Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey Club (SOHC) ladies first team suffered cup heart ache as they went out of the Devon Trophy at the semi-final stage, beaten on penalty flicks by Plym Valley at a wet and windy Lipson Community College in Plymouth.
Sidmouth Under-11 Ravens and Under-12 Hawks were in action at the new education campus at Cranbrook for the latest round of matches in the Exeter and East Devon Junior Netball league, writes Louise Hastie.
After a very wet and blustery week leading up to the Four Trigs Challenge, we were granted a dry, although windy, window on Sunday for the 17th running of the very popular, but very hard Four Trigs Challenge, writes Terry Bewes.
Whilst there should have been two Honiton Netball League top division matches played, it was unfortunate that once again Signs South West were unable to fulfil a fixture for the third time this season and so forfeited the game to Sidmouth Toucan Chicks, writes Graham Ingram.
The Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey Club (SOHC) men’s third XI were beaten 9-0 by Minehead, though the score does not reflect the contribution that the SOHC eleven made to the contest. In the second half they gave as good as they got for long periods.
Once again Seaton Park Run proved a popular destination for members of Sidmouth Running Club on a sunny Saturday morning with two of the runners achieving a personal best time over the 5k distance, writes Terry Bewes.
Harry Tincknell recorded an excellent top-five placing in this year’s Rolex 24 At Daytona when the Briton brought his Ford Chip Ganassi Ford GT home fifth in the GT Le Mans category in the twice-around-the-clock race that took place across the final weekend of January.
It was a week of middle order games in Division One of the Honiton Netball League with Otters playing HNC Hot Shots and Sidmouth Toucan Chicks up against Ford and Pentecost Panthers, writes Graham Ingram.
Saturday morning saw 11 Sidmouth Running Club members attending the pre-run briefing at the Highfield Club, Dunkeswell ready for the start of the very popular Blackdown Beast, writes Terry Bewes.Sidmouth