Top spot still up for grabs as five teams battle for silverware.

It’s still all to play for in the Senior Division, with any one of five teams still in with a shout of landing the title.

Braunton Reserves lead the charge but have played more games than the rest of the chasing pack.

They beat Woolacombe & Mortoehoe 5-2 on Saturday to go three points ahead of Hartland. But even if they win their final three matches, Braunton will face a nervy wait to get their hands on the title.

Third-placed Landkey have the most games still to play – seven between now and May 24.

They dew 3-3 with Combe Martin on Tuesday week but put five past Northam Lions without reply on Saturday.

Woolacombe are mathematically still in the title mix, as are Woolsery, who could leapfrog the rest with eight wins in their final eight matches.

In other Senior matches this week, Ross Rippon scored the only goal in Chittlehampton’s 1-0 win at Merton.

Jon Butler, Blake Ladley, Russell Ovey and Tom Robinson scored North Molton Reserves’ goals in a 4-2 win at home to Lynton and Lynmouth. Luke Dyer and Jasper Tucker scored the goals for the visitors.

And congratulations to James Ashton, who scored all five goals for Shebbear United in a 5-3 win at South Molton. Ashton bagged his first on five minutes but the Images were level soon after when Lewis Stevens headed in from a corner.

They took the lead on 20 minutes, Luke Adams, scoring his first goal for the club.

Ashton scored a second for Putford to make it 2-2 ,10 minutes before the break, but on the stroke of the halftime – whistle, manager Matt Yates put Molton back in front.

But a second-half Ashton hat-trick denied them what would have been only their second win of the season.

Intermediate One

Wayne Goldsmith scored a hat-trick in Barnstaple FC Reserves’ 10-0 win over Torrington Reserves in Intermediate One on Saturday.

There were doubles for Dan Dempster and Connor Nash in the Tews Lane whitewash. Chris Holding, Jon Baines and James Jenkins were also on target.

Damian Inch scored the vital goal in Morwenstow’s 1-0 win against Sporting Barum.

Intermediate Two

In Intermediate Two, Max Smith hit a hat-trick for Lynton and Lynmouth Reserves in a 5-1 win at South Molton Reserves on Sunday.

Damon Smith had put the Images in front but Matt Pugsley and Adam Smith also weighed in with the second half goals for Lynton.

Hartland take on Combe Martin in the final of the Combe Martin Cup on Saturday night. The match at Hollands Park, Combe Martin, kicks off at 6.30pm. Entry is £3 for adult and £1 for under 16s.