Fremington and Torrington set the pace in North Devon League senior division
FREMINGTON and Torrington look set to push each other all the way in the North Devon League senior division.
Both teams kept alive their title hopes with 5-0 wins away from home yesterday.
Fremmy were in superb form at North Molton where Mark Sanders scored four and Ryan Crompton got the other in a five-goal first half.
And Torrie eased past Lynton and Lynmouth thanks to Arlo Reddick, Danny Jenkins and a second-half hat-trick from Kai Dymond.
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Torrington remain two points clear of Fremington who can return to the top by winning their game in hand.
The sides are due to meet in a potential title decider at Fremington on April 6.
Boca Seniors appear to be finding their best form at the right time in the premier division.
After last week's 6-0 hammering of Bideford, the champions thumped Barnstaple AAC 9-1 with Mark Barrow scoring a hat-trick.
Lewis Ovey, Matt Deakin, Giles Daniel, Mark Gilfillan (two) and Mark Galliford completed the rout.
James Galliford was on target for Braunton who remain one place ahead of Boca in third, after a 3-0 win over Bradworthy.
Two goals from Sam Box rounded off the scoring, giving Braunton a fifth straight win ahead of the meeting with Boca on Sunday.