Kilmington were emphatic winners at Brixham and it all means that, with two games remaining in the league campaign, Kilmington are now very much part of a four team battle to join Seaton in the A Division next year.
A Chris Fitzhenry bowling masterclass inspired Sidbury to an eight wicket home victory over Topsham St James on Saturday, leaving the club just six points away from lifting the Tolchards Devon Cricket League, Division H East title, with a full three games still to play, writes Stephen Howe.
Ottery St Mary's Australian, Ollie West, turned in a terrific all-round performance as relegation-haunted hosts, Alphington, were ruthlessly swept aside in a painfully one-sided encounter, writes Ian Townsend.
Seaton need to bank just 31 points from their final three games of the Tolchards Devon Cricket League B Division season to gain promotion and return to the second tier of county league cricket in 2020.
After 13 matchdays of the 18 matchday Tolchards Devon cricket League season, the clubs playing in the 11 division's from Premier, A, B and divisions' C East to H East, have so far sent down a whopping 17,180 wides.
On a difficult surface, two fine individual innings coupled with an improved bowling performance saw Ottery St Mary 1st XI claim a hard-fought and welcome victory from the short trip to face Exeter 2nd XI, writes Ian Townsend.
After spending the last week meticulously covering the intricacies of a voyage through holiday-maker infested roads, Ben Pollard had arrived at this precise timeframe for his journey from Exmouth's TSB Bank to Axminster Cricket Club, writes Barney Stone.
Developing the art of bowling straight was surely the order of the day at this week's training session after Ottery St Mary 1st XI produced a hapless display to hand visiting Braunton victory in last weekend's encounter at Salston Field, writes Ian Townsend.