Honiton Town head into Saturday’s Mountbatten Park meeting with Westexe knowing that by winning their next three matches they will be crowned Fresha League Division One champions.
A win and a draw in the space of four days have kept Sidfbury United on course for second place in the Fresha League Premier Division.
Jo Urquhart scored a hat-trick as Seaton U16s defeated Crediton 6-0.
Honiton Town U15s came back from 3-0 down before half-time to beat Beacon Knights 5-4, writes Jeremy Broad.
After their fine win against Heavitree the previous Saturday, Beer Albion came down to earth with a bang when they slumped to a 2-1 defeat against lowly Willand Rovers Reserves, writes Richard Honour.
Honiton U12s made the short journey to Ottery St Mary on Saturday for their latest league encounter.
Dunkeswell’s last league game of the season was against a suspiciously strong Seaton side, who sit at the bottom of the table having only registered the one win this year.
Honiton Devils U11s won 2-0 against the Cobras on their first visit to Copplestone.
Millwey Rise 1st XI have secured the runners-up position in Perry Street Division One no matter the outcome of their game against nearest rivals Netherbury at Cloakham Lawns this Saturday (2.30pm), writes Dick Sturch
A 4-0 Mountbatten Park win over Newton St Cyres coupled with a third defeat of the league campaign for Exwick Villa took Honiton Town ever closer to the Fresha League Division One title.
There were mixed fortunes for Honiton Town Reserves in two matches over the weekend as they won a Friday night league game, but were edged out in a Sunday cup tie.
Feniton continue to harbour Fresha League Premier Division title hopes after they won and table-topping Tiverton Town dropped two points in the latest round of matches.
Axminster Town claimed only a third ‘home’ win of the season thanks to a 2-0 win over Crediton United.
Upottery claimed top spot in Fresha League Division Two thanks to a 3-0 win at Crediton United Reserves.
Sidbury United are up to third in the Premier Division table following a 6-0 Wednesday night win over bottom side Budleigh Salterton Reserves.
SIDMOUTH Town manager Josh Stunell faced a dilemma picking a side for Saturday’s derby date with Budleigh Salterton after a battling performance against Galmpton the previous time out.
THE first league meeting between Newton Poppleford and Sidmouth Town Reserves since the 1980s ended in a comprehensive 6-1 win for the depleted Vikings, writes Simon Hudson.
WHAT a month March was for Sidmouth Town 3rd XI, who won every game they played in the league – and climbed to fourth in the Division Eight table.
SIDMOUTH Warriors got over a disappointing 3-2 defeat by Central City to beat the Exeter club’s stablemates City United 4-0.
SIDMOUTH Raiders U12s won 3-1 at a wet and windy Dawlish.
DUNKESWELLL Rovers’ double-header weekend didn’t go according to plan.
Beer Albion look like being sucked into a Premier Division relegation dogfight following their 4-2 defeat away to Newtown on Saturday, writes Richard Honour.
CHRIS Long took his goal tally to eight in ten games as Honiton Town beat University 7-2 in Division One.
Honiton U12s knew they were in for a tough match in the return home fixture against Cheriton Fitzpaine after beating the same opposition in their previous outing.
SEATON Town U13s turned in one of the best performances of the season in some of the worst conditions they have encountered to win 3-1 at Okehampton Argyle.
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