WRIGHT MOVE Parkway announce six new arrivals

Lee Hobbs waving courtesy Dave CrawfordSouth West non-league football ace Matt Wright is set to play for his home town for the first time after agreeing to join Lee Hobbs' ambitious Western League promotion chasers Plymouth Parkway FC.

Wright, 29, has enjoyed a goal-den spell since teaming up with Southern Premier high-fliers Taunton Town from Truro City four years ago.

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WESTERN LEAGUE supporters #ThinkOfAFan

Western LeaguelogoToolstation Western League are asking supporters to #ThinkOfAFan during #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek.

On Friday March 13, the Western League postponed matches, only for the programme to be suspended completely on Monday 16, meaning fans will be without football for months.

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SWSN non-league football latest

swsn logoFrome Town manager Danny Greaves has agreed a new two year extension to stay at the Southern League 1 South side.

Frome were level on 58 points with table-topping Thatcham Town when the season was abruptly halted following the coronavirus outbreak.

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FA VASE Bitton and Parkway drawn away in 1/4 finals

Lee Hobbs courtesy Dave CrawfordBitton AFC and Plymouth Parkway were both kept apart in today's FA Vase quarter finals draw.

That was the plus side for the Western League Premier Division rivals and non-League South West football fans.

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CORNWALL SENIOR CUP quarter final round-up

Cornwall FA shield 200South East Cornwall will be represented by three teams in the Cornwall Senior Cup semi-finals after wins for Torpoint Athletic, Saltash United and Millbrook in Saturday’s last eight ties.

Wadebridge Town are the only ‘out of area’ semi-finalists after seeing off St Blazey at Bodieve.

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FA VASE 4R Bitton, Buckland home on road to Wembley

buildbase fa vase logoBitton AFC host Western League rivals Warminster Town in the FA Vase fourth today (1500ko).

Andy Crabtree's mid-table First Division Warminster Town side came back from a goal down to upset Bristol based Western Prem Roman Glass St George 2-1 at Oaklands Park after George Box had fired Glass ahead.

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