Sidmouth Town tasted cup glory on Wednesday night when they won the Morrison Bell Cup, writes Steve Birley.

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Sidmouth Town are looking for a commercial manager to help increase the fund raising at the club.

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Sidmouth Warriors Under-13s wrapped up their season’s action with back to back victories against Twyford Spartans and Cullompton Rangers.

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Sidmouth Town Reserves booked a place in the final of the Grandisson Cup thanks to a last gasp goal from teenager Joe Miller.

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Budleigh Under-15s ended the Exeter and District Youth League season as the Division One champions, but there were some concerns for the young Greenway Lane men before they could celebrate a terrific campaign, writes SpursTom.

The Budleigh Salterton Football Club Presentation Evening was held at the weekend and saw a large turnout sit to enjoy a two-course meal before the presentation of playing awards by club chairman Peter Savage.

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Budleigh Salterton girls Under-13s completed their season campaign with defeats against the league’s top two sides, writes SpursTom.

Colyton Youth Football Club has launched a new website.

Millwey Rise Youth Football Club have put together a special ‘Signing On’ event that takes place next month.

Ammies boss Jody Bolt hands the Ammies golden boot to 2nd team Dann Tapp

The Warren View home of Exmouth Amateurs played host to the club’s end of season presentation on Friday night.

Honiton Town Reserves after their penalty shoot-out Carlisle Cup final victory over Kentisbeare

Honiton Town Reserves won the Carlisle Cup for the second time in three years when they defeated Kentisbeare 5-3 on penalties after a 2-2 draw in a pulsating final.

Millwey Rise brought the curtain down on an exceptional season by winning their final Fresha League match of the season, defeating Division Six rivals Winchester 3-1 to pip the Exeter side to the runners-up spot, writes Dick Sturch.

Sidmouth Town booked a berth in the final of the Morrison Bell Cup after a 5-2 success against Upottery.

The curtain comes down on the Ottery St Mary season on Thursday night when they contest the final of the Golesworthy Cup against Offwell Rangers at Washbrook Meadow, Ottery (7pm), writes Steve Birley.

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The final of the winter 5-a-side league held at Sidmouth Leisure Centre took place recently.


Exmouth amateurs completed their football league season at the weekend with the third team drawing 2-2 with Witheridge.

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East Budleigh turned up at Vicarage Road for their last game of the season in Fresha Devon and Exeter league Division Two last Saturday, but had their afternoon cut short when warming up, receiving a call to say that the away side were unable to get a team, writes Mark Auton.


Exmouth Amateurs third team brought the curtain down on their season with a 2-2 Warren View draw with s over Witheridge thirds.

Brixington Blues Under-13s made the long trip to Cheriton Fitzpaine to conclude their Exeter and District Youth League season, writes Alan Diprose.

Brixington Blues Under-12s at St James Park, Exeter

Brixington Blues Under-12s rounded off their season in super style, lifting the Exeter and District Youth League KO Cup at the St James’ Park home of Exeter City Football Club.

Honiton rounded off arguably their finest season in recent years with a 7-1 success at Bow that leaves them finishing third in the Premier Division, writes Steve Birley.

Beer Albion end season on high

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After a difficult season, Beer Albion confirmed their Devon and Exeter League Premier Division status with a 5-0 thumping of Feniton at the Furzebrake on Saturday writes Mike Adkin.

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Millwey Rise won their penultimate game of the league season beating already crowned champions Whipton and Pinhoe, writes Dick Sturch.

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Ottery St Mary missed out on promotion from Fresha Division Five after being thumped 6-0 away at rivals Kenitsbeare in a winner-takes-all game on Wednesday night.

Sidmouth Town made it four games without defeat as they ended their season on a high, beating Galmpton United 1-0.

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