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Buzzards flying high, Otters developing a big lead, Rovers return 9 goals, and the Tawts six of the best


Bickleigh are setting the pace in DIVISION FIVE after they blew away newcomers Teign Village 9-2. The tins are still looking for their first success but the buzzards were far too sharp on the day.
Second place Millwey Rise suffered a 4-2 reverse at Starcross Dons, and they are now under pressure from the Heart of Oak who were 3-1 winners at Awliscombe United, a first defeat for the home side.
Cranbrook United managed to pocket the points against Amory Green Rovers with the only goal of the game, Axmouth United are still without a point after losing 3-0 at Thorverton, while St Martins and Whipton & Pinhoe shared a 2-2 although the home side had a man red carded.

Ottery St Marys Development team are setting a sizzling pace in DIVISION SIX their latest victims Witheridge although only by a single goal, but that makes six wins in a row.
City Raiders trail in second place and had to work harder than expected to win 4-2 at Central, as did Dolton Rangers who came out ahead 4-3 at Devon Yeoman.
Away wins for Upottery at Beacon Knights 4-2, and for Sandford by 2-0 at Cheriton Fitzpaine.

Exmouth Rovers head the DIVISION SEVEN table with a 9-0 romp against Newton St Cyres, Priory slipping off the top as they were held 2-2 by the City Raiders.
Hatherleigh Town also share top spot but they cut it fine winning just 2-1 against a battling Seaton Town.
Exeter Royals won the mid table clash against Otterton 4-1.
Westexe Rovers with an encouraging 6-2 home win against Phoenix United yet to get a point on the board, and a similar scoreline for Whipton & Pinhoe at home to Bradninch who are also still pointless.

North Tawton head the field in DIVISION EIGHT following their 6-2 win at home to Starcross Dons, but close rivals Hemyock were checked by a 2-2 draw at home to Bow AAC.
Bampton enjoyed double figures against Lympstone winning 10-2 to step up to third.
Farway United in their first ever D & E season picked up their second victory 2-1 at Amory Green Rovers, while neighbours Millwey Rise went under 2-0 at home to Tedburn St Mary

Mixed fortunes for the League in the Devon Intermediate Cup. Morchard Bishop came through 2-1 at South Brent, but Watcombe Wanderers the other South Devon League side accounted
for South Zeal United 3-2.

Sunday 25th September 2022