South Devon premier

Watts Blake Bearne 5

Chagford 2

ON Wednesday of last week, Chagford firsts travelled to title seeking WBB who showed their championship potential.

The visitors however felt disappointed in their failure to capitalise on a 2-1 advantage given to them by Andrew Davis and Christian Crowther-Smith.

Chagford 7

Kingsteignton Athletic 0

WITH representatives of the Devon and Exeter Football League in attendance for the first half, the Moorlanders more than made up for their midweek aberration by sweeping into a four goal lead by half-time.

The day's football was far more attractive to watch although Kingsteignton teeter on the verge of relegation. Andrew Davis (penalty), Joe Whatley, Gavin Forsey and Steve Scott gave Chagford the advantage they needed and never looked like relinquishing.

Scott went on to complete his hat-trick in the second half, Robbie Miller also adding a single.

South Devon division five

Babbacombe Corinthians Res 4

Chagford Reserves 1

CORINTHIANS with the help of results elsewhere, went to the top of the table as Chagford Reserves failed to continue their unbeaten run. The highlight of the game was Chris Woof's goal for the visitors although the management could not fault the team, following the amount of games squeezed in to so short a period.

Chagford Reserves 1

Broadhempston Utd Res 1

CHAGFORD had the major part of the possession but could not press home their advantage. Despite driving forward from the off, Chagford conceded in the sixth minute when Wills was lobbed by Jamie Topham whose effort went in-off bar and post. From there on it was nearly all one way traffic but the hosts failed to convert their chances. Wills made a superb early second half tip over to keep Chagford in the game and the pendulum finally fell back in their favour. Woof had a penalty shout dismissed, Hutchison had a shot well collected and substitute Adam Stocks fired just over the bar.

Chagford played patient, passing football and eventually were rewarded. Dan Elphick was sent clear on the left, crossed and Stocks touched it on for Chris Woof to hammer home his 19th goal of the season.