Mount Gould go level at the top after Ball strikes
MOUNT Gould made the most of their rivals being in cup duty to go level on points at the top of Division One when they beat Tavistock Community A 2-1.
Neil Kinsman scored for Mount Gould as they went into the break 1-0 ahead. But a screamer from Ross Sherrell saw Tavistock level.
The game looked to be heading for a draw until Jack Ball stepped up to score for Mount Gould late on.
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UNIVERSITY B are still awaiting their first points of the season after they lost 4-2 to Horrabridge.
In an end-to-end first half, University went 1-0 up before Nelson Musana brought the scores level before the interval.
Ash Saward then took Horrabridge into the lead before University equalised.
However, Horrabridge then stepped up a level and started to dominate and a Ryan Veale goal and a 30-yard Jamie Carter volley saw them move up to fifth in the table.
DEVON PREMIER CUP
STEAM Packet were beaten 7-5 by Ivybridge in a high scoring cup tie.
Steam Packet trailed 4-2 at half-time, but hit back to take a 5-4 lead.
Ivybridge, though, showed their class to bag, three more goals and settle the tie. Nigel Roberts (2), Lee Witts (2) and Shane Ware scored the goals for Steam Packet.
High-flying Roborough won 3-2 at Peninsula League Axminster Town after overturning a 2-0 half-time deficit.
Roborough got back on terms through Craig Smith and Tom Rapson's 20-yard shot.
Visiting Roborough snatched the win with a penalty in the last minute from Ty Lavis.
The all Division One local tie between Millbridge and Marjon saw the former triumph 4-1.
Man-of-the-match James Donnellon scored a hat-trick and Travis Mackie netted the other for Millbridge, while Lee Dare scored for Marjon.
Chaddlewood Miners OB faced a difficult trip to Stoke Gabriel, who recently recorded a 23-0 win.
Chaddy fared much better than that though, as they gave a good account of themselves despite losing 4-0. Joe Barwell played particularly well in the middle of the park.
Lee Moor A lost 9-1 at home to Devon & Exeter League side Feniton. Joss Marino scored the hosts' only goal when he equalised in the sixth minute.
Efford United went down 3-0 at Peninsula League Exwick, while Hideaway Café enjoyed an impressive 3-1 win against Bideford Reserves at Jennycliff.
Café broke the deadlock through Anthony Montford after 15 minutes, but were pegged back almost immediately by Bideford. The second half proved to be as evenly matched as the first, until goals from Sean Jude and a Chris Brutey penalty saw Café into the next round.
The Windmill were involved in an eight-goal thriller at Beer Albion, going down 5-3.
University of Plymouth A beat north Devon's Georgeham & Croyde 3-2 at Staddiscombe, with goals from Miles Hatfield, Pete Geary and Andy Keenan.
DEVON SENIOR CUP
MORLEY Rangers took their fine league form into the cup, winning 2-1 at Kingsteignton Athletic Reserves with goals from Arash Dinari and Josh Hocking.
Lee Moor B claimed a deserved 3-2 victory at Bampton thanks to goals from Walters, Vanstone and Batey.
Roborough Reserves lost 5-0 at Upottery, while Novahomes A also went out 2-1 at Dawlish United.
DEVON INTERMEDIATE CUP
PLYMOUTH Falcons beat Horrabridge Rangers Reserves 4-2 despite two goals from Rangers' Ryan Smale.
Plymouth Spurs eased to a 12-0 victory over winless Kitto.
Spurs' goals came from Ben Alberts (3), Tom Oliver (2), Paul Collins (2), Shane Whatton (2), James Spear (2) and John Craven.
Woodford won a 6-4 thriller against Division Four rivals Novahomes B. Their goals came from Phil Dyer (4), Sam Hymant and Matthew Keane.
Chaddlewood Miners B had victory snatched from them in the last five minutes at Lamerton.
Sam Leeke and Ben Davies had put Chaddlewood 2-1 up, but a goal in the 85th minute and a last-minute penalty saw Lamerton grab a late 3-2 victory.
CORBIN MAKIN hit eight goals as Morley Rangers B beat Princetown 13-0 at Plymstock.
Rangers were 5-0 after 20 minutes against a Princetown side weakened by injuries to key players.
Morley's other goals came from Ricky Hitt, Luke Chubb, Alex Warren and Jack Taylor.