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As always mixed fortunes for our teams in the opening round of the Devon Senior cup, but plenty of goals to provide entertainment. Cranbrook who could well be looking for a good run in the competition moved on with a 10-1 victory at Farway United, and Topsham Town also got to double figures as they put paid to Halwill 10-0.
Hemyock won a thriller at Elmore 4-3, and Culm United came away from Princetown as they edged the South Devon side 3-2.
Seaton Town were elated to get through 5-4 on penalties at Barum United in North Devon after a 1-1 draw, and Bravehearts also won on penalties 5-3 at home to Clyst Valley after the pair shared four goals..
The University although not yet back at college managed to rustle up a team to get their tie resolved at Winkleigh who many thought would make it through.
Elsewhere Feniton were beaten 7-4 at home by DC Auto repairs from Plynmouth, and Chagford lost their big derby to Stoke Gabriel 6-1,

Close defeat for Tipton St John at Lugger Devonport by 3-2, and even closer at Woolsery in North Devon where Broadclyst were beaten 6-5 on pens after the teams ended 3-3.

Sadly no news yet of how Exeter United fared against Plympton, but news now in that Teignmouth who were 1-0 winners at home to Holsworthy.


Despite the many cup ties around, there was still plenty of League action with Upottery taking over the Division One leadership after a 4-2 win against Hatherleigh Towon despite going a goal down.
Newtown moved into third spot from a cracker against Beer Albion, the only goal of the game coming in the last minute.
East Budleigh and Lympstone shared the points in the other match played which ended 1-1.

In Division Two St Martins stay top after a 4-2 win at their KGV neighbours Central after conceding first, while Exmouth Spartans celebrated their first win a 2-0 success away at Dunkeswell Rovers.

Heavitree United had their unbeaten record in Division Three broken by Bampton, the ponies galloping to a 3-1 success at Wingfield Park.
Leaders Witheridge meanwhile were held to a 1-1 draw by Lyme Regis which in turn was their first point.

East Budleigh were 2-0 winners at Colyton to go top of Division Four on goal difference, and were joined by Sidmouth Town who were too strong for visiting Alphington winning 6-0.
Cheriton Fitzpaine and Budleigh Salterton settled for a 1-1 draw at White Cross, and Dawlish United and Uplyme also drew 0-0 but this result is pending and may not stand.


Sunday 18th September 2022