DEFENDING champions Manor Building started the new season as they finished the old by defeating Eagles 57-21.
Players of the match were Katie Clarke (Manor) and Natasha Johns (Eagles).
Gulls are second in the table after they defeated South Devon College 33-17.
South Devon College were missing some key players and hope to pick up for the rest of the season. Kate Harper (South Devon College) and Tamzin Braund Tully (Gulls) were players of the match.
Loxton Ladies pipped RPM Rockets 30-29 in a close fought game.
Becky Darke (Loxton Ladies) and Kerry Frost (RPM Rockets) were players of the match.
Elsewhere in the opening round of games, Mount Stuart defeated Olive Branch Divas 27-19.
Players of the match Cindy Moon (Olive Branch Divas) and Claire Talbot (Mount Stuart).
DIVISION Two new girls Ark Angels drew 29-29 with Sea Snacks.
The teams were level at end of every quarter, except for the third when Sea Snacks were ahead by a goal!
Wing-defence Niki Mooney (Sea Snacks) and goal-defence Madeline Pooley for Ark Angels picked up the PoM awards.
New kit seemed to suit South West Plumbing Falcons, who defeated Apollo 41-27.
Falcons steadily increased their lead in the first quarter, then pulled away in the third and fourth.
Wing-attack Amy Bean received PoM for Apollo with Caitlin Brown in the goal-defence role for Falcons taking the other.
Wellswood Ceramics enjoyed an emphatic 47- 22 win over Belles.
They were 13 goals up in first quarter and extended the lead in every quarter.
Steph Wormsley, playing both defending roles, prevented Belles from reducing the gap and received POM for Wellswood.
Belles' Kim Vogler playing wing-attack and wing-defence received PoM for her team.
TAS Dave's Gas took an early lead against Tigers, which they maintained to win 37-20.
Great defending by goal-defence Polly Tressider earned her POM for TAS.
Linda Byrne, playing centre for Tigers, worked hard to keep and distribute the ball and was a well-deserved PoM.
RIVIERA went straight to the top of the table in Division Three thanks to a 48-26 win over Pumas.
Riviera's player of the match Sharon Bly was consistent with her shooting, helping the team to a win.
Ali Northcott earned PoM for Pumas at centre.
Second in the table after the opening round of matches are Murphy's Road House, who defeated Music Café 32-19.
Music Cafe held Murphy's Roadhouse in the first quarter, but by half time Murphy's stormed ahead.
Music Café's PoM Steph Shenton (C) kept the pressure on throughout, but it wasn't enough against Murphy's PoM Quinn Hooton (WA), who supported her shooters with excellent feeding into the circle.
Harbourway Hawks won 25-17 against MHW Engineering who pushed to get close in the second half.
Players of the matche were Laura Harris for Hawks who provided some excellent shooting; and Nicola Washbrook at centre for MHW.
The match between Allsorts and Devonshire Windows was a close one, with Devonshire Windows stealing a 19-12 win.
Lianne Erwin (centre) put the pressure on with brilliant intercepting across court, but Alanna Riley (GD) for Devonshire Windows helped secure a win by excellent defending.