LEAGUE ONE Plymouth Argyle 4 Exeter City 2

Plymouth Argyle soared four points clear at the League One summit following a thrilling 4-2 comeback win over Devon rivals Exeter City at rain-lashed Home Park.

Substitute striker Ryan Hardie was the match-winner, clinching Argyle’s club record ninth home league win on the spin with a superb late double.


KJM SPORT REPORT Millbrook AFC 1 Buckland Athletic 1

Super sub Ryan Knight conjured a late goal to earn a point for Millbrook against a strong Buckland side at Jenkins Park on Saturday.

Knight, who had been introduced after an hour with the Brook trailing to a 35th minute Rob Farkins goal, smashed home a close range shot from a corner. 


LEAGUE ONE Plymouth Argyle 2 Shrewsbury Town 1

argyle logo2013Pacesetters Plymouth Argyle made it eight home League One wins on the spin as they came back from 1-0 down to beat Shrewsbury.

Argyle staged a superb second half turnaround after a shape change and the second half introduction of substitutes Sam Cosgrove, skipper Joe Edwards, Niall Ennis and Brendon Galloway - whol all made telling impact.


KJM SPORT REPORT Clevedon Town 6 Millbrook AFC 0

We’ve all heard the terms "After the Lord Mayor’s Show" and "Football’s a Funny Old Game" both of which could be applied after Millbrook’s second half surrender at Western League rivals Clevedon on Saturday.

A week after ending Bridgwater’s fantastic 15-match unbeaten start to the campaign, Macca Brown’s side were torn apart and conceded five goals in a disastrous second 45 minutes.


KJM SPORT REPORT Millbrook AFC 3 Bridgwater Utd 1

Western LeaguelogoManager Macca Brown has challenged his Millbrook players to reproduce the level of performance they achieved in ending Western League leaders Bridgwater’s 15-match unbeaten start to the season on Saturday.

Goals from Josh Johnson and Josh Toulson in the opening 20 minutes put the Brook in charge and although Bridgwater pulled a goal back through Jack Taylor, Sean Thomson sealed victory with a stunning stoppage time goal.


SWPL CUP Launceston AFC 0 Ivybridge Town 1

SWPL logoIVYBRIDGE Town maintained their involvement in three separate cup competitions with a 1-0 away win over Launceston in the Walter C Parson South West Peninsula League Cup second round.

The victory takes Ivybridge through to the last 16 of the competition with third round ties due to be played on or before January 2.


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