Thursday, December 18, 2014

Newton Poppleford finally tasted victory after more than 40 games without success, winning 3-2 at home to Topsham Town Reserves a fortnight ago, writes Jordan Cooper.

Beer sunk at home by the Thors

Wednesday, December 17, 2014
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Thorverton completed a Premier League double over Beer Albion beating the Fishermen 1-0 at The Furzebrake, writes Richard Honnor.

Exeter City not in need of PFA loan

Monday, December 15, 2014
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Exeter City Football Club has announced that, owing to a variety of reasons, the need to secure a loan from the PFA to assist cash-flow over the short term will not now be necessary, writes Richard Dorman.

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Feniton Under-14s were indebted to hot-shot striker Chris Badcott who scored all five of his teams goals as they recovered from five down early in the second half of their Acland Park meeting with Honiton to earn a draw in a thrilling 5-5 draw.

Sidbury played host to local rivals Seaton. Ref shsp 8774-48-14TI Picture: Terry Ife

Sidbury head for a meeting with Newtown on Saturday (December 13) looking for a win that could push them into a top three berth in the Fresha League top flight table.

The match at the Woodspring Stadium has been postponed.

Ottery St Mary Under-13s were very good value for a 2-1 Exeter and District Youth League success at Alphington United.

Two goals inside the last ten minutes denied Ottery St Mary Under-16s a first win of the season.

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Ottery St Mary Under-9s were engaged in a couple of tough encounters from which they can count themselves unfortunate not to have emerged with something more than a point to show for their considerable efforts in both games.

Sidmouth Town welcome Totnes and Dartington at the start of the match. Ref shsp 8403-47-14TI Picture: Terry Ife

Sidmouth Town came back from two goals down to claim a share of the spoils in a 2-2 draw at Liverton but the Vikings faithful will have journeyed home from South Devon feeling their side could, indeed should, have had more to show for another afternoon of dominance in front of the opposition goal, but without making their superiority tell.

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Sidmouth Warriors Under-8s worked tirelessly throughout the team as they went down 5-0 to a strong and well-organised Brixington Blues.

Sidmouth Town 3rds against local rivals Ottery St Mary 2nds. Ref shsp 9537-50-14TI. Picture: Terry Ife.

Sidmouth thirds claimed a third win of the Fresha League season when they defeated Ottery St Mary 2-1.

Sidmouth Town Reserves were worthy 5-3 winners when they travelled to meet Newtown Reserves, but they had to come from behind before sealing their latest Fresha League success.

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Jonny Dunn scored twice as Sidmouth Under-16s kept up their Exeter and District Youth League title bid with a convincing 6-1 home win over Pinhoe Gladiators.

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Sidmouth Raiders Under-13s continued their splendid form this season with a 2-1 win away at CS Lions, writes Simon James

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Sidmouth Under-9s Raiders and Warriors entertained Mid Devon teams Moors Youth and CS Lions at St John’s School, writes Keith Pulman.

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Sidmouth Warriors Under-10s shared two goals with ‘in-house’ club mates Sidmouth Raiders, writes Chris Roberts

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Sidmouth Under-15s were edged out 5-3 in an entertaining meeting with Stoke Hill at their Hamlin Lane, Exeter home.

East Devon Grecians

An 87th minute Christian Ribeiro equaliser earned the Grecians a point, and prevented Burton Albion from claiming joint-top position in League Two with Wycombe Wanderers last weekend, writes Gareth Hughes.

Beer Reserves were beaten 2-0 by Fresha League Division Six leaders, unbeaten Ottery St Mary.

Beer’s mid-table clash with Newtown proved to be a very close affair in front of another good crowd at the Furzebrake with both side staking something for their considerable effort sin a 2-2 draw, writes Roger Hoare.

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Sidmouth Warriors and Raiders Under-9s travelled to Exeter for their latest Exeter and District Youth League games.

Sidmouth Town at home to Totnes and Dartington. Ref shsp 8408-47-14TI Picture: Terry Ife

Sidmouth Town Reserves maintained their fine form with a 3-1 win at Culm United.

Sidmouth Town at home to Totnes and Dartington. Ref shsp 8419-47-14TI Picture: Terry Ife

Manstone Lane was once again the scene of goals-a-plenty, but, unfortunately for the home faithful, it was visitors University who did all the scoring as the students eased their way to a 5-0 success against the nine-man Vikings, writes Steve Birley.

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Sidmouth Town Under-14s were edged out by the odd goal in seven in a nail-biting encounter, writes Mike Garrick.

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Sidmouth Raiders Under-11s bagged three well earned points from their Exeter and District Youth League meeting with Twyford at a sun-kissed Newton Poppleford.

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