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Sidmouth Town against Teignmouth. Ref shsp 16-17TI 9590. Picture: Terry Ife

Sidmouth Town Reserves defeated leaders Exmouth Amateurs 3-1 to go second in the Division One table.

Sidmouth Raiders Under-11s were on their travels again on Saturday, when they took on a well organised Exeter Panthers side at Bettysmead.

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Sidmouth Warriors Under 10s bagged a win double from meetings with Honiton Hornets and CS Lions.

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Sidmouth Town suffered a fourth straight defeat when a lacklustre performance led to them being beaten 3-1 by visiting Crediton United.

Ottery were at home to Alphington at the weekend. Ref shsp 16-16AW 2854. Picture: Alex Walton

A comfortable 2-0 home win saw Ottery St Mary put breathing space between themselves and Alphington 3rds in the Fresha Division Five table.

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Sidmouth dipped to a third successive defeat when they went down 3-2 at Alphington.

Sidmouth 2nds were home to Colyton at the weekend. Ref shsp 13-16AW 2255. Picture: Alex Walton

Sidmouth Town Reserves got back to winning ways with an 8-0 success at Budleigh Salterton Reserves.

Newton Poppleford enjoyed a terrific week and are now one point away from securing their Fresha League Division Three status for another season.

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Sidmouth Raiders Under-11s were 1-0 winners when they visited Colyton for their latest match.

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Sidmouth CC went down in their pre-season 50-over Fortfield meeting with Bath CC.

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Don’t miss your chance to spend an evening with five of the legendary names in the history of Tottenham Hotspur Football Club.

Beer Albion notched their sixth league win of the season with a 2-1 victory against fifth placed Elmore at the Furzebrake on Saturday, writes Richard Honnor.

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Beer Albion are urgently seeking a new manager for next season, writes Richard Honnor.

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Sidmouth Town Reserves saw any lingering hopes of bagging a top three Fresha League One berth and with it promotion to the top flight of local league football when they went down 5-2 at Witheridge.

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Sidmouth Warriors Under-13s were 10-1 winners when they took on Copplestone United in an Exeter and District Youth League game.

Football goalnet. Ref shsp 7216-33-15SH. Picture: Simon Horn

Sidmouth thirds moved ever closer to promotion from Fresha League Eight with a 6-1 home win over Ashwater and then made it a double delight weekend with a 2-0 Sunday, Golesworthy Cup success over Dunkeswell Rovers.

Sidmouth Under-14s were 3-2 winners when they met BK United in their latest Exeter and District Youth League Division Three match.

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A Billy Rouse goal gave Sidmouth Town a share of the spoils in their midweek South West Peninsula League Eastern Division meeting with hosts Axminster Town.

Sidmouth Town moved into the last four of the Morrison Bell Cup with a terrific display to beat an in-form Feniton who, the day before, had beaten Fresha League Premier Division table-toppers Newtown.

Sidmouth Town increased their winning run to four matches as they brushed aside the challenge of Bovey Tracey, beating the South Devon side 3-1.

Axminster Town versus Galmpton United action

There’s a cracking East Devon derby on offer tonight (Wednesday) at Tiger Way, Axminster.

Beer Albion first team before their East Devon derby meeting with Honiton. Back row (left to right): Nick Driver (linesman), Chris Bowles, Jacob Clode, Kieran Love, Michael Westlake, Joe Adkin, Chris Long, Josh Harrison, Shaun Denslow, Ross Moughton. Front row (left to right): Richard Walker(Player-Manager), Ben Vine, Callum Gribble, Sam Phillips (captain), Sam White, Tom Neale.

Beer Albion were outgunned 3-0 by a strong Honiton side on Saturday at the Furzebrake writes Richard Honnor.

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Sidmouth Town travel to Bovey Tracey tomorrow (Saturday), looking to record a fourth successive victory.

Sidmouth Town Reserves saw a couple of precious Fresha League Division one points lost as they were held to a 2-2 draw by a Colyton side they had beaten just seven days before.

SiSidmouth Town claimed a third successive victory with a Good Friday 2-1 triumph in an East Devon derby at Budleigh Salterton.

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