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AMORY AT THE DOUBLE

Hatherleigh knock Priory off their perch

DIVISIONS 5-8
The Division Five leaders Bickleigh feasted with a cricket score result at home to Axmouth United winning 12-0 and means the buzzards are now averaging six goals a game.
Close rivals St Martins not only lost ground but suffered a first defeat on their travels 4-3 at Whipton & Pinhoe which in turn preserves their 100% home record.
Some close contests elsewhere with Teign Village just edging out 2-1 at Cranbrook United, and Awliscombe United winning a thriller at Starcross Dons 4-3.
The Heart of Oak kept up with the leaders after their 5-2 win at home to basement boys Amory Green Rovers.

Possible shock of the day in Division Six at Central where they eclipsed leaders Ottery St Mary 2-1.
No such worries for high flying Dolton Rangers who following last weeks success beat visiting Upottery 7-1.
Witheridge boosted their season with their first win 3-2 at Beacon Knights yet to earn a point at home.
Cheriton Fitzpaine won the mid table battle at Sandford 1-0, and the pair swap places.

An elated Hatherleigh Town knocked Division Seven leaders Priory off their perch thanks to a gripping 5-3 success at Okehampton road.
That meant Exmouth Rovers took over pole with a stunning 7-1 win at the University, and were joined by Exeter Royals although the city team were pushed all the way by Westexe Rovers before coming out on top 4-3.
Elsewhere City Raiders proved a little too sharp for Phoenix United 3-0, while Whipton & Pinhoe came good 5-3 at Bradninch but it was no walk in the park.

Division Eight leaders Ex Dons were relieved to preserve their five points lead after scraping past a battling North Tawton 3-2.
Rivals Tedburn St Mary meanwhile were knocking up the days biggest scoreline as they plundered new boys Farway United 14-0.
Amory Green Rovers have not only won their first match for well over a year last week but have doubled it thanks to a 2-0 win at home to Hemyock.
South Zeal managed to better visiting Lympstone 4-2 who are in danger of dropping into last place.

Bampton won the Geary cup match at Otterton 5-3 on penalties after the teams reached 90 minutes at 2-2.

Sunday 6th November 2022