LYME Regis are up and running in Devon & Exeter League Division Two thanks to a 5-2 defeat of Tipton St John.

Tim Edwards’ men picked up their first points of the season against a side that went into the game at Davey Fort having finished eighth in the division last term.

The Seasiders will now look for a third consecutive victory in all competitions when they visit Chulmleigh at The Pavilion on Saturday.

Meanwhile, Lyme’s reserves, still in search of a maiden league success in Division Seven, entertain Wellington Town Thirds.

Lyme’s second string were without a game last weekend, while Wellington secured a 2-1 home triumph over Colyton Reserves.

In the Perry Street League Premier Division, Beaminster maintained their perfect record thanks to a 2-1 win at Chard United.

They stay top of the table with three victories from as many matches and host Combe Reserves on Saturday.

Netherbury got the better of Lyme Bantams 4-2, the latter taking on Winsham at Woodroffe School next.

Uplyme knocked Tivvy Park Rangers of the Devon & Exeter League out of the Devon Intermediate Cup on penalties.

The sides had shared eight goals by the end of extra-time before Uplyme won the shoot-out 4-2.

They go to Crewkerne Rangers in Perry Street League Division One at the weekend, Waytown Hounds meet Barrington Reserves at Netherbury Playing Field and Beaminster Reserves visit Crewkerne Reserves.