Ottery St Mary continued their affair with the Golesworthy Cup as the holders eased their way into the last eight of this year’s competition with a 2-0 success at Dunkeswell Rovers.
Sidmouth Warriors Under-11s were in fine form as they defeated Okehampton 4-0 at their Simmons Park home.
Sidmouth Town Reserves were beaten 4-2 by Witheridge Reserves when the sides met at Manstone Lane to contest Macron League One points.
Ottery St Mary are in Grandisson Cup action tonight (Thursday) when they entertain Feniton Reserves at Washbrook Meadow with a 7pm kick-off.
Beer Albion enjoyed a comfortable 4-0 victory over bottom-of-the-table Bow at the Furzebrake, with striker Chris Long scoring all four goals, writes Richard Honnor.
Tipton St John entertain Lympstone in a Macron League Division Two game on Saturday (February 18).
Jamie Newbery returns to the Sidmouth Town squad for the trip to Teignmouth Town on Saturday (February 18).
Ottery St Mary claimed a first clean sheet away success of the Macron League Division Four season, winning 2-0 at St Martins, and it could not have come at a more opportune time!
Sidmouth Warriors Under-13s were only able to field a bare 11 for their Exeter and District Youth League meeting with Okehampton Argyle.
Tickets are now available for an evening with former Arsenal and England legend Kenny Sansom, titled ‘The good, the bad, the ugly’, writes Scott Palfrey.
Sidmouth Warriors Under-11s were 4-1 winners when they travelled to Exeter to take on Pink Panthers in an Exeter and District Youth League meeting.
At the recent meeting of the Exeter and District Youth League the draws were made for the semi-finals of the age group league cup competitions.
After their home set-back against high-flying Elmore last week, Beer Albion got back to winning ways with a 2-1 victory away at Exmouth Amateurs on Saturday, writes Richard Honnor.
Ottery St Mary head for St Martins on Saturday (February 11) for what is a ‘must win’ game.
Ottery St Mary snatched victory from the jaws of defeat as two goals inside the final five minutes of their Macron League Division Four meeting with Uplowman gave them all three points.
Ottery St Mary’s current away record is on course to be their poorest in recent seasons.
Beer Albion suffered only their second defeat in nine matches when they went down 2-0 to third-in-the-table Elmore, writes Richard Honnor.
Beer Albion Groundsman Peter Adkin has received the prestigious Groundsman of the Year award from the Devon County Football Association writes Richard Honnor.
Sidmouth Warriors Under-11s were one of the lucky ones in terms of getting action last Saturday, managing to play against North Tawton on a near perfect Scout Field pitch.
Sidmouth Warriors enjoyed a brace of clean sheet victories in their latest Exeter and District Youth League matches.
Sidmouth Town were involved in an extraordinary game when they visited Bovey Tracey to contest three league points.
Sidmouth Town thirds were 5-1 winners when they journeyed to Starcross to take on Macron League Division Seven basement boys HT Dons.
Sidmouth Raiders Under-13s were in clinical goal-scoring mood when they travelled to Exeter to meet a Whipton Youth side they beat 9-1.
Ottery St Mary dropped two more points when they drew 2-2 at Macron League Division Four basement side Sampford Peverell.
Sidmouth Raiders Under-12s are keen to record sincere and grateful thanks to Andrea Gosling and Forest Glade Holiday Park for providing them with some super sponsorship.
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