Axmouth United put aside indifferent recent form to share the Macron League Division Three spoils with a visiting Lympstone side that had won all seven of its previous league and cup games this season, scoring 22 goals in the process.
Axminster Town became the first team to defeat Stoke Gabriel in South West Peninsula League Eastern Division action when they beat the South Devon side 3-0 under the Tiger Way floodlights in a midweek meeting.
Kilmington were duly crowned champions of the Tolchards Devon League C Division East after they defeated visiting Budleigh by seven wickets and they will now step up to play in the third tier of the Devon League for the first time next summer.
Axminster Town suffered a 3-1 home defeat to much-fancied Elmore, but Tigers joint boss Josh Stunell was left feeling the home side had lost a great opportunity to become the first team to defeat the Tiverton-based Eagles this season.
Honiton Town have been forced to postpone yet another home fixture as their Mountbatten Park home is once again unfit for action meaning the postponement of their South West Peninsula League Eastern Division meeting with Alphington.
With the entire South West Peninsula League (SWPL) programme on the first Saturday of March being wiped out owing to the snow, it increases the pressure on football clubs across the region in terms of packing a large number of games into the final weeks of the campaign.