Rugby

Exeter Chiefs player Luke Cowan-Dickie

Luke Cowan-Dickie admitted he was delighted to mark his return to competitive action with victory over Worcester Warriors in the Aviva Premiership.

Honiton 1st XV

Honiton won a thrilling encounter with fellow strugglers Exeter Saracens that had another healthy Allhallows wondering about the outcome right up until the final minute, writes Jerry Rice.

The Honiton 2nd XV

Honiton 2nd XV certainly put a monumental collective shift into the second half of their meeting with Teignmouth II, but ended up with nothing to show for their efforts as they went down 42-0.

Honiton Under-8s

Honiton Rhinos Under-8s were in action at Newton Abbot were they contested three games with the home club.

Honiton 2nd XV action versus Withycombe

Withycombe powered back into action with a 40-12 victory over Tribute Cornwall and Devon League strugglers Honiton.

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Honiton Under-12s were very impressive in the way that they took on, and saw off, both Exmouth and Sidmouth, recording 5-0 and 15-0 victories.

Honiton 2nds stun Withycombe 2nds

Tuesday, January 26, 2016
Honiton 2nd XV action versus Withycombe

Honiton 2nd XV recorded their finest victory of the season when they put visiting Withycombe II to the sword, beating them 55-0 at Allhallows, writes Phil Oaten.

Coutts stars as Lacemen go down at Withy

Tuesday, January 26, 2016
Honiton 2nd XV action versus Withycombe

After last weeks success at Allhallows, Honiton were faced with a tough task to visit top three, and title contenders, Withycombe, writes Rogers Dance.

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Monday, January 25, 2016
Honiton 2nd XV action versus Withycombe

Exmouth action versus Bournemouth

Exmouth bagged another vital National League Three (SW) victory, winning 30-28 at Bournemouth, writes Steve Birley.

Honiton rugby action

Honiton Under-12s were in superb form as they took hosts Wellington to the cleaners, beating the Somerset side 50-15.

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Honiton Hawks Under-7s returned to action for the first time since Christmas with a number of matches against Wellington.

Honiton Rhinos Under-8s entertained Wellington for a series of matches.

Rugby Ball.

Two signed Rugby World Cup 2015 balls will be up for grabs at an online charity auction on Thursday (21 January).

Honiton 1st XV after their terrific home win over Bodmin

Honiton climbed out of the relegation zone with a splendid six-try, 45-10 Allhallows success in their ‘must win’ meeting with Bodmin, writes Roger Dance.

Honiton rugby action

Honiton seconds were edged out 17-14 in a hastily re-arranged merit encounter at Crediton.

Rugby clubs invited to workshop evenings

Friday, January 15, 2016
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Rugby clubs and schools where the game is played are being urged to attend workshop evenings at Ivybridge and Crediton next month that aims to address common concerns in the game, writes Conrad Sutcliffe.

Honiton battle bravely in quagmire at St ves

Wednesday, January 13, 2016
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Honiton went down 43-12 when they travelled to St Ives, writes Jerry Rice.

Our photographer's rain splattered lens gives an indication of conditions at Sidmouth Football Club on Saturday. Ref shsp 0047-01-16SH. Photo Simon Horn

Sidmouth had their Cornwall and Devon Tribute League match against Tiverton postponed when the Blackmore, like almost all the rugby and football pitches across the area, was left unfit for play through rain.

Honiton 2nds away to Withycombe 2nds. Ref mhsp 6365-51-15AW. Picture: Alex Walton

Honiton seconds, like the Lacemen’s 1st XV, had a disappointing end to the year when they picked up something of a pasting against a young fit Withycombe second string, writes Jerry Rice.

Honiton beaten at a muddy Newquay

Monday, December 21, 2015
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Honiton travelled down to Cornwall for the final league encounter of the year and with the knowledge that a win against the bottom side of Newquay would see them get out of the relegation zone there was an air of expectation of getting a result, writes Jerry Rice.

Honiton enjoy a good win – at last!

Wednesday, December 16, 2015
Honiton RFC action

With the visit of Tavistock to Allhallows Honiton had the opportunity to build on their steady run of improvements in front of their home crowd, writes Jerry Rice.

Dozens of youngsters from Honiton and visiting clubs using the facilities at Honiton Rugby Club on Sunday morning. Ref mhh 6788-47-15SH. Picture: Simon Horn

Honiton Hawks Under-7s certainly enjoyed their final outing before the festive break as they entertained Exeter Chiefs.

The Honiton Under-9 Tigers who entertained Exeter Chiefs. The two youngsters in the front holding the ball are the pair who shared the Tigers' Man of the Match awards; Alfie Hutchinson-Pike and Robert Hennessy.

Honiton Tigers Under-9s entertained Exeter Chiefs for a morning of action.

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Honiton Under-12s shared 40 points when they visited Exeter Chiefs.

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