Honiton Town net three away goals in loss at Alphington

Action from the Devon Premier Cup tie between Axminster Town and Plymstock that the visiting side wo

Action from the Devon Premier Cup tie between Axminster Town and Plymstock that the visiting side won 1-0 - Credit: Archant

There were an eye-catching 26 goals in the four South West Peninsula League Eastern Division games involving the four East Devon clubs on the final Saturday of November.

Honiton Town scored three goals on their visit to Alphington, but they also conceded five the division’s bottom side.

That means the Hippos are still seeking their first win at this level away from their Mountbatten Park home.

Budleigh Salterton continue to be upwardly mobile and they secured their most emphatic win of the season to date, thrashing hosts Appledore 9-0.

Axminster Town were also in action up in North Devon and they won 4-3 at Ilfracombe Town.


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Completing a generally good afternoon for the area’s SWP League sides – with the exception of Honiton – were Sidmouth Town who drew 1-1 at Brixham.

The Eastern Division table after the November 25 matches.

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P W D L F A Pts

Crediton United 15 10 2 3 31 15 32

Newton Abbot Spurs 14 10 0 4 30 16 30

Bovey Tracey 13 10 0 3 28 20 30

St Martins 14 9 1 4 24 18 28

University Of Exeter 16 8 1 7 41 34 25

Budleigh Salterton 15 7 3 5 46 21 24

Teignmouth 13 7 2 4 29 20 23

Torridgeside 11 6 2 3 30 18 20

Sidmouth Town 18 5 5 8 35 40 20

Axminster Town 13 6 1 6 22 27 19

Ilfracombe Town 12 5 3 4 18 20 18

Brixham AFC 14 4 5 5 26 29 17

Honiton Town 16 3 4 9 23 35 13

Galmpton & Roselands 14 4 0 10 17 31 12

Appledore 13 3 3 7 14 33 12

Alphington 15 3 2 10 19 39 11

Liverton United 14 2 2 10 16 33 8

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