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Duchy League - Saturday 4th November 2017

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PREMIER DIVISION

Torpoint Athletic Thirds     2-2           St Mawgan

 

DIVISION 1

AFC Bodmin    0-0          Boscastle

North Hill         0-4              Callington Town Thirds

Pelynt   1-3     St Merryn

St Newlyn East  0-4    St Dominick

 

DIVISION 2

Altarnun           3-2           Gorran

St Breward        1-1              Lanivet Inn

St Columb Major           4-2              Saltash United Fourths

St Minver Reserves      1-2             Stoke Climsland

 

DIVISION 3

Dobwalls Reserves      2-1              Lanreath Reserves

High Street     1-3            St Eval Spitfires

St Stephen Reserves   4-0       St Dennis Thirds

 

DIVISION 4

Boscastle Reserves        0-5              Southgate

Liskeard Athletic Thirds  4-1           Looe Town Reserves

Lostwithiel Reserves    2-3         St Kew FC

St Anns Chapel  4-4        Tregony

St Mawgan Reserves     2-2              Wadebridge Town Thirds

 

KMD DEVELOPMENTS DUCHY KNOCKOUT CUP

Foxhole Stars   3-1       Biscovey

Godolphin Atlantic Reserves   2-3          Holywell and Cubert

Grampound    2-1          St Cleer

Gunnislake    1-8          Queens Rangers

 

BODMIN SPORTS TROPHIES DUCHY LEAGUE CUP

Calstock       1-1     Polperro Reserves (Polperro win 5-4 on pens)

Delabole United    0-5           Roche Reserves

Lamerton Community FC          6-2         North Petherwin Reserves

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Grampound 2-1 St Cleer

So pleased for our youngsters gaining their first win.  The club has been fortunate in recruiting a good set of very young players who will definitely make their way this season and in the years to come. They worked very hard today to secure a win against a lively and committed St Cleer team.

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St Newlyn East 0 - 4 St Dominick 

A close affair believe it or not! St Dominick finished well and showed much more willingness to win the loose ball. Newlyn played lots of football BUT missed lots of chances, didn't track back,  wasted a penalty and made defensive errors. They will be left looking in the mirror asking " am I up for a fight against an equally good team?" - or at least they should be!

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1 hour ago, AJW said:

Grampound 2-1 St Cleer

So pleased for our youngsters gaining their first win.  The club has been fortunate in recruiting a good set of very young players who will definitely make their way this season and in the years to come. They worked very hard today to secure a win against a lively and committed St Cleer team.

Just a shame we came away with 1 broken foot, 1 huge ankle ( unable to x-ray) and an empty wallet from the pub! (£2.70 for a can of lemonade) and we had to remind the ref we had a player in the sin bin, so not a good day for us.

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St annes chapel 4-tregony 4 

End to end both teams going for the win saints 2-0 up tregony pulled back to 2-2 then saints 4-2 up with 10 mins remaining and finally 4-4 both teams had chances to win still!yellow cards red cards sin bins not really a dirty game just a few naive comments and tackles.

Mr Tim hislop reffed welled explained his decisions let the game flow. difficult to pick a man of the match I thought both keepers did well couple of the veterans from tregony did well but the game lacked quality but it was eventful hopefully we can have 11 players next week 

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6 hours ago, Xavier1 said:

Combined age of 80 at the back for Tregony yesterday I believe. Good performance given we had 10 men 

 

 

3 minutes ago, middle mans mate said:

4 x 20 yr olds?

I thought he was referring to the keeper, we’ve not got many octogenarians playing in the Duchy League!

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22 minutes ago, Xavier1 said:

Played the majority of the game with 2 defenders only as we were chasing the game those 2 combined aged 80

And one of them was sixteen? Now that would make a good story! “Will you still need me................When I’m Sixty-four”‼️

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Match report
St eval spitfires 3 highstreet 1

St eval after suffering several weeks away from league football final got back into a respectable position after their victory on Saturday.

