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.

Exmouth Town assistant manager speaks about the Cadbury Heath win - and looks ahead to the Wednesday night home game

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.

Feniton took the East Devon derby honours when they won their Macron League top flight game at Colyton 2-1.

Beer Albion (main sponsor Eden Vale Turf SW Ltd) salvaged a point with a dramatic 95th minute equaliser in an enthralling 2-2 draw with University 2nds at the Furzebrake on Saturday, writes Richard Honnor.

Millwey Rise moved in to the next round of the Devon Senior Cup after a thrilling 3-2 home win over Crediton United Reserves, writes Dick Sturch.

Exmouth United Under-16s made progress in the Exeter and District Youth League KO Cup with a 3-0 win at Cranford.

Dunkeswell Rovers finally got back into action after a four week weather-enforced lay-off, but they showed no signs of rustiness as they won 2-0 at Lyme Regis in a Macron League Division Three game.

Exmouth Town Under-16s were handsome 5-0 winners when they took on Honiton Town in an Exeter & District Youth League Division One game.

A couple of years ago Duncan Hamilton and a handful of Exmouth Town (ETFC) supporters started up a Facebook group page called Muff Town Casuals (MTC), writes Martin Cook.

There was no joy for either Honiton Town or Honiton RFC in their respective away league matches on the middle Saturday of November

The middle Saturday of November was a good one for our loical football and rugby teams.

It's another matchday for local football and rugby teams with the main local focus in football terms, being on Greenway Lane, Budleigh Salterton, where the Robins' are in Scott Richards Solicitors Devon League North & East action against Liverton United (3pm).

Sidmouth Town Reserves, 3rd team and 4th team are all scheduled to have games this coming Saturday (November 16).

Exmouth Town will be hoping the weather that caused the postponement of all the club's fixtures last weekend and also Wednesday nights Les Phillips Cup meetintg with Parkway, relents and they will be able to play their two scheduled games in the coming six days, writes John Dibsdall.

The Exeter and District Youth League Under-15 Division Three meeting between Budleigh Salterton and Ottery St Mary was abandoned by the match referee when conditions became impossible to play in with Budleigh leading 2-0, writes SpursTom.

Weather permitting there's plenty of local football action this Saturday (November 16).

Here we take a look at all things Exmouth Town as the Southern Road men hoppe for a change in the weather to allow some acfion this Saturday (November 16) after last weekend's washout

Sidmouth Town were knocked out of the Devon St Lukes Bowl in midweek, beaten in a penalty shoot-out by hosts Holsworthy.

Budleigh Salterton team boss Rick Withers had mixed emotions at the final whistle of Friday night's Scott Richards Solicitors Devon League North & East Greenway Lane meeting with high-flying Heavitree, which the Robins, who had led 1-0 at half-time, lost 3-1.

Exmouth Town Under-16s were excellent value for a 9-1 home win over Winkleigh, a victory that sees them ease their way into the next round of the Exeter & District Youth League KO Cup.

Exmouth Town's Wednesday night Les Phillips Cup tie with Plymouth Parkway suffered a second successive washout as the rain did its worst to leave the Southern Road surface unfit for action.

Exmouth Town are in midweek action tonight (Wednesday) when they entertain Plymouth Parkway in a Les Phillips Cup tie (7.30pm).

Brixington Blues beat the weather and Central City to reach the third round of the Exeter & District Youth League Under-15 KO Cup after a 10-2 success.

Budleigh Salterton were beaten 3-1 in a Friday night home meeting with Heavitree United, writes Alan Beer.

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