P&WD Saturday League: Scott Blatchford and Joe Jasper star in Vospers Oak Villa's 5-1 triumph over Marjon
TWO goals apiece for Scott Blatchford and in-form Joe Jasper gave Vospers Oak Villa a 5-1 triumph over Marjon.
Liam Hooks made some superb saves in the Marjon goal, but Villa top scorer James Jackson rounded off matters after coming off the bench.
Defenders Richard Conn and James Proctor stood out with outstanding performances for the winners.
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Tavistock Community turned the tables on Chaddlewood Miners OB, avenging last week's defeat by beating them 3-1.
After an uneventful first half, Dan Behenna and Ben Stephens scored in quick succession to put Tavistock in control, but Behenna was dismissed soon after for a second yellow card.
This gave Chaddlewood hope, and they pulled one back with 10 minutes to go when Jamie Griffin scored from the rebound after his original penalty was saved.
However, from a long ball, Stephens added another to secure three, vital points for the visitors.
Bottom of the league Plympton RBL had the better of their clash with Millbrook, but had to settle for a goalless draw.
Jamie Gage went closest for them in the closing stages, while Terry Pelley saved impressively from Plympton's Paul England.
Individual mistakes caused the goals in Roborough's 1-1 draw with Efford United Bluebird.
The home side went ahead after a Bluebird player picked the ball up in the penalty area, believing he had been fouled. Ash Wills converted from the penalty spot.
Man of the match Ross Blake rescued a useful point, capitalising on a mix-up between Roborough's Wayne Cornish and Connor Hiscocks.
Andrew Neal struck in each half as Lee Moor prevailed 2-1 against Shakespeare on a poor Brickfields pitch.
The victors thought they had a third, but Ben Nosworthy's effort was disallowed.
Robbie Stephens chipped the keeper from 25 yards as 10-man Manadon saw off University of Plymouth A 3-0.
Following Stephens' opener, Ryan Houghton scored a penalty and five minutes later Dan Smith netted after a good move, although Ryan Jago saw red late on.
SUBSTITUTE Anthony Davies scored on his debut to send Steam Packet above Hideaway Café into second place.
They led at the interval thanks to Nigel Roberts' strike, after some good work by Matt Mazzoni, but previously unbeaten Hideaway equalised through Chris Evans' thundering header.
However, Davies came on and won a penalty after a mazy run, before taking it to clinch a crucial win.
Yelverton recorded their first win of the season with a thrilling 5-4 victory at Wembury Rovers.
The strugglers led 4-0 at half-time, but looked to have spurned that advantage, before finding a late winner, to keep alive their slim hopes of safety.
Jason Blight scored twice, while Ryan Sours, Martin Wilmot and Rice Stallard also found goal.
Windmill scored all their goals in the last 30 minutes as they rallied to beat Horrabridge Rangers 5-1 at Tothill.
Matt Palin gave Horrabridge the lead from an indirect free-kick, and they held on for some time, before Darren Parr and Robbie Brimming both scored to turn the game around.
Parr added another two to complete his hat-trick, with Sam Finn scoring as a sub, meaning Brimming's penalty, saved by John Hore, had no repercussions.
Dhani Norman hit a brace against his former club as Morley Rangers beat Hooe Rovers 5-2.
He put them ahead, and Ryan Hodgkinson set up Will Matthews and 16-year-old Tom Hunt to extend Rangers' lead, in a half where Rovers had Norbit Beza sent off.
The teams traded blows after that, with Norman and Luke Chubb netting for the victors, while Miles Easton and Lucasz Skop grabbed consolations for Hooe.
DAN EDWARDS' treble helped Lee Moor B to a resounding 10-0 victory over depleted Bere Alston United.
There were eye-catching goals from Mike Vanstone, who curled in from distance, and Luke Valance, who netted with an overhead kick from 15 yards.
Ben Wildman notched twice, with Kyle Pepper, Lucas Lapthorn and Mike Hancock all netting.
Simon Ward scored and excelled in his new position as Plymouth Falcons put in their display of the season to beat Star Garage 5-1.
They were pegged back to 1-1, but Lee Purdy's brace, added to by Dan Docwra, Harrison Jones and Ward put them out of sight.
Plymouth Hope battled past University of Plymouth C 3-1 to go to the top of the table.
Matt Edward put them in-front, and although Olly Sealey equalised, Hope won the points courtesy of Kamal Mohamed and Uiri De Vilhena.
Chaddlewood Miners OB's A came from behind to beat Shakespeare Reserves 2-1.
Connor Spellman got the leveller, with Gary Ward striking the decisive goal from just three yards.
SPORTING Plymouth dropped points in their title chase, relying on Andrew Cromack's volley for a 2-2 home draw with Edgcombe Hotel.
Tommy Martin put them ahead midway through the first half, but Edgcombe captain Brad Smith's 45-yard effort was let in, and Jonny Almond's quality strike had Sporting stunned.
However, Cromack ensured they wouldn't leave empty-handed, in a game they had the better of, while Edgcombe remain on their coat-tails in fourth.