theboyweeso

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  1. Plymouth Parkway 3-2 Torpoint Athletic
  2. Exmouth Town 3-1 Tiverton Town Reserves Launceston 1-4 Bodmin Town
  3. Cullompton Rangers 1-5 Tavistock Exmouth Town 2-3 Bodmin Town Plymouth Parkway 3-1 Falmouth Town Torpoint Athletic 3-0 Witheridge Plymouth Argyle Reserves 1-3 St Austell
  4. It's a bit overwhelming at first but once you find our area of the pyramid its easy to follow. By the way I love the ECPL and have been known to stand on the sidelines at a few games!
  5. http://thepyramid.info/asp/pyramid3.asp It appears that P&D are a SWPL feeder league. See the link above.
  6. the people of Cornwall, particularly Truro, should be writing to their Councillors (and prospective; nb there is an election on 4th May!) and asking for their position on this matter as a matter of urgency for the sake of the future of sport in this county. Pressure of the national homebuilding targets from central government is not helping and swaying this in favour of developers rather than good cornish folk
  7. Camelford 4-0 St Blazey Newquay 1-4 St Austell Plymouth Argyle Reserves 4-0 Witheridge Plymouth Parkway 2-1 Godolphin Atlantic Tavistock 0-11 Launceston (I hope, come on launceston do us a favour! #ashes) Torpoint Athletic 1-1 Tiverton Town Reserves
  8. I'm happy for Penzance too, would've hated to see them go. Much to build on for them next season!
  9. From SWPL; Subject: Applications for Promotion to, and within the SWP League Results of Ground Gradings conducted by 31st March and notifications Received by that date. Withdrawal notice submitted by deadline: Tiverton Town : Premier Division Allocation of club from outside the feeder league system: None this season. Step Seven to Step Six: (East & West to Premier) Crediton United : East Division : Passed Elburton Villa : West Division : Failed Newton Abbot Spurs : East Division : Failed Porthleven : West Division : Failed St Dennis : West Division : Passed (Dispensation) ** Sticker : West Division : Passed (Dispensation) ** Stoke Gabriel : East Division : Passed (Dispensation) ** Feeder Leagues to Step Seven : Bere Alston United : East Cornwall Premier : Failed Braunton : North Devon League : Passed Buckland Athletic : South Devon League : Passed * Heavitree United : Devon & Exeter League : Failed Honiton Town : Devon & Exeter League : Passed Ilfracombe Town : North Devon League : Passed Ludgvan : Cornwall Combination : Passed Newtown : Devon & Exeter League : Passed Waldon Athletic : South Devon League : Failed Notes: Buckland Athletic: Can only be accepted into league if first team achieves promotion to Step 4 St Dennis, Sticker & Stoke Gabriel: All 3 meet the requirements of FA Grade “H” but do not have floodlights currently installed. All 3 have provided documentation to confirm they have valid and current planning permission to install lights and supporting plans to apply for grants and provide additional finance to complete the installations. Summary: At this time the current thinking of the league is: (Please read final note) Premier: It is anticipated that one club will achieve promotion from East and one club will achieve promotion from West. With Tiverton Town having given notice to withdraw it is therefore anticipated that the bottom one club in Premier will be relegated. East: It is anticipated that one club will achieve promotion to Premier. It is anticipated that one club will achieve promotion from the Devon & Exeter League and one club achieve promotion from the North Devon League. It is not anticipated that a club will achieve promotion from the South Devon League. It is not anticipated that a club will be relegated from Premier into the East Division. Therefore it is anticipated that the bottom ONE club will be relegated to the feeder leagues. West: It is anticipated that one club will achieve promotion to Premier. It is anticipated that one club will achieve promotion from the Cornwall Combination League. It is not anticipated that a club will achieve promotion from the East Cornwall Premier League. It is anticipated that a club will be relegated from Premier into the West Division. Therefore it is anticipated that the bottom ONE club will be relegated to the feeder leagues. Boundary: It is anticipated that there will be no need for any club to be transferred from East to West or from West to East this year. I must stress that this is the current thoughts of the board, taking into account ground gradings, withdrawal notices etc conducted & received by the FA deadline of March 31st. These matters do have a habit of changing late on and final league positions of applicant clubs etc can cause changes. A further statement is next likely on May 11th when the board meets to decide matters with final league positions of clubs in the SWP and hopefully in the respective feeder leagues, known at that time. Philip Hiscox (Company Secretary) Newquay given a lifeline today??!!
  10. Tavistock I'm not sure whats going on there with Hobbs, but I see their strengths a the moment are their 3 point cushion at the top which will probably prove important towards the end of April. They play Bodmin (H) and Plymouth Parkway (A) in their last two games in which they could potentially drop points. They are home to Launceston tonight, who I was very impressed with against Saltash. Saltash have the 'distraction' of the Senior Cup final against Bodmin on Easter Monday, which I'm sure is high on Matt Cusack's priority list, as such a more hectic schedule than Tavi. I'm pretty sure though, that Bodmin or Tavi would swap their remaining league fixtures with Saltash in a heartbeat. As a Saltash supporter my main concern is the lads stamina. They looked tired against Launceston, and as Kev Marriott said they were wasteful in front of goal in the first half against St.Blazey and should have finished them off so much quicker than they did. I'd like to see six points in the next two games with convincing performances against Cullompton and Newquay at home (tomorrow and saturday) and hope the wheels come off at Tavi and Bodmin. Bodmin Well, they've done it before and can do it again. Doubles, trebles. Not lost in the league since Boxing Day. A tough game against argyle this weekend, although the first team is away at Crawley and will take all the pros, they have some good players in that squad pitching themselves for pro contracts. The Tavi v Bodmin game will be crucial on the 26th, and i'm sure they will be up for the fight on easter monday as well. Impossible to predict this one but all 3 need convincing runs in their remaining fixtures. Critical games are definitely; Bodmin v Argyle 8th April Tavi v Bodmin 26th April
  11. Yea I remember that now. I'm assuming it can't be moved now as it's all been pre-arranged with Helston without knowing the finalists. I think Saltash would have cause to feel slightly aggrieved by the location though
  12. Hi, I'm new to the forum, been following Saltash this season. I am going to Helston, the club has put on a supporters coach. I appreciate the venue isn't ideal location wise but it will be a great day out on easter monday. any ideas who is having problems attending?