Exmouth Cricket Clubs trio of talented teenagers selected to travel to South Africa early next year with Devon Youth Cricket Development squad are collectively so grateful to all the assistance they have had from Exmouth CC during the early stages of their cricketing careers.

Ottery St Mary’s young cricketers had a good night at the Devon Cricket Board awards evening, writes Conrad Sutcliffe.

Clubs in the Tolchards Devon League have been offered a helping hand training umpires and scorers over the winter, writes Coinrad Sutcliffe.

Ottery St Mary Cricket Club’s recent annual dinner, held at the traditional venue of the town’s Tumbling Weir Hotel, saw club members celebrate another successful season for the Salston Field outfit, writes Ian Townsend.

Two young cricketers from Sidmouth have been selected to tour South Africa with the Devon U15 Development squad next Spring, writes Conrad Sutcliffe.

Exmouth Under-15 trio off to South Africa

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Three young cricketers from Exmouth and a fourth from Clyst St George have been selected to tour South Africa with the Devon U15 Development squad next Spring, writes Conrad Sutcliffe.

It was groundhog day again for Tipton’s batsmen on Saturday as once again the top order missed out on enough runs to set the opposition a challenging enough total, writes David Birch.

During the past week Topsham St James Cricket Club have held two very successful Presentation Evenings.

Tipton welcomed Yarcombe and Stockland on a nice sunny yet breezy day, unlike the reverse fixture played on a chilly April day when Tipton ran out easy victors, writes Phil Wright.

Tipton win well at Stokeinteignhead

Thursday, September 8, 2016

After being soundly beaten by Stokeinteignhead two weeks earlier it took a strange turn of events to see Tipton travelling down beside the Teign for another encounter, writes Phil Wright.

The final match day of the 2016 Tolchards Devon Cricket League was a washout with only one of the 35 1st XI scheduled games being played to finish.

There was a soggy end to the wonderful 2016 Tolchards Devon league season that has seen Sidmouth crowned the top side in Devon for the sixth time in the last eight years.

Otters looking over their shoulders

Thursday, September 1, 2016

The remarkably tight nature of the 2nd XI A Division of the Tolchard’s Devon League means that following last weekend’s crushing defeat by visiting Barton, despite being apparently comfortably placed in the league table, Ottery St Mary 2nd XI still require 10 points from their final fixture of the campaign away to Plymstock to be sure of avoiding relegation, writes Ian Townsend.

With Tipton St John having lost their last five matches and neighbours Newton Poppleford having won their last nine encounters, the derby meeting between the two was only going to go one way, writes Phil Wright.

Sidmouth stormed to a 50-run win over Exeter in the golden jubilee Euro Shopper Devon Cup final to complete the county double, writes Conrad Sutcliffe.

Under strength Otters beaten again

Thursday, September 1, 2016

Ottery St Mary 1st XI’s late season slide continued as they slipped to a fifth defeat in six contests in the delightful surroundings of Shobrooke Park, writes Ian Townsend.

Feniton warmed up for their final match of the Tolchards Devon league C Division East season this Saturday at champions Seaton with a narrow nine run win over Clyst Hydon at Acland Park.

Whimple 2nd XI won a thrilling meeting with Cullompton II, beating the Mid Devon men by 17 runs at Cullompton.

The Gentlemen pulled off one of the biggest shocks in recent years when crowned Community League Champions at the Ottermouth last Sunday.

Seaton drove the final nail in the Axminster C Division East coffin and next season there will be two division’s between the East Devon rivals with the Axemen set to ply their trade down in D Division East with Seaton staging B Division cricket at their Court Lane home.

Liam Lewis hit an unbeaten century as Sidmouth walloped relegated Brixham by 238 runs to win the Tolchards Devon League Premier Division title with two games to spare, writes Conrad Sutcliffe.

Tipton were completely outplayed in the drizzle by visitors Stokeinteignhead with their only consolation being a great tea was supplied by the ladies from match sponsors Bater’s Removals, writes Phil Wright.

Former Test stars Phil deFreitas, Dean Headley and Corey Collymore are playing in a charity tournament at Exmouth on Sunday, writes Conrad Sutcliffe.

Topsham St James 2nd XI completed a Tolchards Devon League D Division East double over Exwick, beating the 10-man Exeter side by nine wickets.

Exmouth were crowned County Sports Under-14 KO Cup winners when they defeated Clyst St George in the final.

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