There was another busy week of action in the East Devon Short Mat Bowls League last week, writes Caroline Pavey.
Beer Albion reserves were held 1-1 by Starcross Generals in an entertaining Fresha League Division Five encounter at the Furzebrake, writes Richard Honnor.
Beer Albion, in desperate need of league points, travelled to Exeter to face Exwick Villa Reserves, and were just pipped 2-1 in a close match, writes Richard Honnor.
Sidmouth Raiders Under-12s were edged out by a single goal on their visit to North Tawton for their latest Exeter Youth League game.
Sidmouth Warriors Under-12s shared four goals in their Exeter and District League Division One home meeting Lympstone.
Sidbury United have been docked a point by the Fresha League after they were unable to field a side for the Premier Division meeting with Newtown.
Sidmouth Town have received some superb sponsorship backing from a Lyme Regis business.
Six Sidmouth runners ventured to the edge of Dartmoor last Sunday to run the challenging and beautiful Drogo 10.
The Chiefs suffered their first defeat in six games when beaten 16-12 at a wet and windy St Austell, writes Terry O’Brien.
Great Britain will play their first Davis Cup final since 1978 when they take on Belgium in Ghent from November 27-29, writes Kate Truman.
Sidmouth and Ottery Men’s fifth XI took on high-flying Tiverton in what proved to be a bad-tempered encounter, played at Ottery St Mary.
Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey Club (SOHC) ladies’ first team finally got their long awaited, and much deserved, first win of the season against a fiery Mid Somerset side.
The third round of the Livery Dole Mitsubishi Winter League 2015-16 was played on Sunday in reasonable weather conditions and some great scoring was achieved, writes John Barnard.
The latest round of matches in the Sidmouth Ladies’ Triples League produced a couple of conclusive victories and one by just three shots.
Sidmouth Town will try for the third weekend running to play their Firewatch Devon Senior Cup tie against Seaton Town.
The most successful captain in the history of Devon Premier Division cricket is looking forward to being just a player again, writes Conrad Sutcliffe.
It was the second leg of the Ken Titherington Trophy that was the main feature of golf on Saturday at Sidmouth, writes John Barnard.
Beer Albion suffered another home league defeat on Saturday, this time shipping four goals to mid-table Exwick Villa, writes Richard Honnor.
Sidmouth Towns Graddon Vending Devon Premier Cup tie at home to Seaton today (Saturday, November 14) is off owing to a waterlogged Manstone Lane pitch.
Sidmouth skipper Will Murray – the most successful captain in Devon League history – has left the club with a headache after announcing he is standing down from the job, writes Conrad Sutcliffe
Sidmouth Under-8s welcomed a good-sized and friendly contingent from Cullompton for their latest action at Sidford.
The Chiefs continued their move up the Cornwall and Devon league with a fourth successive victory, beating visiting Saltash 44-23 to go ahead of the Cornish side in the table, writes Terry O’Brien.
Sidmouth Under-13s served up a superb all-round show as they put hosts Dorchester to the sword, beating them 55-5.
Despite being reinstated in the Devon Premier Cup, Beer Albion were unable to capitalise, crashing out 7-0 to South West Peninsula League (SWPL) side Budleigh Salterton at the Furzebrake on Saturday, writes Richard Honnor.
Sidbury United are without a game tomorrow (November 14) and so will not now be in action again until next Saturday.
Ottery St Mary will hope that the weather allows their A and S paving Devon Intermediate Cup tie against Fresha League Division Six leaders Whipton and Pinhoe tomorrow (Saturday).
Sidmouth Warriors Under-8s are enjoying an excellent season to date, winning the majority of their matches and only occasional succumbing to defeat.
Sidmouth Town will try again to play their Firewatch Devon Senior Cup East Devon derby with Seaton Town tomorrow (November 14), writes Steve Birley.
Sidmouth Raiders Under-13s were excellent value for a 2-1 success at Broadclyst.
There was no change in the Evening Division One table after the results of the past week, writes Caroline Pavey.
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