Great day for Oscar Walsh and Feniton
Pre match award by the County then a double as Fenny top Premier East
Feniton underlined their Premier East title ambitions with a startling 5-0 victory at home to Whipton & Pinhoe. Scorers were Cody Skinner, Gary Dixon, Morgan Pearce and a celebration double from Walsh who before kick off was presented with a special County FA Under 18 award by cups chairman Dudley Frood with Devon FA secretary Paul Morrison and chairman Bernard Leach there as well.
Dawlish United share top spot after claiming their third win but it was a much harder task against Seaton Town. Both Dawlish goals came in the first and last minute from Toto Whittle, but they leaked an own goal in injury time.
A Jake Richards hat-trick gave Colyton a 3-0 victory at home to Sidmouth Town, while over at Chard Town it finished 2-2 against Kentisbeare whose Josh Luxon and Aiden Howe found the net.
Lapford had to work hard to retain their Premier West leadership edging Exwick Villa 3-2. Although always ahead, Villa came on strong in the second half. Harry Leach, Dom Stapleton and Mark Tucker scored for Lapford.
The eye catching result was at Thorverton where they routed Bampton 7-2. Doubles from Kieran Smith and Josh Hole plus singles from Piers McLauchlin, John Vanstone and Sam Stewart did the job for the thors.
Chagford slipped back after being held at Alphington with a 3-3 draw. Franky Astill-Sheppard with another brace and Robbie Miller scored for the moormen.
Newtown came good at Hatherleigh Town 3-0 with Fergal O’Rourke, Beckham Pyatt and Ashley Mcdermid scoring but the match at Crediton against Winchester was abandoned after 78 minutes by the referee with Crediton leading 5-0.
Joint East leaders Otterton and Exmouth Rovers shared the points following a 2-2 draw. Cameron Brown and a Ryan Wright penalty netted for the Otters.
Tipton St John opened their season in style beating Exmouth Spartans 7-2. A Josh Bradley treble and a Jody Freeman double, plus aces from John Heavey and Glen Salter peppered the Spartans.
Dunkeswell Rovers needed just a Max Mckeown strike for a 1-0 win at Lyme Regis, while Dan Cortland and Adam Tooze found the target to get Clyst Valley home 2-0 against Honiton Town.
East Budleigh and Teignmouth shared six goals. Alan Savage, Adam Wilkinson and Will Price with Budleighs three, Scott Baxter, Dan Kenward and Sonny Moore with the tinmens hoard.
Wellington have made a blistering start in the West side their third victory coming against Westexe Park Rangers 6-1. Luke Perry struck twice, Wes Poulsom, Rohan Poulsom, Brad Holmans and Liam Thorne adding the rest.
Second place Sandford won their derby game against Bow AAC 4-1, Shane Jackman with the visitors goal.
Newton St Cyres powered to a 6-1 win at home to Uplowman Athletic, and share 3rd place with Halwill 4-2 winners at North Tawton. Andrew Chard, Andy Wonnacott and Mac Powell were among the goals.
Alphington won a cracker against Winkleigh 4-3 Liam Saunders striking twice. Robin Knight 2 and Fraser Reeves replied for Winkleigh.
Axminster Town won 4-2 at Ottery St Mary to hold on to top spot in 2 East. Connor Swingler had both Ottery goals.
Cranbrook topped the scoring with a 10-0 drubbling for Axmouth United. Dan Mcdonald and Reece Saunders both managed hat-tricks.
Sidmouth Town beat East Budleigh 6-3 to retain second place, while Feniton clocked up their first win 6-2 at Pinhoe with Oscar Dennison claiming a hat-trick. Sam Bateman, Aiden Mitchell and Jake Turner also scored.
Bishop Blaize were 3-0 winners against Colyton thanks to goals from Charlie Caddy, Ross Caddy and Rob England.
It finished 2-2 between Millwey Rise and Exeter United. Tom Bastin and Nathan Wormsley with the home goals.
St Martins the early West leaders were held 0-0 by Devon Yeoman, but felt denied as they had two goals ruled out.
Broadclyst moved to within a point after a 5-1 win at Bampton. Dan Thomas 2, Reece Jordan, Lewis Breckenridge and Alvin Pollard scored. Joe Abrahams was man of the match.
Goals from Harry Tickner, Josh Tickner and Nick Dillon swept South Zeal to victory at Central 3-0.
Just one game beat the weather in 3 East and saw Devon Yeoman pocket three points thanks to a single goal win against Upottery. Dan Libretto was the matchwinner.
Only two matches played in 3 West, but leaders Broadclyst kept things 100% after a 5-2 win against Bradninch. Dylan Pearce, and Stuart Tyrer netted twice, Kenny Smith once, Mom was Tim Genders. Both Bradninch replies were Ryan Trump pens.
Witheridge won the other game 3-2 against Cheriton Fitzpaine. Joe Southcott, Richard Manning and Dan Koita scoring.
Central leaders Kenn Valley found themselves 3-1 down at Tedburn St Mary but hit back to win 5-3 and preserve their 100% record. Ben Saxton and Jamie Sly scored twice, but the highlight was 16 year old Ollie Crowe getting his debut goal.
Whipton & Pinhoe rattled up an 8-1 win at Exeter Panthers, Jake Langmaid with a hat-trick and Dan Mainka a double. Niall Butland, Leon Tootell and Lewis Brown added singles.
Cheriton Fitzpaine hammered Cranford United 7-1 with Josh Badham bagging five. Billy Conabeare and Jack Dafters also scored.
Beacon Knights won 4-1 at home to Thorverton Alex Rowe on target twice. Alan Whitfield was the thors scorer.
New boys Falcons sit proudly as 4 East leaders although held to a 1-1 draw at Ottery St Mary. Tom Harrison with the home goal, Macauley Campbell for the visitors.
Bradninch and Lympstone shared a cracking 4-4 draw Lawrence Clark getting a hat-trick for the Ninch, Tom Rhodes the other scorer. Matheiu Piligry 2, Hayden Figures and Kiernan Tuffett replying for the Lympets.
Dawlish United came from a goal down to beat Millwey Rise 3-1. Richard Morgan, Dave O’Brian and Harvey Tootell-Morgan with the home goals, Luke Thirlow and Stuart King for Millwey.
Tom Sicklemore and Rob Chidgey found the net for Otterton 2-1 winners at Exmouth Town.
Sandford set the pace in 4 West after a 3-0 victory at Morchard Bishop. Two goal Gary Stagg and Nathan Mew did the damage.
Witheridge won 3-1 at Bow AAC, Joe Badcock, Quinton Smith and Dan Stafford-Loxely on target. Alfie Eastley scored for Bow.
Monday 5th October 2020