SALTASH UNITED tackle leaders with renewed confidence

Saltash United are assured of playing tomorrow - and not many South West non-league teams are able to say that with confidence.

The Ashes’ Cornish derby against Western League leaders Helston Athletic has been switched from Kellaway Park to the all weather Devon FA pitch at Coach Road, Newton Abbot, with a 2.30pm kick-off.


Weather scuppers tonight's Ivybridge Parkway clash

Wet weather struck again with heavy overnight rain causing the postponement of tonight's Devon County St Luke’s Bowl second round tie between Ivybridge Town and Plymouth Parkway because of a waterlogged pitch at Erme Valley.

The match has been re-arranged for next Wednesday (Nov 15) with a 7.30pm kick-off.


IVYBRIDGE TOWN appoint new management team

ivybridge town Lance Wayne MM and Dave GraddonA NEW management team has been appointed to take charge of Ivybridge Town in the South West Peninsula League next season.

Former Ivybridge players Lance Bailey and Martin Mitchell will be joined by trophy-winning Mount Gould boss Wayne Gamble following the decision of present Ivies manager Darren Stewart to stand down at the end of this term.


IVYBRIDGE boss Stewart to step down at end of season

Darren Stewart30663DARREN Stewart is set to step down as manager of South West Peninsula League side Ivybridge Town at the end of the season and has officially informed the players and club committee of his decision.

Stewart explains: “The club were aware prior to the current campaign that promotion was the sole focus of this season for me and that I would be prepared and excited to lead the club into a new era in step five football but, if we did not achieve this, then my time at the club would finish.


Goalless turn of year signals Millbrook improvement

Millbrook AFC LogoTwo goalless games don’t sound very festive or much fun – but Millbrook manager Macca Brown was relatively happy with 0-0 Western League Premier draws at home to Torpoint and away to Wellington over the holiday period.

Brown recognises the value in being able to keep a clean sheet or two. After all, all successful teams are built from the back and if you don’t concede, you’ll find you don’t lose many games.


FA VASE Super South West six through to last 32

Isuzu FaVaselogoSix South West football teams are through to the last 32 of the FA Vase.

Western League premier sides Bridgwater Town, Buckland Athletic and Clevedon Town are joined in today’s fourth round draw by Corsham Town, Hartpury University and Brixham AFC. 


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