Football

Two goals from Millie Dack gave Seaton Town ladies a splendid 3-2 home success over recently crowned Devon Women’s League Division One champions Budleigh Salterton, writes SpursTom.

Millwey Rise Reserves powered their way to an 8-0 home success in a Macron League Division Eight meeting with Honiton Town thirds, writes Dick Sturch.

Oscar Latas scored twice as Axminster Town took the honours in the ‘Jurassic Coast’ derby meeting with Sidmouth Town at their Manstone Lane home, winning the SWP League Eastern Division meeting 3-1.

Dunkeswell Rovers shared two goals with table-topping hosts Westexe Park Rangers.

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.

Axminster Town have announced it’s set to be ‘as you were’ for the club looking ahead.

Axminster Town warmed up for their two East Devon derby matches over the coming week with a terrific 5-0 win at South Devon side Waldon Athletic.

Colyton Reserves moved into a Macron League Division Six top three berth after winning 4-2 at Bradninch.

Ottery St Mary ladies are the toast of the Washbrook Meadow club after a 5-2 home win over Seaton Town ladies.

Ottery St Mary play the first of what manager Dave Fairweather describes as ‘four cup finals’, when they entertain Lympstone at Washbrook Meadow tomorrow afternoon (Saturday).

Just days after being berated by their management team following a dismal effort against Bovey Tracey, Axminster Town reached new heights this season as they returned from a visit to title-chasing Elmore having dented the hosts top honour aspirations in a 1-1 draw.

Ottery St Mary Under-13s moved into a top three berth in the Exeter and District Youth League with a 6-1 success away at Crediton.

Upottery booked themselves a semi-final spot in this season’s Seaton Challenge Cup after a midweek penalty shoot-out success at Lyme Regis.

Dunkeswell came up against a strong Upottery Reserves side when the teams met at Glebe Park in a Monday night Macron League Division Three game that ended all square at 1-1.

On a bright and breezy spring day, Beer Albion ended a bleak run of nine matches without a win when they defeated Topsham Town 5-2 in the Devon and Exeter Premier Division at the Furzebrake, writes Richard Honnor.

Axminster Town suffered something of a mauling when they were beaten 6-2 on their visit to title-chasing Bovey Tracey.

It’s now three games unbeaten for Honiton Town after they staged a superb second-half comeback to overturn a two-goal half-time deficit to draw 2-2 with Crediton United at Mountbatten Park.

Dunkeswell Rovers are in great shape ahead of Monday night’s (April 8) big game at Upottery (6.30pm) by making a huge statement in terms of the Macron League Division Five title race when they beat table-topping Exmouth Spartans 4-1.

Exeter City star Hiram Boateng is going to be visiting his sponsor, Antonio’s, 9, The Strand, Exmouth, EX81AB on Monday, April 15 from 6.30pm to 7.30pm.

Honiton Town stage terrific comeback / Honiton RFC stay in title hunt heading into final daty of leaguye campaign / Dunkeswell Rovers win ‘massuve’ game / Defeast for Feniton, Seaton Town and Colyton, but a Macron League top flight win at last for Beer Albion - all the local football and rugby fro the first Saturday of April

Ottery St Mary completed a quick-fire Macron League Division Three double with a 5-3 home win over Sandford.

Axminster Town won a thrilling midweek South West Peninsula League Eastern Division meeting with University by the odd goal in seven.

A well-taken hat-trick from Finn Upsher and a superb individual goal from Jake Blackmore helped Ottery Under-13s to a hugely impressive 4-0 home victory over Okehampton.

Ottery St Mary ladies bring the curtain down on their season this Sunday (April 7) when they enterain Sidmouth Town ladies at Washbrook Meadow (2pm).

Honiton Town claimed their first win in five months as they defeated South West Peninsula League basement boys Liverton United 6-1 at Mountbatten Park.

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