Carlsberg South West Peninsula division one east Buckfastleigh Rangers 0 Okehampton Argyle 9 ARGYLE ran the show from start to finish and the score could have easily been highly into double figures. Buckfastleigh were left chasing shadows from the first whistle with Argyle playing some delightful pass and move football all over the pitch. They soon found themselves 3-0 up with an Adam Mortimer hat-trick inside 25 minutes. Steve Williams added Argyle's fourth on 30 minutes when he lobbed the keeper and Mortimer got his fourth and Argyle's fifth just before the interval. Credit must go to Buckfastleigh for not giving up and they came out in the second half and forced a couple of early corners, but Argyle soon settled and dominated play again. Buckfastleigh could not cope with the pace of the Argyle attacks and Steve Williams sent in a good cross from the right wing for Adam Mortimer to score from close range. It was Williams again down the Argyle right wing who sent in a cross - this time it was Mortimer junior who headed in at the back post, making it 7-0. Adam Mortimer got his sixth goal from a Steve Willliams through ball and Robbie Miller completed the rout with his first goal for a long time, and Argyle's ninth. The Argyle strikers found the net at ease, but this was thanks to a terrific all round team performance that everyone must take credit for. Okehampton Argyle 1 Liverton United 0 BOTH teams put on a really good show considering most of the lads had already put in a full shift at work and rushed to the ground for this evening kick-off. Argyle enjoyed most of the early possession and played some tidy football with good shape and movement all over the park. Liverton had their keeper Sammy Robins to thank for pulling off some fine saves, denying first Adam Mortimer, then Robbie Miller. However, on 25 minutes Argyle did unlock the Liverton defence when Adam Mortimer was played in and showed good strength to hold off the central defender and calmly stroke the ball past the keeper. Argyle continued to play a the better football in the second half and once again it was keeper Robins who restricted them from increasing their lead. Liverton batted gamely but in the end the one goal was enough to secure three valuable points for Argyle. l Argyle's last two remaining fixtures are at home — on Saturday they play Alphington, kick-off 2.45pm, and Axminster on Wednesday, May 7, kick-off 6.45pm.