UNDER-11 AJAX CUP Keyham Kolts...3 Tamerton Foliot...5
SAM KINGSTON scored four goals as Tamerton booked their spot in the semi-finals.
Kingston had completed his hat-trick by half-time with the scores locked at 3-3.
However, James Edwards and Kingston grabbed the second-half goals to secure Tamerton's place in the last four.
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UNDER-11 DRAKE CUP Callington Colts...3 Activate Youth...4
OLIVER HOWARTH scored a dramatic winner in the last 30 seconds of extra-time to give Activate a place in the semi-finals.
Activate dominated the first half with Corey Distin, Benito Scott and Jason Cloake giving their side a comfortable 3-0 lead at the interval.
But goals from Burdon (2) and McDowall in the second half took the tie into extra time.
Both sides had chances in added time as the match looked to be heading to penalties, but Howarth's late, late winner proved to be the difference between the teams.
Plymouth Trophyman...4 Elburton Villa...9
HAT-TRICKS from Pardon and Northcott inspired Villa to an emphatic victory in a high-scoring match at Trophyman.
Williams (2) and Dyer added the other two for Villa, with Jones (2), Nation and Lovell on target for Trophyman.
UNDER-12 WARSPITE CUP Saltash Youth...1 Elburton Villa...1 (Villa won 5-4 on penalties)
GOALKEEPER Bailey Sheldon produced two crucial shoot-out saves as Villa progressed to the last four on penalties following a hard-fought quarter-final.
UNDER-13 ASTOR CUP Saltash United Juniors...2 AC Plymouth...0
A GOAL in each half from Scott Waterfall and Ben Holter secured a deserved semi-final spot for Saltash.
Callum Moore had a dominant display in defence and attack, while Jonny Webb was again impressive at the heart of the back four.
Callington Colts...2 Morley Rangers...3
MORLEY made hard work of booking their place in the last four of the cup.
The visitors paid the price for not taking early chances when they went behind when a corner was deflected in for an own goal.
However, Jack Ashton was on hand to send the sides in level at half-time.
After the break, Morley took the lead when a good run from Harvey Love set up Jack Duffy.
Jordan West levelled the scores after Morley took their foot off the gas with a cracking equaliser from 25 yards.
But Morley showed their character with Jack Biscoe calmly slotting home past the keeper.
MAP Kings...3 Keyham Kolts...1
JAKE LEWIS' back-post volley secured Kings' progression to the next round of the cup.
After a goalless first half, Josh Mutton put Kings in front, but it was a short-lived lead as Keyham soon equalised.
Ryan Hobbs scored with a header from a Taylor Scarff corner to put Kings ahead again.
And Lewis then popped up at the back post to volley home from close range to give Kings a two-goal cushion and the tie.
UNDER-13 HERMES YMCA Kitto Parkway...5 WMOV...6
CIARAN WILLIS and Jamie Wood bagged braces as Villa edged an 11-goal thriller against local rivals YMCA Kitto Parkway.
Kitto took the lead after 20 minutes but Villa responded and a great finish from Wood drew the away side level. The game was end to end and very even both teams missed chances but just before half time Kitto took the lead after mix up in defence to make the score 2-1 to the hosts at half time.
Villa started the second half well and pushed kitto back and after 2 minutes of the restart Jacob McDonald's corner found Ryan Evans who sent his first time effort into the back of the net. The game then became end to end with both teams attacking each other at will. Aidan Hardy scored an outstanding goal against his former club to put Villa in the lead, but again Kitto came back to equalise but Villa continued to push foward before Ciaran Willis scored his first of the season after a great move. Kitto drew level yet again before Jamie wood added his second of the game to restore Villa's lead. This amazing game wasnt finished yet and again Kitto refused to give in and once more drew level, before Ciaran Willis scored his second of the match after a goal mouth scamble to give villa the points.
UNDER-14 GRENVILLE CUP Tamerton Foliot...5 Activate Youth...6
ACTIVATE claimed victory against spirited Tamerton thanks to an extra-time penalty from Dan Bassett and inspired by a new kit from sponsors Western Power Distribution.
Visiting Activate played some good passing football and took a 2-1 half-time lead through goals from Alcantara and Emery.
After the break Alcantara scored his second which to which Tamerton quickly replied.
A further two goals by Alcantara after good midfield work by Horswell and Beckett seemed to have been enough by leading 5-2.
However, Tamerton never gave up and began to reduce the deficit and with the last kick in normal time equalised to make the score 5-5.
In extra-time Woodman in the Activate goal kept Tamerton at bay and when man of the match Alcantara was tripped in the box the referee awarded a penalty which Bassett calmly placed in the net to send his side into the semi-finals.
UNDER-14 GRENVILLE LEAGUE Saltash Utd Juniors...9 Callington Colts...0
A FINE performance from a Saltash side who played some good football.
Saltash quickly took the lead from a powerful header by Zak Griffiths.
Calum Courts fired in the second and after seeing a 'goal' disallowed Ian Thomas netted again to get on the scoresheet.
Callington came close but were thwarted when a sliding Dan Frazer cleared the ball off the line.
Full-back Lee Welsh scored with a screamer into the top corner from distance and Matt James slid the ball under the goalkeeper for Saltash's fifth. Joseph Gill added another from a header.
It was not until midway through the second half that Saltash scored again through Matt James. In-form player Joseph Gill added two more for his hat-trick and sealed the win.
UNDER-16 ARDENT CUP SB Frankfort...3 Old Suttonians Youth...6
VISITING Old Sutts left Bickleigh as the victors after a strong and bustling performance.
It was, however, the home side that shook their opponents when SB's player-of-the-match Harry Nassaris forced a defensive error that gave him the opportunity to set up Jay Kasitz, who placed his shot into the corner of the Old Sutts net.
SB's lead was short lived after Old Sutts twice capitalised on some poor defending to take a well deserved lead only to see Nassaris bring the scores level with a fine finish after good work by Kasitz and midfielder Lewis Jago.
Old Sutts were not to be denied, however, and two goals in the run up to half time saw them take a two-goal cushion into the break.
The second-half, though, was a much closer affair.
Further hesitant defending by SB allowed Old Sutts to extend their advantage to 6-2 before some persistent play by SB's Kai Whelbourne forced an error from the Old Sutts keeper, which SB stalwart Jay Warner gleefully seized the opportunity to fire home his first goal in more than four seasons.
UNDER-18 HORSHAMTamerton Foliot...0 Ivybridge Town...4
EARLY pace setters in the league, Ivybridge dominated this encounter almost from start to finish.
The first goal came from a Matt Maller long throw, which centre-half Lewis Brownlow glanced into the net from close range.
That was soon doubled when a vicious in-swinging corner from Sam Rosevear could not be prevented from going direct into the net despite a defender's desperate effort to head clear.
The third came from a great solo run from Bahroz Zade, jinking inside two defenders and with a drop of the shoulder was up ended for a clear penalty.
Curtis Damerell's penalty was well saved but the keeper couldn't prevent Scott Larcombe from following up.
Ivybridge continued to dominate for long periods in the second half and Mikey Walton volleyed home from close range to make it four.
The Bridgers even managed to miss a second penalty when the impressive Zade blasted high over the bar.
Desperate to keep a clean sheet for the first time this year Lewis Brownlow made a great last ditch goal-line clearance from a rare Tamerton attack, to keep his team a clean sheet and 100 per cent record with three wins out of three.