CSWPL Premier Division: Plymouth Parkway striker Lewis Coombe returns to St Blazey
PLYMOUTH Parkway have parted company with striker Lewis Coombes after just four games, and two goals, for the Bolitho Park outfit.
Coombes has returned to former club St Blazey ahead of tomorrow's game against Torpoint Athletic at The Mill (3pm).
Parkway could be short of firepower as they await late news on Sam Cooper (knee) and Dan Griffiths (groin) before naming their starting line-up
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Manager Wayne Hillson is hoping his side can start taking their chances after missing several against Bodmin last Saturday.
He said: "We let Bodmin off the hook, and two points slip as well, especially after they had gone down to 10 men, but credit to Bodmin for showing why they are a top side.
"We must now concentrate on Torpoint, who had a good result last weekend."
Torpoint bounced back from their disappointing cup performance at Bodmin with a 1-0 victory over Saltash, but manager Darren Edwards and his side will be aware of the task that faces them against their cross-Tamar rivals.
Full-back Matt Budd's back injury means he is still rated doubtful but he would be the only absentee for the Torpoint squad.
Torpoint (from): D Batten/S Borthwick, S White, G Williams, D Smith, D Hicks, P Baker, B Stacey, L Avis-Riordan, J Fenwick, J Alexander, L Kershaw, T Payne, D Lorimer, M Budd, K Curtis
Parkway (from): B Elphick, M Bonney, L Bevan, R Richards, P Heveran, S Hillson, S Cooper. D Griffiths, W Stringer, C Clarke, L Bailey, J Bass, J Heveran, W Daw
LISKEARD Athletic have one of their most important league games of the season when they travel to bottom club Penzance in a real relegation six-pointer at Penlee Park (3pm).
The Magpies are seven points adrift of Liskeard, having played a game more, and without a victory in their 27 league games to date.
Liskeard boss Paul Blatchford will be taking nothing for granted as he is aware his Blues side are travelling to the other end of Cornwall looking to end a run of 18 league games without a victory.
He said: "This is a massive game for the club as we can almost ensure our Premier survival by winning at Penzance.
"Survival in this division is vital for Liskeard and would allow us the time to rebuild in the close season."
Blatchford is hoping six of his squad who missed the game against Newquay will be returning for the trip west.
Mike Rourke, Duncan Duthie, Matt Lyndsay, Matt Hawes, Lee Blatchford and Jack Podmore are all added to the squad including second team goalkeeper Rob Brown, who produced a man-of-the-match performance last Saturday.
Liskeard (from): R Brown, C Brimicombe, D Duthie, R Wallis, M Lyndsay, T Hall, C Canham, A Martin, P Bromhead, M Hawes, M Rourke, J Podmore, M Hatfield
ELBURTON Villa top scorer Levi Landricombe returns after a month in Australia and he joins the squad that travels to Poltair Park looking to gain revenge on St Austell (3pm).
The Lillywhites had an incredible 7-2 victory at Haye Road just two weeks ago but Villa bounced back with away wins at Camelford (3-2) and Newquay (3-1).
Landricombe is not the only player returning as Callum Martindale is free of suspension and Martin Finneron free of work commitments.
Robbie Almond returns after being cup-tied for Tuesday's impressive cup quarter-final victory at Newquay.
It is not all good news for Villa, however, as Saam Khakbazan and Lee Salmon will miss the trip to St Austell.
Elburton (from): S May, J Alexander, R Spear, L Daw, J Trott, S Stevens, M Landricombe, J Crowley, J Smith, T Barwell, L Rundle, T Roach, C Martindale, R Almond, M Finneron
SALTASH United goalkeeper Nathan Murphy returns for their trip to in-form south Devon outfit Bovey Tracey (3pm).
Murphy replaces Lee Carew, who stood in for Murphy, while he was undergoing a mouth operation.
The Ashes take on a Bovey side who have only lost once, and that was against Bodmin, in their last seven games.
Manager Stuart Dudley awaits news on Lewis Russell, Steve Jewell, Oscar Bennetts, Danny Zalick, Sam Farrant, Richard Maddison and Rikki Allen, who all missed Wednesday's impressive performance at Bodmin.
He also awaits a report on Ross Saint's back injury after the midfielder played through the pain barrier at Priory Park. Toby Clark is still sidelined with a knee injury.
Saltash (from): N Murphy, A Cusack, D Kanaki, S Hughes, S Clark, M Cusack, L Russell, S Jewell, O Bennetts, D Zalick, R Saint, S Farrant, R Maddison, G Coulton, S Sargison, M Godfree, R Allen
IVYBRIDGE Town will be without Mike Scott and Shae Saunders for their trip to Trefrew Park where they take on Camelford (3pm).
The pair are both unavailable, and they could also be without the services of Jamie Middleton. However, Mike Summers and Josh Norrie return.
Ivybridge (from): J Oak, M Summers, B Smallridge, A Parker, S Sutton, J Walton, M Berry, J Truelove, J Middleton, T Hanrahan, J Zimmerman, A Widdicombe, M Cheetham, S Morgan, J Norrie