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Cranbrook crowned Division Four champions after six of the best at Sidmouth

Farway also hit six but have to settle for runners up


Alphington kept alive their hopes of winning the Division One crown thanks to a 3-1 victory against rivals Sandford who have been racing up the table in recent weeks. However long time leaders Crediton United eased back into second place after grabbing a 1-0 win at Chard Town with a first half penalty, and with three matches in hand still look favourites.
Topsham Town who have been well were beaten 4-1 at home by Newtown, Ollie Baker getting the consolation goal, but East Budleigh still hopeful they can make the top three were 6-2 winners at home to Hatherleigh Town.
Upottery and Bow AAC shared a 3-3 draw, Josh Coles 2 and Ryan Gibson-Heard with the Bow goals, while Lympstone won the basement clash at Halwill 7-0, Charlie Skinner with a hat-trick, Billy Phillips 2, Lewis Masters and an own goal making the seven up.

Teignmouth are closing in on the Division Two title but were tested fully at Dunkeswell Rovers where they inched home 2-1. Joe Sibhall and Ryan Tresiddar with the tins tally.
Leaders Winkleigh kept their noses ahead winning 4-2 at Tipton St John.
Exmouth Spartans won 4-2 at Chagford but nearly let matters slip after leading 3-0. Rob Welsman, Alex John, Tom Chudley and Sam Dickinson with the Spartans catch.

The big game in Division Three ended all square at 2-2. Leaders Devon Yeoman findimg the net through Corey Salter and Jack Smith, thitd place Westexe Rovers keeping pace through Elliot Perrott and Owen Rendall.
Central are now out of the reckoning despite a 5-1 win at home to Honiton Town. Ross Clotworthy and Nick Horne notched doubles, Max Lockyer with an ace. Bradley Morris was the Honiton scorer.
Feniton won 2-0 at Lyme Regis with James Hiscox and Thomas Kirsch scoring, and Seaton Town came good at Hemyock hitting their hosts for six without reply.

Unbeaten Cranbrook are the Division Four champions after a 6-0 victory at Sidmouth Town. Doubles from Jordan Wilkinson, Callum Hoare and Dan Macdonald featured in their romp to glory.
Second place Farway United also won 6-0 at home to Colyton but it was all forlorn. Goals for Farway were shared between Gavin Herrod, Billy Reed, Al Forsyth, River Leisk, Will Bennett and Ben Phillips.
South Zeal United beat East Budleigh 1-0 Thomas Chastey scoring but the best they can now do is third place.
The other match played in this division ended in a goalless draw between Bampton and Millwey Rise.

Both Otterton and Tedburn St Mary head Group A of the Senior League Cup tournament after winning their respective matches. The Otters won 7-1 at Broadclyst mainly thanks to a quad from Jack Hocking and singles from Ryan Mitchell, Ghanmi Ashref and Dale Roberts. Jacob Tinsley was man of the match.
The teds won 3-1 at Clyst Valley with Nigel Geoghegan 2 and Jamie Pengilley getting the goals.
The Group B match betwen AFC Exe and Exeter United was called off as United failed to raise a side.


Sunday 10th April 2022