Defensive error costs Isca as visitors claim spoils
ISCA University suffered a late defeat as Firebrands capitalised on a defensive error to win a five-goal thriller.
Claire Thomas opened the scoring for Isca on 15 minutes, deflecting home Tam Pascoe's cross.
The tempo lifted and Isca had chances to increase the score but it remained 1-0 at half-time.
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In the second half Firebrands started brighter, scoring two goals in five minutes to make it 2-1. Isca responded with a very well-worked goal – Thomas setting up player-of-the-match Taryn Beuthin. With the match finely balanced, a mistake saw Firebrands score the winner.
Exe missed out on the chance to reach the Devon Cup final as they were beaten by a strong Teign side.
Teign started strongly and got their goal after 15 minutes. Exe put them under pressure for the remainder of the match but couldn't find an equaliser.
Okehampton capitalised on a shakey Exe start to win this Petroc Division Two match, with two early goals.
A positive and encouraging teamtalk led Exe to go out with more fight at the start of the second half. With end-to-end play, Exe put in some good counter attacks but Oke scored again from a breakaway run.
East Devon are now back to the top of the league after a comfortable away win against Camborne.
Luke Huxham opened the scoring with a powerful drag flick before Clarke Drew doubled the lead. After half-time East Devon were in total control when Robin Fern scored from the back post before Clarke finished off a great win.
East Devon kept their winning streak going with a tough 2-0 win against Marjons. With the score goalless at half-time and having lost Simon Dallas through injury, East Devon stepped up a gear and went 1-0 up when Will Evens sent Tyrone France through to finish clinically.
France made it 2-0 when he turned at the top of the D to fire into the corner after good work from Seb McCaughan. East created plenty of other chances and kept the ball well for the rest of the game to see out the win comfortably.