South West Angels of Terror (SWAT) B team certainly enjoyed their bank holiday weekend with a resounding victory over Cornwall Roller Derby’s Rec team, writes Steve Birley.
A good sized Bank Holiday crowd enjoyed warn sunshine and competitive racing at Upcott Cross for the South Tetcott meeting, writes Granville Taylor.
Swaggermamas pulled off the result of the week when they defeated current winter champions Hi Q in a thrilling, but low scoring, encounter, writes Graham Ingram.
Sidmouth ladies Blues gave Seaton Blue a case of the blues when beating them in the popular and competitive Over-50s Ladies League, writes Susie Bonnell.
Sidmouth seniors were 5-1 winners when they defeated visiting Minehead, writes Chris Grubb.
N1 Tri Club member Ellie Dominey travelled to Snowdonia in Wales to take on the Slateman Savage double triathlon, writes Steve Birley.
The weekend’s main action in terms of local triathlon events took place in Torbay at the Velo Park, where no fewer than six of N1’s talented academy squad took part in the Geopark Triathlon, writes Ellie Dominey.
Sidmouth and Ottery launch their respective Under-19 competition campaigns on Monday (May 30).
Sidmouth ladies invited the gentlemen to join them in a fun Texas Scramble competition, writes Maria Clapp.
Honiton Petanque Club’s match at Ottery St Mary ended in another narrow 3-2 defeat, their third consecutive loss by the same score line.
Six youngsters were presented with free tennis rackets by Sidmouth Tennis Club coaches on Sunday after graduating from the Club’s Davis Cup Legacy coaching programme writes Kate Truman.
Sidmouth Town tasted cup glory on Wednesday night when they won the Morrison Bell Cup, writes Steve Birley.
Tipton St John were 10 wicket winners when they entertained Marldon in their latest match, writes Phil Wright.
Sidbury were winners when they entertained Branscombe in a fixture that was able to proceed thanks to the new all-weather wicket at their Millfield home.
Horse racing enthusiasts are promised a fantastic family day out on Bank Holiday Monday (May 30), writes Donna Harris.
It’s been a busy week and both the Madeira men’s and ladies’ Sections have done well this week in County inter-club competitions, writes Mary Smith.
Five 15 years and over Chard and District Club swimmers competed at the recent ASA South West Regional Youth Championships held at the 50 metre pool at Plymouth Life Centre, writes Heather Pullinger.
Topsham St James Under-11s were involved in a thrilling meeting with Whimple that ended in an eight run victory form the young Saints, writes Ian Mason.
There was good weather for the 56 seniors taking part in the popular Texas Scramble format, writes John Pawley.
Seaton Tennis Club are running junior camps across the half-term break, and the club is preparing for a major event, writes Belinda Bawden.
It was a bitter-sweet few days for Budleigh last week as they crashed out of the Euro Shopper Devon Senior Cup just days after making progress in the Devon T20 competition.
The Lyme Regis Centenary Sword was won by Adrian Morgan, writes Richard Jackamn.
The qualifier for the Express and Echo Shield was the competition on offer for the ladies last Wednesday, writes John Pawley.
Feniton Over-60s men’s A Triples League team maintained their winning ways by defeating Tiverton Bowling Club away, 42-26, writes Roger Smith.
Seaton ladies give Sidmouth the blues in triples league meeting
Axminster had a terrific 19 point success in their C Division meeting with Kilmington.
Seaton Tennis Club league teams have seen plenty of action recently, writes Belinda Bawden.
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