The first Saturday of February was a complete washout across the football and rugby divide in terms of East Devon Clubs.
Ottery St Mary, Honiton and Kilmngton all picked up divisional titles at the Tolchards Devon Cricket League annual meeting, writes Conrad Sutcliffe.
Newton Poppleford reach the half way stage of their Fresha League Three campaign when they travel to Clyst Valley Reserves tomorrow (Saturday).
Sidmouth Chiefs went down 40-22 at home to Truro in their latest league match, writes Terry O’Brien.
Sidmouth Under-12s were beaten by a powerful Topsham when they sides met.
Sidmouth ladies B team completed their Winter League campaign last week, writes Kate Truman.
Sidmouth Under-7s were in action against Topsham and their meeting was switched to the drier climes of the artificial surface at the home of the Royal Marines, Lympstone, writes Simon Dunstan.
Sidmouth ladies were pleased to get back on to the course on Wednesday after many weeks of inactivity due to the poor weather, writes Angela Coles.
Sidmouth Under-9s entertained Topsham for a series of matches in what can best be described as ‘muddy conditions’.
Just when you thought you were all organised - along comes a change of date, writes Susie Bonnell.
Ottery St Mary tennis club is once again offering sessions for both juniors and seniors in the coming months, writes Gina Cox.
Ottery St Mary made it two wins out of two matches under the management of Dave Fairweather when they won 3-1 at Otterton, ending the hosts’ eight game unbeaten season in the process.
The Captains Drive-In took place at Sidmouth Golf Club.
Sidmouth Bowling Club members had their annual away-weekend to Torquay last weekend - and a very special occasion it was for more than one reason, writes Susie Bonnell.
Sidmouth Town head for Okehampton Argyle on Saturday (February 6) with very nearly the strongest squad that manager Josh Stunell has been able to field this season.
Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey Club men’s 5th XI: The fifth team returned from Exeter without points after going down by 4-0 against Isca.
Sidmouth’s two Under-9 teams met each other for their latest action and the contest proved to be ever bit as exciting as an in-house derby meeting ought to be.
Speaking after the win at Hornets, Cockles coach Jon Hill, sponsored by Fever, Boutique & Kukui said: “This was a most pleasing victory away from home in very difficult conditions.
Despite it being the middle of winter there’s plenty happening at Exe Sailing Club on and off the water, writes Rex Frost.
Exmouth Swimming and Life Saving Society held their annual Presentation evening on the final Thursday of January at Withycombe Rugby Club, writes Ian Lang.
Three clubs and a putter was the competition played at East Devon on Saturday, writes Paul Willoughby.
While it may have been the wildest, wettest and windiest January for some years, the joy of indoor bowls is that the weather is never going to be a problem, writes Jude Latta.
Budleigh bowlers have managed to continue to see action despite many sports being savaged by the weather.
Brixington Blues Under-15s were 5-2 winners when they journeyed to Dawlish for their latest Exeter and District Youth League match.
Budleigh Salterton Reserves bagged an excellent point when they shared four goals with Fresha League Division One promotion chasing Upottery, writes SpursTom.
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