In Intermediate One Shebbear United are flying high at the top of the table after a 1-0 win away from home against Braunton Thirds. Georgeham Reserves and Landkey failed to find a winning goal as they drew 5-5 at Millennium Ground. Mike Symonds put Georgeham ahead but Robert Paton soon cancelled out the first goal with an equaliser. Symonds continued to create chances and netted his second of the game, putting Georgeham back in front. Tim Scott soon added to the score with a superb shot from 30 yards. But the away team were unable to hold on to their two goal lead, Matt Titmus scoring just before half time to make it 2-3. The second half saw Landkey go in front, Maurice Charley scoring a penalty and Matt Evans heading in the ball from a corner. Symonds soon equalised for Georgeham to complete his hatrick and a shot from Sean Creely just reached the goal to put the away side 5-4 ahead. But in an evenly-matched game, Neal Wooldridge scored an equaliser for Landkey just before the final whistle. With four games left Hartland Reserves face a nervous ending to the season. After beating Torrington Admirals 3-2, Hartland are now just two points behind thirteenth placed Grosvenor\/Lovacott Reserves. Richard Bissett, Sam Mellor and Daniel Slee were the goal scorers for the home team. Sporting Barum held onto fifth in the table after an impressive 4-0 win against Grosvenor\/Lovacott Reserves. In their last home game of the season, Sporting dominated leaving the away side struggling to get to the ball. Adam Walters opened the scoring before Shaun Harrington claimed his first goal of the season to make it 2-0 as the teams entered the dressing rooms for half-time. In the second half, Dan Ferne poked home the third and Craig Scott scored in the last minute of the game. North Molton Reserves are only two points behind Sporting Barum after a 2-1 win away from home against Bude Town. In a scrappy game Kemal Tas and an own goal secured the points for the away side. Nick Symons scored for the first time in two years as Woolsery went on to beat Lynton 3-0 at Holman Park. Nick Glover and Jamie Robertson were the other goal scorers for the away side. Anchor are back on top in the Intermediate Two division after two important victories. The team started the weekend with a stunning 6-2 victory against Northam Lions Thirds. Darren Reeks (3), Tim Durbin, Wayne Jeffrey and Terry Hollingsworth all got on the score board. Chris Smailes (2) was the only goal scorer for Northam. In their second weekend fixture, Anchor beat South Molton Reserves 2-0 away from home, Stephen Hollingsworth and Darren Reeks with the goals. In the battle between ninth and tenth, South Molton Reserves emerged victorious beating Bratton Fleming Reserves 2-1, Simon Collings and James Ley scoring for the home side. Torrington Reserves continue to close the gap on Anchor after an impressive 5-0 win over seventh placed Bradworthy Reserves. Paul Gumbley (2), James Bateman (2) and Jake Scriven all scored to keep the battle for the league wide open. Pilton Academicals Reserves claimed their fourth win in six games beating fourth placed Buckland Brewer 3-1. Pilton remain bottom of the table but are now just one point behind North Molton Thirds and Chittlehampton Reserves. Park United are hanging on to third in the table after beating Chittlehampton Reserves 2-1 away from home, Theo Shell and Robin Glover with the goals for the away side. Jeff Henry was Chittlehampton's only scorer. In Chittlehampton Reserve's second weekend fixture, the home side lost 2-1 against Ilfracombe Town Thirds. Ilfracombe's top two scorers Luke Seddon and Shaun Brown secured the win. Guy Williams scored for Chittlehampton. Ilfracombe Thirds are now only three points behind Buckland Brewer. Mortehoe are up to eighth in the table after they clinched two vital wins. In the first of their two games, they won 2-0 away from home against North Molton Thirds and in their Sunday game, the team travelled to Clovelly and won 5-3 against Bradworthy Reserves. Kevin Baddick scored for Bratton Fleming Reserves in his side's 2-1 defeat against South Molton Reserves.