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  1. The Mortgage Advice Bureau East Cornwall League fixtures have been announced with some interesting match ups. The Premier Division which has been reduced to 13 teams starts on Saturday 18th August with league champions Torpoint Athletic up against Plymstock United, while runners-up St Austell meet Polperro. The top two meet early as the pair face each other on Wednesday 29th August at St Austell. The two promoted teams Millbrook and Wadebridge Town have difficult home matches against Tavistock and Launceston respectively. As there are only ten teams in Division One it was decided that the season starts on Saturday 8th September. Lanreath and St Minver who both narrowly missed out on promotion start with home games against Morwenstow and promoted St Stephen from the Duchy League respectively. Fixtures secretary Mike Murray said: 'Because of the lack teams in the league this season I decided to only have a few games being played in midweek.' Murray was also able to give dates for all the cup competitions. The first League cup fixtures have been arranged for the last two Saturdays in September. League Cup First Round Saturday 22nd September: Launceston v Liskeard Athletic, Millbrook v Lanreath, Morwenstow v St Minver, Padstow United v Tavistock, St Stephens |Borough v Saltash United Saturday 29th September: St Blazey v Looe Town, St Teath v Callington Town. The Fred Binks Premier Division cup gets under way on Saturday 27th October with Looe Town meeting Tavistock and Wadebridge Town up against Liskeard Athletic. The remaining first round fixtures will not be played until November where cup holders Torpoint Athletic start their defence of the trophy at home to Callington Town while beaten finalists St Austell face a tough encounter at Saltish United. The opening round of the Roy Radford Division One cup first leg sees Mevagissey up against St Stephen Saturday and St Teath receiving Padstow United on Saturdays 15th.September. The second legs are scheduled for the 20th October. The opening league matches are Premier Division Saturday 18th August. Liskeard Athletic v St Stephens Borough, Looe Town v Callington Town, Millbrook v Tavistock, St Austell v Polperro, Torpoint Athletic v Plymstock United, Wadebridge Town v Launceston./ Tuesday 21st August: Saltash United v Millbrook, St Stephens Borough v Plymstock United Wednesday 22nd August: Launceston v Callington Town, Polperro v Liskeard Athletic, Torpoint Athletic v Looe Town, Wadebridge Town v St Austell. Saturday, 25th August: Looe Town v Launceston, Polperro v Wadebridge Town, Saltash United v Tavistock, St Austell v Liskeard Athletic, St Stephens Borough v Millbrook, Torpoint Athletic v Callington Town Tuesday 28th August: Callington Town v Plymstock United, Launceston v Saltash United Wednesday 29th August: Liskeard Athletic v Millbrook, Looe Town v Polperro, St Austell v Torpoint Athletic Division One Saturday 8th September: Lanreath v Morwenstow,, Mevagissey v Roche, Newquay v Padstow United, St Minver v St Stephen, St Teath v St Blazey Saturday 15th September: Newquay v Roche, St Blazey v Morwenstow, St Minver v Lanreath Saturday 22nd September : Mevagissey v St Blazey, St Stephen v Roche, St Teath v Newquay Saturday 29th September: Mevagissey v Newquay, Morwenstow v Roche, Padstow United v Lanreath, St Stephen v St Minver. The full seasons fixtures can be seen on the leagues Mitoo web site and the FA Full Time site
  2. Looks like everyone will be having their feet up until the season starts
  3. ECPL opening fixtures The opening matches of the 2018/19 season in Division One sees the season starting on Saturday 8th September. The early matches are: Saturday 8h September Lanreath v Morwnestow, Mevagissey v Roche Newquay v Padstow United St Minver v St Stephen St Teath v St Blazey Saturday 15th September Newquay v Roche St Blazey v Morwenstow St Minver v Lanreath Saturday 22nd September Mevagissey v St Blazey St Stephen v Roche St Teath v Newquay Saturday 29th September Mevagissey v Newquay Morwenstow v Roche Padstow United v Lanreath St Stephen v St Minver Roy Radford Div.1 Cup: 1st Leg Mevagissey v St Stephen Saturday 15th September St Teath v Padstow United Saturday 15th September Second leg St Stephen v Mevagissey Saturday 20th.October Padstow United v St.Teath Saturday 20th October The League Knock-Out dates will follow very shortly and will take place, along with Roy Radford (R2) and Supplementary Cup on the several free Saturdays later in the Season. Please note you cannot enter the Mitoo or the FA Full Time site until the Premier Division fixtures have been made.
