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  1. Mullion :- Rob Carey 3, Tom Bryant and Keith Jacka Ludgvan :-Marcus Smith and Luke Waller Rosudgeon 5-1 St Teath
  2. WEDNESDAY 18 SEPTEMBER Bovey Tracey v Torpoint Athletic Callington Town v Bodmin Town Porthleven v Falmouth Town Saltash United v Dobwalls
  3. TUESDAY 17 SEPTEMBER Newton Abbot Spurs v Millbrook Launceston v Liskeard Athletic Newquay v Camelford Wadebridge Town v AFC St Austell Wendron United v Penzance
  4. Up to & incl Sep 15 2019 LEAGUE LC FAC FAV CSC CCC TOTAL Sam Hughes (Saltash Utd) 13 1 14 Ryan Richards (Saltash Utd) 10 3 13 Mark Goldsworthy (Helston Ath) 11 1 12 Kieran Toland (Mousehole) 11 11 Charlie Young (Porthleven) 4 6 10 Hayden Turner (St Austell) 10 10 James Lorenz (Liskeard Ath) 9 9 Dan Jennings (Bodmin Tn) 7 1 8 Jacob Rowe (St Dennis) 8 8 Kelvin Fyneboy (Dobwalls) 7 7 Amara Bakayoko (Mousehole) 6 6 Bobby Hopkinson (Camelford) 5 1 6 David Barker (Saltash Utd) 6 6 Jack Alexander (St Blazey) 5 1 6 Jose Perez (Newquay) 6 6 Kai Cornish (Helston Ath) 6 6 Kyle Flew (Wadebridge Tn) 6 6 Matt Buchan (Falmouth Tn) 5 1 6
  5. Ah yes of course St Day! Watched him in goal in their opening win of the season at Perranporth!
  6. That's a bit weird isn't it! Carharrack fail to play their game up at Bude because couldn't raise a team and then am I right in thinking from above that one of their players appeared for Penryn. Not cup tied because obviously hasn't played for anyone else in the competition, but did any paperwork have to be completed to ok it? I ask because it's a new one on me!
  7. Many thanks to Mike Newcombe for all the results and report Premier Division AFC Bodmin 4-1 Stoke Climsland Altarnon 8-2 Holywell/Cubert Ath. Gunnislake 3-1 Lostwithiel St Breward 2-1 Saltash United 3rds Tintagel 0-8 St Newlyn East Tregrehan Mills 3-0 St Merryn Division One Gorran 1-1 Foxhole Reserves Mevagissey 1-1 Dobwalls Reserves FC Tavyside 1-4 Polperro Reserves Division Two Boscastle Reserves 1-3 Bude Town Reserves Lostwithiel Reserves 1-7 Nanpean Rovers North Hill 2-19 Lifton Reserves St Eval Spitfires 2-3 Southgate Seniors Week St Mary 3-2 St Stephen Reserves Division Three Bude Town Thirds 5-0 St Anns Chapel Delabole United 0-10 St Columb Major North Petherwin Reserves 2-1 Grampound Queens Rangers 5-2 Roche Reserves St Mawgan Reserves 0-6 St Dominick Reserves CORNWALL AIRPORT NEWQUAY DUCHY LEAGUE At the top of the Premier Division the two early leaders met at Gunnislake with the hosts beating Lostwithiel after a tight game full of good football. Carlton Farnham, Jan Humphrey and Lian Bryant scored for Boscastle with Lostwithiel’s goal coming from a John Harris penalty. George Ellis hit a hat trick as AFC Bodmin secured their first ever victory in the topflight. They beat Stoke Climsland 4-1 with Matt Hooper getting their other goal. Stoke only travelled with a bare eleven and replied with a Kieran Hurrell goal. Tregrehan Mills beat St Merryn 3-0. The first half was poor quality with Lee Budge opening the scoring in the 40th minute with a turn and finish from two yards following a corner. The match warmed up after the break. Miles Gardner strode through the St Merryn defence to score a 48th minute second and as the visitors faded a good run and cross from Dean Dingle was turned in by Glyn James in the 78th minute. Altarnon were too strong for Holywell/Cubert Athletic easing to an 8-2 win. Toby Knights hit a hat trick with Sam Smith adding a brace. Brandon Ambrose, Jowan Knights and Josh Smith completed the home tally with Sam Wade with an own goal and Dan Parsonage replying for Holywell. A depleted Tintagel team suffered a heavy eight goal home defeat to St Newlyn East. Martyn Probert and Ross London scored a brace apiece with Jack Thompson, Brodie Mitchell, Ross Emery and Matt Toms completing