Football

The penultimate Saturday of October proved to be a superb one for Sidmouth RFC and FC as both won - and won well. Sidmouth Chiefs became the first team to win at Wellington in just over 18 months while Sidmouth Town booked a berth in the last 16 of their League Cup with a 4-2 Manstone Lane win over Axminster Town.

Sidmouth Town entertain an Axminster Town side today (Saturday) that will have a familiar face in the visiting technical area.

It’s very much a case of ‘opportunity knocks’ for a number of Ottery St Mary footballers tomorrow when the Otters are in Macron League Division Three action away at Tedburn St Mary (3pm.

Sidmouth Town head into Saturday’s Walter C Parsons Funeral Directors Cup at home to Axminster Town with a new management team in the dugout.

Sidmouth Warriors Under-11s were 8-3 winners when they entertained Copplestone in an Exeter and District Youth League game.

Sidmouth Town Reserves made a terrific start to their defence of the Devon Senior Cup when they cruised into the next round after a 6-1 Manstone Lane win over Stoke Gabriel Reserves.

Beer Albion Reserves booked their place in the third round of the Firewatch Devon Senior Cup, with a hard won 2-0 victory over visitors Kingkerswell & Chelston Reserves from the South Devon League, writes Mike Adkin.

Beer Albion slumped to to their fourth league defeat in six starts on Saturday when they were beaten 5-0 by Newtown in the Devon and Exeter League Premier Division, writes Richard Honnor.

Sidmouth Town Under-12s showed their growing spirit by coming from 2-1 down to defeat Heavitree Youth 3-2 with striker James Randall scoring all three of the Town goals, his second successive hat-trick.

Sidmouth Town are reeling from the news that team boss Richard Pears has left Manstone Lane for pastures new.

Sidmouth Town Under-12s have bagged themselves a super sponsorship with support from two local companies, Nanwood and Devon Embroidery.

Sidmouth Town face arguably the ‘biggest’ game in their history to date tomorrow (Saturday) when they travel up the M5 motorway to meet Western League Premier Division outfit Cadbury Heath in the 1st Round proper of the FA Vase, a competition that sees its final played at Wembley Stadium.

Ottery St Mary head into tomorrow’s Devon Senior Cup home tie against Dartmouth United Reserves hoping to launch a run towards county cup glory.

Otterton crashed out of the Bill Slee Cup after a 6-2 defeat at Beer Albion Reserves, writes Andy Mitchell.

Sidmouth Town Reserves were 4-0 winners when they entertained Chard Town Reserves in a Macron League Division One game.

With several key players unavailable through injuries and holidays and with just 11 players and no substitutes travelling, Beer Albion first team expected to be well beaten by Peninsular League Eastern Division outfit St. Martins in the Throgmorton Devon Premier Cup on Saturday, writes Richard Honnor.

Beer Albion Reserves unexpectedly thumped Macron Division Three leaders Otterton 6-2 in the Bill Slee Cup on Saturday, writes Richard Honnor.

Sidmouth Warriors Under-11s were 3-1 winners when they travelled to Mid Devon to take on hosts Culm Sampford Cobras in an Exeter and District Youth League match.

Sidmouth Town game off – new date this Wednesday / Ottery match abandoned / Sidmouth Chiefs win again

Ottery St Mary’s leading scorer Corey Ringer took his tally for the season to eight goals from just seven starts with a hat-trick in the Otters’ 5-1 Macron League Division Three win at Axmouth United.

Sidmouth Town begin a run of three successive Saturdays of cup action when they travel to South Devon to meet a Roselands side that currently props up the WBB (Solicitors) South Devon League Premier Division, to play a Throgmorton Devon Premier Cup tie.

Beer Albion Reserves came back from two goals down to share the points with Clyst Valley Reserves, writes Mike Adkin.

Otterton made it five successive Macron League Division Three wins with a 3-0 success over visiting Tedburn St Mary.

Sidmouth Warriors landed their first win of the new season when they defeated Axminster 4-2.

Beer Albion banked a point from a 2-2 draw on their Macron League Premier Division game at Clyst Valley, writes Richard Honnor.

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