Plymouth Argyle Ladies book place in Devon Senior Cup Final
DEVON SENIOR CUP SEMI-FINAL Plymouth Argyle...8 Bay Ladies...0
PLYMOUTH Argyle eased into the Devon Cup final with a comfortable victory over a plucky Bay side.
The result was never in doubt once midfielder Jodie Chubb had converted from an Ellie Dorey corner in the fifth minute.
Sarah Stacey added the second when she cut in from the right and struck a firm shot across the 'keeper and into the far corner.
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Stacey notched her second goal following a neat passing move through the Bay defence after Becca Rose had supplied the final ball.
Their fourth came from a fine cross from the right by Stacey, the ball knocked back by Steph Beck to Katie Middleton to drive a left foot shot home from 14 yards to make it 4-0 at half time.
It took the Greens just seven minutes of the second half to add a fifth.
Winger Chloe Bassett provided a cross from the left wing that found Rose 12 yards out and her shot went under the 'keeper's body.
On the hour mark, Emily Mousley replaced Stacey up front and within five minutes was on the scoresheet when she finished off a fine passing move.
Rose then added the next, tapping in after the 'keeper could not hold a Jodie Chubb header.
And just before full-time, Chloe Bassett completed the scoring, running in from the left to smash the ball home.
The final will be played at FA Headquarters, Coach Road , Newton Abbot on Thursday, April 18.
Their opponents will be either Exeter City or Plympton, whose tie on Sunday was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch. That tie will now be played on Sunday.
UNIVERSITY of Plymouth missed out on a place in the Devon County Supplementary Cup after narrowly losing 1-0 at Ashmoor in the semi-final.
Meanwhile, in the Westwards Developments Devon Women's League Premier Division, Activate won 6-1 at Exmouth Amateurs.
The Activate scorers were Jodie Martin (2), Chelsea Semmens (2), Wensdy Wise and Becky Eden.