Park United made it two wins out of two in the North Devon Premier on Saturday, despite losing last week.

Fremington hosted Park United in the North Devon Football League Premier division. Picture: Matt SmartFremington hosted Park United in the North Devon Football League Premier division. Picture: Matt Smart

After a 2-1 defeat on the field last weekend, Park were handed a walkover win after Torridgeside Reserves failed to register one of their players.

The Sandymere side now have two wins from two after a 3-0 win over Fremington at Beechfield Road.

Phillip Kelly gave Park the lead going into half-time, with David Brown and Ricky Marinaro adding goals after the break.

Referee Tony Cloak was busy, handing out 11 yellow cards – two of which went to Simon Larcombe, who was given his marching orders midway through the second half.

Boca Seniors also made it two wins from two with a 6-2 defeat of Hartland Clovelly.

Danny Jenkins scored a hat-trick in the win. Ed Jenkins and substitutes Damian Green and Lewis Ovey also scored for Boca, who take on Shamwickshire Rovers in the Brayford Cup on Saturday.

Rovers, who were defeated by Boca on the opening day of the season, recovered with a 4-1 win at Braunton on Saturday.

Nathan Bate scored two goals for Shammy, with Joe Kelly and Davey Platt also scoring at Lobb Field. Ross Maynard scored for Braunton.

Torrington and Torridgeside Reserves shared the points on Saturday as the Torrington derby ended 1-1.

Charlie Tubbs scored for the Greens, and Harry Stevens got the goal for Torridgeside.

There was also a draw at Bradworthy, where the Horniwinks and Ilfracombe Town Reserves drew 2-2.

Ray Squire and an own goal had the Bluebirds two goals to the good, before the home side fought back with goals from Toby Durling and Matt Carter.

Senior

Boca Seniors Reserves made it two wins out of two with a 2-1 win over Shamwickshire Rovers Reserves.

Substitutes Sam Sherborne and Jake Thorne got the goals for Boca.

Braunton Reserves took three points from their first game of the new season with a 2-1 win at Chivenor.

Matt Hartnoll got both the goals for Braunton. Jonathon Goode scored for Chivenor, who had substitute Liam Kelly sent off.

After defeats on the opening day, Landkey Town and Torrington Reserves both got up and running with wins on Saturday.

Landkey were 4-2 winners at home to Appledore Reserves, while Torrington beat Barnstaple FC 6-2.

Josh White scored four goals for the Greens, with Liam Ellis and Shain Romero also netting.

Intermediate One

North Molton Reserves, Bideford CAFC Reserves and Kilkhampton all got their second wins of the new season on Saturday.

Kilkhampton were 8-2 winners at home to High Bickington, with Ryan Thomas scoring four goals in the win.

Michael Hatcher’s hat-trick helped North Molton to a 4-1 win over Holsworthy Reserves. Sam Phillips got the other goal for the Stags.

Bideford’s 3-0 win over Northam Lions saw Tom Barton, Shaun Cunningham and Declan Holmes get the goals.

Bridgerule’s first game saw them beat Putford 3-2, and Appledore Thirds and Merton played out a 0-0 draw at Sandymere.

Intermediate Two

There were 30 goals from Intermediate Two’s four games on Saturday.

Morwenstow Reserves were the big winners, beating Barnstaple Reserves 7-1.

Braunton Thirds and Equalizers played a 10-goal thriller, with Braunton winning 6-4.

Sean Lowe and Toby Bennett both scored two for Braunton, and there were goals for Ben Aiken and Dan Goodman.

Maurice Charley-Marquardt scored a hat-trick for the home side, with Sam Gratton also netting.

Woolacombe beat Torridgeside Thirds 5-2, with all five goals coming from the bench. Adam Cornish scored a hat-trick, with James Lurcraft and Joseph Norman also finding the net.

Sam Longhurst and Oliver Taylor netted for T-Side.

Bridgerule Reserves made it two wins from two with a 3-2 win over Hartland Clovelly Reserves. Alex Parker netted two of the three goals for the home side.

Intermediate Three

Combe Martin Reserves were the big winners in Intermediate Three, beating Bradworthy Reserves 9-1.

Zach Humphries scored four goals in the win. Gavin Pincombe (2), Ben Jenkins, Daniel Quin and John Woodcock also netted.

Kingsley Park, Kingsley Wizards and Lynton all made it two wins from two.

Park beat Shebbear United Reserves 7-0, with Kieran Ford scoring a hat-trick.

Wizards were 2-1 winners over Hartland Clovelly Thirds, with Ben Brend and Tyler Pilkington scoring for the hosts.

Lynton were 6-0 winners at Braunton Fourths. Thomas Herd (2), Steven Kingdon, Tommy Mirow, Matt Pugsley and Maxwell Smith scored.

Park Rangers got their first points of the season with a 3-2 win over Eastside.