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Upottery checked for the first time by the tins



Division One leaders Upottery were checked for the first time time this season held to a 2-2 draw by Teignmouth.
Second place Winkleigh went under 4-2 at the University, and so were joined by Beer Albion after their 3-0 victory at home to Lympstone, which was their first setback.
Bow AAC celebrated their first win in style at East Budleigh 6-1 who in turn still seek a first victory.

St Martins kept their five point lead in Division Two when they accounted for Clyst Valley 7-0, and it could have been more but for some great stops by the young Valley goalkeeper.
Exmouth Spartans were 3-1 winners at home to Cranbrook on their new Warren View base, while the University are already up to third place on goal difference after just their second win 6-1 at Tedburn St Mary.
Farway United won their local derby at Tipton St John 2-0, and a similar result in the derby at Dunkeswell where the Rovers cantered in 4-0 against a Feniton side still without a point.

Hemyock won the top game in Division Three 1-0 against Heavitree United who give way on goal difference to a revived Seaton Town 7-1 winners at Broadclyst, and AFC Exe who beat South Zeal United 3-1.
A first win for Lyme Regis at home to the University by 2-1, the college turning out for the first time.

East Budleigh top Division Four with five straight wins, the latest at Exeter United where they ran out 5-1.
St Thomas tuck in behind after beating Budleigh Salterton 3-1, and Elmore stay third but were run close by Dawlish United before egetting over the line 2-1. It was also tight at Sidmouth Town where Cullompton Rangers edged it 3-2.
The University opened their season with a feast of goals at Colyton 8-3.



Sunday 2nd October 2022