After five games and 450 minutes of football, Braunton have still not conceded a goal in the North Devon League Premier Division.
Mark Harris's team stayed top of the table after a 4-0 victory at Bradworthy yesterday as their central defenders excelled at both ends of the pitch.
Scott Maynard went forward to open the scoring with a thumping header and Radley Watkins, the other centre back, volleyed the second goal at a corner.
A cool finish from Mark Gilfillan made it 3-0 before Sam Box rounded off Braunton's fourth win in five games. The only points they have dropped so far came in the goalless draw at Torrington on Tuesday.
Bradworthy could find no way past Sean Lowe, the goalkeeper, who had a strong debut having recently moved to the area and started out in the third team.
It was a frustrating day for Brad as Gary Clarke was sent off in the closing stages for a second yellow card after a foul on Luke Arkless.
Braunton will hope to continue their fine start to the season with their derby against Georgeham and Croyde on Tuesday.
Georgeham are still searching for their first win after a 4-1 defeat to Shamwickshire Rovers – despite pulling level through Connor Stapley.
Two goals from Sam Bissett and one for Ryan West put Shammy 3-1 up by half time and West rounded things off in the second half.
A hat-trick from Jamie Giffard gave North Molton their second win of the season in an eventful match at Shebbear United.
Without regular keeper Lee Jenkinson, Shebbear started with James Vanstone in goal, then replaced him with Rob Bridgman who was sent off for handling outside the area when Giffard was clear on goal.
United stayed in the game with a deflected free kick from Shaun Sluggett and pulled level from 3-1 down with a powerful strike from Vanstone and a tap-in by Matt Coles.
But North Molton were not to be denied as Giffard and Andrew Alexander sealed a 4-3 win.
The same scoreline was good enough for Fremington as goals from Mark Sanders (two), Andy King and Simon Larcombe got the better of Chittlehampton.
Chittle showed spirit to hit back from 2-0 and 3-2 down thanks to Kevin Latham, Marcin Dembski and Nick Parkin, after a jinking run.
Boca Seniors had Richard Shannon back in their line-up and the forward marked his return by chipping the fourth goal in a 4-2 win at Ilfracombe Town.
Tom Popham put them ahead and Matt Deakin scored twice as Boca made it three wins out of three.
Bideford were made to work hard for a 2-0 win against much-improved Dolton.
Having been thrashed 11-1 by Torridgeside in midweek, it looked bad for Rangers when Phil Kelly put the Robins ahead inside 20 seconds.
Mischa Howe pounced on another defensive mistake to double the lead before half time but this time Dolton refused to let the floodgates open.
Bideford's cause was not helped when Joe Grimley was sent off for a dangerous challenge early in the second half.
After draws against North Molton and Braunton, Torrington achieved their first win back in the top flight in style, with a 5-0 success at Appledore.