Football

Sunday, May 31, 2015

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.

Feniton Primary School pupils Jamie Pitter and Finn Upsher who were part of the Sidmouth Warriors Under-9s team that won the Exeter and District Youth League KO Cup at Exeter City.

Feniton footballers Jamie Pitter and Finn Upsher have been celebrating after winning the Exeter and District Youth League Under- 9s Cup with their Sidmouth Warriors team mates.

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The Millwey Rise FC Presentation evening took place last Friday night at the Cloakham Lawns Sports and Social Club, writes Dick Sturch.

Topsham Town V Sidbury United. Ref shsp 1613-12-15AW. Picture: Alex Walton

Sidbury United booked a place in next Tuesday night’s Morrison Bell Cup final when they beat Upottery 2-0 on Wednesday night at Washbrook Meadow, Ottery St Mary.

Ottery St Mary Under-13s won the Exeter and District Youth League Plate final at St James Park, Exeter.

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Dunkeswell bagged themselves a Golesworthy Cup final berth with a fine all-round show that was good enough to defeat Otterton 4-0.

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Offwell Rangers rounded off their Fresha League Division Seven campaign with an excellent all-round performance that saw them bank a deserved point from a 2-2 draw at Tivvy Park Rangers.

Colyton Cobras Under-13s celebrate after being crowned Plate winners at the Disneyland tournament

Colyton Cobras Under-13s have just returned from a highly successful five-day visit to France to compete in an international tournament at Disneyland, Paris.

Exmouth Ammies V Honiton. Ref exsp 5771-19-15AW. Picture: Alex Walton

Honiton Town have a great chance to end a glorious season with a cup to sit alongside the Fresha League Division One trophy after they booked a Seaton Challenge Cup final place with a 2-0 win at Combe St Nicholas.

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Watched by a crowd of 200 spectators, Beer Albion and Seaton Town shared the points in a hard-fought Fresha League Premier Division local derby on bank holiday Monday, writes Richard Honnor.

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Axminster Town were just three minutes away from a priceless victory that would have seen them avoid being this season’s South West Peninsula League Eastern Division wooden spoonists when University scored an equaliser to leave the Tigers forced to settle for a point and that unwanted tag!

Offwell Rangers rounded off their season with a richly deserved draw against Fresha Division Seven champions Winchester.

Upottery away at Sidmouth. Ref mhsp 6581-19-15TI. Picture: Terry Ife

Upottery wrapped up the Fresha League Division Two title with a 3-0 win at Sidmouth Town Reserves, writes Steve Birley.

Honiton Town action from the 5-0 Mountbatten Park win over Lympstone.

Honiton Town, crowned Fresha League Division One champions in midweek, ended their league campaign with a 1-0 defeat at Exmouth Amateurs.

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Upottery head to Manstone Lane, Sidmouth on Saturday looking for the single point that will see them crowned Fresha League Division Two champions.

Honiton Town who landed the Fresha League Division One title and will play in the Premier Division next season

Honiton Town bounced back from a weekend reversal at the hands of Exwick Villa to put Lympstone to the sword, beating the Lympets 5-0.

Budleigh 2nds away at Feniton. Ref exsp 5579-16-15TI. Picture: Terry Ife

Budleigh Salterton came back from 2-0 down to grab a 2-2 draw away to St Martins.

Axminster Town action

Axminster Town gave themselves a fighting chance of avoiding the South West Peninsula League, Eastern Division, wooden spoon when they won 1-0 at Exwick Villa on Tuesday night, writes Steve Birley.

Seaton Town Under-16s after they had won the Exeter and District Youth League Division Two title

Seaton Town won their final game of the league season 7-0 at home to Witheridge and that was sufficient to see them land the Exeter and District Youth League Under-16 Division Two title.

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Honiton Youth Under-12s were unable to end their league campaign with a victory as they went down 2-0 on a visit to North Tawton, writes Stuart Ward

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