On the same weekend England played Australia, and Exeter played Harlequins, arguably the main event of the weekend was Sidmouth Rugby Football Club U7s verses Cullompton U7s at the Sidford playing fields, writes Simon Dunstan.
Sidmouth Chiefs produced a tactically assured performance in difficult conditions to achieve their third win of the season, winning 15-5 at Crediton to climb off the bottom of the league table, writes Terry O’Brien
Sidmouth Under-9s locked horns with local rivals Exeter Youth on Sunday morning and produced easily their best display of the season – an achievement they appear to be accomplishing week on week, much to the pleasure of coaches Matt Barrett and Sarah Burston.
Sidmouth Chiefs suffered another defeat, when fellow strugglers Truro managed the conditions better to turn around a half-time deficit on a soggy Blackmore Field before departing with a 23-13 success, writes Terry O’Brien.
Sidmouth Chiefs find themselves at the bottom of the Western Counties West League after a fourth successive league defeat, this time a 27-17 reversal at the hands of hosts Torquay Athletic, writes Terry O’Brien.
Sidmouth RFC welcomed four new life members to their ranks with special presentations made during the Patrons Lunch that was held before the league meeting with Tiverton at the Blackmore, writes Terry O’Brien.
Sidmouth suffered another narrow defeat, beaten 20-18 by visiting Tiverton and that, on top of a five-point deduction for playing an unregistered player, leaves the Chiefs just one place off the bottom of the league table, writes Terry O’Brien.