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Eagles get the weekend off with a flyer

Mixed fortunes for the fishermen



Elmore and Crediton kicked off the weekend football on friday evening at Horsden Park with the home side collecting all three points from a 4-2 victory. Callum Old with a brace, and Callum Hutchings and Dan Tapp on target for Elmore, Tom Parkins and Ben Pike for Kirton.
The two other matches staged in the West division on saturday also produced home victories with Exwick Villa just edging out a battling Hatherleigh Town 4-3, and Thorverton winning 2-0 against Alphington. Hatherleigh scorers at Exwick were Harry Laing-Taylor, Rhys Morgan and Jasper Presswell, Kieran Smith and Sam Stewart were the thors marksmen but it was Adam Langabeer who was their star man.

East leaders Feniton completed the double against Beer Albion with a 4-1 triumph but the game was marred by three red cards, two for the fishermen. Holing out for Fenny were Aaron Pearse with a brace, Oscar Walsh and Darren Witt. Alex Paget had the Beer response.
Kentisbeare powered to a 5-2 win against Sidmouth Town with Aiden Horne 2, Chris Hawkins, Luke Horne and Sam Tapp getting the goals.
Colyton made the short trip to Chard Town worthwhile winning 3-0 with Callum Somers 2 and Jake Richards finding the net.

Exmouth Rovers the East leaders had to dig deep in their derby game against Exmouth Spartans which they won 2-0. Spartans keeper Jack Walsh was the star man on the day.
Beer Albion made it five wins from five after going goal crazy against Honiton Town, 10-1 the final outcome.
Teignmouth were 4-1 winners at Dunkeswell, and East Budleigh came good 2-0 at Lympstone . Goy Loverock and Will Price the Budleigh scorers.
Tipton St John kept their unbeaten record with a 2-2 draw with Clyst Valley. Jake Freeman and Jody Freeman were the Tipton scorers.

Just one game survived the weather in the West, Newton St Cyres getting a 3-1 win at home to Tedburn St Mary whose Dom Cochran had their return.

No matches beat the elements in division 2 West but the rains did not disrupt the six matches played in the 2 East. Leaders Axminster Town had a tougher than expected effort to see off Cranbrook 4-3. Charlie Wilson and Sam Winslade both grabbed doubles for the tigers, Steve O’Conner with a brace for brook whose Jordan Wilkinson also scored.
Ottery St Mary scored goals from everywhere to down Axmouth United 8-0, Rikki Pitter with a treble and singles from Aiden Pearcy, Darren Carr, Connor Hannaford, Rian Antat, and Sam Pyne.
Exeter United won 4-2 at Colyton with Rhys Haines scoring twice. Finley Cox matched that for Colyton.
Millwey Rise won 3-2 at home to the Bishop Blaize, a scoreline emulated by Pinhoe against Sidmouth Town whose Richard Johnson and Corey Rogers netted.
East Budleigh beat Feniton 2-1, Oscar Dennison scoring the visitors goal.

Division 3 East was wiped out by the weather apart from the game at Devon Yeoman where Awliscombe United shared a 4-4 draw. Joe Mulhall 2, Martin Willmington and Stuart Marks with the Awls tally.
Two matches survived in the West, Chagford getting a 6-1 win at Central, while Witheridge drew 1-1 at home to Broadclyst. Dan Koita was the Withy scorer.

Kenn Valley United the Central leaders let a two goal lead ebb away at Whipton & Pinhoe but recovered to snatch a 3-2 and preserve their 100% record. Ben McElroy with a belter, Jamie Sly and an 85th minute penalty from Phil White saved the day.
Beacon Knights beat Exeter Panthers 3-1 with Tom Hocking scoring, the other two goals from subs Gareth Pollard and Sam Vile.
After losing 7-0 last week, Newton St Cyres almost balanced the books with a 6-0 win at home to Cranbrook United. Ciaran Skinner with two goals, Dominic Bateman, Adam Squire, Jamie Westlake and Adam Kefford with aces.
Just one game played in the West but an entertaining 3-3 draw between Dolton Rangers and AFC Morchard Bishop after they agreed to switch the fixture over. Chris Andrews with all three goals for Morchard.
In the East Lympstone switched their game to their infamous Cliff field pitch and it paid off as they beat Sidmouth Town 5-2. Aaron Dove 2, Mathieu Peligry, Chris Porter and Luke Geurin with the goals.
Seaton Town won the other game played 7-2 at Dawlish with Josh Tait and Will Hellier both scoring twice, Charlie Clarke, Adam Whitehook and Jake Rostron once.

Sunday 1st November 2020