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SWPL fixtures, 23/24/25 April


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Friday:

Premier:

Bodmin Town 1v0 Saltash United

CSWPL PREMIER DIVISION SATURDAY, APRIL 24

Buckland 6 - 2 Launceston

Cullompton 1 - 3 St Blazey

Falmouth 7 - 0 Bovey

Holsworthy 0 - 4 Penzance

Parkway 1 - 0 Dartmouth

Wadebridge 3 - 2 Ivybridge

Witheridge 2 - 0 Liskeard

1 Buckland 32 24 5 3 107 42 65 77

2 Bodmin 31 23 3 5 80 31 49 72

3 Falmouth 31 20 3 8 74 32 42 63

4 Tavistock 31 20 2 9 69 41 28 62

5 Torpoint 34 16 10 8 63 52 11 58

6 St Blazey 32 18 3 11 73 52 21 57

7 Penzance 32 16 7 9 61 49 12 55

8 Parkway 31 16 6 9 74 48 26 54

9 Saltash 33 15 9 9 66 44 22 54

10 Witheridge 31 15 4 12 72 61 11 49

11 Ivybridge 35 11 10 14 57 65 -8 43

12 Launceston 30 10 5 15 52 62 -10 35

13 Elburton 31 8 9 14 46 69 -23 33

14 Wadebridge 33 9 5 19 50 69 -19 32

15 Dartmouth 31 9 4 18 42 68 -26 31

16 Liskeard 32 6 7 19 48 71 -23 25

17 Bovey 32 5 7 20 47 93 -46 22

18 Cullompton 32 6 3 23 37 86 -49 21

19 Holsworthy 32 2 6 24 33 116 -83 12

CSWPL DIVISION ONE WEST SATURDAY, APRIL 24

Camelford 0 - 1 Newquay

Foxhole 2 - 2 Callington

Godolphin 0 - 0 Dobwalls

Mousehole 0 - 3 Hayle

Penryn 6 - 0 Vospers

Perranporth 2 - 0 Millbrook

Porthleven 8 - 1 Truro

St Austell 3 - 1 Plymstock

1 St Austell 28 19 2 7 80 38 42 59

2 Perranporth 25 17 3 5 72 33 39 54

3 Hayle 27 17 1 9 57 34 23 52

4 Newquay 29 16 4 9 78 58 20 52

5 Penryn 28 16 3 9 65 41 24 51

6 Godolphin 27 13 6 8 58 43 15 45

7 Dobwalls 27 11 7 9 49 40 9 40

8 Plymstock 26 11 7 8 46 38 8 40

9 Callington 26 10 6 10 50 44 6 36

10 Porthleven 28 10 5 13 59 63 -4 35

11 Camelford 25 10 4 11 45 46 -1 34

12 Vospers 27 10 4 13 46 58 -12 34

13 Foxhole 27 7 7 13 39 70 -31 28

14 Millbrook 27 6 4 17 32 72 -40 22

15 Truro 27 5 4 18 36 69 -33 19

16 Mousehole 28 1 7 20 21 86 -65 10

CSWPL DIVISION ONE EAST SATURDAY, APRIL 24

Alphington 1 - 2 RoyalMarines

Axminster 5 - 2 Appledore

Crediton 1 - 2 Budleigh

Liverton 1 - 0 University

NewtonSpurs 4 - 2 Galmpton

Okehampton 3 - 1 Bickleigh

Stoke 1 - 2 Teignmouth

Tots&Darts 2 - 0 ExCivServ

1 Stoke 33 21 3 9 86 43 43 66

2 RoyalMarines 26 20 3 3 85 35 50 63

3 Liverton 30 18 6 6 77 40 37 60

4 Galmpton 30 17 6 7 71 37 34 57

5 Alphington 32 17 3 12 71 52 19 54

6 Budleigh 32 15 4 13 63 51 12 49

7 ExCivServ 30 15 3 12 55 53 2 48

8 Tots&Darts 29 14 5 10 61 44 17 47

9 Appledore 29 15 2 12 75 61 14 47

10 Exmouth 30 14 5 11 69 58 11 47

11 Teignmouth 29 12 4 13 65 65 0 40

12 NewtonSpurs 32 11 4 17 60 78 -18 37

13 University 28 10 4 14 47 54 -7 34

14 Crediton 30 9 5 16 54 73 -19 32

15 Axminster 29 10 2 17 48 84 -36 32

16 Okehampton 30 9 4 17 56 85 -29 31

17 OtterySM 31 4 6 21 44 118 -74 18

18 Bickleigh 32 4 3 25 43 99 -56 15

Sunday:

Premier:

Launceston v Tavistock

East:

Okehampton Argyle v Royal Marines

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Guest Uncle Albert

Mark Berry's eighth minute goal was enough to give Bodmin their fifth successive win and close the gap on leaders Buckland to two points with six games to go.

