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TANGERINES HIGHLIGHT GREAT ACTION IN ALL DIVISIONS

SENIOR & INTERMEDIATE ROUND UP SATURDAY NOVEMBER 25

Wellington Res stole the limelight in Division One as they ended the unbeaten record of Exeter University 3rds winning 1-0 at Duckes Meadow.
St Martins retained their five points cushion as leaders as they blew away Newtown Res 6-2, Newtown did their best but lacked the cutting edge of the Exminster club.
Rivals Teignmouth Res cut it much finer winning 2-1 at home to East Budleigh.
Lympstone were hard pressed to get the better of Ottery St Mary Res 4-3 but it doubled their wins for the season and was a big boost.
Sadly Dawlish United were yet again unable to raise a side for their game at Bow AAC.

There is real drama building up in the top half of Division Two with Farway United 8-0 winners at home to Tedburn St Mary, taking over top spot on goal difference from Central who were checked by a 1-1 draw at Feniton Res.
Westexe Prk Rangers are also in the mix after they bagged the points at home to Clyst Valley Res but it was close at 2-1.
Beer Albion Res were 2-0 winners at Exmouth Spartans, and watch out for the University 4ths who won 4-0 away at Tipton St John.
South Zeal United beat Seaton Town 3-1, the seasiders really struggling at the moment.

Budlegh Salterton Res the Division Three leaders ended the 100% record of rivals Broadclyst as they won an entertaining clash 4-2, but they have big competition from Witheridge who also won 4-2 at Alphington Res which in turn ended their unbeaten record.
Heavitree United shared the points with the University 5ths with a 2-2 scoreline, and it also ended squarely at Bravehearts where they were held by Sidmouth Town 3rds.
The vikings draw mean Lyme Regis Res are now last after they went under 3-2 at Hemyock, but a similar scoreline saw Halwill profit from their trip to East Budleigh Res.

Strange happenings in Division Four as the unbeaten Heart of Oak held leaders Bickleigh to a 2-2 draw after being two down, yet the Oaks drop a slot.
Honiton Town Res suffered their first defeat going down 3-2 at Uplyme, but the team to watch are the University 6ths who won 3-0 at Elmore 3rds.
Cullompton Res trip to Chagford proved very profitable as they ran out 5-0 winners, but for the moormen that was at least only half the goals they conceded just a week ago.
Dunkeswell Rovers came out 3-2 ahead in a tough clash with visitors AFC Morchard Bishop, and big smiles for Cheriton Fitzpaine wherer they have their first point from a 2-2 draw at home to Colyton Res.

With Division Five leaders Starcross Dons denied a trip to Millwey Rise because of an unfit ground, their lead was cut back to nine points by St Martins Res 2-0 winners at Tops United.
The other game played saw Whipton & Pinhoe win their mid-table battle against the University 6ths 3-1.

The Railway FC regained top spot in Division Six and lengthened their 100% record winning 5-0 at home to Whipton & Pinhoe Res who drop back to second place.
Great 2-2 draw for Exeter Royals as they held high flying Bampton, but a second defeat for Ex Dons losing 2-1 at the Beacon Knights.
Witheridge Res won 3-2 against the bottom club Axmouth United who in turn are showing a big improvement.

Huge shock in Division Seven as leaders Uplowman Athletic had their unbeaten record shattered by the University 8ths who won 3-2.
City Raiders Res share top spot after they swept Westexe PR Res aside 4-0, and Priory kept pace as they trounced Tedburn St Mary Res 8-0.
South Zeal Res won the basement game at Phoenix United 5-1, and Bradninch stunned visitors North Tawton 6-3, which was just their second defeat.

Alphington 3rds clocked up their 9th victory as Division Eight leaders 3-1 at Starcross Dons Res, but they still have rivals Heavitree United Res on their tail as they saw off Bow AAC Res 7-0, and also Lympstone Res who took care of City Raiders 3rds 5-1.
Amory Rovers accounted for Farway United Res 8-2, and Millwey Rise Res enjoyed their trip to Okehampton 3rds where they came good 5-1. 33 goals in total from the five matches played.

 

 

 

 

 

Sunday 26th November 2023