Plymouth Parkway prove too strong for Bridport in FA Vase
Plymouth Parkway maintained their 100 per cent start to the season, in all competitions, as they beat Western League Premier side Bridport 4-2 at Bolitho Park, in the First Qualifying Round of the FA Vase.
Parkway’s matchwinner was striker Levi Landricombe who helped himself to a hat-trick to take his season’s tally to seven in as many games since signing from Elburton.
Ryan Richards grabbed Parkway’s other goal with Bridport replying with a penalty from Dan Wise and Matt Marley’s effort.
Parkway will now host St Blazey in the next round this coming Saturday after Bobby Oaten’s boys twice came from behind to beat Western Premier side Ilfracombe 3-2 in extra time at Blaise Park.
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Stan Paxton had twice given the visitors the lead, but Blazey hit back with goals from Danny Zalick and Josh Sims to force the tie in to extra time in which Jordan Greatrex whipped in a low cross that was diverted into his own net by a visiting defender for the deciding goal.
The only replay came after a seriously depleted Wadebridge side drew 2-2 at Premier Division Elmore and will not replay at Bodieve Park tomorrow night.
Wadebridge’s day started badly before even a ball had been kicked as a car load of players broke down en route leaving them to play 120 minutes with just 12 players available, which included Sasha Wheatman.
Liam Thomas gave the Eagles the lead with Dan Jennings levelling and then giving Wadebridge the lead from a second half penalty.
But Liam Pike sent the tie into a goalless extra time period when he headed home on 78 minutes.
Bovey Tracey also required extra time as they beat Wells City 3-2 at Mill Marsh Park where Sam Dicken, Mike Roper and Tom Kelly scored. Jamie Howson hit both of the visitors’ goals.
Camelford’s first ever Vase game was a success as goals from Billy Hopcroft and a Ryan Pooley penalty saw them beat Torpoint 2-1 with Adam Carter scoring the visitors’ goal,
The Camels will now entertain Shepton Mallet, but that was where Peninsula success ended as Dan Nancarrow scored St Austell’s late goal in a 3-1 defeat at Sherborne.
Barnstaple will visit Newquay in the FA Vase second round qualifying on September 21 following a 3-2 home win over another South West Peninsula Premier outfit, Witheridge.
Billy Tucker (2) and substitute Scott Sharp scored for Tom Bulley’s Western League First Division pace setters. Luke Cole and Steve Ebdy replied for Witheridge.