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The Exe Equestrian Club held their Novice Show at Nutwell Court and judges Lucinda and Jenny had their work out and indeed were mighty busy owing to the grand turnout the show enjoyed.

Sidmouth Running Club's Kirsteen Welch took on the Oke Croak Fell Race, writes Hamish Spence.

At last! Both the Lyme Regis men's teams came away with good wins last week, writes Paul Moffitt.

The past week was another busy one for the bowlers of Seaton, writes Glen Elliott.

Honiton Running Club (HRC) member Howard Bidmead was one of some 5,000 runners that took part in the 2019 Jersey half marathon, writes Judy Davey.

The first Sunday of June saw Chardstock bowlers host a meeting with the Nomads, a group of bowlers from all over the south of England, who play matches to raise money for charity, writes Vaughan Fletcher.

Honiton bowlers were in fine form when they visited Topsham to contest a national Top Club match, writes Joan Mackintosh.

The past week was a most disappointing week for the men's teams, writes Roger Smith.

Wet weather had arrived on Exmoor in time to ease the going for the third and final point-to-point of the season at Bratton Down, the Tiverton Staghounds meeting, writes Granville Taylor.

Despite a poor forecast, the sun shone for the three AVR's on the coast-to-coast, Devoran to Portreath half marathon along the old mineral trail, writes Alan Morbey.

The first Monday of June was also matchday three of the Honiton Netball League summer season, writes Steph Upson.

The first Tuesday of June saw the staging of second Honiton Running Club (HRC) organised Junior's Woodland Relay meeting, held at Escot Park, writes Judy Davey.

The second Saturday of June saw a number of Exeter College Running Club - Cranbrook - members out and about in various races, writes Debbie Phillips.

The year of 2019 has certainly been a most successful one so far for members of Exmouth Archers.

The Devon & Cornwall Point-to-Point Association will be heading to Bratton Fleming for the final meet of the season writes Donna Harris.

The Honiton A men's Over-60s League team enjoyed as fine win away last week over Marins, writes Joan Mackintosh.

The Ottery St Mary men began their County Trophy campaign with a home tie against Seaton, writes Michael Smith.

Once again it was the ladies leading the way in terms of Lyme Regis teams in league action, writes Paul Moffitt.

The past week was certainly one that produced a mixed bag of results for the club, writes Roger Smith.

Seaton bowler Terry Hurley-Smith has reached a brace of county finals, writes Glen Elliott.

The AVR Dominey duo were on tour in North Wales this week, writes Dave Mutter.

Devon and Somerset Gliding Club (DSGC) were pleased to be able to give young people the opportunity to take to the skies and experience the magic of gliding, writes Jill Harmer.

AVR members were out in good numbers for the Crewkerne 10k, writes Dave Mutter.

Honiton Netball League's summer season has begun, writes Steph Upson.

Race number two of the Fairmile TT Racing season was hosted by Sid Valley CC, writes Doug Parker.

Despite being well beaten away at Phear Park, the Axminster men remain in top spot in the Exeter and District Over-60s League, writes David Harris.

Only the Lyme Regis ladies had a satisfactory result last week, in terms of league matches, recording a fine 8-2 win away to Dorchester, writes Paul Moffitt.

Last season the club were invited to Combe Martin Bowls Club for a fixture that took place on a damp afternoon at the beginning of September, writes Vaughan Fletcher.

Plymouth's Ocean City Half Marathon is one of the three qualifying races for the national masters squad England programme, and as such, attracted a lot of fast runners from all over the South West and beyond, writes Dave Mutter.

Ottery ladies continue their great start to the season with another fine victory in the first round of the Interclub Competition, writes Michael Smith.

Feniton Hawks enjoyed a fine, if narrow, 37-36 win over local rivals Honiton when the teams contested an Over-60s Triples League meeting, writes Roger Smith.

Wiscombe Park hosted the Wildlife Autosport Hillclimb on Sunday which is organised by the Burnham-On-Sea Motor Club. This year marked the 40th anniversary of the event, writes Nigel M Cole.

There were mixed fortunes over the past week for Honiton bowlers, writes Joan Mackintosh.

The past week was another highly successful week for Seaton bowlers, writes Glen Elliott.

The weather could not have been nicer to welcome many visitors to Seaton Parkrun on the final Saturday of May, writes Dave Mutter.

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