Rangers spring a shock on Bar Sol
DEVON SUPPLEMENTARY CUP THIRD ROUND
BAR SOL ONA slumped to a surprise 7-1 defeat against Barne Barton Rangers.
Chris Mills looked to have given Bar Sol a way back into the game when he scored a free-kick early in the second half after Rangers had gone 2-0 up.
But this only spurred on Rangers and they went on to score five more with Dale Hooper (2), Ryan Cork (2), Nick Cotton, Brice Shields and Steve Bolt all netting.
Team Badlands strolled to an 11-1 victory at home to Cherry Tree.
Man of the match Dan O'Connor pulled the strings in midfield and also scored, with Danny Zalick (3), Sam Chitty (2), Miles Jeavons (2), James Donnallon, Chris West and Tom Blackler also on the score-sheet for Badlands.
Kings Tamerton CA B are safely through to the next round with a thumping 10-0 win against Lamorna Keltic.
Josh Almond (3), Andrew Neal (2), Kyle Bennie, Ryan Paice, Martin Sinneren, Jamie Grimrod and Sean Palfrey got the goals for Kings in a routine win.
NAVY INN remain at the top of the table after a 7-1 home win against Bristol Castle, despite having a player sent off early in the second half.
Dave Evans pulled one back with a penalty for Bristol Castle after Navy were reduced to 10-men, but this did not affect the game and the home side went on to score three more.
The Windmill comfortably beat Brookside SC 7-1.
Matthews (3), Honey (2), Sutton and Dalley netted for The Windmill, but Brookside battled throughout and managed a consolation through new signing Lee Kilgannon.
JAY THOMPSON scored the goal of the game as Plymouth United A cruised to a 5-0 victory over Barnes United.
Thompson finished well on the half volley from 15 yards and goals from Craig Lauderdale, Steve Evans and an Adam Cannan brace completed the scoring.
Struggling Barnes will be thankful they only conceded five in another poor performance.
Friary Vaults A upset the form book with a 3-0 win against Melbourne Inn.
Brett Oliver scored an impressive hat-trick to give his side all three points and dent Melbourne's hopes of promotion.
SALTRAM ATHLETIC kept up their fine form with a 5-2 win against Drakes Drum.
Scott Blatchford scored the pick of the goals for Saltram with a stunning volley, adding to a Matt Rickard goal, a Ryan Foster penalty and a brace from John Heveran to seal the win.
Will Matthews scored four as Activate beat Friary Vaults 8-2.
Zack Dugdald and Lee Britchford also netted for Activate, with Liam Donnovan adding a brace.
Zack Jones pulled one back with a fantastic 30-yard strike, and Kyle Mudge also scored for Vaults.
Princetown suffered another embarrassing defeat as they conceded 19 without reply at home to Bar Sol Ona Reserves.
Christian Evens (4), Kris Clark (3), Dave Duncan (2), Rhys Yates (2), Dave Davies, Colin Weeks, James Carr, Josh Dunkley, Clive Crocker, Richard Howell and Kyle Hill all helped themselves to g goals as Sol ran riot.