Park United are top of the North Devon Premier after cruising to victory over Torrington on Saturday.

Park were 8-2 winners at Vicarage Field, with John Downing, Mark Hill, Phillip Kelly, Ricky Marinaro, Dan Wilson and George King scoring, as well as Kai Dymond, who finished past his brother Aaron in the Torrington goal.

Pierce Brant and Lewis Hookway scored for Torrington, who saw Will Folland sent off.

North Molton drew 1-1 with Braunton, with their dropped points taking them down to third. Jamie Giffard scored for the Stags, and Lewis Lowe scored for Braunton.

Shamwickshire Rovers are now second in the Premier after a 4-2 win over Barnstaple Town Reserves and Pilton. Nathan Bate scored two for Shammy in the win, with Ben Ford and Mischa Howe also scoring. Kevin Shaddick and Nathan Willoughby netted for Pilton.

Boca Seniors were big winners, beating Torridgeside Reserves 7-2 at Donnacroft.

Will Nicholls scored a hat-trick for Boca. Kriss Boreham, Liam hawkins, Craig Sandle and Tom Marsh all found the net too. Sean Letheren and Jack Magarotto scored for T-Side.

Ilfracombe Town Reserves picked up their first win of the season at the expense of Hartland Clovelly, who now sit at the foot of the table.

Ollie Coles scored a hat-trick for the Bluebirds. Jake Chesworth and Levi Huxtable also found the net. Dominic Allan scored for Hartland.

The other game in the Premier saw Fremington win 2-1 at Bradworthy. Sam Bithell and Simon Larcombe scored for Fremmy. Gary Clarke scored for the hosts.


Boca Seniors beat Barnstaple 7-0 in a Barnstaple derby to make it six wins out of six.

Kyle Spear scored a hat-trick in the win. Ryan Chapple, Max Holding, Marcus Mahoney and Damian Green also netted.

Braunton Reserves remain on top of the table after a 2-0 win over Shamwickshire Rovers Reserves. Ryan Mugford and Stephen Filsell scored.

Four goals from Claudio Pinto helped Landkey Town move up to third after a 6-1 win over Bideford CAFC. Mat Mitchell and Ben Taylor also scored for Landkey.

A Josh White doubled secured all three points for Torrington Reserves, who beat Fremington Reserves 2-1. Sam Lathwell scored for Fremmy.

Intermediate One

Bideford CAFC Reserves made it six out of six with a 5-0 win at Merton on Saturday. Two goals each from James Bateman and Tom Barton, and one from Jake Shambrook ensured all three points for the Robins.

North Molton still top the table after a 5-1 win over High Bickington. Harley Ashdown, William Boyles, Jon Butler, Adam Jerrett and Josh Wren scored for the Stags.

Bridgerule remain third after a 4-0 win over Putford.

Appledore Thirds beat Holsowrthy Reserves 2-1 to move up to eighth. Matt Fay and Ayden Faulkner netted for the Fishermen.

Combe Martin and Kilkhampton shared the points, drawing 1-1.

Intermediate Two

Leaders Appledore Lions remain unbeaten after beating Bridgerule Reserves 6-0 on Saturday.

Lions were 3-0 up at half-time thanks to goals from Tom Gleeson (2) and Martyn Harris. Mark Kinder (2) and Liam Astbury netted after the break.

Equalizers are second after a 4-0 win at Woolacombe. Steven Isaac, Kyle Jones, Adrian Lynch and Steve Windsor scored.

Hartland Clovelly Reserves beat South Molton 3-1 for their second win of the season.

Morwenstow Reserves came out on top against Barnstaple Reserves, winning 5-4.

Ben Pengilly (2), Callum Vivian (2) and Elliot Jack scored for Morwenstow. Dale Darch, Jake Wheaton (2) and Luke Simpkin netted for Barnstaple.

Intermediate Three

Kingsley Wizards battled back from 4-1 down to earn a point over Braunton Fourths on Saturday.

Matt Colebeck (2), Will Gribble and Daniel Nott had put Braunton in a commanding lead. Steven Ronald, Jez Trick (2) and Kyle Waldron ensured Wizards came away with a point.

Combe Martin Reserves moved up to second after a 9-3 win over Hartland Clovelly Thirds.

A Carter Ward hat-trick helped Eastside to a 5-0 win at Kingsley Park. Toby Maxwell and Keaton Redding-Gammon also netted.

Ashwater moved off the foot of the table with a 4-3 win over Park Rangers.

Bradworthy are now at the bottom - they drew 2-2 at Shebbear United Reserves.