Five-star Jackson shines in DWL Cup
LARRY SPEARE DEVON WEDNESDAY FOOTBALL LEAGUE PREMIER CUP HM Naval Base…5 Students Union…0
THE highlight of this first round tie was a five-goal performance by Naval striker Jamie Jackson.
Jackson, who has been selected for the full Royal Naval representative team, proved to be a livewire throughout and his prowess brought a handsome reward.
University (IV)…0 HMS Raleigh…3
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A SPARKLING first half hat-trick by Ollie Perkins enabled the sailors to progress to the semi-finals after dominating this tie.
Perkins put Raleigh in front when his goal-bound shot took a deflection to wrongfoot the Uni keeper.
Star Cars…4 UCP Marjon (III)…0
CARS eased to a comfortable first round victory and took the lead when Brett Cole applied the finishing touch to a good move.
Before the break Cars doubled their advantage thanks to a thunderbolt from Connor Phillips. On the hour Philips scored his second and Cars' third before Myles Easton wrapped up the win.
JACK FINCH DIVISION ONE CUP City College Plymouth…0 Devonport High School…1
DEVONPORT progressed to the second round with this narrow victory over neighbours City College.
Both defences were on top until Lawrence Murray broke the deadlock for Devonport midway through the first half.
City College found Devonport 'keeper James Scrivener in unbeatable form.
Lipson Community College…10 YMCA Discovery Colege…1
THIS was yet another steep learning curve for the young YMCA side as a physically stronger Lipson ran riot.
Tyler Gorman netted YMCA's consolation but credit their players who gave their all before tiring in that final half hour.
On target for Lipson were Tombs and Myers with trebles, while Tippett and Thomson both recorded doubles.
DIVISION ONE Dukes (B)…2 City Police…3
POLICE recorded their first win of the season but had to hold on after racing into a three-goal lead.
Lee Sheldon threaded through a pass for Luke Critchley to open the Police account before Pete Say got on the end of another through ball to make it 2-0.
Steve Arnold, normally between the sticks but enjoying a rare outfield role, pounced for Police's third after a goalmouth melee.
29 Commando…2 University (V)…3
THE Commandos staged a good fightback to pull a goal back after the students had built a 2-0 lead. Uni restored the two-goal advantage only for Commandos to reduce the deficit.
St Boniface College…1 Royal Marine Band…1
THE Bandsmen went ahead in the first half when Jordan Wilson netted direct from a corner. Saints drew level with a disputed second half penalty.