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Duchy League Results - Sat 15 Oct 2011


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Duchy League Results - Sat 15 Oct 2011

Thanks to Keith Franks, Fixtures Secretary Duchy League

KMD Developments Duchy Knockout Cup Round 1

Calstock 0 - 3 Fowey United

Lostwithiel 1 - 2 Polperro

Torpoint Athletic (AET) 3 - 1 Holywell & Cubert

Bodmin Sports Trophies Duchy League Cup Round 2

St. Minver 1 - 0 Queens Rangers

Premier Division

Altarnun 0 - 4 Bodmin Saints

Gunnislake 2 - 2 St. Cleer

Lamerton 5 - 1 Probus

St. Mawgan 2 - 2 Mevagissey

St. Newlyn East 2 - 6 Saltash United

First Division

AFC St. Austell 6 - 1 St. Dominick

Boscastle 1 - 4 Grampound

Looe Town 3 - 2 Week St. Mary

St. Columb Major 4 - 0 Pelynt

Second Division

Biscovey 10 - 2 St. Stephen

Gerrans & St Mawes United 1 - 2 St. Breward

Maker with Rame 3 - 2 Sticker

Lanreath 2 - 3 Pensilva

Premier Sixes 5 - 1 Lewdown Rovers

Third Division

AFC Bodmin 2 - 2 Gunnislake Reserves

Callington Town 1 - 5 Roche

Mount Charles 3 - 2 North Petherwin

Padstow United 1 - 1 Delabole United

Tregony 4 - 2 Tintagel

Fourth Division

Camelford 2 - 0 St. Mawgan Reserves

Charlestown Saints 4 -3 Calstock Reserves

Gorran N / R St. Teath

Pensilva Reserves 2 - 7 LC Phoenix

Pelynt Reserves 3 - 3 Wadebridge Town

Stoke Climsland 1 - 3 Lanivet Inn

Fifth Division

Grampound Reserves 3 - 1 Duke of Cornwall

Lifton 8 - 1 Boscastle Reserves

Mevagissey Reserves 3 - 1 North Hill

St. Cleer Reserves 8 - 2 St. Newlyn East Reserves

St. Merryn N / R St. Neot

Southgate 3 - 1 Torpoint Comrades

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St. Columb Major 4 - 0 Pelynt

St.Columb enjoyed a sixth successive league victory, accounting for unbeaten top-of-the-table rivals Pelynt with an accomplished performance at The Recreation Ground.

Early encounters reflected the fact that both teams wanted to keep their record intact and it wasn't until the 9th minute that Major's David Rabone had the first chance when his header bounced harmlessly wide of the target. With the home pitch in fine condition along with perfect weather for football, both sides took a fairly relaxed approach to the game until a crucial five minute period influenced the outcome of this important league fixture.

St. Columb's goalkeeper had to be alert to smother a long ball and when Jean Francois slipped when attempting to clear, Pelynt failed to capitalise and were ultimately punished. On the half-hour mark Pelynt thought they'd taken the lead when a free-kick from the half-way line was expertly turned home on the volley only to be thwarted by an offside flag. St. Columb responded with an incredible five minute period that resulted in three goals for the home side; when Alex Bicknell's throw found brother Aaron, top goalscorer Dom Roberts collected his cross and smashed home an unstoppable finish at the near post to give St. Columb the advantage. Just two minutes later Major had doubled their lead; Rabone's touch and pass found midfielder Jamie Tipton who turned his marked and curled a fine left foot strike from the edge of the area that sailed into the top corner.

An outstanding five minutes were completed when Alex Bicknell beat the offside trap and unselfishly squared a pass to striker Rabone to sidefoot an emphatic finish into the roof of the net from close range. Bicknell almost added a deserved fourth goal when his run along the right wing resulted in some fine skill to beat the defender, only for his goalbound strike to be blocked by a smart save. Tipton was denied another goal in first half stoppage time when his late run into the box was halted with a fine last-ditch tackle.

Pelynt had done very little wrong in the first half and the quality of finishing ultimately made the difference, with the away side working hard and playing some fine football despite the arrears. The second half proved to be more of a formality as St. Columb sought to kill the game off; there was a very poor challenge immediately from kick-off which resulted in a booking within a matter of seconds and Pelynt should have reduced the margin when a tame header leapt up off the turf resulting in Anton Lake tipping the ball into the air; Adam Weller reacted quickest to head the ball out from underneath the crossbar and the resulting finish sailed high and wide from a matter of yards.

Both teams had an opportunity on the hour mark as Jean Francois headed straight at the keeper who watched on as his fumble was cleared under pressure; Pelynt were guilty of squandering another fine opportunity when a deep corner was wildly slashed over the bar from close range. Five minutes on Rabone showed how it is done when he collected the ball on the edge of the area and calmly side-footed past the isolated goalkeeper for his second and St. Columb's fourth. Major were in command and Dom Roberts was unlucky not to add a fifth goal when his fine turn and run resulted in a low drive that was smartly stopped by the visiting goalkeeper with an outstretched boot. Anton Lake ensured a much-needed clean sheet when he comfortably turned a low free-kick around the post and Pelynt were fortunate to finish with ten men when a clear dive from their already booked midfielder went unpunished.

The hard working Alex Bicknell had two fine opportunities to wrap the game up with a fifth, only to be denied by a fine challenge and a dragged finish that slid wide of the far post. Major are gathering momentum and are delighted with their win over a well organised Pelynt side that have had an outstanding season so far.

