Honiton Titans Under-12s proved too powerful for Exmouth who were ultimately defeated 65-15 with Harry Smith scoring no fewer than six tries.

Honiton 2nd XV went down 44-14 on their visit to South Molton.

Having played well against second in the league the previous week, but ultimately emerged from the game with nothing, Honiton produced similar against lofty Penryn, but this time the Lacemen were rewarded with a splendid 25-12 success, writes Jerry Rice.

Honiton Rhinos Under-9s had the luxury of a full squad of 10 for their last action which saw them travel to Exmouth.

Honiton Hawks Under-8s enjoyed a series of four matches with hosts Exmouth with an entertaining morning of tag rugby ending all square with two wins each.

Ottery St Mary claimed a first clean sheet away success of the Macron League Division Four season, winning 2-0 at St Martins, and it could not have come at a more opportune time!

Exeter Chiefs have today strengthened their options at scrum-half with the addition of Welsh international Martin Roberts, writes Mark Stevens.

Honiton Rhinos Under-9s showed real resilience to power back from three scores down to share 18 tries with hosts Bridport.

Honiton Hawks Under-8s were involved in a game of many tries when they visited Bridport for their latest action.

Honiton 2nd XV endured a ‘disappointing day at the office’ as they were beaten 34-5 by visiting Torquay.

Honiton were beaten 32-22 at second-in-the-table Paignton, writes Jerry Rice.

Sidmouth Rugby Club’s Girls’s Rugby Fun Day was a total success with large numbers of girls drawn to the event.

Honiton Rhinos Under-9s covered themselves in glory as they won one of their two games in meetings with Exeter Chiefs.

Honiton 2nd XV were subjected to a 73-0 mauling by a hosting Exmouth side that were simply too strong for the Lacemen.

On a sticky Allhallows surface, Honiton battled well to rack up a convincing 39-5 victory over visiting side Lanner.

Honiton Hawks Under-8s were back in action for a series of tag rugby matches against hosts Exeter Chiefs.

Josias Drew proved to be a thorn in Tiverton’s side as Honiton Tigers Under-10s got the better of the visiting Mid Devon side in the two matches they contested.

Honiton had the difficult matter of hosting fourth-placed Withycombe at Allhallows, writes Jerry Rice.

Honiton 2nd XV returned from their visit to Withycombe 2nds with a tremendous 43-17 victory.

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.

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