Sunday League pacesetters Kings Tamerton remain top after 5-0 victory over Bar Sol Ona
JOINT leaders Kings Tamerton CA maintained their early-season pace with a 5-0 victory against Bar Sol Ona, at Tipsite.
It was a sloppy start from the hosts, who were punished by Calum Wadge's volley which thundered in off the bar, before Paul Simpson doubled the lead.
Tamerton maintained control, with Darren West heading in a third before the interval, while Chris Carter and Robbie Almond also netted.
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Teenage sensation Rhys Walton kept up his record of scoring in every game by grabbing five in Windmill's 11-0 thrashing of Barbican Pirates.
Walton completed his third hat-trick of the season after just 34 minutes, while his team-mates chipped in with goals against a hapless Pirates side.
Elsewhere, in-form Joe Partridge could not prevent Hedges from losing 5-4 to Keyham Vaults.
Leon Woodman, Matt Fulton and Rich Brady scored as well as Partridge, but goals from Matt Foster, Dan O'Connor and Lloyd Russell, plus Tom Blackler's brace nicked the points for Keyham.
Lakeside Athletic preserved the only 100 per cent record in Division One after shaking off Navy Inn 5-3.
Anthony Davies hit a hat-trick, with James Alexander and Dean McMillan also scoring.
Stuart Richardson's free-kick rescued Valentis in a 2-2 draw against Revelstoke Rangers.
Valentis went ahead, courtesy of Lee Place, but Revelstoke turned the game on its head, leaving it to Richardson to salvage something.
FRIARY Vaults talisman Andy Cordner had an eventful encounter as his depleted side edged out Hyde Park 3-2.
The forward missed a spot-kick and tapped-in to break the deadlock before twice providing centres for Jason Williams and Ben Jenkins to score.
Jake Osborne and Paul Howells netted for struggling Hyde Park.
Walkhampton are the only Division Two side not to register a point, after losing 5-1 to Saltram Athletic.
An own goal saw them go behind, before Scott Blatchford gave Saltram more daylight with a 2-0 lead, but Kyle McLaughlin rounded the keeper to halve the deficit.
However, Blatchford added a second, while Darren Beer and Phil Knight also scored to secure the win, with Walkhampton twice hitting the woodwork.
Trebles for Dale Hooper and Ryan Richards set up an eye-catching 12-2 triumph for Barne Barton Rangers over Navy Inn Reserves.
In a surprisingly one-sided contest, Jay Chard, Nick Cotton, Scott Cotton, Joe Fry, Scott Dyer, and Pete Widdicombe all got in on the act.
Kings Tamerton CA B battled to a 4-1 win over Activate, in a scrappy encounter.
Strikes from Steward Coniam and Joe Atwill gave the victors a cushion, but Liam Donavan's long-range effort deservedly gave Activate a chance.
However, Kyle Bennie ended Activate resistance, with Ben Ford adding a fourth.
Melbourne Inn's impressive first half display proved decisive as they beat Plymouth United 5-2.
Sam Cory and Ryan Thorrington were on the mark, with Ryan McNaught netting his penalty to establish a three-goal lead, with Cory and Thorrington scoring again after the interval.
DON VELOSO made a telling impact as Friary Vaults B surprisingly triumphed 3-1 at Horrabridge Rangers.
He opened the scoring after winning and dispatching a penalty, before Rangers levelled through Aaron Johnson's smart finish.
An own goal nudged Friary back in-front, and they confirmed victory when Mark Williams slipped in Veloso to slot home.
Lloyd Pomfert's double helped inflict Bar Sol Ona Reserves' first defeat of the season, as they went down 4-1 at Maritime SC.
There were also goals for Ben McKenzie and Ashley Swabey as the winners raced out of the blocks, while Dan Evans pulled one back for Bar Sol.
Wembury Rovers player-manager Jon Winters shone on his return to the side as they coasted past opponents Plymouth United B 4-0.
He did not trouble the scoresheet, though, as Benjamin Douglas' brace plus strikes from Connor Rundle and Steve Buckle did the business.
Seymour Arms boosted their goal difference by winning 10-0 against Princetown.
There were two goals apiece for Adam Lake and star man Mike Beer, while Kieron Sercombe, Ritchie Mitchell, Ash Goodall, Lee Smith and Chris Mayhew-Bradley all scored.
Dean Jones provided the game's highlight, however, with the regular centre-back finding the top corner from 35 yards out.