Sidmouth Under-7s followed the same route they had taken seven days before to return to Exmouth for more action.
Sidmouth Under-8s took three teams for their second meeting with Exmouth in as many weeks.
Sidmouth Under-16s experienced a case of missed opportunities as they slipped to a 22-19 defeat ay home to Okehampton.
Sidmouth Under-13s were 38-26 winners in an entertaining contest at South Molton.
Sidmouth Under-11s were involved in a ‘try fest’ when they met Exmouth.
Sidmouth Under-10s impressed in two meeting with Exmouth.
Sidmouth Under-15 girls were convincing winners when they entertained Kingsbridge.
The much anticipated return to action of a Sidmouth RFC third XV took place on a late January soft surface at Crediton where the Chiefs met the Mid Devon club’s third XV, writes Ian West.
Teignmouth turned on the forward power, in the second half of a rearranged league game to defeat Sidmouth 36-7, to confirm their credentials as promotion contenders, but the Chiefs gave them a fright in the first 40 minutes, writes Terry O’Brien.
Sidmouth third XV team are looking to arrange another fixture with a local club’s third team before the end of the season.
Sidmouth Rugby Club invite members and non-members to watch the Six Nations opening match between Wales and England (Friday, February 6), in the atmosphere of the clubhouse, writes Terry O’Brien.
Giant killing heroics are all part of the magic that is cup sport.
Sidmouth Under-8s rugby team were in top form when they took part in the three-club meeting with sides from Withycombe and Exmouth, writes Steve Birley.
Sidmouth Under-15s were worthy 31-0 winners when they travelled to Honiton for a Plate Trophy fixture, writes Chris Woodruff.
Sidmouth Quins enjoyed a fine 31-7 win at Paignton in a friendly fixture, writes Robert Baugh.
Sidmouth Chiefs achieved their best win of the season by edging out third placed Truro 26-25 in what was an exciting encounter at the Blackmore Field, writes Terry O’Brien.
Sidmouth Under-10s enjoyed their first action of the new year when they met Withycombe and Honiton.
Withycombe Under-13s were 17-5 winners when they met neighbouring Sidmouth.
It has been an eventful rugby week for yours truly with both my teams winning on the road.
Sidmouth Chiefs produced their best away performance for more than two years to achieve a well-deserved bonus point win at Torquay, writes Terry O’Brien.
Even though Sidmouth Quins came away with a stylish 41-7 Merit Table win at home to Torquay the final result could have been a lot closer, writes Robert Baugh.
A shortage of available pitches meant another trip to Totnes for the Sidmouth Under-15s to see action, and they served up a fine all-round show to defeat the home side 26-12.
Sidmouth Under-13s were dominant throughout their Devon Plate cup tie against Honiton who they defeated 54-07 on their own pitch to book a place in the second round.
Sidmouth RFC are continuing their push towards fielding a regular third XV.
Sidmouth Under-16s were involved in a 12-all draw when they hosted Plymouth Argaum on the Prettejohn pitch at Sidford, writes Daryl Pearce.
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