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’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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