Torbay Sunday football round up, with Rod Martin.
Brave Indian Ocean FC produced a stunning fightback to deny Plough Inn FC at Paignton Community College. Ocean shipped four first half goals without reply but incredibly went on to lead 5-4 before Plough salvaged a draw with the last kick of the game. Jamie Bradley, Josh Moore, Gavin Russel and Rob Redding all scored as Plough scythed through the Ocean defence but the tide was turned by Pete Andrews' treble and a Stuart Pointon brace which very nearly stole the points. However it was high fives all round after Redding's late saver for the weary Plough men. After a similar 5-5 result last week I'm not sure how healthy it is following Ocean, but you certainly get your five a day.
While the Plough fixtures lie fallow this weekend, Ocean embark on a trip to Spartans FC who cruised to a 16-2 victory over Palace Place Boys at KGV.
Jordan Lam marked his Spartans debut by earning a first minute penalty converted by Jon Ross (2) before grabbing a brace himself. Scott Corderoy also scored two but Simon Ross starred with four goals. Dom Aplin, Alex Harding, Ash Edwards, Josh Cawsey, Ben Carter and Dom O'Brien also found the net while Palace Place nominated any two from Richard Frost, Ricky Jenkins and Gary Rivers. The Boys will hope to bounce back at Clennon Valley when they land on Moon FC.
Wheel Power FC went clear at the top of the table after overpowering Torbay Wanderers at Cricketfield Rd. Big guns Richie baker (5) Jamie chamberlain (3) Dave Worthington, Sheridan Gagg and Kev Dunn (pen) marked the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month with an eleven nil win.
Power aim to shoot down Dog and Duck FC at Barton Downs while Wanderers are home again to Old Brewery FC whose game with D&D was postponed.