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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.

Sidmouth at home against Galmpton. Ref shsp 4984-14-15TI. Picture: Terry Ife

Sidmouth Town are on course for their best finish in Division One East after a 2-1 win at Totnes and Dartington.

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

Sidmouth Town Reserves beat Colyton 2-1 in a clash between two sides chasing a top-three finish in Fresha League Division Two.

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After their fine win against Heavitree the previous Saturday, Beer Albion came down to earth with a bang when they slumped to a 2-1 defeat against lowly Willand Rovers Reserves, writes Richard Honour.

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Sidbury United are up to third in the Premier Division table following a 6-0 Wednesday night win over bottom side Budleigh Salterton Reserves.

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SIDMOUTH Town manager Josh Stunell faced a dilemma picking a side for Saturday’s derby date with Budleigh Salterton after a battling performance against Galmpton the previous time out.

THE first league meeting between Newton Poppleford and Sidmouth Town Reserves since the 1980s ended in a comprehensive 6-1 win for the depleted Vikings, writes Simon Hudson.

WHAT a month March was for Sidmouth Town 3rd XI, who won every game they played in the league – and climbed to fourth in the Division Eight table.

Warriors quickly back with a win

Sunday, April 5, 2015

SIDMOUTH Warriors got over a disappointing 3-2 defeat by Central City to beat the Exeter club’s stablemates City United 4-0.

SIDMOUTH Raiders U12s won 3-1 at a wet and windy Dawlish.

DUNKESWELLL Rovers’ double-header weekend didn’t go according to plan.

Fishermen worried about drop fight

Saturday, April 4, 2015

Beer Albion look like being sucked into a Premier Division relegation dogfight following their 4-2 defeat away to Newtown on Saturday, writes Richard Honour.

Hippos charge on at top of Division One

Saturday, April 4, 2015

CHRIS Long took his goal tally to eight in ten games as Honiton Town beat University 7-2 in Division One.

Honiton U12s knew they were in for a tough match in the return home fixture against Cheriton Fitzpaine after beating the same opposition in their previous outing.

SEATON Town U13s turned in one of the best performances of the season in some of the worst conditions they have encountered to win 3-1 at Okehampton Argyle.

HONITON Devils U11s piled the pressure on in the latter stages, but were unable to avoid a 2-1 defeat by Central Redstar.

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.

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.

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.

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