Football

Upottery manager Dan Prettejohn is delighted that his team has won the Bill Rees Sportsmanship Shield, awarded to the Macron Devon and Exeter League Premier Division side that gets the most matchday points from the referees who control their games.

Seaton Town AFC has named Brendon Willey as their new first team coach and the club has also named the day for a return to pre-season training.

Upottery were claimed as the most sporting club in the Macron Devon and Exeter Football League last season.

Colyton Under-14s were out in force at the Exeter and District Youth League Presentation Evening held at the Corn Exchange in Exeter.

Honiton Town have been handed a baptism of fire in terms of their first ever action in the South West Peninsula League Cup, the Walter C Parsons Cup.

Ottery St Mary AFC are set to return for pre-season training on Tuesday week (June 13).

There was a terrific turnout for the Ottery St Mary Football Club awards evening.

At the end of each season there’s a special annual match played at the Manstone Lane home of Sidmouth Town AFC.

It’s the big weekend of rugby and football in London for Exeter Chiefs on Saturday and Exeter City on Sunday.

West Hill Wasps Under-8s have just completed their first season of football with a campaign in the Exeter and District Youth League.

More than 15,000 Exeter City fans have purchased tickets for the Sky Bet League Two play-off final as of 9.30pm on Tuesday, writes Simon Larkins.

Honiton Town will be under a new manager when they launch their new life as a South West Peninsula League club in a couple of month’s time.

Have you got your ticket yet for the Exeter City play-off final at Wembley next Sunday (May 28)?

Ottery Football Club is holding a charity fun day on Saturday (May 20) to raise money for a trio of causes.

Upottery wrap up another football season on Friday night when they contest the Seaton Challenge Cup final against hosts Seaton Town.

The South West Peninsula League has released a full set of statistics for the season and they make interesting reading for East Devon clubs.

Feniton Under-14s ended what was another successful football s eason with a 3-1 win over Copplestone United.

Upottery Reserves are the new holders of the Geary Cup.

Millwey Rise Football Club has produced, arguably, the finest season’s review of any club of their standing.

Exeter City Football Club has today confirmed that work will start on its stadium improvement project this summer - after more than two years of complex negotiations, writes Simon Larkins.

Dunkeswell Rovers travelled to Elmore for their final game of the season on Saturday where unavailability due to a stag party and the start of the cricket season saw manager Rod Hill blood three youngsters from the current Honiton Youth Under-16 side.

Offwell Rangers player-boss Scott Phillips oversaw his final game as the Rangers ‘gaffer’, and the team did him proud seeing him out of office with a 4-3 home success over Exeter-based side Central.

Colyton Under-14s were crowned champions of the Exeter and District Youth League when they travelled to Copplestone and recorded a splendid 6-2 victory.

Offwell Rangers went down by the odd goal in seven in their penultimate outing of the season, the Golesworthy Cup semi-final.

Millwey Rise celebrated their recently ended season at a well-attended Presentation Evening at Cloakham Lawns, writes Dick Sturch.

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