Rugby

Honiton Rhinos Under-9s travelled to Chard for their latest round of matches.

Honiton’s season-long wait for a first win ended – and in some style – as the Lacemen defeated Old Public Oaks 9-6, writes Jerry Rice.

Honiton Hawks Under-8s were at Chard for their latest action.

Exmouth suffered another National Two (S) defeat when beaten 29-8 by Old Elthamians, writes Masie White.

Exmouth Rugby Club are holding a festive event this Friday evening (November 25).

Honiton Rhino’s Under-9 enjoyed more double delight as they won both matches against visiting Newton Abbot.

Honiton 2nd XV were beaten narrowly, 37-26, by Exeter Engineers in a compelling contest at Allhallows.

Honiton Tigers Under-10s produced a display full of passion and vigour when they welcomed a strong Newton Abbot side to Northcote Lane on Sunday.

Withycombe Under-13s were emphatic 5505 winners when they visited Sidmouth.

Honiton Tigers Under-10s were in great form when they travelled to Totnes for their latest Sunday action.

Honiton ladies secured their first win of the season when they defeated North Tawton 41-20.

Honiton Hawks Under-8s continued their unbeaten run on Sunday morning with a brace of victories over hosts Totnes.

Honiton 2nd XV travelled to meet a Sidmouth side that could only muster nine players.

Honiton’s quest for a first win of the season continues as yet again they went down narrowly, beaten 26-15 by a plucky Penzance Pirates side, writes Jedrry Rice.

Honiton Under-9 Rhinos travelled to Withycombe for their latest action.

Honiton first XVs woes continued with their long trip down in to Cornwall to play Penryn where they suffered a 57-0 defeat, writes Phil Oaten.

Honiton 2nd XV see off Tiverton

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Honiton’s seconds took centre stage at Allhallows and with the original opposition crying of late on Friday there was a hastily rearranged fixture against Tiverton that the Lacemen won 29-10, writes Tom Churchward.

Honiton Hawks Under-8s played a series so matches with hosts Withycombe.

Honiton Under-16s were in fine form as they defeated Bridport 27-10 at Allhallows.

Honiton Tigers Under-10s took a squad of 14 players to Withycombe where they won both matches.

Honiton Warriors Under-11s dished up their best rugby of the season so far as they defeated Sidmouth 50-35, writes Scott Layzell.

Honiton’s tough start to the season continued as they went down 35-9 to Paignton at Allhallows, writes Jerry Rice.

Honiton Hawks Under-8s produced their best form to date this season when they visited Sidmouth, winning both the matches they played.

Honiton Under-9s Rhinos travelled to Sidford to take on Sidmouth and returned with two wins and a draw from their morning of action.

Honiton 2nds went down 67-14 in their game at Torquay.

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