East Devon sport

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Exmouth Town are in action tonight (Wednesday) when they travel up to Mid Devon to take on Bet Victor Southern League Division One South side Willand Rovers in the quarter-finals of the Devon St Lukes Bowl competition.


After weeks of storms and cancellations, the weather finally eased to allow the Exmouth Under-9s to return to action, something they did when they entertained Okehampton.


Exmouth Town assistant manager Andy Rawlings had high praise for the team and in particular, the returning Robbie Powell, following the Southern Road men's 2-0 win over Wellington.


Goals from Bec Long and Shannon Gilmour saw Budleigh Salterton ladies to a 2-1 Greenway Lane victory over University of Exeter ladies to book the Robinettes a place in the last four of this season's Westward Developments Devon Women's League Cup, writes SpursTom.


East Budleigh Reserves snatched all three points from their visit to Exeter United for a Macron League Division Five fixture thanks to a very late strike from Jack Hocking, writes Mark Auton.


Cranbrook recorded arguably one of their finest results of the season when they defeated Macron Devon & Exeter League Division Four table-topping Central 1-0 at the Cranbrook Education Centre.


There were no fewer than six Exmouth RFC players that featured in the Devon U20s team that enjoyed success over Cornwall.


There were no seniors brave enough to tackle the regular roll-ups last Monday or Wednesday as the weather once again disrupted proceedings, writes Dave Bruce.

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Sidmouth ladies contested the annual Ladies Joan Jeffery Trophy internal competition, writes Carol Smith.

Yesterday, 14:17

Feniton served up a superb all-round team performance to end a run of four straight wins for Exeter University, beating the students 2-0 in a Macron League Premier Division meeting at Acland Park.

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