Champions Bideford Reserves continued their quest for an unbeaten league campaign with two more wins in two days.
Despite playing with a bare 11, including outfielder Sam Stephens in goal, Bideford hit Wrey Arms for six without reply on Saturday.
Goals came from Joe Grimley (3), Joe Cann, Tom Hayne and Ross McNicholas.
They made it 24 wins out of 26 league matches at home to Woolsery the next day, but it was a close encounter before they came home 3-2 with goals from Joe Grimley, Rick Williams and Jake Shambrook.
For busy Woolsery it was their fourth game in seven days. Micha Howe and Nick Glover netted their goals against the champions before a late penalty decider for Bideford.
The previous day Woolsery had shared the points with a 2-2 draw at home to Northam Lions.
Jack Smallridge put them 1-0 up at half-time and Nick Glover made it 2-0 before a Lions fight-back brought two goals from Charlie Harding.
Braunton Reserves continued their push for second spot in the table with a 3-1 win away to close rivals Lynton and Lynmouth, with goals by Louis Morrell, Richard Watkins and Josh Hayman.
North Molton Reserves were 5-3 winners at home to Torrington Reserves, but not without a fright.
Leading 3-1 at half-time, they found themselves back to 3-3 within 10 minutes of the restart before settling it with two later goals.
Finn Hutchinson hit a hat-trick and other goals came from Josh Dekker and Joel bearman for North Molton, while Torrington replied through Tom Bulley, James Tillier and Dan O’Shea.
It was a blow for Torrington, who are now doomed to the bottom spot, not helped by having a 4-2 ‘win’ over Lynton midweek taken away from them for a disappointing ineligible player ruling.
Park United were disappointed to share the spoils with a 1-1 draw at Bude.
Dave Brown put them in front after 25 minutes and they held the advantage until seven minutes from the end, when a slip in defence let Bude through for the equaliser.