Manadon fightback is Sweet in thriller with Chaddlewood
MANADON staged a late comeback to steal a point at home to Chaddlewood Miners OB in a thrilling encounter that finished 3-3.
Chaddlewood broke the deadlock when Jimmy Williams hit the back of the net with a powerful drive.
Will Bailey sent Old Boys in at the break 2-1 up, with James Jones replying for Manadon.
Jamie Griffin extended Chaddlewood's lead, but they couldn't hold on for the win and conceded two in the last 10 minutes as Ryan Houghton and Ben Sweet netted for the home side.
Wayne Gamble scored a late winner as Mount Gould won 1-0 at Efford United Bluebird.
The game could have gone either way, but Gamble proved to be the match winner as he stroked the ball home from 12 yards following a goal-mouth scramble.
A Jordan Greytrax goal midway through the second half gave Lee Moor A a well-deserved win against University A.
HOOE ROVERS came from behind three times to earn a point in a 3-3 draw against Horrabridge Rangers.
Rovers forward Matt Slinger kept them in it with a brace, but they fell behind again in the second half before a Phil Jane goal pegged Rangers back for the draw.
There were no goals between Roborough Reserves and University B, while Windsor Car Sales beat Yelverton 6-3.
PLYMOUTH HOPE ran riot 7-1 against Morley Rangers B with doubles from Tonado Mohamed and Mohamed Kamal.
Ebi Omieworio, Uiri De Vilhena and Benibo Melvin also netted for Hope, while Corbin Mackin got a consolation goal for Rangers.
SPORTING PLYMOUTH continued their fine form with a 6-0 thrashing of Princetown.
Striker Darrell Martin stole the show with four goals, which were added to by Ryan Purdy and Tony Roberts.
Chaddlewood Miners OB B cruised past Woodford 6-1.
The score was 2-0 at half-time, but Woodford collapsed in the second half and conceded a four more. Solly Cox got Woodford's consolation goal.
Plymouth Spurs edged past Plymstock United 2-1.
John Craven scored the first for Spurs, but the winning goal was a sublime individual effort from Paul Collins, who smashed in a 30-yard strike.
Matt Mould scored for United.
Novahomes beat Harveys Garage Services 3-0 with Sam Wooldridge, Lee Powell and Matt Warne getting the goals.
ACTIVE ALARMS GEORGE GILLIN TROPHY QUARTER-FINAL
PLYMPTON RBL sealed a 3-2 win against Vospers Oak Villa to progress into the semi-finals, but needed extra-time to do so.
Plympton raced ahead in the second minute with Chris Richardson scoring an impressive lob, before turning provider to set up Mark Blackwell to double the lead.
Villa were buoyed by a goal just before half-time, and pushed for the equaliser in the second half.
They were rewarded for their efforts and scored with 20 minutes left to play, but neither side could find a winner in normal time.
Richardson continued to pose the Villa defence problems, but it was Sam Davey who got the winner in the first half of extra-time to send Plympton through.
Visitors Tavistock Community eased into the semi-finals with a 6-0 thumping at Yelverton Villa.
They went ahead in the first minute and doubled their lead before the break with both goals scored by Dean Smith.
Tavistock pressed and two goals from George Galloway were added to by a James Phillpotts free-kick, before Galloway completed his hat-trick with an audacious chipped penalty.
ACTIVE ALARMS CHALLENGE BOWL ROUND ONE
MILLBRIDGE INN comfortably made the draw for the second round after a 4-0 win against Chaddlewood Miners OB A.
Brad Smith (2), Tony Lomas and Matt Smith got the goals.
DEVON PREMIER CUP ROUND THREE
ROBOROUGH gave a battling performance as they were knocked out 2-1 at Alphington.
Roborough took the lead through Craig Smith but couldn't hang on.
DEVON SENIOR CUP ROUND FOUR
CENTRE-BACK Rob Brimming scored a brace for The Windmill as well as an own goal as they beat Lords XI 4-2.
Brimming's own goal had put Lords ahead before goals from Nick Hill and Ross Vincent gave Windmill the lead.
Brimming made amends for his error when he put his side 3-1 up before half-time, and got his second after the interval to secure the win.
Morley Rangers were knocked out by Honiton Town 3-1, with Arash Dinari scoring Morley's only goal.
DEVON INTERMEDIATE CUP ROUND THREE
PLYMOUTH RANGERS won 4-2 against University C.
Ed Haynes (2), Miraslow Gyenes and Ahmet Isik got the goals for Rangers, while Ollie Sealey got a brace for University.
Bere Alston United lost 4-1 to Lamerton after extra-time.