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North Devon League Intermediate Two round-up

By North Devon Journal  |  Posted: September 26, 2013

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Appledore Academy 3 Georgeham and Croyde 3: Georgeham were delighted to take a point after fighting back from 3-1 down with a depleted line-up.

Matt Edwards scored twice, including a late equaliser, and Lee Holder, despite hobbling through the match, struck a superb goal from 25 yards.

Anchor Chiefs 3 Braunton 4: Dan Stubbings gave Anchor an early lead but after that they were always playing catch-up with James O'Sullivan, Peter Stapley, Harry Boot and Dan Nott scoring for Braunton.

Keeper Josh Wines made a promising debut for the Chiefs who pulled a goal back through Gavin May. Damian Shaddick then scored on his final appearance before joining Shamwickshire Rovers but it was too late.

Chittlehampton 2 Lynton and Lynmouth 1: Elliot Smith and a thumping long-range strike from Wayne Colton put Chittlehampton two up by half time. Lynton scrambled a goal back from Nick Bowen but Chittle held out for their third win.

Chivenor 2 Fremington 1: Chivenor always held the edge in the top-of-the-table clash after Paul Vinall's effort slipped past Gary Grant. Timmy Pike doubled the lead with his sixth of the season and Chivenor survived a shaky last two minutes when Ronnie Ellaway pulled one back with a header.

Woolacombe and Mortehoe 3 Putford 0: Brodie Montague took his tally to seven goals in seven games for Woolacombe, and Ryan Offield and Jack Rafferty wrapped up the win.

South Molton 1 Woolsery 2: After last week's surprise win at Equalizers in the Devon Intermediate Cup, Woolsery maintained their encouraging form. Despite trailing to a 65th-minute goal from Ross Curtis, they hit back with a fine strike from Michael Butler and Paul Schiller smashed the winner.

Haxton Rangers 5 Hartland 1: Haxton are just one point off the top after Mark Bithell (two), Colin Welch (two) and Stuart Bown secured their sixth win from seven. Paul Parker scored for Hartland.

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