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A much changed Sidmouth Quins team ended as worthy 21-15 winners when they entertained a large Cullompton squad atthe Blackmore for a keenly fought encounter that saw both sides in contention to bag the victory right up to the final whistle, writes Robert Baugh.

Sidmouth chiefs at home to Devonport services. Ref shsp 2587-07-15TI. Picture: Terry Ife

Sidmouth Chiefs did matched high-flying Exeter Univeristy try for try, buyt ultimately went down 24-17, writes Terry O’Brien.

Sidmouth Under-15s versus Honiton rugby actiion

Sidmouth Under-16s were involved in a real battle against Kingsbridge before slipping to a narrow 15-10 defeat.

Sidmouth's Under-8 rugby festival players

Sidmouth Under-9s won both the matches when they entertained Honiton at Sidford.

Sidmouth's Under-8 rugby festival players

St Johns School played host to the inaugural Sidmouth Under-7 and Under-8 Tag Festival.

Sidmouth Under10s action from their meeting with hosts Bridport

Sidmouth Under-13s were too strong for a plucky and battling Bridport side.

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‘You can please all of the people some of the time and some of the people all the time’ OK, we know where that one’s going.

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A training course for new referees will be held at Cullompton RFC next month, writes Conrad Sutcliffe.

Sidmouth out of County Cup at Teignmouth

Friday, February 20, 2015
Sidmouth chiefs at home to Devonport services. Ref shsp 2565-07-15TI. Picture: Terry Ife

Sidmouth Chiefs travelled to Bitton Park with five changes from the previous game for a Devon Intermediate Cup quarter-final tie that saw them beaten 31-7 by Teignmouth, writes Terry O’Brien.

Sidmouth chiefs at home to Devonport services. Ref shsp 2587-07-15TI. Picture: Terry Ife

Sidmouth Rugby Club are holding another curry and rugby event for the crucial Ireland versus England match on Sunday March 1, writes Terry O’Brien.

Sidmouth Under-8s were down to just six in number for their latest matches which involved a visit by a large contingent of 22 from Topsham.

Sidmouth Under-13s were beaten when they visited Topsham for their latest Sunday morning action.

Exmouth took on Bracknell at the Imperial ground on Saturday. Ref exsp 6607-06-15SH. Photo Simon Horn

Thursday, February 12, was Darwin Day. Renowned scientist Charles Darwin ignited a fire of controversy with intellectuals, scientists and philosophical clerics who continue to debate the merits and doubts surrounding evolution 130 years after his death.

Sidmouth chiefs at home to Devonport services. Ref shsp 2590-07-15TI. Picture: Terry Ife

Sidmouth Under-9s entertained Cullompton at Sidford.

Sidmouth chiefs at home to Devonport services. Ref shsp 2595-07-15TI. Picture: Terry Ife

Last Friday, Sidmouth Rugby Club showed the type of experience the club will be putting on for the community during the Rugby World Cup in the autumn.

Competitors at the start of the Four Trigs Race on Sidmouth Esplanade. Ref shsp 2711-07-15TI. Picture: Terry Ife

Sidmouth went down 33-19 to visiting Devonport Services, writes Terry O’Brien.

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Sidmouth Under-8s took on their counterparts from Cullompton.

Exmouth took on Bracknell at the Imperial ground on Saturday. Ref exsp 6606-06-15SH. Photo Simon Horn

A tough day for Chiefs at Allianz Park on Sunday as an impressive Saracens stormed to a 35-18 victory.

Sidmouth Under-9s

Sidmouth RFC Under-9s hosted a determined Bridport team at Sidford.

Sidmouth Under-10s action against Bridport

Sidmouth Under-10s dominated hosts Bridport from start to finish and recorded two big wins.

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Sidmouth Under-16s gave an excellent account of themselves in what was an intense contest with Brixham that saw the young Chiefs beaten 36-19.

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Sidmouth Under-13 s were beaten 35-26 when they travelled to Somerset to face Taunton.

Sidmouth Chiefs narrowly beat Truro by 26 points to 25. Ref shsp 1180-04-15TI. Picture: Terry Ife

The injury jinx hit Sidmouth Chiefs once again as they lost two forwards in the first 20 minutes of there 22-6 defeat at Wadebridge Camels, writes Terry O’Brien.

Exmouth took on Bracknell at the Imperial ground on Saturday. Ref exsp 6606-06-15SH. Photo Simon Horn

Leonardo da Vinci, hailed by historians as one of the greatest painters of all time is perhaps the most diversely talented person ever to have lived.

Sidmouth Raiders Under13 manager Wade Monaghan, goalkeeper Isaac James and coach Tony West.

Sidmouth Raiders Under-13s powered to a 4-1 victory over Hemyock.

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