LEAGUE ONE Plymouth Argyle 1 Cambridge Utd 1

argyle logo2013Plymouth Argyle boss Ryan Lowe praised his side for their relentless pursuit of a win well into stoppage time.

Lowe said: “The lads were brilliant every single one of them we were top class right the way through from the first minute to the 96th.”


KJM SPORT REPORT Millbrook AFC 2 Tavistock AFC 4

Western LeaguelogoThis proved a fixture too far for Millbrook after a hectic week as impressive Tavistock ran out comfortable Western Prem winners at Jenkins Park.

Josh Grant’s 33rd minute goal ended the home side’s resistance and although they enjoyed a period of pressure in the early part of the second half, they were made to pay for failing to find an equaliser.


KJM SPORT MATCH REPORT Millbrook 4 Bridport 0

Millbrook vs Bridport KJM Sport

Any signs of an After the Lord Mayor’s Show performance from Millbrook following their midweek exploits at Saltash were swept aside with a dominant display against struggling Bridport at Jenkins Park.

Striker Ben Holter scored twice and other goals came from Rikki Shepherd and substitute Ben Applegate as the Brook recorded their first Western League premier division victory.


FA CUP REPLAY Saltash United 4 Millbrook AFC 6

ashes millbrook KJMSport Millbrook defied all the odds as they produced a sensational second half comeback to send Saltash crashing out of the FA Cup at a soaking Kimberley.

First half goals from Sam Farrant and Sam Hughes appeared to put the Ashes in charge of this extra preliminary round replay.


WESTERN PREM Tavistock AFC 3 Mousehole AFC 0

Finishing touches proved to be the difference between two excellent sides in a hugely entertaining clash at Langsford Park.

Tavistock produced three stunning goals from Liam Prynn, Josh Grant and Tallan Burns while Mousehole had just as many chances but were unable to convert them.


FA CUP extra preliminary round Millbrook 2 Saltash 2

FA CupTwo sides depleted by unavailabilities served up an enthralling FA Cup feast at a blustery Jenkins Park on Saturday, especially in a no-holds-barred second half.

The two Western League premier division sides must try again at Kimberley Stadium on Wednesday for the right to face Willand Rovers away in the next round on August 21.


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