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Exmouth Town news on the final Saturday of January - 1st team draw, second team lose, but third team win 6-4.

Southern Road, Exmouth stages a Devon versus Somerset encounter this Saturday (January 25) with Exmouth Town hosting Bridgwater Town in a Toolstation Western League Premier Division clash.

It's a big weekend for Ottery St Mary Football Club with both the two men's teams in action tomorrow (Saturday) and then, 24 hours later, the Ottery ladies entertain Buckland in a Devon Cup semi-final meeting.

East Budleigh Reserves went down 4-2 in their Macron League Division Five home game against Exeter United, writes Mark Auton.

Exmouth United Under-10s marched into the Exeter & District Youth League Cup semi-finals with a 3-0 win over Feniton.

Town's midweek cup tie at Willand off owing to a frozen pitch in Mid Devon

Cranbrook suffered yet another postponement when their Macron League Division Four trip to Cheriton Fitzpaine last Saturday was postponed owing to a waterlogged surface in Mid Devon.

Upottery came mighty close to becoming the first team to defeat Macron Devon & Exeter League Premier Division leaders Okehampton, writes Steve Birley.

Honiton Under-10s booked a place in the semi-finals of the Exeter and District Youth League Cup with a superb 1-0 win at previously unbeaten Tiverton-based Twyford.

Budleigh Salterton were beaten 6-0 when they entertained Scott Richards Solicitors Devon League North & East high-flying Newtown at a sun-kissed Greenway Lane.

Brixington United Under-9s were 3-2 winners when they travelled to Sidmouth for a friendly fixture that was played out in frosty conditions.

Town assistant boss Andy Rawlings spoke of the management's delight at the 3-0 win at Chipping Sodbury.

Exmouth Town Under-14s bowed out of the Exeter & District Youth League Plate competition after a 4-0 loss to Honiton.

Dunkeswell Rovers made a winning start to life at their new home of Green Lane in the village with Macron League Division Three 3-1 win over Pinhoe.

Feniton and Beer Albion shared the spoils in a fractious Macron Premier contest at Acland Park, writes Richard Honnor.

Feniton Under-18s were too strong for Twyford Spartans when the sides met in a Devon League game,

Brixington Blues Under-9s are into the semi-finals of the Exeter and District Youth League cup after a 3-1 win over Kentisbeare.

Sidmouth Warriors Under-14s were excellent value for a 5-1 success when they hosted Exeter-based Central Giants in an Exeter & District Youth League meeting.

Millwey Rise were beaten 3-0 in their Macron League Division Four meeting with Feniton, writes Dick Sturch.

Exmouth Town maintained their 100 per cent start to 2020 when they returned from their visit to Chipping Sodbury Town having cruised to a comfortable 3-0 victory, writes John Dibsdall

The third Saturday of 2020 was a good day all-round for the main Exmouth teams with Town 3-0 winners at Chipping Sodbury in a Western League game, Exmouth RFC bagged a vital South West premier win thanks to success at Okehampton and Withycombe made it 14 wins from 14 starts in their Devon One campiagn.

Honiton Town's home meeting with Crediton United and Axminster Town's trip to Bovey Tracey are amongst the casualties in terms of waterlogged pitches on the third Saturday of 2020.

Exmouth Town will be followed by less than normal when they visit Chipping Sodbury Town in Saturday's Toolstation Western League Premier Division (3pm).

Sidmouth Town manager Danny Burwood says he is on the hunt for a new striker as the Vikings look to escape the foot of the South West Peninsula League Premier East, writes Sam Cooper

Exmouth United Under-11s were 3-0 winners when they entertained Honiton Town in an Exeter & District Youth League meeting.

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