Baxter Williams and his father Gary made the 600-mile round trip to Lincolnshire for the second time this season.
Last weekend saw two AVR members contend with a 24-hour race, writes Dave Mutter.
The point-to-point season drew to a close on Saturday, when the Torrington Farmers hosted their meeting at the popular course on the edge of Umberleigh, writes Donna Harris.
Harry Tincknell raced his way to a fourth placed finish in the iconic Le Mans 24 Hours race.
The Axminster men did well to beat Phear Park in the County Top Club competition, writes David Harris.
The Feniton men’s team had a good win against Ottery St Mary in the County Trophy Competition, winning by 75 shots to 65, writes Roger Smith.
Louis Darrock won the latest Seaton Parkrun in a time of 18:37, writes Dave Mutter.
AVR member Denise Burges completed her second-ever 10k around Exeter Quay for Age UK, writes Dave Mutter.
The Seaton bowling week opened on Monday with an East of Exe Mixed League match away against Chardstock, which provided a win of three rinks against one and an overall total shots score of 76 against 57, writes Alan Nicholas.
AVR were represented at the Run Exe Relays held on the banks of the River Exe in Exeter, writes Dave Mutter.
Air Cadets from the local Devon and Somerset Wing have finally beaten the weather and completed a lovely evening flying session, writes Jill Harmer.
The Honiton ladies’ Over-50s won their home meeting with Ottery St Mary, winning on both rinks to secure an overall 32-29 shot success, writes Joan Mackintosh.
The Vintage Velo and Cycling Fest returns to the Jurassic Coast at the end of the month.
The Devon Petanque League has reached the halfway stage in what has been a topsy-turvy season so far, writes Chris Bigmore.
The focus of attention in terms of South West petanque last week was on Isca Centre, Exeter where the annual match between the Devon and Kernow regional teams was staged.
It was another great week in the Ottery St Mary Over-60s League teams with all four sides winning their respective matches for the second successive week, writes Michael Smith.
A member of Ottery St Mary Bowling Club has just been awarded his England international cap, writes Michael Smith.
There were three bad league results for Lyme Regis teams in the past week, writes Paul Moffitt.
During the past week the club has been honoured by visits from the Bowls Devon Presidents team and the Nomads, writes Vaughan Fletcher.
Peter Johns was the only qualified runner in AVR’s June junior handicap, which he completed in a time of 12:17, writes Dave Mutter.
In an away match at Sidmouth, the Honiton ladies’ Over-50s were winners on both rinks in their meeting with Sidmouth Blue, writes Joan Mackintosh.
Honiton RC’s Adam Hennessey won the latest Seaton Parkrun, writes Dave Mutter.
The Seaton report this week begins with a friendly match at home on the first Saturday of June against Axminster, played over four triples, writes Alan Nicholas.
The Feniton men’s team successfully withstood the challenge of Axminster in the Top Club Competition, winning overall by three rinks to two, writes Roger Smith.
On Saturday, Roger Bramley took on the Tsunami 16-mile coastal trail race, from Hartland Quay to Bude, writes Dave Mutter.
The first Sunday in June saw Honiton Running Club (HRC) and Honiton Spinners come together to host a Duathlon based from Payhembury village hall, writes Judy Davey.
The third and final point-to-point horserace meeting takes place at the stunning location of Bratton Down, Bratton Fleming this coming Sunday (June 10), writes Donna Harris.
A lovely, warm summer evening drew a good crowd to the Eggesford fixture at Upcott Cross, postponed from its original April date due to waterlogging, writes Granville Taylor.
Two AVRs completed the Jurassic Coast 100km race that began at 9pm on Friday evening from Chesil Beach in Dorset and finished along the coast path at Exmouth the following morning, writes Dave Mutter.
When AVR Richard Hale retired back to his native Wales he continued to retain links with our local club, writes Dave Mutter.
Torrential rain greeted our intrepid lady AVRs as they arrived at the start line for the second Women Can (Women Only) Marathon on the final Sunday of May.
AVR member Paul Johns took on an extraordinary challenge to complete no fewer than 10 ironman distances in 10 days, writes Dave Mutter.
In terms of Lyme Regis league teams, it is the men’s first team who continue to struggle for points, writes Paul Moffitt.
Axminster bowlers have suffered a disappointing period, losing all three matches played away on grass, but did manage a win in our only home game, writes David Harris.
The Ottery ladies started the week playing host to Sidmouth Blue in the LOFTL, writes Michael Smith.
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