Barnstaple Town translated their fine start to the league season into FA Cup success on Saturday.
This week’s North Devon Gazette Football League round-up
A shaky week has seen Bideford drop into the relegation places in the Evo-Stik Southern League Premier Division.
The MJM Sports golden boot and glove presentation evening, due to take place tomorrow (Thursday), has been cancelled.
Tom Allin and Ricky Kelly each took five wickets as North Devon condemned Bovey Tracey to a 134-run defeat.
Brayford Cup winners Torridgeside beat North Devon Gazette Football League premier champions Braunton 4-1 in this season’s Albert Beer Memorial Shield match.
Councillors give Bideford AFC Ladies a funding boost to get more women and girls playing football.
Players are being urged to register for their North Devon Gazette Football League clubs as soon as possible.
Western League premier: Barnstaple Town 2-1 Bradford Town
Three reserve teams have withdrawn from the North Devon Gazette Football League.
A group of North Devon footballers are hoping to be the only amateur team at the first-ever national beach football tournament.
Bideford’s new season in the Evo-Stik Southern Premier League kicks off against St Neots Town on Saturday.
Robins drew 4-4 with St Austell at the Sports Ground on Saturday.
The league currently has only eight teams registered and local teams looking for a league are invited to register their interest.
Club looking forward to new season as HMRC ends order
SAS Football Club under 14s urgently require new players.
The 2015/16 North Devon Gazette Football League season will kick off on Saturday, August 22.
Barnstaple Town FC has confirmed its admission charges for the 2015-16 season.
Bideford AFC will host League Two side Plymouth Argyle in a pre-season friendly next month.
Barnstaple Town were denied a Toolstation Western League double as Willand Rovers secured the Les Phillips Cup on Sunday.
Torridgeside beat Braunton in front of a huge crowd to claim the Brayford Cup.
Teenage Braunton Academy goalkeeper is off to the English Riviera...
Top spot still up for grabs as five teams battle for silverware.
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