EXETER City's disabled footballers are setting the pace after winning all their matches in the second round of their league programme.
Played at the Devon FA headquarters in Newton Abbot, rivals Plymouth Argyle also had an emacualte record to ensure the two sides continue to set the pace in both the Championship and Premiership.
The day saw action from the five adult leagues, as well as junior football and women's friendlies.
In the Intermediate league, ROC Active had two comfortable wins to climb the table before a 3-1 reverse to leaders Twyford Spartans. League One's Horizon Hotshots secured their first points while League Two's Honiton Free Spirits beat Barnstaple Bombers 5-4.
Cornish side Trevenson St Austell were welcomed to improve cross-county ties, and with a view for the Devon clubs to go to Cornwall early in 2013.
The league takes a winter break and resumes in February 2013. Contact Devon FA disability development officer Dai Carpenter on 07912089838 for more information on disabled football in the county.