Hartland 2 Barnstaple FC 8: Barnstaple FC eased 3-0 ahead after only ten minutes but might have paid the price for wasteful finishing.
Richard Davey pulled one back, Barnstaple keeper Danny Cheetham denied Alex Slee from a penalty and Dan Slee scored Hartland's second before they were carved apart in the last half an hour. Connor Nash netted a hat-trick, Stuart McKinnon struck twice and Maurice Charley, Keith McClure and Andy Vernon completed the rout.
Barnstaple AAC 5 High Bickington 1: Mark Beades popped up in the area for his second goal of the season and Conor Heeney curled in as Barnstaple AAC went clear.
Two quick strikes from Steve Isaac settled the tie soon after half time and, after Jon Butler pulled one back, Karl Smith added the fifth.
Braunton 1 Equalizers 3: Goals from Mathew Mitchell, Ben Taylor and Matt Hawkins led a second-half fightback from Equalizers. Braunton led with a header from Kris Ives, his first goal for the club.
Landkey Town 0 Anchor Chiefs 5: A 20-yard volley from right-back Steve Parish set the tone for a fine performance from the Chiefs.
Debutant Marcus Jarvis (two), Joe Barker and Darren Reeks got the others against a Landkey side who had defender Daniel Mackie in goal.
Northside Atlantic 3 Sporting Barum 0: Carl Armstrong and Damian Shaddick scored to reward a dominant first half from Northside. An own goal sealed the win.
Torridgeside 3 Ilfracombe Town 2: An own goal from Ilfracombe player-manager Neil Reed settled the match after Torridgeside trailed 2-1 at the break.
Zach Humphries and Tom Goldsworthy put Combe two up. Torridgeside stayed in touch through Sam Pett, then Jethro Kimber chipped in the equaliser before Reed headed past his own goalkeeper.
Woolacombe and Mortehoe 13 Northam Lions 1: Chay Isaac (three), Andy Woodman (two), James Dyer (two), Paddy Weathers, Elliot Moore, Tom Hannah, Andy Ley, Wayne Potter and Adam Baxter got on the scoresheet as Woolacombe ran riot.
Ben Rofe got the goal for Northam who went to pieces after the break.
Torrington 4 Clovelly 3: Torrington beat Clovelly in midweek thanks to Danny Jenkins (three) and Tom Pfeiffer.
Nick Brazier, Robin Kearney and Matt Nailor were on target for the visitors.