Although low numbers the Sidmouth under 13 Girls played their hearts out for their 1st game of the season, writes Simon Dunstan.

Sidmouth suffered a fifth straight league defeat when beaten 38-32 at Keynsham, writes Terry O'Brien.

Sidmouth Under-7s enjoyed their first action of the new season when they took on Honiton.

Sidmouth Under-15 girls impressed throughout as they recorded an emphatic 53-10 success over Exeter Saracens.

Sidmouth suffered a fourth straight league defeat when beaten 22-18 by visiting Hornets, writes Terry O'Brien.

Matchday three of the new season saw Sidmouth suffer a third straight defeat when they were beaten 26-9 by hosts Devonport Services, writes Terry O'Brien.

Sidmouth RFC now have a New Zealand All Blacks signed shirt amongst the many other items on display in their Blackmore clubhouse.

As the score line of 28-30 indicates, the first home game of the Western Counties West campaign for Sidmouth proved to be a closely contested and indeed, entertaining game, though there were too many errors on both sides to label it a classic, writes Terry O'Brien.

Sidmouth Chiefs were given clear notice that rugby in the South West League West is a big step up from last year after they went down 36-15 at Cleve on matchday one of the new term, writes Terry O'Brien.

Sidmouth Chiefs were given clear notice that rugby in the South West League West is a big step up after they suffered an opening day, 36-15 defeat at Cleve, writes Terry O'Brien.

Sidmouth were beaten 36-15 in their opening Tribute South West One game at Cleve.

A Sidmouth Chiefs XV were 31-21 winners when they hosted Withycombe in a pre-season game, writes Terry O'Brien.

Sidmouth skipper Olly Pyne is confident the South West One new boys will hold their own following promotion last season, writes Conrad Sutcliffe.

Sidmouth RFC have been forced into a change of opposition for Saturday's (August 24) Blackmore pre-season action.

Preparations for life in a new division can truly begin as Sidmouth RFC's 19/20 Tribute South West 1 West fixtures have been released.

With the Chiefs having won the league and cup double, and the Quins their merit table, there was much to celebrate.

Sidmouth RFC juniors; Under-7s, 8s and 9s, enjoyed their end of season awards ceremony, held at the Blackmore Club House, writes Simon Dunstan.

The season may be over in terms of the on-pitch drama - and celebrations - at Honiton RFC, but the club has one mighty big engagement to get through this coming Saturday (May 25).

Sidmouth RFC Under-8s impressed at the recent Ivybridge Festival where they ended the day unbeaten.

Sidmouth RFC Under-11s took part in a 'fun tournament' where the emphasis was certainly on youngsters enjoying their rugby.

We're on the lookout for fans who are travelling far and wide for Honiton's game at Twickenham on Sunday.

The Blackmore home of Sidmouth RFC is set to stage some top class junior rugby on Sunday (April 28).

Sidmouth teenager Cole Monaghan is now in Japan to take part in an international rugby tournament.

Sidmouth Chiefs capped an outstanding season and made history by achieving a league and cup double with what was ultimately a convincing 39-19 victory over league runners-up Crediton in front a large crowd at the Blackmore Field, writes Terry O'Brien.

Sidmouth RFC Under-15s have just returned from what was a terrific visit to Portugal that saw them take part in an International Rugby Festival played over the second weekend of April.

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