Beer Albion continued their good run of form with a fine 3-1 win away against Topsham Town in the Devon Football League, writes Richard Honnor.  

It was a hard-fought contest on a heavy surface but the Fishermen were good value for the win. They were solid at the back, powerful and creative in midfield and created more chances than their opponents who can thank their excellent keeper for a string of fine saves.

Beer got away to a rip-roaring start, taking the lead through Josh French with just two minutes gone. After the initial onslaught, Topsham began to exploit space in midfield and drew level with a header from a corner.

Two minutes after half-time, Beer restored the lead when George Richards fired home from a deep corner by Cody Bowditch. The decisive third also came from a Bowditch corner, Finley Rooke hauled down in the box for a penalty he then converted.