PICTURES: DJM League Round-Up from in and around Plymouth
Activate Youth...8 Plymouth Kolts...1
ACTIVATE'S biggest win of the season saw them go clear at the top of the table with a great team performance.
They dominated from kick-off and played some great passing football despite the heavy pitch making it tough.
Goals from Benito Scott and Ben Barrowdale, assisted by unselfish work from Simon Gerry, saw them go in at half-time with a 2-0 lead.
Activate continued pressing forward in the second half and man-of-the-match Corey Distin scored the first of his three goals before Kolts replied with a long range effort.
Further goals from Lucas Cambridge, Matthew Bamber and Jack Sherlock earned Activate a convincing 8-1 victory.
Hooe Rovers...1 MAP Juniors...5
LEFT winger Jack Dixon scored four goals for MAP Juniors, with the first one coming in the 11th minute from an excellent strike.
Dixon scored a second. Just before half-time a mazy run and quality finish from Harvey Tomlinson took MAP into half-time 3-0 up.
Hooe reduced the deficit to 3-1 in the second period before MAP reasserted themselves and Dixon netted two more goals.
The man-of-the-match for MAP was Ethan Frost, who worked hard throughout and gave a captain's performance at the back.
Callington Colts Jnrs...2 YMCA Kitto...3
THREE league and cup games between these teams have produced 11 goals each and three away wins.
Kitto earned their second success against Colts through goals from Lewis Hicks, Drew Tenuto and a huge deflection on a Rick O'Shea free-kick.
Ben Maciver-Redwood pegged the visitors back to 1-1 just before half-time but Kitto were the better team after the break and pushed on to a 3-1 lead.
Corey Freeman's penalty reduced the deficit to 3-2, but only a man-of-the-match performance by home 'keeper Joe Whittaker prevented a heavier defeat.
Callington Colts...0 MAP Juniors...8
THIS was a good all-round performance in the end from the reigning champions but only after a slow start.
MAP missed a couple of opportunities before Harry Frost struck a fine shot to send them in at half-time only one goal to the good.
The avalanche of goals which was to follow started with a close range Thomas Dixon finish before Matthew Cooper hit a quick-fire hat-trick in less than five minutes.
Conner McAuley grabbed two well-taken goals before MAP man-of-the-match Dan Tate got the goal his workrate deserved.
The MAP defence was strong throughout, led impressively by Ryan Winfield.
Ivybridge Town...3 Elm United...3
ELM, playing their first game in months, stormed into a 3-0 lead with Nathan Sleet getting the first goal.
That was followed by an audacious lob from Nathan Gee and Aaron Rutherford's first ever goal for Elm.
Ivybridge pulled one back before half-time and then scored two goals late in the second period to force a draw.
Plymstock United...4 Elm United...3
AFTER an even opening, Plymstock took a two-goal lead through Williams and Lowe.
Elm pulled one back before the break when Tommy Phillips crossed for Zach Wheeler to convert.
The second half saw Elm start brightly and Cameron Heard pulled things level with a cracking strike.
Substitute Mike Pearce put Plymstock 3-2 up and a long distance drive from Ray Card made it four for the home team.
Elm missed a penalty before Heard scored his second of the game – but Plymstock held on to take all three points.
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Southgate Colts...1 Lipson United...3
THIS top-of-the-table game was played on a heavy pitch and both teams coped well with the conditions. Mike Storey scored a perfect hat-trick – left foot, right foot and a header – for Lipson.