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The Windmill On The Shirt

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  1. Now I’ve had time to write the full report! Report - Saturday 16th March Torpoint Athletic 2-1 Bodmin Town SWPL Premier Division With Robbie Morris at The Mill The hosts did the league double over Bodmin Town in very windy conditions at The Mill in front of a healthily crowd of 118 on Saturday afternoon. Torpoint started well in the tenth minute and had the first chance through Luke Cloke with a 12 yard strike just wide and made some more good chances in the first 15 minutes of the match. The visitors then had a couple of chances from Sam Ryan in the 16th minute when he curled the ball just wide from a good cross in and Tom Moody in the 29th minute had a shot on the edge of the area, which home keeper Jason Peters put around the post.. On the 40th minute Lewis Young put the home side in front when he scored superbly from 20 yards when Luke Cloke put him in to give the hosts the slender lead at half time. Just before the hour mark, Torpoint doubled the lead when prolific goal scorer Luke Cloke scored when taking the ball well off his chest and clinically finish with a great cross in by Josh McCabe. Danny O’Hagan came off the bench and reduced the arrears of the visitors on the 70th minute when he scored from 20 yards. On the 80th minute, a corner in by the visitors found Glynn Hobbs to head home from close range which could have been the equaliser. With a lengthy discussion by the linesman and referee after the visiting players surrounding the two officials the goal was eventually disallowed by the linesman for Hobbs impeding on the home keeper Jason Peters to the astonishment of the Bodmin Town players and supporters. Torpoint defended well against the swirling wind and the visitors, even though there was an additional ten minutes of added time to be played. With this victory, Torpoint Athletic go sixth in the league and a double over Bodmin, the first time the Gold and Black Army have done this for many seasons! Next up for The Men from The Mill is a short away trip to fifth place Saltash United on Friday night at Kimberly Stadium, 7:30pm kick off. Torpoint Athletic: J. Peters, J. McCabe, L. Bevan, S. Hill, E. Crawford, D. Hicks, L. Young (O. Raven 88), R. Kane, L. Cloke, D. Zalick (S. Blatchford 90), G. Hird. Subs not used: D. Smith, Bookings: R. Kane 90+5 Scorers: Lewis Young 40, Luke Cloke 57 Bodmin Town: N. Osborne, E. Timmons, D. Tape, T. Whipp, J. McCreery, H. Clarke, T. Soares (G. Hobbs 78), M. Gilbert, D. Pethick (D. O’Hagan 59), T. Moody, S. Ryan Subs not used: D. Gilbert Bookings: M. Gilbert 90+8 Scorer: D. O’Hagan 70 Referee: Mark Hosking (Penzance) Att: 118 MOM: Jason Peters (Torpoint Athletic) Who got the better of the conditions and worked well with the swirling wind to make some great saves during the match in his goal.
  2. Torpoint Athletic 2-1 Bodmin Town Att: 118 Torpoint Scorers Lewis Young 40, Luke Cloke 57 Bodmin Scorer Danny O’Hagan Torpoint started well in very windy conditions and had the first chance through Luke Cloke on a 12 yard strike just wide. The visitors then had a couple of chances from Sam Ryan in the 14th minute and Tom Moody in the 29th minute. On the 40th minute Lewis Young scored superbly from 20 yards to put the hosts in front to take the lead at half time. Just before the hour Mark, Torpoint doubled the lead when prolific goal scorer Luke Cloke scored when taking the ball well with a great cross in by Josh McCabe to clinically finish. Sub Danny O’Hagan reduced the arrears on the 70th minute when he scored from 20 yards. On the 80th minute a corner in by Bodmin found Glynn Hobbs to head home, but the goal was disallowed for Hobbs fouling the home keeper Jason Peters. Torpoint defended well and got the victory to go sixth in the league and a double over Bodmin.
  3. Sorry for the late reply Horson Field/Straight is the same pitch. Where the Rugby pitch is now by Thanks Tanks (Defience Field), is where the South Western side played in the 1960’s and won two championships! HMS Raleigh or Spicknal was where the kids and Duchy played before the changing rooms were made unsafe. And finally Maker FC pitch was up at Maker Church top of Mount Edgcumbe, before they Edgcumbe FC and played at Horson and Millay Park (Plymouth). Hope that’s helps!
  4. Torpoint Athletic 2-2 Sticker Reserves Att: 78 Torpoint came back from being 2-0 down to claim a point as the points were shared at The Mill, in front of a healthy crowd. The visitors took the lead on the 11th minute through a James Martin 12 yard angle shot, then on the 35th minute Adam Cleeve doubled Sticker’s lead. Four minutes before the break, Jack Worth reduced the deficit to going in at half time with score at 1-2. After the break the home side came out fighting and levelled the scores on the 77th minute when a angled free kick by Darren Hicks was turned into the net by a Sticker defender. With five minutes remaining a lovely cross found Darren Hick who hit the side netting from close range.
