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This coming Saturday (September 21) sees Madeira Bowls Club host another of their popular Open Day events, writes Jenny Smith.

We're into the last week of term at Madeira, but still have been busy with several home friendlies and, given the weather, bowling at the end of this outdoor season is an absolute pleasure, writes Jenny Smith.

Honiton Running Club members were out in force for the Stockland Scamper 10k multi-terrain race, writes Judy Davey.

The Feniton Bowls Club Finals weekend saw Tony Kury victorious in the men's singles, defeating Chris Jacob by 21-9, writes Roger Smith.

Fifteen AVRs ran the 10k Stockland Scamper on a glorious sunny September morning. Brilliantly organised by Emma Parris, this race takes in some of East Devon's most beautiful, if somewhat lumpy, countryside. AVRs came away with most of the prizes, with Tim Lenton being the first man home in 42:37 and Karen Eyre the first lady in 51:02.

Exmouth ABC held their annual presentation at the Ocean Suite, Exmouth.

As the 2019 outdoor season draws to a close members of Honiton Bowling Club helped captain Yvonne Williams celebrate a what has been a busy and successful season, writes Joan Mackintosh.

Budleigh's regular contributor is currently indisposed, writes Don Huish.

Honiton Running Club members have been busy over the past few weeks taking part in events across the South West, writes Judy Davey.

Over 200 people took part in the 2019 Cranbrook 5km and Family Fun Run hosted by Exeter College Running Club - Cranbrook and in support of Action for Children charity.

Thirteen members of the Exeter College Running Club - Cranbrook, were on the start line of the hugely popular Michelmores Charity 5k Run, writes Kelly Curran.

Last week Sidmouth BC hosted the first of two sessions with members of the University Of The Third Age (U3A), writes Carol Smith.

It's a busy weekend for all at Wiscombe Park this weekend (September 14 and 15), writes Geoffrey Pickett

Sidmouth Running Club member Jo Earlam took part in the City To Sea Marathon for the second year in succession, writes Hamish Spence.

Several Sidmouth bowlers went off to Abbrook Park Bowls Club last Saturday to support our club's 'Dynamic Duo' Brenda Somerfield and Jill Bishop, who were playing in the semi-final of the Ladies' County Over-55 Pairs, writes Carol Smith.

Ottery bowlers began their week of action with a visit to Taunton Deane, writes Michael Smith.

The Chippenham Half Marathon was selected as the event for this year's SW Inter Counties Road Championships, writes Hamish Spence.

The past week saw Sidmouth bowlers entertain two different touring teams, writes Carol Smith.

This weekend sees the Budleigh club's finals weekend spread over Friday, Saturday, Sunday and into Tuesday and members need to check at the club by the end of the week to ensure that they don't miss some great matches on offer.

Madeira had a busy past week playing a number of friendly fixtures, writes Jenny Smith.

It's a Summers summer at Phear Park bowls, as Brian Summers concludes what has certainly been a great personal season, writes Kay and Paul Beresford.

There's a big triathlon taking part in Exmouth this Sunday (September 15).

The past week was another busy one at Madeira, writes Jenny Smith.

Seaton ladies' Blue team have been crowned champions of the Over-50s League Division One with two games still to be played, writes Glenn Elliott.

It was a case of a, nearly, but not quite, for the Lyme Regis ladies this week in the county finals, writes Paul Moffitt.

Honiton Petanque recorded a decisive 4-1 victory at Chudleigh in the penultimate round of Devon League matches, writes Chris Bigmore.

Feniton Hawks enjoyed a winning end to the Exeter & District Over-60s Triples League campaign, writes Roger Smith.

Budleigh bowlers went down 109-90 when they entertained Abington, writes David Roberts.

The 2019 season saw Cullompton's Ed Hollier leave the national hill climb scene and return to his roots in the south-west and simultaneously return to his winning ways at Wiscombe Park, writes Geoffrey Pickett.

AVR's James Ashforth smashed his personal best (PB) when he took part in the Great North Run Half Marathon, writes Dave Mutter.

In Romania, 28-year-old Kerri-Ann powered her way through 1,000m swim, 23km mountain bike and 6km trail run, crossing the finish line as the first British female, first in her age group (25-29) and second overall and so completed her mission, retaining her European Champion title!

Following a chance meeting whilst on holiday between Ken Clarke and a member of Dursley Bowls Club from Gloucestershire, a coach trip was arranged for the first day of September to take Honiton bowlers to Dursley to play a friendly.

There are 80 runners registered in the Sidmouth Running Club Stava group so far (other apps are available like Map My Run etc), writes Hamish Spence.

Sidmouth resident and Zimbabwe ladies' hockey team head coach Gus McVey has recently returned from South Africa having enjoyed more success.

Ottery D will be playing their bowls in a higher division next season despite losing at home to Chagford, writes Michael Smith.

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