WREY Arms' Lee Capner dedicated his goal in his side's 3-1 win over Rose and Crown to his late Granddad, who passed away in the last two weeks. The defender's goal came towards the end of a hard-fought match at the Tarka Tennis Centre on Sunday morning.

WREY Arms' Lee Capner dedicated his goal in his side's 3-1 win over Rose and Crown to his late Granddad, who passed away in the last two weeks. The defender's goal came towards the end of a hard-fought match at the Tarka Tennis Centre on Sunday morning. The ever-tireless Frank Larcombe opened the scoring for the Wrey with a well taken brace before Capner added the third. Chris Tatters scored a consolation goal for Rose Crown from the spot.J&A Cameras Veterans moved to within three points of division leaders Bratton Fleming with a 2-2 draw against Dynamo Sandpiper. The Snappers were a goal down within 10 minutes but after a spell of good possession, Wayne Parkhouse ran in behind the Dynamo defence to steer the ball past the keeper to level the score. Terry Wheaton headed home a second half corner to give the Vets the advantage before Parkhouse was denied a second when his shot ricocheted of the cross bar. Dynamo began to push forward and fired home an equalizer from a free kick that gave Snappers' stand-in goalkeeper Simon Green no chance. Bratton Fleming continued to dominate the top of the Division One table with a 4-1 win against North Devon Police. A 30-yard screamer from Danny Finch gave Bratton the lead on 10 minutes and Neil Tweedie's left footed strike doubled their lead 15 minutes later. Minutes into the second half the best move of the match resulted in Matthew Hunt heading in Bratton's third, while 10 minutes, later Aaron Richmond sealed the win with a 20-yard left foot effort. Kings Arms maintained their 100 per cent Division Two record with a 3-1 win over Bideford Robins.Chris Dent opened the scoring for the Kings on 25 minutes and Steve Seatherton added a second three minutes later. Seatherton notched a second with a well-taken goal just before half time. Bideford piled the pressure on in the second half and were rewarded with a goal 15 minutes from the end. The Koogars remain third in the table after 1-1 draw with Barnstaple Ammies, Mark Gilfillan scoring the Koogars' only goal.www.northdevon.gov.uk