  5. Torpoint Athletic 0-0 Cullompton Rangers Att: 104 MOM Josh McCabe (Torpoint) Torpoint had the better of the first half chances through Luke Cloke and Cullompton had the best of the second half chances through Ash Donohue he even hit the cross bar. A draw was just about the fair result. This is last meeting with Cullompton now as the new league stacture next season.
  6. Well done Parkway, great result and a good crowd!
  7. Report - Saturday 9th February Torpoint Athletic 2-1 Falmouth Town SWPL Premier Division With Robbie Morris at The Mill Torpoint Athletic moved up to sixth in the SWPL Premier Division leapfrogging Millbrook and Falmouth Town with their third successive win, after a fine display in front of a healthy crowd at The Mill. The hosts started brightly and were on top in the first twenty minutes when Luke Cloke broke clear and shoots from 12 yards, for the visiting keeper Ryan Barnes to push the ball round the post. In the resulting corner, taken by Captain Lee Bevan, the ball fell to Lewis Young who had his shot parried by Barnes, then Scott Blacthford had a shot again parried by the visiting keeper but the ball fell to Josh McCabe, who made no mistake to riffle the ball home to put the hosts in front. On the half hour mark, the visitors had a chance when Tim Nixon shot his ball just wide from the edge of the area. The hosts in the last five minutes of the first half put more pressure on the visitors with a Lee Bevan free kick whipped in to John Heveran to head home, but Barnes made a great save round the post. The second half was only two minutes old when a brilliant cross in by Gary Hird, found Luke Cloke to score home from ten yards, to double, Torpoint’s lead. Torpoint kept the pressure on with chances by Scott Blatchford and Gary Hird, but the visitors were slowly getting back into the game and in the 85th minute, they had a lifeline when Rob Wearne scored from 12 yards after a break through. The last five or so minutes, Falmouth tried to get an equaliser but Torpoint kept defending well to keep the single goal lead and this valuable victory. Torpoint Athletic J. Peters, J. McCabe, L. Bevan, S. Hill, D. Hicks, J. Heveran, L. Young (L. Doddridge 72), R. Kane, L. Cloke, S. Blatchford (D. Zalick 77), G. Hird. Subs not used: B. West, M. Roberts Bookings:L. Cloke 90+2 Scorers:Josh McCabe 19, Luke Cloke 47 Falmouth Town: R. Barnes, D. Blizzard, O. Moody, (D. Broglino 46), R. Martt (S. Pickup 73), J. Cooper, J. Ward, L. Johnson, M. Duff, M. Buchan (R. Wearne 70), L. Brabyn, T. Nixion. Subs not used: A. Westgarth, J. Miller Bookings:J. Cooper 32, J. Ward 40 Scorer:Rob Wearne 85 Referee: James Long (Camborne) Attendance: 112 MOM: Darren Hicks (Torpoint Athletic)
  8. I always like beating Bodmin but I agree with you, a bit harsh!
  9. Bodmin Town 0-1 Torpoint Athletic Gary Hird’s 85th minute winner sealed the victory and three points against Bodmin Town side who looked not as good as past seasons. The pitch was very heavy at Proiry Park with both sides doing well with the conditions. The match referee was very close to calling the match off half an hour before the match as the rain poured down, but the downpour finished 5 minutes before kick off! Good job really as the league Secretary travelled down from Exeter the watch the match! The programme was a A5 4 page Teamsheet, is this allowed? Very disappointed after past seasons great efforts!
  10. WALTER C PARSON FUNERAL DIRECTOR CUP, 2nd Round (2.30p Bere Alston United 1-5 Saltash United Bovey Tracey 1-2 Launceston Cullompton Rangers 4-1 St Martins Elburton Villa 1-3 Torpoint Athletic Godolphin Atlantic 0-2 St Austell Ivybridge Town 2-1 Camelford  Waldon Athletic v Bodmin Town
  11. Launceston 1-3 Cullompton Rangers Newquay 1-5  Plymouth Argyle  Torpoint Athletic 5-0 Callington Town
  12. Callington Town 1-3 Cullompton Rangers Camelford 1-1 Helston Athletic Exmouth Town 3-0 Godolphin Atlantic Falmouth Town 4-0 Sticker Launceston 1-2 Tavistock Millbrook 3-1 Elburton Villa  Newquay 1-3 Saltash United St Austell 2-2 Torpoint Athletic
  13. PREMIER DIVISION (3.00pm) Falmouth Town 2-0 Launceston St Austell 3-1 Camelford Tavistock 1-1  Bodmin Town WALTER C PARSON FUNERAL DIRECTORS CUP 1ST RD (2.30pm) (It's the score at 90 mins) Bovey Tracey 1-3 Millbrook Bude Town 0-2 Elburton Villa Elmore 1-2 Exmouth Town Newquay 2-0 Mousehole Plymstock United 0-1 Ivybridge Town  Torpoint Athletic 3-0 Newton Abbot Spurs
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