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Richard Rundle

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  1. After this I went on to another cup final, another 3-2 in the Launceston Cup final between Dobwalls and Lanreath. One more thing in common was that both games were, in my opinion, excellently refereed.
  2. St Teath 1-5 Wadebridge Town reserves A "game of two halves", the first half was really competitive, Wadebridge controlling the game early, scoring the opener after about 18' and St Teath equalising within about 90 seconds. The home team had the better of the next 20 minutes but couldn't get a decent shot in so it was 1-1 at the break. After the break, a different story. Wadebridge had by far the lion's share of the possession and chances, and converted 4 of them (2 of them really very good finishes) and hit the woodwork on another occasion. St Teath got at the left side of the Wadebridge defence a few times but couldn't get many decent crosses in and when they did there was no one there to convert them. In the end a comfortable victory, but who would want to watch this Bridgers team every week? God how they moaned, swore at the ref on many occasions (he did book two of them), went to ground at the slightest touch and shouted "Handball" every time the ball made contact with a St Teath player above the knee.
  3. According to mitoo, Lakeside v Elburton reserves is off.
  4. Richard Rundle

    SWPL - Monday 30 April 2018

    This could have a bearing if the last space in next season's league is going to a vote between Torquay United reserves and Bere Alston. Perhaps teams will think twice about letting another "Pro" team in (if Torquay are still pro by then!)
  5. Exactly. Go back to the old rule, if you're in an offside position when the ball is played, you should be flagged for offside. Easier for everyone to understand.
  6. Division Three Lamerton Community 5-3 Dobwalls reserves Decent night's entertainment at the one remaining Duchy League venue I hadn't visited before, but with 4 penalties and a GK sending off, it's easy to work out who was the main centre of attention.
  7. Three points for a win.
  8. Over the past 9 years, we have lost almost 25% of the teams playing adult Saturday football across England. Presumably the FA see this as an improvement?
  9. Well done to both teams and the SW Peninsula League for managing to sort this amendment at relatively short notice.
  10. Cracker at Looe Looe Town 5-4 St Stephens Borough Ref initially didn't allow the winner, it went in and through the net so he must have assumed it went wide. It took a lot of persuasion from the Looe players and some sportsmanship from the Borough bench to convince him it was a goal.
  11. Argyle v Witheridge put back to Saturday (2pm), Honiton hop game switched to Exwick Villa's (formerly Exeter Civil Service) brand new artificial pitch. (both from swpleague website forum)