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Lyme get nine but Feniton lead the charge

Brief round up of the weekend matches

Feniton made a bold statement at their ambition to become champions with a 4-1 win at third place Kentisbeare. An Aaron Pearse double, Oscar Walsh and Max Cooper aces were too much for the Kents whose Aiden Horne notched their consolation.
Colyton were also impressive at Upottery where they clocked up a nap hand without reply. Billy Knox struck twice, Callum Somers, and the two Jake’s, Richards and Collier once. Owen McCreadie Taylor was the pick for Upottery.
Lyme Regis went goal crazy at home to Dawlish United, a 9-0 feast for Fort Davey fans. Joe Bond with his 25th hat-trick, Fred Parsons and Brad Rowe with pairs, and singles from Tyler Wellman and Mark Bailey sank their visitors.
Beer Albion won their massive derby at Seaton Town 3-1 with Giles Basson 2 and Jay Catley getting the goals. Mike Baker had the seasiders consolation.
Whipton & Pinhoe drew 2-2 with Chard Town at the Arena.

Only two matches played but a cracker at Crediton United where Thorverton shared a 4-4 draw. Piers McLauchlin, Josh Hole, Sam Stewart and Luke Barner with the away goals.
Hatherleigh Town came close to their first point but just missed out 2-1 to visitors Alphington.

Leaders Exmouth Rovers were given a tough test by Lyme Regis before coming out 2-0 winners. James Clarke and Felix Ford with the goals.
Exmouth Spartans had a similar battle against neigbours Lympsone before edging it 2-1. Sam Dickinson and Tom Chudley on target for the Spartans whose Jordan Bishop was their top player. A late Lympets reply was described as a belter.
East Budleigh came good 4-2 at Dunkeswell Rovers with Jack Hocking, Goy Loverack, Alan Savage and Will Price getting a goal apiece. Steve Morrison and Max McKeown shared the Dunks pair.
Tipton St John won their derby against Otterton 3-1, Connor Mcnamara-Campbell, Josh Bradley and Jody Freeman with their goals. Lee Mitchell replied but a red card for sub Ryan Mitchell just two minutes after coming on.

Another powerhouse performance from leaders Wellington 6-1 at Westexe Park Rangers. Rohan Poulson with another double, Brad Holmans, Dan Nicholls, Luke Perry and Liam Thorne as well on target.
Sandford were 4-0 winners at Uplowman Athletic, Dean Jones 2, Darren Hughes and Dean Pidgeon on the mark.
Tedburn St Mary won the other game played 2-0 against Alphington. Nigel Geoghegan and Abdel Abouelsaad also on the mark.

Axminster Town were unstoppable at East Budleigh where they ran out 9-1 winners. Sam Rice with a consolation for Budleigh.
Cranbrook and Sidmouth Town shared six goals in the other game played. Joe Ashby 2 and Mark Pearse with the vikings share.
Ottery St Mary staged their game against Colyton on friday and overran their guests 13-0. Rikki Pitter scooped six sub Billy Rouse with a hat-trick and aces from Corey Holman, James Gosney, Lorin Newcombe and Matt Byrne.

Leaders St Martins shaded a tough test at Culm United, Josh Jays with the goal for a 1-0 victory.
Devon Yeoman came out 2-1 at South Zeal United. Jake Battishall and Corey Salter with their goals. Connor Mills with the home strike.
Ross Voaden slammed a hat-trick for Okehampton Argyle 6-1 winners at Hemyock, Scott Hooper, Ryan Gross and Ryan Lee adding singles.

Only two matches but a 20 goal tally with Dawlish United heading the spree 11-2 at home to Devon Yeoman. Tom Wills getting a hat-trick all from Ricky Rysdale corners, Alex Dobbin, Ryan Challinor and Tom Alldridge two each, Callum Mckenzie and Jamie Perryman one each. A Stanton Foggin penalty and Alex Stone were the Yeoman scorers.
Topsham Town racked up a 7-0 win against Upottery, Mark Pavey and Rui Prior with two apiece, Zak Harwood, Matt Mottershead and Mark Rogers with the others.

Five out of five for leaders Cullompton Rangers after their 4-1 win against Elmore. Brendon Cherry, Ben Scott, Matt Turner and Elliot Perrott with a goal each.
Dan Koita had all three for Witheridge 3-1 winners at Central, and Bravehearts also won 3-1 at home to Chagford. Kris Roper, Greg Hooper and Lewis Fountain with their goals.
Cheriton Fitzpaine and Halwill drew 1-1 in the other game played.

Scoring machime Jamie Sly had all four goals for Kenn United as they returned to action after three weeks off, a 4-1 win against Beacon Knights.
Josh Badham went one better with five for Cheriton Fitzpaine 7-0 winners at Newton St Cyres. Ciaran Jones and Jack Dafters with one each.
Tedburn St Mary were 2-0 winners at Whipton & Pinhoe, Dan Fox and Bradley Holland with late goals.
Cranbrook United won 3-1 against City Raiders whose Nathan Bell nabbed a consolation goal.
A lively match at Thorverton where Priory shared six of the best. Chris Powell 2 and Chris Harlow with the home share, Emiljano Mucaj 2 and Jason Ronchetti for the away side.

Seaton Town edged into top spot but only with a 3-3 draw at HT Dons and their first dropped points. Chris Wellman 2 and Adam Whitehouse with the Seaton goals, Sean Tapping-Davis 2 and Pete Gill for the Dons.
Lympstone won their derby at home to Exmouth Town 2-1, Dylan Williams getting the away goal.
Matt Reed and Matt Rawlings were on target for Bradninch at Millwey Rise but were beaten 3-2.

Sandford stay top after a 2-0 win at home to Lapford. Brad Elliot and Phil Greenslade with the goals.
A lively game at Bickleigh where they beat AFC Morchard Bishop 4-2. Jack Lester 2, Tom Head and Ben Lentell for the buzzards, Chris Andrews and Joe Gorman for Morchard.
Ryan Arthurs had both for Okehampton as they saw off Westexe Park Rangers 2-1.

Sunday 25th October 2020