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DIV 4

STOKE CLIMSLAND 3-1 NORTH PETHERWIN

fairly close game, quite well reffed, Petherwin unlucky with what seemed a good goal disallowed for foul on 'keeper could of made it closer finish but Stoke did take their chances well with good finishing and pouncing on errors. not hard to see why both teams are finishing near the wrong end of the league this season. good efforts though, not for the want of trying....petherwin ran out of players thru injury etc.....nice to see tommo back on the field tho and he for once didnt break any bones

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Duchy 5:

Mevagissey reserves 1 - Padstow united 3

good game, hard to play football with the bobbles on the pitch but good game. mevagissey probably deserved a bit more from this game but padstow done well to hold out.

Padstow scorers :

Rob Rowe

Rob Elliot

Olly Danning

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Many thanks to the League for producing these

Tuesday 20th April 2010

Premier Division

Looe Town 2 - 3 Saltash United

St Dominick 0 - 6 Gunnislake

First Division

Godolphin Atlantic 1 - 1 Grampound

Probus 3 - 1 Mevagissey

Week St Mary 0 - 3 Altarnun

Second Division

Calstock 2 - 5 Bere Alston United

Lanreath 2 - 3 AFC Bodmin

Third Division

Nanpean Rovers 0 - 2 Biscovey

Fifth Division

Bridgerule 5 - 4 St Cleer Reserves

Delabole United Reserves 1 - 1 Boscastle Reserves

St Newlyn East Reserves 2 - 0 St Mawgan Reserves

Wednesday 21st April 2010

Second Division

St Newlyn East P - P Lostwithiel

Third Division

St Minver 0 - 1 AFC St Austell

Fourth Division

Altarnun Reserves 5 - 4 St Teath Reserves

Callington Town 5 - 3 Stoke Climsland

Grampound Reserves 0 - 4 Gerrans

Fifth Division

Duke of Cornwall 0 - 3 Charlestown Saints

Pelynt Reserves 2 - 2 Mevagissey Reserves

Thursday 22nd April 2010

First Division

Godolphin Atlantic 7 - 1 Boscastle

St Stephen 0 - 1 Launceston United

Second Division

Lanreath 2 - 2 Lostwithiel

Pelynt 4 - 2 Bere Alston United

St Breward 2 - 6 Calstock

Third Division

Nanpean Rovers 1 - 4 Roche

Fifth Division

St Newlyn East Reserves 4 - 3 Bridgerule

Saturday 24th April 2010

Jefferys Estate Agents Knockout Cup Quarter Final

Tywardreath RBL 2 - 0 Altarnun

Premier Division

Gunnislake 3 - 2 Torpoint Athletic

St Dominick 5 - 0 Looe Town

St Cleer 2 - 5 Lamerton

St Mawgan 0 - 0 Foxhole Stars

Saltash United 1 - 4 St Teath

First Division

Grampound 5 - 2 St Stephen

Maker with Rame 0 - 8 Bodmin Saints

Probus 2 - 1 Boscastle

Week St Mary 2 - 3 Mevagissey

Second Division

Bere Alston United 3 - 1 St Breward

Calstock 1 - 5 Looe Town Reserves

Holywell & Cubert 9 - 0 Delabole United

Lanreath 4 - 2 St Newlyn East

Pelynt 2 - 2 AFC Bodmin

Third Division

Gorran 1 - 2 Queens Rangers

Gunnislake Reserves 2 - 1 St Dennis

Nanpean Rovers 1 - 2 Stratton United

Premier Sixes 5 - 0 AFC St Austell

Roche 1 - 3 Biscovey

Wadebridge Town 1 - 3 Pensilva Reserves

Fourth Division

Altarnun Reserves 0 - 1 Gerrans

Callington Town 1 - 3 Lewdown Rovers

St Teath Reserves 2 - 1 Southgate

Stoke Climsland 3 - 1 North Petherwin

Tintagel 2 - 3 Sticker

Fifth Division

Boscastle Reserves 2 - 2 St Newlyn East Reserves

Bridgerule 4 - 0 St Mawgan Reserves

Mevagissey Reserves 1 - 3 Padstow United

Pelynt Reserves P - P Delabole United Reserves

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St Cleer Reserves LKO Tregony

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Duchy Div. 1

Grampound 5-2 St Stephen

Scorers : Grampound - Steve Webb (2), Ryan Orchard, Andy James, Steve Moorcroft

St Stephen - Ross Dunn (2)

Grampound kept letting St Stephen back in to the game after getting a lead, but should have had the game sown up after 30 minutes after missing a number of reasonable chances. It was only in the last half-hour that Grampound finally got away and made the win certain. St Stephen never stopped battling and were a credit to their club. 10 points out of the last 12 for Grampound now and the relegation battle at the bottom of Duchy 1 becomes a little more interesting, especially with Godolphin seemingly reinstating at least 4 SWPL players to help out in all their remaining Duchy 1 games.

