Weekend update - 9th/10th April

Mark Norman's u18s side suffered a damaging 4-0 loss to Truro City who have now claimed runners up spot behind Champions Parkway. Villa will however secure 3rd place if they can claim all 3 points against Plymstock United in the PL9 derby on April 24th. 

Jimmy and Bowds final home match before relinquishing their coaching duties saw them come out 3-2 winners against Chaddlewood. Harvey Scowcroft and Aaron Lockwood adding 2 more to his impressive Villa tally.

The u15s had a comfortable 9-0 win at St Cleer to ensure they suffered no title hiccups.  Riley Crawford bagging himself a hat-trick (23 goals now for him), Chapman 2, Holmes,  White 2 and Zarezadeh. 

Our other u15s suffered a 3-1 home loss to Ivybridge. They battled gamely despite missing several key players through injury and illness. Shayea again on the scoresheet for Villa.

Our u13s youth remain in the hunt for a promotion spot despite playing up year. They responded to a midweek 3-1 home defeat (which all but sealed the title for Ivybridge), beating an improving Manstow side away from home 4-2. Charlie Martyn, Olie Lakey, an OG and Jordan Hyatt scoring Villas goals.