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Axminster Town host Wellington this Friday night in a pre-season game.

Tigers go for Burns

Wednesday, July 22, 2015
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Axminster Town have moved swiftly to appoint former Chard Town boss Ian Burns as their new manager in the wake of the departure from Tiger Way of Richard Pears, writes Steve Birley.

Offwell Rangers presentation evening

Offwell Rangers held a very successful evening with a difference as they celebrated their achievements last season.

Action from Somerset Rebels versus Glasgow. Lawson and Grajczonek in heat four.

After demolishing local rivals Plymouth in the KO Cup last weekend, the ‘Cases’ Somerset Rebels returned to Premier League action last night (Friday) and produce a stunning performance in the second half of the match to totally destroy the Glasgow Tigers, writes Dave Thompson.

Exmouth Town play the first of their scheduled home pre-season games this Friday when Willand Rovers are the visitors kick off 7.30pm, writes John Dibsdall.

Last season saw great success achieved by the young footballers at Seaton Town.

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Feniton Lions Under-14s are looking for a few new players across outfield positions for the forthcoming season.

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Axminster Town launch a new era as the 2015/16 football season kicks-off this evening (Wednesday) with the opening pre-season match against Exmouth Town.

Combe St Nicholas Ladies (otherwise known as Combe Ladies) formed two years ago, becoming the first female team to play at the club, writes Kim Cook.

Liam Osborne and Ewen Evans who have both been selected to play next season with the Arsenal Soccer School

Honiton youngster Liam Osborne has been successful in the second phase of trials with Arsenal Soccer School.

The Honiton Primary School football team

Honiton Primary School came out on top on in an East Devon Schools tournament for youngsters in years five and six.

Axminster Town FC Youth Section Open Day

Life for Axminster Town, now well settled into their superb new Tiger Way home, simply could not be better.

Millwey Rise are to say goodbye to the Perry Street league and hello to the Fresha Devon and Exeter league, writes Dick Sturch.


Millwey Rise AFC junior section are holding what looks to be a day not to miss for all football loving youngsters in the area.

The makeup of the 2015/16 Fresha Devon and Exeter Football league has been announced.

Seaton Town Under-9s

Seaton Under-9s held their presentation event to end an excellent season.

Honiton Town players (left to right); Tom Perryman - Man of the Match in Seaton Challenge Cup final, Steve Trenchard - Most Improved Player of the Season award winner - Matty Long – winner of both the Players’ player of the year and ‘ Young player of the Year - Lewis Couch – winner of the Goal of the season award and Joe Mulhall, who landed the honour for scoring the most Town goals in the season

Honiton Town rounded off a magnificent season with a superbly attended end of term presentation evening.

Colyton Under-12s after their cup win

Colyton Under-12s have completed another outstanding season.

Millwey Rise AFC are set to hold special day at the end of the month.

Axminster Town will be managed into their bright new future by former Exmouth Town manager Richard Pears.

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Millwey Rise AFC are on the hunt for some new players for their youth teams to join them next season.

Upottery away at Sidmouth. Ref mhsp 6509-19-15TI. Picture: Terry Ife

Upottery have been selected as the East area choice in the Fresha Devon and Exeter league with regard to the fair play nomination and the Charles Norsworthy Trophy.

Millwey Rise Under 9s with their coaches Jamie Froom & Darren Clarke.

Millwey Rise had two teams in action at the Exeter and District Youth League finals held at the St James Park home of Exeter City.

Axminster Town's new home at Tiger Way

Axminster Town are preparing for one of the biggest nights in their history when they stage the first ever floodlit game at their new Tiger Way home this Friday night (May 22).

Honiton Town being presented with the Seaton Challenge Cup

Honiton Town finished off a magnificent season with a Seaton Town Challenge Cup final win, writes Steve Birley.

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