heavitree United was called off owing to a waterlogged Exeter pitch.
Honiton Town Reserves registered a second successive Macron League Division Three victory when they beat Tedburn St Mary 5-3.
Millwey Rise were beaten 3-1 when they entertained high-flying Crediton United Reserves in a Macron League Division Five meeting, writes Dick Sturch.
In a foot-of-the-table clash on Saturday at Bow Village field, Beer Albion came out on top, defeating the home side 4-2 to register their second win of this season’s Macron League Premier Division campaign writes, Richard Honnor.
Honiton Town Reserves are certainly the ‘Jekyll and Hyde’ team at Mountbatten Park this season.
Honiton Under-14s travelled to Exeter where they were unable to match their recent performances and slumped to a disappointing 5-1 defeat against City Raiders Galaxy.
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