DJM junior football round-up from in and around Plymouth
Tamerton Foliot...6 Weston Mill OV...1
ISAAC PHILLIPS scored a hat-trick for Tamerton in this win, with his first goal sending them into half-time with a 3-0 lead.
Matty Evans and Isaac Lee had put them 2-0 up.
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Weston Mill replied 10 minutes into the second half before a goal from Evans and two more from Phillips wrapped up the victory for Tamerton.
Plymstock...0 AC Plymouth...7
MAN-OF-THE-MATCH Mason Hogan put in a great all-round display and scored his first goal for the club as AC Plymouth cruised to victory.
It took AC 10 minutes to break down the Plymstock defence, with Ryan Patterson running through and scoring.
Further goals were added by Kya Harris, with a great header from a corner, and Travis O'Mahony.
Owen Evel made it 4-0 with his first goal of the season when he chipped the Plymstock 'keeper.
Plymstock played some good football in the second half, hitting a post from one chance, but could not get on the scoresheet.
AC added further goals from Patterson, O'Mahony and Hogan.
Activate Youth...5 Sporting Lipson...1
HARRY PORTER was outstanding for Activate, winning battles all over the pitch, as they beat Lipson.
Corey Distin headed them into the lead, only for Lipson to equalise.
Ben Barrowdale scored either side of half-time to put Activate 3-1 up and they started to put their opponents under a lot more pressure.
A neat finish from Matthew Bamber increased their tally before a Jason Cloake corner was headed home at the near post by Lucas Cambridge.
SB Frankfort...0 Hooe Rovers...4
AN EARLY goal from the visitors, scored by Connor Black, set Hooe Rovers on the way to victory.
Dan Hammond, Tommy Norton and Sam Woolcock were strong in midfield, with Harrison Jones, Mason Hewings and Drew Walshaw defending well.
A second goal was scored by Nathan Keveren midway through the first half to give Rovers a 2-0 half-time lead.
Early in the second half Jordan Cross scored his first goal for Hooe, then then Brandon McGill slammed in a penalty to emphasise Rovers' strong performance. Jack Rhead was awarded man of the match for his tireless efforts in the midfield.
Plymstock United Colts...5 AC Plymouth...1
THE scoreline was harsh on AC Plymouth, who put in an excellent battling display.
Plymstock relied on some clinical finishing to secure the points, taking them top of the table for the first time this season.
Plymstock played some excellent football in the first 20 minutes, with Spear hitting the bar before he set up Anderson to rifled into the top corner and put them in front.
King fired home a long-range free-kick to make it 2-0 before Plymstock lost both centre-halves to injury.
AC took the initiative and created a number of opportunities with the impressive Kieran Walmsley a handful throughout to earn the man of the match award.
In the second-half, the match became end to end as both sides pressed.
Plymstock scored a fortunate goal when Anderson's cross caused confusion in the penalty area and the ball went in off a defender.
Spear cleverly set up Loughran to finish in the corner to make it 4-0 before Spear added the fifth.AC reduced the arrears through Walmsley with a goal they fully deserved.
Louis Thompson was voted Plymstock's man of the match.
MAP Juniors...11 AFC Plympton...1
REIGNING champions Marine Academy put another three points on the board against a spirited Plympton side.
Ewan Jones opened the scoring for MAP with a neat finish before Harry Frost put the home side two up.
Dan Tate made it three and Jones then grabbed his second to make it 4-0 before the away team scored their only goal with a close range finish.
MAP immediately hit back through Thomas Dixon before the break and in the second half Dixon added a further two goals to complete his hat-trick.
Plympton's heads never dropped, but they fell further behind when Conner Mcauley scored from an acute angle.
Matthew Cooper added another and Jones completed his hat-trick, before Dixon grabbed his fourth of the game.
MAP's Conner Mcauley was named man of the match.
Elburton Villa...4 Friary Mill...0
VILLA scored four second half goals to see off the challenge of Friaiy Mill.
Villa started well but were thwarted by a great save from the visiting 'keeper and the sides went in at the break level.
But early in the second half, Villa's man-of-the-match Thomas Churchill broke the deadlock following a pass from Luke Stringer.
The second came when Tommy Burr played in Jack Butler who poked the ball under the advancing 'keeper.
Skipper Randon slotted the third past the 'keeper and scored again when James Saunders played him in.
Mill's 'keeper pulled off two excellent saves to deny James Saunders.
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Saltash Youth...1 Lipson United...8
LIPSON continued their good form with a convincing victory over Saltash Youth.
Their goalscorers were Mike Storey (2), Brandon Willcocks, Bradley Moore, Curtis Manning, Adin Ghambari, Aaron Sluggett and Mitchell McIntyre.
Manstow FC...4 SB Frankfort...0
SB FRANKFORT failed to build upon last week's gritty Devon Cup quarter-final performance at Denbury.
This week Frankfort's players were outfought by a determined Manstow.
In an even first half both teams had chances to score, but Manstow took the lead, Callum Wonnacott coolly slotting the ball past Dan Peters in the SB goal.
In the second half SB renewed struggled to break down the Manstow defence, ably led by their player of the match, Rob Brown.
When SB did manage to break through, Manstow's 'keeper, Tom Rowley dealt with any danger.
Midway through the second half two further goals for Manstow from Wonnacott and Callum Hill effectively sealed the victory.
Former SB stalwart, Harry Nassaris, grabbed Manstow's fourth and final goal.
SB forward Kai Whelbourne was denied by Rowley when put through Lewis Jago, who was nominated as his side's player of the match.
SB will play MAP Juniors in the semi-final of the Devon County Cup.
Staddiscombe...1 Friary Mill...4
FRIARY MILL beat the odds and second-placed Staddiscombe despite having no goalkeeper and no substitutes.
Captain Sonny Casson volunteered to go in goal and a determined Mill scored a well worked early goal, finished by Cory Nesbitt.
Rhys Rollitt scored two quick goals to make it 3-0 and a Jamie Hambly corner deceived the Staddiscombe defence to make it four.
The second half was much more even and Staddiscombe battled well to score a consolation goal.