SWPL EAST Torpoint Athletic 3 Ivybridge Town 1

A PROMISING start ended in disappointment for Ivybridge Town as they suffered their first defeat in eight South West Peninsula League matches.

The match began well enough for Ivybridge with Fletcher Williams shooting them into the lead from a free kick after 15 minutes. The visitors remained on top for the remainder of the first half but failed to find the vital second goal.


FA VASE first round Millbrook AFC 1 Wellington AFC 2

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MILES QUICK's 89th minute strike secured Wellington’s place in the FA Vase second round for the first time in four years against a Millbrook side missing key players.

Quick took advantage of a deflection off a defender which left him unmarked inside the penalty area and he coolly slid his shot past goalkeeper Chris Wearing.


SWPL EAST SG & Torbay Police 2 Ivybridge Town 3

Ivys 600x600IVYBRIDGE Town's winning run continued when they made it seven South West Peninsula League East wins on the spin at Stoke Gabriel.

But the greens made hard work of beating a side who are bottom of the table and took the lead with their first real attack of the game in the 35th minute.


KJM SPORT REPORT Launceston AFC 1 Camelford AFC 2

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Ed Harrison’s 88th minute header clinched victory for 10-man Camelford who moved up to second in the table after a battle royale in the torrential rain at Pennygillam.

Harrison, who had missed a 20th minute penalty, appeared at the near post to glance in a corner to set off wild, wet and windy celebrations in the clubhouse corner.


LEAGUE ONE Plymouth Argyle 3 Bolton Wanderers 0

EFL logo cropRyan Lowe’s Plymouth Argyle maintained top spot in League One with a 3-0 home win over Bolton Wanderers at rain-lashed Home Park.

Victory made it three League One wins on the spin and 13 unbeaten for the in-form greens.


SWPL WCP CUP Ivybridge Town 5 Torrington AFC 0

Ivys 600x600IVYBRIDGE Town are in the hat for tonight's South West Peninsula Walter C Parson League Cup last 16 draw after beating Torrington 5-0 in their second round tie at Erme Valley on Saturday.

It was a comfortable win for the Ivies, who took command with early goals from Jacob Bowker and Callum Merrin in the ninth and 12th minutes.


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