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Sidmouth Town bagged a third successive league victory for only the third time in five years as they defeated Stoke Gabriel 6-0 at Manstone Lane.
Ottery St Mary are back in league action tomorrow (Saturday) having missed out last week owing to the opposition crying off with a Covid-19 issue, writes Steve Birley.
The men’s fourth team of Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey Club (SOHC) travelled with a depleted, but experienced side to brave the elements in Taunton to open a new South East Two league campaign.
Sidmouth Town go in search of a little piece of recent history making tomorrow (Saturday) when they entertain Bovey Tracey at Manstone Lane (3pm).
Josh Bradley, Jody Freeman and Conor McNamara-Campbell, scored the goals as Tipton St John defeated Otterton 3-1 to continue their unbeaten start to the Joma Devon & Exeter League Division One East campaign.
Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey Club (SOHC) ladies’ third played their first league match of the new Sedgemoor Division One season and went down to a 6-1 home defeat at the hands of Taunton Vale III.
Liam Cook is back in Brazil working with the national ladies’ cricket XI, writes Steve Birley.
Ottery St Mary chairman Mikey Ringer takes a look at all things relative to his beloved Otters in our usual weekly chat, writes Steve Birley.
Exmouth Town suffered a second defeat in three Toolstation Western League outings when beaten 3-2 at Tavistock on Wednesday night.
A chat with the new Honiton Town boss Liam Raybauld