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Kirtons drawing wider

Yeoman clinch place in next round of Bill Slee cup


Crediton United widened their first division lead to a massive 12 points following their narrow 2-1 win at Wellington. Tom Broome and  Reece Jordan with the goals after Aaron Merry fired the tangerines into a first half lead. Skipper Mark Owen outstanding for the home side,
The University and Sandford finished all square at 2-2, Darren Hughes and Dean Jones with the Sandford goals, while Newtown were delighted with a 3-1 win at home to Halwill, Ashley Mcdermid, Fergal O’Rourke and Seb Richards sharing their goals.

Beer Albion were again in the mood to dominate top place in Division Two as they sent Teignmouth packing 3-0. Simon Smith, Tom Perry and Harry Lawrence with the goals.
Winkleigh climbed into second place from a 4-0 win at Clyst Valley, and much needed victories for Tedburn St Mary 1-0 against the University Cameron Salter scoring, and for Chagford who beat Dunkeswell Rovers 4-1.
Tipton St John and Alphington shared the points from a 1-1 draw.

Devon Yeoman who were in Bill Slee cup action saw their lead in Division Three halved by Westexe Park Rangers after a convincing 5-0 win at Exeter United. George Harvey with a hat-trick and an Elliot Perrott brace for the Rangers. The Yeoman won their cup tie 3-0 at home to AFC Exe, which books them a home date with either Upottery or Feniton. Corey Salter with a brace and Jacob Jack scored the Yeoman goals.
St Martins were out at Feniton enjoying a 5-3 win against the home side on the old Acland Park cricket pitch. Finlay Short with four goals and Hugh Stronge with the Minster goals. Oscar Dennison 2 and Tom Bushby with the Fenny goals.
No joy for Axmouth United who remain pointless after their 6-0 defeat at home to the University, and away wins also for Central 5-1 at Pinhoe, and for Hemyock 4-2 at Seaton Town.
Heavitree United and Honiton at least enjoyed a share of the spoils drawing 2-2. Omar Mohammed Askar and Taylor Murphy with the home goals, Chris Williams with both for hippos.

Farway United are steaming away as Division Four leaders and were more than pleased with an 8-1 derby victory at Colyton. Josh Short with a hat-trick, Gavin Herrord 2, Jack Murrell and Alister Forsyth with the other goals. Charlie Bye got the home goal.
Second spot Bravehearts with the day off had their position cut back by Cranbrook after winning their big derby game at Broadclyst 3-1. Tom Baxter, Steve Davey and Jordan Wilkinson with the Cranbrook goals.
Bampton slipped back after held 2-2 at Culm United but the home side are currently on the up. Callum Woodman and Stuart Bolt were the ponies marksmen.
Another draw over at Miilwey Rise where Sidmouth Town managed a 1-1 result. Robbie Hallett with the vikings equaliser.
South Zeal United edged Cullompton Rangers 2-1 with goals from Tom Walsh and Dillon Nicholas, and Witheridge also won 3-1 at home to East Budleigh.

Sunday 14th November 2021