Ottery St Mary have set a date for their Grandisson Cup quarter-final tie at Axmouth United.

Honiton Town play in the Macron League Premier Division Match of the Day for the third successive Saturday this weekend when they travel to Tiverton to face Elmore at their Horsdon Park home.

Exeter City are delighted to announce that the price of super saver season tickets for the 2017/18 campaign have been frozen, writes Simon Larkins.

Exeter City Football in the Community are launching a new Girls Football Development Centre in partnership with Exeter City Ladies Football Club, writes Richard Walsh.

Honiton Town thirds brought the curtains down on their Macron League Division Nin season with a 2-2 draw at Tedburn St Mary Reserves.

Honiton Town suffered their first defeat of the Macron League season when beaten 4-1 at Mountbatten Park by title rivals Newtown.

Beer Albion were beaten by 5-3 by Hatherleigh Town on Saturday at the Furzebrake, writes Richard Honnor.

Millwey Rise Under-14s secured back-to-back Dorset Youth League promotions after they clinched the Division Three title with a 7-1 success over Bere Regis.

Upottery Reserves suffered only their second defeat of the Macron League Division Eight season when beaten by the odd goal in five at Kentisbeare Reserves.

Feniton Under-16s were 3-2 winners when they hosted St Martins at Acland Park, a victory that keeps their title challenge going.

Millwey Rise endured a classic ‘bad day at the office’ when they were beaten 4-0 by Macron League Division Five champions-in-waiting Royal Oak, writes Dick Sturch.

Mountbatten Park stages the Macron League Premier Division Match of the Day on Saturday (March 18) when Honiton Town entertain Newtown in a contest between two of the three teams battling to win the title this season.

Ottery St Mary ended their Macron League Division Four campaign on a depressingly low note, beaten 3-2 in an East Devon derby at Washbrook Meadow by visiting Otterton.

Jonny Hurford continues to deliver the goods as interim-manager at Axminster Town with the Tigers winning their latest South West Peninsula League outing, beating bottom side Exwick Villa 2-1 in Exeter.

Seaton Town were 3-0 winners at Exmouth Amateurs.

Beer Albion were pipped by Heavitree United in tense, bruising seven goal thriller at Wingfield Park on Saturday, writes Richard Honnor.

Upottery Reserves took a break from their Macron League Division Eight title challenge to win not one, but two cup ties over the weekend.

Honiton Town Reserves went down 3-0 in their Macron League Division Three meeting with title-chasing University fourths.

Honiton Town made a huge statement in terms of their bid to take Macron League Premier Division title glory as they won 4-0 at the home of one of their main rivals for the top honour this season.

Honiton Under-14s were 3-1 winners when they entertained City Raiders Galaxy.

Feniton conceded three goals for the fifth successive game when beaten 5-3 at Okehampton Argyle in a Macron league top flight game.

Millwey Rise Reserves drew 0-0 with visiting Amory Green Rovers Reserves when the pair met at Cloakham Lawns to contest Macron League Division Nine points, writes Dick Sturch.

Honiton Town are now four points clear at the top of the Macron League Premier Division after a stunning 4-0 win a second-in-the-table Newtown.

Millwey Rise went down 3-2 on their Macron League Division Five visit to Starcross Generals, writes Dick Sturch.

Feniton Under-16s were handsome winners in the Exeter and District League Division One Match of the Day when they defeated Stoke Hill 4-1.

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