It’s Throgmorton Devon Premier Cup day tomorrow (October 10) and there are a number of local teams facing possible ‘giant-killing’ feats!
Offwell Rangers bagged their first win of the season with an excellent single goal success at Wellington.
Beer Reserves were left to make a 100-mile round trip to Winkleigh with yet another new combination of players with injuries and unavailability’s preventing the team fielding their best 11 players.
Honiton Under-13s staged a superb comeback from a three goal deficit to defeat City Raiders Galaxy 6-4 for an Exeter and District League encounter.
Seaton under-10s came up short in their meetings with Exmouth sides.
In an East Devon Senior Cup third round tie at the Furzebrake, Beer Albion were comfortable winners in a one sided game, beating Division 1 Lympstone 6-1, writes Mike Adkin.
Seaton Town Under-16s were in great form as they defeated West Exe Youth 5-0 in an Exeter and District League meeting.
Honiton Town returned to their early season form in style as they defeated Fresha League table-topping Elmore 2-0.
Millwey Rise edged into the next round of the Football Express Cup, beating hosts Royal Oak by the odd goal in seven, writes Dick Sturch.
Millwey Rise Reserves went out of the Geary Cup, beaten 4-1 after extra-time by Elmore Reserves, writes Dick Sturch.
Ottery St Mary Under-14s were in terrific form as they won 8-3 at St Martins.
Feniton bagged a berth in the next round of the Devon Senior Cup after an extra-time 3-2 success over Newtown.
Axminster Town skipper Jonny Hurford was the star of the show as the Tigers made it three wins in seven days and four in succession with a 2-1 win at Bovey Tracey.
Feniton Under-13s made it four games without defeat this season with a deserved success born out of a solid all-round show against Exeter Panthers.
Broadclyst Under-8s bagged a brace of victories when they played their latest round of matches in the Exeter and District Youth League.
Axminster Town head for South Devon and a meeting with Bovey Tracey on Saturday (October 3).
Feniton were frustrated in their bid to stay top of the Fresha League Premier Division when they were held to a 0-0 by hosts Hatherleigh.
Honiton Town slipped to a third straight defeat when beaten 2-0 at home by Clyst Valley.
Honiton Demons Under-12s were 3-2 winners when they defeated Moors Cobras in Tiverton.
Honiton Devils Under-12s battled well to deservedly claim all three points from a 3-2 Exeter Youth League success at Moors Rhinos.
Beer Reserves took on Alphington 3rds but there was to be no repeat of the opening day joy for Beer when these two sides last met, with the fishermen going down 2-1 writes Simon Smith.
Beer Albion found themselves playing Newtown for the second time in two weeks and regrettably this meeting was no more fruitful than the last writes Roger Hoare.
Axminster’s Millwey Rise Eagles and Falcons are looking for a few more players (boys and girls) to join their Under-10 teams for the current season.
Offwell Rangers were good value for a 1-1 draw at Elmore Reserves.
Seaton Under-10s had mixed fortunes in matches against Tiverton opposition.
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