DJM junior football round-up from in and around Plymouth
Saltash Youth...4 Plymouth Trophyman...5
PLYMOUTH Trophyman came away with all three points after a great game of end-to-end football.
Saltash scored first, but Kian Nation made it 1-1 after taking on a defender and shooting into the net from 20 yards.
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Trophyman trailed 3-1 by half-time, but came out for the second period with a great attitude.
They cut the deficit to 3-2 when a corner from Zack Watson was headed home by McKenzie McGowan.
Former Saltash player Jack Holter picked up a loose ball on the halfway line and skipped past the hosts' defence before placing the ball into the bottom corner of the net to make it 3-3.
Holter put Trophyman 4-3 up after a fine through ball from Manni Gamble only for Saltash to equalise.
Trophyman kept up the pressure and it paid off with two minutes remaining.
Tyler Lovell secured the win when he slotted home after his initial shot had been saved.
AFC Plympton...4 Hooe Rovers...0
HOOE took consolation from the fact that although they lost to AFC Plympton they were not beaten by as wide a margin as before.
Plympton led 1-0 at the break and in the second half were deadly on the counter-attack, latching onto loose balls and finishing with composure.
Jay Dee Seaman scored a hat-trick for Plympton and Holly Murdoch was also on target with a brilliant free-kick.
Hooe's goalkeeper Ella Price made some excellent saves while captain Grace Burt came up with some timely tackles.
Elm United...2 St Cleer...3
ST CLEER came out on top in conditions more suitable for ducks on a pitch which was a mud bath.
Both of Elm's goals came from Polish striker Kamil Mickiewiscz. Connor Harris was their man-of-the-match.