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Premier leaders Alphington have galloped off into the stratosphere after another 10-0 success, this time at Ottery St Mary. Doubles from Ben Annunziata, Jamie Dingle, Tre Davey and Max Beecroft did most of the damage.
Chasing Kentisbeare also won away from home at Dawlish United, but it was close, a single goal from Jake Searle separating the two teams.
Crediton United are clearly out of the race now after a 4-2 home defeat to the University, which keeps the college with hope .
Lyme Regis hopes look to have faded after their 3-2 defeat at Sidmouth Town. Goals from Bradley Rowe and Steve Batey consolation for the Fort Davey side.
Okehampton Argyle are well on the up after their 3-1 success at home to Sandford. Charrlie Harrod 2 and Jay Richards with their goals.

Upottery consolidated top spot In Division One with a 3-0 victory at East Budleigh, and a scoreline emulated by rivals Wellington at home to Hatherleigh Town.
Another 3-0 victory as well for Lympstone at home to Newton St Cyres with Alfie Gillard scoring twice. Billy Phillips with the other goal.
The University won 3-1 at home to Beer Albion with Sammie Colvin, Louis Scanlon and Harry Buesnell finding the net.
Chard Town won 4-2 at home to Beer Albion whose Reece Best and Harry Lawrence found the net in reply.
Teignmouth came good 2-0 at Newtown which takes them away from the danger zone. Wes Poulsom and Ned Ogilvie with the goals.

The University took the chance to go top of Division Two with a 7-1 win at home to Tedburn St Mary. Jay Hedrick managed a consolation for the Teds.
Dunkeswell Rovers won their East Devon derby 1-0 at home to Tipton St John, Finn Pocock with the goal, veteran keeper Steve Berry with a clean sheet, and in the other match played Feniton were delighted to pocket all three points at Clyst Valley where they won 3-2.

Heavitree United stormed clear at the top of Division Two after a 9-2 advantage at Bravehearts. Bailey Smith with 4 goals including a pen, Taylor Murphy 2, Mark McIntosh, Callum Smith and Ollie Courtier with the others. Two goals in reply from Finn Newell.
Former leaders Hemyock were rumbled 2-0 at home by the University.
Lyme Regis won 5-2 at home to Chagford in a lively match, and Bampton swapped places with Halwill thanks to a 2-0 win at their rivals ground.

Unbeaten St Thomas Social Club retained the four point gap they hold as Division Four leaders when they came away from Cheriton Fitzpaine 6-1 ahead.
Second place University stay close after an 8-0 win at home to Uplyme. Hat-trick from Oliver Williams a brace from Rory Nicoll, with Joe Gill, Konrad Nqumovicz and Will Brown getting aces.
Culm United came good in their local derby at home to Cullompton Rangers, Chris White and Sam Jee with the home goals, James Smith replying in the second half.
Sidmouth Town also won their derby against Colyton 2-1, whose Jonathan Cooper managed a reply.

Bill Slee cup wins for AFC Exe at Cranbrook 2-0, and for Alphington Res who won a penalty shoot out 3-1 at Westexe Park Rangers following the pair drawing 3-3 after extra time.
Owen Sullivan 2 and Jamie Fairchild with the Alphas normal time goals.

Central also through after an exciting 4-3 win at Witheridge whose Tyler Harvey, Jason Leat and Rafa Sotomayor goals were not enough to keep Withy in the competition.

Sunday 12th February 2023