TORRINGTON have a mouth-watering derby clash with Bideford to look forwards to in the Rhino Devon Junior Cup after coming from behind to beat Tamar Saracens 24-16. While Bideford were being handed a walkover by Old Public Oaks, who could not raise a team,

TORRINGTON have a mouth-watering derby clash with Bideford to look forwards to in the Rhino Devon Junior Cup after coming from behind to beat Tamar Saracens 24-16.While Bideford were being handed a walkover by Old Public Oaks, who could not raise a team, Torrie were going 16-3 down in the first half against Sarries.Andy Manning pinched three points for Torrie with a penalty after his side had been 16-0 down.Torrington flanker Mike Wigley kept his side in with a hope by dotting down just before the half-time whistle.After the break Torrington showed an improvement on recent performances and a try from winger Chris Beer closed the gapCentre Scott Hooper followed over the Sarries' line as Torrie got in front.Manning rounded off the comeback with two more penalties.Torrie have another derby date this Saturday when South Molton visit Donnacroft. Bideford entertain Falmouth in the Cornwall & Devon Division.