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Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey Club (SOHC) ladies second team made a terrific start to the new league season as they recorded an emphatic 11-1 win over Bridgwater ladies second XI, writes by Suzanne Thorpe.

Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey Club (SOHC) ladies 1st XI got their new Petroc One League season off to a flying start with an impressive 7-0 win at Torbay.

What a glorious end to the summer season of outdoor bowls, writes Susie Bonnell.

Two members of Sidmouth Running Club, Lynda and Kaylee Hawkins travelled up to Berkshire to take part in the Windsor Half Marathon that takes place close to Windsor Castle in Windsor Great Park, writes Terry Bewes

Four Sidmouth Running Club ladies travelled to Bristol to take part in the Great Bristol Half Marathon, writes Terry Bewes.

Exe III got off to a tentative start in their opening fixture of a new season. However, once they found their feet in the game they began to play some good hockey.

With the Sidmouth Running Club ladies enjoying themselves in Bristol and Windsor half marathons, Justin Ashby was dispatched slightly less far up the M5 to take on the Taunton 10k, writes Terry Bewes.

Perky Pumas made a winning start to life in the Exmouth Netball League.

This week sees the beginning of the Exeter and District Netball League, writes Louise Hastie.

Exe 2nd XI were 7-2 winners when they began a new season against White Eagles.

Having played local leagues, county and internal competitions and hosted in excess of 25 touring sides from all over the UK, Sidmouth Bowling Club’s very busy outdoor season has drawn to a close, writes Sandra Wheeler.

The Madeira 2016 outdoor bowling season came to a close at the weekend with the last week’s games being played in a perfect Indian summer and they were much enjoyed by those left standing, ie those who had not gone on holiday or those who were already focussed on the indoor season which started on Sunday, writes Jenny Smith.

On Saturday the Southerly wind was blowing quite strongly, and Matt Wright from Washford volunteered to show early-solo pilot Will Stainer, how the cliffs at Beer Head work from the club DG505 two-seater, writes Jill Harmer.

Tom Merson rounded off an excellent month of racing with second place in the Bristol Half Marathon on Sunday, he finished in 68:41, his fastest time this year, writes Cathy Newman.

N1 Tri club members have been out in action recently, writes Ellie Dominey.

AVR members had a very busy Sunday with members running all manner of events far and wide, writes Chris Feeffe.

Sidmouth Eagles Under-14s netball team made their first foray into competition play when they took part in a tournament at Paignton, writes Louise Hastie.

Bad weather forced the Honiton Netball League off the outdoor courts and onto the indoor surfaces and just two matches were played as a result, writes Graham Ingram.

Exe 1st XI launched a new season with a 3-0 defeat at home to a very experienced Olton team, with a number of England and GB caps in their ranks.

Honiton Hornets made a flying start to a new season of league hockey with a 10-2 win at Teign III.

The end of the summer season of bowls is always bitter-sweet, writes Susie Bonnell.

The Honiton outdoor club champions have all been decided for another campaign, writes Julie Grant.

Harry Tincknell heads to the final round of the European Le Mans Series next month knowing he faces a battle to wrest the title from his rivals after placing fifth in Belgium last weekend.

A pair of N1 Tri Club members, Malcolm and Catherine Hilton, took on two of the greatest challenges that are out there for triathletes, writes Ellie Dominey.

Honiton Running Club (HRC) members didn’t have to travel too far last Sunday to take part in the Stockland Scamper 10k race, writes Judy Davey.

Sidmouth Bowling Club enjoyed a super evening at the last of this year’s Sunset Umbrellas, writes Susie Bonnell.

Replay were 60-20 winners when they met their club sister side Assent in an Exmouth Netball League contest.

Sidmouth bowlers welcomed their great friends and rivals - Seaton - to Sidmouth Bowling Club for a friendly mixed game of bowls on four rinks, writes Susie Bonnell.

Sidmouth runners tackle the Cotleigh Climb

Thursday, September 22, 2016

The Cotleigh Climb is an invitation only, social run, organised by Howard Bidmead the chairman of Honiton Running Club, writes Terry Bewes.

Last Wednesday was the last of the Yeovilton Summer 5k Series meetings, writes Chris Keeffe.

The curtain came down on Phear Park’s season with a victory in the final friendly at Feniton, followed by Captains Day last Saturday, writes Chris Cleaver.

The Budleigh Captains’ Day celebrations brought the curtain down on the outdoor season.

There were two significant events at Madeira over the past week, writes Jenny Smith.

Axminster edged out in Carpet Cup

Thursday, September 22, 2016

The Axminster Bowl Club 2016 outdoor season has drawn to a close and has certainly been enjoyed by all with results improved on last year - particularly away on grass, writes David Harris.

As the season draws to a close, the fixtures revert to friendly matches against neighbours and tourists, writes Roger Smith.

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