Hele's School into last eight
HELE'S School, Plympton, have reached the quarter-finals of the English Schools' FA Under-16 Cup.
They have been drawn at home to Durrington High School, from West Sussex, in the last eight, on a date still to be arranged.
Hele's made it into the quarter-finals with a 4-1 win away to Cherwell School, of Oxford.
They conceded an early goal but hit back to lead 3-1 by the break through Dan Jeffs, Regan O'Reilly and Tom Moxham.
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Callum Hall, who has been offered a two-year apprenticeship by Plymouth Argyle starting next season, added the fourth goal in the second half.
Hall has netted 16 times as Hele's have progressed through six rounds of the national competition.
They opened up with home wins against Stoke Damerel Community College (6-0) and Kingsbridge Community College (6-1).
After a 5-1 victory at Torquay Boys' Grammar School, Hele's triumphed 7-2 at home to Penryn School.
That was followed by a 4-3 win away to Tiverton High School in the last 32 round before they beat Cherwell School.