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Tuesday, September 02, 2014
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All the latest Sport in Pulman's Weekly News and View from Axminster
From Saturday, 02/Aug/2014 onwards
The Devon & Exeter Football League gets under way at the weekend with an almost a full programme but nowhere will there be more excitement than at BOW AAC writes Collin Goodwin.
FENITON with Roger Smith IN the over 60s triples league the B team secured two points against Marina C when they lost narrowly by 33-35.
Axe Cliff with Helen Kenworthy LAST Wednesday the Ladies played The Scratch and Handicap Cups.
A special week of activities for the cadets (ages 7-17 years) of the Axe Yacht Club started on Sunday, August 3rd.
DESPITE an 85-run defeat at coastal neighbours Exmouth, Sidmouth secured enough points to clinch their fifth Francis Clark Devon Cricket League title in the last seven seasons.
A MAGNIFICENT 162 from Will Mudd along with 96 from 16-year-old Ollie Pinnock has all-but confirmed Seaton 2nds as Division D champions.
FENITON with Roger Smith In the over 60s triples league, the B team triumphed by 37-31over their nearest rivals Tiverton West End C and thereby maintained their position at the top of their league.