There has been some big reshuffling at St eval and a new focus of late which seems to be working with a full strength squad attending the away fixture, something not witnessed yet this season.

On the whistle St eval started brightly with a lot of possession inside the highstreet half. Dominating play St eval pressed for an opener but on occasion there were glimpses of a long ball threat from highstreet as keeper Dave Orchard had to contend with a few one on ones.

The manager swapping things around at the back seemed to settle the lads and soon after St eval were rewarded with there desired goal. A bit of a scramble from a corner had the ball make its way to striker Julio who nearly finished into the bottom corner.

It was the strike partnership of Julio and Shane wade who would have any moments of promise in the remainder of the first half as both came close on a few occasion, Julio with a fine 20 yard effort which smashed into the crossbar being the best of those.

A few subs at half time and St eval went out again. Steve masters was partnered with a young Adam Jeffries in the middle and the combination worked well together ruling the roost in the middle of the park.

After a good spell of possession Shane wade got his goal after a tom Shaw cross found the strikers run who 'tapped out' :) for the second spitfire goal.

Cruising at this point it was Steve Masters who had a miracle moment, actually finding a striker with a pass which Julio didn't waste as he rounded the last defender and beat the keeper near post.

At 3-0 St eval took there eye off the ball and allowed highstreet to get back into the game, they enjoyed lots of pressing and had a few good chances at the St eval goal. Only 15 minutes in a long ball to nothing was handled by keeper Dave outside the box who obviously suffered from some momentary brain fart and was dismissed from the pitch as a result. Down to 10 and under pressure highstreet had a lucky stroke with a daft refing call who awarded the home side a penalty which was converted.

Eventually St eval got there shape back and closed up shop to see out the match.

Thank you to highstreet for there hospitality after the match.

Well played to the spitfire lads, special mention to Adam Jeffries for man of the match, solid performance and a great future captain performance from the youngster.

COYS

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10 hours ago, cornishlegend said:

Match report
St eval spitfires 3 highstreet 1

St eval after suffering several weeks away from league football final got back into a respectable position after their victory on Saturday.

There has been some big reshuffling at St eval and a new focus of late which seems to be working with a full strength squad attending the away fixture, something not witnessed yet this season.

On the whistle St eval started brightly with a lot of possession inside the highstreet half. Dominating play St eval pressed for an opener but on occasion there were glimpses of a long ball threat from highstreet as keeper Dave Orchard had to contend with a few one on ones.

The manager swapping things around at the back seemed to settle the lads and soon after St eval were rewarded with there desired goal. A bit of a scramble from a corner had the ball make its way to striker Julio who nearly finished into the bottom corner.

It was the strike partnership of Julio and Shane wade who would have any moments of promise in the remainder of the first half as both came close on a few occasion, Julio with a fine 20 yard effort which smashed into the crossbar being the best of those.

A few subs at half time and St eval went out again. Steve masters was partnered with a young Adam Jeffries in the middle and the combination worked well together ruling the roost in the middle of the park.

After a good spell of possession Shane wade got his goal after a tom Shaw cross found the strikers run who 'tapped out' :) for the second spitfire goal.

Cruising at this point it was Steve Masters who had a miracle moment, actually finding a striker with a pass which Julio didn't waste as he rounded the last defender and beat the keeper near post.

At 3-0 St eval took there eye off the ball and allowed highstreet to get back into the game, they enjoyed lots of pressing and had a few good chances at the St eval goal. Only 15 minutes in a long ball to nothing was handled by keeper Dave outside the box who obviously suffered from some momentary brain fart and was dismissed from the pitch as a result. Down to 10 and under pressure highstreet had a lucky stroke with a daft refing call who awarded the home side a penalty which was converted.

Eventually St eval got there shape back and closed up shop to see out the match.

Thank you to highstreet for there hospitality after the match.

Well played to the spitfire lads, special mention to Adam Jeffries for man of the match, solid performance and a great future captain performance from the youngster.

COYS

Is that Adam Jeffries from nanpean?

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