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Sidbury Short Mat Bowls club held their annual singles competition last week.

Exmouth Community school pupil Ben Lane was a gold medal double winner at the Under-19 nationals held at Milton Keynes.

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Exeter Racecourse’s annual Star Sports Cheltenham Festival Preview Evening takes place after racing on Tuesday, March 3 when an all-star line up will answer questions about their chances at the world’s greatest jump racing meeting, writes Lucy Johnson.

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Point to Point racing takes place this Saturday (February 28) with the meeting at Bishops Court, Ottery St Mary, writes Donna Harris.

Otters maintained their five point advantage at the top of division one with a 50-23 win over Tip Top Trees, who were just three goals short of collecting a point from the game, writes Graham Ingram.

Isabella Synekherd (left), Alexis Jouan (centre) and  Guy Round with their medals won at the Devon Foil Championships

Sidmouth and East Devon Fencing Club was well represented at this years Devon Foil Championships, with nine adults and five juniors taking part.

Honiton runners at the Dalwood event

Most of the runners at last Sunday’s Dalwood Three Hills’ Challenge were using it as last minute training for next week’s Grizzly, write Judy Davey.

Tont Pinder in cross country action

Axe Valley Community College student Tony Pinder has been selected to represent Devon at the National round of the Schools Cross Country competition.

What a day for the Dalwood Three hills races, writes Dave Mutter.

Popular and enjoyable, a Fish and Chip Supper took place at Honiton Bowling Club last Friday, so thanks to David and Tony Tooley for doing the cooking, writes Julie Grant.

The Axe Valley Boules League Annual General Meeting and Registration Night will be held at Seaton FC on Tuesday, March 3, starting at 7.30pm, writes Gerard Wood.

Taunton races set for big Thursday meet

Sunday, February 22, 2015
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Taunton hold the third of their meetings this month on Thursday February 26, when they host the Royal Bath and West Raceday, which features two Class 3 events and the first of seven races on the card goes to post at 2pm, writes Richard Walsh.

Just like buses, when you want to enter a good race, two come along together, writes Dave Mutter.

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The recent period has been rather devoid of fixtures for various reasons at Axminster Bowls Club, but of the five matches played three were won, writes David Harris.

Devon and Somerset Gliding Club

Devon and Somerset Gliding Club is among 148 local sports projects to secure a share of £10 million of National Lottery funding from Sport England’s Small Grants fund.

Axe Valley Pedallers on their February ride

Axe Valley Pedallers meet at Seaton Tram Station for most of their Sunday cycle rides, but for the February ride they they started instead from Axminster town centre, so that they had a head start on their trip into Dorset, writes Rob Watson.

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A total of 91 runners contested the seven point-to-point races on the popular old racecourse at Buckfastleigh which looked in great shape, writes Granville Taylor.

Honiton Ladies' team who are through to the national sem-finals of the Yetton Trophy

The Honiton ladies bowled their way into the national semi-final of the Yetton Plate competition with a magnificent 82-62 success over Egerton Park, writes Julie Grant.

Four Trigs Challenge proves to be a big hit

Thursday, February 12, 2015

A legal high! There were many ‘highs’ about the 15th Four Trigs race, writes Nick Keast.

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Winslade Buccaneers continue to hold a healthy four point lead at the top of the Woodbury and District Skittles League.

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To the credit of Honiton Club bowlers, in the individual national entries this year, they have won through to eight Area 31 finals, writes Julie Grant.

Devon and Somerset Gliding Club and the Pawnee is ready to launch again

Trial lessons are back in full swing at the Devon and Somerset Gliding Club, writes Jill Harmer.

Exmouth martial arts and the succesful Tae Kwondo students who bagged medals at the South West Championships

Exmouth martial arts competitors were in action at the 40th South West Tae Kwon Do championships.

Honiton Under-11 netball team,

Honiton Netball Club Under-11s are enjoying an excellent season, writes Jenny Kelly.

Windwhistle Motor Club and the trophy winners

Windwhistle Motor Club held its Annual Dinner and Awards event at The Windwhistle Inn, Cricket St Thomas, near Chard.

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With ten of their 15 games played Honiton Netball League Division One table-toppers Otters hold a three-point cushion over Flamingos thanks to a convincing 59-11 win over bottom side JD Tyres who are still searching for their first win of the season, writes Graham Ingram.

SOHC Girls' Under-10 team

Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey Club Under10 girls’ were back in action at a festival held at St James School, Exeter.

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The ultra-consistent Double Bank was an impressive winner of the Men’s Open in the hands of Mervyn Woodward at the Mid Devon Point-to-point, writes Granville Taylor.

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There was more success for the Honiton ladies in the County Foxlands Trophy when they played Torbay, writes Ann Brown.

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The East Devon Short Mat Bowls league continues to provide great excitement, writes Caroline Pavey.

AVR runners at Branscombe

James Green’s running has really improved and, after winning at Axmouth a fortnight before he was at it again in the Saturday night 10mile Wild Night Run, writes Dave Mutter.

Four Trigs Race this Sunday

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

This coming Sunday (February 8) sees the staging of the 2015 Four Trigs Race.

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Axminster Indoor Bowling Club have enjoyed some very close encounters of late with somewhat mixed results, writes David Harris.

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Honiton ladies have won through to the national quarter-final of the Yetton Plate after beating Thornbury 81 shots to 65, writes Julie Grant.

Colyton Grammar School studen Elliot Moran on the podium after winning the Devon Schools Junior Boys Cross County Championships race.

Colyton Grammar School student, Elliot Moran produced a superb run to finish first in the Junior Boys category at the Devon Schools Cross Country Championships held at Stover, Newton Abbot, writes Zoe Kuyken.

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