Fremington hit double figures at Putford

Joseph Bulmer

Cup win provided goals galore on village pitch

FREMINGTON stormed into the North Area quarter-finals of the Devon Intermediate Cup with an 11-1 win at Putford Reserves on Saturday.

The Intermediate One leaders were too strong for the division’s bottom side and helped themselves to a third round tie with hat-tricks for Wayne Parkhouse and Andy King, on his first game back from suspension.

Luke Rigler and Matt Ford scored two each and there was a single for Andy Sanders.

Torridgeside Reserves also signalled their cup intentions with a 7-2 win at Winkleigh Reserves.

Winkleigh only turned up with a bare XI but put up a fight and actually opened the scoring in the match at Donnacroft.

Torrie turned it around to go 2-1 up at the break and when Winkleigh closed the gap at 3-2, the hosts pulled ahead in emphatic style.

Sean Letheren scored three, including one from the spot, and there was a double for Sam Pett and singles for Mark Sussex and Jay Sullivan.

Shaun Hastings opened the scoring for Anchor Chiefs after only four minutes of the game against Barnstaple FC.

But the Intermediate Two joint leaders got the breaks in the second half and capitalised on a goalkeeper error, a contested referee decision and a penalty kick to win the match 3-1.

Oliver Robinson scored twice for Clovelly in a 6-2 win against Bratton Fleming Reserves.

Matt Nailor, Marten Stanbury, Kieren Vanstone and Rob Kearney also scored for Clovelly, while Nick Brazier was named man-of-the-match for his part in the goals. Neil Tweedie scored both for Bratton.

Equalizers lost 2-1 at Merton, Woolacombe & Mortehoe were beaten 2-0 at home to Chulmleigh and Landkey Town lost 5-0 at home to Ashwater. Northside Atlantic were given an away walkover in their match at Folly Gate and Inwardleigh.

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