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  1. FT: Hebburn Town 2 (Scott 20, 45) Plymouth Parkway 0 PARKWAY DREAM OF GLORY IN FA VASE SHATTERED Parkway travelled just over 400 miles to the North East looking to overcome joint favourites, with themselves, Hebburn Town in the quarter final of the FA Vase, the furthest either club had ever gone in the competition. A record crowd of 1,705 for the hosts included around 60 from Parkway who had made the long journey by plane, train and road. Parkway made 4 changes from last Saturday’s victory at Cadbury Heath with Jordan Copp, Aaron Bentley,Jamie Lowry and Shane Krac starting in pla
  2. FT: Clevedon Town 0 Plymouth Parkway 2 (Jordan Bentley 69, Calver 75) Parkway travelled to 10th placed Clevedon Town having received news that the pitch had passed a midday inspection. Around 30 of the Parkway faithful boosted the attendance of 130. 2 changes were made from the FA Vase victory over West Auckland with Craig Duff starting in place of top scorer Adam Carter up front and Jordan Bentley coming in at right back replacing brother Aaron Bentley who was unavailable due to illness. The game got off to a cagey start with as both sides adjusting to the stodgy
  3. Hi Jacob This I'm sure will be a very tough tie, and I know the Manager and Coaching staff will do everything in their power to ensure the Team is prepared in every way possible. They did extensive homework on West Auckland and that paid off...nothing to say we cant go all the way. RVP
  4. THE DRAW FOR THE 1/4 FINALS OF THE FA VASE TIES TO BE PLAYED SATURDAY 29TH FEBRUARY CORINTHIANS V LEIGHTON TOWN WROXHAM V BITTON ATHERSTONE OR WORCESTER CITY V CONESTT HEBBURN V PLYMOUTH PARKWAY
  5. FT: Plymouth Parkway 2 (Farkins 45, Palfrey 63) West Auckland Town 1 (Purewal 31) PARKWAY PROGRESS TO THE LAST 8 OF THE FA VASE In front of a bumper crowd of 671 Parkway were looking to reach the last 8 of the FA Vase against Northern League side West Auckland Town. 4 changes were made from last week’s narrow victory against Wellington with Jamie Lowry, Nick Milton, Shane Krac and Jordan Copp starting in place of Jack Calver, Jordan Bentley, Craig Duff and Teigan Rosenquest. Parkway almost had the perfect start when straight from the kick off a Copp cross into t
  6. BUILDBASE FA VASE 5TH ROUND PLYMOUTH PARKWAY V WEST AUCKLAND TOWN SATURDAY 8TH FEBRUARY KO 15:00 ADM: £7 AND £5 CONC Hot and cold refreshments and a wide selection of draught and bottled lagers and ciders in the new Full Time Clubhouse and of course the Best Pasties in town from Denzil's Pasty Company #PACKTHEPARK
  7. FT: Plymouth Parkway 1 (Carter 84) Wellington 0 PARKWAY’S PATIENT PERSERVERANCE PAYS OFF A crowd of 208 were in attendance as Parkway took on lowly Wellington looking to maintain their recent run of good results and their push for promotion. Today’s game was the first of 9 in February meaning there will be Saturday and midweek games for the remainder of the month. Two changes were made from last week’s victory at Chipping Sodbury with Jack Calver replacing the unavailable Shane Krac with Teigan Rosenquest starting in place of Jordan Copp. The game got off to a s
  8. PLYMOUTH PARKWAY V WELLINGTON SATURDAY 1st FEBRUARY KO 15:00 ADM: £6 AND £4 CONC All the usual hot and cold refreshments and a wide selection of draught and bottled lagers and ciders are available in the new Full Time Clubhouse and of course the Best Pasties in town from Denzil's Pasty Company With LIVE football on the big screens in the clubhouse, LEICESTER CITY V CHELSEA at 1230 and MANCHESTER UNITED V WOLVES at 1730 Come and join us for a great days football
