PICTURES: DJM League junior football round-up
AC Plymouth...4 Weston Mill...2
GOOD work by former Weston Mill player Mason Hogan set AC Plymouth on the way to victory.
Hogan burst down the left and put in a great cross to the back post for O'Mahony to tap-in.
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AC Plymouth went 2-0 up when a great ball through by man-of-the-match Owen Eval set up Max Herbert to chip the keeper.
Weston Mill replied with a penalty but Herbert made it 3-1 with a good shot before half-time.
The visitors started the second half strongly. They scored one goal and only some excellent defensive work and great saves from keeper Kyran Bull stopped them from getting an equaliser.
AC Plymouth wrapped up the win with a good shot from Kya Harris into the corner of the net.
Saltash Youth...2 Activate...4
ACTIVATE came up against a strong Saltash side but still came away with a victory in a tough match.
They took the lead when Lucas Cambridge squared the ball for Ben Barrowdale to slot home.
Saltash pressed forward and equalised from a close-range header.
Activate keeper Ben Wilding was called upon to make a superb double save before half-time.
The contest remained close in the second half and it was man-of-the-match Barrowdale who fired Activate back into the lead after great wing play from Kallum Lyon.
Jason Cloake struck again for Activate after Saltash failed to clear a corner, only for Saltash to pull another goal back from a long range effort to set up a tense finish.
Activate scored late on when neat play between Lyon and Barrowdale set up Matthew Bamber to make it 4-2.
UNDER-11 MAYFLOWER CUP
Plymouth Marjon...3 SB Frankfort...4
MARJON suffered their first defeat of the season when visitors SB produced a superb all-round performance to run out winners and secure a semi-final encounter at Callington.
Having conceded only one goal in 10 games this season, Marjon were stunned when SB dominated the first half to go in at the break 3-0 up.
Jack Johnson, Jack Dilloway and Cameron Hodge were the SB scorers.
Marjon looked to force their way back into the game and pulled two goals back before Tyler Pickering put the visitors 4-2 up and give them breathing space.
However, their hosts had different ideas and scored again to narrow the deficit.
It took some superb defending and hard work by SB's midfield to maintain their lead until the end.
Hooe Rovers...6 Morley Rangers...0
JACK RHEAD and Harrison Jones both scored two goals as Hooe Rovers overcame Morley.
Hooe took a 2-0 lead at half-time through Brandon McGill and Rhead.
They added four more goals after the break, despite a resilient Morley defence, with Nathan Keveren, Rhead and Jones (2) all finding the net.
McGill chose to have a spell in goal, allowing Arnold to play out in the closing stages.
UNDER-14 DEVON CUP SEMI-FINAL
MAP Juniors...5 Marldon Youth...1
LAST season's Devon Cup winners Marldon saw their long unbeaten run come to an end at the hands of a spirited MAP side.
Both teams played their part in a fantastic advert for the competition with chances at either end, which included Marldon hitting the woodwork twice
It was MAP who held a narrow advantage at half-time, however, courtesy of a cool finish from Matthew Cooper.
The second half saw the hosts take it to another level and Marldon struggled to contain them as further goals followed from Connor McAuley and Harry Frost.
To their credit, Marldon hit back with a well placed finish, showing the qualities they possess, but the comeback was shortlived and MAP were not to be denied.
Ewan Jones added another goal for them before captain Lewis Phillips scored the goal of the game, lobbing the 'keeper from distance to put the icing on the cake in a great all-round team performance.
Saltash United...4 Keyham Kolts...2
SALTASH emerged victorious from this hard-fought contest but it was Keyham who took an early lead.
Zak Griffiths equalised for Saltash when he headed home a corner at the far post and they went 2-1 up when Joseph Gill scored with a long shot that looped over the 'keeper's head.
After the break, Keyham were twice denied with headers off the line, but eventually levelled the match at 2-2.
Straight from the restart, Saltash sent a long ball into the area and, after a defensive mix-up, the ball rolled to Gill, who tapped in from close range.
Ian Thomas scored Saltash's fourth with a low drive from the edge of the area.
