PLYMOUTH Argyle will travel to Holsworthy on Wednesday in the search of another three points after the opening day victory against Bude in the Peninsula League Division 1 West.
The Pilgrims boasted three first-team professionals in their side for the thrilling 4-3 win over Bude, with Tyler Harvey smashing a terrific hat-trick, but tomorrow’s test will be on the shoulders of our young apprentices.
“The ambition for Wednesday night is another three points but we’ll be without the three pros that played on Saturday,” said Head Coach Kevin Nancekivell. “We’re still going in with a strong squad, with some apprentices mixing with our education boys from the Community Trust.
“It’s the squad that we used regularly in pre-season and we’re hoping for another win. We attacked well against Bude but we do need to tighten up in certain areas because two of the goals we conceded were of our own making.
“We are always working to keep clean sheets and the players are all excited to be involved in the Peninsula League. We are playing with the added pressure of other teams raising their bar to play against us and that is a healthy challenge.”