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Yesterday, 21:50

Budleigh Salterton chalked up a second successive win of the Scott Richards Solicitors Devon League North & East campaign and became the first team to stop St Martins scoring in a match this season as they beat the Exminster men 4-0 at Greenway Lane, writes Alan Beer.

Yesterday, 21:46

Adam Jones was the runaway winner of the September stableford at East Devon Golf Club last Saturday, writes Helen Chivers.

Yesterday, 21:44

Honiton Town claimed a major victory - arguably their finest success in recent years - when they travelled to Southern League side Barnstaple Town and knocked them out of the Devon St Lukes Bowl, beating them 3-2 in a penalty shoot-out after the sides had shared six goals over 90 minutes in North Devon.

Yesterday, 21:30

Exmouth Town sailed into the second round of the Les Phillips Cup with a confident all-round display that saw them win 4-1 at Western League Division One side Almondsbury.

Yesterday, 13:08

As the score line of 28-30 indicates, the first home game of the Western Counties West campaign for Sidmouth proved to be a closely contested and indeed, entertaining game, though there were too many errors on both sides to label it a classic, writes Terry O'Brien.

Yesterday, 12:54

Tipton enjoyed two wins over the weekend with a bowler claiming a 'fivefer' in each game, writes Phil Wright.

Yesterday, 12:31

Beer Albion eased into the second round of the Devon Premier Cup with hard-fought 1-0 victory against East Allington from the South Devon League Premier Division, in front of a good crowd of 70 at the Furzebrake, writes Mike Adkin.

Yesterday, 12:31

Honiton Otters went down 52-7 on their visit to Exmouth for the first league game of a new campaign.

Yesterday, 12:30

David Lock oversaw his President's Day medal competition and it was very appropriate that past president John Owen won with a blistering score of nett 64 with two good steady nines to win by three clear shots from James Phillips and Terry Peadon, writes Richard Jackman.

Yesterday, 11:54

Honiton showed real strength of character to secure their first win in the Western Counties West, beating hosts Teignmouth 26-24 thanks to a late Harry Wright try and conversion from Ollie Cave.

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