Honiton Under-7 Hurricanes took part in a series of matches at Sampford Peverell.

Beer Albion were no match for Topsham Town on Saturday as they went down 3-1 to the current champions at the Furzebrake on Saturday, writes Richard Honnor.

On a glorious day and the condition of the pitch to match, Millwey Rise and Feniton Reserves fought out a very entertaining game of football that was won by the home side by the odd goal in three, writes Dick Sturch.

Honiton Under-13s were 5-1 winners when they visited Feniton for a local derby.

Feniton entertained newly promoted Upottery in a Macron top flight game that ended honours even with four goals shared by two well-matched outfits.

Honiton Town maintained their unbeaten record and banked three more points thanks to an injury time goal from Ben Ashford sealed a superb 3-2 success at home to Seaton.

Honiton Youth Under-14s pushed table-topping Wonford Galaxy all the way before going down by the odd goal in seven.

Millwey Rise Reserves’ unbeaten league run came to an end with a bit of a disappointing display at Chagford where they went down 4-1, writes Dick Sturch.

Axminster Town continue to sit second in the Eastern Division of the South West Peninsula League after two second half goals saw them to a competent 2-0 home win over Appledore.

Ottery St Mary went out of the Firewatch Devon Senior Cup when beaten 5-0 by Witheridge Reserves.

Feniton went down 3-0 when they hosted Heavitree United in a Macron League Premier Division meeting.

Beer sunk by impressive Newtown

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Beer Albion put up a plucky performance against Newtown, but went down 4-0 at the Furzebrake on Saturday, writes Richard Honnor.

Honiton Town continued their assault on the Macron League top flight title with a 10-0 mauling of hosts Newton St Cyres.

Upottery were 2-1 winners of their Macron League top flight game at Clyst Valley.

When Reuben Reid scored his first goal for Exeter City with nine minutes left to play against Barnet on Saturday, Roger Hamilton-Kendall suddenly became the focus of a lot of attention in the away end at The Hive.

Honiton Town thirds shared 10 goals with Tedburn St Mary when they pair contested a Macon League Division Nine game.

Honiton Town Under-14s were 2-1 winners when they entertained City Raiders.

Offwell Rangers were in great goal scoring form as they thumped visiting Hatherleigh Town Reserves 10-0.

Honiton Town were dealing in the serious currency of goals on the middle Saturday of October with the senior Hippos side netting 10 in a whopping Macron League top flight win at Newton St Cyres and the third XI shared TEN with Tedburn at Mountbatten Park.

Torrential ran that fell throughout the match was a key factor as Millwey Rise went out of the Devon Intermediate Cup, beaten 2-0 at home by Paignton-based side Roselands, writes Dick Sturch.

Upottery Reserves proved far too strong for Bradninch when they thrashed the Mid Devon side 12-1 at Glebe Park.

Playing only their second home game of the season, Beer Albion progressed to the Third round of the Devon Premier Leagues cup with a good 2-0 win against their Macron League rivals Hatherleigh Town, writes Richard Honnor.

Feniton gave South West Peninsula League Eastern Division leaders Crediton United a terrific game in a Devon Premier Cup that the senior side won 3-1.

The Exeter City first team players and staff were given the chance to thank club volunteers for their help at a party after Saturday’s 0-0 draw Grimsby Town.

Honiton Town thirds claimed a second successive victory with a 4-1 win over East Budleigh Reserves.

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