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Sidmouth entertained a team of four rinks from Seaton in a friendly match, writes Carol Smith.

On a lovely sunny evening in Sidmouth our ladies played their second game in the National Top Club Competition, writes Carol Smith.

The Devon Petanque League has reached the halfway stage in what has been a topsy-turvy season so far, writes Chris Bigmore.

Sidmouth men were edged out in their second Devon County Trophy League match against Seaton, writes Carol Smith.

Sidmouth hosted the Section Three Over-55s Senior Devon County Fours, writes Carol Smith.

It was another great week in the Ottery St Mary Over-60s League teams with all four sides winning their respective matches for the second successive week, writes Michael Smith.

A member of Ottery St Mary Bowling Club has just been awarded his England international cap, writes Michael Smith.

Sidmouth ladies had a Tuesday encounter with great friends, and neighbours, Madeira in a Grace Matthews TopClub competition fixture, writes Carol Smith.

Sidmouth once again played host to this year’s Men’s Devon President, Mike Birch, writes Carol Smith.

A Sidmouth four were edged out in the Section Three B final of the County Fours competition when they lost to a Madeira quartet on Wednesday evening, writes Carol Smith.

In the Over-60s League, Sidmouth A made it four wins out of five and that has seen them climb to second place in the table, writes Carol Smith.

Sidmouth Blues have been out of luck in their latest Over-50s League matches, writes Carol Smith.

Whilst many of the Sidmouth Running Club’s women were taking a deep breath after their stellar efforts in the Women Can marathon, one of the men decided it was time to test himself, writes Monica Read.

Sidmouth bowlers emerged as winners when they entertained Plymouth Retired Civil Servants, writes Carol Smith.

The men’s Top Club competition is the same format as the ladies event, played as a knock-out competition over five disciplines; the two-wood singles, four-wood singles, pairs, triples and rinks (fours), writes Carol Smith.

The Ottery ladies started the week playing host to Sidmouth Blue in the LOFTL, writes Michael Smith.

Last Thursday, on a very cool late afternoon, a Sidmouth ladies’ trio went off to Seaton to contest the Section 3B final of the County Triples, writes Carol Smith.

There were just two games for the Ottery St Mary teams in the Exeter and District Over-60s League last week, writes Michael Smith.

After the thunder and lightning storm on Saturday night, the next morning saw the first round of the drawn mixed pairs knockout competition, writes Carol Smith.

Sidmouth men’s B team entertained Heavitree C in their latest Exeter and District Over-60s League match, writes Carol Smith.

Last Sunday saw Sidmouth Running Club’s (SRC) women out in force for the Women Can marathon, a women-only marathon and relay event for runners and Nordic walkers, writes Monica Read.

On a beautiful sunny morning, Sidmouth ladies travelled to Teignmouth to meet Bitton Park in the Devon Interclub competition, writes Carol Smith.

An Ottery St Mary couple are celebrating the fact that both have been called up for national duty with the England short mat bowls team, writes Jac Bevan

Ottery St Mary were emphatic winners when they made the short trip to Honiton for a Devon Petanque League encounter of the ‘local derby kind’, writes John Thatcher.

In the LNBTL competition, the Ottery ladies suffered a double defeat last week, writes Michael Smith.

The past two Sundays have seen Ottery St Mary Bowling Club play host to the County John’s Squad Day. This is where the Devon Ladies’ squad is chosen for the coming season’s matches, writes Michael Smith.

Sidmouth Runners were out in force last weekend knocking out the miles in a variety of Westcountry locations, writes Monica Read.

Well, what a wonderful day Saturday was, writes Carol Smith.

The last two hot sunny weekends have seen Sidmouth’s runners out competing in force in a range of distances, writes Monica Read.

This week saw the start of many leagues, together with county and national competitions, writes Carol Smith.

Sidmouth ladies played at home against Topsham Bowls Club in the National Topclub on Monday evening, writes Carol Smith.

The Ottery St Mary bowls week started with another visit from West Midlands Police Bowls, writes Michael Smith.

East Devon’s young drag racing ace Baxter Williams has been in recent action in Wales.

The first major open tournament of the season in the region is the Charity Shield, hosted annually since 1999 at Ottery St Mary.

The Mighty Green Ambassador Awards are open to all members of the club, writes Debbie Marriott.

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