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St Thomas and Heart of Oak both crowned champions

Amory steal the limelight with first point


Two championships were decided this week but down in the depths of Division Nine its Amory Green Rovers who stole the limelight with their first point of the season after holding Hemyock to a 2-2 draw. Goals from Mark Down and Ashley Sparkes for the Tiverton club, Ben Gubb and Elliot Worth for the Hems.

The Heart of Oak were crowned Division Eight champions after the League awarded them the points from an unplayed match at Cranbrook United recently, and St Thomas Social Club captured the Division Six title following a 2-0 win at home to Falcons who to their credit really gave them a run for their money.

AFC Exe could keep Exeter University waiting for the Division Five title until the last day of April after their 11-1 win at Upottery. If Exe complete their season with a win at Cranbrook United on tuesday evening they will be level on points with the college whose penultimate match is on 30th April when they return from their Easter break.
Bickleigh won 6-1 at home to Witheridge in the other match played, Jake Knapman with the Withy consolation, but Seaton were unable to field a side at Devon Yeoman.

Thorverton kept alive their hopes of finishing as runners up with a 2-1 win at home to Division Seven champions Starcross Dons. Bailey Carbines with the deciding goal. Victory against Beacon Knights later this month will do the job for the thors as current occupiers AFC Morchard Bishop have ended their season.

Westexe Park Rangers can do no better than fourth place in Division Eight despite their 7-0 win at Newton St Cyres and two matches still to play.

LEAGUE CUP Intermediate divisions

Cranbrook United made it two wins from two in Group B of the League cup after a 6-2 win at Exmouth Rovers. Chris Porter snd Karl Riddell with the Rovers return.
Feniton avenged their defeat by Ex Dons winning 2-1 at Withycombe also in Group B.
Otterton take over as leaders from Whipton & Pinhoe Res after beating their rivals 6-1 in their Group D meeting. Cam Brown with a brace, Melchor Manowski, Richard Johnson, Dan Tapp and Callum Moore with the Otters goals.

Devon Yeomen are into the semi finals of the Bill Slee competition with a nap hand victory at Seaton Town.

Sunday 3rd April 2022