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Cyres three up in cup, then concede seven

Cronies win the big Premier clash, Elmore nine points clear but good job they took a break at the break.

Newton St Cyres were three up in their massive Throgmorton Devon Premier cup third round tie at home to Ilfracombe Town but were caught and taken to extra time and conceded four more goals to crash out 7-3.

However Colyton came back with a nine goal whitewash away to Millbridge in the Firewatch Devon Senior cup, but Cullompton Rangers copped it against Torbays Police teamĀ losing 3-2.

Newly promoted Cronies took their unbeaten record to second place Exmouth Town in Premier’s match of the day and returned victorious 4-0. It was a sweet success too as Exmouth are one of just two teams to have ever lowered the Cronies league colours in their 4 year existence.

Premiers top dogs Elmore beat Seaton Town 6-2 to open a nine point margin, but Seaton are the first team to score twice against the Horsden Park side and led at the break 2-1.

Newtown take over second place but they had to scrap for a single goal win at Clyst Valley.

First division leaders Lyme Regis suffered a second defeat beaten 4-1 at the University, so Lapford close in after they edged Perry Street 4-3.

No worries for Bampton the Div 2 leaders who were 4-0 winners at Axmouth, but Woodbury and Bow cling on with single goal wins.

Priory won an astonishing Div 3 match against Pinhoe 8-6 and are now within touching distance of leaders Crediton who lost their huge local derby at Tedburn St Mary 4-3.

Winchester and North Tawton victories mean the pair are pulling away from the pack in Div 4.

Div 5 leaders Lyme Res stunned by Halwill Res beaten 3-2, but the Bravehearts put Exmouths Spartans to the sword 6-1 to continue as Div 6 leaders.

Div 7 leaders Spreyton beaten 3-1 by Witheridge 3rds, so Amory Green take over after beating Colyton 7-1.

The top three in Div 8 were all beaten, and infiltrated by Sidmouth Towns 4th team after they won at Sandford.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Saturday 28th October 2017