PREMIER Division champions St Martins are out of the East Devon Senior Cup after losing 5-3 on penalties against Feniton.
The Saints blew a two-goal lead after Jamie Chamberlain's brace as goals from Ben Allen and Andrew Jones pulled Fenny level and the visitors won it after converting a controversial re-taken penalty in the shootout.
Beer Albion also won on penalties 4-3 at Thorverton, where it also finished 2-2. Chris Long scored both Beer goals with Andy Langabeer and Lee Radford netting for Thorverton but ironically then both missed penalties in their shootout.
Tipton St John enjoyed the day's biggest upset in the cup as they beat Budleigh Salterton 3-1. Neil Gooding (2) and Jack Collins were Tipton's scorers.
Newtown powered into round three with a 6-2 win against Witheridge, with Ben Howard notching a hat-trick. Jake Hobbs, Simon Piper and Carl Lavis also scored.
Luke Skinner, Justin Boult, Mark and Ryan Saunders, Chris Eynon and Simon Coombes were the scorers as Clyst Valley romped home 6-0 against Culm United.
Tiverton shocked Hatherleigh 2-1 with goals from Josh Searle and Lee Woodman.
Tom Beddows netted twice as Willand won 3-1 at Topsham, who had two players dismissed. Stuart Bolt also scored, James Fanson bagged the Topsham goal.
Seaton won 2-1 at home against Heavitree, with Adam Place the Heavitree marksman. Cup holders Bow AAC won 2-0 against Alphington.
Four-goal Dave Green starred in Sidbury United's 5-2 win at Colyton in Division One, after Russell Coombes scored first.
Beacon Knights set the pace in Division Two beating Elmore 4-2, with Chris Down getting his second hat-trick. Dan Holman added the fourth.
Offwell came from two down to beat Winkleigh 6-3 in Division Three. Euan Carnelly (2), Liam Spiller, Jamie Doidge, Craig Sluman and an Ollie Cramer special did the job for Rangers.
Hemyock won 2-1 at North Tawton, with Adam Farmer and Paul Moralee scoring.
In Division Four Adam Cowling notched twice for Axminster in their 3-1 win at Okehampton, Glen Harding also scoring.
Newtown were held 2-2 by Axmouth United, Mike Blinkhorne and Matt Peligry scoring. Reece Hales had both Axmouth goals.
Silverton beat North Tawton 4-1 in Division Six, but it is the two Amorys who set the pace. Rangers won 6-1 at Stoke Hill, while Argyle won 7-3 at Topsham.
In Division Seven, newly reformed Ottery St Mary went down 5-1 against Honiton, Joe Broadbent had the Otters goal.
Sidbury drew 2-2 with Colyton in Division Eight, with Lamin Fofana getting both home goals.
Exmouth Amateurs produced the main upset in the Bill Slee Cup with their first-round 2-1 win against Bickleigh.
The Ammies, two divisions lower than their opponents, fell behind but hit back through Danny Gould and Ryan Spring.
Newtown routed Heavitree 6-0, with Will Hart getting a hat-trick. Kyle Hall, Adam Kane and Dan Leverton also scored. Pinhoe stormed to a 5-0 win against Exeter Civil Service, Jon Williams (2), Simon Rose, Dean Voaden and Marcus Gibbins getting the goals.
Ed Jones, Martin Tyler, Tim Rivett and Ashley Mcdermid shared the scoring as Topsham won 4-0 against Newton St Cyres.
Adam Pidgeon netted twice for Chagford in their 4-0 win at Bampton, with Robbie Miller and Alan Gavillet also on target.
Adam Broome and Billy Binyon were the Dawlish scorers in their 2-0 win against the Lord's XI.
Two goals from John Bristowe were not enough to save Thorverton from a 3-2 loss at South Zeal.
Clyst Valley suffered a 7-1 thrashing at Colaton Raleigh, Steve Brown getting Valley's goal, and Exmouth Town went down 8-2 at Halwill.
Simon Durrant notched a hat-trick for Tedburn as they beat Seaton 4-0. Sam Reeve also scored. Whipton & Pinhoe were unable to raise a side for their tie at Woodbury and fears are the Exeter club could fold.
Langdon topped the scoring in the first round of the Football Express Cup, sweeping Hatherleigh aside 10-2.
Cheriton Fitzpaine beat Sampford Peverell 4-2, with Emlyn Austin, Chris Acton, Matt Holland and Joel Gebler getting them home.
Morchard Bishop won 2-0 against Westexe, Ryan Piper and Patrick Phillips scoring.