Devon and Exeter League round-up
MORCHARD Bishop’s interest in the Premier Division title will be renewed on Saturday when they host Heavitree.
That is after a last-minute penalty gave the Mid Devon side a 2-1 win at Beer.
Morchard led through Matt Woodward, but Martin Adkin equalised before Will Elsworthy’s decisive spot-kick.
Topsham Town are also back in contention after goals from Matt Carstairs and Jon Dawson saw them beat the University 2-0.
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East Budleigh beat Heavitree 3-2. Si Tuley (2) and Kevin Pitt scored for Budleigh, with manager Dean Lyne-Ley and Mike Bond replying for the Heavies.
Budleigh Salterton and Clyst Valley shared a goalless draw.
Beacon Knights celebrated their first win in Division One as they beat Witheridge 2-0 with goals from Jack Greenslade and James Rothery.
Leaders Phoenix Club won 2-1 at Chagford, with James Fanson getting both goals. Paul Rowsell and Craig Higham scored in Exmouth Amateurs’ 2-1 victory against the University.
Bow suffered a 1-0 defeat at Cullompton, with James Bedford scoring, and Tipton beat Feniton 1-0, with an Adam Connett strike.
Paul Orchard scored for Culm United but they lost 2-1 against Wellington while Heavitree won 3-1 against Civil Service, with Chris Dunn, Richard Phillips and Jason Ronchetti on target.
Two late goals saw Division Two leaders Tiverton win 2-1 at Newtown, who had led through Paul Jackson.
Honiton celebrated their first win as they beat Pinhoe 4-0. Mark Bowles (2), Joe Dixon and Tim Genders netted.
Gavin Richards hit a hat-trick as Westexe beat Topsham 4-0. Jimmy Moore also scored.
Hat-tricks by Jordan Copp and Kevin Mills helped Uplowman win 7-0 at Clyst Valley. Bryan Gale also netted.
University’s Matt Slater and Luke Skipsey scored as they lost 4-2 against Halwill while a Callum Somers hat-trick and goals from George Moore and Richard Tratt saw Colyton beat Sidmouth 5-0.
Division Three leaders Bickleigh were 5-1 winners against South Zeal. Matt Atkins (2), Russell Pickford, Andrew Murphy and Shane Mears scored.
Dawlish won 5-1 at Winkleigh, with Ben Smith (2), Matt Hodgson, Isaac Reed and Lance Clark scoring. Kris Jordan had Zeal’s goal.
Colaton Raleigh beat Lympstone 3-2. Riki Pitter, Ben Farrington and Jake Boyland scored for the victors, with Mark Hobbs and Mark Dunne replying.
Keith Lane scored twice in Upottery’s 5-0 win against Axminster. Sam Winslade, Jack Reed and Matt Frost also netted.
Offwell beat Sandford 4-1, with Craig Sluman, Lewis Couch, Louis Grant and Liam Spiller scoring.
Dolphin exacted revenge for their only Division Four defeat of the season as they beat Whipton & Pinhoe 4-2. Matthew Lindley, Jimmy Lee-Shaw, Ashley Dart and Ricky Carpenter scored for Dolphin, with Tom Rowe and James Callard on target for their city rivals.
Crediton won 2-1 at Okehampton, with Darrell Clapp and Scott Boardman scoring. Brad Ausden had Okes’ goal.
A Luke Osmond hat-trick helped Thorverton beat University 5-1. Liam Vanstone and Sean Window also scored.
Bampton rocked Kentisbeare 5-1 as Connor Stone (2), Liam Ayers, Dan Coles and Rob Sheen netted. Chris Roper had Kents’ goal.
Tom Vincent and Richie Durrant scored twice as Seaton beat Countess Wear 5-0.
Alex Baird and Josh Essex scored Hemyock’s goals in a 2-1 win against Newton St Cyres.
Newtown made it seven wins from seven in Division Five after cruising to a 6-2 success at Heavitree. Ryan Pearson (2), Guy Privett (2), Dimitri Rakaz and Alfie Cleave scored, with Parry-Jean Jarman and Russell Newcombe replying. Dunkeswell moved off the bottom after a 7-3 win at Cullompton. Steve Morris (4), Max McKeown, Dan Snell and Charlie Thompson scored.
Leaders Woodbury beat Beer 3-1, with Tom Matthews, Micheal Simpson and Rhys Perry on target, and Axmouth beat Lord’s XI 1-0 as Charlie Clarke netted.
Culm were 3-1 down against Sampford but hit back to win 4-3, with Steve Alford, Danny Radford, Ben Sharland and Andrew Lloyd on target.
In Division Six Honiton went down 10-0 against leaders Chulmleigh while neighbours Awliscombe beat Topsham 4-2. Ben Gay and Pete Nelson both scored twice.
Clyst Valley hammered Chagford 7-1, with Jack Jordan (3), Rob Langmaid, Toby Tagg, Phil Thomas and Sam Cooper scoring, and Feniton thrashed East Budleigh 6-0, with Dan Thomas (2), Craig Bowden (2), Jon French and Dave Ebdon netting.
Westexe slumped to a 7-2 defeat at UAU, with Jamie Broomfield and Tom Howe netting consolations. Priory went down 5-2 against Bow, with Sean Selley and an own goal their only response.
Division Seven leaders Morchard Bishop made it 10 out of 10 with a 3-1 win against Stoke Hill. Phil Greenslade (2) and Mike Tapp scored for Morchard.
Amory Park Rangers won 2-1 at Dawlish. Tom Williams and Luke Shere scored for the Tiverton side, with Gary Moore replying.
Langdon were held 2-2 at Amory Argyle, whose Lee and Mark Butler scored. Dan Heagney and Leon Welsh replied.
Cei Frampton hit four goals for Sandford in their 5-4 loss to Topsham.
Silverton beat Bampton 5-3, with Jamie Farrell (2), Nat Davey, Mark Greenwood and Ricardo Ramos on target. Liam Hole (2) and Ryan Cottrell replied.