The Macron Devon and Exeter Football League has settled on the make-up of the nine division’s for the 2016/17 season.
Ottery St Mary FC are back in pre-season mode next Saturday (June 25), writes Steve Birley.
Sidmouth Town will once again run three teams in the coming 2016/17 football season, writes Steve Birley.
Sidmouth Town tasted cup glory on Wednesday night when they won the Morrison Bell Cup, writes Steve Birley.
Sidmouth Town are looking for a commercial manager to help increase the fund raising at the club.
Sidmouth Warriors Under-13s wrapped up their season’s action with back to back victories against Twyford Spartans and Cullompton Rangers.
Sidmouth Town Reserves booked a place in the final of the Grandisson Cup thanks to a last gasp goal from teenager Joe Miller.
Sidmouth Town booked a berth in the final of the Morrison Bell Cup after a 5-2 success against Upottery.
The curtain comes down on the Ottery St Mary season on Thursday night when they contest the final of the Golesworthy Cup against Offwell Rangers at Washbrook Meadow, Ottery (7pm), writes Steve Birley.
The final of the winter 5-a-side league held at Sidmouth Leisure Centre took place recently.
After a difficult season, Beer Albion confirmed their Devon and Exeter League Premier Division status with a 5-0 thumping of Feniton at the Furzebrake on Saturday writes Mike Adkin.
Ottery St Mary missed out on promotion from Fresha Division Five after being thumped 6-0 away at rivals Kenitsbeare in a winner-takes-all game on Wednesday night.
Sidmouth Town made it four games without defeat as they ended their season on a high, beating Galmpton United 1-0.
Sidmouth third team duly won their final match of the Fresha League Division Eight season, thrashing Ashwater 7-0 on their own pitch.
Playing their fifth game in ten days, Beer Albion 1st’s chalked up a crucial 3-2 win against mid-table Hatherleigh Town at the Furzebrake on Saturday, writes Richard Honnor.
Exmouth footballer Frank Delling recently enjoyed a match at the St James’ Park home of Exeter City that was put together to celebrate his birthday.
Sidmouth Warriors were edged out by the odd goal in three when they contested the Exeter and District Youth League Under-13 League Cup final at the St James’ Park home of Exeter City.
Sidmouth Town Reserves went down 2-1 in a midweek night game against a strong University side that looks likely to now deny the Vikings a top three finish in the Fresha League Division One table.
Sidmouth Town’s excellent end to the South West Peninsula League Eastern Division season continued as they defeated Exwick Villa 4-3 in a thrilling midweek evening encounter at Manstone Lane.
A blow to Ottery St Mary’s Fresha Division Five promotion hopes was softened by Golesworthy Cup progress this week.
Beer Albion continue to seek a new manager for the 2016/17 Devon and Exeter League season.
Sidmouth Town bagged their first win in almost a month, confidently defeating Totnes and Dartington 3-1 at Manstone Lane.
Sidmouth Warriors Under-11s were 4-0 winners when they entertained CS Cougars.
Two wins in the space of three days helped Ottery St Mary maintain their promotion charge in Fresha Division Five.
Sidmouth Town boss Josh Stunnell got the improved performance he was looking for against visiting Teignmouth, but it wasn’t enough to avoid a 2-0 defeat.
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