The Ammies leave it late
Barnstaple AAC 5 Sporting Barum 4: Four goals in the last 21 minutes completed a dramatic comeback from Barnstaple AAC.
Sporting Barum appeared to be heading for their first win since October when Richard Eaton gave them the lead.
Richard Nott rounded off a counter-attack to complete his hat-trick and put them 4-1 up early in the second half.
But after staying in touch with a goal from Ryan Harris, the Ammies' revival really got going with two strikes from Mark Beades.
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An own goal from Chris Symons made it 4-4 before Steve Isaac found the top corner for a last-gasp winner.
Landkey Town 3 Braunton 2: Toby Bennett, with a penalty, and George Birch twice brought Braunton back from behind, only to lose to a late strike from Dan Toleman.
Both teams had a player sent off in the early stages, while Darren Floyde and Lee Kerswell put Landkey in control.
The hosts finally sealed the win when their substitutes combined, with Wayne Thomas crossing for Toleman to score.
Anchor Chiefs 0 Barnstaple FC 2: After a goalless first half, Connor Nash headed in a cross from Stuart McKinnon to put Barnstaple ahead.
The league leaders made sure of their 12th win from 13 games when Connor Nash was fouled and Tom Nash, his uncle, converted the penalty.
High Bickington 1 Northam Lions 1: James Manning's third goal of the season put High Bickington ahead but Northam responded well in the second half with an equaliser from Jon Baker-Churchill.
Ilfracombe Town 1 Equalizers 1: A goal from Jack Popham gave Equalizers a point but they were disappointed not to take all three from a closely-fought battle at Rock Park.
Damon Reed, the player-manager, scored for third-placed Combe ahead of this week's test against leaders Barnstaple FC.