Lancey goal keeps Ilfracombe at the top
Braunton 2 Ilfracombe Town 2: Mark Lancey grabbed a late equaliser for Ilfracombe, preventing Braunton from replacing them at the top of the table.
After leading with a 30-yard scorcher from Steve Burns, Combe admitted they were lucky to come away with a point.
Paul Rockey and Dan Nott scored early in the second half and Braunton extended their unbeaten run to six games.
Sporting Barum 0 High Bickington 3: High Bickington held out for their first clean sheet of the season but it was not as straightforward as the scoreline suggests.
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Leading with a cross-cum-shot from Fraser Reeves, they had a reprieve when Richard Nott, the Sporting striker, blasted a penalty over the bar.
Nott also had a shot cleared off the line before Jimmy Foden crossed for Gary Kingdom, the former North Molton goalkeeper, to head his first goal since signing this month.
Reeves settled the match in the last ten minutes with his second goal of the game.
Landkey Town 6 Torrington 2: A deadly finish from 16-year- old winger Dan Baugh put Torrington ahead before Landkey took control.
Danny Hommell made it 1-1 by half time and the hosts pulled clear with goals from Craig Scott, Steve Folland, James Jackson (two) and Lee Kerswell.
Sam Parish, another teenager, got the second goal for Torrie.
Barnstaple AAC 6 Northam Lions 0: Five goals in the first half set Barnstaple AAC up for a comfortable victory and handed Northam their seventh straight defeat.
Steve Isaac, with a hat-trick, Conor Heeney (two) and Joe Hunter scored the goals.