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SWPL Premier:

Bovey Tracey v Clyst Rovers

Dartmouth v Cullompton Rangers

Elburton Villa v Buckland Athletic

Holsworthy v Ivybridge Town

SWPL East:

Okehampton Argyle v Totnes & Dartington

Exeter University v Crediton United

FA Vase 3rd round proper:

Plymouth Parkway v Arundel

Cornwall Senior Cup 2nd round (2pm):

Bodmin Town v Newquay (2.30)

Camelford v Torpoint Athletic

Dobwalls v Millbrook

Foxhole Stars v St Dennis

Godolphin Atlantic v Edgcumbe

Hayle v Penzance

Helston Athletic v Perranporth

Launceston v Falmouth Town (2.30)

Liskeard Athletic v Wendron United (2.30)

Mousehole v St Austell

Penryn Athletic v Truro City (2.30)

Porthleven v St Stephens Borough (2.30)

Saltash United v Callington Town (2.30)

St Blazey v Wadebridge Town (2.30)

Devon Premier Cup 4th round (all 2pm):

Appledore v Teignmouth

BOCA Seniors v Liverton United

Exmouth Town v Budleigh Salterton

Galmpton Gents v Ottery St Mary - OFF

Royal Marines v Newton Abbot Spurs

Shamwickshire v Plymstock United

Stoke Gabriel v Plymouth Parkway Reserves

Vospers Oak Villla v Exeter Civil Service

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Mousehole 1 v 4 St Austell.

St Austell Scorers:

Bromley

Parsons

Crapp

Body

Moushole Scorer:

Patrick

Good game in difficult conditions. Referee was quality and the game was played in a very good spirit.

Adam Bromley opened the scoring with an unstoppable 35 yards drive into the top bin - surely one of the goals of the season so far!!!

Starman - Martin Giles (St Austell) :clapper::clapper: :clapper:

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Muppet of the Day award goes to Mike Sampson of the Western Morning News.

Who in his review of the 2nd round of today's Senior Cup fixtures referred to Bodmin Town FC as the current holders of the trophy.

You just can't get the staff these days.

Well done to the 'lillywhites' at Mousehole. :thumbsup:

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Hayle 1 penzance 0

10 years ago i walked into JUNIOR hayle football club with a vision,today that vision came true :clapper: TOP SIDE IN WEST CORNWALL(well penwith anyway) :D

Well deserved victory for the homeside thanks to big bad wolfie,s header just b4 halftime (thanks for not putting anybody on the post boys),good performance from hayle defenders gave us a deserverd victory .

Matt Laity the pick of a good hayle performance but a special thanks from super local keeper davie cheal for the pipe and slippers award from pz(62 mins b4 pz had a shot on target....well hit the outside of the post) :unsure:

Great substitution taking off cooper for last 20 mins( thanks )and sympathy award for gerrans who had to sit and watch for over 70 mins :o

Well done hayle and good luck in next round :drink:

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PORTHLEVEN 5 ST STEPHENS BOROUGH 0

PORT SCORERS WERE ALAN THOMAS, DAN STIDWELL,JAMIE THOMSON,TOM WADSWORTH & MATT FOX. GOOD GAME OF FOOTBALL PLAYED IN VERY DIFFICULT CONDITIONS, SUPERBLY REFEREED BY, IN MY OPINION, THE BEST REFEREE IN THE COUNTY, MR PAUL MURPHY. GOOD LUCK TO PHIL,BAZ & HIS BOYS FOR THE REST OF THE SEASON.

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Hayle 1 penzance 0

10 years ago i walked into JUNIOR hayle football club with a vision,today that vision came true :clapper: TOP SIDE IN WEST CORNWALL(well penwith anyway) :D

Well deserved victory for the homeside thanks to big bad wolfie,s header just b4 halftime (thanks for not putting anybody on the post boys),good performance from hayle defenders gave us a deserverd victory .

Matt Laity the pick of a good hayle performance but a special thanks from super local keeper davie cheal for the pipe and slippers award from pz(62 mins b4 pz had a shot on target....well hit the outside of the post) :unsure:

Great substitution taking off cooper for last 20 mins( thanks )and sympathy award for gerrans who had to sit and watch for over 70 mins :o

Well done hayle and good luck in next round :drink:

ya quite agree handsome dan for all the money there is it didnt show today. Great performance from all the team,without doubt the best team won.Bring on anyone now,after that fighting spirit we wont fear any team.Penzance just werent in the game and Gary and Wayne must be really proud tonight.Well done Hayle.

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Guest sonny jim

Severe wind and rain dictated the game, but we played some good football against a good attacking football team, goals from sargent, worth, morris, and cusack, a great team effort

well done to the ground staff for getting the pitch in great order dispite the rain all week,

:thumbsup: :clapper:

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Sorry rupert. Enjoying a saturday night in. To much in fact with a little X factor and now Rod Stewart singing a few old classics before match of the day.

As for St Blazey, first ill give some credit to the groundsman and all that help out, as the pitch looked good after the weather weve had in the last few weeks. Even after 120 minutes of football and constant heavy rain it still looked ok.

As i said, the rain made the game full of mistakes, sliding tackles and non stop freekicks.

Not alot in it really. Tom in goal for St Blazey made 3 quality saves to keep Wadbridge out. Danny Nancarrow was full of running and a real threat. St Blazey took the lead in the first half through Zallick. Wadebridge looked to be running out of ideas. Then with six minutes of stopage time played they scored.

Extra time, more rain, more mistakes, Wadebridge score and then straight up the other end, for Ben Rix to volley home a great equaliser. Wadebridge looked stong towards the end but St Blazey always looked threatning.

In the end, with the condtions, 2-2 was about right.

Replay is due to be played on tueday but if the weather dosnt improve, i can see this being called off. Maybe someone from Wadebridge would like to keep us all updated on the chances of it being played.

We live to fight another day. ;)

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We certainly do. Injuries have been a huge problem for the past few months.

Josh Higman hasnt played for weeks.

Neil Slateford was out, back for a couple games and then got a knock on his other ankle and hasn tplayed since.

Reski picked up a knock and didnt play yesterday.

Fergus Nevin was injured after a challenge yesterday and left the ground heavily strapped and on crutches.

David Trott has been out for ages, came back yesterday and picked up another knock.

So all in all, were looking a bit thin on the ground.

:unsure:

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