REIGNING Premier Division champions Feniton shared a 1-1 draw with league leaders Newtown last weekend.
It was a battle from start to finish at Acland Park, where Newtown took the lead with an Ashley Barker penalty before Tiverton Town legend Phil Everett equalised with his first goal for Feniton.
However, Saturday's scheduled game at St Martins has been postponed because of the inter-league match.
Tiverton Town won their derby at Willand Rovers 4-0, with the hosts having both George Rogers and manager Rob Buxton red-carded. Two Jake Searle penalties plus goals from Max Bristow and Steve Tully won it for the Yellows.
Budeigh Salterton won 1-0 against Topsham Town, with Callum Shipton scoring, but the star man was Tops keeper James Sharman.
Thorverton are through to the second round of the Graddon Vending Premier Cup after beating Walden Athletic 5-3 after extra time. Adam Langabeer (2), Lee Radford, Lee Riggs and Richard Polsford, who was sent off in the first half, were the Thors marksmen.
Seaton Town came a cropper in the East Devon Senior Cup, crashing 4-0 to Sidbury United. Adam Connett, Mark Hadley, Charlie Cox and Danny Green scored for Sidbury in the second half.
Heavitree United saw off Beacon Knights 5-1, with Chris Yelland (2), Scott Jones, Clay Grimes and Ben Henderson scoring.
St Martins were made to work hard to oust Clyst Valley 3-0, with Lee Parker and two-goal Danny Pym scoring.
Alphington crashed 6-0 at Hatherleigh Town while the University won 6-3 against Chard Town.
Division One leaders Elmore had their 100 per cent record ended at Bow AAC where they were beaten 1-0. Will Hawking scored the only goal for the Eagles' nearest challengers.
East Budleigh lost their unbeaten record going down 4-1 at Bickleigh after leading. Russell Pickford with a hat-trick and Gavin Richards were the Bickleigh marksmen.
Former manager Matthew Scott scored twice for Cullompton but his team still lost 5-3 to Exmouth Amateurs.
Wellington won 3-2 at Heavitree whose Liam Frankum and Tariq El-Zahri scored.
Witheridge drew 2-2 at the University, Tom Williams getting both goals, and there was a first win of the season for Tipton St John who won 3-0 at at Newton Poppleford.
Unbeaten Exwick Villa stay top of Division Two after a 3-0 win at Clyst Valley, and Honiton moved up to second place following a 5-2 win against Lympstone. Dan Broom and Lewis Couch scored twice, Brad Groves once.
Rhys Parsons had both Westexe goals in their 2-2 draw at Colyton whose Jack Hyde and Richard Tratt replied.
Leaders Newtown won the top game in Division Three, 2-1 at previously unbeaten Hemyock, which enabled Upottery to jump into second place after they beat Ottery St Mary 4-0.
Woodbury were 5-1 winners at Axminster Town with Dan Tapp scoring twice and the Tigers conceding two own goals.
Chagford won 2-0 at Exmouth Amateurs with Oscar Emmanuel and Paul Penberthy scoring.
The Lords XI soared into second place in Division Four after a 3-2 win against Hatherleigh. Lords led 3-0 through Chris Chamings, Julian Wills and Mike Holding, but were hanging on after the visitors got two back.
Leaders Axmouth edged a nine-goal thriller against Okehampton 5-4, while the University are into the top three with a 3-2 win against Bampton, and are tagged by Cheriton Fitzpaine after their 3-0 win at Newtown.
Bow AAC went on a goal spree at Seaton where they won 8-0 in Division Five. Paul Reed (3), Simon Wynne (2), Adam Pidgeon (2) and Jamie Jackman all scoring.
Countess Wear Dynamoes needed just one goal from Shane Tregale to beat Feniton 1-0.
Uplowman Athletic hit Ottery St Mary for six without reply in Division Six. Adam Cumes, Rob Hannah, Dan Horler, Brian Redwood, Adam Bond and Ben Galloway shared the pickings.
However, they were put in the shade by new leaders Honiton Town who ran out 12-0 winners at Amory Green Rovers.
Silverton beat Fluxton 4-3 with Paul Metcalfe (2), John Buckland and Joe Hayes scoring.
Division Seven leaders Henrys Cronies enjoyed another big win 6-1 at Pinhoe with Dom Gibbons, Mark Ray and Martin Tyrer all scoring twice.
Tedburn St Mary beat Chagford 2-1 with Harry Saunders and Josh Wilson scoring. Ollie Squire was the Moormen's scorer.
The Met Office struck first through Josh Rayner against Offwell Rangers but went down 4-1.
Alphington won their top-of-the-table match against Woodbury in Division Eight 1-0, while much improved Sandford won 3-1 against Bradninch.
After last week's defeat Dolphin bounced back to beat Exmouth Town 3-0 in the Bill Slee Cup.
Chulmleigh 2-0 winners against Pinhoe and Awliscombe 1-0 winners at Tedburn St Mary provided the cup shocks.
Dawlish United beat South Zeal 5-3 after extra time, while Crediton were bounced out 5-1 by Halwill.
In the Football Express Cup Otterton reached the last eight with a 6-3 win against St Martins after extra time. Kevin Pitt (3), Simon Tuley (2) and Jon Dack also scored.
Langdon, Morchard Bishop and Halwill are all through to the semi finals.
Culm United's hopes of Firewatch Devon Senior Cup glory were ended at Chaddlewood Miners where they lost 2-1, but Westexe Rovers are through in the Devon Intermediate Cup with a 5-2 win at Lympstone. Liam Vellacott (2), Jamie Phillips (2) and Paul Walker grabbing the goals.
Langdon, Morchard Bishop and Newtown won their second round ties in the Geary Cup.
The Fresha Devon & Exeter League squad to play the Somerset League in the National Interleague competition at Elmore on Saturday has been selected by manager Josh Stunell.
D&E League squad: Andrew Brooks, Darren Bingham, Kevin Pike, Lee Parker, Lee Bailey (all St Martins), Adam Langabeer, Darren Osmond (both Thorverton), Jonny Bradford, Mike Searle, Sam Dibling (all Tiverton Town), Dan Kenyon (Willand Rovers), Ben Ede, Paul Dowling, Dave O'Connor, Alex Frankpitt (all Feniton) Matt Wannacott, Luke Reynolds (both Hatherleigh Town) Jack Lamb-Wilson (Seaton Town), Ashley Small (Sidbury Utd)