SAM DICKEN cracked home a hat-trick as Bovey Tracey routed Holsworthy 6-1 in the first round of the Throgmorton Cup.
Bovey went ahead on 22 minutes when an Holsworthy defender turned a cross into his own goal.
Dicken latched on to Tom Pilling's through ball for goal number two, only for Holsworthy to hit back through veteran striker Roger Bonaparte, who was back on his old Bovey stomping ground.
Liam Head nodded in Bovey's third on 65 minutes and in the time left the home side ran riot.
Dicken netted twice to complete his hat-trick then Head laid on a goal for Tom Kelly.
Galmpton needed extra time to squeeze past Totnes & Dartington 3-2 at the Memorial Ground.
T&D were 2-0 up at half time though and questions will be asked how they managed to let that lead slip away.
Alex Mayer lashed home T&D's opener from 30 yards out then Tom Comyn headed home at the near post for 2-0.
Alex Bayliss got a goal back for the Greens just before the break and added a second on 70 minutes to level it.
It stayed scoreless until the second period of extra time when Dan Rankin's shot was deflected home for the winner.
Newton Spurs made the long trip to Sticker in vain as they went down 3-2 in extra time.
Jake Chisholm equalised for Spurs before half time after Jack Bowyer had put the Cornishmen ahead.
The second half was scoreless, but Sticker scored twice in the first period of extra time to take the lead – Andy Butler netting twice.
Spurs pulled one back through Lee Chapman, but too late to make a difference.
Spurs will hope for an upturn in fortunes when they host Galmpton at Marsh Road this Saturday afternoon (2pm) in the Graddon Vending Devon Cup.
Liverton United brought in a clutch of new faces for their tie against Plymstock – and the transformation was instantaneous.
The team that lost 23-0 to Stoke Gabriel seven days earlier – and unwanted league record for Liverton – won 2-1.
Plymstock had a player sent off after 10 minutes – Tom Cole dismissed for a reckless challenge on Livers' Declan Cassidy – while his side were already a goal up thanks to Duncan Duthrie's strike.
Liverton drew level before the break when Ollie Booth fired home.
Plymstock held out under pressure throughout the second half, forcing the game into extra time.
Four minutes from time Jack White hit a rasping drive past the Plymstock keeper to avoid the dreaded penalty shoot-out.
Teignmouth needed extra time to beat Dobwalls 4-2 in a Coombe Valley mudbath.
There was no score at all in the first half and it was Dobwalls who went ahead five minutes after the break when Harry Hook netted.
Geoff Breslan levelled it for Teignmouth midway through the half and that was it until a flurry of scoring activity in extra time.
Liam MaCauley bent a free-kick round the wall for the second then beat the offside trap for the third.
Jamie Bowen made it safe six minutes from time with Teignmouth's fourth, although Maryn Hake got one back from the spot with a minute to go.
Stoke Gabriel found Truro City a tougher nut to crack than Liverton, but went through thanks to a goal on 20 minutes by Dave Worthington.
Stoke keeper Dominic Aplin was kept busy in the second half as Truro peppered his goal with shots.
Next up in the cup for Stoke is a visit to Elburton Villa.