Football

Millwey Rise Youth Under-12 girl’s team are on the hunt for some additional players to join them.

Beer Albion 2nds were beaten 4-1 by Starcross Generals in a Macron League Division Five match at a blustery Furzebrake, writes Richard Honnor.

Feniton finally got Macron League Premier Division points on the board with a 4-1 victory over a Hatherleigh side they had not beaten for three seasons.

Honiton Town thirds went down 5-2 in their meeting with table-topping Witheridge thirds.

Honiton Youth Unde-14s made the long trip to North Tawton where they were beaten 9-1 in an Exeter and District Youth League game, leaving them a subdued journey back to East Devon.

Offwell Rangers remain top of the Macron League Division Six table after a superb 3-0 win at Hatherleigh.

Feniton Under-16s built on their opening day win with a powerful showing against Honiton that saw them win 10-2.

Ottery St Mary sit top of the fledgling Macron League Division Four table after their 2-1 Washbrook Meadow win over University.

Following their success in the cup the previous week Ottery St Mary Under-11s continued their winning ways with a 6-1 win at Lympstone in an Exeter and District League meeting.

Both Beer Albion sides were without games last weekend due to a local wedding, writes Richard Honnnor.

Feniton’s miserable start to the new macron League season continued as they went down 3-0 to Seaton Town.

Honiton thirds went out of the Devon Intermediate Cup, beaten by the odd goal in seven by Bideford AFC Reserves.

Honiton Youth Under-14s began a new Exeter and District Youth League campaign with a victory after a late goal saw them to a success over visiting Cheriton Fitzpaine.

Millwey Rise Reserves were in fine goal scoring form as they won 6-1 at Central Reserves in Exeter, writes Dick Sturch.

Offwell Rangers went out of the Devon Intermediate Cup at the first round stage, beaten 3-1 by Ilfracombe.

For the second year running Millwey Rise got the better of K and M Polonia in a Devon Intermediate Cup tie, writes Dick Sturch.

Feniton Under-16s began their Exeter and District Youth League Division One campaign in similar fashion to how they closed their successful last campaign, when they won the Division Two title, as they defeated Seaton 1-0 in a close encounter.

Exeter City will host a charity football match in memory of Eamonn Dolan on Sunday, October 23, writes Simon Larkins.

Ottery St Mary Under-11s began a new season of competitive football with an empathic 10-0 win over City Raiders to make progress in the Exeter and District Youth League KO Cup.

Exeter City have signed striker Reuben Reid, subject to Football League and FA approval.

Honiton Town thirds, like the Mountbatten Park club’s other two teams, were left with bare numbers for their macron League Division Nine game at Millwey Rise and they eventually slipped to a 3-1 defeat.

Honiton Town Reserves were beaten 4-0 away at Bampton in a macron Division Three match.

Honiton Town launched their home season – their previous four games had all been away - in some style as they defeated Upottery 4-0 in a Devon Premier Cup tie.

Plans to install a new 3G pitch at Exeter City’s Cliff Hill training ground are well under way, with chairman Julian Tagg saying work on the project is due to start in two to three weeks, writes Simon Larkins.

Millwey Rise defeated Honiton thirds 3-1 when the pair met at Cloakham Lawns, writes Dick Sturch.

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