Dog & Duck survive cup scare in Sunday thriller
Sunday Football round up, with Rod Martin.
The focus moved to the County cup competitions this weekend.
After building a 5-1 lead Dog & Duck FC were nearly brought back to earth by Moon FC who fought back to 5-4 in their Devon Sunday Supplementary Cup tie at Clennon. Jamie Aylett, Brian Harper, Nick Thomas and Kurt Hey had Moon dreaming of a famous victory before the clock eventually beat them. Ryan Fox (2), Sean Mcginley (2) and Ash Blackler left Moon trailing, but Danny Hobbin's depleted squad scrambled home - even though the Dog & Duck Manager was forced to play in goal!
Dan Broadway (3) Robbie Bowker (2) and Ryan Hare earned Wheel Power FC a Devon Sunday Senior cup victory over Spartans, whose only reply came from Steve Burke. At half time, Spartans were still in the game at 2-1 but Power took charge in the second forty five to finish 5-1 victors. Their prize is an area final against Old Brewery FC who disposed of Plough Inn FC 7-1 at Quinta, through Ollie Critchlow (3) Ryan White, Nick Rudge, Josh Briscomb and Stephen Doyle.
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A full gallery of pictures from that game in our featured 'Match of the Week' is available to view here, including our man of the match Nick Rudge.
Brewery's league game this weekend has been postponed to allow scheduled opponents Indian Ocean FC to complete their Devon Sunday Supplementary Cup tie at Torbay Wanderers. A waterlogged Cricketfield Road pitch caused the County tie postponement on Sunday but it now takes priority in the fixtures.
However, Moon FC v Spartans will go ahead in the league as will Palace Place Boys' trip to Barton Downs to face Wheel Power.