Honiton Town Reserves moved their game from a rain-affected Mountbatten Park to the dryer surface of opponents Newton Poppleford to ensure they chalked off one of their many remaining Macron League Division Two games.

Mid-table opponents Beer Albion and Newton St Cyres shared the spoils in a tight Macron Devon and Exeter Premier Division contest at a bitterly cold and windy Furzebrake, writes Richard Honnor.

Exmouth Town are still looking for their first points of 2018, but gave a much-improved performance as they were edged out of a seven goal thriller against leading Cornish side Bodmin Town at Southern Road, writes John Dibsdall.

Millwey Rise Reserves were 3-0 winners when they entertained Central Reserves in a Macron League Division Eight game, writes Dick Sturch.

Budleigh Salterton slipped to a 3-2 defeat at home to Ottery St Mary in a Macron Devon and Exeter League meeting at Greenway Lane, writes SpursTom.

Ottery St Mary climbed to sixth in Macron League Division Three after a 3-2 win at Budleigh Salterton.

Exmouth Town are at home to Bodmin Town on Saturday (March 15) and the game sees a debut for goalkeeper Martin Rice, the former Exeter City and Torquay United glovesman.

Sidmouth Town did not have a game last Saturday and it’s a similar case tomorrow (March 17).

The second Saturday of March proved to be another soggy and frustrating one for the Exmouth Town senior teams, writes John Tidball.

Ottery St Mary were denied a game last Saturday, this for the umpteenth time in what has already been one of the soggiest football seasons in recent times.

Tipton St John will be looking to get back into Macron League Division Three action tomorrow (Saturday) when they are due to host Priory (3pm).

Robinettes discover final opponents

Thursday, March 15, 2018

Other than the first team’s 5-0 victory over Appledore FC on Saturday, it was an inactive weekend for the remainder of Budleigh Salterton Football Club teams, writes SpursTom.

East Budleigh Reserves were 5-0 winners when they entertained Millwey Rise Reserves in one of only six matches across the Macron Devon and Exeter League to beat yet another soggy Saturday this football season, writes Mark Auton.

Budleigh Salterton made sure their final home Saturday league game of the South West Peninsula League Eastern Division campaign was one to remember for the Robins faithful, as they put visiting Appledore to the sword, beating the North Devon men 5-0, writes Alan Beer.

Out of the 51 matches that were scheduled to be played across the nine divisions of the Macron Devon and Exeter League and various cup competitions, just a handful survived and what that means is another round of matches having to be found new dates in what remains of the football season.

Beer Albion Reserves scored an impressive 4-1 victory against tough opponents Alphington thirds in a Macron League Division Four match, writes Richard Honnor.

Honiton Town face a busy April with six matches in the space of 23 days as they bring their first-ever foray into South West Peninsula League season to an end.

Axminster Town face a run of seven games in 21 days during April in what is a congested end of season for the Tigers.

Exmouth Town will now travel to Mid Devon to meet Cullompton Rangers on Monday, April 30, this after their visit on Saturday (March 10) was postponed owing to a waterlogged Mid Devon pitch.

Millwey Rise Reserves were one of the few teams to see action on a soggy second Saturday of March, but it did not end well as they slipped to a 5-0 defeat in their Macron League Division Eight game at East Budleigh Reserves, writes Dick Sturch.

Feniton Reserves were able to stage one of the few Macron Devon and Exeter League matches to be played on yet another soggy Saturday for local footballers.

Honiton Town’s three senior teams look set to have to play their final 41 matches of their respective campaigns in a period of seven weeks!

For the second successive Saturday in March Exmouth Town are without a game after their South West Peninsula League Premier Division game at Cullompton Rangers fell foul of a waterlogged pitch in Mid Devon.

However, Budleigh Salterton’s SWPL Eastern Division game against Appledore has beaten the rain and goes ahead with a 3pm kick-off.

Sidmouth Town Reserves Devon Senior Cup semi-final meeting with Plymouth-based Lakeside Athletic was one of 30 matches across the Macron League and county cups called off by mid-morning on yet another soggy Saturday .

Sidmouth Town will entertain Macron League Premier Division outfit Clyst Valley in the last eight of the Morrison Bell Cup.

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