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From Tuesday, 23/Sep/2014 onwards
OKEHAMPTON Running Club’s Sue Walker added another silver medal to her collection at the National Duathlon Championship held at Emberton Park near Milton Keynes.
Walter C Parsons cup
Okehampton Argyle 1
THE score line would suggest that Okehampton bowed out of the Walter C Parsons cup a well beaten side, but on the balance of play and overall chances in the match nothing could be further from the truth.
Heather Fell, Olympic silver medallist, writes about her life in the media and sports world.
Okehampton A 1
Ashmoor B 0
OKEHAMPTON A went into their fourth league hockey match hoping to keep their 100% winning record against a competitive Ashmoor team.
NO less than 17 Okehampton Running Club members took to the roads, fells and trails throughout three counties and two national parks in five races on the same day – the Eden Marathon and Half Marathon, the Great West Run, the Exmoor Stagger and the Bovey Beauty.
OKEHAMPTON Hockey Club U14s’ girls had two teams playing (pictured left) in the Devon U14 league in Exeter on Sunday.
ON Saturday at Okehampton Golf Club there was an individual Stableford competition for the Kennard Winter Cup.
Exeter Unversity E 1
OKEHAMPTON travelled to the university on the back of an improving display last time out in their 3-3 draw with Sidmouth and Ottery.
North Tawton ladies 98
Plymstock Albion Oaks ladies 0
A NEW look North Tawton Ladies team finally got to take to the pitch at Taw Meadow on Sunday.
Tiverton U16s 26
AFTER a superb season of cricket seeing Bridestowe finish top of Devon County League E Division, Tamar League A division and Mid-Devon T20, the club were delighted see a good turn out for the annual meeting.
Devon and Exeter division three
Cheriton Fitzpaine 1
IN an ill-tempered contest Chagford eventually emerged victorious.
OKEHAMPTON Community Recreational Association have a busy programme planned to keep youngsters fit and entertained during the October half term.
Fresha Devon and Exeter seven
LYDFORD based endurance rider Abby Chisholm and her small but tough pony Diana of Court, (16) rode a careful and well judged ride at the Endurance GB Red Dragon Ride at Builth Wells.
OKEHAMPTON Hockey Club men’s first team had a cracking game against Sidmouth and Ottery on Saturday in Southern one.
Exmouth Colts 12
Okehampton Colts 41
OKEHAMPTON Colts continued their winning streak against Exmouth.
Western Counties West