Cronies hit six, Upottery bounce back, Villa foxy at Foxhayes
An Albion rocket sinks Fenny
With Premier leaders Elmore rained off at Seaton, only Cronies were able to cut back on the eagles as they demolished Clyst Valley 6-0. Danny Pym with four of the goals and Cronies have still only conceded twice this season.
Upottery who conceded double figures last week shocked an Okehampton side who let in seven last sat in the same cup, winning 4-2 at Simmons Park.
Newtown had their match against Exwick Villa switched to a nearby ground at Foxhayes as their new 3G pitch is still not ready, and an unhappy Newtown were beaten 4-1.
Beer Albion were twice down at Feniton but then got back to 3-3 before winning thanks to an unstoppable free kick from Edvin Karpejev.
Colyton switched their Division One game against Chagford to nearby Chantry and won a gripping contest 6-4.
Heavitree United came from 3-1 down to draw 3-3 with Sidmouth Town in the other match played.
Just three matches played in Div 3 the University beating second place Bampton 3-2, while in the basement East Budleigh won their derby game against pointless Newton Poppleford 3-0.
Priory top Div 3 after edging Ottery 2-1 at Washbrook, while in the basement Budleigh Salterton went nap at Lympstone.
Beer Res unlucky to draw 2-2 at Div 4 leaders Winchester after leading twice, while the Generals at Starcross recovered from the 16 goal swamping last week to defeat their fellow strugglers St Martins 1-0.
The Black Swans won 6-3 at home to Culm United in Div 5, Halwill Res also winning a nine goal thriller at Exwick Village.
The Div 6 table toppers Queens Head held by Seaton Res to a 4-4 draw, also eight goals in both the other two matches played.
Bottom of the table Kentisbeare Res toppled Div 7 leaders Amory Green Rovers 5-2, Bradninch Town won their derby clash with Willand XI 2-0.
Cheriton Fitzpaine Res jump into top spot in Div 8 thanks to a 1-0 win at Pinhoe Res.
Whipton & Pinhoe too good for first division Woodbury in the Bill Slee cup winning 4-1.
Saturday 11th November 2017