Proud Panthers pounce first time win
Weekend round up here
Huge day for newcomers Exeter Panthers who pounced for their first ever victory winning 5-3 at Newton St Cyres. Hat-trick star for the Division 4 Central team was Reece Phillips.
A powerful Lapford ran up a cricket score against a lightweight young Hatherleigh side to top Premier West. Lapford won 15-0 with Chris Burrow and Harry Leach getting four apiece. Josh Phillips with a hat-trick, Tom Broome with a pair, Dom Stapleton and Ben Tucker with singles completed the batting.
Thorverton moved up to second place after a very satisfying 2-1 victory at Elmore, Chris Powell and Josh Hole scoring. Jordan Whitfield was their man of the match.
Bampton and Exwick Villa shared a six goal thriller, Tom Bedingham, Mason King and Ryan White scoring for the ponies, Sam Clarke with a brace and Ashley James Brittan for Villa.
Chagford and Newtown drew 2-2, Jake Ranger and Kyle Costa scoring to get the Exeter team back from trailing 2-0.
Alphington made the trip to Crediton worthwhile coming out 2-0 ahead.
Feniton came from behind to win 2-1 at Seaton Town to stay top of Premier East on goal difference. Josh French had Seaton ahead, but Cody Skinner and Oscar Walsh goals turned the game over.
Joint leaders Dawlish United also won 2-1 at Sidmouth Town who are still without a point.
Beer Albion were too strong for Chard Town where they won 4-0, Jacob Hale striking twice, Chris Long and Giles Basson once.
Kentisbeare became the first team to stop Colyton, winning 2-0 with Aiden Horne getting both goals.
Whipton & Pinhoe pocketed their first points with a 5-2 victory against Upottery. Dylan Dare 2, Aaron Streat, Callum Hoare and Jamie Dingle were their scorers.
Exmouth Rovers head One East thanks to a 4-1 success at home to Clyst Valley.
Beer Albion made it three wins from three, but their 2-1 win at home to Otterton was a nail-biter
Dunkeswell Rovers beat Lympstone 3-0, Max McKeown, Gavin Richards and Josh Cann sharing the goals.
Exmouth Spartans celebrated their first points winning 3-0 against Honiton, while Tipton St John and East Budleigh shared the points from a 2-2 draw. Jody Freeman and Jake Freeman scored for the home side.
Wellington are setting a hot pace in One West. Jake Nichol and Roham Poulsom scored the goals in a 2-0 win at Newton St Cyres.
Sandford in second place also won 2-0 at Westexe Park Rangers. Darren Hughes and Dean Jones with the goals and Halwill stay a point behind after beating Uplowman Athletic 4-2. Andrew Char, Jack Walter, Andy Wonnacott and Darren Webber were their marksmen.
Tedburn St Mary beat North Tawton 3-2, Rui Alves and Ciaran Nicks scoring for the Tawts.
Elsewhere Winkleigh racked up a 6-1 win against a struggling Heavitree, with 16 year old Freddie Finch getting his first goal. Robin Knight with a hat-trick, his third from the penalty spot, Kieran McGinley and Jonathan Butler built up the Winks tally.
In the other match played Alphington edged out Bow AAC 2-1. Rikki Tucker and Sam Washbourn with the home goals, Peter Steer replying.
No stopping Axminster Town at the moment as the Division 2 East leaders powered home 7-1 against Sidmouth Town on thursday. Jamie Girton headed the scoring with a hat-trick.
Ottery St Mary remain their closest rivals after a 6-1 win at Colyton whose Matt Penfold scored their only goal. On fire Rikki Pitter notched a hat-trick for the Otters, Connor Swingler struck twice and Cory Holman once.
Feniton beat Bishop Blaize 3-2 Isaac Roderick, Oscar Dennison and Tom Kirsch finding the net. Brendon Green and Sam Seldon blazed home for the Bishop.
Millwey Rise won 3-1 at Cranbrook United with Ty Allen, Zak Meaker and Tom Bastin netting one apiece, East Budleigh undid Axmouth United 3-0 with goals from Dan Atkinson, Tom Marker and Tim Whiteoak.
St Martins are really enjoying life as the West leaders, their latest success a 6-0 victory at Hemyock. Josh Jays scoring twice.
Bampton had their first win, 5-1 at South Zeal with Leian Hunter striking twice. Singles came from James Land, Luke Andrews, and Jack Isaacs. Sam Jones netted the ponies goal.
Devon Yeoman and Central shared a city derby with six goals, and Sampford Peverll and Culm shared four goals.
AFC Exe top the 3 East Division after their excellent 4-2 win at Dawlish who scored both their goals in the last five minutes from Callum Mckenzie. Max Squires 2, Morgan Maule and James Plumer were the Exe men.
Farway United beat Devon Yeoman 3-0 with Jack Murrell, Billy Reed and Ernie Stobbs holing out.
Awliscombe United were 4-1 winners at Offwell Rangers, Joe Mulhall scoring twice. Jack Butt and Martin Willmington added singles.
Cameron Salter was the matchwinner for Cranbrook United with the only goal at Upottery.
Broadclyst are setting a hot pace in 3 West, their latest success at home to Elmore winning 4-1. Dylan Pearce, Stuart Tyrer, Leon Gregory and Tyler Cole with the goals.
Bradninch beat Halwill 6-1 to keep second place. Max Atifeh with a hat-trick, Dan Nation, and Ryan Trump and Curt Goff with penalties.
Thorverton joined inactive leaders Kenn Valley after winning a belter at home to City Raiders 4-3. Bailey Carbines 2, Connor Palmer and Luke Skinner were thors marksmen.
Cranbook United were held to a goalless draw by Tedburn St Mary, but clamber above Cheriton Fitzpaine as they had the day off.
Whipton & Pinhoe were held to a 3-3 draw by Priory, David Hurford, Charlie Way and Jake Cole getting the home goals.
New boys Falcons head 4 East after edging Otterton 2-1 thanks to a brace of penalties from John Lacey. Jay Tanner was their outstanding player.
Bradninch won at HT Dons 5-3 Max Rawlings, Tom Rhodes, Sheridan Vile, Leo Scrace and man of the match Ryan Upham scoring.
Dawlish United cantered to a 4-0 win at Lympstone with Harry Simpson bagging a hat-trick. Gabe Osborne also scored.
Sandford held on to top spot in 4 West but only just. A Ricky Turner goal gave them a 1-0 win against a gallant Amory Green Rovers who still remain pointless.
Okehampton stay second after winning 5-3 against Morchard Bishop.
Bickleigh beat Lapford 3-1 goals coming from Elliot Mallinson, Tom Head and a Ross Emery penalty.
Steve Ward, Jack Evans and Morgan Woods found the net for North Tawton who beat Dolton Rangers 3-1.
Monday 12th October 2020