SOUTH Molton seldom looked back after taking a 5-0 lead with virtually their first move of the game against visiting Tamar Saracens and went on to win 17-3. Quick ball opened a gap for centre Tom Smale to slipping in under the posts. Adam Crispin sent his

SOUTH Molton seldom looked back after taking a 5-0 lead with virtually their first move of the game against visiting Tamar Saracens and went on to win 17-3.Quick ball opened a gap for centre Tom Smale to slipping in under the posts. Adam Crispin sent his kick wide.It stayed close for the rest of the first half with Sarries missing a chance to pull back three points Close to half time South Molton produced more quick ball and Smale drew the last man for Courtney Lucas to give Crispin a second shot and make it 12-0 at the turn around.Saracens came out battling in the second half and pulled back three points from a George Simmonds penalty.South Molton kept the ball tight and denied Saracens possession before replacement scrum-half Steve Ayres sniping in from close range to dot down next to the posts.l TORRINGTON came a horrible cropper away to Plymouth Barbarians, where they were defeated 57-3.Andy Manning kicked a first-half penalty for Torrie, who won't want to run into the Plymouth side's player-coach Richard Thompson again in a hurry.Thompson, the former Plymouth Albion captain, scored a try hat-trick, landed seven conversions and kicked a penalty for a personal tally of 32 points.