Joe Grimley scored the winning goal to give newly-promoted Barnstaple Town Reserves & Pilton their first points in the North Devon Football League Premier Division this season.

Grimley scored Pilton’s only goal in an 8-1 home defeat against North Molton on Wednesday night and it was his strike that gave the Accies a 1-0 win against Bradworthy on Saturday.

Ciaron Lishman scored a hat-trick for the Stags in their midweek win. Sam Phillips hit two and there were singles for James Giffard, Lewis Setherton and Joe Southcott.

And Lishman and Giffard were both on form against Hartland Clovelly FC on Saturday, finding the net three times each in the 6-1 win. Tom Davey scored the consolation for Hartland.

Leaders Park United maintained pole position with a 5-4 win against Ilfracombe Town Reserves at Marlborough Park.

With the scores at 4-4 with minutes to play, John Downing scored his second of the match to maintain Park’s perfect start.

Ricky Marinaro scored twice from the spot for Park and Luis Wilkins also found the net. David Slade (2), Bodie Montague and Charlie Prentice scored the goals for Ilfracombe.

Oliver Kenneally scored a hat-trick to give Torridgeside Reserves their first win of the season – and inflict a first defeat on Boca Seniors.

Craig Sandle score Boca’s only goal in the 3-1 defeat at Bocarena Park.

Matt Bryce and William Marsland both scored in Torrington’s 2-0 win against Braunton, while Shamwickshire Rovers retained third spot in the table with a 5-0 win Fremington.

In Intermediate One, Michael Hatcher (2) and Adam Jerrett scored as North Molton Reserves made it four wins from four this season with a 3-1 win at home to Kilkhampton.

Also in the division, James Downing, Shaun Cunningham and Jake Shambrook were on target in Bideford Community Reserves’ 3-1 win at home to Appledore.

And in Intermediate Two’s Bill Smale Cup, Toby Bennett scored a hat-trick in Braunton Thirds’ 8-0 win against Barnstaple Reserves.

Nathan Martin (2), Ben Aiken, Zack Nettley and Callum Stephenson also scored for Braunton.