They still have seven games to play, but Park gave themselves a one point lead over Braunton - who have played three more games - after beating Ilfracombe Town Reserves 5-0 on Saturday. Dave Brown, Mischa Howe, Chris Brown, Tom Forrester and Ricky Marinaro got the goals for Park. Boca Seniors bounced back from their Torridge Cup final defeat with a 6-0 win over Landkey Town. Danny Jenkins scored a brace, with Alfie Moulden, Damian Green, Scott Sharp and Adam Copp also scoring. Aaron Harper-Penman took up goalkeeping duties and kept a clean sheet. North Molton hit double figures as they brushed Bideford CAFC aside with a 10-1 win. Sam Phillips found the net four times, and there were braces for Jamie Giffard and Archie Griffiths. Joe Southcott and substitute Gary Body also scored. Phil Roberts scored for Bideford. Fremington moved down to fourth after a 4-4 draw at Hartland Clovelly. Bradworthy picked up a 2-0 win at Torridgeside Reserves on Sunday. Jack Walter and Tudor Placinta got the goals for the Horniwinks.Senior Pilton Academicals were able to tick two games off their busy schedule and go to the top of the table without having to kick a ball on Saturday. Their scheduled double header at Mill Road against Stratton United saw their opponents pull out, giving Pilton two walkover victories. Fremington Reserves are now two points behind Accies, albeit having played an extra game, after beating Merton 2-1. A brace from Max Holding saw Fremmy battle back from a goal down to take the three points. Harrison Palmer had given Merton the lead. Chittlehamptons 9-1 win over Putford saw them keep the pressure on the two teams above them. There were also big victories for Shamwickshire Rovers Reserves and Braunton Reserves, with both winning 8-1 away from home. Brauntons win came at the expense of High Bickington. Charlie Crane, Lewis Lowe, Ryan Mugford, Adrian Ashton (2), Ryan Hawkes, Damon Maddock and Sean Lowe scored for the Seasiders. Shammy claimed their points with a derby win over Northam Lions. Saturdays football also saw Chivenor pick up three points, beating Georgeham and Croyde 5-2. Matthew Church scored twice for Chivenor, with George Everitt, Malin Rana and Sam Van-Weenen also scoring. Aaron Cagni and Peter Stapley scored for Georgeham.Intermediate One Bideford CAFC Reserves push for the title continued on Sunday with a 7-1 win over Equalizers. Max Eggleton scored a hat-trick in the win, and there were two for Ben Musselwhite. Sam Musselwhite and Karl Windsor also scored. Matthew Fitzgerald netted for Equalizers. Torrington Reserves were hoping to take points off Bideford last night to boost their own chances of an Intermediate One title. They helped their cause with two 1-0 wins over Hartland Clovelly Reserves in a double header on Saturday. Substitute Thomas Parish scored the winning goal in the first match. Harry Stevens effort got a win for the Greens in the second. A Liam Astbury hat-trick gave Appledore Lions a 3-1 win over Barnstaple FC Reserves. Luke Rigler scored for the hosts. Holsworthy Reserves were 3-0 winners at South Molton. Braunton Thirds are the first team across all four divisions to finish their season. Their final game was an 11-0 defeat to Bridgerule. Bridgerule followed up with a 5-2 win over league leaders North Molton Reserves on Sunday.Intermediate Two Bideford Spurs perfect record was brought to an end by Hartland Clovelly Thirds on Saturday. Matthew Wonnacotts goal pegged Spurs back to a 1-1 draw after Sam Cunningham had given them the lead. Hartland Clovelly went on to beat Park Rangers 3-1 on Sunday. Braunton Fourths were the big winners on Saturday, beating Ashwater 7-1. Park Rangers and Torridgeside both picked up three points, with Park beating Bradworthy Reserves 2-1, and Torridgeside beating Woolsery 3-1. Bridgerule Reserves double header with Eastside saw both games finish 1-1. Appledore Thirds shared points with Woolacombe, drawing 2-2. Woolacombe went on to beat Woolsery 3-2 the following day. There was also a 2-2 draw at Combe Martin, where the reserves and Shebbear United Reserves shared the points.