Plymouth Parkway set Peninsula pace thanks to ace

South West Peninsula League logoPlymouth Parkway beat visiting Newquay AFC 5-1 to make it five wins from five and set the South West Peninsula pace.

Parkway top Peninsula Premier on goal difference from cross-city rivals Plymouth Argyle Reserves who won 4-2 at St Austell to maintain their winning start.

Parkway's goal difference was boosted by a Glynn Hobbs hat-trick.

This season’s early-season surprise package, unbeaten Callington Town recovered from trailing 2-0 at half time to draw 2-2 with last season’s surprise package and eventual runners-up Saltash United.

Dan Pethick and Mike Lewis levelled after Lewis Russell and Chris Menhenick fired the Ashes up.

Newton Abbot Spurs made it three wins from three thanks to a 3-1 SWPL 1 East win at Bovey Tracey.

Unbeaten Crediton, who visit Galmpton & Roselands today, top the table on goal difference.

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