Exmouth pilot gig club entered teams in all seven races at the Sidmouth Gig Regatta, writes Keith Cornish.
Jan Brunwin was the clear winner of the ladies’ September stableford at East Devon Golf Club, writes Helen Chivers.
Replay were 60-20 winners when they met their club sister side Assent in an Exmouth Netball League contest.
Feniton Under-16s built on their opening day win with a powerful showing against Honiton that saw them win 10-2.
Somerset Rebels meeting with Glasgow Tigers abandoned due to curfew Speedway can be a cruel mistress, delivering enormous highs one minute, only to bring you crashing down to earth the next, writes Dave Thompson.
There were 44 boats entered for the annual the Champagne Challenge, and, with a good following breeze the start line was packed, writes Rex Frost.
It was a strange outcome in this week’s Charles Stanley Monday Stableford, writes John Barnard.
It was the Grandfathers Cup on Saturday at Sidmouth so a restricted field!, writes John Barnard.
The Sidmouth B team was in action on Sunday, writes John Barnard.
It’s just like buses, wait for ages and then two come along, writes John Barnard.
Withycombe Under-13s launched a new season in fine style, scoring no fewer than 17 tries in a big win over Teignmouth at Raleigh Park.
Sidmouth went down 8-7 on their visit to Wadebridge Camels, writes Clive Dwerryhouse.
Sidmouth Town showed a much improved performance when they took on high-flying Crediton United in the Walter C Parsons Cup.
Ottery St Mary sit top of the fledgling Macron League Division Four table after their 2-1 Washbrook Meadow win over University.
Sidmouth Town thirds went out of the Devon Intermediate Cup in controversial circumstances, beaten 4-2 at Ipplepen Athletic.
Following their success in the cup the previous week Ottery St Mary Under-11s continued their winning ways with a 6-1 win at Lympstone in an Exeter and District League meeting.
Sidmouth Gig Club’s fourth regatta took place in warm sunshine, and with a calm sea.
Withycombe’s ladies launched a new season with a 48-17 victory over Honiton ladies.
Exmouth Colts were beaten 25-20 in their first league outing of the new season with the home teams game management the decisive factor, writes Ian Urmston.
Withycombe Under-15s powered their way to an impressive 34-0 victory over Paignton.
Withycombe claimed their first win of the new season with a 24-12 Raleigh Park success over Topsham.
Exmouth suffer third straight defeat - next up a visit to Henley
Sidmouth bowlers welcomed their great friends and rivals - Seaton - to Sidmouth Bowling Club for a friendly mixed game of bowls on four rinks, writes Susie Bonnell.
Sunday and Dainton Park Golf Club were the date and venue of the final of the Parker Trophy with Sidmouth Golf Club getting through to their first County Final for some years, writes John Barnard.
Newton Poppleford second team continued their impressive start to the new Macron Devon and Exeter League Division Eight season with a third straight victory, beating Sandford Reserves 2-0.
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