Nathan Bate's goal in the first five minutes was enough to give Bideford reserves a 1-0 win at Appledore in the North Devon League last night.
The Robins recorded their third win from four games in the Premier Division after a tight local derby at Marshford.
Torridgeside, the champions, have also taken nine points from the first four fixtures after trouncing Dolton 11-1.
Marc Bettiss scored a hat-trick, Rob Holland and Charlie Tubb got two goals each and the rout was completed by Niall Heeney, Simon Grigg, Scott Huxtable and an own goal.
Braunton remain top of the table and are yet to concede a goal but Mark Harris's team dropped their first points in a goalless draw at Torrington.
Giles Daniel continued his record of scoring in every game since joining Barnstaple AAC from Boca Seniors.
Daniel was on target at North Molton where Craig Sandle scored a hat-trick and Lee Fry and James Hawkins wrapped up a 6-4 win, sending the Ammies level with Braunton at the top.
Two penalties helped Jamie Giffard complete a hat-trick for the Stags and Andrew Alexander got their other goal.
Shebbear United beat Bradworth 4-0 thanks to a penalty from ShaunSluggett, Richard Bissett with a spectacular strike, and goals from Martin Davey and James Vanstone.
Simon Larcombe's late double against Shamwickshire Rovers earned Fremington their first win since returning to the Premier Division.
Sam Schiller put Shammy ahead, Andy King equalised straight away and Larcombe won it with two fine left-footed finishes.
Landkey Town moved up to second in the Senior Division, winning 3-2 win at South Molton after Wayne Thomas and Toby Bennett gave them a two-goal lead.
Joe Chugg and Rob Reed (penalty) brought South Molton level and Dan Dayman settled the derby with a late winner.
Jake Thorne and Steve Isaac gave Barnstaple AAC a 2-0 win over Barnstaple FC in Intermediate One.
Equalizers beat Torrington 4-2 with goals from Sam Aston, Jack Popham, Matt Hawkins and Scott Pugsley.
Clem Bennelick got a stoppage-time equaliser as Woolacombe and Mortehoe drew 4-4 with Braunton.
Danny Ball and Ollie Coles scored two each for Braunton with Chay West and Sam Gater on target for the Seasiders.
Damon Reed, of Ilfracombe Town, missed a penalty in his side's goalless draw with High Bickington.
Honours were even too, as Hartland and Northside Atlantic shared a 2-2 draw.