EARLY Premier Division leaders St Martins chalked up their third away victory in eight days to see out their August travels.
They had seven different scorers in their 7-1 win at Topsham Town – Kevin Pike, Luke Barner, Pete Hensor, Lee Parker, Andy Brooks, Nathan Melton and Danny Pym against his former team. Marcus Fanson scored for Topsham.
Newly-promoted Tiverton Town hammered Seaton Town 6-0 with Jules Emati-Emati notching a hat-trick. Max Bristow, Jimmy Hinds and Jonathan Bradford also scored.
Willand Rovers enjoyed their 4-0 win at Beer Albion with Aiden Moyle netting a hat-trick and Dan Kenyon scoring.
Budleigh Salterton were 3-1 winners at Heavitree United with goals from Zak Pearse, Richard Higham and a Brendon Perry penalty earning the points. Heavies replied through Dylan Dare.
Thorverton edged Clyst Valley 1-0 with Adam Langabeer scoring, but on Friday evening Hatherleigh Town failed to raise a side for their match at Morchard Bishop.
Defending Premier Division champions Feniton opened their account in midweek with an impressive 8-1 win at Clyst Valley. Paul Dowling claimed four goals.
Elmore soared to the top of Division One on Monday night with a comfortable 4-1 victory at Cullompton Rangers.
The Eagles scorers were Bradley Newberry (2), Kevin Mills and Callum Old.
Witheridge and Bow AAC shared a 2-2 draw. Lee Radford and Matt Buckingham scored for Withy, Craig Skinner and Alex Bowden replying for Bow.
Sidbury United had been the surprise leaders after Saturday's 6-0 rout of Beacon Knights.
An Ashley Small treble and singles from Kees Munton-Willis, Adam Connett and Dave Green saw them home.
East Budleigh also made it three wins from three, edging Heavitree 1-0 with Jack Hocking scoring the winner.
Russell Pickford and Dom Perrott both scored twice for Bickleigh in a 6-2 win against Newton Poppleford. Lee Macardle and Reece Burnett also scored, with Mark Tett and Harrison Jones replying.
Man-of-the-match Ryan Moody scored twice as Alphington won 3-0 against Tipton St John on their new ground at Rockbeare. Sam Washbourne also scored.
Newton St Cyres were knocked off top spot in Division Two by neighbours Crediton who won 2-0.
Dolphin were 4-0 winners at Culm United and Rhys Parsons netted both goals for Westexe in a 2-2 draw with Colyton, which was their first point.
Upottery regained top billing in Division Three with a 3-1 win against Woodbury, with Dan Scadden, Aaron Lake and Danny Simons scoring.
Only one other match took place – a 1-1 draw between Tedburn and Sidmouth Town.
Newly-promoted Cheriton Fitzpaine have a five-point lead already in Division Four thanks to a 2-0 win at Bampton.
Thorverton are in second place after their 9-2 rout of Winkleigh, with Liam Streat and Adrian Andrews hitting hat-tricks. Jake Miller (2) and Conor Rees also scored.
John Curtis salvaged a point for the Lords XI in a 1-1 draw at North Tawton.
Westexe Rovers head Division Five following their 6-0 success at Seaton Town. Ricky Baker (2), Oliver Mann (2), Will Pinnick and Ricky Lait were the Rovers scorers.
Third-placed Dawlish United won 3-2 at Bow AAC, whose Matt Blakeney and Jamie Jackman scored, while Morchard Bishop beat Beer Albion 4-0, with Ryan Piper netting a hat-trick. John Barnes also scored.
Two-goal Kevin Pitt earned Otterton a 2-1 win against Priory and they top Division Six.
Starcross Generals went second thanks to a mammoth 9-3 win at home to Halwill.
Fluxton began their season on Friday evening with a 2-0 victory at East Budleigh.
Silverton drew 3-3 with Ottery St Mary with goals from Richard Sobey, David Wise and John Buckland after they had been 2-0 down.
Pinhoe lead Division Seven after their 6-0 home win over Tedburn St Mary.
Kentisbeare are level on points after a 4-1 win against the Railway Club. Henry's Cronies opened their season with a 3-2 victory at Offwell. Martin Tyrer, Ryan Willey and Dominic Gibbons were on target.
The Met Office won 2-1 at Woodbury as Pete Weston and James Colley scored and keeper Darren Baker saved a penalty.
Division Eight leaders Alphington suffered their first defeat 3-1 at Lapford.
Open Space International fielded only eight players at Sandford and lost 6-4.