For the third year running a Honiton quartet have returned form a visit to Sidmouth with the Spears Trophy, writes Julie Grant.
There are just three weeks remaining in the Honiton Summer Netball League campaign, writes Graham Ingram.
Honiton Community College (HCC) had six pupils involved in the Devon Schools Athletics Championship.
Sidmouth ladies were quietly celebrating a major win against their friends and rivals, Honiton, last Saturday, writes Susie Bonnell.
Ottery bowlers were involved in some close encounters last week, writes Michael Smith.
The Exmouth and District Netball League celebrated its 30th anniversary on Saturday and marked the occasion by staging a charity tournament at the Cranford Club.
East Devon speed-ace Harry Tincknell celebrated Ford’s historic Le Mans winning return despite enduring huge personal disappointment in the 24 Hour race.
Three AVR’s went to the notoriously fast and flat Martock 10k on Sunday, writes Dave Mutter.
As you read this the Lyme Regis Bowls Club tournament week is well under way and, hopefully, under sunny skies, writes Paul Moffitt.
With four weeks left to play in the Honiton Summer netball league there remain just three unbeaten teams, writes Graham Ingram.
There were mixed fortunes for Feniton bowlers last week in matches against Honiton in different competitions, writes Roger Smith.
Honiton bowler Carol Smith has been awarded her indoor county badge.
Two Honiton Running Club members made the short journey to Yeovilton, Somerset to compete in the third round of the Yeovilton Summer 5K Series, writes Judy Davey.
AVR duo Margaret Pearce and Alan Morbey ventured north of the border for the 2016 Edinburgh Marathon, writes Dave Mutter.
Last weekend was a quiet one in terms of the number of N1 Tri Club members out competing, writes Ellie Dominey.
Feniton’s men’s bowlers had a fine win last week in the Top Club competition, writes Roger Smith.
Honiton bowlers are back on track in the East of Exe League as they secured a win over Ottery St Mary by 74 shots to 70, writes Julie Grant.
The new East of Exe League is now in full swing, writes Linda Stone.
The second Wednesday in June saw round two of the N1 Tri Club’s Summer Duathlon series, writes Stephen Birley.
The Honiton Summer Netball League has reached the halfway point, writes Graham Ingram.
Its been another busy period at Axminster Bowls Club, writes David Harris.
Sidmouth bowler - and also a regular supplier of club news to the Sidmouth Herald - Susie Bonnell, has peened a poem all about the noble sport of bowls, writes Steve Birley.
Ottery ladies started the week in winning form, writes Micheal Smith.
Bay Central put up a sparkling performance to win the Ladies’ Open unchallenged in a fast time at Bratton Down, writes Granville Taylor.
A dramatic increase in entries at this year’s Nunney International Horse Trials which take place from June 17-19 and is supported by Kingairloch Highland Estate, is testament to the event’s burgeoning popularity, writes Lucy Johnson.
The bank-holiday weekend saw N1 Tri Club members in action both locally, nationally and internationally, writes Ellie Dominey.
Two Honiton RC members travelled up to the small town of Fairford, Gloucestershire to compete in the Fairford 10K, writes Judy Davey.
Harry Tincknell has set his sights on achieving a podium finish on Ford’s historic return to the Le Mans 24 Hours later this month (June 18-19).
There were 72 runners in the 11th Umborne Ug 10k and fun run held at Umborne Hall which was won by AVR’s Terry Emmett in 43.42, writes Dave Mutter.
Honiton Running Club’s Stephen Boyes took part in the seventh Forces March from May 25 to May 29, writes Judy Davey.
Last weekend, Tim Lenton and Matt Clist joined the select group of AVRs who have completed the Bob Graham Round (BGR), writes Dave Mutter.
The Dunkeswell Kart Racing 2016 season reached the halfway stage with round four being raced under brilliant blue skies at the superb Mansell Raceway, writes Jim Bees.
In their first County Trophy Competition match of the season, Feniton lost narrowly to Madeira, going down by six shots, 88-82, writes Roger Smith.
Honiton recorded an outstanding win with success on all six rinks in a mixed friendly against Bridport, writes Julie Grant.
Last week was a good one for players and teams across the board at Seaton, writes Linda Stone.
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