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  1. KITCHEN KIT PENINSULA PREMIER DIVISION EAST Brixham 2-1 Bovey Tracey Cullompton Rangers 1-0 Newton Abbot Spurs Dartmouth 4-1 Elburton Villa IlfracombeTown 7-3 Torridgeside Plymouth Marjons 0-2 Holsworthy KITCHEN KIT PENINSULA PREMIER DIVISION WEST Liskeard Athletic 1-2 Camelford Newquay 0-2 Wendron United Wadebridge Town 2-2 Dobwalls
  2. KITCHEN KIT PENINSULA PREMIER DIVISION EAST Axminster Town 1-1 Crediton United Ivybridge Town 0-1 Torpoint Athletic KITCHEN KIT PENINSULA PREMIER DIVISION WEST Bodmin Town 2-0 Launceston Callington Town 5-0 St Dennis Godolphin Atlantic 0-3 Mousehole Helston Athletic 3-2 St Blazey Saltash United 7-0 Sticker
  3. WEDNESDAY 11 SEPTEMBER KITCHEN KIT PENINSULA PREMIER DIVISION EAST Ivybridge Town v Torpoint Athletic KITCHEN KIT PENINSULA PREMIER DIVISION WEST Bodmin Town v Launceston Callington Town v St Dennis Godolphin Atlantic v Mousehole Helston Athletic v St Blazey Saltash United v Sticker
  4. Liskeard Athletic v Camelford Newquay v Wendron United Wadebridge Town v Dobwalls
  5. Well don’t leave us in suspense! Who is currently Liskeard’s best player in your opinion?
  6. I notice two of the three Tuesday games have moved their kick-off time back to half seven. Is the Penryn Athletic v Mullion staying at 6.30pm?
  7. Just click on the link pinned to the top of the St Piran League Sub-Forum
  8. “Pop concerts” what an official said! 🥴
  9. Yep! This is a forum to discuss and debate footballing matters. If you've got a problem - call me 07759 502408.
  10. Mousehole 5 (Toland, James 2, Bakayoko, Matthews) Liskeard Ath 0 When you hear before the game that the visiting side are three players down because they’re attending a “pop concert”, it beckons the worst really because there’s no getting away from it, Mousehole are a slick passing outfit these days. Perhaps a little too much as although they easily won this match, the score could have been a lot more telling! The game, for almost all of it, was one-sided. Cory Harvey in goal for the Seagulls had a quiet day with not really a shot to remember against him. The goals were fairly well spaced out and to be truthful, probably the most exciting moment in this match was when an assistant referee reacted to the suggestion that he missed an offside. It was a weird one really, because I don’t think at this level for sure, I’ve seen a “lino” applaud a goal, let alone then react in the manner he did. The ref threatened the member of the crowd with expulsion from the ground, possibly he should have also suggested his colleague should have gone as well! Not very professional and unnecessary I thought! Unlike Trungle Parc which is looking good these days. Thanks to Pete Robinson (an ex-player now putting it in as vice-chairman) for the half-time hospitality.
