Rugby

Friday, April 24, 2015

Honiton Community College student Charlie Wright has just returned to East Devon having played for the England Under-16 rugby team who dealt Wales a heavy 34-0 defeat.

Sidmouth under U16's at home to Brixham. Ref shsp 5669-16-15TI. Picture: Terry Ife

The day after a friendly match at Blackmore against a touring team from Gordano, a depleted Sidmouth Under-16 squad headed off to Okehampton where they battled well before succumbing to a 26-19 reversal, writes Daryl Pearce

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Sidmouth Quins last game of the season proved to be a game of two halves Newton Abbot winning the first at a canter, forward power paving the way scoring at regular intervals, Sidmouth the second with some expansive rugby.

Exmouth took on Weston at the Imperial Ground on Saturday. Ref exsp 3548-17-15SH. Picture: Simon Horn

Exmouth’s reward for their bonus point success over Weston-super-Mare is a home tie in the play-off.

Sidmouth Colts won 26-22 at Kingsbridge in a game of high intensity rugby.

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Touring side Cirencester were part of the package deal and showed Sidmouth a thing or two.

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Sidmouth U6s and U7s sent a contingent of four teams to Exmouth for a three-way meet up with the host club and touring side Cirencester.

Sidmouth U15 girls at Minehead

Try-mendous! Sidmouth’s Under-15 girls’ team came home from the Minehead Festival as age-group champions.

Sidmouth Quins suffer last gasp try woe

Thursday, April 16, 2015
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A breakaway try in the final few minutes of the match sent Sidmouth to a 29-25 defeat at Bideford.

Sidmouth V Honiton rugby. Ref shsp 2925-14-15AW. Picture: Alex Walton

Sidmouth bring the curtain down on their league campaign this Saturday (April 18) when they entertain Penryn.

Sidmouth under U16's at home to Brixham. Ref shsp 5661-16-15TI. Picture: Terry Ife

Sidmouth U16s were pipped by the post in their meeting with Brixham on the Blackmore

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FORWARD power paved the way for Wellington to beat Sidmouth 27-15 for the bonus point win that ensures they avoid relegation.

Sidmouth cashing in on World Cup

Sunday, April 5, 2015

SIDMOUTH are Rugby World Cup winners – and the tournament doesn’t start for months.

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HONITON U11s tuned up for the looming Devon Festival with a 35-15 win over visiting Wellington in a mud bath.

HONITON defeated Ivybridge 45-26 in an end-to-end encounter that takes them one step closer to the Devon Colts final at Sandy Park next month, writes Paul Parratt.

Away form needs to improve next term

Friday, April 3, 2015

HONTON went down 20-5 away to Hayle in a Cornwall & Devon Division mid-table non-event between two teams already sure of staying up, writes Roger Dance.

Chard put up better show after interval

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Chard upped their game in the second half against Hornets to avoid what looked like a drubbing.

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Honiton Tigers U8s took a squad of ten players to Exeter Saracens on Sunday and produced some decent rugby to claim two wins, a draw and a defeat in the four matches they played.

Honiton safe from relegation worries

Thursday, March 26, 2015
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Honiton achieved a dramatic last-gasp win on Saturday to secure their survival in the Cornwall & Devon Division for another season, writes Roger Dance.

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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

Action from Sidmouth Under-15s versus Stonehouse

Sidmouth Under-15s went down 27-19 in a re-arranged Plate quarter-final tie at Stonehouse, writes Chris Woodruf.

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Sidmouth Under-14s produced a magnificent all-round performance to book a place in the Devon final this season thanks to a 36-15 semi-final success over Devonport Services.

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.

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‘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

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

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.

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