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The final week of the outdoor bowling season saw Seaton Bowls Club stage their finals weekend, writes Alan Nicholas.

There was almost a clean AVR sweep at Seaton Parkrun on Saturday, writes Chris Keefe.

Honiton ladies won their county Interclub (double rink) semi-final against Tiverton West End, writes Julie Grant.

Windwhistle Motor Club of Chard has held its second September Autumn Trial at Parkhayne Farm at Shute Devon.

In the ladies Over-50s League Feniton defeated Topsham by 28 shots to 22, writes Roger Smith.

Axminster outdoor bowlers ended the 2107 campaign on a ‘high’, recording success on two fronts, writes David Harris.

Firstly, a very big well done to Barry Rattenbury, Alan Nabarro, Bob Turpin, Richard Cridge, Phil Stephens & Glen Broom who, as Percy Baker West Three, gave a very strong team from Poole Park a run for their money, writes Paul Moffitt.

AVR athlete Jake Smith was one of the 57,000 runners at the Great North Run (13.1 miles) on Sunday, writes Dave Mutter.

Honiton bowler Sue Evans was in terrific form at the Devon ladies finals held at Topsham, writes Julie Grant.

An Ironman race is broadly recognised as one of the ultimate endurance events in the world. It comprises of a 2.4-mile swim, followed by a 112-mile bike ride and finally a 26.2-mile marathon run.

Seaton Over-60s Triples League C team were in fine form, when they defeated visiting Ottery C, writes Alan Nicholas.

Thirty of our past, present and some future members packed their suitcases and bowls equipment to go on the club’s annual tour which this year saw us hit the M5 up to Cheltenham for our tour of the Cotswolds, writes David Tooley.

reat Western took the honours in the annual inter-regional match against Devon, played at the Isca Centre, Exeter, writes Chris Bigmore.

Feniton ladies had a mighty close encounter with Seaton Reds in an Over-50s League meeting, writes Roger Smith.

Seaton ladies’ Over-50s Blue team had a busy week to complete another league campaign, writes Alan Nicholas.

Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey Club are hoping for success for its nine senior league teams and 10 junior teams this coming season, writes Jack Ellison.

Dunkeswell bowlers enjoyed a terrific success when they travelled to Hemyock for a match, writes Josie Williams.

Feniton B end bowls season with a victory

Thursday, September 7, 2017

Feniton Bowling Club’s final matches of the Exeter and District Over 60s Triples League resulted in the B team finishing fourth in Division Five.

Seaton beach was the venue for 38 anglers to contest the 2017 Seaton Carnival Open Shore meeting

In the LOFTL, Ottery ladies enjoyed a close three shot win against Honiton, writes Michael Smith.

Seaton bowlers were in friendly action with a trip to Exeter to meet Exonia, writes Alan Nicholas.

The past couple of weeks has seen plenty of success for Chardstock bowlers, writes Vaughan Fletcher.

As reported last week, the championship side just scraped through on shot difference against Bridport and will play championship bowls again next season, writes Paul Moffitt.

Sue Evans has bowled her way into another county final, this time in the Over-55 singles and into the county semi final of the Over-55 pairs with Carole Binmore, writes Julie Grant.

Last weekend saw the culmination of the Ottery St Mary Bowls Club internal competitions, writes Michael Smith.

On Saturday, one of the hottest days of the year when any sensible person would have been sunbathing on the beach, AVR Graham Newton was instead running ‘The Oke Croak’, a 10.5-mile self-navigating fell race over tracks and unmarked paths on North Dartmoor, writes Dave Mutter.

Chris Perry ‘celebrated’ his 50th birthday with a ‘fifty-at-fifty’ outing, writes Dave Mutter.

It has been a frenetic week for the men’s and ladies teams in their respective triples leagues, with a plethora of rearranged matches played, writes Roger Smith.

Axminster Bowls Club held the competition finals weekend and the two-day meeting was blessed with wall-to-wall sunshine, writes David Harris.

Blistering August sunshine awaited the five AVRs as they set off on Saturday’s gruelling Jurassic Coast 10k at Budleigh Salterton, writes Dave Mutter.

Seaton men’s A team travelled to Belmont A for their latest Exeter and District Over-60s Triples League match, writes Alan Nicholas.

Seaton Bowls Club can be rightly mighty proud of the exploits of four of their ladies at the national finals held at Leamington Spa, writes Alan Nicholas.

East Devon-based N1 Tri Club had a number of athletes involved in the thick of the action in Copenhagen, Denmark.

The summer holidays are over and the visitors have gone home, writes Jenny Uren.

This years’ Devon Petanque Doubles Championship was held in fine weather at Ottery St Mary’s Strawberry Lane Terrain, and as normal the hospitality was good -but it didn’t extend to the play as teams from the host club took both trophies on offer!, writes Chris Bigmore.

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