Bodmin, and in particular Berry, should have had several more goals, but in the end they had to rely on their solid defence to earn a clean sheet against a Saltash side who poured forward in the last 20 minutes.

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Buckland v Launceston Result. 6 - 2

A Lynch 3 G Hammon 2 D Lewis 1 easy win for the Bucks special praise for the Clarets who never gave up,

2nd goal by Launceston real gem with a back heel from a cross!!

Lynchy free kick from the edge of the box also special, gave the keeper no chance

107 LEAGUE GOALS.

mr Cloak reffed game and had an excellent afternoon ! well done Tony.

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Buckland v Launceston Result. 6 - 2

A Lynch 3 G Hammon 2 D Lewis 1 easy win for the Bucks special praise for the Clarets who never gave up,

2nd goal by Launceston real gem with a back heel from a cross!!

Lynchy free kick from the edge of the box also special, gave the keeper no chance

107 LEAGUE GOALS.

mr Cloak reffed game and had an excellent afternoon ! well done Tony.

I thought Launceston moved the ball about well and played some very nice football.

Yep! When I saw Sir Cloake was in charge my heart dipped a little, but has you said ,he had an excellent game.

Again Buckland rued miss chances, especially Drewie otherwise we would have been looking at a much bigger score line.

Four to go !

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Buckland Athletic 6 - 2 Launceston

Cullompton Rangers 1 - 3 St.Blazey

Falmouth Town 7 - 0 Bovey Tracey

Holsworthy 0 - 4 Penzance

Plymouth Parkway 1 - 0 Dartmouth

Wadebridge Town 3 - 2 Ivybridge Town

Witheridge 2 - 0 Liskeard Athletic

BUCKLAND ATHLETIC 32 24 5 3 107 42 65 77

BODMIN TOWN 31 23 3 5 80 31 49 72

FALMOUTH TOWN 31 20 3 8 74 32 42 63

TAVISTOCK 31 20 2 9 69 41 28 62

TORPOINT ATHLETIC 34 16 10 8 63 52 11 58

ST.BLAZEY 32 18 3 11 73 52 21 57

PENZANCE 32 16 7 9 61 49 12 55

PLYMOUTH PARKWAY 31 16 6 9 74 48 26 54

SALTASH UNITED 33 15 9 9 66 44 22 54

WITHERIDGE 31 15 4 12 72 61 11 49

IVYBRIDGE TOWN 35 11 10 14 57 65 -8 43

LAUNCESTON 30 10 5 15 52 62 -10 35

ELBURTON VILLA 31 8 9 14 46 69 -23 33

WADEBRIDGE TOWN 33 9 5 19 50 69 -19 32

DARTMOUTH 31 9 4 18 42 68 -26 31

LISKEARD ATHLETIC 32 6 7 19 48 71 -23 25

BOVEY TRACEY 32 5 7 20 47 93 -46 22

CULLOMPTON RANGERS 32 6 3 23 37 86 -49 21

HOLSWORTHY 32 2 6 24 33 116 -83 12

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A good win yesterday again from Falmouth considering they had 3 or four players out including the first team Goal Keeper,

both Falmouth & Bovey had a player sent off for fighting,

But Falmouth were in no mood to give this game away,

they were fast and awsome,

I just do not know how Bovey managed to draw with Bickland,

maybe the buckland team were asleep,

Bovey never realy looked like scoring,

Richard Kellow decided that he wanted to play cricket rather than Football so he has been kicked out of the team, :SM_carton: I liked Richard he was a good player, but surely he could have given Town just two more weeks,

but there you are thats Football, full of surprizes,

Hammers :c::yahoo::clapper: :c:

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St.Austell 3 Plymstock 1

Great second half performance from St.Austell yesterday to keep the pressure on Perran. Great game played in good spirit from both teams. Fantastic referee performance, and great linesman performances. Not a bad decision from any official all game. :thumbsup:

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Godolphin 0 - 0 Dobwalls

Godolphin should have had this match dead and buried by half time but failed to finish any of a host of chances. Dobwalls came much more into the match after the break but neither team could brake the deadlock and had to settle for a point a-piece.

I must say i thought the referee A Howes did an excellent job, he looks to be a real top class referee.