  9. TONIGHTS WESTERN LEAGUE FIXTURE BETWEEN BRADFORD V PARKWAY IS OFF DUE TO FOG
  10. FT: Plymouth Parkway 4 (M. Williams 10, Duff 15, Calver 21, Rowlands 60) Ilfracombe Town 2 (Roberts pen 69, Mason 89) PARKWAY PROGRESS IN DEVON BOWL In front of a below average crowd of 121, Parkway entertained SW Peninsula League East Division leaders Ilfracombe Town in the 2nd round of the Devon St Lukes Challenge Bowl. Parkway made 3 changes from Saturday’s FA Vase victory at Woodbridge Town with Jordan Bentley, Jack Calver and Fletcher Williams coming in for Rob Farkins, Billy Palfrey and Adam Carter. Amongst the substitutes was the surprise inclusion of dual registered an
  11. FT: Woodbridge Town 0 Plymouth Parkway 1 (M. Williams 75) PARKWAY CREATE CLUB HISTORY IN THE FA VASE Parkway made the long trip to Suffolk looking to create club history by reaching the 5th round (last 16) of the FA Vase for the first time when they took on Eastern Counties League Premier Division side Woodbridge Town. Amongst the crowd of 276 were around 35-40 of the Parkway faithful which included some family members of your correspondent, the boisterous gang of 5 from the Beccles branch of the supporters club and also friends and family of Parkway player Jack Calver.
  12. FT: Keynsham Town 0 Plymouth Parkway 3 (Carter 15 pen, 43, M. Williams 49) PARKWAY GO TOP AFTER EMPHATIC WIN Travelling for the first time on their recently acquired customised club coach, Parkway made the rearranged midweek trip to Keynsham Town knowing a victory would see them return to the top of the league on goal difference. With Ryan Lane,Craig Duff and Nick Milton returning from suspension, Parkway had virtually a full squad available and made 3 changes from Saturday’s victory over Brislington. Lane, Duff and Ryan Guppy made the starting line up replacing captain Shane Krac,
  13. FT: Plymouth Parkway 3 (A. Bentley 13, Carter 56, 75 pen) Brislington 1 (N. Plummer 25) PARKWAY PATIENCE AND PERSEVERANCE PAYS OFF A decent crowd of 212 were in attendance as Parkway entertained Brislington looking to maintain their challenge towards the top of the league. They made 3 changes from last week’s victory at Westbury with new signing Jordan Bentley replacing the suspended Nick Milton in central defence and Jamie Lowry and Teigan Rosenquest starting in midfield in place of Jack Calver and Michael Landricombe. Parkway made a sharp start and almost took the le
  14. HNY WOTP from us all at PPFC, really hope to see you at Bolitho in the near future...see you next week in Ipswich
  15. PLYMOUTH PARKWAY V BRISLINGTON SATURDAY 4th JANUARY KO 15:00 ADM: £6 AND £4 CONC The Board, Committee, Management and Players would like to thank everyone for their continued support and wish you all a very Happy New Year. All the usual hot and cold refreshments and a wide selection of draught and bottled lagers and ciders are available in the new Full Time Clubhouse and of course the Best Pasties in town from Denzil's Pasty Company
  16. TOOLSTATION WESTERN LEAGUE PLYMOUTH PARKWAY IN LIGHT OF THE DISTANCE OUR OPPONANTS ARE TRAVELLING AND A FORECAST OF HEAVY RAIN DUE FOR THIS EVENING AN EARLY PITCH INSPECTION BY THE MATCH REFEREE HAS RULED TONIGHTS FIXTURE AGAINST WESTBURY UTD AS OFF WESTBURY WEDNESDAY 18TH DECEMBER KO 19:30 ADM: £6 AND £4 CONC Hot and cold refreshments and a wide selection of draught and bottled lagers and ciders in the new Full Time Clubhouse and of course the Best Pasties in town from Denzil's Pasty Company
  17. TONIGHTS LEAGUE FIXTURE BUCKLAND V PARKWAY IS OFF
