KJM SPORT REPORT Millbrook AFC 1 Brislington FC 0

Millbrook AFC LogoIt’s always nice to end your season with a victory – and that was especially so for Millbrook as they put a stop to a miserable run-in of six straight defeats.

Predictably it was top scorer Rikki Shepherd who got the all-important goal to send the Jenkins Park faithful away for their summer breaks with smiles on their faces. 


SWPL EAST Ivybridge Town 2 Axminster Town 1

Ivys 600x600Goals from leading scorer Connor Rush sparked a second half comeback by Ivybridge Town as they maintained their winning run, beating Axminster 2-1 in their final South West Peninsula League game of the season.

The double strike brought Rush’s tally to 15 league and cup goals while Ivybridge ended the season with eight successive victories.


KJM SPORT REPORT Street 3 Millbrook 0 Macca reaction

Millbrook AFC LogoSadly Millbrook’s first season at Western League level is ending with the sort of nosedive nobody at the club saw coming after a great run in the middle of the campaign.

This was their sixth successive defeat and during the run they have scored only one goal, a Josh Toulson effort against Ashton & Backwell.


KJM SPORT MATCH REPORT Tavistock 1 Ashton & Backwell 0

Western LeaguelogoLiam Prynn’s been on holiday. I know. I can hear former players and managers saying ‘that would have never happened during a season in my day’.

But the world around us has changed and even people like me and you, who love our football, have to accept that the youngsters of today might just be getting their priorities right by taking a break from the madness when they can.


KJM SPORT MATCH REPORT Exmouth Town 1 Tavistock 0

exmouth tavistock supermarrioAnd so to the final Saturday of the Western League season where the destiny of the league title is still to be decided.

After Wednesday’s match at a packed Southern Road, Tavistock and Exmouth are locked on 76 points and the only thing which puts Tavistock on top of the table is a superior goal difference of plus one.


KJM SPORT REPORT Exmouth Town 9 Millbrook AFC 0

Millbrook AFC LogoRemember the time when Millbrook kept clean sheets and scored lots of goals?

Seems a long time ago now but it was only in November and December, when a 4-0 win over Exmouth came in the middle of six successive clean sheets and an unbeaten run of 10 games.


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