the rout. St Breward retained their 100 per cent league record with a 2-1 win over Saltash United Thirds. Martin Jago and a Scott Burke penalty for St Breward with Jordan Taylor replying for Saltash. In Division One the match between Mevagissey and Dobwalls reserves ended one apiece. Sam Hummagain gave the visitors a 20th minute lead. Mevagissey were level ten minutes later when Brandon Chapman converted a penalty. The hosts were reduced to ten men ten minutes into the second half when Charlie Prynn was sent off. Dobwalls failed to take advantage of their extra player and it was Mevagissey that came closest to a winner when a shot hit the crossbar. Polperro reserves bounced back after pulling out of a game last Saturday to play impressive and at times brilliant football in a 4-1 win at FC Tavyside. Anthony Harman scored a brace with Louie Webb and Ethan Powell completing the visitors scoring. Tavyside replied with a Sam Hicks penalty. Gorran and Foxhole reserves fought out a one all draw. Tom Guest was the home marksman. Bude Town reserves won a third straight game in Division Two coming out 3-1 winners at Boscastle reserves. Dave Hales scored a brace with Scott Percy getting the other Bude goal with Sam Haddy getting the home reply. Aled Thomas scored a brace as Week St Mary beat St Stephen reserves 3-2. Paul Banks scored the other home goal with St Stephen replying through Callum Oldham and Matt Hammer. The match referee failed to arrive for the North Hill versus Lifton reserves match. After much discussion a Lifton official agreed to take the whistle and how the hosts must regret going ahead with the game as Lifton won 19 (nineteen) to two with the result no reflection on the official’s impartiality. North Hill are struggling to attract players and just scratched together a side. Their lone reward was goals for Dan Otter and Chris Terry. Lifton’s goals came from Lian Rich with seven, Josh Mayne with four and a brace apiece from Jake Harris and Ryan Hancock. Their other goals were scored by Dan Hancock, Chris Prettyjohn Jared Burns and Alex Sandercock. Lostwithiel reserves were heavily beaten at home by Nanpean Rovers with Jordi Willmott again unstoppable with five goals. Nanpean came flying out of the blocks playing some nice football from the back with Willmott scoring a hat trick before half time. Ryan Best scored after the restart with Willmott getting two more. The moment of the game came when Luke Truscott skipped past three players and crossed to pick out Sam Truscott who headed the ball goal bound with it bouncing slowly past the hypnotised goalkeeper for their seventh goal. St Eval Spitfires threw away a two-goal lead at half time as they fell to a 3-2 home defeat to Southgate Seniors. Jon Summerfield and Sam Wade had the hosts in control going into the break. The hosts rallied after the restart and Spitfires stalled as a brace from Liam Cairns and an Adam Scott goal gave Southgate the points. The Queens Rangers versus Roche was a clash in Division Three between two young teams, which was played in a good spirit. Sam Rowse gave Rangers a 15th minute lead with the home side then taking control. Roche did force an equaliser from a breakaway, but Rangers bounced back with Rowse scoring three more times before the break. Roche put the hosts under pressure in the second half without creating any great chances. Neil Mitchell scored the hosts fifth goal, but they faded in the last quarter of an hour with Roche getting a second as Queens won 5-2. Jacob Inch and Nathan Fosten scored the visitors goals. St Columb Major romped to a ten-goal win at Delabole United. Marco Ciarleglio hit a hat trick with John Middleditch, Darren Roose, Adam Williams, Nathan Chapman, Conor Doocey, Scott Taylor and Oscar Bilkey adding a goal apiece. St Columb outplayed Delabole for long