  11. CORNWALL AIRPORT NEWQUAY DUCHY LEAGUE Both Duchy cup competitions start off with a group section this season before going into the knock out stages. Teams of three form the groups with the group winners guaranteed a home last sixteen tie. The Knock Out Cup saw a clash of Premier clubs at Par Track with Stoke Climsland coming out 2-0 winners against Tregrehan Mills. Stoke bossed the first half with Josh Pope opening the score in the 15th minute with a classy half-volley finish. The hosts were stunned ten minutes later when the same player scored an absolutely identical goal. Tregrehan sorted out their problems at half time and came out to dominate the second half. Although they put continuous pressure on the Stoke defence, they were unable to find a way through as the visitors held out for the win. Dobwalls reserves scored a surprise 2-0 win at Saltash United Thirds. They took the lead on the half hour with a superb chip from Ben Gaynor and five minutes later Matt Pascoe added the second. Saltash had the better of the second half but failed to take their chances. Ross London and Brodie Mitchell both scored twice as St Newlyn East won 4-1 at AFC Bodmin. The hosts replied with a goal from new signing Andy Seymour. Boscastle were 3-2 winners at Altarnon. Adam Porter scored both home goals, but the visitors take the points with goals from Dan Capstick, Sam Haddy and an own goal from Brandon Ambrose. Gunnislake has made a stunning free-scoring start to the season but they found things a lot more difficult at St Breward before securing a 2-1 win. Brad Farnham and Chris Parsons scored for the visitors with Rob Marks getting the St Breward reply. St Merryn were impressive as they won 4-1 at Lostwithiel reversing a recent league defeat. Kevin Allen hit a hat trick with Josh Old adding the other St Merryn goal. James Hutchings replied for Lostwithiel. In the Shoe Boy League Cup two new entries for this season met with St Dominick reserves winning 4-1 at Queens Rangers. The visitors took a seventh minute lead when a free kick was blocked, and Spencer Barrett followed up to score. Callum Searle scored a second in the 25th minute when he netted after a Kieran Jasper shot was blocked. Jasper scored the third in the 53rd minute and on the hour, James Bloomfield hit a cracker from the edge of the area. Queens forced a series of corners as they fought back with Sam Rowse getting a consolation goal in the 83rd minute. This only spurred St Dominick back into action and Queens keeper Zac George made four fantastic saves to deny them further goals. Despite the defeat a very young Rangers side showed great promise for the future. St Anns Chapel faced the daunting journey to Victoria Bottoms with just a bare eleven and took a savage twenty nil beating from Nanpean Rovers. Jordi Willmott scored five with Jordan Friendship hitting four goals and Reece Willmott claiming a hat trick. The rout was completed by braces from Luke Truscott, Scott Brown and George Bartlett with George Packer and keeper Shaun Hicks from the spot completing the rout. Boscastle reserves edged St Eval Spitfires 3-2. Mike Parsons, Aaron Williams and Karl Stone for Boscastle with Jon Summerfield and Dan Trevelyan replying. Liam Cairns scored a brace as Southgate Seniors won 4-1 at Roche reserves. Anthony Coles and Mark Wilson completed the Southgate scoring with Tallan Annear replying with a penalty for Roche. Gunnislake reserves were too strong for North Hill winning 8-2. Nick Beman and Ben Farrar hit a brace apiece with their tally completed with goals from Jake Rapson, Jamie Skinner, Andy Brown and an own goal. Ben Davis scored both North Hill goals. Calstock had a superb victory over Nanpean last week but fell to earth with a bump when thrashed 7-0 at home by Bude Town reserves. Steve Hackett hit a hat rick with Brad Palmer adding a brace. Lewis Hopgood and Matt Cook completed the scoring. Lifton reserves were held one