WESTERN LEAGUE First Division round-up week 35

Western LeaguelogoIt was a memorable afternoon for all at fourth-placed Wincanton who celebrated a 4-0 home win over Hengrove Athletic.

The main cause for celebration came after 25 minutes when Dan Wise fired home from the spot to open the scoring in his 700th first team appearance.


LEAGUE ONE Plymouth Argyle 2 Cheltenham Town 0

Plymouth Argyle continued their play-off push with a sixth League One win on the spin thanks to two moments of magic.

Niall Ennis scored a superb 14th minute opener arrowing in a grasscutter from the far side of the penalty box and in off the far post past diving keeper Owen Evans.


WESTERN LEAGUE Premier Division round-up week 34

Western LeaguelogoKevin Hill's Exmouth Town are the new Western League leaders, following a testing 2-2 draw with Street at Southern Road.

A point was enough to enable Exmouth to soar to top spot on goal difference as long term leaders Tavistock were inactive.


WESTERN LEAGUE First Division round-up week 34

Leaders Sherborne strengthened their position at the Western League First Division summit thanks to a 2-0 top of the table win over third placed Warminster Town at Raleigh Grove.

The eagerly-anticipated clash was decided during a five-minute spell at the beginning of the second half, when Josh Williams scored twice to clinch a crucial win for the Zebras.


KJM SPORT MATCH REPORT Millbrook AFC 1 Keynsham 0

Millbrook AFC LogoRemember those halcyon days in early season when the quality of Millbrook’s football made supporters and admirers purr?

And more often than not, they failed to turn supremacy into points as they tried to find their feet in the Western League.


KJM SPORT REPORTS Cornwall Senior Cup semi-finals

cornwall faSaltash United 1 Wendron United 3

Let’s get this out of the way first – Saltash United were far from their best on a chilly Spring evening at Burngullow Park.

The team who were bidding to reach their fourth successive Senior Cup final ended the night on the floor, literally.


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