Torridgeside were the big winners in the first round of the Throgmorton Devon Premier Cup on Saturday.

T-Side breezed into the second round with a 10-1 win at Plymouth and West Devon League side Saltram Athletic.

Sam Fishwick scored five goals for the visitors, and there were two each for Marc Bettiss and the returning Shaun Copp. Kyle Paine also found the net.

The club’s Peninsula League East Division rivals won’t be joining them in the hat for the second round however, with Ilfracombe Town and Appledore both going out.

A young Ilfracombe side was beaten 3-2 by Chaddlewood Miners Old Boys, with the decisive goal coming in extra time.

The Bluebirds battled back from a 2-0 half time deficit. Finn King Smith pulled one back before CJ Roberts took the game to extra time.

Appledore were beaten 4-0 by Witheridge Reserves, with Matt Pengelly, Lewis Hill, Alex Jones and Will Martin scoring.

Holsworthy made it into the second round, beating Brixham 3-2 thanks to goals from Joe Barker, Harry Stevens and Dom Abbott.

Seven North Devon Premier sides are also into the next round, with Boca Seniors, Barnstaple Town Reserves and Pilton and North Molton beating teams from the South West Peninsula League.

Tom Marsh scored a hat-trick in Boca’s 4-2 victory over Honiton Town, with Ryan Crompton also scoring.

North Molton held their nerve from the penalty spot to beat Newton Abbot Spurs. With the score at 3-3 after extra time, the Stags were 4-1 winners in a shoot-out.

Joe Southcott (2) and Josh Dekker scored the goals for North Molton.

Barnstaple and Pilton won 5-2 at Bere Alston United,

It was a day to remember for 16-year-old Lewis Lowe, who scored four goals as Braunton beat Kingskerswell and Chelston 6-2.

Two goals each from Simon Larcombe and Kobe Bryant helped Fremington to a 5-2 win at home to Millbridge and Park United enjoyed a 4-1 win at Newtown.

Hartland Clovelly had the best of a North Devon derby with Bradworthy. With the scores tied at 6-6 after 90 minutes, Hartland got the crucial goal in extra time.

It was the end of the road for Shamwickshire Rovers and Torington though. Shammy were beaten 4-1 at East Allington United and Torrington lost 3-1 at home to Budleigh Salterton.