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Hetty last won the day on April 2 2018

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  1. He doesn't like being left alone? yet you will leave him alone (I presume) in the car? That doesn't make sense.
  2. Another thread ruined by those who cant resist falling into the trap of Big Al. This was supposed to be a thread about the senior cup Semi Finals. Not a mention on here of the way Saltash dispatched Bodmin to set up the tie with Wendron Not any discussion on how you see the ties going Not any discussion about the venues Not any discussion about who are favourites for the cup Just constant bickering towards a guy who is so clearly on a wind up, yet you all fall for it time and time again. This forum will lose posters before long if this continues.
  3. Is the Saltash/Bodmin game going to get played this week?
  4. I don’t see what difference the re-structure will make for the Cornish clubs if I’m honest. They lose 6 Fixtures in Cullompton, Plymouth Argyle, Exmouth, and in the Plymouth area Tavistock, Ivybridge and Elburton. The season doesn’t consist of over regular trips to Devon now anyway. Cullompton, Exmouth and Argyle are the only 3 games you must really go past Plymouth for. Plus, I’m led to believe the league cup will not be regionalised therefore trips to Devon can come from that. When you consider the teams that could replace the Devon clubs such as Mousehole, Liskeard, Porthleven, Wadebridge, Penzance and St Blazey – old rivalries will resume, and new ones could form. It will be the Devon clubs that experience the largest change in my opinion. I don’t think the new league will have a negative impact on crowds, and if it does encourage teams to take the leap into the western league then so be it. The debate about parkways crowds will be irrelevant if some of the teams around them geographically like Tavistock and Saltash took the plunge. Suddenly you have local derby’s back with even more at stake.
  5. Friday 15th September WALTER C PARSON CUP 1ST RD: 7.30pm Callington Town 5-0 Torpoint Athletic Falmouth Town 3-1 Helston Athletic
  6. Saturday 16th September FA CUP 2ND QUALIFYING ROUND: 3pm Bodmin Town 2 v 0 Bideford Tavistock 3 v 1 Frome Town WALTER C PARSON CUP 1ST RD: 2.30pm Unless stated Godolphin Atlantic 1 v 3 Wadebridge Town Ivybridge Town 4 v 1 Bovey Tracey Launceston 2 v 1 Brixham Sticker 1 v 2 Porthleven Stoke Gabriel 3 v 0 Witheridge Wendron United 1 v 3 Camelford PREMIER DIVISION: 3pm Cullompton Rangers 1 v 4 Plymouth Argyle Plymouth Parkway 1 v 3 St Austell Saltash United 3 v 0 Exmouth Town
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