Torrington and South Molton remain in the top three after picking up wins in Devon One on Saturday
Torrington claimed North Devon bragging rights and maintained their lofty Devon One position with a 12-10 win at Ilfracombe.
Torry remain in second position behind Wessex after outscoring their hosts by two tries to one on a nervy afternoon.
Shane Maddock was the star for Torrington, finishing with two tries to his name but it was Jamie Todd’s conversion which ultimately proved crucial on a difficult afternoon for kicking.
Ilfracombe’s solitary try came from Darren Light and five points from the boot of Dan Brierley made for a tight game.
Torrington are away to Exeter Saracens this Saturday. Ilfracombe are just down the road at South Molton, who gave Wessex a scare last time out.
It ended 13-13 at Unicorn Park, where Molton came back from 10 points behind to snatch a draw.
Lochy Choules opened the scoring for Wessex with a penalty before a try from No.8 Dean Meldon extended the advantage.
James Campbell pulled a penalty back for Molton but Wessex went over again with a try from flanker Dan Mather.
South Molton improved in the second half and were camped on the Wessex line early in the half.
Eventually, Reece Eury picked up at the back of a ruck and powered over the line.
Campbell converted that try and then levelled the scores with a penalty kick that proved to be the final scoring action of the game.