April 30 is looking more and more like a decisive day in the North Devon Gazette Football League Premier Division. Both Braunton and Torridgeside picked up big victories over the weekend and remain on course to tussle for the top spot when they meet on April 30. Braunton hosted Park United, winning 4-0 thanks to goals from Sam Box (2), Ricky Marinaro and Simon Townsend. Meanwhile, Torridgeside made a statement of intent with an 11-0 win over Fremington. Marc Bettis scored a hat-trick, Tyler Evans-Loude and Ian Cockwill scored two each, while Jamie Bright, Kyle Paine, Joe Kelly and Martin Boundy also scored. Bideford made sure they remain in the battle for third by beating Ilfracombe 2-1 at the Sports Ground, with Nathan Bate scoring both for the home side. At the other end of the table, North Molton and Shebbear United were involved in a nine-goal scramble, with North Molton coming out on top in a 5-4 victory. Sam Phillips scored four for Molton, with Luke Thorne also on target. Matt Facey, Shaun Sluggett, James Vanstone and Todd Peschke scored for the visitors. In the Senior Division, Hartland kept their unbeaten season going with a 3-1 win at home to Torridgeside Reserves. Braunton remain level on points with Hartland thanks to two wins over the weekend. A goal from Oliver Stevens was enough to defeat Pilton Academicals on Saturday afternoon. Stevens also scored two on Sunday in Brauntons 6-0 win over North Molton, with Alan Woodcock (2), Stanley Whittaker and Chris Roberts also scoring. Elsewhere in the division, four goals from Dan Wright helped Combe Martin to an 8-0 victory over North Molton Reserves. In Intermediate One, Sporting Barum put six past Morwenstow Reserves without reply. Lee Eate (2), Kyle Spear, Liam Hawkins and Richie Eaton scored for Barum. Braunton Thirds remain in top spot thanks to a 7-0 away win against Torrington Reserves, in which there were hat-tricks for Ben Aitken and Toby Bennett. Ilfracombe Reserves and Landkey Town Reserves also got big wins. The Bluebirds won 7-0, with Kye Goodman scoring a hat-trick. Meanwhile, four goals from Lee Kerswell helped Landkey to a 6-2 win over Barnstaple FC Reserves. In Intermediate Two, Ilfracombe Thirds now only need one more win to become champions. James Harker scored all four goals in a 4-1 win over Hartland Reserves on Saturday. Ilfracombe can secure the title by beating Appledore Lions this weekend. Fremington and Combe Martin both had good results going into the NDJ Cup final this weekend. Combe Martin got their sixth consecutive win on Saturday against Northam Lions Reserves. Meanwhile, Fremington played home and away against Braunton. A Jamie Rolfe overhead kick was the standout goal in Sundays 5-2 win. A Ben Layland brace and goals from Mark Sanders, James Galliford, Rolfe and Matt Smart gave them a 6-2 win on Saturday.