all at home by North Petherwin reserves. Liam Rich scoring for Lifton and Jordan Karkeek for Petherwin. There were limited league matches. In Division One Mevagissey had a 5-1 home win over Lifton although the final score rather flattered the hosts. The first half was evenly fought despite Mevagissey going into the break three ahead. Mevagissey were the stronger side after the restart although they found it more difficult to score with Lifton getting their consolation near the end. Brandon Chapman hit a hat trick for Mevagissey, two of which came from the spot. Bradley Trudgeon and Joel Barnicoat were the other home scorers. Foxhole reserves opened their season beating St Minver reserves 6-2. Jamie Robinson and Caleb Hawken scored a brace apiece with Bradley Allen and Jake Couch completing the hosts tally. Just one game was played in Division Three with St Columb Major beating Biscovey 3-1. Dom Roberts, Nathan Chapman and Conor Doocey scored for St Columb with Brad Mills replying. Results above and day's summary provided by Mike Newcombe
  12. Senior Cup Round Dates 2019-20 Season Saturday 14th Sept Cornwall Senior Cup Round 1 Saturday 5th Oct Cornwall Senior Cup Round 2 Saturday 9th Nov Cornwall Senior Cup Round 3 Saturday 4th Jan Cornwall Senior Cup Round 4 Saturday 8th Feb Cornwall Senior Cup Quarter Finals Tuesday 3rd March Cornwall Senior Cup Semi-Final Wednesday 4th March Cornwall Senior Cup Semi-Final Tuesday 17th March Reserve date for Cornwall Senior Cup Semi-Finals Wednesday 18th March Reserve date for Cornwall Senior Cup Semi-Final Easter Monday 13th April Cornwall Senior Cup Final
  13. Holsworthy 1-2 Torpoint Athletic Sidmouth Town 0-3 Millbrook KITCHEN KIT PENINSULA PREMIER DIVISION WEST Bodmin Town 4-1 Penzance Callington Town 0-6 St Austell Camelford 3-2 Launceston Falmouth Town 1-0 Dobwalls Godolphin Atlantic 1-3 Porthleven Mousehole 3-1 Liskeard Athletic Newquay 1-4 Saltash United St Dennis 0-3 Helston Athletic Wadebridge Town 2-1 St Blazey
  14. Falmouth 1 (Buchan) Helston 2 (Goldsworthy, Cornish) Falmouth celebrated the installation of up to date lights and I must say there’s a lot of other work going on at Bickland too with fencing appearing! Unfortunately on the pitch at the moment, the squad is a bit short of players and numerous for this game had to switch positions. Luke Brabyn, normally a delight to watch him running at defences, started at right back. As left back was Olly Walker and the dilemma goes on as in this game Luke Johnson picked up an injury which could mean another player sidelined for a couple weeks. Johnno started promising too, hitting the bar with a deflected shot and probably thinking he should have done better when trying to go around the Helston keeper. Jason Robertson did well to get a hand on the ball. A goal in each half from Mark Goldsworthy and Kai Cornish gave the visitors an insurmountable lead - the second the killer just a few minutes after the interval. Mattie Buchan pulled one back for Falmouth with sufficient time for them to pile on some late pressure, but it didn’t happen. Overall though Falmouth gave the ball away far too much when in possession, not a good idea against a Helston side who are on a run now and you can see the confidence growing. Billy Tucker was a handful most of the match - and always willing to have a shot at goal (from anywhere almost). For Falmouth I thought Jack Webber deserves a mention - hard work put in all over the place. Great attendance too - 364. Liked the band too 😀👍
