Sidbury United sail into next round of Devon Premier Cup after big win over Bovey Tracey
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Sidbury United sailed into the next round of the Devon Premier Cup with a 7-1 demolition of Bovey Tracey Reserves.
It was the Green brothers, Danny and Dave who took the scoring honours netting five of the United goals with Danny bagging a ha-trick.
Adam Connett and defender Mike Rusu were the other scorers.
United boss Jeremy Schofield said: “It was much more comfortable an afternoon than I had expected. We were clinical with our finishing. That said it was not all about the goals for some of our approach play was very slick.”
Tomorrow (Saturday) provides United with a real test of their Fresha League top flight credentials when they go top Acland Park, Feniton.
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The games sees two unbeaten records put on the line.
The home team also scored seven last week, in their case in a league game at struggling Budleigh Salterton Reserves.
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United are without last Saturday’s hat-trick hero Danny Green who is working away. However his loss is compensated by the return of Charlie Cox and recent signing Jamie Bayliss will also be involved.
Another to travel to Acland Park is former Sidmouth Town defender Ben Farrington who made an impressive showing in the Bovey Tracy cup victory.