Plymouth Argyle too strong for Witheridge in Devon St Luke's Cup tie
PLYMOUTH ARGYLE were too strong for a Witheridge side missing several players, including captain and striker Steve Ebdy.
The npower League Two club's side ran out 7-2 winners in the Devon St Luke's Cup quarter-final tie, watched by 184 at Edge Down Park on Tuesday night.
Plymouth, who led 5-1 at half time, will take on Tiverton Town or Exeter City in the semi-finals.
Andres Gurrieri, the Argentine winger, scored a hat-trick, Isaac Vassell, a former Bideford loanee, hit two and Luke Young and Jamie Richards got one each. Jordan Charran struck both Witheridge's goals, taking his tally for the season to 21.
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The home side had Aidan Way sent off for violent conduct in the second half.
On Saturday, Witheridge were beaten for the first time since Chris Vinnicombe was appointed manager in October – 5-0 at Plymouth Parkway.
Ryan Richards, Lance Bailey, Paul Heveran, Lewis Coombes and Sam Cooper scored for the home side, who are second in the Carlsberg South West Peninsula League premier division.