Barnstaple Town's home-grown team continued their unbeaten start to the Toolstation Western League season with a 4-1 home win against Welton Rovers.
Tom Bulley, the Barnstaple-born manager, named a starting XI who were all also born in the town.
And they pleased the home supporters in a crowd of 168 – the largest in the league today – with a third win from four First Division outings at Mill Road.
Bulley included new signing Jed Harper-Penman, the former Plymouth Argyle winger. Having played for Barnstaple in the second half of last season, he has rejoined the club after starting the new campaign with Truro City in the Calor League.
It was his older brother, Aaron Harper-Penman, who tapped in to give Barnstaple the lead midway through the first half.
His centre-back partner Kieran Jewell, on his 18th birthday, went forward for a free kick to head in the second goal after the break.
Ryan Turner then rounded the goalkeeper to finish a counter-attack before Jed Harper-Penman did likewise to make it 4-0. Ryan Gay pulled a goal back for Welton.
"It could have been a lot worse for them," said Bulley. "It was a bit of a scrappy game in the first half but it was good to get a 4-1 win."
Barnstaple have also signed striker Tom Rossiter who has come back to the club from Ilfracombe Town.
Barnstaple are in third place, three points behind leaders Bradford Town with a game in hand, which they play on Tuesday evening at fourth-placed Shepton Mallet.