Intermediate round up
INTERMEDIATE ROUND UP
Just two matches played in Division Five with leaders AFC Exe taking their 100% record to six with an emphatic 8-1 win at home to Topsham Town.
The only other game played resulted in a 4-1 win for Cheriton Fitzpaine against Cranbrook United.
Division Six leaders Okehampton Argyle had to dig deep to better Central 2-1, while their nearest rivals Kenn Valley United had to recover from giving a two goal lead to Sandford before turning it around to win 5-2. Jamie Farrell with a great free kick and a Phil White penalty levelled it then hot shot Jamie Sly smashed home a hat-trick.
Falcons flying high were 3-0 winners at home to Devon Yeoman, Finlay Newell 2 and Harry Jee with their goals.
Bickleigh won a high scoring match at Witheridge 7-3, Charlie Rook getting a couple of goals back for Withy, and the University overwhelmed Seaton Town 16-2 although credit to the seasiders for getting a couple of goals.
With Division Seven leaders AFC Morchard Bishop rained off at Priory, Starcross Dons closed the gap with a narrow 4-3 win at home to Beacon Knights.
Otterton also closed the gap beating Thorverton 2-1, Joe Poulton and an own goal enough to clinch the points.
An impressive victory for Dolton Rangers as they sank Sidmouth Town 7-1, Quinton Smith notching four goals, Will Folland 2 and Shaun Milton also scoring.
Whipton & Pinhoe went six points clear as Division Eight leaders after their 2-0 win against Westexe Park Rangers. Jack Ronchetti and Lewis Brown with the goals.
Bow AAC racked up their first win 3-1 at North Tawton with Jamie Jackman 2 and Lee Friend scoring. Richard Keast replied for the Tawts.
City Raiders won a close game against Millwey Rise 3-2 Noah Northcott, Tom Hunt and Jack Godfrey sharing the goals.
Yet another close game at Newton St Cyres where Exeter Panthers snatched the points 4-3.
Starcross Dons closed the gap at the top of Division Nine to a single point thanks to a 5-0 win against Amory Green Rovers.
Hatherleigh Town moved up to third with a comfortable 6-1 win at home to Whipton & Pinhoe.
Ex Dons won 3-0 against Feniton in the other game played, Alex Bowyer, Callum Meldrum and Sam Skinner with their goals.
Sunday 3rd October 2021