Devon Senior Cup

Last updated
Devon County FA Senior Cup
Region Devon
Current championsUniversity of Exeter
Most successful club(s)Plymouth Argyle Reserves (5)
Website Devon F.A. Cup Competitions

The Devon Senior Cup is the third tier county cup in the county of Devon. It is administered by the Devon County Football Association. [1] It is open to all teams affiliated to the County FA.

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History

Originally the county cup competition for the Devon County F.A., it has been superseded in importance by the Premier Cup and St Luke's Challenge Cup. The St Luke's Challenge Cup is open to affiliated teams of the Football League and steps 1-6 Leagues affiliated to Devon County F.A. Clubs may enter one team per cup competition only. The Premier and Senior Cup competitions are open to all affiliated teams of the Devon County F.A. [2]

List of finals

19th century

20th century pre-war

20th century inter-war

20th century post-war

After 1970 the introduction of the Devon F.A. Premier Cup and the initial restriction to senior teams (i.e. no reserves initially), meant that those clubs higher up the English League pyramid no longer entered. [3]

Note 1 - Cup was shared.

21st century

Recent finals

Willand Rovers F.C. (Reserves)2 - 0 (a.e.t.)Broadclyst F.C. (1st)
[4]
Silver Street, Willand
Referee: David Loder

Lifton F.C. (1st)0 - 1Buckland Athletic F.C. (Reserves)
[5]
Lifton Recreation Field, Leat Road, Lifton
Referee: James Taylor

Elburton Villa F.C. (Reserves)2 - 4 (a.e.t.)Buckland Athletic F.C. (Reserves)
[6]
Coach Road, Newton Abbot
Referee: John Blakesley

Loddiswell Athletic F.C. (1st)3 - 2Barnstaple Town F.C. (Reserves)
Alan Maher Soccerball shade.svg 13'
Lee Hammett Soccerball shade.svg 38'
Myles Chalcraft Soccerball shade.svg 40'
[7] [8] Yeo Soccerball shade.svg 40'
Watson Soccerball shade.svg 89'
Coach Road, Newton Abbot
Referee: Adrian Bond

Bow Amateur Athletic Club F.C. (1st)1 - 0Lee Moor F.C. (1st)
[9]
Coach Road, Newton Abbot
Referee: Kevin Gidley

Windmill FC (First)0 - 3Tiverton Town FC (Reserves)
[10] [11] Jake Searle Soccerball shade.svg
Andrew Murphy Soccerball shade.svg
Jesse Howe Soccerball shade.svg
Coach Road, Newton Abbot
Referee: Oliver Green

Dartmouth4 - 2Exwick Villa
Coach Road, Newton Abbot
Referee: Nigel Cockwill

Exwick Villa4 - 2Lapford
Coach Road, Newton Abbot
Referee: Lee Johnson

Lapford2 - 4University of Exeter
Coach Road, Newton Abbot
Referee: Martin Lewis

Roselands0 - 3Cronies
FansonSoccerball shade.svg 52', 57'
LawrenceSoccerball shade.svg 60'
Coach Road, Newton Abbot

Colyton0 - 2Sidmouth Town Res
BodorSoccerball shade.svg 32'
HughesSoccerball shade.svg
Coach Road, Newton Abbot
Referee: Timothy Platt

Kentisbeare2 - 2 (a.e.t.)The Windmill
SearleSoccerball shade.svg 55'
HawkinsSoccerball shade.svg 84'
BignellSoccerball shade.svg 66'
PreslandSoccerball shade.svg 90'
Penalties
2-4
Coach Road, Newton Abbot

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References

  1. Devon County FA Cup Competitions
  2. Devon County Football Association Handbook 2016/2017. Devon County Football Association Limited. 15 September 2016.
  3. "Devon & Exeter Leagues Cup History" . Retrieved 11 March 2017.
  4. 2008 Final
  5. 2009 Final
  6. 2010 Final
  7. 2011 Final
  8. Herald Express 2011 Devon Senior Cup Final
  9. 2012 Final
  10. 2013 Final
  11. Tiverton Town FC Reserves Archives 2013 Final