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  1. PREMIER North Petherwin v Boscastle DIVISION ONE Gorran v Polperro Reserves DIVISION TWO Boscastle Reserves v Lostwithiel Reserves Gunnislake Reserves v North Petherwin Reserves Lifton Reserves v Bude Town Thirds North Hill v Biscovey Queens Rangers v Grampound CORNWALL JUNIOR CUP ROUND TWO Delabole Utd v St Mawgan Reserves Kilkhampton v St Breward Gerrans & St Mawes v Mevagissey Polzeath v Calstock St Merryn v Southgate Seniors St Columb Major v St Domi
  2. Paid our final farewells to Brian this afternoon, so sad that these occasions are so restricted at the moment but the County FA, Duchy League and Launceston Cup were all represented. Cornwall FA's Geoff Lee paid a fitting tribute.
  3. As a mark of respect and appreciation to the Duchy League President, Brian Conyon MBE, who passed away last weekend, Pensilva FC are planning to have a round of applause before their match this weekend. This seems like a very fitting way to say ‘thank you’ and ‘goodbye’ to a true friend of the Duchy League and I hope many other clubs will do likewise. Brian has been President of the League since 2010. Brian's background was in refereeing, officiating as high up as the Football Combination and he gave outstanding service to Cornwall FA Council for over 50 years. He became CCFA Preside
  4. I'm sorry to have to report that the Duchy League President, Brian Conyon, passed away last night at the age of 83. Brian gave a lifetime's service to football as a referee, Cornwall FA Council member and former President. I believe he stepped down as President of the Launceston & District Cup the season before last.
  5. I'm sorry to have to report that Brian Conyon passed away last night at the age of 83. Brian gave a lifetime's service to football as a referee, Cornwall FA Council member and former President. I believe he stepped down as President of the Launceston & District Cup the season before last and was still in position as Duchy League President.
  6. PREMIER DIVISION Altarnon first 3-1 Saltash United Thirds Gunnislake First 4-0 North Petherwin First Lanivet Inn First 6-1 Holywell And Cubert First
  7. Duchy Premier Division AFC Bodmin P-P Boscastle Gunnislake H/W Tintagel Lifton 0-2 Altarnon Lostwithiel 2-5 Saltash Utd 3rds St Breward 3-0 North Petherwin St Merryn 1-6 Lanivet Inn Tregrehan Mills 3-0 Holywell & Cubert Ath Duchy Division One Calstock 7-4 St Eval Spitfires Gerrans & St Mawes Utd 2-0 Southgate Seniors Gorran 3-1 Pensilva Mevagissey 4-2 Dobwalls Reserves Nanpean Rovers 6-1 Polperro Reserves St Columb Major 1-5 Bude Town Reserves Duchy Division Two Boscastle Reserves 2-1 Lifton Reserves Delabol
  8. Senior league's loss is the Duchy League's gain, look forward to seeing you along the way Ian
  9. PREM Gunnislake First 1 v 1 Saltash United Thirds PREM Lanivet Inn First 3 v 3 Altarnon first PREM Lostwithiel FC First 6 v 0 Lifton 1st PREM St Breward First 2 v 0 Tintagel First PREM St Merryn First 4 v 2 North Petherwin First PREM Tregrehan Mills First 1 v 2
  10. Valid point of course Bruegel, i just think that citing the current weather is a bit pointless. On your last point, Junior Cup day had to be kept free initially but once the Jnr Cup games were announced any of the club secretaries could have contacted the fixture secretary or even contacted any other club directly to ask about a fixture - i wonder how many thought for themselves and did so. I don't disagree that it may have been a chance to play a few more matches, i just get a bit fed up with people moaning, and the initial suggestion that Bude and Polzeath have been given some s
  11. care to elaborate on that ? I'm not aware of any particular link to the league for these two clubs. and when setting the fixtures we knew how good the weather was going to be this week ?
  12. also an unfortunate opening fixture for Polperro's 'new' team. St Columb were unbeaten in their 11 league matches last season and, if they have the same squad, will be a serious threat to every side in the division. I must have a word with Dan Code, i think their next league match is against Nanpean- bugger ! I never like to see big scorelines, not good for team spirit and can definitely put young players off, we can ill afford for more players to drift away. Personally, losing was never a problem for me as long as i could enjoy the craic and get a pint afterwards - but those days ar
  13. Saturday September 12th 14.30 pm kick offs Premier Division Altarnon 2 v 0 AFC Bodmin Lanivet Inn 1 v 3 Gunnislake Lifton 1 v 1 St Breward Lostwithiel 4 v 2 Tregrehan Mills Saltash Utd 4 v 0 St Merryn Tintagel 2 v 5 North Petherwin Division One Calstock 1 v 5 Dobwalls Mevagissey 1 v 0 Pensilva Nanpean Rovers 7 v 2 St Minver Southgate Seniors 2 v 1 St Dominick St Columb Major 12 v 2 Polperro St Eval Spitfires 3 v 4 Gorran Division Two Biscovey 5 v 1 Lostwithiel Reserves Bude Town 3rds 3 v 1 North Petherwin Reserves Delasbole 7 v 2
  14. I wasn't convinced that it would actually happen but Saturday September 12th sees the opening fixtures of the 2020/1 season. It has been quite a struggle to get this far and everyone could have done without the FA's Whole Game System debacle complicating matters at this late stage. All club secretaries should have received reminders about changes to match result notifications and player registrations that come into force this season ahead of Mike Newcombe's retirement from the league . ON REGISTRATIONS - Michael will only be available most Saturdays between 11.00 am and 2.30 pm, You
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