Ollie Milton’s hat-trick – his first for the club – helped guide Ottery St Mary Under-13s to a 7-2 Exeter and District Youth League Division One win at Okehampton.

Beer Albion Reserves, sponsored by Edenvale Turf, continued their impressive home form with an exhilarating 6-1 Easter Saturday win over Newton St Cyres, writes Richard Honnor.

A brace from Ben Miller gave Sidmouth a 2-1 over local rivals Budleigh Salterton.

Sidmouth Town head for their second East Devon derby inside four days on Good Friday morning when they travel to Budleigh Salterton.

Despite home advantage, Beer Albion (sponsored by Edenvale Turf) crashed out of the East Devon Senior Cup, losing 6-1 to Exwick Villa in a semi-final tie played at the Furzebrake, writes Richard Honnor.

A round-up of local rugby and football on the second Saturday of April

Ottery St Mary ladies are the toast of the Washbrook Meadow club after a 5-2 home win over Seaton Town ladies.

Sidmouth Town made South West Peninsula League Eastern Division title-chasing Bovey Tracey work mighty hard for what was ultimately a 3-1 Wednesday night home win over the Vikings.

Ottery St Mary play the first of what manager Dave Fairweather describes as ‘four cup finals’, when they entertain Lympstone at Washbrook Meadow tomorrow afternoon (Saturday).

Sidmouth Town Reserves entertain Kentisbeare tomorrow (Saturday) in a Macron League Division One meeting.

Ottery St Mary Under-13s moved into a top three berth in the Exeter and District Youth League with a 6-1 success away at Crediton.

On a bright and breezy spring day, Beer Albion ended a bleak run of nine matches without a win when they defeated Topsham Town 5-2 in the Devon and Exeter Premier Division at the Furzebrake, writes Richard Honnor.

Exeter City star Hiram Boateng is going to be visiting his sponsor, Antonio’s, 9, The Strand, Exmouth, EX81AB on Monday, April 15 from 6.30pm to 7.30pm.

Sidmouth Chiefs win final home league game and so stay top with one more match to play. Sidmouth Town go down at Torridgeside - all the local rugby and football from the first Saturday of April.

Ottery St Mary completed a quick-fire Macron League Division Three double with a 5-3 home win over Sandford.

Sidmouth Town shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw at home to St Martins, but, for joint boss Kevin Tooze, it was most definitely a case of ‘two points dropped’.

A well-taken hat-trick from Finn Upsher and a superb individual goal from Jake Blackmore helped Ottery Under-13s to a hugely impressive 4-0 home victory over Okehampton.

Sidmouth Town Reserves were beaten 3-0 at Lapford in their latest Macron League Division One outing.

Ottery St Mary ladies bring the curtain down on their season this Sunday (April 7) when they enterain Sidmouth Town ladies at Washbrook Meadow (2pm).

Sidmouth Warriors Under-13s were 4-1 winners when they travelled to Seaton Town for an Exeter and District Youth League Division Two clash.

Despite a much-improved performance, Beer Albion’s poor run continued when they went down 3-1 away at Macron League top flight leaders Exwick Villa, writes Richard Honnor.

Sidmouth Town draw at home / Sidmouth Chiefs continue title pursuite with away win / Ottery St Mary march on at top of Division Thre - all the local football and rugby news from the final Saturday of March.

Sidmouth Town served up their best all-round team performance of the season as they confidently defeated Crediton United 2-1 at Manstone Lane.

Ottery St Mary’s season is heading towards a thrilling finish as they head into April sitting top of the Macron League Division Three table and are also facing a Grandisson Cup semi-final meeting with Bravehearts.

There were scenes of joy at Cullompton on Wednesday night as Ottery Under-13s powered their way into the Exeter and District League Cup Final with an impressive 2-0 victory over West Exe Youth.

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