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The men’s fourth team of Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey Club (SOHC) travelled with a depleted, but experienced side to brave the elements in Taunton to open a new South East Two league campaign.

Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey Club (SOHC) ladies’ third played their first league match of the new Sedgemoor Division One season and went down to a 6-1 home defeat at the hands of Taunton Vale III.

Monday night finally saw the return to court for the Honiton Netball League, writes Louise Hastie.

Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey Club (SOHC) ladies’ fourth team were beaten 3-0 when they travelled to meet Taunton Vale IVs in the opening game of a new Sedgemoor Division Two campaign.

Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey Club (SOHC) ladies first team began the new Central Division league season with a 1-1 home draw with Taunton Vale IIs.

The new British point-to-point season got under way on the penultimate Saturday of October at Ottery St Mary under strict protocol due to COVID-19 stipulations, writes Granville Taylor.

Two closely contested matches at Cricket Field Lane in the Tuesday morning Triples League were played out last week as both winning teams came from behind in the closing stages, writes David Roberts.

The final Sunday of October saw several Honiton Running Club (HRC) Members take on Bridport Runners CapTEN, writes Judy Davey.

The CapTEN, a well organised fell run to socially distance runners took place Sunday morning at Seatown, writes Dave Mutter.

A look at the scores from the opening day league matches for the Sidmouth & Ottery Hockey Club (SOHC) teams.

The Axminster Bowls Club indoor bowlers are back in action at their Cloakham Lawns home.

Sidmouth & Ottery Hockey Club launch a new league season tomorrow (Saturday) with all eight of the club teams in action.

With a herculean effort from Devon & Cornwall Point-to-Point Chairman Frank Yeo, along with Secretary Gordon Chambers, in combination with the Point-to-Point Authority, and the fantastic efforts of the East Devon team, the first fixture of the season is to be held at Bishops Court, Ottery St Mary, to take place this coming Saturday 24th October, writes Donna Harris.

There’s local area point-to-point action this coming Sunday with the staging of the annual meeting at Ottery St Mary on Saturday (October 24).

In the absence of indoor matches with other clubs this season it is important that apart from the many scheduled roll ups at Cricket Field Lane there are competitive leagues for the members to play in, writes David Roberts.

The Plym Trail is situated in the Dartmoor National Park with the HQ at Clearbrook, Plymouth and the stunning views of the forests and valleys are breath-taking, writes Judy Davey.

Last Saturday saw AVR Jake Smith represent GB in the World Athletics Half Marathon Championships in Gdynia Poland, writes Dave Mutter.

Here we bring you a round-up of the matches played by team sfro the Sidmouth & Ottery Hockey Club on the third Saturday of October.

The second Saturday of October was not the most successful of days in terms of on-pitch results for the men’s and ladies’ teams representing Sidmouth & Ottery Hockey Club (SOHC).

With many AVR members either running or pacing the virtual London Marathon the members completing the October virtual 4k handicap was somewhat depleted, writes Dave Mutter.

An army physiotherapist from Exmouth, the reigning European triathlon champion, won the world’s very first Half Ironman distance triathlon to be raced since lockdown and went on to win the major domestic triathlon of the season, raced in Nottingham.

There is action for both Sidmouth & Ottery Hockey Club (SOHC) men and women’s teams tomorrow (Saturday).

SOHC teams enjoy positive results

Wednesday, October 7, 2020

Three of the four men’s sides played against Bridgwater, with two home fixtures and one away.

With plans to have one last week of Outdoor bowling recent inclement weather dictated that many of the outdoor bowlers started to focus on the indoor season, writes David Roberts.

The Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey Club (SOHC) men’s third team opened their season with a 1-1 draw at home against Bridgwater in a competitive game played at Ottery.

East Devon resident Tim Wigram completed his ‘Virtual’ London Marathon effort ion Sunday, running the 29.75 miles from Lyme to Exmouth in a time of six hours and 39 minutes, writes Stephen Birley.

It’s been a strange sort of season, with no inter club matches but, by following government and Bowls England guidelines, bowls did return to Phear Park in a limited way, writes Kay Beresford.

Despite the most dreadful conditions 11 AVR’s completed their Virtual London Marathon on Sunday with many using a looped course from Axmouth to the seafront in Seaton, writes Dave Mutter.

The final Sunday of September saw the curtain come down on the 2020 outdoor bowling campaign at Ottery St Mary, writes Ron Cook.

East Devon resident Tim Wigram, is running the London Marathon on Sunday, but, like all those ‘non-elite’ athletes taking part in the 2020 version of the iconic race, Tim is going to ‘running’ the event far away from the streets of London.

The Bradleys Exmouth 10k was organised as a socially distancing race by Lizzie Maine, writes Hamish Spence.

Racing has been off the agenda for most runners since March, but four Honiton Running Club (NRC) members signed up to the North Devon AONB Half and Marathon which took place on the final Sunday of September, writes Jo Davey.

On a beautiful Autumn afternoon, the Budleigh bowlers came out in force to compete for the Centenary Cup - a round robin tournament with eight triples teams all playing each other across different rinks, writes David Roberts.

The North Devon Half Marathon took place on the final Sunday of September with social distancing being strictly adhered to, writes Dave Mutter.

David Cooke ran in the 800m race at the Yeovil track, writes Dave Mutter.

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