periods on a hot afternoon at St George’s Playing Field. The game wasn’t entirely one-way traffic but constant pressure in both halves punctuated with clinical finishing from across the team was more than enough for St Columb to beat a Delabole team in their first game of the season. Already 4-0 up at half time St Columb turned the screw to score 6 more in the second half to complete a resounding victory. Goals were shared evenly around the St Columb team but a notable hat trick Ciarleglio stood out as the goals reined in. Despite the score the game was played in a good spirit and Delabole were denied a consolation goal to lift their spirits by an offside flag. St Dominick reserves will be pleased with a 6-0 win after their long journey to St Mawgan reserves. Kieran Jasper scored a brace with their other goals shared between Tarren Walsh, Ryan Brown, Charlie Hickman and Spencer Barrett. North Petherwin reserves beat Grampound 2-1. Mada Lin Boss and Will Green scored for Petherwin with Dylan Fox replying for Grampound. Bude Town Thirds beat St Anns Chapel 5-0.
  8. Saltash United 2 (Hughes, Richards) Porthleven 1 (Young) The Ashes go through to the First Round Proper in four weeks time, but you could feel the relief around the Kimberley Stadium when skipper Ryan Richards rammed home the decisive goal five minutes from time. I, for one, was preparing myself for extra time as although Saltash went in front nine minutes after the interval, they never took advantage of that goal from Sam Hughes and paid the penalty when the Fishermen came back with an equaliser. A cross from way out on the left in the 73rd minute from Dan Stidwell was headed home by Charlie Young for his sixth Vase goal in two games this season. It was a good header, but one must ask where were the Saltash defenders! On a beautiful afternoon for playing, the visitors would probably have gone in at half-time ruing the couple chances they had early on. The best coming with just nine minutes on the clock when Dan Stidwell picked up a missed pass from Shaun Cleary, the Port No.7 had a clear run at goal, knocked the ball wide of the advancing Saltash ‘keeper Ryan Rickard but it went agonisingly wide of the upright! Port will be thinking “what if”, in contrast Saltash will be thinking “our name’s in the draw for the next round and that’s what counts”. Would also like to say it was good to have a chat with Luke Ranford who was at the game, standing in as Saltash secretary for the day. And for Karl for introducing himself to me - keep up the good work you're doing on the media side up there. See you for sure at the next Vase game
  9. Bodmin Town 2-0 Buckland Athletic Camelford 2-1 Ashton & Backwell Helston Athletic 3-0 Axminster Town Saltash United 4-2 Porthleven St Blazey 2-2 Falmouth Town Torpoint Athletic 3-1 Portishead KITCHEN KIT PENINSULA PREMIER DIVISION WEST Dobwalls 3-1 Sticker Mousehole 3-1 St Austell Penzance 1-2 Wadebridge Town St Dennis 3-1 Wendron United
  10. I see Carharrack have been unable to raise a side for the Bude game! Too far to travel I guess!
  11. Here’s the Cornwall County Youth squad for next Thursday. They play Plymouth Argyle U16/18s at St Blazey with a 7.15pm kick off Alex Wharton (Helston) Ash Winkworth (Sticker) Ben Whiting (St Day) Harrison Jewell (Helston) Jack Hooper (AFC St Austell) Jack James (Helston) Jamie Simmonds (Saltash) Joe Maywood Joshua Turner Keelan England (Sticker) Kieran Daughtery (Helston) Kieran Rowe (Wadebridge) Lewis Tonkin (Helston) Mawgan Kewn (Penzance) Morgan Coxhead (Sticker) Regan Hull (Falmouth) Reuben Talbot (Falmouth) Sam Pickup (Falmouth) Sam Wickins (Wadebridge) Samuel Buckley (Penzance) Tom Hands (Mousehole) Tyler Buckley (Penzance) I think there’s four who I don’t know if they have Saturday clubs or not. Can anyone help fill in the gaps please?
