Second half goals by Alan Woodcock and Stan Whittaker were enough to send the silverware back to Lobb Field for the first time since 2010. Opponents Hartland were handed a chance of a league and couple double after Torridgeside fielded an illegible player in the semi-final in March. But they were unable to capitalise on a slick Holland Park pitch. Man-of-the-match Woodcock opened the scoring on 55 minutes with a deflected effort, while Whittaker sealed the deal with a well-taken second 15 minutes from time. In the league, James Campbell fired five goals as a rampant Chittlehampton hit double figures against Woolacombe and Mortehoe on Thursday night. Nathan Willoughby helped himself to a hat-trick and there were singles for Turlough Adley, Sam Runnalls and Lewis Setherton in the 11-1 win. Jack Holman grabbed a consolation for Wooly, who have already conceded their final game of the season at Hartland due to a lack of players. They effectively ended their season with a 5-4 defeat against Shamwickshire Reserves on Saturday. Meanwhile, Chittle pulled on their scoring boots again on Saturday in particular Adley, who scored a hat-trick in a 5-0 win against Merton. Mitch Thorne scored two for the hosts. Despite losing their place in the Combe Martin Cup final due to a team sheet technicality, Torridgeside Reserves ended their season on a high with a hatful of goals in their final two matches. Torrie got things rolling with an 8-2 win against Lynton and Lynmouth on Saturday. There were two goals each for Vincent Bott and Harry Stevens, as well as singles for Tom Hampton, Courtney Hodorowski, Ade Smith-Jones and Taren Stacey. Jordan North and Max Smith scored the goals for Lynton. On Sunday, Torridgeside rounded off the season with a 4-0 win at Chittlehampton on Sunday. Pilton Academicals signed off their season with two matches at the weekend. On Saturday, Chaz Jenkins slotted the ball into the bottom corner of the net five minutes into the match against Combe Martin. Zach Humphries scored twice to give the visitors the lead before a Matt Hunt free-kick made it 2-2. Hunt levelled the scores for the Accies again against Shamwickshire Reserves the following day. But it wasnt enough as Shammy went on to score two more in a 4-2 win at the Pollyfield. Putford recorded their second win against North Molton Reserves this month. Arran Brooks, Maurice Knuckey and Chris Pomeroy scored for Putford, while Chris Nicol and Mac Skinner found the net for the Stags. Timmy Pike scored two as Chivenor beat Shamwickshire Reserves 3-1 on Wednesday night. Karl Newman was also on target for Chivenor, while Tom Griffin scored for Shammy. But the Militarymen had to settle for a point against Barnstaple Ammies on Saturday in a 5-5 draw. For more North Devon sport click here.