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It may be the exit for Exe

St Thomas lose for the first time ever


AFC Exe may have seen their Division Five title hopes blown away after a 3-1 defeat at Dawlish United. Goals from Jack Cble, Ryan Gray and Greg Jolly sank the Exe which saw the University gallop three points clear with a game in hand, following their 8-3 victory against Upottery.
Third place Elmore hopes were also almost ended after being held to a goalless draw by a battling Amory Green Rovers.

In Division Six Uplyme are the ever first club to beat St Thomas Social Club winning a thriller 4-3. Saints scorers were Sam Haggar, Aaron Haggar and Jackson Maloney.
The University in second place won their penultimate match 2-1 at Bickleigh but Seaton Town had to postpone their game at home to Sandford.
Kenn Valley United in action for the first time in over a month twice blew the lead at Okehampton Argyle where it finished 4-4. Phil White, Steve Cain, Calum Finnimore and man of the match Jacques Vissiere all with a goal each.

Division Seven champions Starcross Dons still with two matches to play beat Bradninch 7-3 who were ending their season. Sheri Vile, Will Birley and Rob Draper with the Ninch goals.
Thorverton kept alive their chance of finishing runners up scraped a 1-0 win against Cheriton Fitzpaine thanks to a Darren Osmond goal.

The Heart of Oak are on the brink of winning the Division Eight crown with second place Cranbrook United unable to field a side for their clash, and with current leaders Whipton & Pinhoe suffering a 5-0 defeat in their final outing at Westexe Park Rangers.
Exeter Panthers maintained their good form as they beat Millwey Rise 5-0, Nathan Hopkins with a hat-trick and Louis Scholfied with the other two.
Elsewhere Bow AAC and North Tawton drew 2-2. James Ebdy with the two Bow goals.

Only one game played in Division Nine which saw Hemyock beat basement rivals Feniton 4-2 with goals from Will Burns-Cox, Anthony Doble, Elliot Worth and Cameron Tracey.

In Group Two of the end of season cup tournament the match at Hatherleigh Town was abandoned midway through the second half with the home club leading 8-0.
AFC Morchard Bishop were 2-0 winners at home to South Zeal United, Alfie Egletonn and Antek Wozny scoring, while Beacon Knights and Otterton drew 4-4. Tom Hocking, Jacob Phillips, Alex Rowe and Peter Sowton with the Knights cut, Richard Johnson 2, Calum Moore and a Curtis Fewings penalty for the Otters.

Awliscombe United won their Bill Slee cup match at Hemyovk 3-0, Joe Mulhall 2 and Ben Gay with the goals.


Sunday 20th March 2022