HM Naval Base and Star Cars draw 4-4 in top Devon Wednesday League clash
LARRY SPEARE DEVON WEDNESDAY FOOTBALL LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION HM Naval Base…4 Star Cars…4
THIS top of the table clash turned out to be a cracker with Cars dropping their first points of the season after leading 3-1.
Base broke the deadlock on 10 minutes through Ben McCabe only for Cars to level courtesy of Lance Easton.
A stunning free-kick by Dale Hayes put Cars ahead before Michael Burke finished smartly to give Cars a two-goal advantage.
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Base dug in deep and got back on level terms when McCabe hit a brace to complete his hat-trick.
Play was to and fro in the second half before McCabe hit his fourth to give Base the lead.
On 70 minutes Cars, with Brett Cole and substitute Lee Small to the fore, fashioned an equaliser when Small slotted through for Chris Wright to smash home.
HMS Raleigh…2 Plymouth Students Union…2
RALEIGH made a disastrous start to this match when a mix-up between their goalkeeper and a defender allowed Students to slot home in the first minute.
Raleigh restored parity thanks to a cracking free-kick by Bats that found the bottom corner.
Raleigh pinned Students back for most of the second half but paid the penalty for failing to take their chances when Students took the lead on 85 minutes.
The young naval trainees fought back and deservedly got an equaliser in the 89th minute through Donoughe.
DIVISION ONE Lipson Community College…4 City College Plymouth…1
LIPSON were slow starters and went behind after 20 minutes when Jake Heggs blasted home from 12 yards.
Against the run of play, Lipson equalised after excellent play between Hamilton, Oades and Tippett, the latter calmly and brilliantly chipping over the City College 'keeper.
The second half was a different story with Lipson taking control with substitutes Thomson and Bailey giving the side much needed bite and they started to dominate with the influential Thomson smashing in from 12 yards.
Thomson turned provider when his cross found Gue running in to make it 3-1.
Lipson wrapped the points up thanks to a second strike by Tippett.
YMCA Discovery College…5 St Boniface's…2
THIS was much closer than the score suggests after the Saints had gone ahead through Josh Bance.
YMCA levelled just before the break when a corner was only cleared to defender Ryan Gardiner, who hit the target with a sweet left foot strike.
Don Manley put YMCA in front scoring at the second attempt in a one-on-one before Jake Holloway made it 3-1.
Saints pulled one back with a great strike by Bance only for Steve Kidd to make it 4-2 with another good finish.
Kidd turned provider by sending Tyler Gorman through to score with a delicate chip over the 'keeper.
JACK FINCH DIVISION CUP
DEVONPORT High School, 29 Commando and Plymouth University (V) all made it through to the semi-finals with victories over Plymouth Dukes (B), City Police and Marjon (IV) respectively.
Devonport went three-up against Dukes thanks to a brace by Josh Ford and a goal from Lawrence Murray before Dukes got a late consolation.
29 Commando raced into a two-goal lead against City Police, who despite having much pressure could only get one back from Pete Say.
University (V) were too strong for Marjon and built a three-goal lead.
Ryan Howe reduced the deficit from the penalty spot only for Uni to crack in a further two goals.