Dean Stamp nets a hat-trick in Willand Rovers' FA Vase victory
In-form forward Dean Stamp claimed his second hat-trick of the season as Willand Rovers swept to a 5-3 FA Vase second qualifying round win over Western League Premier Division rivals Sherborne Town on Saturday.
The former Exeter City striker scored in the fifth, 11th and 23rd minutes as Willand surged into a 4-1 lead, aided by a 15th-minute strike from player-manager Scott Rogers.
Sherborne rallied to make it 4-3 by half-time before David Steele headed Rovers’ fifth goal on 67 minutes.
Five South West Peninsula League clubs will also have an interest in Monday's draw after Saturday’s Vase results, although Newquay have a replay at Barnstaple Town to contend with on Tuesday.
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Bovey Tracey continued their recent revival by winning 2-1 at Street. The Moorlanders’ victory came despite going a goal down on five minutes. The visitors came more into the game as the half wore on and it was no more than they deserved when Jared Lewington and Sam Dicken scored to put them in front.
The second half saw Street putting their visitors under pressure but they could not break down a strong Bovey defence, in which goalkeeper Tom Brooks excelled with three top-class saves.
Newquay must have thought they were through to the next round when goals from Jack Bray-Evans and Rob Wearne gave them a two-goal lead with 20 minutes left to play.
Western League First Division side Barnstaple Town had other ideas, with Jed Harper-Penman replying direct from an 83rd-minute free-kick. The tie was in stoppage time when Tom Marsh hit the visitors’ equaliser to earn extra-time, which was scoreless.
Plymouth Parkway cruised in to the next round after a hat-trick from Levi Landricombe plus efforts from Sam Hillson, Jamie Bass and Ryan Richards saw them beat St Blazey 6-0 at Bolitho Park.
Tavistock travelled home from Cullompton Rangers celebrating their first victory of the season after a goal in each half from Ian Rooke and Jonny Wyatt saw them win 2-0 at Speeds Meadow.
A nasty leg injury to Wadebridge Town full-back Dan Metherell soured the tie at Saltash United, where the Ashes beat the visitors 5-1.
The Bridgers had unsuccessfully contested the penalty that saw Ross Saint give Saltash the lead before a collision between goalkeeper Tom Blackler and Metherell saw the game held up for over 30 minutes.
On resumption, Blackler was booked and Wadebridge were awarded a penalty, from which Dan Jennings equalised, but then Saint scored his second and Sam Hughes hit a second-half hat-trick.
Goals from Simon and Mark Revell saw Buckland Athletic win 2-0 at Exmouth Town, while Camelford lost 3-1 at home to Shepton Mallet. Andy Boxall scored for the Camels.
In the Peninsula League Premier Division, John Dent’s debut as Falmouth Town manager did not bring a victory, despite Paul Cox giving them a fifth-minute lead, as visitors Ivybridge Town returned to the top with goals from Chris Maskell and Andy Parker.
Bodmin Town’s Luke Hodge hit a hat-trick as his side beat Elburton 6-0 at Priory Park, with Lee Doel and Nick Doel (two) completing the scoring.
Godolphin Atlantic beat Liskeard Athletic 3-1 thanks to two second-half goals from debut striker Carl Rickard.