SWPL EAST Teignmouth AFC 2 Ivybridge Town 4

IVYBRIDGE Town ended their South West Peninsula League season in style with a 4-2 away win at Teignmouth on Wednesday.

The game had a 6.45 pm kick-off because of Teignmouth’s lack of floodlights and, although the early kick off disrupted the usual pre-match preparations, it did not seem to disrupt the Ivies as they created a flurry of early chances before taking the lead with a Luke Forward volley from a Sean Thompson cross in the 16th minute.


TRURO CITY clinch National League South promotion

Connor Riley-Lowe scored a dramatic Southern Premier League promotion play-off final winner as Truro City clinched a National League return.

City skipper Riley-Lowe struck in the fourth of five stoppage time minutes to secure a thrilling 3-2 win at Bracknell.


LEAGUE ONE Plymouth Argyle 2 Bristol Rovers 0

Table toppers Plymouth claimed their 19th League One home win, 2-0 over West rivals Bristol Rovers, to stay on course for automatic promotion.

Striker Niall Ennis broke the deadlock with a brilliantly executed bicycle kick on 51 minutes.


KJM SPORT REPORT Cadbury Heath 1 Millbrook 5

FOUR days after failing to find a goal in their last home eague game of the season against Street, Millbrook ended their campaign by hitting five at bottom club Cadbury Heath on Saturday.

Macca Brown’s men will finish mid-table 13th in the Premier Division - barring two big wins for Wellington in their last two games - and that’s some achievement given the club’s meagre playing budget.


KJM SPORT REPORT Buckland Athletic 1 Millbrook AFC 0

Western LeaguelogoAn 80th minute "worldie" from Sam Stayt left Millbrook empty-handed despite an impressive display at Homers Heath.

Five days after a gruelling and morale-sapping defeat in the Cornwall Senior Cup final, which went to extra time and penalties, the Brook could have been excused for being flat in their Western Premier encounter at Homer's Heath.


SWPL EAST Ivybridge Town 1 Okehampton Argyle 1

Fletch in actionA LAST gasp penalty by Fletcher Williams (pictured) enabled Ivybridge Town to rescue a point with a 1-1 draw at home to Okehampton in the South West Peninsula League.

It needed a half-time pep talk from manager Darren Stewart to spark some life into the Ivybridge side after a below par first half in which they were fortunate to escape with a single goal deficit at the interval.


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