Dobwalls...4 Elburton Villa...1
ELBURTON Villa were well beaten by a better side.
Dobwalls, with the slope to their advantage, took a deserved 2-0 lead at half-time.
Villa had their best spell of the game in the first 15 minutes of the second half. They pulled one back from James Saunders and then pushed for an equaliser.
Once Dobwalls got their third goal, though, there was never any doubt about the outcome and they went on to grab a fourth.
Elm United...1 Chaddlewood Miners...4
CHADDLEWOOD showed a clinical edge to win a match that Elm dominated for large spells.
It was all Elm in the opening 20 minutes before Chaddlewood scored two goals against the run of play.
It was 3-0 to the visitors by the break, but Elm camped in the Chaddlewood half in the second period.
They scored through Shane Ward but, against the run of play, Chaddlewood netted a fourth.
UNDER-15 ROYAL OAK
Chaddlewood Miners...3 Lipson United...7
THIS game was won inside the first 20 minutes with Lipson racing into a 6-0 lead.
Chaddlewood, to their credit, did not give up and they pulled two goals back by half-time.
The second half was more even with both sides creating chances but they only managed one goal apiece.
Lipson's scorers were Mike Storey (4), Mitchell McIntyre, Jake Drury and Brandon Willcocks.
SB Frankfort...0 MAP Juniors...1
MAP were made to work hard for their win against a battling SB side, who pushed the league leaders all the way in a pulsating encounter.
For much of the first half it was the hosts that held the upper hand with their gritty determination unsettling the MAP players, who struggled to gain control of the match.
Only once did they really test stand-in SB 'keeper Kai Whelbourne.
As half-time loomed SB thought they had taken the lead only to be denied by the referee's whistle for a handball in the build-up.
The second half was more of the same and although MAP upped the intensity of their customary passing style of play this was matched by SB's determination all over the pitch.
The game was finally decided when Jack Pullinger blasted the ball into the roof of the net after it fell to him in a crowded penalty area.
UNDER-16 DEVON CUP SEMI-FINAL
SB Frankfort...0 MAP Juniors...1
THIS was a case of deja vu for SB as for the second time in two days they ended up on the wrong side of a 1-0 scoreline against MAP Juniors.
SB used the advantage of a blustery wind blowing across Frankfort Park throughout the first half with 'keeper Dan Peters launching an aerial bombardment on the MAP defence.
While MAP were pinned down for long periods they were always dangerous on the counter-attack with their busy forward pairing of Josh Shepherd and James Fifield causing the SB defence problems.
SB had a number of great chances to take the lead early in the second half.
Lewis Jago was unlucky not to capitalise on a superb cross from Williams, although a MAP defender slipping in front of him probably hindered more than helped his cause.
Williams and SB midfielder Martyn Duff both narrowly fired wide when bursting into the area.
SB were left to rue those missed opportunities when midway through the half James Fifield gave the visitors the lead.
Fifield had narrowly fired over the SB crossbar moments earlier but when Sam Leary's long range effort fell at his feet on the edge of the SB area he turned and shot into the corner of Peters' goal.
SB refused to give up the cause and continued to press their opponents. Kai Whelbourne found himself one on one with Tom Sparrow in the MAP goal but with the ball running away on his weaker side his effort failed to force the 'keeper into action.
As the game entered stoppage time, Riley managed to get to the ball before his marker but much to his and SB's despair his lobbed effort went over the advancing Sparrow and the MAP crossbar.
MAP will face Tiverton Town, conquerors of Plymouth Kolts 3-2 after extra-time, in the county cup final at the end of April.
Friary Mill...2 Looe Town...1
RHYS ROLLIT scored Friary's winner in this top-of-the-table clash.
Looe started strongly and they took the lead after a fast break which was finished well.
The second half was evenly contested, with both sides having chances, but it was a fine goal by Liam Bowman which saw Friary Mill get themselves back into the game.
A head injury to influential Friary Mill centre-back and captain Sonny Casson saw the game stopped while he was taken away by an ambulance for treatment.
Friary Mill had to adjust after that, which they did, and Rollit's determination and work throughout the game paid off when he scored in the last three minutes.