Football

In what was a wonderful advert for U18 football, unbeaten sides Feniton and Newton Abbot shared the spoils in a 2-2 draw at Feniton’s Acland Park.

It was a super Saturday for both Honiton RFC and Honiton Town FC as both won their respective matches, but it’s defeat for Axminster Town, Seaton Town and Feniton.

Honiton Town served up a superb all-round show on their midweek visit to high-flying Bovey Tracey to contest South West Peninsula League Eastern Division points.

Beer Albion Reserves booked their place in the third round of the Firewatch Devon Senior Cup, with a hard won 2-0 victory over visitors Kingkerswell & Chelston Reserves from the South Devon League, writes Mike Adkin.

Beer Albion slumped to to their fourth league defeat in six starts on Saturday when they were beaten 5-0 by Newtown in the Devon and Exeter League Premier Division, writes Richard Honnor.

Feniton’s reward for their splendid Throgmorton Devon Premier Cup win over Liverton is a home tie with Budleigh Salterton.

Feniton Under-18s were emphatic 13-0 winners when they visited Brixington for a Devon League game.

Dan Stapleton and Ben Kidson both scored twice as Dunkeswell Rovers won their Macron League Division Five fixture at Starcross Generals 5-1.

Upottery Reserves made Devon Intermediate Cup progress with a 4-2 Glebe Park success over Cheriton Fitzpaine.

Honiton Town claimed their fourth win of the South West Peninsula League Eastern Division campaign and also kept their first clean sheet of the league season, beating Teignmouth 3-0 at Mountbatten Park on Saturday.

Millwey Rise Reserves were 3-2 winners when they entertained Devon Yeoman Reserves in a Macron League Division Eight game, writes Dick Sturch.

Axminster Town became the first team to defeat Stoke Gabriel in South West Peninsula League Eastern Division action when they beat the South Devon side 3-0 under the Tiger Way floodlights in a midweek meeting.

Ottery St Mary head into tomorrow’s Devon Senior Cup home tie against Dartmouth United Reserves hoping to launch a run towards county cup glory.

Cranbrook will have to await the outcome of a decision from the Devon FA with regard to their progress in this season’s Football Express Cup after their first round match at home to Spreyton was abandoned at half-time by the match referee.

With several key players unavailable through injuries and holidays and with just 11 players and no substitutes travelling, Beer Albion first team expected to be well beaten by Peninsular League Eastern Division outfit St. Martins in the Throgmorton Devon Premier Cup on Saturday, writes Richard Honnor.

Millwey Rise’s hunt for a first win of the Macron League Division Four campaign goes on after they were beaten 2-1 by visiting Winkleigh, writes Dick Sturch.

Local football round-up

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

It was a big Saturday of cup football for local teams and Macron League leaders Colyton made Devon Premier Cup progress with a 3-1 home win over Seaton Town.

It’s not been a good past few days for Honiton Town as the Hippos have crashed out of the Devon Premier Cup and lost a Monday night South West Peninsula League Eastern Division game.

The Under-16s play in the Exeter and District Youth League and the U18s are members of the Devon County U18 League.

Upottery Reserves were made to work hard by basement side Awliscombe before beating their East Devon opposition 2-1 in a Glebe Park Macron League Division Five game.

Beer Albion Reserves unexpectedly thumped Macron Division Three leaders Otterton 6-2 in the Bill Slee Cup on Saturday, writes Richard Honnor.

Millwey Rise Reserves shared four goals with hosts Exmouth Town thirds, writes Dick Sturch.

Upottery Reserves were made to work hard by basement side Awliscombe before beating their East Devon opposition 2-1 in a Glebe Park Macron League Division Five game.

Honiton Town crashed out of the Throgmorton Devon Premier Cup when beaten 4-2 at Mountbatten Park by visitors Bocca Seniors from the North Devon League Premier Division.

Millwey Rise’s hunt for a first win of the Macron League Division Four campaign goes on after they were beaten 2-1 by visiting Winkleigh, writes Dick Sturch.

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