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From Monday, 27/Oct/2014 onwards
Western Counties West
Okehampton Colts 29
Crediton Colts 15
ANOTHER good win for the young Okehampton side against local rivals Crediton.
North Tawton 40
AFTER the last handicap shoot resulted in a shoot off between Hatherleigh Shooting Club’s two youngest members, this month saw two senior members, Colin Taylor and Ken Woods, in a shoot off for the DeLaFontaine Cup.
St Columb Major 0
AFTER a cagey first ten minutes, Lamerton began to find their rhythm, moving the ball well around the pitch, with wingers Blair Vanstone and Jamie Montgomery both looking dangerous in possession.
Okehampton Argyle 3
Sidmouth Town 0
ARGYLE played their best football of the season to date with this comfortable victory at home to Sidmouth Town.
Tavistock AFC 2
Tavistock Seconds 0
TAVY Runners took advantage of the clear skies and almost full moon earlier this month by running high up on the moor.
CON A stretched their lead at the top of the table to three points with a testing encounter against West Devon D.
THINGS are going swimmingly for the Okehampton Otters, thanks to a cheque from Okehampton United Charity.
THE achievements of 2014 were celebrated by Tavistock Swimming Club members, parents, friends and coaches at their annual presentation evening, which was held at Lamerton Sports Hall.
THE Okehampton boys’ U12 (pictured) played against Plymouth Marjons, Dart and Teign in the Devon tournament on Sunday.
Tavistock Men’s Firsts 5
Okehampton A 6
Ashmoor C 0
OKEHAMPTON men’s second team faced a tricky test to Ashmore in the afternoon kick off, but made a blistering start when Caleb Bourne got on the end of a cross to score the first goal within minutes.
Okehampton Ladies’ Firsts 3
Plymouth Marjons 2 3
ON a rare sunny afternoon, Okehampton were hoping for their first win of the season but it was not to be.
TRISH Deykin, the triathlete from Milton Combe, received the cheers and applause of fellow graduates when she was awarded the University of Plymouth’s Sporting Colour.
AT Tavistock Golf Club’s presentation evening captain John Harding told the packed club house that 2014 had been an exceptional year.
Okehampton Argyle 1