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    St Austell V Parkway .. match report

    The last time Parkway suffered a reverse like this was away to Willand in the league at the start of the season. Hopefully it will spark a similar bounce back and run of results.
  2. Not got the stats to hand, but it feels like Peninsula League sides have sticking it to step 5 opposition in the Vase this season. With Falmouth, Saltash and St Austell all achieving it this past weekend, how many is that this season?
  3. St Austell 6 Parkway 1 What the hell happened? Nothing on St Austell or Parkway Twitter (possibly still celebrating on one hand, probable shell shock on other).
  4. Just think of how much a young striker could learn from watching and listening to someone like Stewart Yetton.
  5. Just need the St Blazey revival to begin. When Cornish football reverts back to a county only set up, you very much need the big old clubs like Penzance, Liskeard, Blazey and Porthleven to be competitive in order to develop local interest and ensure worthwhile matches.
  6. As someone who grew up in Liskeard, and remembers the Western League glory days well, it is great to see the club heading back in the right direction with a promising group of local players. The problem on the horizon though would appear to be other clubs picking off the Lux Park starlets as they make names for themselves. James Lorenz turning out for Parkway last night (even if was only as cover with the Blues not having a game), would appear to be a warning of this.
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    Bodmin dismantled by Tavistock

    Liskeard topic coming very soon...
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    Bodmin dismantled by Tavistock

    Yes, but we have meandered off topic slightly.
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    Western league standard.

    Another big win on the road for Parkway. Bitton currently played 5, won 5 in the league.
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    Bodmin dismantled by Tavistock

    It would have been quite lonely for me at Westbury!
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    Bodmin dismantled by Tavistock

    Prejudging Shane Krac a bit, there has been nothing official about him wanting to move on from Parkway. Even then, saying players "didn't fancy" the step up is a bit strong (especially as he has proven himself at higher levels with Tiverton, Weymouth and Truro),but there is no denying the extra travelling is a big commitment. We are talking about part time players for whom job and family have to come first. Two examples,Parkway have a long trip to Bitton this evening in the league cup, probably a 3pm departure from Plymouth, and 1am return (without the possible extra time and penalties), and then Westbury away on Saturday which will be an all day round trip. It was always inevitable that one or two players would fall away from Parkway as the season got going, but I am sure that the chairman and management would have factored this into their thinking and planned accordingly.
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    HENGOVE V PARKWAY MATCH REPORT

    Is Shane Jewell in as cover, or a full time replacement for Jordan Trott in the squad?
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    Bodmin dismantled by Tavistock

    Heard from reliable source that further player incomings at Bodmin are happening this week.
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    SWPL - Saturday Sept 29 2018

    Big win for Blazey,quite a bounce back after the recent stories coming out of Blaise Park.
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    Bodmin dismantled by Tavistock

    A lot of talented forwards competing for two forward spots at Tavistock. Liam Prynn, Josh Grant and Jack Crago all have the ability to play higher than the Peninsula League. Surprised that Glyn Hobbs has been the one squeezed out, he is definitely needed at Bodmin though.
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