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Persil

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  1. That statement aged well. Half way through and I can't see anyone other than St Dennis, Sticker and Godolphin finishing in the bottom 3.
  2. Stoke Gabriel 1 v 3 Millbrook Torridgeside 1 v 6 Torpoint Athletic Falmouth Town 4 v 2 Liskeard Athletic Godolphin Atlantic 1 v 7 Helston Athletic Launceston 2 v 2 Newquay St Austell 1 v 2 Saltash United Dobwalls 2 v 1 Wendron United St Blazey 4 v 1 St Dennis
  3. Camelford 1 v 3 Callington Town Penzance 1 v 5 Porthleven Wadebridge Town 0 v 6 Mousehole
  4. Torpoint Athletic 4 v 1 Ivybridge Town Camelford 1 v 3 Bodmin Town Liskeard Athletic 3 v 2 St Dennis Newquay 2 v 2 Callington Town St Austell 10 v 1 Launceston Wadebridge Town 0 v 9 Saltash United
  5. Godolphin Atlantic 2 v 2 St Dennis Helston Athletic 6 v 0 Wendron United Penzance 2 v 3 St Blazey Porthleven 2 v 1 Mousehole Saltash United 9 v 0 Launceston St Austell 3 v 1 Falmouth Town Sticker 2 v 1 Wadebridge Town
  6. Saltash United 3 v 2 Clevedon Town Willand Rovers 4 v 1 St Austell PREMIER EAST (3.00pm) Millbrook 2 v 1 Elmore Torpoint Athletic 4 v 0 Sidmouth Town PREMIER WEST (3.00pm) Bodmin Town 1 v 2 Mousehole Penzance 2 v 2 Wendron United Porthleven 5 v 0 Dobwalls St Blazey 1 v 2 Callington Town
  7. Liskeard were never finishing that high, even less of a chance now they have lost Lorenz. Saltash should finish high this season and should have the best defensive record around seeing as they have 9 defenders, 7 of which are centre backs! Think Wadebridge may surprise a few. Callington will also do well this year. Newquay will be a tidy side. Penzance will shock a few as well. Wendron, St Blazey, St Dennis, Godolphin, Dobwalls Camelford and Sticker will be lucky to get any more than 3 or 4 wins each.
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