Lyme get third place in Division One, but Street are rail-roaded at Wellington in Cyder land derby
Okey firsts concede ten at Seaton, but Reserves smash 14 against the Villa to nail second place in Division 8
Perry Street saw their hopes of playing Premier football next season maybe ended at Chard Town where they went down 1-0, which means Lyme Regis who have the same ambition finish third after they beat Wellington Town 4-2. However Lyme hopes will depend on their ground passing the Premier standard required.
Black Swan won 4-1 at Millwey Rise and are Division 5 runners up. Halwill Res would need to win 36-0 at Ilminster on monday to deny them.
Okehampton Res battered Bradninch Villa 14-1 to make sure of runners up spot just ahead of Culm United Res who finish third following their 9-2 win at Sandford Res.
Full marks and more to Dunkeswell Rovers whose nine man team made the 120 mile round trip to Halwill Res where they were beaten 8-0. Referee Shane Leahy said the Dunks were a credit to the grass roots game.
SATURDAY 19 MAY
Heavitree United 4 Beer Albion 0
Seaton Town 10 Okehampton Argyle 0
Chard Town 1 Perry Street 0
Cullompton Rangers 1 Sidmouth Town 4
Lapford 3 Colyton 3
Lyme Regis 4 Wellington Town 2
Halwill -pp- Axmouth United
Thorverton 3 Bow AAC 0
Uplowman Athletic 0 Axminster Town 6
Pinhoe 3 Tedburn St Mary 3
Millwey Rise 1 Black Swan Town 4
Halwill 8 Dunkeswell Rovers 0
Colyton 3 Chagford 3
Spreyton 8 HT Dons 0
Cheriton Fitzpaine 7 Millwey Rise 2
Honiton Town 4 Sidmouth Town 0
Okehampton Argyle 14 Bradninch Villa 1
Otterton 3 Pinhoe 1
Sandford 2 Culm United 9
Tedburn St Mary 2 Amory Green Rovers 3
Saturday 19th May 2018