Football

Feniton Under-16s are one win away from being crowned Exeter and District Youth League champions after a terrific 3-0 win at Acland Park over Exeter-based West Exe Exiles.

Upottery Reserves completed a wonderful week when they booked a place in the final of Geary Cup, beating Cheriton Fitzpaine 2-1.

Brixington Blues and Lympstone Under-10s ended all square with neither side being able to find a goal after a well-contested local derby.

Budleigh Salterton powered their way into the Axminster Hospital Cup final with a 6-1 win under the Greenway Lane floodlights against Macron League top flight side Upottery.

Honiton Town were almost thrown another ‘big favour’ in the Macron League title race when rivals Newtown found themselves 2-0 down at home to Okehampton in a midweek encounter.

Sidmouth Town completed a South West Peninsula League Eastern Division double with an Easter 5-2 success over Budleigh Salterton at their Greenway Lane home.

Budleigh Salterton all but ended any doubts about their staying in the South West Peninsula League Eastern Division when they returned from a midweek visit to Crediton United with a richly deserved share of the spoils from a game that produced six goals.

Budleigh Salterton lost their Good Friday Greenway Lane meeting with East Devon rivals Sidmouth Town 5-2, writes Alan Beer.

Two second half goals earned Brixington Blues Under-11s a 2-2 draw when they visited Exeter Panthers for their penultimate Exeter and District Youth League game of the season.

Exmouth Town’s hectic finish to the season continues on Wednesday night (April 20) when they entertain Tiverton Town Reserves, writes John Dibsdall.

Offwell Rangers were 3-2 winners when they travelled to Mid Devon to take on Tivvy Park Rangers in a Macron League Division Six game.

It was quite a past week for Honiton Town boss Kev Blackwell with a Thursday night defeat to title rivals Newtown – beaten 6-1 at Okehampton – a result that put the destiny of the Macron League top honour back in the Hippos court!

Lympstone Rangers Under-13s were richly deserving of their share of the spoils in a 2-2 draw with high flying Alphington when the sides met to contest Exeter and District Youth league points.

Having shared eight goals with West Exe Exiles the previous week, Budleigh Salterton Under-16s were involved in a second successive high-scoring contest when they lost 6-4 at Elmore in an Exeter and District Youth League game, writes SpursTom.

Upottery Reserves face their Day of Destiny today (Easter Monday) when they entertain Tiverton-based Amory Green Rovers Reserves in a Macron League Division Eight game.

Brixington Blues signed off from Under-12 football in some style, beating Cullompton Rangers 5-0.

Beer Albion’s great run of form continues as they pulled off a fabulous victory winning 2-1 at Okehampton Argyle, writes Richard Honnor.

The Vikings second string lost 2-0 on their visit to local rivals Exmouth Town Reserves in what was a tame Easter Saturday affair at Southern Road.

Exmouth United Under-12s tightened their grip on the top honour in the Exeter and District Youth League Division Two with a 3-0 success at Copplestone Colts.

Feniton Under-16s now know that two wins from their final two games and they will be crowned Exeter and District Youth League champions after they recorded a magnificent Easter Saturday 4-1 success at Whipton Youth.

The Ottery St Mary 2016/17 season ended under the Washbrook Meadow floodlights on Wednesday night when they lost 1-0 to Otterton and so went out of the Golesworthy Cup – a competition they won last year.

Sidmouth Warriors rounded off another season of Exeter and District Youth League football with a 3-0 win over Alphington Eagles at St John’s School.

After 227 days and 29 games the Ottery St Mary season ended under the Washbrook Meadow floodlights as the Otters suffered a 1-0 defeat in the quarter-finals of the Golesworthy Cup to East Devon rivals Otterton.

Exmouth Town now have a venue for their forthcoming Walter C Parsons Funeral Directors Cup final meeting with St Austell.

Beer Albion put in another massive performance to beat Heavitree United 2-1 at The Furzebrake, writes Richard Honnor.

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