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A quiet Christmas eve at Topsham

Just one match in Division 5 but no goals

Just one match played in DIVISION FIVE that between Topsham Town and visitors Awliscombe United, but no goals but plenty in DIVISION SIX at Central where they swept gallant Seaton Town aside 10-1, the seasiders 14th defeat.
Bickleigh and Falcons drew their derby clash 2-2, Henry White and Nathan Standen with the buzzards goals, Harry Jee and Gavin Richards for the Falcons. Jordan Travers was MOM.
Devon Yeoman earned just their second point as they held Kenn Valley United 1-1.

Starcross Dons preserved their 100% record as DIVISION SEVEN leaders winning 3-1 at AFC Morchard Bishop their main rivals.
Dolton Rangers who seperate the pair won 6-0 at home to Bradninch, while Thorverton put pressure on the top three as they saw off Otterton 6-2. Darren Osmond with a nap hand for the thors whose other goal came from Will Hawkins. Travis Welch and Callum Moore scored for the Otters.
Doubles from Tom Hocking and Alex Rowe did the damage for Beacon Knights as they won 4-2 at home to Priory.

Whipton & Pinhoe underlined their interest to be DIVISION EIGHT winners as they put North Tawton to the sword 8-0, and especially with second place Cranbrook United held 2-2 at Exeter Panthers. Joshua Unwin-Barrett and Jack Wright with the Cranbrook goals.
The Heart of Oak go into the new year unbeaten after winning 3-1 against Tedburn St Mary.
Westexe Park Rangers proved too strong for City Raiders winning 7-2 but much closer at Millwey Rise where they earned a welcome point as they drew 1-1 with Bow AAC.

City Raiders are running away with the DIVISION NINE title and they jumped 13 points clear as they beat Whipton & Pinhoe 3-0. Noah Northcott with a brace and Zakiraya Squire scoring.
Ex Dons suffered another setback as they lost 3-2 at home to Hatherleigh Town.
Hemyock won the basement match against Amory Green Rovers 3-0, while South Zeal managed the only goal at Starcross Dons from Rhys Holland. Man of the match for the winners was Tom Bullingham.

Sunday 19th December 2021