Rugby

Sidmouth RFC is staging a Girls Rugby Fun Day early next month.

Honiton 2nd XV went down 36-26 in their Allhallows meeting with league leaders Teignmouth 2nds.

The ups and downs continue for the Lacemen as, just a week after their terrific victory over Bodmin they succumbed to an 11-7 defeat on their visit to Topsham, writes Terry O’Brien.

Honiton Hawks Under-8s returned to action after the Christmas break with a series of tag rugby matches against visiting Cullompton.

Honiton Tigers U10s were given an early year boos when Exeter Chiefs winger Matt Jess took a coaching session at Northcote Lane.

Honiton 2nd XV went down 48-21 on their visit to Crediton.

Honiton made a superb start to their 2017 programme with an emphatic 56-0 home win over mid-table Bodmin, writes Jerry Rice.

Honiton 1st XV made the long trip down to Falmouth for their last game before Christmas, writes Brendon Findlay.

Sidmouth Chiefs produced one of their most complete performances of the season to defeat old rivals Tiverton 20-0 and reach the mid-point of the league campaign just above halfway in seventh position, writes Terry O’Brien.

In the absence of a first team game Honiton 2nd XV took centre stage for their hastily arranged Allhallows meeting with Crediton, writes Phil Oaten.

Honiton first XV were without any action on the second Saturday of December after scheduled Tribute Cornwall and Devon opponents, basement dwellers, Tamar Saracens, were unable to honour the fixture, writes Jerry Rice.

Honiton Rhinos Under-9s rounded off their 2016 action with a brace of wins on their visit to Tiverton.

Honiton Tigers Under 10s ended the year on a high when they travelled to Tiverton on Sunday and recorded a brace of comfortable wins.

Curry hat-trick as Honiton ladies prove too hot for Withy

Honiton Titans Under-12s extended their winning run to five games with a 30-20 success over visiting Tiverton, writes Ben Welch.

Honiton Under-9s claimed a brace of wins when they took on Exeter Saracens.

Honiton Hunters Under-7s enjoyed a series of matches against Exeter Saracens

Honiton Hawks Under-8s extended their unbeaten run this season to an impressive 14 games when they saw off their latest opposition which came from visiting Exeter Saracens.

Honiton Tigers Under-10s won both their matches against visiting Exeter Saracens when the teams met at Northcote Lane.

Honiton Titans Under-12s travelled to Exeter to meet a Saracens side that has beaten them by a single try in their last meeting and turned the tables, recoding a terrific 50-20 success.

Honiton Ladies were in action on Sunday as they travelled away to Teignmouth ladies.

Saturday saw Honiton make the difficult trip down to second placed Saltash and with the usual late drop from one individual it wasn’t the best start as the side struggled to find an 11th hour replacement, writes Mike Huskins.

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.

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