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04 September 2006 | cmather

Results of 3 Divisions

The 2006 / 2007 got underway for sixteen teams in the Devon Womens League on Sunday 3rd September.

Dynamo Torquay shot straight to the top of the Premier Division following their impressive 4-2 win over Bideford. Vicky Elliot helped herself to two with Rachel Gue and Caitlin Labajo netting one each for the home side. Barnstaple Town also collected three points with a 2-1 win over Exmouth Town, Jess Pearce scoring a double for the North Devon side. Dawlish Town and Totnes & Dartington battled out a 3-all draw in the third Premier Division game.

There was only one game in Division One due to the late withdrawal of Chaddlewood Minors and both Rolle Rockets and the University of Plymouth still on summer vacations. Last seasons fourth placed Exeter Rangers started off the season strongly with a 4-1 win over Feniton with goals from Mandy King. Helen Wells, Sarah Godbeer and new signing Elizabeth Allan.

The five new teams accepted into the League were all in action in Division Two. Exeter City C.O.E. and Ivybridge Town scored five goals a piece to make them joint leaders of the new Division. Gabby Stoneman put two past Lamerton with Siobhan Aslett, Namoi Watkins and Mandy Earle finding the back of the net for City without response. Kate Binmore and Sarah Smith both helped themselves to doubles in Ivybridges first victory of the season, Nikki Caunce adding the home teams fifth. Lauren Wallinger scored both goals in Old Suttonians victory over Combe Martin with Katie Mason putting away a hatrick in Torridgesides 5-1 win over newcomers North Prospect Rangers.

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