SWPL EAST Elburton Villa 0 Ivybridge Town 3

Haye Road rr IVYBRIDGE Town continued their impressive league form with a fifth successive South West Peninsula League victory, completing the double over local rivals Elburton Villa at Haye Road.

Impressive forward Fletcher Williams, skippering the side in the absence of Scott Pocock, rounded off a spell of Ivybridge pressure by deftly firing his side ahead on 35 minutes with a measured, angled finish.


KJM SPORT REPORT Tavistock AFC 5 Shepton Mallet AFC 3

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It was raining goals at a soaked Langsford Park on Saturday as Tavistock jumped to the top of the table for the first time this season after smashing five goals past previously unbeaten Shepton Mallet.

On a pitch which stood up well to morning downpours, Josh Grant and Liam Prynn hit two goals each and the other was added by Jake Miller as Stuart Henderson’s side underlined their title aspirations.


KJM SPORT REPORT Helston Athletic 3 Millbrook AFC 3

helston millbrook KJMMackenzie Brown is running in the London Marathon on Sunday – you could argue it will be less stressful than watching the football team he manages.

The 26.2 miles he hopes to conquer at the weekend to raise money for the charity Whizz Kidz is bound to stretch him to his limits physically.


LEAGUE 1 Plymouth Argyle 1 Crewe Alexandra 1

RYAN HARDIE courtesyPAFC Plymouth Argyle boss Ryan Lowe praised his side for extending their unbeaten run to nine League One games following a 1-1 comeback draw against Crewe.

Lowe said: “Where we are now with 10 games gone on 19 points is a good start for us.”


KJM SPORT REPORT Millbrook AFC 3 Bridgwater United 3

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MILLBROOK don’t do dull. But on Saturday they were left feeling they had just scored the goal of the century only to see it ruled out by VAR.

There they were, cruising into the last 20 minutes with a 3-0 lead, having played some of their best football of their inaugural Western League Premier season. 


KJM SPORT MATCH REPORT Dobwalls 1 Falmouth Town 4

SWPL logoLeaders Falmouth stretched their 100 per cent start to the season to eight games at Lantoom Park with a strong performance to see off determined Dobwalls.

The final score in the Westy-country derby was unkind on the home side because it was a much closer contest than 4-1 suggests.


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