Latest articles from Tim Herbert

SOHC back on the winning trail

Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey Club recorded a good weekend of results, with only a limited number of games played, writes Andrew Coley.In a home game against Chard 1, the women’s seconds claimed all the points with a 1-0 win, while all the other women’s teams were without a game.On the men’s side of the club, all four sides had matches and three wins were recorded.The first team won 4-1 at home against Minehead and West Somerset 1.The seconds also played at home and took on Shepton Mallet 3.  In a tight game, they claimed the points with a 1-0 win. The third team travelled to Exeter 4 and claimed victory with a 0-3 win.The fourth team development side played away against Ashmoor 4 development side. Officially it ended 0-0, as such fixtures do, but it was the home side that claimed the spoils, winning 1-0 in a competitive encounter.

Rare home treat for Ottery Table Tennis

In a rare event all five of the Ottery St Mary Table Tennis teams played at home at the Institute on the same evening in the Exeter and District League, writes David Millen.

Westdown Wander is a wonderful success

Over 80 runners from 21 running clubs were ready on the start line on the Exmouth beach at 11am to take part in the second running of Exmouth Harriers’ Westdown Wander.

One win and one set of dodgy floodlights

In Devon and Exeter Division 2, Beer Albion Reserves completed the double over Exmouth Spartans with a sparkling 2-0 victory on a beautiful crisp autumn day at Exmouth writes Richard Honnor.  

Stunning Sidmouth win over Ivybridge

A double from Liam Carey, including a stunning 94th minute winner, saw the Vikings overcome unbeaten Peninsula League leaders Ivybridge at Manstone Lane.

Sidmouth Chiefs beat Chard to top the league

Following a promising start in which they built up a 13-point lead, the Chiefs had to subdue a strong Chard comeback either side of half-time before pulling away in the final quarter to win 32-15, writes Terry O’Brien.