MARK Gilfillan scored six goals for the Koogars in a 14-0 thumping of Real Tuff in the North Devon Football Sunday League Division Two. Carl Power got three and there were braces for Tom Goldsworthy and Kye Goodman and a single for Andy Blackmore in the R
MARK Gilfillan scored six goals for the Koogars in a 14-0 thumping of Real Tuff in the North Devon Football Sunday League Division Two.
Carl Power got three and there were braces for Tom Goldsworthy and Kye Goodman and a single for Andy Blackmore in the Rock Park massacre.
Substitute Ross Pierce was the hat-trick hero for J&A Cameras Veterans as they beat Fremington 6-3 at Frembley.
Dave Mason (2) and Lee holding were also on target for the Snappers, who have been docked points for fielding an unregistered player in last week's 11-0 drubbing of Kenny's. Kye Choules, Dean Wait and Tony Burgess found the net for Fremington.
In other results, Landkey beat Wanderers 9-0 on their travels and Kenny's edged Waverly 5-4.
In Division One, Bratton Fleming got a win under their belts with a hard-fought 5-4 victory against Rising Sun.
Jamie Symcox, Matt Hunt, Sam Phillips, Andrew Kellaway and Neil Tweedie were on target for Bratton while a brilliant hat-trick by Kevin May - his second treble in two games - was not enough to prevent a gallant Rising Sun side from leaving Bratton empty handed.
Dave Isaac was also on the score sheet for the Riser who performed admirably despite playing much of the second half with only nine men.
Also in the division, Dynamo Buddy's maintained their perfect start with a 4-0 win over previously unbeaten title rivals Athletico Borough.
House of Heroes also made it three wins from three with a 5-2 victory over Out of the Hat while Ross Drury scored for REB Rovers as they picked up their first point of the season with a 1-1 draw against Buddy's at Woolacombe.