Football

Sidmouth Town Reserves went down 4-1 in their final Macron Devon and Exeter League game of the season.

Budleigh Salterton scored five goals in 11 second-half minutes as they defeated Macron Devon and Exeter League Premier Division Upottery 5-1 in the Morrison Bell Cup semi-final on Monday evening at Ottery St Mary, writes Alan Beer.

Seaton Town produced a stunning performance in what might yet be their penultimate outing in the Macron Devon and Exeter league Premier Division for at least the next season, when they won 10-0 at Okehampton on a sun-kissed third Saturday of May.

Millwey Rise were beaten 4-1 when they entertained Black Swan Town in the final game of the Macron League Division Five campaign, writes Dick Sturch.

Brixington Blues Under-13s were emphatic 8-2 winners when they met Tiverton-based Moors Hawks in an Exeter and District Youth League match.

Seaton Town produced a stunning performance in what might yet be their penultimate outing in the Macron Devon and Exeter league Premier Division for at least the next season, when they won 10-0 at Okehampton on a sun-kissed third Saturday of May.

Exmouth Town has a new chairman, and the future certainly looks very bright and rosey for the Southern Road Club, writes Steve Birley.

Millwey Rise Football Club is set to stage their latest AGM.

Exeter City reached the League Two play-off final with Thursday night’s 3-1 win (3-1 on aggregate) over Lincoln City and a Devon firm are offering Exmouth-based City fans a free ride to the home of English football!

Ottery St Mary Football Club are gearing up for a Super Saturday at their Washbrook Meadow home with three major events under the spotlight.

Since the news broke earlier this week about the imminent departure from Manstone Lane of Town boss Josh Stunell, the Vikings chief has fielded a constant stream of phone calls.

Feniton ladies won the Westward Developments Devon Women’s Football League cup when they defeated Ilfracombe Town 6-1.

Playing in Tiverton against a strong, aggressive and equally good Moors Youth side, the young Robins had to battle hard, as their defence was tested to the limit.

Budleigh Salterton ladies are assured of a top two finish in Division One of the Westward Developments Devon Women’s Football League following their 3-0 away win at University of Plymouth, writes SpursTom.

Ottery St Mary was the setting for a cup semi-final that East Budleigh Reserves will only want to remember the first half, writes Mark Auton.

The Sportslighting Devon Under-13 Girls’ Cup Final was contested at the Devon County FA Headquarters, Newton Abbot ground, between Budleigh Salterton Youth, from the Devon Girls’ League Division One, and Ivybridge Town Youth, from the Devon Junior and Minor League Girls’ Vivid Division, writes SpursTom.

Sidmouth Raiders powered to a 5-1 success over Moors Youth when the pair met in an Exeter and District Youth League fixture.

Millwey Rise Reserves continued their run of wins in their penultimate game of the season by defeating another team above them in the league table, Pinhoe, claiming a 4-2 victory over the Exeter-based side, writes Dick Sturch.

Brixington Blues Under-13s were worthy winners of their meting with CS Cougars, beating the Mid Devon side 5-2.

Jack Howarth was clinical in front of goal, scoring six times as East Budleigh ran out winners in a twelve-goal thriller against Newtown, writes Mark Auton.

Sidmouth Town boss Josh Stunell has spoken of his feelings now that the news is out that, after four years in charge at Manstone Lane, he is set to depart after the final game of the season, which will either be Thursday night’s Morrison Bell Cup semi-final against Seaton Town at Ottery St Mary (7pm) – or the Morrison Bell final should the Vikings be victorious against Seaton.

Topsham St James Ladies secured their first win of the season on a sunny day at Plymouth Cricket Club’s Mount Wise, writes Hannah Clarke.

Sidmouth Town boss Josh Stunell to leave the club.

Beer Albion are back in action today (Sunday) just 40 or so hours after a Friday night 2-1 success in a hard-fought East Devon local derby at Colyford Road where the Fishermen scored a dramatic late winner to defeat Seaton Town 2-1 and plunge the Seasiders closer to relegation from the Macron Devon and Exeter League’s Premier Division writes Richard Honnor.

Sidmouth Town bring the curtain down on their South West Peninsula League Eastern Division season when they entertain Appledore at Manstone Lane (3pm).

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