Football

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Frank Rosenwald, a Year 12 student at Colyton Grammar School, has been chosen for the England Schoolboys’ under-18 team after attending a series of regional and national trials, writes Ben Leahy.

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Ottery St Mary failed to win a Fresha League Division Six home game for the first time this season when East Budleigh Reserves departed with a point after a 1-1 draw at Washbrook Meadow.

Sidbury at home to Beer Albion. Ref shsp 1608-05-15TI. Picture: Terry Ife

Sidbury United were 4-0 winners over Beer at Byes Lane, a fourth successive clean sheet victory.

Exeter City - East Devon Grecians

The 512 Grecian supporters sitting in the unseasonal warm sunshine at the Kassam Stadium, ahead of the game with Oxford United last Saturday, were possibly lulled us into a false sense of security, writes Gareth Hughes.

Goal celebrations from Budleigh Salterton U12's girls as they equalise against Moors on Sunday morning. Ref exsp 6034-05-15SH. Photo Simon Horn

On Sunday I had the pleasure of attending a Budleigh Girls Under-12s match for the first time, and I was very surprised by the effort these youngster put into the game, the disappointing expressions on their faces, with the occasional tear, if things went wrong, writes SpursTom.

Beer Albion’s poor run in the Fresha League Premier Division continued with a woeful display away to high-flying Sidbury United, writes Richard Honnor.

Beer Albion Reserves chalked up their fifth win in six matches with a 3-0 victory over Bradninch at the Furzebrake on Saturday, writes Richard Honnor.

Dunkeswell Rovers were 3-2 winners at Langdon to make it three games unbeaten and see them consolidate a top half position in Fresha League Division Six.

Honiton Devils Under-11s gave a good account of themselves in a game that eventually saw them lose 4-2 to high-flying Brixington Blues.

Honiton Youth Under-12 went down 5-1 when they entertained Moors Youth from Tiverton.

Without a first team match it was left to Millwey Rise Reserves to chalk up their second win of the season with a victory over Shepton Beauchamp at Cloakham Lawns, writes Dick Sturch.

Offwell Rangers were impressive in their 3-0 home win over Alphington.

Seaton Under-16s maintained their unbeaten season in Division Two of the Exeter and District Youth League with a 5-2 win at West Exe Youth in Exeter.

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Upottery scored ten goals in a Fresha League Division two game for the first time this season as they exacted sweet revenge on Culm United, a side that had beaten them 2-0 on the opening day of the season, thrashing them 10-1 at Glebe Park.

Sidmouth Town suffered a heavy reversal when they travelled to title-chasing Appledore in a South West Peninsula League Eastern Division game.

Exeter City - East Devon Grecians

With three successive defeats prior to last weekend, City’s previous recent run of good form had surprisingly stuttered to a halt, writes Gareth Hughes.

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Feniton followed up their precious weeks 5-1 win over Heavitree United with a 2-2 draw at home to Tiverton Town.

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Dunkeswell Rovers were 4-1 winners when they met Bradninch in a Fresha League Division Six match.

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Honiton Devils Under-11s went down 5-1 when they travelled into Exeter to meet Central Redstar for what was their first league outing for four weeks.

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Seaton Under-9s returned to action after the festive break and were straight back into the groove with two excellent results in the Exeter and District Youth League.

Upottery were hit by a fifth postponement of the Fresha League Division Two season when their game at Sidmouth fell to the rain.

Action from Axminster Town's meeting with Budleigh Salterton

Budleigh Salterton entertain Perry Street League outfit Combe St Nicholas in an Axminster Hospital Cup tie on Wednesday night (7.45pm).

Pike nets winner for Millwey Rise at Forton

Saturday, January 17, 2015
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Millwey Rise won their first game of the New Year with a 3-1 success at Forton, writes Dick Sturch.

Fluxton were not at their best, but were still god enough to despatch Ilminster 6-1 to continue to lead the way at the tip of the Fresha League Division Five table, writes Alex Paget.

Sidbury played Elmore on Saturday. Ref shsp 5134-03-15AW. Photo Alex Walton

Sidbury United chalked up a second successive clean sheet success and a third win on the spin as they beat Elmore 2-0 at Byes Lane, writes Steve Birley.

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