TOOLSTATION Western League Football got off to a flier for North Devon's sides with two wins and a draw for the Premier Division local boys.Bideford came back from a goal down to beat Radstock Town at a rain-soaked Sports Ground.New signing Shaun Lewis took just 32 minutes to score his first goal for the Robins since his switch from Ilfracombe. And after Jamie Densham picked up a knock and was subbed early on in the second half, it was his replacement - another new signing - that had the final say of the contest.Radley Veale had signed for the Robins from Tiverton only that morning - but he took no time making his mark at the club when the visitors failed to clear their lines with 10 minutes to play.On Saturday, Bideford are at home to Keynsham Town in the FA Cup extra preliminary round. Meanwhile in Wiltshire, Ilfracombe also got their campaign off to a winning start with a 2-1 win over Devizes.The Bluebirds were a goal down before Mark Clunie's powerful drive from distance found the bottom left corner.Devizes had their chances to go in front again, but it was 'Combe that produced the goods, Danny Robinson's neat chip finishing a fine move from the right. 'Combe are in FA Cup action at home to Tavistock on Saturday. The game at Mill Road didn't quite produce the right result for Barnstaple Town, but there were plenty of goals a thrilling game against Bristol Manor Farm that went to the wire.Barum clawed back a 1-0 deficit through new man Matt Deakin. And after half time, fellow new signing Lewis Irish headed home from a Kevin Squire cross. The visitors pulled level before former Boca Seniors player Deakin added his second on 84 minutes. In "monsoon" conditions, it looked to be the winner until the visitors hit back with two to go.The FA Cup brings Bridport to Barnstaple on Saturday, while on Tuesday, Barum are at home to Dawlish.