Woodcock keeps Combe on top
Ilfracombe Town 3 Anchor Chiefs 2: Colin Woodcock fired a hat-trick to keep Ilfracombe Town top of the table.
Trailing to a goal from Joe Barker, Combe turned it around when Woodcock converted two penalties.
Anchor hit back through Jesse Curtis and saw a shot from Darren Reeks hit the post before Woodcock rounded off a sharp move to net the winner.
Barnstaple FC 5 Clovelly 0: Even after the loss of top scorer Connor Nash and captain Sam Phillips to Barnstaple Town, Barnstaple FC show no signs of letting their title challenge falter.
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Stuart McKinnon headed them in front and Tom Nash made it 2-0 before half time.
Kirk Lace added his first for the club, Nash struck again and substitute Tony Burgess completed the scoring.
Northam Lions 2 Barnstaple AAC 2: Chris Smailes and Steve Robinson scored to give Northam Lions their first point of the season.
It was a much-improved performance from the Lions who led twice only to be pegged back by two goals from Mark Beades, the first from a cheeky backheel.
High Bickington 1 Woolacombe and Mortehoe 6: Stuart Haynes marked his first appearance of the season with a hat-trick for Woolacombe. Paddy Weathers, from long range, and defenders Matthew Lambert and Michael Whipp completed a convincing win for the Seasiders.
In their first game since December 1, High Bickington only had 11 players and their plight worsened when Gary Kingdom dislocated his knee.
Despite pulling one back through Jon Butler, the hosts ran out of steam, conceding three goals in the last 30 minutes.
Torridgeside 4 Hartland 1: Jethro Kimber and Drew Sullivan scored twice as Torridgeside hit back after trailing to a goal from Joe Dakin.
With Nathan Sussex and Taren Stacey impressing in midfield, the home side never allowed the tempo to drop after Hartland made a strong start.
Northside Atlantic 4 Landkey Town 2: Northside looked to be in total control when Damian Shaddick, with two smart finishes, put them two up in 20 minutes and Landkey had Mark Rippon sent off for two yellow cards. Lee Kerswell pulled one back before Matt Cann restored the two-goal cushion with a header early in the second half.
Again Landkey responded with James Jackson punishing a defensive mix-up and Northside could finally relax when Tom Gleeson smashed their fourth in stoppage time.
Equalizers 0 Braunton 2: Luke Oliver gave the visitors the lead with a cross-shot and Steve Penrose, with a deflected effort, put them two up by half time.