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Eagles climb into top spot

Hems get their first victory

Elmore are the new joint leaders in Division Five after their 3-0 victory at Awliscombe United and with AFC Exe suffering a 6-1 blitz at the University. Joe Barrow with a brace for the eagles and Corey Groover with the third.
Cheriton Fitzpaine came unstuck 3-1 at home to Amory Green Rovers but cannot afford to lose more matches to stay in conention.
Topsham Town beat Dawlish United 4-1 with Bradley Marles, Reece Clark, Rui Prior and CJ Abbott scoring, and a James Gosney double earned Cranbrook United a 2-0 win against a battling Upottery.

Division Six leaders Okehampton Argyle had to stretch a little further than expected as they won 3-1 at Seaton Town. The Okes biggest rivals St Thomas SC ran up an 11-0 win at home to Devon Yeoman. Dan Hitchman with a hat-trick and Dean Voaden with a double leading the way. Luke Squires, Jackson Maloney, Luke Estick, Ross Carstairs, Aaron Haggar and Scott Ofield all getting in the act as well.
The University stepped up their interest with an 8-1 win at Witheridge, Lachlan Baker with four of their goals. Thurbin 2, Spedding and Phillips with the others. Kieron Milton with the home consolation.
Uplyme won a hard match against Central 2-1, Daley Holmes and Ben Prosser on target.
Sadly the Kenn Valley United game against Falcons was abandoned due to a broken leg for the latter team who were leading 2-4 at the time.

Starcross Dons closed to within a point of Division Seven leaders Morchard Bishop after winning 5-1 away at Beacon Knights 5-1. Alex Rowe with the home goal.
Dolton Rangers also made up ground winning 5-1 at home to Otterton. Quinton Smith with a treble and singles from Kieran McGinley and Declan Hutchings. Dale Evans with the Otters goal.
Four goals from Darren Osmond were the feature for Thorverton as they won 8-1 at Priory. Will Hwkins 2, Chris Williams and Jack Tweedie with the remainder.
Cheriton Fitzpaine were 3-1 winners at Bradninch whose Todd Scrace managed their reply.

Goals by the bucketful in Division Eight but not for leaders Whipton & Pinhoe who suffered a surprise 3-2 home defeat at the hands of Cranbrook United. Harvey Maddocks, Kye Stewart and Jack Wright with the Cranbrook goals, Tai Mitchell and San Mainka for the Arena Park team.
Second place Heart of Oak won 3-1 at home to Westexe Park Rangers while North Tawton moved into fourth place after winning 4-2 against City Raiders. Ed Daniel, Scott Richardson, Bailey Vodden and James Simons sharing the Tawts goals. Charlie Ricketts had both for the visitors.
Exeter Panthers and Tedburn St Mary shared an astonishing 6-6 result, Adam Bolt scoring twice for the teds. The others from Wayne Brown, Dan Fox, Jake vaudat-Brown and an own goal.
More goals at Newton St Cyres where they were edged out 5-4 by Bow AAC. Jack Greenslade 2, Adam Summers, James Jordan and Kioran Cope with the winners goals, Lewis Mooney 2, Tom Roberts and Adam Squire for the losers.
Last but not least the University won 7-0 against Millwey Rise, a double from King and singles from Mulholland, Bray, Persad, Hardisty and Smith.

City Raiders stay well ahead of their Division Nine rivals after despatching Feniton 7-0.
Ex Dons kept up the chase winning 8-1 at Amory Green Rovers, as do Whipton & Pinhoe but they had to dig deep to get the better of South Zeal 4-3. Dillon Nicholas, Darius Jacobs and Scott Hooper with the Zeal goasls.
Exmouth Rivers made the trip to Hatherleigh worthwhile winning 2-1 but huge smiles at Hemyock where they won their first game since reviving their reserve team and in some fashion 5-0 at home to Starcross. Charlie Don, Jack Pike, Elliot Worth, Peter Woodberry and a rocket from Tom Leaman which left his colleagues speechless.


Sunday 21st November 2021