Football

Sidmouth Raiders U13s enjoyed an 8-0 victory in their match against Colyton U13 Rebels on Saturday.

Sidmouth Town Reserves continue to be one of just two sides to be unbeaten away from home in this season’s Macron League Division One campaign – then other side is Colyton – after a 3-1 win at Alphington Reserves.

Taking pride of place is the first team after they defeated Teignmouth 2-1 at Manstone Lane.

East Devon’s four South West Peninsula League Eastern Division teams are all in action today (November 18) with two at home and two on the road.

Sidmouth Town manager Josh Stunell became his side’s seventh different goalkeeper this season when he took to the pitch to take over from the red carded Dan Stapleton in the game at Liverton United.

Sidmouth thirds travelled to Cranbrook on the back of a five match-winning run that had propelled them to the higher reaches of the Macron League Division Six table.

Sidmouth Warriors Under-15s marched into the next round of the Exeter and District Youth League Plate competition with an 8-3 win over Dawlish.

Sidmouth Warriors Under-14s were 4-2 winners when they contested an Exeter and District Youth League Division Two local derby against West Hill Wasps.

Ottery St Mary head for Sandford on Saturday, looking to bounce back from another disappointing home result, but are boosted by the return of the latest Player of the Month winner, full back Aiden Davey and right winger Callum Hutchings for the trip to Mid Devon.

Sidmouth Town manager Josh Stunell became his side’s seventh different goalkeeper this season when he took to the pitch to take over from the red carded Dan Stapleton in the game at Liverton United.

Sidmouth fourths were excellent value for what was ultimately a 3-3 draw in a Macron League Division Eight top-of-the-table clash with Thorverton Reserves.

Amateur sports teams who need a helping hand in looking after their pitch have until the end of November to make their application to win £3,000 worth of grounds maintenance machinery.

Sidmouth Warriors Under-12s entertained a Crediton Youth side that they shared the spoils with, a 1-1 draw seeing Warriors move up to fourth in the table.

On a muddy Wingfield Park pitch, used earlier in the day by an Under-9 side, Sidmouth Town Reserves produced arguably their best footballing performance of the season as they shared six goals with hosts Heavitree United.

Sidmouth Raiders Under-14s powered into the last eight of the Exeter and District Youth League KO Cup after an 8-2 victory over Whipton Youth.

Ottery St Mary winger Callum Hutchins has more reason than many of his team mates to be looking forward to the swift return meeting with priory at Washbrook Meadow tomorrow (Saturday).

Sidmouth Town manager Josh Stunell was left wondering what he had done to upset the footballing gods when, on Wednesday night under the Manstone Lane floodlights, he saw his side concede a 93rd minute goal in what had been a one-sided affair with Axminster Town that ended 2-2.

Ottery St Mary entertain Priory tomorrow (Saturday) in a Macron League Division Three contest at Washbrook Meadow (2.15pm) when they will seek to complete a quick-fire double having beaten the same team in Exeter last Saturday.

Budleigh Salterton ladies were 6-2 winners when they entertained Plainmoor ladies for what was a terrific Westward Developments Devon Women’s League match, writes SpursTom.

Sidmouth Town 4ths sit proudly top of the Macron League Division Eight table after they beat the team that sat top before kick-off, Cheriton Fitzpaine, beating the Cherries 2-1, and on their own turf too.

Beer Albion welcomed Devon and Exeter Premier League new boys Cronies at home on Saturday and came out with a creditable 1-1 draw in a thoroughly entertaining match, writes Richard Honnor.

Sidmouth Town scored three goals in an away league game for the third time this season and, just as had been the case on the previous two occasions, they ended the game not winning as they went down 4-3 at basement dwellers Galmpton and Roselands.

Sidmouth Town Reserves booked a last 16 berth in the Devon Senior Cup thanks to a 4-2 Manstone Lane victory over Newton Poppleford.

Otters boss craving clean sheets

Friday, November 3, 2017

Ottery St Mary head for Exeter tomorrow (Saturday) and a Macron League Division Three meeting with Priory, looking to bounce back to winning ways following last Saturday’s 3-1 home defeat at the hands of Royal Oak.

Freeman at the double in Tipton triumph

Thursday, November 2, 2017

Tipton St John sit this Saturday’s Macron League matchday out – as they always do – for many of the team are actively involved in the famous Ottery Tar Barrels event.

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