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  1. PREMIER DIVISION (3.00PM) Bodmin Town 1 v 2 Exmouth Town Godolphin Atlantic 2 v 0 Witheridge Ivybridge Town 2 v 1 Helston Athletic Launceston 3 v 1 Cullompton Rangers Plymouth Parkway 7 v 0 Callington Town Saltash United 4 v 1 Plymouth Argyle Stoke Gabriel 1 v 2 Camelford Tavistock 4 v 1 Newquay Torpoint Athletic 2 v 1 Sticker WALTER C PARSON FUNERAL DIRECTORS LEAGUE CUP 3RD ROUND Falmouth Town 5 v 0 Torridgeside
  2. Tuesday 21st November WALTER C PARSON FUNERAL DIRECTORS LEAGUE CUP 3RD ROUND Cullompton Rangers 1 v 5 Plymouth Parkway Torpoint Athletic 1 v 2 Stoke Gabriel
  3. Footylad - I never blamed Luke for any of the goals, simply said I think he will feel he could of done better and i’ve watched all their games this season amd know the standards he sets himself. Consistency of players is costing them, however I would disagree that the 11 that played Parkway was actually their strongest - just played amazingly on the day. I can also guarantee that although other clubs may like to have the players you mention - none would leave Reg or the Camels - they have something many clubs lack these days - Loyalty.
  4. Camelford 0 v 5 Saltash Decent game and the score was slightly flattering to Saltash but worthy winners. Camels missing a lot of players, a couple of contentious decisions (or lack of) by the Ref and of the five goals, four ‘scrambles (one a deflected tackle, two where the keeper will feel he could of done better, one toe poke from a yard) and one cracker into top corner. Camels played some decent football but lacked a finisher and some one to hold the ball. Having watched all the ‘top teams’ now Saltash have several decent players and will do well in the league, however I don’t see them challenging Parkway or Tavvy this season - probably battling for third with Falmouth and Launceston. Good luck to Saltash and the Camels goundsmen as the pitch was shredded.
  5. Bude Town 3 v 2 Millbrook Dobwalls 1 v 3 St Dennis Elburton Villa 2 v 2 Mousehole Holsworthy 2 v 1 Penzance Illogan RBL 2 v 3 Plymouth Marjon Plymstock United 2 v 1 Porthleven Wendron United 1 v 3 Ludgvan
  6. Bodmin Town 3 v 1 Stoke Gabriel Callington Town 1 v 4 Falmouth Town Camelford 1 v 0 Saltash United Godolphin Atlantic 1 v 2 Cullompton Rangers Helston Athletic 2 v 1 Exmouth Town Ivybridge Town 6 v 1 Witheridge Launceston 3 v 1 Torpoint Athletic St Austell 4 v 0 Newquay Sticker 2 v 4 Plymouth Parkway
  7. Friday 17th November Premier Division: Tavistock 4 v 0 Plymouth Argyle
  8. FA Vase 2nd Round Proper: Team Solent 2 v 2 Tavistock Premier Division: Witheridge 1 v 1 Stoke Gabriel
  9. So there is a 3G pitch available?
  10. FA VASE 2ND RD PROPER (3PM) Baffins Milton 2 v 1 Cullompton Rangers Exmouth Town 1 v 2 Blackfield & Langley Plymouth Parkway 4 v 1 Bodmin Town Team Solent 2 v 3 Tavistock PREMIER DIVISION (3PM) Godolphin Atlantic 2 v 3 Launceston Helston Athletic 1 v 3 Saltash United Newquay 4 v 1 Ivybridge Town St Austell 1 v 1 Callington Town Stoke Gabriel 1 v 2 Sticker Witheridge PvP Camelford
  11. Falmouth were very good last night and Camelford were very poor - however surprised you didn’t mention that the team was also massively different, across the back four and out wide - no excuses Falmouth should have won by more and Camelford seemed very flat. Unusually their tempo and commitment was not there as normal. The Camelford substitute no 14 was a bit lucky overall - however the karate kick as you refer to it, was no such thing - he went in high but pulled out and made no contact with his boot - I was in line and saw it - despite screaming from the Falmouth bench that it was a ‘leg breaker’ - ask the player - it was hip to hip. The Ref who was also close saw it as I did as well. He then did make a few tackles that could have resulted in more than one yellow though. I thought Falmouth looked well drilled and with Rob / Jordan / Harry and Ollie as a front attacking four, Falmouth looked very sharp and formidable. As aside, for such a good footballing team, Westy needs to monitor what his assistant is shouting about from the touch line - don’t end up like some teams in the Prem who are disliked because of their ‘touchline support’. Think Falmouth will do really well and congratulations - hopefully Camelford will get their mojo back for Saturday.
  12. Bodmin Town 1-2 NewquayExmouth Town 3-1 Launceston Falmouth Town 1-3 CamelfordIvybridge Town 2-1 Cullompton RangersSaltash United 0-2 Tavistock
  13. Would have to agree that 3rd looked very suspect to me. Was told the two teams have a cup tie coming up - I think Probus had several away today so would imagine that game will be a cracker and as Probus had no senior players today they have room for two of their home grown SWPL Prem Players to make an appearance.
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