In a needle three-way petanque match against Kernow and Great Western regions, held at the Isca Pétanque club at Whipton in Exeter, Devon’s players recorded a resounding victory, writes Alasdair Paterson.
Round Five of the DKRC 2015 Championship enjoyed glorious sunny weather on the Saturday only to find Race day a slightly damper affair as a downpour made for wet set ups for the first round of heats, writes Jim Bee.
Sidmouth Bowls Club ladies pulled out all the stops to host 48 players and their visitors for the ladies’ Devon County president Margaret Brotheridge and also for Section Three captain, Jacky Howle (also senior vice-president), writes Susie Bonnell.
Sidmouth Bowls Club members were delighted earlier this week when a long-standing member, Tom Forsyth, visited the club for the first time in nearly nine years having suffered a serious stroke, writes Ron Cook.
Kentisbeare-based plumbing and heating engineer Paul Kane started learning to glide at North Hill on February 8, this year and since then has packed in a number of training flights and courses, writes Jill Harmer.
Two more groups, from Ottery St Mary and Whimple scouts enjoyed gliding at North Hill with the Devon and Somerset Glding Club (DSGC) in the past week, and in some glorious evening weather, writes Jill Harmer.
Uplowman strengthened their lead at the top of the Honiton Netball League Pool A with a win over challengers Signs South West to maintain their unbeaten campaign and move four points clear, writes Graham Ingram.
In the Over 60’s league, Sidmouth A team followed up last week’s maximum points with another full house against Topsham to find themselves where they finished last year, top of the pile, writes John Mason.