SWPL EAST Ivybridge Town 5 Elmore AFC 0

Ivys 600x600IVYBRIDGE Town returned to winning ways in the South West Peninsula League with a comfortable 5-0 home victory over Elmore on Saturday.

It was a pleasing performance by Ivybridge, who eased into a 2-0 interval lead with goals from Jordan Ewing (30th min) and Fletcher Williams (35).


KJM SPORT REPORT Keynsham Town 2 Millbrook AFC 1

Far from home with a depleted squad, to lose to a goal in the sixth minute of time added on is about as tough as it gets in the Western League.

But Millbrook boss Macca Brown was lavish in his praise of struggling Keynsham’s young side, who got the better of the Cornish side on the 3G pitch.


SWPL EAST Torrington 1 Ivybridge Town 1

LEADING scorer Jordan Ewing grabbed a late equaliser as Ivybridge picked up an away point from their 1-1 draw at Torrington in the South West Peninsula League on Saturday.

The first half proved goalless with Ivybridge failing to find the finishing touch despite playing well and creating some good openings.


KJM SPORT REPORT Millbrook AFC 1 Ilfracombe Town 1

What some teams would do for a five-week break right now. Alas, the Western League continues while those at the very top take leave as many of their players head for the World Cup in Qatar.
On Saturday, Millbrook had to settle for a home point against Clem Bennellick's hard-working Ilfracombe after spurning a number of chances to secure all three.


FA CUP first round Torquay United 2 Derby County 2

FA CupNational League basement side Torquay United forced an FA Cup replay at League One high flyers Derby County following a late leveller - almost the last kick of the tie.

Will Goodwin swooped to score United’s equaliser in the fifth and final minute of stoppage time following a goalmouth scramble as the Gulls laid siege to 10-man County’s goal.


KJM SPORT REPORT Ashton & Backwell 3 Millbrook AFC 1

Millbrook AFC LogoThe frustrations of football were there for all to see as Millbrook failed to capitalise on a dominant first hour at the Lancer Scott Stadium on Saturday.

They had no goals to show for their efforts and when Joe Banks broke the deadlock for United, the writing was on the wall for Macca Brown’s boys.


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