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Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey Club (SOHC) ladies III were 4-0 winners when they took on Winscombe IV in a Sedgemoor Division Two game.

Taunton host their Lifeboats Go Racing Meeting on Thursday March 30th when the first of the six races on the card which includes two Class 3 events and carries a very generous prize money total of £46,000, goes to post at 2pm.

The Exe to Axe race is just over a week away, writes Terry Bewes.

This weekend’s point-to-point, run by the Lamerton Hunt and due to be staged at Kilworthy near Tavistock, is off, writes Donna Harris.

Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey Club ladies first team ended their Petroc Division One home campaign with a stunning 6-0 success against recently crowned champions Exe III.

Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey Club (SOH) men’s and ladies teams, bring down the curtain on their respective 2016/17 league campaigns on Saturday (March 25).

The lovely running weather on Sunday was very welcome for the runners of the Tavy 13, a half marathon on roads and tracks starting in Tavistock, before heading out on to Dartmoor, writes Chris Keeffe.

Kilworthy on the edge of Dartmoor National Park, is the location for the Lamerton Point-to-Point fixture to be held on Sunday (March 26), writes Donna Harris.

Will Biddick and Byron Moorcroft each scored doubles at breezy and overcast Buckfastleigh on Sunday, writes Granville Taylor.

Axminster men lost their final County Over-60s League match, when beaten 97-65 by Isca, writes David Harris.

The second Sunday of March saw Honiton Bowling club present a cheque for £928.75 to Devon Freewheelers, writes Julie Grant.

Honiton Hornets were duly crowned champions of Petroc Two after a 3-0 win at Dart III.

The Grizzly nine-mile Cub Run is a tough race in itself, but attracted several HRC runners, writes Judy Davey.

Honiton Running Club (HRC) had a great turn out for this year’s Grizzly and Cub runs, writes Judy Davey.

The day before the 2017 Grizzly the youngsters had their turn when an incredible record was set with 314 runners finishing the fun run, writes Judy Davey.

A new season of Drag Racing gets underway at Smeatharpe this coming Saturday (March 18).

Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey (SOHC) ladies first team continued their superb unbeaten home run going this season as they defeated visiting Dart II 4-0.

The Grizzly, what can you say about this 20-mile multi terrain race?, writes Terry Bewes.

A trip back to the historic racecourse at Buckfastleigh where the Dart Vale and South Pool Harriers will be hosting Sunday’s (March 19) point-to-point meeting, writes Donna Harris.

Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey Club (SOHC) Under-12 boy’s travelled to Plymouth to take part in the end of season club finals, writes Sarah Daisy.

Twelve-year-old Iron Chancellor had not tasted success for fourteen months, but gave his three rivals a jumping lesson to win the Mixed Open on a pleasant spring afternoon at Ottery St Mary, writes Granville Taylor.

Taunton hold the second of three meetings this month on March 20, with a six race card that has a generous £44k on offer in prize money, writes Richard Walsh.

Dunkeswell bowlers have not enjoyed much success of late, writes Josie Williams.

Haldon Trail Runners’ James Denne was the just under 10 mile Cub Run winner in 59:38 with AVR’s Ollie Caute, second, 1:06:25 and Billy Fadden of Bedford Harriers, third, 1:06:49, writes Dave Mutter.

New race director Tony Smith was very pleased with the way the whole day went and gives his grateful thanks to all who gave their time up freely, writes Dave Mutter.

Seaton on Grizfest Saturday featured an outstanding afternoon of running by the children and youth of Seaton, Devon and other corners of Britain setting the scene and challenge for their elders on Sunday, writes Dave Mutter.

Honiton were 79-45 winners when they met Dunkeswell, writes Julie Grant.

A ‘very tough race that made you tingle’, that’s the verdict on the nearly 20 mile 30th Grizzly subtitled ‘Pearls a Stinger’, and there was great celebration for host club AVR when 18-year-old Jake Smith powered home to win, writes Dave Mutter.

The men’s third team went down 11-0 to a powerful Ashmoor side.

Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey Club (SOHC) ladies first team took their goal to 57 from 15 Petroc Division One games when they won 4-2 at Dartmouth.

The NR F1 Podcast – recorded in the county that gave the world Team Lotus, Martin Brundle and a training ground to the likes of Ayrton Senna and Mark Webber – kicks off its 2017 season in style.


Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey Club (SOHC) men’s first team were involved a thrilling encounter with hosts Taunton Vale, a game that saw them trail at the break, then lose a man before ending as winners by the odd goal in seven.

This weekend’s (March 12) point-to-point action is the pretty course at Bishops Court, Ottery St Mary, writes Donna Harris.

Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey Club (SOHC) ladies second eleven shared six goals in a terrific tussle with the only team to sit above them in the Sedgemoor Division Two table, Weston-super-Mare II.

Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey Club Under-14 boys were runners-up in their latest tournament outing.

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