A SUPERB win for the Plymouth Argyle Football Education squad against one of the leading sides in the National Education League and this was a cracking game of football from the start.

Argyle amazingly went in front within 12 seconds when a long ball forward immediately after kick-off was anticipated by striker Tarran Hames, who headed past the advancing goalkeeper for a perfect opening to the game.

Wycombe equalised from a corner but the lead was restored by in-form forward Travis Skeron, slamming home after an almighty scramble in the box.

Once again, the visitors got back on level terms and the game was heading for a draw until substitute Reece Thomson exchanged two passes before completing a delicious jinking run and finish won the game on 89 minutes.

To find out more about the Argyle Football Education Programme, please contact Lead Tutor Lee Britchford on lee.britchford@pafc.co.uk and football trials for the September intake are being held at Saltmill in Saltash on Wednesday, February 15 from 1pm – 3pm.

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