Craig Smith goal helps Roborough beat Chaddlewood Miners OB 3-1 in P&WD Saturday League
CRAIG SMITH'S fantastic solo goal was the highlight of Roborough's hard-fought 3-1 victory at Chaddlewood Miners OB.
In an even game, Roborough made the most of their chances, with a Wayne Cornish header, Chris Comber breakaway goal and Smith's strike doing the damage.
Chaddlewood threatened, with Jack Lethbridge going close, and they grabbed a deserved consolation through sub Jamie Griffin.
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Centre-back Brett Toe headed home the goal of the game after a 50-yard run as Lee thrashed Efford United Bluebird 5-1.
The prolific Andrew Neal scored the first and last goals of the game, while Gary Hogan and Wayne Powney also netted, but Toe's pass and determined run got the rewards it merited.
Millbrook got their first clean sheet of the season in a 2-0 triumph over Plympton RBL.
Both sides started the match in the drop zone, but Millbrook made the running, taking the lead from Shaun Bonney's header.
James Hamilton made some good second half saves as Plympton started to react, but Steve Edwards sealed the points towards the end.
A 90th minute Neal Kinsman penalty rescued a point for Shakespeare against Tavistock Community, having gone behind on three occasions.
Tavistock led 2-1 at the interval thanks to a Ben Stephens spot-kick and an opportunistic Paul Cowling effort. Despite being pegged back, Dan Behenna and sub Dan Scott also got on the scoresheet.
However, mid-table Shakespeare never lost belief, with Zac Edwards' brace added to by James Jones, before Kinsman struck from 12 yards to ensure a share the spoils.
Three goals in the first half were enough for Vospers Oak Villa to see off Manadon.
Rob Eddie, Dean McMillan and Matt Thompson hit the target early on, and although Ben Sweet got one back on 55 minutes, Manadon couldn't complete a comeback.
STEAM Packet picked up their first victory since October, beating Hooe Rovers 2-1.
Matt Mazzoni put them ahead from a rebound, although Phil James levelled before half-time from a long ball.
But Miles Jeavons set-up Mazzoni for his second and the match winner.
Horrabridge Rangers surrendered the lead on four occasions as they drew 4-4 with Morley Rangers.
Dane Mann twice gave them the initiative, with strikes from Nelson Musana and Jamie Cork also putting them ahead, but full-back Luke Chubb's late goal ensured the draw.
Earlier, Arash Dinari had followed up a shot to score for Morley, while Will Mathews volleyed home and Dhani Norman netted after some neat work.
Leaders Windmill extended their lead with a 2-1 home triumph over University B.
After a goalless first half, University opened the scoring courtesy of Josh Oliver, but after a change in formation, Sam Stephens struck twice to turn things around.
A new-look Yelverton team held title-chasing Hideaway Café to a 3-3 draw.
Hideaway looked good for the win as Ryan Perks' header, Chris Brutey's lob and Mike Honeywell's effort handed them a 3-1 advantage.
But inspired by boss Brad Gargett, Yelverton hit back and salvaged a point through Scott Harrison's brace and Ryan McNaught's strike.
MUSTAPHA KAWA scored twice as 10-man Plymouth Hope edged past Plymouth Falcons 3-2.
Jordan Potter's free-kick and Lee Purdy's volley put Falcons two up, but poor defensive work allowed Kawa and Matt Edwards to profit.
Falcons' Potter also missed a penalty.
Despite a double from Shane Ardis, Star Garage suffered a 3-2 defeat to relegation threatened Shakespeare Reserves.
Ash Ward broke the deadlock for Shakespeare with a 20-yard drive before James Downey doubled their lead, while Tom Watt crucially netted between the two Ardis efforts.
Tavistock Hire Centre avenged their defeat by Morley Rangers B two weeks ago after beating them 5-2.
Simon Sutherland gave Morley the lead, but a long-range Kurt Hadaway lob was added to by Rob Moloney and Will Pike goals as Tavistock came into their own.
A 35-yard strike from Sutherland gave Rangers hope, but Mark Norman's tap-in and sub Aaron Burton's goal ensured a home win.
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LACK of match practice showed as Marjon were beaten by University of Plymouth 3-1.
Daniel Mason's brace and a William Abbi shot did the damage, while Marjon could only manage a Jason Palmer spot-kick in the varsity battle.
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LEE Moor B keeper Terry Hall made some top saves to ensure his side were victorious 4-3 against University C.
Dan Edwards scored the pick of the Moor's goals with a curling effort, and added another. Wayne Downer and Ben Wildman also netted.
University side made sure it was a memorable tie, with Oli Sealey (2) and Anthony Gray on target.
Staddiscombe Colts recovered from an Aaron Goodearl goal to beat Plymstock United 4-1.
They were not behind for long, as Callum McCarthy slotted home, and a Chris Kevern goal ensured Staddiscombe led at the break.
United's chances were hindered by a red card, which their opponents took advantage of, making the result safe through Gary Stevens and Kurt Wood.