  18. FT: Plymouth Parkway 3 (Duff 16, Carter 35,39) Bridport 1 (Pinder 30) PARKWAY PREVAIL OVER PLUCKY BRIDPORT After their chastening defeat to Exmouth Town in the Les Phillips League Cup 1st Round on Wednesday, Parkway looked to respond by bouncing back in the league against the visitors of Bridport. Making 6 changes from the Exmouth game, Parkway fielded virtually their strongest starting 11 with Aaron Bentley moving to the centre of defence, brother Jordan coming in at right back for his debut and Rob Farkins dropping to the bench. A crowd of 164 saw Parkway make the sh
  19. TOOLSTATION WESTERN LEAGUE PLYMOUTH PARKWAY V BRIDPORT SATURDAY 7th DECEMBER KO 15:00 ADM: £6 AND £4 CONC Hot and cold refreshments and a wide selection of draught and bottled lagers and ciders in the new Full Time Clubhouse and of course the Best Pasties in town from Denzil's Pasty Company
  20. FT: Exmouth Town 4 (Lever 15, Harris pen 18, Steer 74, 83) Plymouth Parkway 1 (Costa 7) HOLDERS PARKWAY EXIT LES PHILLIPS LEAGUE CUP AT FIRST HURDLE Parkway travelled to Exmouth Town in the twice previously postponed 1st Round tie of the Les Phillips League Cup, a trophy of which they are the holders. A much changed Parkway side from that which defeated Hamworthy United in Saturday’s FA Vase saw 5 changes with 6 regular first team starters either unavailable or named as substitutes.
  21. FT: Hamworthy United 1 (Davis 32) Plymouth Parkway 4 (Copp 5, 55, 57, 83) COPP 4 TIMER SEES PARKWAY THROUGH TO THE LAST 32 OF THE FA VASE Parkway travelled to Wessex League Hamworthy United in the 3rd round of the FA Vase, their 3rd consecutive away tie in the competition. Three enforced changes were made from their last outing at Wellington with the influential midfield duo of Shane Krac and Mikey Williams only able to be named as substitutes and Aaron Bentley returning in defence. Parkway quickly adapted to the artificial surface with Teigan Rosenquest going close a
  22. FT: Wellington 0 Plymouth Parkway 2 (Mortimore 37, Carter 50) GRITTY WIN PROPELS PARKWAY TO THE TOP. Parkway made the relatively short (142 mile round trip) midweek visit to 19th placed Wellington knowing a victory would see them go top of the league on goal difference from Bradford Town. Around 30 of the Parkway faithful were amongst the 97 in attendance. Due to injury and unavailability, 4 changes were made to Saturday’s narrow win over Bitton. Craig Duff, Elliot Ward, Teigan Rosenquest and Luke Mortimore started in place of Mikey Williams, Jordan Copp, Jack Calver and Jamie Lowr
  23. Thanks for the match info Jeff, good to see people out and about watching local football. Im sure the managers from all our SW teams will be interested in your analysis and run down of the Brislington outfit. They gave us two good games last year and are never to be taken lightly thats for sure, which can be said for every team in the Western League. Look forward to seeing you at Bolitho Park soon RVP
  24. FT: Plymouth Parkway 4 (Carter 22, 62, Krac 45, Williams 65) Bitton 3 (Egan pen 26, 44, Groves 59) PERSISTENT PARKWAY PREVAIL IN 7 GOAL THRILLER Due to the visitors late arrival after being held up in traffic as a result of a serious accident on the M5, kick off was delayed until 3.15. Prior to kick off a moving tribute was paid and a minutes silence observed in honour of a Parkway stalwart Alan Horswell who sadly died recently after having been associated with the club in many guises since it’s inception some 30 years ago. Parkway made 2 changes, one enforced, from la
  25. Hi mate

    Hows things. Just an update on the Bitton game...we are in good shape and the forecast is DRY so just in case you were having second thoughts on coming down ...GAME ON 

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