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Saturday, September 20, 2014
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All the latest Sport in Pulman’s View from Seaton
From Wednesday, 20/Aug/2014 onwards
After two years of training from the age of six (some as young as four) the Axminster Town Football Club Under 8s played their first league fixture last week.
THE Devon Bowls finals were held recently at Newton Abbot, all the ladies were in fine form.
AXMINSTER LEAGUE Results 1st Round Knockout Cup Bevs Boys 369 (M Hoare 75) Ax Con Rebels 414 (H Harris 79), Red Devils 401 (R Summers 77) Lamb 49ers 381 (M Rockett, R Short 71), Ax Con B 360 (T Webber, R Thresher 66) Gerrard A 342 (G Richards 62), Gerrard D 310 (P Foster 60) Seaton BC 295 (P Grigg 62), Cloakham Stars 333 (D Baker 67) Hawk H/Cs 364 (J Lucas 68), Lamb Spartans 330 (C Miller 71) King Wingers 279 (T Palmer 57), Colcombe B 386 (P Short 73) Lamb A 402 (D Jones 73), Old Kilm B 332 (J Highet 62) Ax Inn Jokers 331 (A Churchill 66).
AXE VALLEY RUNNERS with Diane Newton AVR’s Matt Clist, Patick Devine-Wright and Tim Lenton cruised across Dartmoor (nearly 30 miles from Ivybridge to Belstone via Postbridge) on Saturday.
SOUTH-WEST PENINSULA LEAGUE Division One (east) Galmpton 3 Axminster Town 1 AXMINSTER Town put in a good shift at title contenders Galmpton but still went down 3-1.
SEATON with Linda Stone On Saturday Maria Johnson (lead), Pat Whitworth (number 2) and Di Morley (skip) travelled to Newton Abbott to contest the final of the Devon Benevolent Triples against a team from South Molton.
AXE CLIFF with Helen Kenworthy On Friday, September 5th The Axe Cliff Ladies held their Open, with teams entered from Devon, Dorset and Somerset, The format was a bow maker (team of three 2 scores to count).
SOUTH WEST PENINSULA LEAGUE Division One (east) MANAGERLESS Axminster Town took a 6-0 beating down on the coast at Brixham AFC on Saturday writes Howard Larcombe.
THE region’s Perry Street League teams had a mixed opening day to the new season.
Monday, August 25th South-West Peninsula League Division One (east) Sidmouth Twn 4 Axminster Twn 1 AXMINSTER Town had just a solitary Alex Wheatley goal to show from their trip to Manstone Road last Monday.
FENITON with Roger Smith Feniton’s final over 60s triples matches saw the B team gain maximum points in defeating Belmont B by 37-23.
PREMIER Division champions?Sidmouth slipped to defeat in their final league match of the season against North Devon, but it mattered not as they celebrated their league and cup double winning season.
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.