Six goals keep Clovelly on top
Early leaders Clovelly followed up a 3-3 midweek draw with Northside with another six-goaler on Saturday, this time grabbling them all in a 6-0 result at home to Sporting Barum.
Rob Kearney (2), Matt Nayor (2), Ken Vanstone, and Robin Glover netted the goals in a comfortable win that puts Clovelly on top of the table.
They are equal on points with Torridgeside, who followed a 3-2 midweek win over Barnstaple AAC with a 4-4 draw at home to High Bickington.
It was a late, late show for High Bick, who came back from 4-2 down with two goals in the last two minutes.
Roy Payne, Jethro Kimber (pen), Jules Dymond and SAdrian Sealey scored for Torridge, and Darren Avery, John Butler, Fraser Reeves and Chris Hutchings for High Bick.
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A strong Barnstaple AAC Reserves took Landkey’s previously unbeaten record with a 4-3 home win. Ammies went 2-0 up, only for Landkey to turn the game 3-2 to their advantage before susbstitutions put Ammies back in control with two more.
Luke Rigler, Jordan Brett and Connor Heaney (2) scored for Ammies and Dammy hummell, Andrew Parkhouse and Lee Kerswell for Landkey.
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Hartland were double winners with a 4-1 midweek win at Torrington Reserves followed by a 2-1 result at home to Ilfracombe 3rds on Saturday with goals by Steven Heard and an Alex Slee penalty.
Anchor Chiefs chalked up their second Intermediate One victory with a 4-2 win away to Woolacombe and Mortehoe, including two unlikely headed goals from their smallest players Jesse Curtis and Joe Barker.
The other two came from Tom ‘Fridge’ Frost.