There was an inevitability about the outcome of the game as Paignton are six from six at the top and North Devon have lost five times in the six starts. After a couple of stoppages for rain and the assistance of the Duckworth-Lewis System, North Devon were set 213 to win in 28 overs. After subsiding to 54 for five on the chase, there was only going to be one outcome. Paignton's batting has been nothing if not consistent this season and so it was again as Harry Ward (36) and Dan Wolf (33) made a 52-run start then Richard Ashworth (30), George Benton (31) and Connor Bryan (39) kicked on towards 209 for five. Spinner Adrian Isherwood (3-31) was North Devon's most effective bowler. North Devon lost opener Dan Bowser to the first ball after tea - Benton (3-11) cleaning him out - and skipper Tom Popham soon after. Best of the bits-and-pieces scores went to Ben Howe and Jack Moore with a brace of 24s as North Devon slid to 103 all out. Popham, the North Devon captain, said his side had their successes but not enough of them.