  12. CORNWALL SENIOR CUP, SPONSORED BY RGB BUILDING SUPPLIES FIRST ROUND Bude Town HOME WIN Carharrack Gerrans & St Mawes Utd 1--7 Illogan RBL Hayle 8-1 Lizard Argyle Ludgvan 2-1 Looe Town Marazion 6-3 Veryan Mullion 5-0 Lanreath Pendeen Rovers v St Stephen - next Saturday 21st Sept. Perranwell 1-4 Penryn Athletic Polperro 15-1 Padstow United Redruth United 0-4 Perranporth Roche 3-4 St Minver Rosudgeon 5-1 St Teath Ruan Minor 2-3 St Ives Town St Cleer 6-2 St Agnes St Day 5-2 Foxhole Stars St Just v RNAS Culdrose - Away Win - walkover Saltash Borough 0-2 Morwenstow
  13. ST PIRAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE EAST AFC St Austell Reserves 2-1 Launceston Reserves Sticker Reserves 0-6 Saltash United Reserves ST PIRAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE WEST Falmouth Town Reserves 5-3 Helston Athletic Reserves Wendron United Reserves 4-4 Mousehole Reserves
  14. KITCHEN KIT PENINSULA PREMIER DIVISION EAST Dartmouth 4-1 Torrington Elmore 5-1 Holsworthy Honiton Town 3-1 Stoke Gabriel Torridgeside 1-1 Brixham KITCHEN KIT PENINSULA PREMIER DIVISION WEST Dobwalls 6-0 Sticker Mousehole 1-1 St Austell Penzance 2-0 Wadebridge Town St Dennis 2-3 Wendron United
  15. FA VASE Bodmin Town 0-4 Buckland Athletic Camelford 2-1 Ashton & Backwell Helston Athletic 2-0 Axminster Town Ivybridge Town 2-3 Roman Glass Radstock Town 2-3 Bovey Tracey Saltash United 2-1 Porthleven Sidmouth Town 0-5 Cullompton Rgrs St Blazey 1-3 Falmouth Town Torpoint Athletic 4-1 Portishead (after extra time, 1-1 at 90 mins) Wells City 1-2 Newton Abbot Spurs
  16. It’s Friday which means another podcast episode is out
  17. SATURDAY 14 SEPTEMBER FA VASE Bodmin Town v Buckland Athletic Camelford v Ashton & Backwell Helston Athletic v Axminster Town Saltash United v Porthleven St Blazey v Falmouth Town Torpoint Athletic v Portishead KITCHEN KIT PENINSULA PREMIER DIVISION WEST Dobwalls v Sticker Mousehole v St Austell Penzance v Wadebridge Town St Dennis v Wendron United
  18. Although Courtney reads the forum, I don't think he posts at all. I've sent him a message asking for clarification as to who got the goals v Godolphin.
  19. Helston 3 (Goldsworthy 2, S Beattie) St Blazey 2 (Eaton, Alexander) Not the easiest of games on the eye as too foggy! Helston twice took the lead but on each occasion the Green & Blacks (playing tonight in their trendy new away kit of tangerine) pegged them back. In the end it took a great piece of individual skill from Helston sub Kai Cornish to make space for himself to whip in a cross which Goldy (who else!) got on the end of to head into the roof of the net. One of those games where Helston will feel they did enough for all three points, while St Blazey will also suggest themselves that they deserved at least a draw. 83 attendance I think. The Blues Chairman Paul Hendy asked me to choose the Helston Man of the Match - difficult but goals wins games and so had to be Goldy!
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