Charlie's double helps Fenny back to the top
UNBEATEN Feniton edged into top spot in the Premier Division on goal difference after a 3-1 win against Heavitree Social United.
However, they face an equally tough task to stay there with a game at Newtown this weekend.
Neither Feniton nor Heavitree, who have lost just once, were at their best, but after a blank first half the home team went ahead through Charlie Selley.
Undaunted, Heavitree equalised through Adam Place, before a Ben Ede free-kick and a Selley goal gave Feniton the points in front of watching Hatherleigh, St Martins and Newtown spectators.
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The only other top side in action were Morchard Bishop who saw off Thorverton 3-0.
Two-goal John Bradford and Kenny Ord scored.
Beer Albion were twice behind against Willand Rovers, but then hit a purple patch and won 5-2. Richard Walker and Chris Long both scored twice for Beer with Dan Booth and Lloyd Beech on target for Willand.
Exeter University won 4-2 at Seaton Town with goals from Miguel Torres, Toby Yeates, Tay Marriott and Myles Blenkinsop. Dan Norman had both Seaton goals.
Alphington were delighted with a 2-2 draw at East Budleigh in the only Division One game to beat the weather.
The Alphas were 2-1 ahead but, having had a man sent off, were still pleased to earn a vital point.
Josh Hole, 16, scored both Alphington goals. Si Tuley netted a penalty and Kevin Hill also scored for Budleigh.
Bow AAC were left fuming after referee Martin Stephens refused to start their game against Culm United.
Both teams were ready and happy to play, but the official felt the pitch was unplayable in places and was not prepared to go ahead.
The Eagles from Elmore flew six-points clear in Division Two after a 4-1 victory at pointless Chagford.
Callum Old (2), Kevin Mills and Gavin Batten scored for Elmore, with Adam Pidgeon on target for Chagford.
Lympstone soared into fourth place in Division Three after their 5-2 win against Offwell Rangers.
Both Jeff Dorman and substitute Aiden Figures scored twice, with Andy Lowe completing the scoring.
The University won 2-0 against bottom-of-the-table Sandford in the other game played.
Newtown shot a big hole in Chulmleigh's promotion ambitions when they beat their Division Four visitors 2-1. Adam Smith and Corey O'Donoghue scored for Newtown.
Third-placed Exeter University beat second-from-top Axminster Town 3-2 with goals from Stefano Falsini, Ali Cullen and Connor Hamill. Aly Barter starred for the Students.
Exmouth Town won 3-2 at the Lord's XI who, after being 3-0 down, made a gallant bid to save a point with a Julian Wills penalty and an Andy Empson goal.
Okehampton and Exmouth Amateurs drew 3-3, with John Coakly, Brad Ausden and Sam Ewen scoring for the Okes.
All five Division Five games were postponed because of the weather, and only one match was played in each of the lower divisions.
Topsham won 2-0 at Dawlish United, who drop out of the top three in Division Six, but Fluxton opened a three-point cushion in Division Seven after their 5-2 win against Starcross Generals.
A hat-trick from Richard Rapps and an Alex Paget brace did the job for Fluxton. That was after Alex and brother Oliver Paget spent six hours marking out a new pitch and moving the goalposts on Saturday to prepare for the game.
Newtown are the proud new leaders of Division Eight after beating Alphington 6-1. Adam Summers, with a hat-trick, Chris Bushell, Guy Privett and Adam Boulter were the Newtown marksmen.
Sampford Peverell's hopes of reaching the area final of the Devon Intermediate Cup were blown away by a 7-1 defeat at home against holders Millwey Rise. Richie Durrant notched the only Sampford goal.
Topsham beat Morchard Bishop 4-2 in the Football Express Cup with Aaron Street getting a couple of goals. Marc Frost and Phil Greenslade scored for Morchard.