Ellis free-kick starts Efford on way to victory against Marjon
EFFORD UTD BLUEBIRD claimed three points with a 3-1 win over Plymouth Marjon.
All United's goals came inside the first 20 minutes, with captain Danny Ellis opening the scoring with a 20-yard free-kick.
Timmy Steer sent a left-footed volley into the top corner and Lee Cameron converted a penalty.
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Mount Gould Athletic scored four goals in the last 10 minutes in their 7-2 victory over Chaddlewood Miners OB.
Athletic raced into a 3-0 lead with goals from Dan Knight, Mark Conday and Wayne Gamble.
Chaddlewood got back into the game through Joe Chiders and Jamie Griffin, but substitutes Glyn Hobbs and Shane Krac scored two goals each late on to secure the victory.
Zac Edwards scored the only goal of the game for Shakespeare in their win against Manadon.
ROBOROUGH RESERVES secured a 4-3 home win over Horrabridge Rgrs SA.
Ben Woodman (2), Jamie Willmot and Paul Ross scored for Roborough, with Matthew Palin (2) and Ryan Veale replying for Horrabridge.
Hideaway Café handed out a 10-3 drubbing to Yealm United.
Mike Honeywill and Scott Simpson both scored hat-tricks, with Nathan Field, Danny Nurse, Ross Hart and Ricky Hart also netting.
Elsewhere, there were no goals in the stalemate between University B and Steam Packet.
TAVISTOCK Hire Centre had Kurt Hadaway dismissed for a reckless challenge in their 2-0 defeat against Lee Moor B.
Kyle Pepper and Liam Brett scored for Lee Moor as they made the most of the extra man.
Simon Sutherland took just 20 minutes to bag a hat-trick as Morley Rangers B beat Bere Alston United 3-2.
Harry Fry and Carl Turner scored for United, but they couldn't find an equaliser.
Chaddlewood Miners OB A shipped seven in a heavy defeat by Plymouth Falcons.
Harrison Jones grabbed four goals with Matt Jury, Danny Wright and Daryl Potter completing the 7-2 rout.
Joe Boroczky and Danny Mason replied for Chaddlewood.
Oliver Seely scored six times for University C as they won 9-0 against Shakespeare Reserves, with Max Allen (2) and Jordan Poulsten also on target.
PLYMOUTH RANGERS staged an a remarkable comeback to win 5-3 against Yelverton Villa.
Villa had gone 3-0 up with goals from Colin Murray, Dave Harwood and Johnny Leppert.
Rangers scored five goals in the last 30 minutes as Victor Udufo (2), Aristides Zaragoza, Floron Deceon and Eddie Haynes rallied for the away side.
Chaddlewood Miners OB B narrowly beat Princetown 2-1 in a closely-contested game.
Alex Lloyd scored both goals for the home side, with Ryan Smale replying for Princetown.
Plymouth Spurs hammered Novahomes 5-1 with goals from Craig Fullett (2), Paul Collins, John Craden and Tom Ward.
Harveys Garage Services edged past Plymstock United with a 1-0 win in the other game in the division.
ACTIVE ALARMS GEORGE GILLIN TROPHY ROUND TWO
PLYMPTON RBL eased their way past Staddiscombe Colts with a 7-2 victory.
The game exploded in to life with all nine goals coming in the second half.
Paul England (4), Mo Fawzi (2) and Chris Richardson scored for Plympton, while Chris Hore and Gary Stevens hit the back of the net for Staddiscombe.
Woodford sneaked into the third round with a 1-0 victory over Millbridge Inn. Phil Dyer's penalty was the difference between the sides.
Tavistock Community A edged through against Millbrook 1-0 thanks to Dean Smith.
Plymouth Hope knocked out Hooe Rovers with a 4-2 win in a tense affair.
The scores were locked at 2-2, but Hope scored two late goals to go through.
Kelvin Fyneboy (2), Tonado Mohammed, Zaeb Bahroz scored for Hope, while Lucas Skol and Christoph Einiakzy netted for Rovers.
Vospers Oak Villa cruised through with a 4-0 win over Chard United.
Matt Thompson scored twice, while Martin Mitchell and Rob Eddie were also on target.
United showed their frustration when they had a player sent off.
Elsewhere, Wembury Rovers lost against Roborough 5-3.
Steve Buckle scored with an audacious 30-yard strike before Jamie Millford and Chris Warne also netted for Rovers.
Craig Smith (3), Wayne Cornish and Ty Lavis found the net for Roborough.
Matthew Gibbs scored twice for University A as they beat Windsor Car Sales 2-1.
DEVON INTERMEDIATE CUP SECOND ROUND
SPORTING PLYMOUTH comfortably defeated Star Garage 5-1.
Darrell Martin bagged a brace of goals for Sporting after a goalless first half, with Aaron Pope (2) and Tom Martin also getting on the scoresheet for the home side.
Carl May scored a consolation goal for Star Garage
DEVON SENIOR CUP SECOND ROUND
YELVERTON have crashed out of the Senior Cup 3-0 at the hands of Morley Rangers after playing the first 30 minutes with 10 men.
Danny Norman scored for Rangers, and that was added to by a good solo effort from Tom Hunt.
An own goal completed the misery for Yelverton.
Windmill have raced into round three as they put seven goals past opponents Riviera Spurs.
Darren Parr, Darren Butcher, Ross Tulley, Ross Vincent, Sean Vincent and Kane Webber all netted before the interval.
Substitute Nick Hill added to that in the second half as Spurs shut-up-shop.