Football

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Sidbury United completed their season in superb fashion with victory in the Morrison Bell Cup, writes Steve Birley.

Axminster Town's new home at Tiger Way

Axminster Town are preparing for one of the biggest nights in their history when they stage the first ever floodlit game at their new Tiger Way home this Friday night (May 22).

Sidmouth Wariors

Jamie Pitter scored a hat-trick as Sidmouth Warriors defeated Millwey Rise 3-1 at Exeter City’s St James’ Park ground in the final of the Exeter & District Youth League U9s’ Cup final, writes Christopher Elsom.

Topsham Town V Sidbury United. Ref shsp 1613-12-15AW. Picture: Alex Walton

Sidbury United booked a place in next Tuesday night’s Morrison Bell Cup final when they beat Upottery 2-0 on Wednesday night at Washbrook Meadow, Ottery St Mary.

Sidmouth Town 2nds at home to Newtown 2nds. Ref shsp 5450-16-15TI. Picture: Terry Ife

Sidmouth Town saw their season end in disappointment with a 2-1 defeat to Feniton in a Morrison Bell Cup semi-final played at Washbrook Meadow, Ottery St Mary.

Ottery St Mary Under-13s won the Exeter and District Youth League Plate final at St James Park, Exeter.

Topsham Town V Sidbury United. Ref shsp 1677-12-15AW. Picture: Alex Walton

Sidbury United finished the Fresha League Premier Division season in a top four berth and that, for a side playing at the top level for the very first time, represents an excellent campaign.

Sidmouth Towns South West Peninsula League Eastern Division season may be over, but the Manstone Lane men still have work to do with a visit to Ottery St Mary on Tuesday night (May 12).

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Watched by a crowd of 200 spectators, Beer Albion and Seaton Town shared the points in a hard-fought Fresha League Premier Division local derby on bank holiday Monday, writes Richard Honnor.

Sidmouth Raiders Under-15s suffered all sorts of emotions on the final day of their Exeter and District League season before discovering – via a supporter – that results else where meant they would start next season still in Division One.

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Sidbury United had their hopes of a Fresha League top flight top three finish ended after a Wednesday night 3-1 defeat to Bow AAC.

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Sidmouth third team ended the season on a high note as they scored a late winner to bank the points on their visit to Bampton.

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Sidmouth Raiders Under-12s ended their Exeter and District Youth League campaign with a terrific all-round display that saw them win 6-0 at local rivals West Hill Wasps.

Fluxton celebrate Fresha League promotion and the Division Five title

Fluxton have been crowned Fresha League Division Five champions after they triumphed 6-0 at Sandford in their final game of the league campaign.

Beer Albion slipped into the bottom three of the Fresha Premier League when they went down 4-2 at home to Chard Reserves at a damp and misty Furzebrake on Saturday, writes Richard Honnor.

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Sidmouth Town Under-15s ended their Exeter and District Youth League season in some style as they won 5-3 at Stoke Hill.

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Another Exeter and District Youth League season has come to an end and so how did local teams fare over the course of the eight month campaign?

Sidmouth Town Raiders Under-13s

Sidmouth Raiders Under-13s completed their Exeter and District Youth League season with a narrow 5-3 defeat to Westexe Wolves.

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Fluxton can clinch the Division Five title on Saturday if they beat Sandford in their final game of the season.

Sidmouth 2nds at home to Culm. Ref shsp 6000-17-15TI. Picture: Terry Ife

Three wins in eight days over Newton Poppleford, Culm United and Cullompton have moved Sidmouth Town Reserves up to second place in Division Two.

Sidmouth at home against Galmpton. Ref shsp 4976-14-15TI. Picture: Terry Ife

Sidmouth Town manager Josh Stunnell warned his team to watch out for Newton Spurs striker Adam Dyson – and for 87 minutes they did.

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Sidmouth Warriors Under-11s made sure of another season in the top division when they bagged a brace of wins over Honiton Devils and Copplestone Cobras.

Axminster Town are seeking a new manager to lead them into next season at their new Tiger Way home.

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Beer Reserves completed their league programme with a stirring 2-1 victory over Fresha Division Six table-toppers Kentisbeare, writes Richard Honnor.

Topsham Town V Sidbury United. Ref shsp 1613-12-15AW. Picture: Alex Walton

A win and a draw in the space of four days have kept Sidfbury United on course for second place in the Fresha League Premier Division.

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