SWPL EAST Ivybridge Town 0 Bovey Tracey AFC 2

SWPL logoTWO superbly taken goals enbled Bovey Tracey to inflict a first defeat of the season on South West Peninsula League Premier East leaders Ivybridge at Erme Valley last night.

It ended a run of eight successive wins at the start of the season by the Ivies, who finished last season with eight successive league victories, so Bovey's success ended a sequence of 16 consecutive league wins.


LEAGUE ONE Plymouth Argyle 1 Oxford Utd 0

Second half substitute Morgan Whittaker fired third placed Plymouth Argyle to their fourth League One win on the spin, 1-0 over Oxford United at rain-lashed Home Park.

Fellow sub Niall Ennis’ shot on the turn inside the box was blocked but when the ball fell to Whittaker on the edge of the area he rifled into the bottom corner through a crowd of players.


KJM SPORT REPORT Ilfracombe Town 5 Millbrook AFC 3

Western LeaguelogoAfter defending very well against Saltash and Shepton Mallet despite 1-0 defeats, Millbrook capitulated in spectacular style at Ilfracombe to throw away hopes of a victory.

Macca Brown’s side were 2-1 up going into the last quarter of the game but then conceded four goals.


SWPL EAST Ivybridge Town 2 Axminster Town 0

SWPL logoA GOAL early in each half was enough for Ivybridge Town to continue their winning run in the South West Peninsula League with a 2-0 home victory over Axminster at Erme Valley on Saturday.

Ivybridge extended their lead at the top of the East Division table with their eighth successive win of the season and are now seven points clear of second-placed Axminster.


KJM SPORT REPORT Millbrook AFC 0 Shepton Mallet AFC 1

Western LeaguelogoA second 1-0 Western League Premier Division home defeat in six days brought plenty of frustration for Millbrook manager Macca Brown as well as some optimism that his team are not far away from better results.

Aaron Seviour’s goal from the first move of the second half proved to be the difference but Shepton Mallet acknowledged they had been fortunate to record their fifth successive league win.


SWPL EAST Ivybridge Town 7 Torrington AFC 2

SWPL logoA HAT-TRICK by striker Jordan Ewing helped Premier East leaders Ivybridge Town continue their spectacular start to the South West Peninsula League season with a 7-2 home victory over Torrington on Saturday.

Ivybridge have won all six matches and are the only club in the East with a 100 per cent record.


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