The first league cup of the North Devon Gazette Football League season went to Fremington Reserves on Saturday.
Bideford’s four years in the Evo-Stik Southern League Premier came to an end on Saturday as the Robins drew 0-0 with Biggleswade Town.
A 2-0 win over Welton Rovers on Saturday secured second place in the Toolstation Western League Premier for Barnstaple Town
Sporting Barum defeated Whipton and Pinhoe 5-3 in the A&S Paving Intermediate Cup final at Newton Abbot.
Supporters and players past and present invited to celebrate 50 years of Shamwickshire Rovers
This week’s North Devon Gazette Football League Round-up
Barnstaple Town took a step towards Southern League promotion by beating Gillingham Town 2-1 in the Toolstation Western League Premier.
A club statement last night (Friday) confirmed that Barnstaple Town’s ground has met requirements for Southern League football.
This week’s North Devon Gazette Football League roundup
A 2-1 win over Cribbs on Saturday strengthened Barnstaple’s position in the Toolstation Western League Premier.
A 2-1 win for Bideford kept their very slim survival hopes alive as they relegated their opponents.
The Robins avoided relegation from the Evo Stik Southern League Premier for the time being.
Barry Yeo’s side won 2-0 at Mill Road on Saturday to make it nine wins from their last nine games.
Appledore beat Elmore 2-1 at Witheridge last night to seal their place in the Throgmorton Devon Premier Cup final.
The Fishermen are in the middle of an intense fixture schedule in the South West Peninsula League.
The striker got two goals in the Toolstation Western League Premier to earn Barnstaple Town their seventh straight victory.
The Robins were in action on Easter Monday in the Evo-Stik Southern League Premier.
The Bideford over 50s team were crowned Devon Champions on Sunday.
Barnstaple Town were comfortable winners against Bridport at Mill Road last night (Tuesday).
The Robins took on Dunstable Town at the Sports Ground and will feel disappointed not to come away with three points.
A family from Appledore will achieve a rare feat on Saturday, as three of them step into the ring.
Two second-half goals in as many minutes saw Bideford to a 2-0 defeat at Hungerford.
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