As the Lacemen’s Colts licked their wounds from their recent defeat by a strong Barum outfit, they travelled to Okehampton for a must-win game and produced the goods in a 25-15 result, writes Paz Parratt
Tomorrow (Saturday) Sidmouth Rugby Club will be marking the climax of this season’s exciting Six Nations Championship with a series of events leading up to England match against France, which will decide the outcome of the competition.
‘To be or not to be, that is the question, to be winners or losers, victors or vanquished, champions or merely the supporting cast’. All will be revealed when the 2015 Six Nations Rugby Tournament reaches its climax this coming weekend
The Chiefs have made a speciality of late comebacks this season, but on this occasion they left it too late to catch workman-like Okehampton after a very lacklustre first 50 minutes, writes Terry O’Brien.
Sidmouth Under-16s were edged out 14-10 in a game at Plymouth Argaum that was contested in heavy fog in conditions so heavy that, not too long into the contest, players were unrecognisable owing to the conditions!
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.