Throgmorton Cup: Match previews
LISKEARD Athletic have to put a traumatic week behind them as they prepare for the visit of East division outfit Okehampton Argyle (2.30pm).
Martin McKue and Richard Woods have stepped up to look after the first team following the departure of Paul Blatchford.
They are in the process of contacting as many players as possible as they attempt to raise a side.
Throgmorton Cup games will be played to a finish with extra time and penalties available to ensure a result on the day.
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Liskeard (from): ANOther, B Collins, J Crawford, B Waters, R Almond, M Outram, R Small, B Ferguson, R Lowton, R Thomason, C Ferguson, N Aplin, ANOther
CALLINGTON Town will be hoping that a week's rest will see them refreshed and ready to return to winning ways when Foxhole Stars visit Marshfield Parc (2.30pm).
Jake Evans successfully came through a run-out with the second team last weekend without any reaction to the hamstring injury that has kept him sidelined since the pre-season.
Two players missing are unavailable striker Dennis Mason and defender Fergus Nevin, who suffered a reccurence of his hamstring in training on Tuesday.
Callington (from): S Borthwick, C Lock, A Pook, G Williams, K Smith, M Lucas, B Farnham, S Stevens, L Beer, S Kidd, M Norman, L Dart, B Langton, J Evans
TORPOINT Athletic goalkeeper Ben Hardie is available for the visit of West division side Wadebridge Town to The Mill (2.30pm).
Hardie will be vying for the number one jersey with Dan Batten in a squad that also has midfielder Danny Brook back from his holiday.
Torpoint (from): B Hardie/D Batten, B Davies, L Bevan, D Smith, J Alexander, D Brook, B Allen, C Martindale, J Robertson, C Todd, A Carter, D Hicks, E Cowd, B Yeo
PLYMSTOCK United have the perfect chance to bounce back from last weekend's shock 7-0 home defeat when they travel to struggling Liverton United (2.30pm).
The south Devon outfit lost a record 23-0 at Stoke Gabriel last weekend.
Plymstock's Lee Card and Will Cole return after missing the defeat by the leaders. They can also include Dan McAdam, who has been signed from Callington.
Plymstock (from): J Castle, M Strickland, T Cole, L Card, J Yates, W Cole, P McAdam, R O'Hea, C Holt, K Bowden, D Edwards, D Duthie, S Sims, C Roberts, D McAdam
IVYBRIDGE Town striker Jordan Walton returns when they travel to Ponsmere Valley to take on Perranporth (2.30pm).
One player sidelined is striker Joe Truelove, who is still suffering from his stomach problem.
Ivybridge (from): J Oak, P Bromhead, J Zimmerman, C Maskell, A Parker, B Smallridge, A Neal, S Sutton, R McClements, T Hanrahan, J Walton, L Reed, J Middleton, E Plackett, M Berry
VOSPERS Oak Villa are hoping to add striker Andy Harris to the squad, after Plymstock kindly waived the seven days rule, for the visit of East division outfit Alphington to Weston Mill (2.30pm).
Oak Villa's Steve Blackburn returns along with Liam Parnell and Jack Collier. They are added to a squad that will be missing goalkeeper Ian Evans.
Evans' absence means central defender Pete Foster will be donning the gloves against the Alphas.
Oak Villa (from): P Foster, R Swain, M Stevenson, R Eland, A Forbes, L Parnell, S Blackburne, D Worth, P Daniel, D Ware, R Bass, J Pearce, J Hogan, D Webb, J Collier, R Avery
IN THE ACTION: Plymstock's James Yates pushes forward during his side's defeat by Exwick last weekend. Yates is included in the Plymstock squad that faces Liverton tomorrow in the Throgmorton Cup