Sidmouth Quins notched up their first win of the season, and did so in style, beating Brixham 2nds 32-12, writes Terry O’Brien.
The Sidmouth Rugby Club’s annual Bingley Pullin Memorial Lunch is being held on the final Saturday of the month, writes Terry O’Brien.
Withycombe ladies lifted the Pink Vase when they defeated Minehead Barbarians at Raleigh Park.
Sidmouth Under-15s went down 30-17 when they took on South Molton on the lush turf at the Blackmore.
Exmouth finally got some light relief in their National Two (S) campaign as they ended the run of defeats since match day one, sharing 14 points with Redingensians at the Imperial Ground.
Cockles coach Jon Hill spoke after the 7-all draw with Redingensians.
Withycombe Under-11s were 5-4 winners when they entertained a small, but very talented Cullompton.
Withycombe Under-13s returned from their visit to Cullompton with a terrific 35-7 victory.
Honiton Hawks Under-8s were involved in a couple of titanic tussles with Exeter Chiefs.
Honiton Tigers Under-10s were involved in two close contests when they visited Exeter Youth.
Honiton IIs went down in their meeting with a very strong Withycombe 2nd XV.
Honiton fell to the expected heavy defeat when they came up against a University side that has made a flying start to their league campaign at one level higher than the Lacemen, in the Devon Cup, writes Jerry Rice.
Exmouth ended their National Two (S) run of defeats when they shared 14 points with Readingensians at the Imperial Ground.
Exmouth face arguably their biggest match in recent seasons when they host Redingensians on Saturday, a match sponsored by C Sansom Ltd, kicking off at 2.30pm.
Sidmouth Chiefs notched up their third bonus point win in a row thanks to a 47-22 victory in their Devon derby against Crediton, writes Terry O’Brien.
Sidmouth Under-7s took to the pitch for their first outing of the season when they took on Topsham.
Sidmouth Under-9s entertained Topsham at Sidford for a morning that would see the Sidmouth players experience contact rugby for the first time.
Sidmouth Under-10s fielded three teams for their first competitive matches of the season, taking on teams from Topsham.
Sidmouth Under-13 girls returned from a visit to Newton Abbot for their first non-festival game of the season with a 9-7 victory.
Sidmouth Under-14s powered to a 29-5 Blackmore victory over Topsham.
Sidmouth Under-15s dished up a tremendous battling performance as they went down to the reigning Devon champions Topsham, beaten 19-0, writes Simon Rowe.
Withycombe went down 33-15 on their visit to Saltash.
Exmouth suffered their heaviest ever national two (S) defeat when thumped 83-7 by top-of-the-table Chinnor.
Following the 83-7 defeat at Chinnor, Cockles head coach Jon Hill made his usual honest and forthright assessment of the game.
Withycombe 2nd XV, playing their first Merit Table fixture of the season, were narrowly beaten 24-22 by visiting Barnstaple.
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