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Eunice did her best but eleven survivors on the field

Not a total wipe-out with nine league matches and two cups played

Storm Eunice tore a massive hole in the Joma Devon & Exeter League weekend programme but she failed to prevent a sprinkling of matches getting played. Kentisbeare staged the only Premier match as they claimed a 2-0 win at home to Dawlish United with goals in each half from Rhys Cruwys and man of the match Jack Bishop. The win takes Kents to joint third.

Sandford won the only Division One match played 2-1 at Lympstone which moves them up to fifth. Jay Labelleur with the Lympets reply.

Beer Albion clung on to top spot in Division Two but were given a run for their money by Alphington. Jacob Hale, Max Richardson and Reece Best with the fishermens net.
Second place Winkleigh made much easier work of visiting Otterton winning 6-2. Cameron Brown and Ryan Mitchell managed replies from the Otters.

No stopping Third Division leaders Devon Yeoman as they soared ten points clear after a 6-1 win against Exeter United who ran them so close last week.

Division Four did have to take shelter but Division Five managed two matches including a real humdinger at Dawlish where the leaders Exeter University scraped in 1-0 with a Ryan Smith goal.
Cranbrook United picked up a welcome 2-0 win against Cheriton Fitzpaine with Matt Daley and Kye Steward finding the net.

St Thomas SC moved another giant stride towards the Division Six title with a 3-0 win against the University, Leigh Atkins, Dan Hitchman and Dean Voaden sharing the goals.

Both Divisions 7 and 8 had to take shelter but Division 9 had a massive game at Exmouth Rovers where Ex Dons were 3-1 winners to keep their hopes alive of overtaking their hosts. Brandon Hodge was the Rovers marksman.

Feniton and Hatherleigh Town have made the Geary cup semi finals. Feniton beat South Zeal United 2-1 with Charlie Arnold and Josh French scoring. Hatherleigh were taken to extra time at Whipton & Pinhoe before edging it 5-4. Drew Coles 2, Tony Frost and Dan Turner were the home scorers.



Sunday 20th February 2022