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lovin spoonful
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I have always assumed that during their South Western League stint, Plymouth Command played at HMS Drake. I have seen a reference somewhere that they used The Brick fields for a time or a match.
According to a programme purchased on eBay from around 1979, that says that they played at Bull Point.
It's possible that they played at all of these grounds but hopefully someone can be a little more specific.



Last 0-0 draw: Friday 04/11/2016 Bodmin Town v Plymouth Parkway


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They used Brickfields in the early 90s, after their SWL days, but I don't know if they used it previously


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I thought in the 1990s, their Devon League days were spent at Millbay Park before moving to HMS Drake



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