Awls happening at Amory
Hatherleigh make it into their first ever Geary cup final
INTERMEDIATE ACTION DIVISIONS 5-9
Awliscombe United have given themselves a chance of finishing outside of the bottom three in Division Five after their 4-1 win at Amory Green Rovers. A Ben Gray hat-trick and Joe Mulhall scored the goals at Amory one of the two teams they need to catch.
Uplyme in their first season in the League kept up their hopes of finishing as runners up in Division Six after a 7-0 pounding of Sandford.
Jack White struck a hat-trick for Falcons, who also chase second place, in a 5-0 win at Okehampton Argyle. Finley Newell and Isaac Reed with the other goals.
Kenn Valley United won a top match against Witheridge 2-1 with Ben Mcelroy and Jamie Sly getting the goals. The Witheridge keeper had a great match but it was the the first team keeper who nearly stole the show when he had a chance to head an equaliser but fluffed it.
Henry White netted both goals for Bickleigh as they edged a battling Devon Yeoman 2-1.
Division Seven champions Starcross Dons wound up their season with a 5-1 victory at Priory which also ended their season as wooden spoonists.
Just one match in Division Eight saw champions Heart of Oak win 3-1 at Millwey Rise and in Division Nine champions City Raiders cantered to a 14-0 victory at plucky Amory Green Rovers who are probably relieved their season has ended but deserve massive praise for turning up every week.
Intermediate Cup action
In the mini League Group Two Tournament Whipton & Pinhoe went joint top of Group A afrer beating AFC Morchard Bishop 3-0. Ben Turner , Adam Vere and Liam Vere with the goals.
In Group B Exmouth Rovers won their first match 1-0 at Ex Dons to keep their chances alive, while in Group C North Tawton pocketed their first point from a 1-1 draw at Cheriton Fitzpaine who head the table.
Otterton were 6-0 winners at home to Beacon Knights in Group D and looking well set to progress. Cameron Brown with a hat-trick, Joe Poulten, Josh Rowlands and Jay Jackson with the goals.
Elmore are through to the semi finals of the Bill Slee cup after an exciting 3-2 win against Bravehearts. Corey Groover 2 and Ryan Morgan with the goals.
Hatherleigh won their semi final in the Geary cup 6-2 against Feniton, while Exeter Panthers are through to the semis after beating Westexe Park Rangers 3-1. Nathan Hopkins, Owen Lester and Tino Jordan with their goals. The Panthers will now face Exmouth Rovers for the right to face Hatherleigh.
Sunday 10th April 2022