The second Sunday of September saw Honiton Running Club’s (HRC) Darren Roberts take part in the Chard Chaser 10k which goes along country roads and rough tracks through Cuttiford’s Door and Chardleigh Green, writes Judy Davey.
The highlight of the week for men’s captain Dave Moody was his Captain’s Day when he played host to nine invited guests, many of whom have held important posts within the club in the past, writes Jenny Smith.
A year on from gaining a qualifying slot for the 70.3 Ironman World Championships, Clare Hansford found herself on the start line in Port Elizabeth, South Africa to soak up the atmosphere of a world class event, writes Dave Mutter.
British Team ‘Silverline’, driven by Exeter-based Drew Langdon and Exmouth’s Miles Jennings, were crowned Powerboat World Champions after winning the Cowes Torquay Cowes endurance race, the final event in a three race series.
Having missed the two Wiscombe Park meetings at the beginning of the month, Kilmington driver Ben Wheeler resumed his winning ways at the East Devon venue when he claimed Fastest Time of the Day in the final car meeting of the season organised by the South West centre of the MG Car Club, writes Geoffrey Picket.
Early on Sunday morning, I went off to Plymstock with others to watch two of our club members, Jean Brimson and Jill Bishop, play in the semi-final of the ladies’ County Over70s pairs, writes Carol Smith.