This coming weekend (June 23 and 24) it is the second Ottery St Mary Football Club Youth Tournament.

New Sidmouth Town boss Richard Pears has completed his pre-season schedule and is very clear as to what sort of condition he wants his players to report back in when they pitch up at Manstone Lane for the first of the pr-season sessions being held at the club.

Sidmouth Town’s new manager, Richard Pears, is very excited about what he has discovered at Manstone Lane since his appointment which was announced earlier in the week.

Sidmouth Raiders Under-13s celebrated the past season with their awards evening held at the Manstone Lane club house.

Sidmouth Town have appointed former Exmouth Town and Barnstaple Town boss Richard Pears as their new manager.

The draw has been made for the opening rounds of next seasons South West Peninsula League, Walter C Parsons Cup competition.

Ottery St Mary staged a remarkable second half recovery to win their Bill Slee Cup semi-final against Woodbury to book a berth in the final of the cup, writes Steve Birley.

Sidmouth Town end season on cup high

Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Sidmouth Town ended the 2017/18 season in style as they won the Morrison Bell Cup, defeating fellow South West Peninsula League Eastern Division side Budleigh Salterton in the final at the Washbrook Meadow home of Ottery St Mary.

Sidmouth Raiders have been crowned Exeter and District Youth League champions after a 4-2 win away at Westexe Youth.

Sidmouth Town Reserves went down 4-1 in their final Macron Devon and Exeter League game of the season.

Ottery St Mary Football Club are gearing up for a Super Saturday at their Washbrook Meadow home with three major events under the spotlight.

Since the news broke earlier this week about the imminent departure from Manstone Lane of Town boss Josh Stunell, the Vikings chief has fielded a constant stream of phone calls.

Sidmouth Raiders powered to a 5-1 success over Moors Youth when the pair met in an Exeter and District Youth League fixture.

Sidmouth Town boss Josh Stunell has spoken of his feelings now that the news is out that, after four years in charge at Manstone Lane, he is set to depart after the final game of the season, which will either be Thursday night’s Morrison Bell Cup semi-final against Seaton Town at Ottery St Mary (7pm) – or the Morrison Bell final should the Vikings be victorious against Seaton.

Sidmouth Town boss Josh Stunell to leave the club.

Beer Albion are back in action today (Sunday) just 40 or so hours after a Friday night 2-1 success in a hard-fought East Devon local derby at Colyford Road where the Fishermen scored a dramatic late winner to defeat Seaton Town 2-1 and plunge the Seasiders closer to relegation from the Macron Devon and Exeter League’s Premier Division writes Richard Honnor.

Sidmouth Town bring the curtain down on their South West Peninsula League Eastern Division season when they entertain Appledore at Manstone Lane (3pm).

Ottery St Mary have a busy few games ahead, playing three times over the coming five days.


Friday, May 11, 2018

Sidmouth Town Reserves picked up a point in their last home league game of the season when they drew 1-1 with Lapford.

Otterton player Si Tuley made his 475th appearance for the club’s Saturday side on Wednesday night.

Sidmouth Warriors are on the search for new players to join them next season when they will be competing as an Under-13 team.

Over the last week, there were mixed fortunes for Beer Albion FC as both first and second teams worked through a backlog of tough fixtures forced on all clubs by the soggy winter, writes Richard Honnor.

Town second team beaten at Chard

Tuesday, May 8, 2018

On a roasting bank holiday Monday, Sidmouth Town second team saw their squad stretched to its limits as they went down 3-1 on their visit to Chard Town Reserves for a Macron League Division One fixture.

Sidmouth Raiders Under-14s were emphatic 9-0 winners when they travelled into Exeter to meet Whipton Youth.

Sidmouth Warriors Under-12s duly won their final game of what has been a long Exeter and District Youth League campaign when they defeated local rivals Exmouth 3-0 to secure their top division status and so will move up to Under-14s next season as a Division One side.

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