Bridgwater’s Alex Bragg headed the Empire Coachbuilders CIC2* at Bicton Arena International Horse Trials riding Sally Ellicott’s 13-year-old Zagreb, writes Lucy Johnson.
Seven Honiton Running Club (HRC) members took the long journey to Tywyn in mid Wales to take part in the Rotary Club’s ‘Race the Train’ event, writes Judy Davey.
Seaton men’s Over-60s Triples League C team played for the second time in two days when they took on high-flying Wellington B in a rearranged match, writes Alan Nicholas.
Seaton bowlers had a busy Monday of action with no fewer than three matches played on the day, writes Alan Nicholas.
Seaton were in County Trophy action with a quarter-final tie at Babbacombe where Torquay Country Club provided the opposition.
Windwhistle Motor Club from Chard held their annual Summer Cup Car Trial at Boshill, East Devon.
Ottery St Mary had no joy in back-to-back meetings with Feniton, writes Michael Smith.
Ottery St Mary played out a close encounter of the bowling kind when they travelled into Exeter to meet Exonia, writes Michael Smith.
AVR Graham Newton ran the Horseshoe Sticklepath race, a self-navigating route across the high moorland of Dartmoor, crossing rough unmarked terrain with a climb of 1700 feet, writes Dave Mutter.
East Devon drag racing ace Mark ‘Wolfie’ Smith was in top form once again when he travelled north to take part in the George Brown Memorial Sprint held at the East Kirkby track in Lincolnshire.
Ottery St Mary bowlers have enjoyed a good past week in the Over-60s League, writes Michael Smith.
AVR member Clare Hansford travelled to Swanage to compete in the standard distance triathlon at this well organised and beautifully positioned event, writes Dave Mutter.
The past week was a good one for the Chardstock bowlers playing in the Exeter and District Over-60s Triples League, writes Vaughan Fletcher
Four Honiton Running Club (HRC) members took part in the Forest Flyer, held at Haldon Woods, Exeter, writes Judy Davey.
The ‘Redfern Trophy’ was once again won by an Ottery St Mary team, writes Michael Smith.
The big news this week was the fact that the club was celebrating it’s 80th anniversary on Sunday, writes Paul Moffitt.
Dunkeswell bowlers were in fine form for their visit to Hemyock, writes Josie Williams.
Three Honiton Running Club (HRC) runners taking the short trip to West Bay for the fifth running of the Bridport Runners’ Jurassic Coast 10k, writes Judy Davey.
Axminster bowlers were in excellent home form when they entertained a very sporting Chard team, writes David Harris.
Honiton Sea Angling Club ran the Beer Regatta self drive species hunt that took place on Saturday morning at Beer, writes Mike Spiller.
Honiton bowlers had mixed fortunes in East of Exe League matches last week, writes Julie Grant.
Seaton ladies, Blue team, were in Over-50s Triples League action with a match at Budleigh where they won both triples and also took the overall match honours by 59 shots to 17, writes Alan Nicholas.
Seaton bowlers took on visiting Chardstock in a four-rink friendly winning the contest by three rinks to one, and overall by 80 shots to 47, writes Alan Nicholas.
Drag Racing ace Mark ‘Wolfie’ Smith is back on the road this weekend and making a journey he hopes will be much less stressful than the one he made to the same location a couple of months ago.
Off road runs on Dartmoor are very varied - you just never know what you’re going to get, writes Dave Mutter.
The weather once again hit the Ottery St Mary bowls schedule over the past week, writes Michael Smith.
The weather was much better on Sunday for the Jurassic 10k and half marathon, both run from West Bay, writes Dave Mutter.
Only the hardy or daft would have turned out to run the Haselbury Trail 10k on a very wet and windy Wednesday evening, writes Dave Mutter.
The past week was a much better one for the league teams at Lyme Regis, writes Paul Moffitt.
Honiton ladies invited triples teams from Madeira, Budleigh, Sidmouth, Seaton, Dunkeswell and Bridport to play them last Saturday afternoon, wrtes Julie Grant.
Seaton Parkrun managed to gain three mentions in Athletics Weekly (the national publication for athletics fans) this week for the final run in July, writes Dave Mutter.
Feniton’s mixed team continued their winning ways in the East of Exe League when they secured a 70-54 success over Hemyock, a result that keeps the team on top of the table, writes Roger Smith.
Kelly Stamp had a real difficult time at the off-road Dorset invader marathon, writes Dave Mutter.
Two members from Honiton Running Club took part in the first ever Greenbow Running Club’s Straight Eight last Saturday evening, writes Judy Davey.
Weather played a part in restricting Chardstock bowlers to just two outings last week, writes Vaughan Fletcher.
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