Honiton Hawks Under-10s entertained Exeter Saracens in their latest action on Sunday morning.

Honiton Hunters Under-9s came through a tough test against a strong Exeter Saracens side at Allhallows on Sunday morning.

Honiton 2nds went down 39-5 when they visited Sidmouth 2nds for their latest action.

Honiton Under-8s met Exeter Saracens for the second time this season when the sides met at Allhallows.

Honiton were 30-12 winners when they entertained Tavistock in their last home league game of the year, writes Jon Collins.

Honiton continued their fine recent form with a richly deserved 44-1 victory on their visit to South Molton, writes Jerry Rice.

Honiton Hawks Under-10s travelled to Newton Abbot on Sunday morning with a slightly depleted squad of 10 players.

The first Sunday of December marked a very special day for Chard ladies RFC, writes David Webb.

Honiton 2nds were 41-25 winners when they entertained South Molton, writes Phil Bird.

Honiton Hawks Under-10s hosted Paignton on Sunday morning in what was the first ever meeting between the two sides.

Honiton 2nd XV were 28-19 winners when they hosted Wyvern 1st XV.

Honiton registered arguably their finest result of this league campaign when they defeated a table-topping Plymstock Old Public Oaks, who pitched up at Allhallows looking to secure an 11th win in as many Tribute Cornwall and Devon League outings, writes Justin Nuttall.

Crisp and sunny weather welcomed the Honiton U8 squad to Chard Rugby Club for their latest outing, writes Nick Cunningham.

Honiton Colts entertained a Plymstock Oaks side who pitched up in East Devon with only 13 players.

Chard Under-14s were 33-15 winners when they took on Weston-super-Mare in the Somerset Junior Cup, writes Gavin Smillie.

Honiton chalked up another half century of points as they powered to secure a 53-12 win at Plymouth Argaum, writes Jerry Rice.

Chard ladies were beaten 69-0 when they visited Minehead, writes David Webb.

Honiton colts were at home on Saturday and, like the club’s 1st XV, dished out something of a heavy defeat on the visiting opposition.

Honiton 2nds were edged out in a close encounter at home to a Crediton 3rd XV that was a lot stronger, bolstered by the fact that their club’s 2nd XV were without game, than the team that they had faced earlier in the season.

Chard and Minehead 2nd XVs played before a surprisingly large crowd and the home support were not to be disappointed as the Chard team served up a terrific all-round performance to win 66-8, writes Gavin Smillie.

Honiton racked up another 50 plus score when they defeated Penzance-based Pirates Amateurs 75-10 at Allhallows, writes Jerry Rice.

Honiton Under-8s travelled across to Cullompton for matches against the home club and Exeter Saracens, writes Nick Cunningham.

Chard were edged out in their Western Counties (West) meeting with unbeaten Sidmouth, but had the consolation of a last minute try that gave them two richly deserved points from a contest they contributed so much to before going down 27-24, writes Glyn Hughes.

Honiton Under-9s scored with the final play of the contest to wrap up a match success in a closely contested Sunday morning meeting with Tiverton at Allhallows.

Chard Under 14s got a win and new kit to show off when they played Wellington in a hard fought contest, writes Glyn Hughes.

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