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William Tidball is seemingly in the fast lane to success.

Three intrepid Axe Valley Runners set off late Saturday afternoon to experience their first night run in Haldon Forest, writes Dave Mutter.

The 10-mile Oh My Obelisk at Dawlish race attracted four AVR members, writes Dave Mutter.

The ladies second team faced a strengthened Bridgwater side.

Honours ended even in the Petroc Division Two in-house meeting between SOHC ladies third and fourth teams.

Point-to-Point horse racing enthusiast will be heading to Black Forest Lodge this coming weekend, where it’s the turn of the Silverton to host their meeting on Sunday (January 22), writes Donna Harris.

Last Wednesday night was the fourth event of the rather excellent Seaton winter 5k series.

The first action of 2017 in the Honiton Netball League saw the top two Division One sides in action, writes Graham Ingram.

While some Honiton Running Club (HRC) members headed for Axmouth to tackle the hills a group did opt for the pancake flat 10k from the Quay along the river in Exeter known as the First Chance which is a two-loop circuit mostly on tarmac and gives fast times, writes Judy Davey.

Honiton ladies have reached the last 16 in the national Vivienne Trophy, writes Julie Grant.

Dunkeswell bowlers, who have been struggling in the Tuesday League, recorded a much improved result last week, writes Jose Williams.

Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey Club (SOHC) men’s teams return to action this Saturday (January 14).

Sidmouth Running Club had one senior and two junior members involved at the South West Club and County Cross Country Championships, held at Exeter Racecourse, writes Terry Bewes.

Last weekend saw N1 Tri Club stage their annual awards evening at Escot Village Hall.

SOHC ladies resume their Petroc Division One campaign this Saturday when they host Torbay 2 at Sidmouth (noon). SOHC have not played a league game since a November 26, 5-1 win over Teign 2.

Justin Ashby, one of the leading runners in Sidmouth, took part in the First Chance 10k meeting held in Exeter, writes Terry Bewes.

It was a day of doubles with plenty of mud flying on the Royal Cornwall showground at Wadebridge for the North Cornwall eight-race card, writes Granville Taylor.

Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey Club (SOHC)ladies warmed-up for their return to league action this coming weekend (January 14), by playing a friendly.

This weeks Seaton 3K Parkrun was won by Simon Durrant in a time of 19:44, writes Dave Mutter.

Conditions were perfect for Sunday’s Axmouth Challenge, perfect temperature with enough mud to make things interesting, writes Dave Mutter.

Axminster bowlers have won their three mixed friendlies and suffered narrow defeats in their two County League matches over the festive period, writes David Harris.

There have been mixed fortunes at the start of a new year for the ladies of Honiton bowling club, writes Julie Grant.

The ladies section played the Hangover Cup last week, although it was not apparent that any ladies was still suffering!, writes Pete Motson.

As we go into the second half of the season, Beer still lead the way in the Evening Division one, with Sidbury Whites close behind, writes Caroline Pavey.

Point-to-Point horse racing action returns to the Devon and Cornwall Area after the Christmas and New Year break, when the North Cornwall host their meeting at the Royal Cornwall Show Ground, Wadebridge this coming Sunday (January 8), writes Donna Harris.

The year of 2016 has been another good one for Honiton Sea Angling Club.

There was a bumper turnout of 212 for the Seaton Park Run held on Christmas Eve with many seasonal holiday runners taking part, writes Dave Mutter.

The Axe Vale Pony Club attended the Equine Fair at Westpoint Exeter having been chosen as one of four Pony Clubs to take part in the Horse and Hound Challenge, writes Karen Bostock.

Honiton Running Club’s Paul Lowman has organised a beginner runners’ course which starts on Monday, January 9, at 6.40pm at Honiton Community College, writes Judy Davey.

Three AVRs travelled across to compete at the Wellington Monument 10k race, writes Dave Mutter.

Axminster men’s bowls were unlucky in their Devon League meeting with Sidmouth, writes David Harris.

Honiton bowlers won their two mixed friendlies last week, each time scoring twice as many shots as their opponents, writes Julie Grant.

The latest Seaton Parkrun was won by James Campbell of Purbeck Runners, writes Dave Mutter.

Taunton host their Christmas Meeting on Tuesday December 20, when the six race card gets going at 12.45pm, writes Richard Walsh.

The Otterton Reindeer Run helped quite a few Honiton Running Club (HRC) members to enter into the festive spirit when it took place on the first Saturday of the month, writes Judy Davey.

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