WOOLSERY caused the upset of the round in the Buddens Westinsure Devon Intermediate Cup.
The North Devon Intermediate Two strugglers won 2-1 at Rock Park to dump out Equalizers, the Intermediate One leaders.
Having won the cup as a combined first and second team in 2010, the competition seems to bring the best out of Woolsery.
Ryan Mudway put them ahead with a fine strike and Glenn Dealey followed up to score the second after his initial penalty was saved.
A depleted Woolsery team found themselves under even more pressure when Ben Johnson had to leave early because his partner went into labour.
But despite a goal from Phil Norman giving Equalizers hope, they held out to set up a meeting with Hemmens, of the Hodgson Insurance Kingsley League, in the next round.
Northside Atlantic, last season's beaten finalists, won 7-3 in an entertaining game at Bridgerule.
Dan Barnes, the keeper, was their man of the match, making several key saves, including one from a penalty he conceded.
With Matt May and Graham Rooke working hard in midfield, Northside gradually got a grip on the game.
Rooke fired the equaliser and Dave Richardson, the new signing from Putford, put them 2-1 up from the edge of the area.
Bridgerule pulled level but Vince Bott, the player-manager, scored two headers and Richardson went on to complete his hat-trick with an overhead kick. Rooke rounded off the win when his cross-shot flew in from the wing.
Sporting Barum and Chivenor both put eight past Kingsley League opposition.
Sporting recorded their biggest win for years, thumping Holsworthy 8-3 with Mark Dorman scoring four, including a bicycle kick.
The Magpies were already trailing 3-1 when their keeper was sent off for a last-man foul and Sporting eased clear thanks to Kevin Baddick and a hat-trick from Richard Nott.
Timmy Pike and Ross Revill both claimed hat-tricks as Chivenor won 8-0 against Bradworthy.
Chris Gaffney weighed in with a ferocious strike and Chris Sanders broke forward from left back to score the eighth.
A good win for Chivenor was marred by an injury for Josh Jarrett who broke his nose after colliding with a team-mate.
All the damage was done in the first 20 minutes as Woolacombe and Mortehoe stormed to a 3-0 lead against High Bickington with goals from Dan Wright, Chay West and Chay Isaac.
High Bick were already 2-0 down when Ian Stewart, their goalkeeper, went off injured and was replaced by Darren Avery.
Chris Hutchings pulled one back but the visitors had left themselves too much to do.
For the second time this season, Hartland beat local rivals Clovelly, with Richard Davey and Stephen Heard among the goals in a 7-0 win.
Pilton Academicals beat Haxton Rangers 4-0 to set up a second-round meeting with Putford.