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Numbers have almost tripled in the past five years
Sidmouth Netball Club Under-11 team played their first ever league tournament last weekend, writes Louise Hastie.
After a six week absence of playing owing to the recent run of wet weather, Ottery Under-14s made a winning return to action as they eased their way into the last eight of the Exeter & District League Cup with a 5-2 home win over Culm Sampford.
Sidmouth Under-15 girls entertained Kingsbridge who pitched up in East Devon with limited numbers which means the home side had plenty of 'finishers' on the sidelines ready to join the action.
Sidmouth ladies met to contest the November County prize Stableford and it drew a limited number with just 17 braving the inclement weather that prevailed on the day, writes Pauline Couldwell.
Exmouth Town assistant manager speaks about the Cadbury Heath win - and looks ahead to the Wednesday night home game
Lympstone ABC members have been busy at various shows in recent weeks.
Exmouth Town Reserves held their nerve to win a penalty shoot-out against a very physical Signal Box Oak Villa to make progress in the Devon Premier Cup.
Budleigh bowlers were in fine form when they contested a mixed home friendly against Chardstock, one that ended in a resounding victory for the home side, writes Don Huish.
Feniton took the East Devon derby honours when they won their Macron League top flight game at Colyton 2-1.
The Otters had a rare occasion on Saturday when they welcomed Topsham seconds to Allhallows for the first time in several seasons.