Emily Mousley doubles up as Plymouth Argyle Ladies see off Exeter
SOUTH WEST COMBINATION Argyle Ladies...5 Exeter City...0
ARGYLE maintained their unbeaten start to the season and moved up to second place courtesy of an emphatic victory over their Devon rivals.
Emily Mousley scored twice and goals from Jodie Chubb, Laura Perrett and Rebekah Rose, made it six points and 11 goals in Argyle's past two league fixtures.
Argyle, who beat Larkhall 7-1 last time out, went ahead on six minutes when a cross from the left by Rachel Javan found Chloe Bassett on the opposite flank, who passed inside for Chubb to finish off the move.
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Striker Mousley, who had scored four goals at Larkhall, struck twice to send Argyle into the break 3-0 ahead.
Rose increased Argyle's lead from the penalty spot after Mousley had been fouled with Perrett completing the scoring from the edge of the box.
Next up for Argyle is a trip to the Isle of Wight on Sunday where Shanklin await.
WESTERN DIVISION Dobwalls...1 Marine Academy...4
MAP returned to winning ways at Dobwalls but had to come from behind to secure victory.
The hosts went ahead from the penalty spot just before half-time, but MAP's Dani Moody levelled with a well-taken goal early into the second period.
Jade Bryan added a second for MAP before Sam Drewery made it 3-1 from the penalty spot.
One last push from MAP saw Georgie Talbot jink her way through the defenders in a packed box and coolly slotted the ball past the 'keeper.
It was a precious three points for MAP who face Dobwalls again on Sunday in the reverse fixture.
DEVON LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION AFC Plympton...4 Feniton...3
AFC PLYMPTON consolidated their position at the top of the table with a hard-earned victory over previously unbeaten Feniton.
Chelsea Robinson netted AFC's first goal only for Feniton to level, before Sam Metters made it 2-1 to the hosts.
But two quick goals before the break put Feniton 3-2 ahead going into the second period.
Becky Pepperell equalised for Plympton with Chez Phillips scoring the winner.
Illogan RBL...3 Plymstock United...4
OLIVIA RAMSEY scored twice and further goals from Hayley Ranachan and Sarah Gregory helped lift Plymstock to the top of the table after this hard-earned win at Illogan.
DIVISION ONE Activate...13 Elmore...2
ACTIVATE stormed back from their previous week's defeat by Budleigh with a crushing defeat of Elmore.
Jodie Marsh helped herself to a double hat-trick, with Wendy Wise and Becky Eden both grabbing trebles.
Kirsty Waldock scored Activate's other goal.
Elmore's consolation goals came from Rebecca Holman and Toni McGovern.
MORLEY Rangers were left without a game as Stoke Gabriel's problems raising a team for their first two matches has led to them withdrawing from the league.