WATERLOGGED pitches across North Devon forced referees to postpone games across all four divisions at the weekend. Only seven of the 23 scheduled games were able to start after heavy rain turned pitches into lakes". In the only game to be played in the

WATERLOGGED pitches across North Devon forced referees to postpone games across all four divisions at the weekend. Only seven of the 23 scheduled games were able to start after heavy rain turned pitches into "lakes".In the only game to be played in the Premier Division, Kilkhampton secured a vital 10-4 home win against Dolton, lifting them off the bottom of the table.Man-of-the-match, Ashley Thomas, was the hero with a four-goal haul.Danny Smith (2), Sam Owen, Wayne Jeffries, Paul Slugett and Thomas Shadrick were the other scorers for the home team. Braunton Reserves remain in contention to win the Senior Division title after smashing six past Bratton Fleming. Matt Hunnibel, had put the away team in the lead after putting the ball into the back of his own net, but Ricky Jeffery (2), Andy Mason (2), Mitch Savin and Ryan Dempsey all scored to keep Braunton's hopes of a championship alive. In the only other game to be played in the Senior Division, Shamwickshire Reserves climbed up to eigth after coming from behind to beat South Molton 4-2. With 15 minutes to go the home team were 2-1 down and facing defeat, but three clever substitutions and a change in formation allowed Will Nicholls (2) and Dean Moran to score the winning goals. Shammy's first goal came from Sam Bissitt. Dean Birchall and Tony Wilson were the scorers for Molton.In the Intermediate One Division, Georgeham Reserves continued their winning form after travelling to Rock Park and beating Equalizers 2-1. Gary Wood clawed the ball out of the mud to equalise for Georgeham after Wayne Parkhouse had scored his second goal in two games, putting the home side in front early in the second half after a tight first half had ended in a stalemate. But Jack Walker clinched what was to become the winning goal. In the last 10 minutes Equalizers had fought hard to level, restricting Georgeham to their own half, but the home team failed to convert any of their chances. The win moved the Hammers up to fourth, above Equalizers. Hartland Reserves' miserable run of results continued after a 3-2 defeat away from home against North Molton Reserves. In a tight game, and playing in terrible conditions, Hartland's Mickey Slee had put the away side in front before Dean Plummer got an equaliser. Dave Keane gave the away team further hope of the win but another goal from Plummer and a winning strike from Kenal Tas left Hartland still searching for their third win of the season. Hartland now have to re-group ahead of their home clash with undefeated Combe Martin Reserves next Saturday. Luke Seddon kept up his goal scoring run as Ilfracombe Town Thirds secured a 4-3 away win against Putford Reserves, moving them up to fifth in the Intermediate Two Division. Nick Marsh and Andros Stavrinou (2) scored their first goals of the season to clinch the win. Bradworthy Reserves hammered nine past Bratton Fleming Reserves in a 2-9 pounding. Mark Bailey (2), Jim Francis (2), Bartoz Ochim, Tony Knight and Darren Shadnick, adding to the two own goals scored by the home team.Jason Smith was the only scorer for Bratton.