  15. 145 Ryan Holland St Dennis Godolphin Atlantic 146 Ben Joyce Bodmin Town St Blazey 147 Mark Ashworth Stoke Gabriel Newton Abbot Spurs 148 Curtis Damerell Millbrook Torpoint Athletic 149 Christian Pople Newton Abbot Spurs Torpoint Athletic 150 Sam Humphries Liskeard Athletic Godolphin Atlantic 151 Lewis Russell Saltash United Elburton Villa 152 Dan Jennings Wadebridge Town Bodmin Town 153 Callum Kenny St Dennis Bodmin Town 154 Daniel Magee Porthleven Bodmin Town 155 Charles Young Helston Athletic Porthleven 156 Martyn Hancock Sidmouth Town Honiton Town 157 Peter Knox Axminster Town Honiton Town 158 Callum George Mousehole Penzance 159 Damon Mulready St Austell Sticker 160 Jack Hooper Sticker St Austell 161 Sam Kenny Sticker Wadebridge Town 162 Andrew Collings Brixham Bovey Tracey 163 Sam Stockdale Dobwalls Liskeard Athletic 164 Matthew Laithwaite Penzance St Dennis 165 Andrew Collings Bovey Tracey Brixham 166 Sam Morgan Ivybridge Town Callington Town 167 Harry Bell Ivybridge Town Callington Town 168 Jordan Pearce Ivybridge Town Launceston 169 Kieran Daughtery Helston Athletic Penzance 170 Pasha Wilson Penzance Mousehole 171 Kevin McCallion Callington Town Dobwalls 172 Jordan Lugg From : Mousehole To : Falmouth Town 173 Harry Hambly From : Camelford To : Wadebridge Town 174 Ethan Hunt From : Torpoint Athletic To : Millbrook 175 Ethan Fearn From : Godolphin Atlantic To : Porthleven 176 Bradley Kelly From : Ilfracombe Town To : Elmore 177 Tyler Copp From : Torpoint Athletic To : Callington Town 178 Ricky Coton From : Liskeard Athletic To : Callington Town 179 Elliott Cunningham From : Dobwalls To : Callington Town 180 Jordan Stidson From : Elburton Villa To : Callington Town 181 Jay Hill From : St Austell To : Wadebridge Town 182 Daniel Paton From : Callington Town To : Liskeard Athletic 183 Lewis Kershaw From : Millbrook To : Torpoint Athletic 184 Jon McCreery From : Bodmin Town To : Torpoint Athletic 185 Kieran Daughtery From : Penzance To : Helston Athletic 186 Kelvin Fyneboy From : Ivybridge Town To : Dobwalls 187 Charlie Skilton From : Axminster Town To : Launceston 188 Paul Clarke From : Newquay To : Wadebridge Town 189 Jamie Down From : Bovey Tracey To : Stoke Gabriel 190 Tyler Elliott From : Dobwalls To : Bodmin Town
  16. ST PIRAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE EAST AFC St Austell Reserves 4-1 Callington Town Reserves Bude Town 4-0 St Dennis Reserves Liskeard Athletic Reserves 1-1 Saltash Borough Millbrook Reserves 0-3 Saltash United Reserves Polperro 6-1 Wadebridge Town Reserves St Mawgan 1-2 Launceston Reserves Sticker Reserves 4-1 Morwenstow (still showing as 1-4 on full-time at midnight, but twitter posts would suggest 4-1 is correct) Torpoint Athletic Reserves 3-1 Lanreath ST PIRAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE WEST Hayle 4-1 Falmouth Town Reserves Ludgvan 3-2 Perranwell Perranporth 1-2 Illogan RBL Redruth United 1-2 Helston Athletic Reserves (corrected from original full-time posting) St Day 6-0 Mousehole Reserves St Ives Town 2-1 Mullion Wendron United Reserves 1-3 Penryn Athletic
  17. KITCHEN KIT PENINSULA PREMIER DIVISION EAST Brixham 6-0 Torrington Elburton Villa 1-2 IlfracombeTown Elmore 2-0 Plymouth Marjons Holsworthy 0-8 Torpoint Athletic Honiton Town 0-2 Bovey Tracey Ivybridge Town 1-0 Axminster Town Newton Abbot Spurs 1-0 Crediton United Sidmouth Town 1-3 Millbrook Stoke Gabriel 1-12 Cullompton Rangers KITCHEN KIT PENINSULA PREMIER DIVISION WEST Bodmin Town 3-0 Penzance Callington Town 0-4 St Austell Camelford 1-2 Launceston Falmouth Town 5-4 Dobwalls Godolphin Atlantic 0-4 Porthleven Mousehole 5-0 Liskeard Athletic Newquay 3-3 Saltash United St Dennis 2-5 Helston Athletic Wadebridge Town 2-2 St Blazey
  18. FRIDAY 6 SEPTEMBER KITCHEN KIT PENINSULA PREMIER DIVISION WEST Sticker 2-4 Wendron United
  19. KITCHEN KIT PENINSULA PREMIER DIVISION EAST Holsworthy v Torpoint Athletic Sidmouth Town v Millbrook KITCHEN KIT PENINSULA PREMIER DIVISION WEST Bodmin Town v Penzance Callington Town v St Austell Camelford v Launceston Falmouth Town v Dobwalls Godolphin Atlantic v Porthleven Mousehole v Liskeard Athletic Newquay v Saltash United St Dennis v Helston Athletic Wadebridge Town v St Blazey
  20. FRIDAY 6 SEPTEMBER KITCHEN KIT PENINSULA PREMIER DIVISION WEST Sticker v Wendron United
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