South Molton 4 Woolsery 5: Russell Sharman and Kyle Waldron scored late goals to clinch the win for Woolsery who almost paid the price for letting a 3-1 lead slip.
They were cruising with strikes from Sharman, Jack Smallridge and Dan Vanstone but South Molton showed spirit to fight back.
The Images replied through James Campbell and missed a penalty before Colin Kennerson, Josh Hicks and Matt Parkhouse put them 4-3 up and on course for a first victory of the season. But Sharman equalised and Waldron's winner in the last 10 minutes means Woolsery have taken 12 points from their last five games.
Torridgeside 1 Combe Martin 2: Josh Robinson scored twice to give Combe Martin their first win of the season.
An early goal put the visitors ahead and, after they conceded an equaliser, Robinson struck again with five minutes to go.
The result moves Combe out of the bottom two and level on points with Torridgeside who have lost five out of six games.
Barnstaple FC 1 Landkey Town 3: Toby Bennett, Connor White and Joe Gillard scored to reward Landkey for a fine first-half performance.
Although Kevin Shaddick replied after the break, Landkey stayed second in the table with their fifth win from seven games.
Without their regular back four and still missing Connor Nash, the prolific striker, with a hamstring injury, Barnstaple battled with a makeshift team.
Ashwater 0 North Molton 0: After scoring 33 in their previous four games, the goals dried up for Ashwater against well-organised opponents.
Despite missing six regular players, North Molton stood firm and manager Paul White, playing as a stand-in goalkeeper, kept a clean sheet.
Merton 2 Braunton 9: Merton endured a tough afternoon, finding themselves 3-0 down against the league leaders inside 15 minutes.
Jason Jones and Alan Woodcock got two goals each, with Matt Hunnibell, Tavis Farlie, Matt Hunt, Dan Crocombe and Max Wellend completing the rout.
"They overpowered us in every department," said Kenny Heaman, the Merton manager. "We had a footballing lesson."
Craig McConnachie and Sam Davey were on target for the hosts.
Morwenstow 0 Putford 9: Hat-tricks from Chris Pomeroy and Bradley Prouse and goals for Wayne Pomeroy, Rob Slee and Dave Buckpitt ensured it was plain sailing for Putford.
Northam Lions 0 Park United 3: Mark Hill opened the scoring with a penalty and Tom Forrester struck the second after Steve Ronald saved a shot from Dave Brown.
Park completed a comfortable derby victory when Brown added his eighth of the season.