Honiton Diamonds Under-9s were in sparkling form on their visit to Mid Devon to meet Tiverton.

Honiton suffered a 34-14 defeat when they entertained Penryn in their latest league fixture, writes Justin Nuttall.

Chard were 25-18 winners when they entertained Tiverton in a Western Counties West meeting, writes Glyn Hughes.

With a run of defeats in November, Chard's Wing Commanders needed to get a result to secure their place at the right end of the table and, at kick-off, with only 14 Chard men on the pitch it seemed like a hard slog was in order once again., writes Gavin Smillie.

Honiton Hawks Under-11s entertained Taunton for their latest Sunday morning action.

Chard were beaten 58-14 when they travelled to meet Teignmouth, writes Zoe Artemise Winlow.

Honiton Diamonds Under-9s thoroughly enjoyed their latest action which saw them take on Taunton.

Honiton Under-8s enjoyed a terrific morning of action when they entertained Taunton who were ideal opposition and certainly made sure that the home side were given a serious work out.

Honiton bagged a richly deserved Tribute Western Counties West victory when they edged out Wiveliscombe 28-27 after a close encounter before another good Allhallows turnout.

The new under 7s team at Honiton go from strength to strength, pulling together to show great team work and passing when scoring tries, writes Meg Vallender.

Sunday proved to be another highly satisfying morning for the Honiton Under-8 squad, who played very well against the visiting Teignmouth team.

The Otters had a rare occasion on Saturday when they welcomed Topsham seconds to Allhallows for the first time in several seasons.

Honiton Rhinos Under-12s are now looking smarter than ever thanks to a super sponsorship from Red Homes Estate Agents who have provided funding for the team be decked out in new waterproof training tops.

Saturday saw the Ton on the road making the tricky trip down to third placed Kingsbridge who boast an un beaten run at home with some impressive score lines as well.

Chard made table-topping St Austell work mighty hard before the Cornish side were able to troop off the Essex Close pitch with a 22-20 success, writes Glyn Hughes.

Honiton 2nd XV were edged out 30-24 in their Allhallows meeting with Tiverton 2nds.

Honiton Warriors Under-14s were involved in a terrific encounter with Crediton and, in the match, served up seven tries scored by seven different players.

With Torrential rain over night and heavy rain all morning the home games at Allhallows were in serious doubt but with brushes, buckets and a full sweat by manager Brendon Findlay and a few helpers help was at hand to get the games on. What this did mean however was the underfoot conditions were very tricky all afternoon and made of an error punctuated game.

It was a late kick-off on Remembrance Sunday, after all of the teams playing at the Honiton Club stood together on the pitch to observe two minutes' silence, writes Nick Cunnigham.

Honiton Diamonds showed great skill in their game against Crediton under 9s, played at home on Sunday, writes Greg Page-Turner.

Chard are up to third in the Tribute Western Counties West table after a 24-13 win at Saltash, writes Zoe Winlow.

We are giving one lucky rugby fan the chance to carry the ball out for England Women's game against France.

Exmouth's away record in this season's South West Premier Division campaign has seen them win one and lose three of their away games.

Honiton Under-12 Rhinos were in Sunday morning action at Bicton College where they met Withycombe.

With the first team on the road, Honiton seconds took centre stage at fortress Allhallows in an eagerly awaited clash with Exeter Athletic.

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