BRATTON FLEMING bowled out Bideford II for a record low score in the Stayindevon.co.uk North Devon League.
Bideford's total of 23 all out was the lowest recorded in Division Three history.
It was four runs worse than the 27 made by Hartland against Lord Tankards in 1985 and Incorrigibles against Shobrooke Park in 2008.
And it condemned the visitors to a 263-run defeat to Bratton Fleming, the division's unbeaten leaders.
Bratton had made 286 for four with unbeaten half centuries for James Thomas (54no) and Colin Welch (65no).
Ben Ward (7-0-11-5) and Rob Scoines (5-3-5-3) then ran through the Bideford batting, with Stevie Kingdon (1.2-1-0-2) finishing them off.
James Tapp had a match to remember as North Molton went clear at the top of Division Four with a 174-run win over Barnstaple and Pilton II.
Tapp followed up his maiden century with five wickets – all bowled middle stump.
North Molton were all out for 302, with Tapp scoring 121 off 102 balls, with 19 fours and three sixes.
He then took five for 17 and James Doel three for 16 in Barnstaple's 128 all out.
Joe Witheridge scored 108 as North Devon III beat Dulverton by 67 runs to move above them into second place.
James Campbell hit 78 and took three wickets as Bishops Nympton got their third win of the season, beating Kelseymen by eight runs.
The Braunton side restricted Nympton to 165, with Gary Gomez taking four for seven in 20 balls, but were all out themselves for 157.
Westleigh recovered from 42 for six after nine overs of their match against Hatherleigh II to keep their 100 per cent record at the top of Division Five.
James Starkey, the captain, scored 37 as they reached 151 and then took five for 20 in Hatherleigh's 51 all out.
Incorrigibles won the battle at the bottom of Division Two, beating Lynton and Lynmouth's team of nine by 131 runs with Ryan Bowden scoring 91.
Max Hardy scored 63 not out for the Witheridge side and Russell Hilton took four for 29.
Bideford's hopes of beating North Devon to the Division One title are fading but they stayed in touch with a 43-run win against Barnstaple and Pilton.
Dan Barratt (83), Matt Shepherd (52) and Alex Savage (59) scored half centuries in Bideford's 262 for six.
Paul Shepherd took three for 34 as Barnstaple reached 219 for eight.