Beer Albion’s poor run in the Fresha League Premier Division continued with a woeful display away to high-flying Sidbury United, writes Richard Honnor.
Beer Albion Reserves chalked up their fifth win in six matches with a 3-0 victory over Bradninch at the Furzebrake on Saturday, writes Richard Honnor.
West Hill Wasps Under-15s produced a stunning second half show to defeat Brixington Blues 7-1 when the side’s met in the Exeter and District Youth League.
Beer Reserves continued their good run with a comfortable 3-1 victory over Langdon second team at the Furzebrake, writes Richard Honnor.
Sidmouth Raiders Under-11s produced a superb all-round performance when they shared eight goals with West Exe Youth.
Sidmouth Raiders Under-13s powered their way to a convincing 5-0 win over Beacon Knights with Jack Wilson taking the scoring honours, scoring a hat-trick.
Sidmouth Town suffered a heavy reversal when they travelled to title-chasing Appledore in a South West Peninsula League Eastern Division game.
Sidbury United enjoyed a second successive ‘Perfect Day’ as they won a big Fresha League Premier Division game and rivals dropped points, writes Steve Birley.
Sidmouth third team were good value for a 3-3 draw at Moretonhampstead thirds in a Fresha League meeting.
Beer Albion shared the spoils in a closely-contested local derby at Seaton that ended 1-1, writes Richard Honnor.
With three successive defeats prior to last weekend, City’s previous recent run of good form had surprisingly stuttered to a halt, writes Gareth Hughes.
Sidmouth Raiders Under-13s powered their way to a 5-0 win over Beacon Knights, recording their first clean sheet of the league campaign in the process.
Sidmouth thirds were 3-0 winners when they met Feniton thirds.
A last minute penalty from Frank Long gave Sidmouth Raiders Under-11s a richly deserved share of the spoils from their trip to Exeter to meet West Exe Youth.
Sidmouth Warriors Under-10s were edged out of the Exeter and District League KO Cup by the narrowest of margins when they lost a penalty shoot-out against Whipton.
Sidmouth Raiders took part in the Exeter and District Youth League Under-11 Plate competition.
Ottery St Mary chalked up a 14th victory in 15 Fresha League Division Six matches with a 5-0 triumph at Silverton that sees them now hold a healthy dozen point lead at the top of the table.
Fluxton were not at their best, but were still god enough to despatch Ilminster 6-1 to continue to lead the way at the tip of the Fresha League Division Five table, writes Alex Paget.
Sidmouth Warriors were edged out in a classic Exeter and District Youth League Under-11 KO Cup quarter-final tie, beaten by the odd goal in five by Exmouth United, writes Stuart Saunders.
Sidmouth Warriors powered their way into the last four of the Exeter and District Youth League Under-9 KO Cup with a 5-1 success at Stoke Hill in Exeter,
Sidbury United chalked up a second successive clean sheet success and a third win on the spin as they beat Elmore 2-0 at Byes Lane, writes Steve Birley.
With three defeats in the last four games Exeter City needed to reverse a run of poor results, and last Saturday the Grecians could have easily been 2-0 up in the first 15 minutes against Northampton, writes Gareth Hughes.
Beer Albion went down by the odd goal in five in their latest Fresha League top flight outing, writes Richard Honnor.
Of the five scheduled fixtures in the Westward Developments Women’s Football League, only two survived the weather.
Beer Reserves notched only their second away win of the season with a stirring performance after being twice behind against Exwick Village before winning 4-2, writes Richard Honnor.
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