Carlsberg South West Peninsula division one East Okehampton Argyle 0 Newton Abbot Spurs 6 IN front of one of the best crowds of the season a below par performance from Argyle saw them drop into the bottom three for the first time this season with their fourth defeat in a row. Unfortunately with several first team regulars unavailable, manager Stuart Cann, was forced to field a makeshift side with the help of some players from the seconds who did not have a game. While the players worked very hard they struggled to control a Newton Abbot Spurs side who in the end strolled to a comfortable win. From the outset the visitors took control of the game with fast flowing football playing at a pace which belied their lowly position in the league. While the first clear chances fell to the home side, with Ed Bradshaw shooting straight at the keeper and Dale Chadwick's glancing header just going wide, once Andrews scored the opener for Spurs with a header after 10 minutes Argyle had little response and conceded two more goals before half time. Headers by Spurs defenders Metters and Palmer putting the game effectively out of reach of Okehampton. The second half continued the same as the first with Spurs having most of the possession and keeping the Argyle defence under continuous pressure. John Coakley and Brad Ausden did have opportunities but generally these were dealt with comfortably by the Spurs keeper. Further goals from Williams and Sercombe (2) saw the visitors run out comfortable 6-0 winners, their biggest win of the season. The second team players drafted in all performed admirably and although conceding six goals 17 year old Aaron Dearing in goal performed well in difficult circumstances. He made some good saves during the match but could not be faulted for any of the goals.