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The Honiton Netball Winter League is underway after 12 out of the 20 affiliated teams played their first match on the third Monday of September, writes Steph Upson.

Saturday morning saw sun shining down on Sidmouth Bowls Club and the steward was hard at work putting out all the equipment for that afternoon’s game against the men from Beaufort Ebbw Vale - a Welsh touring team, writes Susie Bonnell.

What a difference a day makes – especially to us bolwing folk, writes Susie Bonnell.

In the final week of the summer season, Ottery played their last friendly at home to Brixham, writes Michael Smith.

Sidmouth runners have been out participating in a range of shorter, but nonetheless, challenging events recently, writes Monica Read.

East Devon motor racing ace Harry Tincknell finished seventh at the Six Hours of the Circuit of the Americas, cutting down the #67 car’s lead in the FIA World Endurance Championship that he shares with teammate Andy Priaulx.

Sidmouth ladies see off visiting Phear Park

Saturday, September 16, 2017

Thursday, September 7, saw local bowlers from Phear Park in Exeter visit Sidmouth Bowling Club for a friendly game of four mixed teams of triples, writes Susie Bonnell.

On Monday, September 11, Sidmouth Bowling Club’s chairman, Peter Mison, had the privilege of handing over a cheque to Gill Ryall, the CEO of Sidmouth Hospiscare, for £1,300, writes Susie Bonnell.

After the success of last year’s popular Bicton Cross Country Duathlon the multi-terrain event is to be repeated in October- with the addition of a 3k fun run and bike skills session for children.

Following a scorching bank holiday, two Sidmouth runners braved driving rain, headwinds and slippery paths for the challenging City to Sea Marathon the following weekend, writes Monica Read.

An Ironman race is broadly recognised as one of the ultimate endurance events in the world. It comprises of a 2.4-mile swim, followed by a 112-mile bike ride and finally a 26.2-mile marathon run.

reat Western took the honours in the annual inter-regional match against Devon, played at the Isca Centre, Exeter, writes Chris Bigmore.

As the 2017 summer comes to an end, Sidmouth Running Club members have been posting the last few ‘Mighty Green At Large’ photos on the club’s website, writes Monica Read.

Sidmouth ladies sent three teams of triples across to Budleigh for the final game of the 2017 outdoor season, writes Susie Bonnell.

Sidmouth Bowling Club enjoyed clement weather for the 2017 Club Finals which took place between Friday and Monday – with the plan always being to ‘miss out’ any Sunday action – a terrific decision given the wall-to-wall rain that fell that day, writes Susie Bonnell.

Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey Club are hoping for success for its nine senior league teams and 10 junior teams this coming season, writes Jack Ellison.

Sidmouth Running Club had a number of members in action in the Mighty Green at the Lustleigh Show 10k race that was held on bank holiday Monday, writes Monica Read.

In the LOFTL, Ottery ladies enjoyed a close three shot win against Honiton, writes Michael Smith.

Sidmouth Bowling Club has seen yet another busy week in the summer schedule, writes Susie Bonnell.

Sidmouth Bowling Club held their annual Charity Coffee morning on bank holiday Monday, writes Susie Bonnell.

Sidmouth Running Club members Polly Walton and Tim Swarbrick braved the scorching bank holiday weekend sun to deliver great runs in the 10th Jurassic Coast 10k, both finishing inside the hour despite the heat and a hilly course, writes Monica Read.

Sidmouth’s Bill Valentine was in road race action at the weekend as he competed in the Dartmouth Regatta five mile meeting.

Sidmouth Badminton Club return to action on Wednesday September 6, for what all connected with the club hope will be another enjoyable and successful campaign, writes Grace Williams.

Last weekend saw the culmination of the Ottery St Mary Bowls Club internal competitions, writes Michael Smith.

East Devon-based N1 Tri Club had a number of athletes involved in the thick of the action in Copenhagen, Denmark.

What a busy week again for all concerned at Sidmouth Bowling Club, writes Susie Bonnell.

Sidmouth Bowling Club is opening their doors at 10am on bank holiday Monday (August 28) to host a Charity Morning Bonanza, writes Susie Bonnell.

The summer holidays are over and the visitors have gone home, writes Jenny Uren.

This years’ Devon Petanque Doubles Championship was held in fine weather at Ottery St Mary’s Strawberry Lane Terrain, and as normal the hospitality was good -but it didn’t extend to the play as teams from the host club took both trophies on offer!, writes Chris Bigmore.

Ottery St Mary ladies were edged out in their LOFTL meeting with Sidmouth Blue, writes Michael Smith.

Sidmouth bowlers were all so looking forward to the much-anticipated Lady Captain’s Day event at the club, writes Susie Bonnell.

An Ottery team returned from a trip to Mid Devon to contest a competition as the overall winners, writes Michael Smith.

Sidmouth Bowls Club are opening their indoor rinks for a new season of indoor bowling on Sunday (August 20).

Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey Club (SOHC) are getting ready to welcome in a new season.

Ottery St Mary had no joy in back-to-back meetings with Feniton, writes Michael Smith.

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