Upottery Reserves stay top of the Macron League Division Eight table after a terrific 3-0 success at high-flying Queens Head in Exeter.
Exmouth Town warmed up for next Sunday’s FA vase tie at Southall FC by hitting visiting Callington Town for six.
Millwey Rise scored four times in the second half to defeat visiting Awliscombe United 4-1, writes Dick Sturch.
Feniton shared six goals at a freezing cold Hatherleigh and move into the top eight of the Macron League top flight table.
Sidmouth Warriors Under-9s were 3-0 winners when they took on hosts Lympstone A.
Sidmouth Raiders Under-13s bounced back in impressive style and returned to the top of the table after a convincing victory at the home of local rivals West Hill Wasps.
Sidmouth Town recorded their most impressive result this season when they returned from a visit to high-flying Appledore with all three points after beating the Fishermen 5-3.
Budleigh Salterton Reserves were beaten 2-1 by Dawlish at Greenway Lane, writes SpursTom.
Budleigh Salterton girl’s Under-12s edged out Dawlish when they pair met at Greenway Lane, writes SpursTom.
Budleigh Salterton ladies had to settle for a point in their Westward Developments Devon Women’s League Division One meeting with University of Plymouth, writes SpursTom.
Exeter City Ladies FC are now back under the umbrella of the League Two side and Julian Tagg the ECFC chairman will undertake the same duties with the women’s and girls programme.
Brixington Blues Under-13s were 6-2 winners when they took on Copplestone in an Exeter Youth League match.
East Budleigh Reserves banked a point from their visit to Chagford in a contest that saw four goals, writes Mark Auton.
Brixington Blues Under-14s were beaten 4-2 in a close encounter by visiting Axminster Tigers, writes Alan Diprose.
Brixington Blues under-12s shared four goals with table-topping Alphington.
Exmouth Town extended their unbeaten run to fourteen games with a 3-1 success at Helston Athletic last Saturday, writes John Dibsdall.
Honiton Town Reserves were 7-4 winners when they travelled to Macron League Division Three basement dwellers Culm United.
Brixington Blues Under-11s were in fine form as they returned from a visit to Exeter having comfortably despatched hosts Central Santos 5-2.
Beer Albion Reserves beat South Zeal 4-3 in a thrilling Macron League Division Five contest at the Furzebrake on Saturday to earn much needed points, writes Richard Honnor .
East Budleigh shared four goals with hosts Clyst Valley Reserves, writes Mark Auton.
Feniton, at one stage trailing 4-1, hit back to level only to be beaten by the odd goal in nine against visiting Clyst Valley.
Honiton Town continue to look down on all below them as the top the Macron League Premier Division.
Sidmouth Warriors Under-9s defeated Lympstone B 7-0 when the pair met in an Exeter Youth League game.
Honiton Town thirds made a welcome return to winning ways as they won the East Devon derby at Acland Park, beating hosts Feniton thirds 5-2.
The countdown is on for the Exmouth Town FA Vase tie at Southall FC on Sunday, January 29 (3pm).
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