FENITON begin a three-week home schedule starting with Topsham Town this Saturday that could give the village side one hand on their first ever Premier Division title.
Hatherleigh and St Martins follow, and if Feniton – who are yet to drop a point at home – collect maximums they will take some stopping.
Newtown were unable to prevent Feniton going three points clear after losing to them at home. They led 2-1 through Carl Lavis and Jake Hobbs. Feniton then equalised through Dave O'Connor before Charlie Selley netted a late winner. Andrew Jones had Feniton's first.
St Martins beat the University 3-1 with goals from Nathan Melton (2) and Kevin Pike.
Heavitree Social United beat Beer Albion 5-1. Adam Place, Ben Murby, Stewart Tyrer, Ben Harris and Ryan Crocker had the Heavies' goals with Richard Walker scoring for Beer,
Second-from-bottom Clyst Valley came up with a huge 3-1 win at Seaton Town with James Twitchin, Andy Fairburn and Ryan Saunders scoring.
Thorverton also eased their relegation fears as they came from behind to beat Budleigh Salterton 2-1. Richard Higham was the Robins scorer but Lee Radford and Adam Langabeer goals turned the game.
Just three matches were played in Division One, with the University going fifth after a 3-2 win at Alphington. Rob Fellingham (2) and John Carter were the Uni scorers.
Leaders Chard Town beat visiting Heavitree 2-1, while East Budleigh lost 1-0 to Wellington.
Elmore maintained their six-point cushion as Division Two leaders with a 2-0 win at Halwill. Adam Westbrook, with his first this season, and Jordan Copp scored for the Eagles.
Second-placed Beacon Knights saw off Sidmouth Town 4-1 with Dan Powell (2), Matt Board and Chris Down scoring.
Relieved Chagford bagged their first point of the season in a 1-1 draw at Clyst Valley.
The home side converted a penalty, while Chagford profited from an own goal. However, they also hit the post and crossbar and had a last-minute effort brilliantly saved.
North Tawton caused a major upset when they knocked Newton St Cyres off top spot in Division Three.
Keith Steward and Andy Glanville had Tawton's goals.
Unbeaten Dolphin go top after their 4-1 victory against Thorverton. Two-goal Dexter Booth, Gary Webb and Ryan Harris scored. Newtown leapt into fourth place after their 5-1 win against Upottery.
Heavitree Social United opened up a nine-point gap in Division Four after crushing Okehampton 8-1.
Jason Hayman and Chris Smith both scored twice with new man John Nott, Chris Dunn, Karl Greenham and James Callard also netting.
Chulmleigh beat Newtown 2-0 with Owen Darch and Jack Lee on target, while The Lords XI celebrated a rare success as they buried Woodbury 5-1.
Jed Towers (2), Ben Humphrey, Chris Chamings and an own goal made up the Lords scoresheet.
Division Five leaders Cheriton Fitzpaine were tested at bottom-of-the-table Uplowman but eventually won it 4-2.
James White, Dean Pidgeon and Emlyn Austin, with two goals, earned the victory. Rob Hannah and Jamie O'Loughlin replied for Uplowman.
Sampford Peverell lost 2-1 to a strong Bow side. Andy Hill was Sampford's scorer and David Mackenzie their man of the match.
Division Six leaders Feniton strolled to a 3-0 win against Priory with Jamie Brimblecombe (2) and Mike Ebdon scoring.
Dunkeswell are up to second after they won 3-2 at Chagford with the help of a penalty and an own goal.
Dan Elphick and Tom Stanbury scored for the Moormen who were 2-0 up.
Morchard Bishop almost let visitors Exwick Village off the hook before scraping home 3-2.
Mike Landers, Marc Frost and first team manager and substitute Steve Rice netted Morchard's goals.
Stoke Hill went on a goalscoring spree to swamp North Tawton 8-0. Nathaniel Davey had both goals for Silverton in their 2-2 draw at East Budleigh.
Division Seven leaders Fluxton smashed Halwill's 100 per cent record, beating them 6-0. Tom Rapps (2), Richard Rapps, Alex Paget, Mark Searle and Steve Winsor scored.
Otterton leapt into the top three after beating Tedburn 4-0 with Mark Dobrijevic, Gary Williams, Ryan Mitchell and Ben Yeomans scoring.
Ottery St Mary beat the Met Office 4-2 after trailing 2-1. Wayne Moxey had both weathermen goals.
Open Space International drew 2-2 with Honiton, Ali Omrani and Hawker Seleaman scoring for OSI.
There was some bad news for Division Eight high-fliers Sidbury who were docked nine points for playing ineligible players, dropping them from second to 12th.
Leaders Newtown were held 2-2 by Colyton. Adam Kane and George Otton scored for Newtown.