THE North Devon Football League began in style with 34 goals scored in just six games.Shawickshire began their Premier league season as they began the last with an away game against Bradworthy.Having taken an early lead through Kevin Buck, the East-the-Water side lost their way allowing the home team to take a 3-1 lead. But a stern half-time talk from manager Gary Ford gave Shammy the lift they needed to start an impressive comeback.Will Nicholls scored the first of three second half goals from a stunning free-kick. But Bradworthy came back strong scoring their fourth. A goal from Theo Shell gave the away side another boost before Carl Armstrong headed home the equaliser just seconds before the final whistle. In another high scoring game, Combe Martin put eight past Morwenstow in a 8-1 thumping that puts them top of the table after the opening weekend.In the Senior Division, a new-look Shamwickshire Reserves team lined-up for their first game under new manager Dean Moran against newly promoted Shebbear United. Having stepped down from playing first team football, Dean said he was looking forward to a challenging season in charge of the Senior side - and his first game in charge gave him a start he could only have dreamt of. Former first team player Ben Evans Loude scored a first-half brace before former manager Lee Parkhouse added a third. With Shammy cruising towards a comfortable win, Shebbear opened the floodgates allowing Sam Bisset to waltz through their defence and net a fourth for the home side. In the other Senior game Bideford Reserves put in a solid performance to beat Kilkhampton 2-0 away from home, Danny Brown scoring both goals. Landkey are looking like a team on a mission after narrowly missing out on promotion last season. The Intermediate One side know how to impress a crowd, beating Bude Town 6-1 in their North Devon League opener.Kieran Hayward was the home side's hero, netting a hatrick. Jamie Hutton was also on form with a first-half brace. Mark Rippon was the final scorer for Landkey. In the other Intermediate One game, Park United drew 2-2 with Woolsery away from home. beat Bude Town 6-1Chris Matthews and Steve Flood scored Park's goals.