Millwey Rise had an emphatic midweek success when they crushed Ilminster 10-0 in a Fresha League encounter.
Honiton Town thirds were 3-2 winners when they hosted Witheridge in a Fresha League Division Nine game.
Honiton Town Reserves were thumped 7-0 by an Axminster Town Reserves side that were crowned divisional winners at full-time.
Feniton had mixed fortunes in their continued pursuit of the Fresha League Premier Division title, losing a midweek match to Topsham 2-1 before bouncing back to thrash Elmore 8-1.
Just days after a disappointing midweek 2-0 defeat at Heavitree United, Honiton Town roared back tom winning ways with a thumping 8-0 success at home to Hatherleigh.
Seaton Town Under-14s saw their Exeter and District Youth League title hopes ended by a 4-1 defeat to title rivals City Raiders.
Honiton Under-13s have been busy over the course of the past week.
Millwey Rise were comfortable 5-0 winners when they met Silverton in their latest Fresha League Division Six game, writes Dick Sturch.
Axminster Town scored twice in the space of two second half minutes to deservedly bank the points in their Tiger Way South West Peninsula League meeting with Totnes and Dartington.
A comfortable 2-0 home win saw Ottery St Mary put breathing space between themselves and Alphington 3rds in the Fresha Division Five table.
Offwell Rangers enjoyed midweek success in the Golesworthy Cup.
There was no Saturday action for Honiton Town, and results elsewhere left them sitting third, edged out of second place on goal difference by Topsham Town with Newtown still top of the Fresha League Premier Division table.
Honiton Town thirds drew 1-1 when they visited Exmouth Amateurs.
Upottery enjoyed another successful weekend as both first and reserve teams banked three more Fresha League points.
Offwell Rangers claimed a superb victory to give their Fresha League Division Seven promotion hopes a massive boost with a single goal win at home to table-topping Central.
Millwey Rise were 2-1 winners in their Fresha League Division Six game at Winkleigh, writes Dick Sturch.
Broadclyst played host to a round of Exeter and District Youth League Under-8s matches that saw them record clean-sheet victories against Whipton Warriors and Whipton Wolverines.
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Honiton thirds went down 3-0 in their second successive meeting with Lapford.
Millwey Rise went down by the odd goal in nine when they visited Newton St Cyres, writes Dick Sturch.
Offwell Rangers march towards Fresha League Division Seven promotion was further boosted with a 2-1 success at Langdon Reserves.
Honiton Reserves were 6-1 winners in their East Devon derby, Fresha Division Four meeting with Fluxton.
Beer Albion notched their sixth league win of the season with a 2-1 victory against fifth placed Elmore at the Furzebrake on Saturday, writes Richard Honnor.
Beer Albion are urgently seeking a new manager for next season, writes Richard Honnor.
Honiton Town stand proudly in second place in the Fresha League Premier Division following their latest success, a 3-0 win at home to Bow AAC, writes Steve Birley.
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