Football

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Two wins in two days! It wasn’t a bad weekend for Honiton Town Youth U12s.

Dunkeswell Rovers didn’t put a foot wrong during a weekend of league and cup action away from home.

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Sidmouth Town went down 8-2 when they came up against title chasing Teignmouth Town at Manstone Lane, but the score line most certainly does not tell the whole story, writes Steve Birley.

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After last week’s uninspiring bore draw away to dilapidated Dawlish - no hot showers, no food and a pitch poached by cattle! – Sidmouth Town Reserves travelled to meet Fresha league Division two title chasing Upottery at their Glebe Park home where they succumbed to a 6-3 defeat.

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Sidmouth Warriors Under-98s had mixed fortunes in their latest Exeter and District Youth League matches.

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Sidmouth Warriors Under-10s faced their toughest test of the season to date, but emerged with flying colours after a 1-0 win over Brixington Blues, writes Chris Roberts.

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Sidmouth Warriors Under-11s were 5-4 winners against Okehampton Argyle in an Exeter and District Youth League Division One game that was just as much a roller-coaster of a contest as the Town youngsters seem to have been making a habit of being involved in this season.

Sidmouth Raiders Under-11s were well worth the share of the spoils they took in a meeting with high-flying St Martins.

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Just when Exeter City fans were maybe beginning to lose heart, the Grecians last Saturday won their second game in a row beating Wimbledon 3-2 at home and stretched their unbeaten run to three games, writes Gareth Hughes.

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Beer Albion Reserves put in another plucky performance away from home winning 2-1 at Silverton in a Fresha League Division Six meeting on Saturday, writes Richard Honnor.

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Beer Albion were rewarded for a hard-working performance with a 2-0 win over struggling Willand Reserves, writes Richard Honnor.

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Every pitch being used at the Hamlin Lane, Exeter of home of Stoke Hill AFC seemed to be playing host last Saturday to a green-clad team, writes Antony Paget.

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Ottery St Mary claimed another big success with a Wednesday night 3-0 triumph over Otterton in the Grandisson Cup.

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A goal in each half saw Sidmouth Raiders to a 2-0 win over Crediton.

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Sidmouth Town go into tomorrow’s Manstone Lane game against table-topping Teignmouth Town looking for a fourth successive victory.

Ottery St Mary’s assault on trophies this season continued with a midweek Grandisson Cup triumph over Otterton.

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Sidmouth Town recorded the result of their league campaign with a 1-0 success at Brixham Villa thanks to a second half penalty slotted by skipper Aaron Doble.

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Sidmouth Warriors Under-12s were unfortunate not to take anything from their latest Exeter and District Youth League outing, a narrow 2-1 defeat against Heavitree Youth.

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Sidmouth Town Under-14s went down 3-0 at home to unbeaten Whipton, but the score line does do justice to an excellent game of football that was contested by two well-matched team.

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Sidmouth Town youngster Jamie Newbery ahs been rewarded by the Vikings for his superb transition from youth football to the senior game.

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Beer Albion visited local rivals Feniton on Saturday and were a bit unlucky to go down 2-1 in a close, hard-fought encounter, writes Richard Honnor.

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Sidbury United are without a game this Saturday (March 7) and that’s a source of real frustration for United boss Jeremy Schofield.

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Sidmouth Town sealed a second double of the season with a 2-1 win at Exwick Villa.

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Sidmouth Warriors Under-10s were 2-0 victors when they met Honiton in an Exeter and District League fixture, writes Chris Roberts.

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Sidmouth Under-9s Raiders and Warriors travelled to Exminster to play St Martins and Newton Knights in a hastily switched fixture after Sidmouth’s home pitch was deemed unplayable.

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