Sidmouth thirds were deserved 2-1 winners when they travelled to face Polonia.
Sidmouth Raiders Under-13s powered their way to a splendid 5-0 home win over North Tawton.
Ottery St Mary completed the first half of their Macron League Division Four season with a 2-1 home success over Countess Wear.
Sidmouth Town Reserves suffered an embarrassing defeat on a hugely disappointing day at Silver Street, Willand, where they lost a Macron League Division One meeting 4-2.
Sidmouth Town slumped to a hugely disappointing 5-1 defeat at the hands of Torridgeside.
Beer Albion fought hard to secure a precious league point in a 2-2 draw with Clyst Valley, writes Richard Honnor.
Ottery St Mary host Countess West tomorrow (Saturday) in what looks to be a key game in terms of the Otters bid to be a top four Macron League Division Four side this season.
On Saturday Sidmouth Town thirds were 7-3 winners when they entertained Woodbury in a Macron League Division Seven meeting.
Sidmouth Warriors Under-11s were 5-3 winners when they entertained Whipton Youth at St Johns School.
Sidmouth Warriors Under-9s were in great form as they saw off Twyford Gladiators 9-3.
Sidmouth Warriors Under-13s were involved in a goal fest when they hosted West Exe Youth in an Exeter and District Youth League meeting, a contest that served up no fewer than 19 goals.
Sidmouth Town banked a point from their visit to Alphington where they drew 0-0 to bag a second successive away clean sheet.
The Sidmouth Town Reserves had their season-long unbeaten record ended when they lost 3-2 at home to an experienced Exmouth Town Reserves side.
With the Beer first team game at Hatherleigh called off due to wet weather, the focus was on Beer Reserves home game against Royal Oak, writes Richard Honnor.
Exeter City Ladies FC recently took delivery of their new kit which has been generously sponsored by Exe Mortgages (www.exemortgages.co.uk), writes Richard Walsh.
Sidmouth Warriors Under-9s were 5-12 winners over Twyford Spartans.
Sidmouth Raiders Under-13s shared the spoils with Cranbrook in a 1-1 draw.
Sidmouth Town were single goal winners when they travelled to South Devon to meet Totnes and Dartington and it was the returning Rikki Pitter who scored the only goal of the contest.
Sidmouth Junior Vikings Under-10s entertained teams from Lyme Regis and Millwey Rise for their latest action.
Ottery St Mary Under-11s player Freddie Clark scored six times as his team netted eight in their home Exeter and District Youth League meeting with Heavitree.
Sidmouth Warriors Under-10s shared eight goals with visiting Exeter Pink Panthers in an entertaining Exeter and District Youth League game.
In a foot-of-the-table clash on Saturday at Bow Village field, Beer Albion came out on top, defeating the home side 4-2 to register their second win of this season’s Macron League Premier Division campaign writes, Richard Honnor.
Sidmouth Town Reserves banked another three Macron League Division One points with a 4-2 Manstone Lane win in an entertaining encounter at Manstone.
Sidmouth Raiders Under-13s were in superb form as they dismantled Whipton Youth to the tune of a 10-1 score line.
Ottery St Mary return to Macron League Division Four action tomorrow (Saturday) when they entertain Kentisbeare at Washbrook Meadow.
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