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Kev Hawker, Adam Hennessay, Tim Wigram and Steve Boyes of Honiton Running Club (HRC) took on the Exeter Marathon last Sunday, writes Judy Davey.

On Friday evening a team of AVRs travelled to Exeter to compete in the annual four-times-four relays event organised by Run Exe, writes Dave Mutter.

There were several Honiton Running Club (HRC) members that travelled across to Clyst Hydon to compete in the Huff, writes Judy Davey.

Varying fortunes were the order of the day in the men’s leagues, with a fine win for the championship side, 8-2 against a strong Wellworthy side, writes Paul Moffitt.

Seaton were in friendly action for a Saturday visit to Bradninch where the four rink score was two-two, writes Alan Nicholas.

The Devon Region of the English Pétanque Association (EPA) is pleased to have been selected, for the third consecutive year, to host the National Championships at the Isca Centre, Exeter, writes Chris Bigmore.

Seaton Bowling Club entertained Taunton in a four rink friendly that ended all square in terms of the rinks, but Seaton emerged as 73-63 overall shot winners, writes Alan Nicholas.

Ottery St Mary Bowling Club has been able to welcome two new sponsors this year, writes Michael Smith.

Bicton Arena’s five-day showjumping extravaganza takes place next weekend (May 25 -29) when some of showjumping’s brightest stars will be in action, writes Lucy Johnson.

This coming Sunday (May 21), will see the first of the three point-to-point meetings to be held at the popular Bratton Down Course, writes Donna Harris.

Two days of championship speed hill climbing entertained at Wiscombe Park with Honiton driver Dave Gardner taking a brace of wins in the over two litre single seater racing car class in his Pilbeam MP62.

The overnight rain softened it up nicely underfoot for this year’s Wambrook Waddle, a hilly 10km off-road race starting and finishing at the Tithe Barn in Cotley near Chard, writes Dave Mutter.

The NR F1 Podcast takes to the airwaves to bring you its 2017 Spanish Formula 1 Grand Prix review.

The Ottery 10k race is excellently organised by Honiton Running Club which starts and finishes at the Ottery Cricket Club and is a fairly flat run on the roads and lanes around Ottery St Mary, writes Terry Bewes.

Six AVR members travelled to Yeovilton on a Wednesday evening to take part in the second race of the 5k series, writes Dave Mutter.

AVR member Kevin Feeney ran the Two Tunnels Return Ticket Half Marathon in Bath, writes Dave Mutter.

The Lyme Regis championship men came down to earth when they were humbled by Blandford, securing just a single point, writes Paul Moffit.

Thirteen Axe Valley Runners finished the annual Ottery 10k road race that was held on the second Saturday of May, writes Dave Mutter.

AVR member James Ashforth once again decided to test his endurance and compete in Hope24 2017, writes Dave Mutter.

There was a good week of gliding weather for the members of the May course, writes Jill Harmer.

The early rain showers soon gave way to give a warm sunny day attracting a good crowd to enjoy the thrilling racing at Trebudannon, where the Four Burrow staged their second race meeting of the season, writes Donna Harris.

The Ottery 10k race organised by Honiton Running Club (HRC) took place last Sunday on a gorgeous sunny day, writes Judy Davey.

In the men’s Over-60s League, Feniton A team entertained local rivals Ottery St Mary A and won by the comfortable margin of 48-14, writes Roger Smith.

Honiton men had a thrilling single shot success in their first national two fours contest against Madeira B, writes Julie Grant.

Axminster bowlers remain sporting a proud unbeaten record so far this season, writes David Harris.

Pontispool Equine Sports Centre, Norton Fitzwarren, Taunton, is limbering up for its British Eventing Horse Trials that take place on May 27 to 29, when world-class riders are expected to be in action over the course of the three days, writes Lucy Johnson.

The NR F1 Podcast takes to the airwaves to bring you its 2017 Spanish Formula 1 Grand Prix Preview.

Seaton Bowling Club had a highly successful weekend of Open Days across the first weekend of May, writes Alan Nicholas.

N1 triathlete Ellie Dominey won silver representing Great Britain at the European Duathlon Championships in Soria, Spain, writes Garry Perratt.

The Ottery St Mary Bowls Club week began with a visit from near neighbours Feniton, writes Michael Smith.

Honiton Running Club member Roger Saunders chose to miss the Beer Blazer and opt to run the Crediton Crunch, to keep his standings up in the Instep Devon championship, writes Judy Davey.

The winner will be announced at Sandy Park in Exeter this coming June.

The 500 Owners Association brought both cars and motorcycles together for their annual meeting at Wiscombe Park last weekend.

Following two excellent draws against Madeira men and Yeovil ladies in the first two weeks of the season, Chardstock bowlers finally got its first win beating Chard Bowls Club 97-90.

Once again it was Kate Marriott who brought home the silverware for Sidmouth Running Club, this time from the Beer Blazer, writes Terry Bewes.

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