Football

Upottery Reserves played their final game of 2017 when they travelled to Silverton for a Macron League Division Six game and claimed a 4-0 success.

Millwey Rise Reserves powered to an 8-1 win at home to Amory Green Reserves when the sides met at Cloakham Lawns in a Macron League Division Eight fixture, writes Dick Sturch.

Ottery St Mary are set to entertain Countess Wear Dynamoes in a Macron League Division Three game tomorrow (Saturday), with kick-off at 2.15pm.

East Budleigh Reserves went down 4-2 on their Macron League Division Eight visit to Thorverton Reserves, writes Mark Auton.

East Budleigh suffered a 4-1 home defeat when they entertained Thorverton in their latest Macron League Division Two game, writes Mark Auton.

This has been a tough season to date for Newton Poppleford, but the second Saturday of December gave cause for double delight as both teams bagged Macron league wins.

Goals from Ashley Small and Adrian Small saw Tipton St John to a Macron league Division Three 2-1 home win over Tedburn St Mary.

Sidmouth Town fourths remain top of the Macron League Division Eight table after sharing eight goals with Exeter-based Central.

Robins well beaten by University

Friday, December 15, 2017

Budleigh Salterton suffered a fifth home defeat of the South West Peninsula League Eastern Division campaign when beaten 4-1 by University at Greenway Lane.

Robins Reserves beaten at University

Friday, December 15, 2017

Budleigh Salterton Reserves were beaten 3-1 when they travelled to meet University IV in a Macron League Division Three meeting, and with Cameron Brown having moved to Exmouth Town, the Robins Reserves are once again on the lookout for a goal-scoring finisher, writes SpursTom.

Sidmouth Town boss Josh Stunell pulled no punches after his side had their three-month unbeaten home record ended in a 5-1 defeat to Honiton Town.

Brixington Blues Under-15s have been fortunate to net themselves a couple of splendid sponsorships.

Exmouth Town held by 9-man Callington

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Exmouth Town will travel to Cornish side Sticker this Saturday without leading goal scorer Ace High and influential midfielder Brandon Green, who both received red cards in last Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Callington Town at Southern Road.

Sidmouth Town sunk by visiting Hippos

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Sidmouth Town slipped to a disappointing 5-1 defeat when they entertained Honiton Town and, in losing, conceded a season’s league double to the divisional new boys who had also beaten them earlier in the season at Mountbatten Park.

Lympstone Under-14s dished up a dominant and commanding display when they travelled to Heavitree for their latest Exeter and District Youth League Division One match and returned home with an 8-1 success.

Just seven days after being surprisingly beaten at Tiger Way by Liverton, Axminster Town travelled for a swift return meeting with the South Devon side and thumped them 7-0 on their own turf.

Beer Albion progressed to the semi-finals of the East Devon Senior Cup with a 3-0 home win against Macron League Division One side Perry Street and Yonder Hill, writes Richard Honnor.

Exmouth Town shared the spoils with Callington Town in a South West Peninsula League Premier Division meeting with Callington that saw three red cards issued, writes John Dibsdall.

The Devon FA ran this year’s Futsal qualifiers at Cranbrook Education Campus on the second Sunday of December.

Sidmouth Town Reserves were given a footballing lesson when they came up against a talented University Reserves side that certainly know how to play their University Sports Hub pitch on Topsham Road, Exeter.

Brixington Blues Under-13s were 4-1 winners when they came up against a Heavitree Youth side that began the day sitting top of the table.

Sidmouth Town Football Club is certainly enjoying something of a ‘special’ season with the third and fourth teams topping their respective Macron League tables, the second team have booked a quarter-final berth in the Devon Senior Cup and the first team head into tomorrow’s (Saturday) East Devon derby looking to extend an unbeaten run at Manstone Lane that stretches back four months, when they host Honiton Town (2.15pm).

Ottery St Mary boss Dave Fairweather was very honest after his side had been beaten 5-1 at neighbours Tipton St John.

The annual general meeting of the Ottery St Mary-based East Devon cup competitions is being held early next month.

Lympstone Spartans Under-11s confidently sailed into the semi-finals of the Exeter and District Youth League KO Cup with a 5-1 victory over Feniton.

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