Heavy rain through Friday night and into Saturday meant a reduced fixture list across the North Devon Gazette Football League.Only eight games went the distance, with two of them in the Premier. Georgeham and Croyde and Torrington shared the points in their meeting, drawing 2-2. Sean Creely and William Haynes scored the home side, while Kai Dymond and Lewis Hookway netted for Torrie. It was a similar story in North Moltons game against Fremington, which also finished 2-2. Joshua Stoneman and Luke Turner netted for Molton, with Lee Holding and Sam Lathwell replying for Fremmy to move them up to seventh. The one and only match in the Senior was between Putford and Chivenor. The game was abandoned at half-time, much to the annoyance of Putford, who were winning at the time. Barnstaple FC Reserves were the big winners in Intermediate One, beating North Molton 10-1 at Tews Lane. The result was Barnstaples sixth consecutive league win, with their last defeat as far back as September 6. Landkey Town put five goals past South Molton to eventually win 5-3. Molton took the lead before finding themselves 3-1 down. Ryan Isaac and Tom Roode helped them draw level before Landkey sealed the win. Four fixtures across Intermediate Twos league and cup competitions saw 45 goals scored. 18 of them came at Bridgerule, where the hosts beat Georgeham and Croyde 16-2. Among the eight goalscorers was Brendan Hearn, who scored four, while Todd Peschke netted a hat-trick. Woolsery beat struggling Park Rangers 7-3, while Northam Lions were 9-1 winners over Bradworthy Reserves in the Bill Smale Cup. Torridgeside Reserves beat Putford Reserves 6-1 to keep their opponents adrift in the bottom two.