Newquay Logs and Coal man of the match - Jean Francois

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AFC Bodmin 2-2 gunnislake

Bodmin played well for 75 mins of the game but gifted 2 goals in a shocking period of the second half. Heads didn't drop though and we battled back to gain a point. Mike Horne with both goals for AFC. Well done to gunnislake who battled well despite being under pressure for large parts of the game, cracking bunch of lads.

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Pensilva 2 LC Phoenix 7

After last week's debacle, Phoenix posted a much needed three points in a comfortable away win against a Pensilva side looking to go top of Division 4. Paul Daymond opened the scoring for Launceston College Phoenix with a fine angled shot. Jake Collings put the alumni team two goals to the good before Pensilva fashioned themselves a decent scoring opportunity which they duly took. Skipper Ryan Cox increased the Phoenix lead from a Jake Collings' corner. Phoenix dominated the second half with a further goal from Jake Collings and another superb hat-trick from Dave Sharpe. Pensilva grabbed a late consolation but Phoenix looked very good for their money today: when they play with this level of energy and committment they're difficult to contain.

The White Hart Hotel Man of the Match Award: Ryan Cox

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Camelford 2 - 0 St Mawgan

Good win for the camels with brothers Piper getting the goals.

Camelford were the only team at the races today piling on pressure from start to

finish. We really should of scored a hatfull but struggled to net, George Hughes

going closest in the first half with a superb strike.Camels finally broke the deadlock

through Dan Piper midway through the second half with his brother Ross scoring

the second after proving to be too much for the tiring defence after coming on

for the last half hour.St Mawgan had a player sent off with fifteen to go, for annoying

the ref for 75 minutes, which turned out to be their manager!Strange example to set to his charges.

Well done camels keep it up.

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ST Mawgan 2 - 2 Mevagissey

Darren Roose scored two for Mawgan, one from the penalty spot, an own goal and Chris Dingle replied for Meva. Wasnt at the game but been informed Mawgan missed four or five sitters and some shocking defending two minutes from the end allowed Dingle to turn in the box onto his left and only foot to equalize.

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Lamerton 5 - 1 Probus

A beautiful afternoon at Cardwell Park was the setting for a much needed win for Lamerton who had a shocking weekend previous crashing out of the Devon Intermidate Cup 3-1 to Mainstone on Saturday and then a even more shocking performance on Sunday in the Launceston Cup first round loosing to Ashwater 5-2.

Probus started the brighter and Lamerton were under the cosh for the first 10 minutes of the game. Lamerton did manage to settle themselves and looked confident on the ball playing some nice one and two touch passing through out the park with Rich Searle working tirelessly and Kev pethick spreading the ball around with through balls for the front pairing of Lowe and Maine who were outstanding throughout the game. Also a good deal of width was used as Vanstone and Steer were exceptional on the wings.

Lamerton have conceeded some stupid goals lately but looked solid in the back line an Daniel in goal picked up any loose through balls.

Lamerton took the lead through Alex Mayne with a well taken goal before doubling the lead through Steer with a a cool finish slotting past the keeper.

The 2nd half started as the 1st had finished with Lamerton playing confidently, although the Probus forward broke through on to be denied by Daniel with a double save of high order.

This spurred Lamerton on an the third was scored by the left back Jamie Montgomery when the ball was crossed into the box from the right and he smashed a left foot volley back across the goal and into the bottom corner.

At 3-0 Probus were awarded a penalty and finished from the spot to bring the score back to 3-1.

Lamerton pressed on and Mayne scored his secound of the game.

With no way back for Probus Lamerton scored the 5thy through good work and unselfishness from Blair Vanstone as he could of smashed home (but probably would of missed again inside the box!) but he squared it to Alex Lowe to cap off a quality performance with a goal.

Lamerton played some nice football today and need to maintain that as the season progresses the players have the ability to do this but sometimes lack the confidence which they had no problem with today.

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ST Mawgan 2 - 2 Mevagissey

Darren Roose scored two for Mawgan, one from the penalty spot, an own goal and Chris Dingle replied for Meva. Wasnt at the game but been informed Mawgan missed four or five sitters and some shocking defending two minutes from the end allowed Dingle to turn in the box onto his left and only foot to equalize.

Dingle one and only foot ?? You obviously dont know him, he can use both feet very well !!! Just a class player who can strike a ball from anyway on the pitch.

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ST Mawgan 2 - 2 Mevagissey

Darren Roose scored two for Mawgan, one from the penalty spot, an own goal and Chris Dingle replied for Meva. Wasnt at the game but been informed Mawgan missed four or five sitters and some shocking defending two minutes from the end allowed Dingle to turn in the box onto his left and only foot to equalize.

Dingle one and only foot ?? You obviously dont know him, he can use both feet very well !!! Just a class player who can strike a ball from anyway on the pitch.

I know he can, as does everyone else who has played with or against him, it was a respectful comment not a dig

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Charlestown Saints 4 - 3 Calstock

4x super goals from Pete Thomas - 1x Penalty, 1x free kick, 1x tap in, 1x turn of the defender and smash home. With a severely understrength squad, im very proud of the lads who are adapting to our system nicely now and are showing superior fitness against all comers, in the last 10.

Calstock picked up their first defeat of the season, but by judging by the general quality of the side - they will be right amongst it (with us hopefully) come May. For us, its a continuation of a recent good form, where we are forgetting three terrible defeats at the start of the season and pushing on with a new system which is working against the stronger sides in our division.

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pelynt had 3 key players missing for the top of the table clash on saturday. Tom Marjeram and mark facey both on holiday marcuz metters was injured and jon hill was on soccer AM. all 4 players have played a key part to the season so far so hopefully when pelynt play them at home in november it will be a closer game!

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