King Billy as Colaton Raleigh thrash Clyst Valley in cup tie

10:35 05 September 2012

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Colaton Raleigh 7, Clyst Valley 1

A bumper crowd at Newton Poppleford saw Colaton Raleigh power their way into the next round of the Bill Slee Cup with an emphatic victory.

Billy Parr was in a clinical mood as he notched a treble.

The opening goal arrived from a Brett Newberry corner with Mark Tett the scorer.

Parr’s hat-trick was followed by 30-yard volley from Tony Cox, a solo effort by the outstanding Mark Pavey, and a penalty from Scott Newberry completed the scoring.

New signings, Ben Hawker and Ben Squance both acquitted themselves very well.

On Saturday Raleigh entertain Sidmouth Town in a Fresha League Division Two game (3pm).

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