KJM SPORT REPORT Bodmin Town 2 Launceston AFC 1

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A last-gasp strike from Dan Jennings brought joy to Bodmin and despair to a Launceston side who came so close to an impressive Peninsula Premier West point at Priory Park last night.

With the game entering the third and final minute of time added on, Jason Vincent’s fine cross from wide on the right had substitute Levi Landricombe stretching to get in a header.


KJM SPORT REPORT Buckland Athletic 3 Millbrook AFC 1

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AN old boy standing outside the clubhouse at half-time told a friend: “I’ve a good mind to ask for my money back.”

“Yes, that’s the worst we have played this season,” his friend responded as these two Buckland die-hards talked through a first half which saw Millbrook lead 1-0.


SWPL EAST Ivybridge Town 3 Ottery St Mary 1

IVYBRIDGE Town maintained their South West Peninsula League East challenge with a 3-1 home win over Ottery St Mary at Erme Valley.

It was the sixth successive league win for Ivybridge, who were third in the East Division table with 27 points from 13 matches, four points behind leaders Okehampton.


LEAGUE ONE Plymouth Argyle 2 Burton Albion 1

Ryan Lowe’s Plymouth Argyle soared to the top of League One with a 2-1 home win and their 11th unbeaten league game on the spin.

Argyle took the lead with a superb 15th minute strike from playmaker Conor Grant as the ball dropped to him on the edge of the box from an Albion headed clearance.


KJM SPORT REPORT Saltash Utd 1 Mousehole AFC 3

Western LeaguelogoMousehole continued their climb up the Western Premier table on Wednesday night with a deserved victory over a Saltash side who had knocked them out of the Cornwall Senior Cup five days earlier.

The Ashes, buoyant after a superb 2-1 cup win at Trungle Park, went into the game at a drizzly Kimberley defending a six-match unbeaten run.


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.


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