Another four goal haul as Robins swoop to top spot.

PUBLISHED: 18:19 29 August 2010

exsp football Budleigh goal celebration

exsp football Budleigh goal celebration

Copyright: I Hitchcock

Two wins and a draw were the sum product of the weekends action for Budleigh Salterton, Exmouth Town and the Royal Marines AFC with Robins taking top billing with a second successive four goal haul and top spot in their fledgling table.

BUDLEIGH Salterton are the early leaders of the South West Peninsula League, Eastern Division after they beat Totnes & Dartington Greenway Lane 4-2.

Sam Schlaefli crowned a Man of the Match performance with a brace and there were other goals for Khalid Badavi and Danny Williams.

The Robins head the fledgling table by a single point and can extend their early lead on Wednesday night (September 1) when they make the short trip to Ottery St Mary.

Exmouth Town remain unbeaten two games into their League campaign but equally they are still to win after they had their second successive 1-1 draw.

They shared two first half goals with Liverton at Southern Road. Johnny Holding bagged his first goal for Town and Andy Alexander produced the man of the Match performance.

The Royal Marines AFC won a second successive Premier Diviison game, and, just like their first win, one goal did the trick with veteran striker Phil Everett notching the only goal to see of former team Witheridge at Endurance Park.

Make sure to get your copy of the next Exmouth and Budleigh Journal for the best match reports on the local sides – on sale from Thursday (September 2).

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