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Bragging rights for Kirton in their derby clash

Senior division round up

Crediton United extended their leadership of Division One with a gripping 3-2 derby victory against Sandford on friday evening. Macauley Oldfield, Miles Norton and Ben Perrywith a ripping last minute decider. Dean Jones and Lewis Cook had the Sandford goals.
East Budleigh stay second but they cut it fine to beat Bow AAC 1-0.
Topsham Town won an entertaining match at Hatherleigh 4-2 thanks to an Ant Gaynor double, and aces from Jack O’Neill and Scott Chambers.
Alphington felt unlucky to lose at Wellington 3-1, but that was down to tangerines keeper Rob Hall who was outstanding.
Upottery came out 3-1 winners at the University, Cody Skinner 2 and Josh Warren with their goals, but Halwill and Newtown shared the spoils with a 3-3 draw, Ash Mcdermott, Jake Ranger and Seb Richards getting the ‘Town goals.

Teignmouth top Division Two knocking leaders Tipton St John from their perch 3-1, the tins fourth success and their 100% record intact.
Beer Albion cling to third place with their 2-0 victory at Dunkeswell, Tom Perry and Stuart Smith with the goals and share that space with Winkleigh who were in sparkling mood to send Chagford away beaten 6-1.
Newton St Cyres edged a dramatic game at Tedburn St Mary 4-3, thanks to a Dylan Wilson hat-trick before Finlay Jeffrey struck a 90th minute winner. Joe Cochran, Jay Hedrick and Cameron Salter with the Teds goals.
Hat-trick from Rob Welsman and Maxon Howard earned Exmouth Spartans a 9-1 victory against Clyst Valley, further goals from Brandon Perry, Jordan Bennington and Luke Bradford.
Otterton beat the University 4-1 Dan Tapp 2, Cameron Brown and Gareth Davies with the goals.

Westexe Park Rangers power on as Division Three leaders after gunning down St Martins 9-1. Hat-tricks from Bradley Davey and Elliott Perrott, singles coming from Toby Hide, Finlay Crocker, and Jacob Brooks.
Devon Yeoman hot on their trail after their 3-0 win at Honiton Town, Kenny Smith, Mark McIntosh and Stantin Foggin with their goals.
Lyme Regis beat Hemyock 7-3 which was tough on Hems hat-trick man James Melville. Matthew Bradley with two of the Lyme goals, the others from Gary Knight, Ben Bowditch, Cameron Fowler, Robbie Fowler no less and Louis Rinaldi.
Central won their derby against Pinhoe 3-1, while Heavitree United hit Axmouth United for six without reply, Scott Jones netting twice and oncers for Corey Whitfield, and the Murphy trio, Ryan, Tayor and Jack.
Veteran legend Phil Everett was one of the Feniton scorers in their 3-2 defeat by the University. the other was Sebastion Waite.
Exeter United and Seaton Town shared the points from a 3-3 draw.

Bravehearts moved four points clear at the top of Division Four but ran it close to beat Witheridge 3-2. Luke Jones, Tom Rhodes and Ed Webb with the goals.
Cranbrook kept their unbeaten record but were held 3-3 at Bampton, so Farway United are joint second after a 3-0 win at home to East Budleigh Joe Titmuss 2 and Will Bennett getting their goals.
Cullompton Rangers won their derby against a gallant Culm United 12-0 but the villagers are bravely hanging in to keep the side going.
Millwey Rise won 3-2 at Broadclyst with Ben Webb 2 and Nathan Wormsley goals, and South Zeal saw off Colyton 4-2.

Sunday 26th September 2021