KJM SPORT REPORT Millbrook AFC 5 Clevedon Town AFC 2

Millbrook vs Clevedon KJM Sport
Millbrook chose the perfect time to produce their best performance of the season as they swept aside Clevedon at Jenkins Park.

The midweek 3-1 home defeat by Buckland Athletic heralded the first murmurings of concern at the amount of goals the Brook were conceding.


KJM SPORT REPORT Millbrook AFC 1 Buckland Athletic 3

Millbrook Buckland KJM Sport

GOALS king Levi Landricombe scored twice as Buckland returned to winning ways with a comfortable Western League Premier Division victory over struggling Millbrook at Jenkins Park.

Landricombe fired an individually brilliant opening goal in the 34th minute, breaking from midfield to power forward and smash a left footer in off the post.


KJM SPORT REPORT Mousehole AFC 5 Millbrook AFC 1

mousehole THREE goals in the opening 16 minutes set up Mousehole for a return to winning ways as a severely weakened Millbrook were soundly beaten at Trungle Parc.

When the home side swept ahead as early as the fourth minute through Tallan Mitchell, you feared the worst for the Brook, and goals from Mark Goldsworthy and Callam Mconie confirmed that.


KJM SPORT REPORT Millbrook AFC 0 Helston Athletic 3

Western LeaguelogoMILLBROOK’S hectic August schedule came to a disappointing close as they were well beaten by impressive Helston at Jenkins Park.

In what was already their ninth fixture of the season, and only 48 hours after a tough battle at Tavistock, Millbrook looked a tired outfit and could not find their rhythm.


KJM SPORT REPORT Tavistock AFC 2 Millbrook AFC 2

MILLBROOK’S resilience was again tested to the full at Langsford Park on Saturday – and they came through with flying colours.

Brook trailed 1-0 to a 10th minute Josh Grant strike and two minutes later keeper Sam Borthwick broke his left wrist keeping out a fiercely struck Grant penalty.


FA CUP REPLAY Millbrook AFC 1 Willand Rovers 2

Millbrook Willnad KJMSportIt is a measure of how far Milbrook have come that they made a Southern League side fight tooth and nail for victory at Jenkins Park.

The Brook, enjoying their first season in the Western League premier division, played their part in an enthralling FA Cup replay, the outcome of which was up in the air until the final whistle.


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