North Molton and Park United both continued their perfect start to the North Devon Premier season on Saturday.

It’s now six out of six for the league front runners, with North Molton doing so with a 4-1 win at Shamwickshire Rovers.

Cory Roach scored two goals for the Stags in the win. Ciaron Lishman and Joe Southcott also netted at the Sham Siro.

Park were at Mill Road, where they came away from their match against Barnstaple Town Reserves and Pilton 6-2 winners.

There were two for Ricky Marinaro, with John Downing, Stephen Skinner, Dan Wilson and sub Dave Brown all getting goals.

Stephen Robinson and Nathan Willoughby scored the goals for Pilton in the first half.

Boca Seniors moved up to third with a 4-2 win over Braunton at Mill Road.

A brace from Will Nicholls and goals for Taro Bishop and Tom Marsh helped them to all three points. Lewis Lowe scored a brace for the Seasiders.

At the other end of the table, Ilfracombe Town Reserves are still looking for their first win of the season after a 5-0 defeat at home to Fremington.

Connor Nash scored a hat-trick for Fremmy and Andrew Davie and Will Jones also scored.

There were first wins of the season for Hartland Clovelly and Bradworthy.

Hartland got their first points of the season wit ha 2-0 win over Torridgeside Reserves. Paul Dart and Steven Heard got the goals.

Bradworthy won by a single goal at home to Torrington thanks to Lee Clarke’s finish.


Boca Seniors Reserves are four from four after a 5-1 win at Fremington Reserves.

A double for Sam Sherborne and goals from Jake Hawkins, Jake Thorne and Korey James helped Boca to all three points. Peter Burgess netted for Fremmy.

Shebbear United are also four from four after a 2-1 win at Torrington Reserves.

Greg Mitchell and Shaun Sluggett scored for the visitors, with Josh White getting the goal for the Greens.

Ryan Mugford scored the decisive goal in Braunton Reserves’ 1-0 win over Bideford CAFC.

Chivenor and Landkey Town shared the points after drawing 3-3.

Emiljano Mucaj scored two for Chivenor, with Jamie Thompson also netting. Callum Ackland, Jack Benham and Jack Winter scored for the visitors.

Intermediate One

Appledore Thirds got their first win of the season at the expense of High Bickington.

The Fishermen were 8-1 winners thanks to a hat-trick from Luke Arkless, two from Kieran Tanton and strikes from Aaron Hastie, Robin Kearney and Nathan Souster.

North Molton Reserves were beaten 4-2 at home to Bridgerule. Their defeat meant Kilkhampton went to the top of the table on goal difference with a 3-2 win over Holsworthy Reserves.

Combe Martin were big winners at Northam Lions, taking all three points with a 7-0 victory.

Daniel Wright scored four goals for Combe, with Gavin Pincombe (2) and Jordon Wheeler also scoring.

After five defeats in a row Putford picked up their second consecutive win on Saturday, beating Merton 3-1.

Sean Freeman, Will Jeremy and Gary Walter scored for the visitors.

Intermediate Two

Appledore Lions went to the top of the table with a 4-2 win over Equalizers.

A Tom Gleeson double, an own goal and one from Lee Osmand put them 4-0 up before goals from Max Eggleton and Kyle Jones.

Their goal difference puts them top ahead of Woolacombe and Braunton Thirds. Woolacombe were 3-2 winners at Bridgerule Reserves.

South Molton had the big win of the weekend with an 8-0 win over Hartland Clovelly Reserves.

Oliver Cheek scored a hat-trick and Kieran Cook had a brace in the win.

Simon Collins, Ronald MacNab and Rob Thatcher also scored.

Barnstaple Reserves got their first win of the season with a 4-0 victory over Torridgeside Thirds.

Woolsery got the better of Morwenstow Reserves in the division’s other game, winning 3-2.

Intermediate Three

Kingsley Park ended Lynton’s 100 per cent record with a 3-2 win on Saturday.

Goals from Lewis Hamilton, Nathan Barnes and Martin Stewart gave Kingsley victory.

It put them level on points with Lynton and Combe Martin Reserves at the top, with Combe Martin beating Park Rangers 4-2.

Colin Woodcock scored a hat-trick in the win.

A Carter Ward hat-trick helped Eastside to a 6-1 win over Hartland Clovelly Thirds.

Finlay Clark and Conor Nance (2) came off the bench to score.

Bradworthy Reserves are still looking for their first points after a 2-1 defeat to Braunton Fourths.

Ashwater are in the same position after a 2-1 loss to Shebbear United Reserves.