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Camelford 0 v 1 Newquay

A goal from Danny Carne after about 5 minutes settled this one. Carne turned inside his defender, cut in and finished at the near post. Rest of the half Newquay created more chances but didnt add to the scoreline. Second half and the game seemed to follow a similar pattern but Camelford started to force their way into the game and Newquay were indebted to Ryan Barnes who made several good saves including one where he turned a stinging shot onto the crossbar.

Overall I would say the result was about right.

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Sunday:

Launceston 4 - 2 Tavistock

BUCKLAND ATHLETIC 32 24 5 3 107 42 65 77

BODMIN TOWN 31 23 3 5 80 31 49 72

FALMOUTH TOWN 31 20 3 8 74 32 42 63

TAVISTOCK 32 20 2 10 71 45 26 62

TORPOINT ATHLETIC 34 16 10 8 63 52 11 58

ST.BLAZEY 32 18 3 11 73 52 21 57

PENZANCE 32 16 7 9 61 49 12 55

PLYMOUTH PARKWAY 31 16 6 9 74 48 26 54

SALTASH UNITED 33 15 9 9 66 44 22 54

WITHERIDGE 31 15 4 12 72 61 11 49

IVYBRIDGE TOWN 35 11 10 14 57 65 -8 43

LAUNCESTON 31 11 5 15 56 64 -8 38

ELBURTON VILLA 31 8 9 14 46 69 -23 33

WADEBRIDGE TOWN 33 9 5 19 50 69 -19 32

DARTMOUTH 31 9 4 18 42 68 -26 31

LISKEARD ATHLETIC 32 6 7 19 48 71 -23 25

BOVEY TRACEY 32 5 7 20 47 93 -46 22

CULLOMPTON RANGERS 32 6 3 23 37 86 -49 21

HOLSWORTHY 32 2 6 24 33 116 -83 12

Okehampton Argyle 2 - 3 Royal Marines

ROYAL MARINES 27 21 3 3 88 37 51 66

STOKE GABRIEL 33 21 3 9 86 43 43 66

LIVERTON UNITED 30 18 6 6 77 40 37 60

GALMPTON GENTS 30 17 6 7 71 37 34 57

ALPHINGTON 32 17 3 12 71 52 19 54

BUDLEIGH SALTERTON 32 15 4 13 63 51 12 49

EXETER CIVIL SERVICE 30 15 3 12 55 53 2 48

TOTNES & DARTINGTON 29 14 5 10 61 44 17 47

APPLEDORE 29 15 2 12 75 61 14 47

EXMOUTH TOWN 30 14 5 11 69 58 11 47

TEIGNMOUTH 29 12 4 13 65 65 0 40

NEWTON ABBOT SPURS 32 11 4 17 60 78 -18 37

EXETER UNIVERSITY 28 10 4 14 47 54 -7 34

CREDITON UNITED 30 9 5 16 54 73 -19 32

AXMINSTER TOWN 29 10 2 17 48 84 -36 32

OKEHAMPTON ARGYLE 31 9 4 18 58 88 -30 31

OTTERY ST MARY 31 4 6 21 44 118 -74 18

BICKLEIGH 32 4 3 25 43 99 -56 15

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St.Austell 3 Plymstock 1

Great second half performance from St.Austell yesterday to keep the pressure on Perran. Great game played in good spirit from both teams. Fantastic referee performance, and great linesman performances. Not a bad decision from any official all game. :thumbsup:

Good to see that someone at St A has had a word with their lino so that he has changed to the extent that he can give a good performance.Heartening and well done to St A

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i would like to place my thanks to swpl committee for allowing me to run the line for the st austell vs plymstock match. secondly thanks to leaner and david bray for their kind comments about the performance of myself and john on the st austell line. just goes to show that everyone who thinks this guy is cheat etc, are really here to stir up trouble. im glad you enjoyed the game both of you and i really want to thank the st austell players and plymstock for great attitudes throughout the game. the hospitality at their chosen clubhouse was excellent as was the drinks service. overall, st austell made it a great day for everyone and deserve to be promoted, great set of lads who really play well together. plymstock also have something to build on for next season. I really enjoyed it and look to be doing a referee course soon to get on the league.

mike

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Apparently his name is Patterson and he's currently at Devonport Dockyard working on Submarines.

Both Linesmen were excellent also.

Are we referring here to Ian "George" Pattison? Hearing good reports about him around the grounds :clapper:

I doubt it very much Dave, he was reffing at Perranporth on Saturday at the same time the St Austell game was being played....(or has he got a double...surely not :D )

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Name in the programme was Pattison. Whoever he was he definitely was excellent, as were his assistants. That was the opinion expressed by lots in the crowd on Saturday. Top marks too to Micky Hunt and Plymstock for their attitude and the football Plymstock tried to play considering the average age of the team.

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