Honiton Town recorded what may well go down as the most ‘eye-catching’ result of the South West Peninsula League Eastern Division campaign with their Good Friday morning 7-2 win at Mountbatten Park over Axminster Town.
Two seasons ago, Honiton avoided relegation by the narrow margin of three points and yet they are now contemplating life next season in the Western Counties (West) division following this season’s runners-up finish in the Tribute Cornwall and Devon division.
The Honiton Running Club Calf is open to youngsters of nine years and over and is approximately one-and-three-quarters of a mile in length, although younger children are allowed if they run with an adult, writes Judy Davey.
Following the successful junior Easter Team Challenge at the start of the school holidays, Sidford Tennis Club is gearing itself up for a busy summer programme of events for both adults, teenagers and juniors.
Torbay Motor Club are hosting three days of thrilling motorsport action over the Easter weekend, culminating in a ‘taster’ event that is open to newcomers and novices who’d like to try their hand at club motorsport, writes Rupert Barker.
We welcomed a team from Charminster, Dorset for the first time last Tuesday, in what was a home friendly match and surpassed ourselves with a 5-0 whitewash with sound tactics from Chris Walker, our acting captain-for-the-day, writes Dave Bruce.
A crowd in excess of 350 turned up for the Chard versus wellington, local derby fixture, that had so much riding on it for both teams in terms of their respective tribute Western Counties (W) situations, writes Glyn Hughes.
Despite home advantage, Beer Albion (sponsored by Edenvale Turf) crashed out of the East Devon Senior Cup, losing 6-1 to Exwick Villa in a semi-final tie played at the Furzebrake, writes Richard Honnor.
Changes to the MCC laws of cricket – including revisions that have been made to the bowling of dangerous and unfair, non-pitching deliveries and batsmen leaving their ground early – will be shared with Tolchards Devon League member clubs on April 23, writes Conrad Sutcliffe.