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Feniton bowlers held a fund-raising charity bowling event and raised £223.50 for the British Heart Foundation, writes Roger Smith.

AVR member David Cooke, in his final year in the 60-64 age group, came third in the M60 400m at the BMAF National Championships held in Birmingham, writes Dave Moffitt.

Exeter Racecourse gallops back into action on Thursday, October 10 with the return of jump racing which coincides with 250 years of racing on the Devon track, writes Lucy Johnson.

Seaton Blue ladies were involved in a thrilling win when they met Crediton Green, writes Glen Elliott

Another two first solos at Devon and Somerset Gliding Club.

Flamingos, in their final season in the Honiton Netball League, have been crowned as the 2019 Summer League champions.

AVR is organising a Couch to 5k course for complete beginner runners aged 18 and over, writes Dave Mutter.

A team of five AVRs took to the beautiful trails of the Haselbury Trail race held on a lovely summer evening, writes Dave Mutter.

Axminster Bowls Club members have enjoyed success in recent mixed friendly outings, but the men had mixed fortunes in their Exeter & District Men's Over-60ws Triples League campaign, writes David Harris.

Honiton ladies banked all eight points with home success in a ladies Over-50s Triples League meeting with Seaton Blue, writes Joan Mackintosh.

The Bridport Jurassic Coast Run route is one of the most challenging in the South West, writes Dave Mutter.

Chardstock bowlers have endured mixed fortunes over the past week, writes Vaughan Fletcher.

The Ottery bowling week began with another visit from a touring side, writes Michael Smith.

On a blustery Friday evening 10 AVR's headed off to Haldon Forest Park for the Forest Flyer.

Four members of Honiton Running Club (HRC) made the short trip to West Bay in Dorset take part in the Jurassic Coast races that consist of a seven-mile race and a half marathon, writes Howard Bidmead.

The past week was a quiet one for the Seaton Bowls Club players, writes Glen Elliott.

League action this week was restricted to Lyme Two's game against Bridport A which, unfortunately, ended in another whitewash for the Lyme men, writes Paul Moffitt.

The past weekend was given over to the club's three-bowl pairs competition, writes Roger Smith.

Exeter College Running Club - Cranbrook member Maggie Gellersjo took part in a half marathon in Sweden.

Honiton Petanque returned from an away double header at Plymouth banking a maximum six point haul, writes Chris Bigmore.

The Lyme Regis men's championship side gave their chances of survival in the top league a boost, with a fine 8-2 win at home to Sherborne, writes Paul Moffitt.

The 2019 Honiton ladies' Invitation Triples was a close contest, writes Joan Mackintosh.

There were mixed fortunes for Feniton bowlers over the past week, writes Roger Smith.

The past week served up a mixed bag of results for Seaton bowlers, writes Glen Elliott.

Exeter-born racer Harry Tincknell said he had tears in his eyes following his team's victory at the International Motor Sport Association (IMSA) Road Race Showcase.

In a rain shortened match at Sidmouth, Ottery men recorded a comprehensive win in the County Trophy, writes Michael Smith.

Last weekend saw Ottery Bowls Club host their annual 'Redfern Trophy', writes Michael Smith.

Saturday evening saw the running of the Shaves Cross mini marathon in West Dorset, writes Dave Mutter.

Picturesque Wiscombe Park hosted Rounds 23 and 24 of the Avon Tyres / Wynn Developments UK British Hillclimb Championship over the final weekend of July, writes Nigel Cole.

Ottery's men continued their good form in the County Trophy with a resounding 99 shots to 48 shots victory at home to Honiton, writes Michael Smith.

Feniton men returned to form in the County Trophy competition, defeating Sidmouth by 76 shots to 59, writes Roger Smith.

The Year 7 girls at Holyrood Academy have been phenomenal sportswomen this year and are probably the best year group Holyrood has ever had in terms of trophy and competition success in one season, writes Caroline Spokes.

The Ham Hill Summer Races are all trail races happening in the spectacular surroundings of Ham Hill Country Park, writes Debbie Phillips.

The best of the Lyme Regis results over the past week must got to the ladies, who had a very impressive win away at Blandford where they banked eight of the 10 points on offer, writes Paul Moffitt.

Great Western came out on top in the three-way regional match staged at the Isca Centre, Exeter, and was a continuation of their dominance in this annual event, writes Chris Bigmore.

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