P&WD Sunday League: Railway Inn fly the Plymouth flag in Devon Senior Cup semi-final
DEVON SENIOR CUP SEMI-FINAL
RAILWAY INN, the last Plymouth team in the competition, are one match away from the final of the Devon Senior Cup.
They are playing Athletico Borough in the semi-finals at Rock Park, Barnstaple.
Athletico Borough are top of their league and have a goal difference of plus 57
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Railway Inn are also top of the league with a goal difference of plus 48.
Railway (from): M Roberts, S Hillson, L Bevan, M Landricombe, M David, S Krac, L Bailey, W Gamble, D Brook, G Hobbs, L Coxon, A Carter, L Landricombe, J Scott, B Elphick
THIRD-placed Windmill have a chance to chip away at leaders Navy Inn against the team a place below them, Kings Tamerton.
Windmill are only eight points behind the top team, but have two games in hand.
Railway Inn, on cup duty tomorrow, still – on paper at least – have the upper hand on both teams.
They are a point behind Navy, but have four games in hand on the leaders and two on The Windmill.
LEADERS Bar Sol Ona travel to Walkhampton knowing three points could pull them clear of the chasing pack.
After a 7-0 win against Walkhampton earlier in the season manager, Andy Notman is hoping for a similar performance.
Striker Lee Vigus returns to the squad, as do defenders Ian Saunders, Chris Mills and Brian Bicknell.
Calvin Evans is missing while John Wyatt is an injury doubt. Ryan Thomasson may make his debut.
Bar Sol (from): Paul Cullen, Brian Bicknell, Chris Mills, Ian Saunders, Dan Crowther, Clive Crocker, Ryan Thomasson, James Spear, Ben Ferguson, John Wyatt, Seve Catindig-Stagg, Adam Parker, Lee Vigus
MELBOURNE Inn, tied at the top of Division Two with Bar Sol Ona – but having played a game more – face Bluebird United.
Third-placed Team Badlands, who have played just seven league fixtures this season but won all of them, won't be playing a Division Two match tomorrow, either.
They take on Henry's Cronies in the semi-finals of the Devon Sunday Supplementary Cup.
JAMES CARR'S Bar Sol Ona Reserves still lead Division Three but have a tough game against pre-season title favorites Barne Barton Rangers.
Barne Barton are undefeated in the league this season and have games in hand on the leaders.
Captain Kyle Hill is still out with a broken leg, while Christian Evans is unavailable.
Bar Sol Res (from): James Carr, Rich Howell, Danny Harris, Rhys Yates, Mark Holt, Lee Peart, Dan Evans, Stirling Woodside, Stuart Townell, Dave Davies, Gareth Jones, Anthony Underwood, Nathan Hill, Lewis Young, Jamie Dewdney