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WEEKEND ROUND UP
Premiers top game saw both Kentisbeare and early leaders Lapford shared the points from a 3-3 thriller. Jake Searle netted twice for the home side with Luke Horne also scoring. Josh Phillips, Mark Tucker and Gavin Weeks with the Lapford goals.
Beer Albion climbed into third place after thumping Okehampton Argyle 6-1. Two goals from Reece Best with singles from George Harwood, Taylor Rooke, Josh French and Ryan King.
Lyme Regis are off the mark thanks to a 2-0 win against Dawlish United. Cally Garrett and Brad Rowe with the goals.
Sidmouth Town edged Ottery St Mary 1-0, but the Otters were delighted by youngster Zal Tilley on his debut.
Axminster Town and Elmore shared the spoils from a 1-1 draw.
Two goals from Tom Parkins earned Division One leaders Crediton United a 2-0 win against Topsham Town, their first defeat.
Alphington are on their heels after a comfortable 5-0 win at Halwill, and they overtake Chard Town who were checked with a 1-1 draw at Bow AAC.
Upottery were the big winners a 7-0 triumph against Lympstone. Steve Morris with a hat-trick, Cody Tratt-Skinner 2, Brett Sellick and an own goal made up the tally.
Sandford had their unbeaten record holed by visiting East Budleigh 4-2, but Wellington clocked up their first points as they won a cracking game against Newtown 2-0. Liam Thorne and Luke Perry with a goal each.
Teignmouth take up the pace in Division Two as they sent Tedburn St Mary packing 6-1, and with Tipton St John slipping to a 2-1 defeat at Beer Albion. Simon Smith and Jake Clode with the fishermens catch, Sam Baker for Tipton.
Chagford, Newton St Cyres and Alphington join the crush at the top. The moormen beat Winkleigh 2-0, Cyres defeated Uplowman Athletic 3-1, Tim Leveridge, Dylan Wilson and Billy Stone with their goals, and the Alphas edged Exmouth Spartans 1-0, Sam Washbourne with the vital goal.
Clyst Valley pocketed their first points with a 3-0 victory against Dunkeswell Rovers.
Westexe Park Rangers are the only Division Three side still with a 100% record and that was not threatened as they racked up an 8-1 success against Exeter United. Toby Hide with four goals, George Harvey 2, Ash Perrott and Callum Bolt with the others.
Devon Yeoman stay top but were held to a 1-1 draw by Lyme Regis whose Jonathan Davies scored their goal. Bailey Smith with the home goal.
St Martins won a cracker against Feniton 5-4 after being two up then 4-2 down. Finlay Short 2, Hugh Strong, Kyle Dare and Joe Winsor with the Saints goals. Oscar Dennison, Aaron Pearse, Thomas Kirsch and an own goal made up the Fenny tally.
Hemyock won a tight match at Axmouth United 2-1, Will Gay and another own goal making the differnce. Joe Blackmore with the home goal.
Seaton Town won 4-1 against Honiton in the other match played.
Bravehearts powered to another big win in Division Four as they blew Sidmouth Town away 7-0. Luke Jones and Harry Britton with braces for the braves, Tom Rhodes, Kris Roper and Toby Cunningham with singles.
Farway United sit second after beating Cullompton Rangers 3-1, but Cranbrook are on their heels following a 5-1 win against Broadclyst. Dan Mcdonald with a hat-trick, Joe Byrne with the other two.
Bampton are getting up a head of steam as they made the trip to Millwey Rise worthwhile and returned 3-0 to the good. Luke Andrew, Adam Findon and James Land with the ponies goals.
Witheridge and Colyton shared a 2-2 draw, Richard Manning and Adam Pincombe with the home goals.
Great start to the season by AFC Exe, they head Division Five after clocking up a 3-0 win at nearest challengers Awliscombe United, which makes four in a row.
In third place with their first win Amory Green Rovers crushed Offwell Rangers on their own patch 7-0. Darren Heale with four goals, brother Shane with the other three, but man of the match was Rangers keeper Kieran Downton.
Topsham Town went a goal better at home to Upottery winning 8-0, Mark Rodgers with half their tally. Matt Brown, Alain Brook, Aghil Badavi and Callum Reynolds all in the act as well.
James Gosney had both goals for Cranbrook United 2-0 winners at Elmore, Chaeriton Fitzpaine grabbed their first points winning 4-2 at Dawlish United.
Three clubs dominate in Division Six, Okehampton Argyle with their heads in front after cruising to an 8-1 win against Seaton Town. Ryan Arthurs with five goals, Alfie Nichols with the other three.
Falcons had a tougher against against Sandford but came good 4-2 Etan Parsons, Gavin Richards, Vinnie Newell and McCauley Campbell with the home goals.
St Thomas stunned Kenn Valley United 2-1 a rare defeat for the home side.
Newcomers Uplyme enjoyed a 7-0 win at home to Devon Yeoman, Jonathan Day with a hat-trick and a penalty for Wes Holmes.
Central won their city derby against Broadclyst 3-1, George White with the home goal.
AFC Morchard Bishop jump clear as Division Seven leaders after their 3-0 win at Cheriton Fitzpaine. Chris Andrews 2 and Adam Bell scoring.
Thorverton into third place with a 2-0 win against Dawlish United, Pete Hensor and Bailey Carbines on the mark, followed by Satcrross Dons whose Pawel Kaminski had both goals in their 2-0 win against Priory.
Two goals for Ryan Upham as Bradninch get their first win 4-0 against Sidmouth Town. Paul Metcalfe and James Vincent adding singles.
Alex Rowe with the only goal for Beqcon Knights 1-0 winners at Otterton.
Whipton & Pinhoe too strong for Newton St Cyres where they won 10-0 and so top the Division Eight table. Andrew Felton with a nap hand, Harry Fawkes, Lewis Brown, Dave Hurford, Tai Mitchell and Brandon Ronchetti getting a goal apiece.
Cranbrook United sit third after a narrow 1-0 win at home to Exeter Panthers, Jack Wright with the goal.
Westexe Park Rangers won 7-0 at Tedburn St Mary, and have now lashed up 18 goals in two games with conceding.
Heart of Oak were 2-0 winners at North Tawton, while City Raiders and Bow AAC shared six goals, William Bye 2 and Tom Hunt on target for the Raiders.
Hatherleigh Town moved clear as Division Nine leaders after beating newcomers Chudleigh Athletic 5-2. Owen Rutley 2, Ryan Quick, Martin Galvin and Jake Laing-Taylor with the home goals.
South Zeal held to a 3-3 draw by City Raiders, Harry Tickner 2 and Scott Hooper with the Zeal goals.
Exmouth Rovers off the mark winning 3-1 at Amory Green Rovers, Aaron Dare 2 and Paddy McGuinness with the goals. Elton Hoxhaj replying.
Ex Dons won 7-1 at Hemyock whose James Melville notched their only goal.
Sunday 5th September 2021