Budleigh Salterton went down 8-0 in their home league meeting with unbeaten, and high-flying, Elmore, but once again the ‘footballing gods’ seemed to working against the battling Robins, writes Alan Beer
The highlight of the week for men’s captain Dave Moody was his Captain’s Day when he played host to nine invited guests, many of whom have held important posts within the club in the past, writes Jenny Smith.
Sunday morning saw just over 100 swimmers braving challenging conditions in Sidmouth’s first Great Sea Swim, organised by Sidmouth Surf Lifesaving Club in conjunction with Ace of Clubs Triathlon Club and the event sponsors Kitsons.
Over the summer holidays, more than 30 of the East Devon Tennis Academy’s (EDTA) players competed in multiple tournaments, including several at regional and national level with some great performances, writes Kirsty Robinson.
It has been a difficult, not to say, hideous summer at Greenway Lane with the loss of Kevin Hill and the whole management team to Exmouth Town at very short notice, which left the club trying to find a manager so late that prospective candidates had been snapped up, writes Keith Wood.
A year on from gaining a qualifying slot for the 70.3 Ironman World Championships, Clare Hansford found herself on the start line in Port Elizabeth, South Africa to soak up the atmosphere of a world class event, writes Dave Mutter.
Lyme Regis seniors appeared in the final of the Knighton Heath KO for the first time, playing against Bramshaw, who perhaps started as favourites as they were more familiar with the Knighton Heath course, writes Richard Jackman.