Alphas title race checked by the tangerines
Sweet 17 for Cranbrook
SENIOR ACTION DIVISIONS 1 – 4
Alphingtons chase of DIVISION ONE leaders Crediton United stumbled as they were held to a goalless draw by Wellington Town.
Sandford won their big derby at Bow AAC 3-0, Dean Jones with a double and Darren Hughes scoring, and it continues to brighten for Lypstone as they won 3-1 at home to Newtown. Jay Labelleur with two goals and Richard Higham scoring. Ashley Mcdermid with the Newtown goal.
East Budleigh and Topsham Town share six goals, Jac Greenslade 2 and Rian Hill with the home share.
Halwill were unable to field a side for their date with the University.
Winkleigh have taken over as DIVISION TWO leaders after their 2-1 victory at Dunkeswell Rovers. Jamie Hornby with the Dunks goal.
Beer Albion slipped from grace as they were 2-1 losers at home to Otterton thanks to a last minute goal from Lee Mitchell. Ryan Wright their man of the match also scored.
Tedburn St Mary were also 2-1 winners at Chagford with Dominic Cochran and Curtis Rourke scoring.
The University won their derby with Alphington 3-2, Jason Baddock, Armando Bognadov and Bub Gundy with the college strikes, but an easier task for Newton St Cyres who sent Clyst Valley packing 5-0 thanks to a Dylan Wilson hat-trick and a Fin Jeffrey double.
Just one draw in this division between Exmouth Spartans and Teignmouth which finished 2-2. Rob Welsman and Carric Howard on target for the Spartans whose Jordan Bennington had a great match.
Central kept the pressure on in DIVISION THREE as they pounded former challengers St Martins 6-0. Ryan Toghill with a brace and singles from Jordan Howlett, George Goodchild, Stuart Fraser and Rob Clotworthy.
Leaders Devon Yeoman had a slightly harder ask at Heavitree United but came good 2-0 with Corey Salter and Kizza Buran finding the net.
The University won 4-0 at Pinhoe Joey Gibson 2, Bod Salau and Alex Tigg with their goals.
Honiton Town won at Hemyock 4-1 which means they share the same spot on the ladder. Zak Harrison with a double for the hippos. Troy Eagle also scored. Liam Hole was the Hems marksman.
Feniton had to work hard to gun down the bottom side Exeter United who were kept in the match by goals from Sami Al Hawaidi and Sayed Omrani.
Leaders and DIVISION FOUR draw specialists Farway United did it again as they shared the points in a 1-1 draw with visiting Bampton.
However the eye-popping result was at Cranbrook where they smothered Colyton 17-0. Seven goals for Jordan Wilkinson and hat-tricks for Dan Cheadle and Callum Hoare were the main executioners.
Five goals for Bravehearts at home to Millwey Rise, but nearby Cullompton Rangers fell 3-1 at home to Broadclyst. Finlay Foster with the Cully goal.
South Zeal United beat Sidmouth Town 3-1, George Walsh with a brace and Harry Tickner. Robbie Hallett with the vikings reply.
Witheridge won 1-0 in their home match against a much improved Culm United.
Sunday 23rd January 2022