Football

In front of 60 spectators, Beer Albion 2nd’s made it six points from two starts with a hard-earned 2-0 home win against East Budleigh , writes Richard Honnor.

Exmouth Spartans suffered a narrow 1-0 defeat when they entertained Lyme Regis Reserves in their opening game of a new Joma Devon & Exeter League season.

Otterton made it two wins from as many early season Joma Devon & Exeter League Division One East outings with a single goal success at Dunkeswell Rovers.

Axminster Town were edged out 2-1 on their visit to Torpoint for their latest South West Peninsula League Premier East game.

Cranbrook were 6-1 winners when they entertained Pinhoe on matchday two of the new Joma Devon & Exeter League Division Two East campaign.

Millwey Rise Reserves came back from being two goals down to defeat Ottery St Mary Development XI 3-2 in a Joma Devon & Exeter League Division Four East game.

The past week has been another excellent one for Town with two impressive victories on the road, writes John Dibsdall.

Brixington Blues Under-15s launched a memorable comeback in an end-to-end, action-packed, eventful match against a strong South Molton visiting side who eventually took the match honours, 6-3, writes Paul Jeffery.

Exmouth Town third team went down 7-1 on their visit to Sidmouth Town fourth team for a Joma League game.

Feniton made it two wins from two Joma Devon & Exeter League Premier East outings as they won 2-1 at Sidmouth Town Reserves.

Honiton Town Under-11s were 2-1 winners when they met Brixington in an Exeter & District Youth League game, writes David Broom.

Exmouth Town Under-18s had to dig deep to net the three Devon U18 League points they banked from their 2-1 win at Hatherleigh.

East Budleigh Reserves were beaten 1-0 when they entertained Ottery St Mary Reserves in a Joma Devon and Exeter League contest, writes Mark Auton.

Top billing goes to the first team who continue to be unbeaten and they remain top of the Scott Richards Solicitors Devon League South & West division after a 2-1 win over the Plymouth Argyle FITC Development XI.

A chat with Feniton Football Club chairman Matt Kingdon.

Exmouth Town Reserves were involved in a seven goal thriller when they entertained Budleigh Salterton in a Scott Richards Solicitors Devon League at Southern Road.

Warriors went into the derby game missing a number of key players through injury.

Millwey Rise gave Axminster Town Reserves plenty to think about during the 90 minutes of a splendid contest that the two teams served up at Tiger Way, writes Dick Sturch.

Upottery Reserves banked three Joma Devon & Exeter League Division Three East points with a 3-1 Glebe Park win over Devon Yeoman.

A look at the local football results on the final Saturday of September

This week’s ‘That was the sporting week quiz’ We have 35 points up for grabs. How many points can you bank?

Brixington Blues Under-12s made a winning start to the new Exeter & District Youth League season with a 2-1 success against Exeter-based Stoke Hill.

A 90th minute missed penalty, a 94th minute equaliser and a 96th minute winner meant it was a lively end to Sidmouth Town’s FA Vase match at home to Cheddar.

Ottery St Mary remain at the top of the Devon Football League South West Division following a 3-0 win at Bere Alston United on Saturday (September 19).

Exmouth Town are up to 10th in the Toolstation Western League Premier Division table following that 2-1 Wednesday night win at Street.

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