Sidmouth powering on in Sidmouth Leisure Centre Indoor League

PUBLISHED: 11:54 13 November 2014 | UPDATED: 11:54 13 November 2014

Sidmouth are clear leaders as the halfway mark of the Sidmouth Leisure Centre Indoor League beckons.

Sidmouth have beaten all that have come before them, winning their first six games and they top the table by six points from a trio of teams sharing second place.

The Sidmouth success story began on match day one with an 85-run win over Newton Poppleford. They then beat Tipton St John by five wickets before a similar success over Clyst Hydon. Win number four was a whopping 107-run win over bottom side Honiton and then they beat Clyst St George by 59 runs. Most recently last Sunday, they were five wicket winners over Ottery St Mary.

The Otters sit fourth with four wins and just two defeats. As well as the Sidmouth loss they also went down to Yarcombe and Stockland, but have already beaten Clyst St George, Tipton St John, Newton Poppleford and Honiton.

Table after the Sunday, November 9 matches

P W L Pts

Sidmouth 6 6 0 18

Yarcombe and Stockland 6 4 2 12

Clyst Hydon 5 4 1 12

Ottery St Mary 6 4 2 12

Newton Poppleford 6 2 4 6

Tipton St John 5 2 3 6

Clyst St George 6 1 5 3

Honiton 6 0 6 0

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