Athletic boosted by Ashton return
MOUNT Gould Athletic manager Lee Hobbs has a full strength squad to select from for the first time this season when they face Efford United Bluebird at Millbay Park tomorrow.
Gary Ashton returns from suspension, while Mark Conday is included but won't be risked unnecessarily.
The leaders have had assistant boss Bradley Yeo, Paul Jago and Dan Knight firing on all cylinders, but Gould are wary of the Bluebird threat.
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Mount (from): M Roberts, D Turner, P Jago, J Scott, J Cordon, S White, G Woodward, T Roach, W Gamble, G Ashton, B Yeo, D Knight, J Donnellon, B Allen, J Ball, M Conday
NEW additions James Jones and Fletcher Gallagher are both looking for starting places as Manadon host Chaddlewood Miners OB.
The high-flyers also welcome back Wayne Barlow and Robbie Stephens from injury, while Lee Alger returns.
However, Manadon are still without Ronnie Hayes, Gary Penberthy and Darren Symonds.
Manadon (from): Gallagher, Johnston, Sully, Sweet, Penberthy, Alger, Crocker, Symonds, Paisey, Nickolson, Smith, Barlow, Devlin, Hayes, Houghton, Sweet, Stephens, Jones
GARY DICKSON is pushing for a Shakespeare start against Plymouth Marjon after a great debut for the club last time out.
The mid-table outfit also hope to include new boys Carlo Marino and Jamie Pook, while Jimmy Kiely is available for selection.
HOOE Rovers entertain fellow relegation rivals Horrabridge Rangers, with an opportunity for either team to climb up the tight bottom half of the table.
STRUGGLING Shakespeare Reserves take on second place Tavistock Hire Centre, fresh from a commendable 2-2 draw with Staddiscombe.
PLYMOUTH Spurs meet Plymstock United in a promotion six-pointer at Tor Bridge High School. They currently hold third and second place in the league respectively, but have several teams on their coat tails.
GRADDON VENDING DEVON PREMIER CUP ROUND THREE
ROBOROUGH will have their work cut out to progress to the next round when they travel to Exeter to take on Peninsula League side Alphington.
FIREWATCH DEVON SENIOR CUP ROUND FOUR
DIVISION Two front-runners Windmill should be confident of progressing to the latter stages as they take on Christian team Lord's XI.
BUDDENS WESTINSURE DEVON INTERMEDIATE CUP ROUND THREE
DIVISION Four outfit Plymouth Rangers must be on top of their game if they are to trouble higher division opponents Plymouth University C.
ACTIVE ALARMS GEORGE GILLIN TROPHY QUARTER-FINALS
FAVOURITES Vospers Oak Villa have a strong squad for their trip to fellow Division One side Plympton RBL.
Jay Proctor remains on the treatment table, while Kev Nicholson is cup-tied for the last-eight clash.
Vospers (from): M McDonough, J Fuller, R Conn, L Sheldon, J Barwell, D Macmillan, S Blatchford, M Thompson, L Russell, M Mitchell, A Worth, R Eddie, J Jackson, B Oliver