Condy-Borge saves Star Cars in a dramatic shoot-out
LARRY SPEARE DEVON WEDNESDAY FOOTBALL LEAGUE DCFA MIDWEEK CUP HM Naval Base…3 Star Cars…3 (aet) (Star Cars won 4-2 on pens)
SUBSTITUTE Stuart Condy-Borge proved to be Star Cars' hero as he saved two penalties in a dramatic penalty shoot-out.
The visitors started brightly and went in front after five minutes through Jamie Grinrod before Base hit back with an equaliser.
Base took the lead in the second half only for Myles Easton to force extra-time with a late equaliser.
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In extra-time Grinrod netted again to regain the lead for Star Cars before Base restored parity to take the match into a penalty shoot-out.
After missing their first penalty Star Cars then put four away but had to thank Condy-Borge for his efforts to put them through to the quarter-finals.
42 Commando…6 HMS Raleigh…1
THE final result was not a true reflection of this second round tie as Raleigh contributed to an entertaining game well refereed by Neil Lane.
The Commandos went ahead on 10 minutes through a Lee Salmon penalty but Raleigh deservedly levelled with Jake Batizousky finishing off a flowing move.
Salmon netted his and 42's second with a vicious drive that proved too hot to handle before Sam Logan made it 3-1.
Despite Raleigh's attempts in attack, it was 42 who struck again with Logan getting his second.
John Wiseman ran through to bring the score to 5-1 before Salmon netted a second penalty to complete his hat-trick.
It was not Raleigh's day as Ollie Perkins' fierce free-kick sailed narrowly over the bar.
City Police…3 Lipson CC…2
THIS was a close encounter between two excellent sides in an entertaining tie.
Lipson got off to a great start when good play by Myers led him to squaring the ball to allow Quin to tap-in.
With both keepers in fine form it was even-stevens until Police took the lead with a long-range effort by Paul Smith.
Lipson pressed but were caught on the break with Lee Sheldon blasting home from long range to make it 3-1.
After Quin had brought the score back to 3-2, Lipson pressed in the last 10 minutes but the Police defence held strong.
Marjon…1 Students Union…7
UNION took control from the start and opened the scoring when a neat one-two between Raymond Chabvuka and Dries Etoar ended with the latter shooting into an open goal.
Against the run of play Marjon levelled matters before Lewys Jones and Brin Howard put Union 3-1 up at half-time.
In the second half Union showed no mercy and scored a fourth before Etoar got his second to make it 5-1.
With 10 minutes to go Union got a sixth before Chabvuka netted from a free-kick to make the final score 7-1.
St Boniface…1 Plymouth University…7
UNI made a confident start, taking the game to the College with Alex Lambert giving them the lead with a great finish from distance.
Ish Isa made it 2-0 at half-time before Uni breezed in a further four second half goals in the space of an hour, Max Allen, Tom Tunnicliff (penalty) and Costas Achilea (penalty) the marksmen.
College reduced the deficit but in a late blast Isa got Uni's sixth before a late strike made the final score 7-1.
29 Commando…3 Devonport High…1
THE Commandos proved too strong for the Devonport youngsters and went through to the quarter-finals thanks to a Dean Easterbrook brace and one from Karl Suridge.
DIVISION ONE City College…1 Marjon (IV)…10
AFTER holding their own in a first half where they only trailed by two goals, College allowed their heads to drop and crashed to a heavy defeat.
Marjon went 3-0 up through Liam Donovan, James Harding and Lee Britchford before Jake Heggs pulled one back. Marjon replied with a brace from Donovan to lead 5-1.
Marjon then ran riot courtesy of Harding, Calum Toome, Jack Copp, Zac Dugdale and a Ryan Howe penalty.
Royal Marine Band…2 YMCA Discovery Colege…7
YMCA recorded a morale-boosting result at Spickernell where they led 5-0 at half-time.
Tyler Gorman tapped in to open YMCA's account and then Steve Kidd did likewise to make it 2-0.
Dan Gill got YMCA's third and Ryan Mortellman made it 4-0 before Mick Chapman brought a fruitful first half for YMCA to a close with number five.
After striking the crossbar, Band reduced the deficit only for Gary Menzies to net number six for YMCA. Band managed to pull another goal back but after YMCA's lively Lewis Sneap had two efforts come back off the woodwork they had the final word with Mortellman netting his second.
Plymouth Dukes (B)…1 Plymouth University (V)…2
IN A game played in good spirit despite fierce rivalry, Scott Parker ran around the keeper to give Dukes the lead just before half-time. Dukes keeper Malcolm Lee made a good save to deny Uni's Kiani but had no chance as Kiani levelled with a cheeky lob. As Dukes went for the winner, Uni hit them with a swift counter-attack that ended with Farnham netting the winner and clinching the bragging rights.