Braunton 7 Chittlehampton 0: A second-half hat-trick from substitute Sam Box saw Braunton ease to their sixth win of the season.
The leaders have made a formidable start, without conceding a goal in their opening seven games.
Callum Norman's strike was the only difference between the sides at half time as Sam Tarn, the Chittlehampton keeper, made a number of saves.
Braunton's possession finally paid off as Simon Townsend (two) and Mark Gilfillan completed a one-sided win.
Bideford 3 Shebbear United 3: Martin Davey smashed a late equaliser as Shebbear United continued their good start to the season.
The visitors were rewarded for an excellent first-half performance when Matt Facey scored with a deflected effort from a corner by Matt Coles.
Ben Moulder then headed in a Jamie Sluggett free kick for his first goal since signing from Bradworthy to put them 2-0 up.
As Shebbear faded, Bideford hit back in the second half with Phil Kelly and two goals from Will Nicholls turning the match around. But Davey, the player-manager, ensured his team would not be denied, drilling a shot into the top corner.
Georgeham and Croyde 0 Boca Seniors 6: With six wins from six games, Boca Seniors are the only team in the league with a 100 per cent record.
They had few problems against Georgeham where Kurt Bayliss scored on his return from a brief spell with Barnstaple AAC.
Richard Shannon, Jimmy Hill and Taro Bishop were on target and Darren Floyde scored twice. All five of Floyde's goals this season have come from substitute appearances.
Bradworthy 0 Dolton 1: Ben Mardon struck 15 minutes from time to reward Dolton for a battling display.
After a 9-1 defeat to the same opponents last month, they have responded positively and Mardon linked well with strike partner Rob Knight for the winning goal.
Bradworthy sent on Kevin Nancekivell, the former Plymouth Argyle midfielder, for the closing stages and he came close to an equaliser with a shot just past the post.
Fremington 2 Torridgeside 1: A scrappy match was settled by a late winner from Andy King, sending Fremington up to fifth with their fourth consecutive win.
Torridgeside went ahead midway through the first half when Marc Bettiss flicked on and Simon Grigg turned in his fourth goal in four games. But the visitors were unhappy to have two strong penalty appeals turned down and were pegged back by an equaliser from Simon Larcombe before the break.
Fremington, who had Trevor May making his debut after signing from Northam Lions, won it when King got in behind to chip the keeper.
North Molton 3 Ilfracombe Town 1: After losing some key players during the summer, North Molton have made a strong start to the season with four wins from their first seven games.
Jamie Giffard's goals have been crucial and the striker scored again, taking his tally to 11 for the campaign. Luke Holland and James Tapp gave the Stags a 3-0 lead before Ilfracombe replied with a looping cross-shot from Cortt Hewitt.
Torrington 6 Dolton 1: Torrington turned on the style last Wednesday after Will Folland kept Dolton level at the break.
Kai Dymond had given the Greens the lead and they hit five in the second half through Tom Willoughby, Nathan Delaune, Danny Jenkins (two) and George Bartlett.