They made a statement of intent with six tries on their way to a bonus-point victory in a game that was close to a mudbath. Scrum-half Blaine Quinlan had a fine afternoon for the hosts, taking the man of the match plaudits and helping himself to a couple of tries. Aaron Rundles try from a catch-and-drive move had started the try scoring for Torrington. Matt Coles and Craig Hooper also got scores. There was a penalty try awarded against Dartmouth and between them George Jones and Sam Britton shared four successful conversions. Ilfracombe returned to the top of Devon Two after coming from behind to get the better of Salcombe. Ilfracombe, with the wind in their favour after the break, cut loose with three converted tries to return to the summit of the division. This weekends Devon Two action sees Torrington making the long trip down to Devonport High School Old Boys, while Ilfracombe will look to consolidate their top spot at home to Dartmouth.