THE big game in the Devon & Exeter League this weekend is at Feniton, where the Premier Division champions host Newtown on the back of terrific Graddon Vending Devon Premier Cup wins by both teams.
Feniton were 9-1 winners at Lee Moor in Plymouth after scoring four goals inside nine minutes.
Dave O'Connor (3), Ben Ede (2), Jamie Doidge (2), Andrew Jones and Charlie Selley were the Feniton marksmen.
Newtown beat Premier Division leaders St Martins 4-0. Carl Davis struck twice and Ashley Barker and Kyle Hall once.
Heavitree United have had a poor start, but their 4-1 win against North Molton was a huge pick-me-up thanks to goals from Ben Henderson (2), Dylan Dare and Chris Yelland.
Beer Albion won a cracker against Windmill from Plymouth 5-3 after being behind twice. James Melville (2), Jamie Bond, Chris Long and John Cooper were the Fishermen's scorers.
Tiverton Town eased through 3-0 at Totnes & Dartington, with Jake Searle (2) and Sam Sibling scoring, while Willand Rovers won 3-1 against Clyst Valley, with all the goals coming in extra time. Tom Beddows (2) and James Parker scored for Willand. Ed Williams netted for the Valley.
Seaton Town failed to raise a side for their tie at Torridgeside and Topsham Town bowed out, beaten 3-0 by Brixham.
Beacon Knights produced a surprise 3-2 win against Sidbury United in Division One, with Matt Board (2) and Paul Ruddock scoring.
Alphington won 4-1 at Newton Poppleford but scorer Luke Osmond then suffered a broken leg. John Bailey, Karl Greenham and an own goal completed the Alphas' tally. Witheridge lost 3-2 at Wellington.
Newtown are the new Division Three leaders after they saw off Sidmouth 4-1. Dan Leverton, Ryan Foster, Luke Jones and an own goal made up their tally.
James Carter whacked a hat-trick for the University in a 9-1 win against Exmouth Amateurs.
Two goals from Julian Wills in the last 15 minutes earned Lords XI a 3-2 win against Newtown in Division Four. Chris Chamings also scored with Ryan Pearson and Lloyd Coleman on target for Newtown.
Phil Greenslade notched a hat-trick for Morchard Bishop as they won 4-3 at Amory Park Rangers in Division Five.
In Division Six, Silverton won 3-1 against Topsham, with John Elstone, Chris Beeston and Mike Rowley scoring.
Kentisbeare and Newtown drew their top-of-the-table clash 2-2 in Division Seven, with Adam Smith and Luke Scholfield scoring for the Exeter side.
Adam Westle (3) and Richard Gott scored for Alphington as they won 4-1 at Tedburn St Mary.
The Alphas also won 4-1 against Bampton in Division Eight, with Nick Ainscough, Jordan Major, Toby Wetherall and George Collier scoring.
Former winners Bow AAC are on the Firewatch Devon Senior Cup trail again after their 10-0 demolition of Paignton Villa. Hat-tricks from Dean Jones and Kieran Stone, with doubles from Louie Kinch and Will Hawking, saw them through.
Elmore also look a good bet to do well after they sank Axmouth United 8-1. Jordan Copp (3), Jesse Howe (2), Callum Old, Stuart Anderson and Jordan O'Leary were the scorers.
On-form Honiton Town saw off Barnstaple 7-2, with Tim Genders netting a hat-trick. Brad Groves, Darren Witt, Lewis Couch and Ryan Dunn were also on target.
Lympstone produced a startling 6-0 win at Combe Martin, with Jeff Dorman, Andy Lowe, Baz McConnell, Mark Hobbs, Anton Hyde and James Ballard all scoring.
Pinhoe netted four goals in extra time, including a Lewis Minto hat-trick, to beat North Tawton 6-2. Paul Furzer, Liam Ward and Luke Phillips scored the other goals.
Josh Dryhurst and Johnny Lacey both netted twice as Westexe Rovers hammered Shamwickshire 8-0. Rhys Parson, Ben Curtis, Joe McLoughlin and Joe Ebipmao all scored once.
Steve Morris bagged a hat-trick for Upottery, including a penalty, in their 5-0 defeat of Roborough. Stuart Combe and Mark Tucker also scored.
Exeter University made their debut in the cup, drawing 2-2 at Colyton before winning 3-2 on penalties. Chris Whelan and Lewis Smith scored for the Students.
Exwick Villa also won 3-2 on penalties after drawing 2-2 at Bickleigh, but Exmouth Amateurs lost 3-2 on penalties against Stoke Gabriel after their match finished 5-5.
South Zeal won 6-2 against Torrington, with Harley Cann, Redd Cann, Tom Riley, Jamie Mallett, keeper Harry Gearing and an own goal proving enough.
Other big victories in the cup included Dawlish United's 2-1 success at home against Nova Homes, while Winkleigh won 2-1 against Clyst Valley and Cheriton Fitzpaine were 3-2 victors at Kingskerswell & Chelston.
Exmouth Town edged through 2-1 against Landkey but Dolphin lost 3-1 to last season's beaten finalists Buckland.
Cullompton were sunk 5-1 at Dartmouth, Tedburn went down 4-1 against Chulmleigh and Newton St Cyres bowed out 3-2 to Braunton.
Hemyock lost for the first time this season, going down 3-1 against Park United, while Tipton St John blew a two-goal lead against Ashwater to lose 3-2. Bampton also lost 3-2 against Lee Moor.
Heavitree lost to a first-minute goal at Brixham 1-0 and Topsham failed to raise a side for their tie at Plymstock.
Henry's Cronies gave neighbours Priory a two-goal start in their Devon Intermediate Cup second round tie but then responded to win their first tie 11-2. Stewart Tyrer and Ryan Burrows scored hat-tricks, with David Day (2), Mike Benyon, Billy Rouse and Josh Denning also scoring.
Otterton won 3-0 against Bickleigh, with Simon Tuley, Ryan Mitchell and Kevin Pitt on target, while Sandford beat Pinhoe 3-1 with goals from Keith Baker, Lee Bullingham and Ryan Keyte.
Uplowman Athletic beat Lapford 2-1, with Brian Redwood and Adam Bond scoring. Stand-in keeper Tom Gozna saved a late penalty.
Countess Wear Dynamoes won 2-1 against the Met Office, with Jamie Clow and Ricky Pearce scoring. Mike Telford was their star player, while Josh Raynor hit a 30-yarder for the Weathermen.
Alex Simpson (2) and Jamie Jackman were the Bow AAC scorers in a 3-0 win at East Budleigh.