Football

Exmouth Town Under-14s were beaten 4-1 by a useful and strong West Exe side.

Exmouth Town put the disappointment of their exit from the FA Cup firmly behind them when they travelled to Cadbury Heath last Saturday and booked themselves a place in the draw for the First Round Proper of the FA Vase with a thumping 5-1 victory, writes John Dibsdall.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Exmouth Town travel to Almondsbury tonight (Tuesday) to contest a Les Phillips Cup (the league cup of the Toolstation Western League) tie at Almondsbury.

Exmouth Town assistant manager Andy Rawlings spoke after the teams 5-1 win at Cadbury Heath to make FA Vase progress.

Exmouth Town have been given a home tie in the 1st Round proper of the FA Vase.

Exmouth Town third made it four Macron League Division Eight wins in a row as they defeated Westexe Park Rangers Reserves 4-2.

Ottery St Mary Under-14s began a new Exeter & District Youth League campaign in emphatic style as they completed a 10-2 demolition of hosts Crediton.

Corey Rogers scored four times as Sidmouth Raiders launched a new Exeter & District Youth League campaign with an emphatic 8-0 win at home to North Tawton.

Millwey Rise were good value for their 4-0 win over Riviera that takes them into the next round of the Devon Senior Cup, writes Dick Sturch.

Exmouth United Under-14 player Luca Brind scored a hat-trick as his side won their opening game of a new youth leagues season, beating Honiton Town 5-2.

Sidmouth Town and Sidmouth Chiefs both suffered home disappointment and Ottery St Mary went down in their latest Scott Richards Solicitors Devon League South & West outing on the second Saturday of September.

Exmouth Town powered their way into the first round proper of the FA Vase after a dominant display at fellow Toolstation League outfit Cadbury Heath where they won 5-1.

The second Saturday of September was certainly a good one for Exmouth Town, Exmouth RFC and Withycombe RFC as all three claimed wins, Town in the FA Vase and both the Cockles and Withy in their respective league matches.

Dunkeswell Rovers shared eight goals in a thrilling midweek meting with Exmouth Spartans.

Exmouth Town head for the first of at least two meetings with Cadbury Heath inside a fortnight when they travel up the M5 for tomorrow's FA Vase tie.

Ottery St Mary are in FA Vase action tomorrow (Saturday) when they entertain Cullompton Rangers at Manstone Lane (3pm).

Ottery St Mary made a superb start to life in the Devon Women's Football League Premier Division as they defeated Activate 5-3 at Washbrook Meadow.

There's a busy weekend ahead for Exmouth Town youth teams and the weekend of action gets underway with a social event at the club's Southern Road home.

Ottery St Mary Under-18s made a superb start to the new Devon U18 League campaign when they won 5-3 away against Twyford Spartans.

Wilkinson back with the Otters

Friday, September 13, 2019

Ottery St Mary are delighted that they have secured the services of Jordan Wilkinson for the rest of the season.

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