Chaddlewood manager Mark Lethbridge calls for consistency ahead of clash with Plymouth University A
CHADDLEWOOD manager Mark Lethbridge has called on his team to find some consistency ahead of their clash with University A.
Following an excellent display against Mount Gould, he bemoaned a lacklustre showing when his side played Millbrook last week.
The return of goalkeeper Steve Wills should add some leadership to the Chaddlewood ranks.
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Ant Davies could be a long-term absentee for an improving Steam Packet side, who are up against an experienced Roborough outfit.
Davies will definitely miss tomorrow's match at Brickfields, while Nigel Roberts will play his last game of the year.
Steam Packet, however, hope Dale Hayes can return to the squad.
UNIVERSITY B will belatedly get their campaign under way when they play host to Edgecumbe.
The students struggled for a core group of players at times last season, and only stayed out of the league's bottom three on goal difference.
SPORTING Plymouth will make use of their strong squad when they host Horrabridge Rangers Reserves.
Following last week's victory over Edgecumbe, John Sheerin, Darren Blight, James Ritchie and Ryan Purdy all miss out due to unavailability or suspension.
Arguably more alarming is the news that top scorer Darrell Martin races a race against time to play.
Sporting have called on Tom Purdy, Scott Rennie, Dimitri Solomon, player of the year Matt Bristow and new signing Austin Beeney to fill the gaps.
Sporting (from): Matt Bristow (c), Dimitri Solomon, Shawn Reed, Scott Rennie, Tom Purdy, Tom Martin, Jack Moore, Austin Beeney, Andrew Cromack, Tom Jeavons, Darrell Martin, Tom Pope, Barrie Walker, Mike Martin
STOKE Harriers take on fellow league new-boys Ernesettle Trust, at Tothill, with both sides in the top half of the table.
Youngster Sam Jessep's move to Torpoint has hit Ernesettle, but they hope to bring in another signing to replace him.
Aaron Clark will be sidelined for a few weeks through injury, but Ben Fallows should be fit after a lay-off.
Ernesettle (from): K Heatley, R Foster, A Symons, K Nicholson, J Bridgeman, D Wheeler, L Molloy, A Ring, D Macmillan, M Hayden, C Town, D Carron, H Jones, J Tucker, B Fallows
DEVON PREMIER CUP ROUND ONE
MARJON, who have enjoyed an unbeaten league start, face a stern test when they travel to Bere Alston United.
The hosts ply their trade in the East Cornwall Premier Division, but Marjon should take confidence from recent performances and be hopeful of progressing.
DEVON INTERMEDIATE CUP ROUND ONE
DIVISION Four side Belgrave could enter the tie with higher division opponents Morley Rangers B as favourites, with recent form in their favour.
GEORGE GILLIN TROPHY PRELIMINARY ROUND
AFTER a tricky start, Hideaway Café should look forward to taking on Morley Rangers.
CHALLENGE BOWL PRELIMINARY ROUND
PLYMOUTH Rangers will be eager to put a dismal start to the season behind them when they play Division Three rivals Star Garage.