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WALDON came out on top, in this end to end tie against Kingsteignton with Waldon scoring first through Joe Hill with in the first four minutes.
By half-time Kingsteignton were 2-1 up.
Waldon came out fighting in the second half and pressured the ball well, with goals from Alfie McLennan, Liam Desa and Daniel Boland to bring home all three points.
JAKE MANN tucked away Waldon's first goal in this game of two halves, while Tom Holland also smashed the ball into the roof of the net.
Robert Herrera grabbed Waldon's third after his first effort came back off the post. But Stoke's Lewis Rider made a great penalty save which helped inspire his side to fight back with goals from Brandon Fox (2) and Ethan Fraser, two of them coming late in the game to make it 3-3.
MAN of the match Jack Wilcock put Waldon into an early lead, and goals from Ole Crosbie-Hawkin and another from Jack Wilcock made it 3-0.
Waldon moved up a gear in the second half, with a further five goals, with the pick coming from Wilcock who scored his fourth after picking up the ball 20 yards out and rifled it into the top corner.
Other goals came from Crosbie-Hawkin (3) and Lyle Milligan.
Striker Brittany Harris hit a superb double hat-trick for Newton Fire as they comfortably saw off Twyford Spartans last weekend.
Despite the visitors, from Tiverton, taking an early lead, Harris hit five first-half goals helped Fire to a 5-2 half-time lead.
Fire's other goals came from Jess De Lacey and Megan Lumgair.
KAYLUN STONE scored all four goals as Apollo Whites enjoyed a league win over Dawlish United on Sunday. There were also some superb saves from Callum Flynn, while Ryan Shenton-Smith drove Apollo on.
APOLLO Blue u16s were knocked out of the County Cup at the third round stage after their clash with Denbury went to penalties.
Apollo took an early lead when William Allen picked out Luke Rhodes with a clever free kick to slot home from close range. Denbury levelled the score mid-half after Apollo's Jared Weaver was adjudged to have got more player than ball in a tackle, leading to a penalty.
And it was Denbury who kept their cool in the shoot-out, going through by 4-3.
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