The Exeter Otters were formed around 1982 by ex-serviceman Geoff Green.
He invited players such as Warren Duthie, Tony Mack, Keith Bunch & Kevin Clark to join at this time.
Initially the players trained and played in friendly matches and tournaments. Then players such as Paul Bounden, Stuart Riggs & Dave Waters joined in time for the start of the 1984/85 season, which was the Otters first ever season in the league, and surprised everyone by winning all of their league matches that season.
A couple of years later they were joined by Tony Fortune & Darron Evans, and the line up of Green, Mack, Duthie, Bunch, Bounden, Clark, Fortune & Evans became the mainstay of the team for around 10 years.
After playing mostly between divisions 1 & 2 for most of the 30 plus years, in 2015 the Otters finally gained promotion to the premier division. The Otters are 1 of the oldest teams in the league, still playing under the same name that they entered with.