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Premier Sixes 5 - 0 St Austell

Truly surreal events at the astro, my worst game for years by a long way, Ben Lawrence hungover after his birthday piss up yesterday and having no sleep and 5 walking wounded forced to start, yet P6 extended their unbeaten run over St Austell to 3 matches claiming our biggest win against the old rivals. St Austell started the warm up like pros, P6 hit the ball as hard as they could against their keeper. There was even talk in the P6 camp about giving St A a guard of honour of the pitch if they won to claim the title. They will have to wait a little longer as P6 denied St Austell claiming the title for at least a few day and if they do somehow manage to drop points P6 can take advantage with our goal difference. St Austell virtually full strength(Lee Harvey was injured), P6 back to the land of zombies with 5 patched up outfield players and no Leigh Brown, the teamtalk went along the lines of 'the injured start their no good on the bench'. This was shown to be correct thinking when the latest casualty Aaron Howe crocked in last weeks game had to be subbed off 15 SECONDS into the game. St Austell had all the play in the middle of the park and looked the more confident, then Al Titterington fired in the opener from 35 yards to put P6 1-0 up. Bonus. It was soon 2-0 after exceptional work by Meagor to feed Probert. St Austell were still controlling the middle of the park but the P6 back line and Prento in nets were playing terrifically well as was the Swede in the middle and the electric pairing of Meagor and Probert up top. Dan 'bad player' Code, Ben 'Space Cadet' Lawrence and Dan 'Touch of a rapist' Parsonage made up the numbers playing at times football that can only be described as barely average between them.

Half-time and St Austell reverted to 3 up top, but they couldn't break a resiliant P6 back line, Prento who was epic in nets or the crossbar (Sundercombe did his best to snap it with a beast of a header). John Meagor had been terrific and got his rewards to 2 goals in 30 second to kill the tie off. For a right footed player he has some left foot as he first lobbed the St A defence from 25 yards after the keeper had denied Probert, and then virtually from kick off looped a volley into the roof of the net. P6 players were left staring at each other thinking is this really happening. Probert bagged number 5 towards the end with a missile in the area to seal the victory. The St Austell boys took it very well. It was like a morgue in the bar afterwards with all the P6 team pinching themselves at the way the game turned out. Now if it wasn't for those daft draws against Queens and Wadebridge....

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probus 2-1 boscastle !!! game of two halfs with probus dominant in the 1st and boscastle dominant in the second only difference was they scored one goal more but much improved boscastle performance for the hammering in midweek against goldophin which to be fair they had a few of there 1st team in which made a big difference!!!

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Premier Sixes 5 - 0 St Austell

Truly surreal events at the astro, my worst game for years by a long way, Ben Lawrence hungover after his birthday piss up yesterday and having no sleep and 5 walking wounded forced to start, yet P6 extended their unbeaten run over St Austell to 3 matches claiming our biggest win against the old rivals. St Austell started the warm up like pros, P6 hit the ball as hard as they could against their keeper. There was even talk in the P6 camp about giving St A a guard of honour of the pitch if they won to claim the title. They will have to wait a little longer as P6 denied St Austell claiming the title for at least a few day and if they do somehow manage to drop points P6 can take advantage with our goal difference. St Austell virtually full strength(Lee Harvey was injured), P6 back to the land of zombies with 5 patched up outfield players and no Leigh Brown, the teamtalk went along the lines of 'the injured start their no good on the bench'. This was shown to be correct thinking when the latest casualty Aaron Howe crocked in last weeks game had to be subbed off 15 SECONDS into the game. St Austell had all the play in the middle of the park and looked the more confident, then Al Titterington fired in the opener from 35 yards to put P6 1-0 up. Bonus. It was soon 2-0 after exceptional work by Meagor to feed Probert. St Austell were still controlling the middle of the park but the P6 back line and Prento in nets were playing terrifically well as was the Swede in the middle and the electric pairing of Meagor and Probert up top. Dan 'bad player' Code, Ben 'Space Cadet' Lawrence and Dan 'Touch of a rapist' Parsonage made up the numbers playing at times football that can only be described as barely average between them.

Half-time and St Austell reverted to 3 up top, but they couldn't break a resiliant P6 back line, Prento who was epic in nets or the crossbar (Sundercombe did his best to snap it with a beast of a header). John Meagor had been terrific and got his rewards to 2 goals in 30 second to kill the tie off. For a right footed player he has some left foot as he first lobbed the St A defence from 25 yards after the keeper had denied Probert, and then virtually from kick off looped a volley into the roof of the net. P6 players were left staring at each other thinking is this really happening. Probert bagged number 5 towards the end with a missile in the area to seal the victory. The St Austell boys took it very well. It was like a morgue in the bar afterwards with all the P6 team pinching themselves at the way the game turned out. Now if it wasn't for those daft draws against Queens and Wadebridge....

A fair report, P6s dominated the game in all areas of the pitch, no passion shown by St Austell its not very often you get the chance to win the league against your rivals at their place, nevermind 1st loss of the season in the league and what a loss it was, hopefully this should give the boys a good kick up the ass with 2 vital league games to come. Thought that Probert was quality as was the Swede who one every 1st and 2nd ball in a packed midfield.

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