  4. ECPL

    ECL AGM propsal

    Division One will have 18 league games. Plus at least one league cup game plus at leas two games (home and away) in the Division One Cup plus at least one game in the supplementary cup plus a game in the country cup. A minimum of 23 games.
  5. ECPL AGM The ECPL AGM held on Wednesday night voted for a 23 team constitution. 13 in the Premier Division and 10 in Division One. The league ended the season with 27 clubs. In the Premier Division Bere Alston United took promotion to the Peninsula League but also lost Plymouth Parkway Reserves and Pensilva who withdrew from the league. Wadebridge Town Reserves and Millbrook Reserves were promoted from Division One with St Blazey Reserves being relegated to Division One. Lakeside Athletic and Elburton Villa Reserves also pulled out of Division One who accepted Duchy League Champions St Stephen who returned to the league after pulling out of the league after the 2012/13 season. The season starts on Saturday 18th August. With the league losing so many clubs it was decided to resurrect the Supplementary Cup and make the Roy Radford Division Cup a two legged affair for each round. The Supplementary Cup will be for the losing teams in the first round of the League Cup. The league also voted on to the management committee Polperro manager Matt Pengelly who replaces Hilary Kent. Also voted on to the committee was former Saltash United secretary Steve Ludlow who becomes the leagues registration secretary. The remaining committee members were all re elected. The top referee award went to Tony Rogers. A great deal of time was taken up in discussing the use of roll on roll off substitutes. It resulted in this being omtroduced which means a team may name five substitutes of which all can be used on a roll on roll off basis. It was felt that being able to name five substitutes but only being able to use three was unfair for the unused players and would help to keep players in the game. The draw was made for the league cup and divisional cups. The League Cup Preliminary Draw is: Millbrook v Lanreath, St Teath v Callington Town, St Blazey v Looe Town, Morwenstow v St Minver, Padstow United v Tavistock, Launceston v Liskeard Athletic, St Stephens Borough v Saltash United. Fred Binks Premier Division Cup Preliminary Round: Saltash United v St Austell, Wadebridge Town v Liskeard Athletic, Torpoint Athletic v Callington Town, Plymstock United v Launceston, Looe Town v Tavistock. Roy Radford Division One Cup Preliminary Round: St Teath v Padstow United, Mevagissey v St Stephen. The 2018/19 Constitution is Premier Division: Callington Town, Launceston, Liskeard Athletic, Looe Town, Millbrook, Plymstock United, Polperro, Saltash United, St Austell, St Stephens Borough, Tavistock, Torpoint Athletic, Wadebridge Town Division One: Lanreath, Mevagissey, Morwenstow, Newquay, Padstrow United, Roche, St Blazey, St Minver, St Stephen, St Teath.
  6. Exactly. That is why clubs are arranging their fixtures now.
  7. A point from the ECPL SGM A proposal was made and passed that all Clubs consider using 5 from 5 Subs using Roll on Roll off. to be decided at the AGM on 20th. June. Any views
  8. A point from the ECPL Special General Meeting. A proposal was made and passed that all Clubs consider using 5 from 5 Subs using Roll on Roll off. to be decided at the AGM on 20th. June. Any views
  9. Can ECPL clubs post pre season friendly games on here.
  10. Elburton Villa are to wthdraw from the ECPL