Rangers were on their travels again on Saturday, with a trip to Torrington in North Devon.
The manager had a near full squad with only Jack Lewis missing.
The team began well, putting the Torrington defence under pressure. From an attack down the right, Jack Bryant was able to get in a cross enabling Joe Wilkinson to score with a looping header.
Torrington had a chance to equalise soon after, when a rare counter attack resulted in Luke making an excellent save.
Cully continued to dominate the game, and were rewarded when Sam Jones was brought down in the box, giving Joe a chance to add his second goal, which he duly obliged.
With half time approaching, Lloyd White scored with a screamer into the top corner from outside the box, giving Torrington something to think about at the break.
Cully would have expected Torrington to have a real go in the second half, but with Cully superbly marshalled by Captain Sam Bryant in defence, they kept out any hopes Torrington had in getting back in the game. With minutes from time Joe put the game out of reach with a well taken goal to complete his hat trick.
The match ended 4-0 to Cullompton. This was a thoroughly deserved victory and a solid team performance.
Rev the roving reporter.
No game this week. Next game on 11th February at Newton Abbot Spurs k.o 15.00.