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Duchy League Results - Saturday, 19th November 2011


Dave Deacon
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Thanks to Keith Franks, Fixtures Secretary Duchy League

Saturday 19th November

Bodmin Sports Trophies Duchy League Cup Round 2

Charlestown Saints 0 - 1 Delabole United

Lewdown Rovers P - P Biscovey

Padstow United 1 - 4 Roche

Premier Division

Calstock 1 - 1 Fowey United

Gunnislake 1 - 2 Mevagissey

Lamerton 2 - 3 Altarnun

Probus 0 - 1 Bodmin Saints

Saltash United 5 - 3 St. Cleer

Torpoint Athletic N / R St. Mawgan

First Division

Boscastle 1 - 6 Polperro

Foxhole Stars 0 - 6 Bere Alston United

Grampound 1 - 3 St. Dominick

Looe Town 3 - 3 AFC St. Austell

Pelynt 1 - 2 St. Columb Major

Week St. Mary 6 - 1 St. Dennis

Second Division

Gerrans & St.Mawes United 0 - 2 Pensilva

Holywell & Cubert 1 - 1 Queens Rangers

Lanreath 2 - 0 St. Breward

Premier Sixes P - P Maker with Rame

St. Stephen N / R Sticker

Third Division

Callington Town P - P North Petherwin

Mount Charles 3 - 1 AFC Bodmin

St. Minver N / R Tintagel

Tregony 4 - 1 Gunnislake Reserves

Fourth Division

Camelford 4 - 1 Calstock Reserves

Lanivet Inn 1 - 6 LC Phoenix

St. Mawgan Reserves 1 - 4 Stoke Climsland

St. Teath 3 - 0 Pelynt Reserves

Wadebridge Town 2 - 2 Gorran

Fifth Division

Lifton 3 - 2 Grampound Reserves

North Hill 5 - 3 Torpoint Comrades

St. Cleer Reserves 2 - 1 Mevagissey Reserves

St. Neot N / R Boscastle Reserves

Southgate 0 - 5 St. Merryn

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Camelford 4 - 1 Calstock Res

The camels spirit is back with a gritty win against a

battleing Calstock.

Good game to be involved in well reffed again and

a match that hung in the balance for an hour.A goaless

first half was very even with both teams feelin out the other

Calstock blazed their couple of chances high with Fergie

Lessels having the best chance for Camelford forcing a

save on to the post from the Calstock keeper.

Second half started in a similar manner with Calstock

opening after good work from their striker which Camels

tried in vain to clear off the line.

Camels equalised through fox in the box Dan Piper

after quality free kick from midfield General Jamie Burnett

delivering in the perfect free kick for pipes to tap home.

Good to see the young striker notching up the goals again

as a reward for his tireless performances.

Carbon Copy for the next goal this time George Hughes

in the right place to convert from Burnett.

Camels lifted from here with Ross Piper adding two mire

first when through one on one and second from

an error with an attempted backpass to the calstock

keeper.Both thoroughly deserved after an energetic

display.Well done to the whole team, defence srarting

to look a formidable unit with tidy play all afternoon.

Overall an enjoyable match.

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Pelynt 1 - 2 St. Columb Major

Pelynt's 100% home record was halted by unbeaten St. Columb Major after a mediocre top of the table clash. Pelynt's defensive approach and Major's lack of cutting edge, a possible by-product of having Shaun Lawrence and joint top scorer David Rabone missing, resulted in a fairly dull encounter that did not reflect the quality that both sides have demonstrated so far this season.

After a quiet opening spell, Major crept into the lead with a scrappy goal from Alex Bicknell; Tom Hunter's searching cross from the left was met by Bicknell and although his effort was blocked by the goalkeeper, Bicknell reacted quickest to poke the ball home from close range. St. Columb were looking fairly comfortable despite not being at their best and were shocked to concede a penalty when the referee noticed a push in the area following a Pelynt set piece. Anton Lake, who had been largely untroubled, was unfortunate not to the keep spot-kick out, but there was enough power for the ball to find the bottom corner for a fairly unlikely equaliser. The game quickly reverted back to the uneventful encounter from early on and Pelynt marginally shaded the closing minutes of the half with two chances that failed to test the visiting goalkeeper.

The game needed a moment of quality and Major's Jean Francois delivered an exceptional finish that ultimately secured three points for the visitors. Francois, who had been relatively quiet during the first half, was left unmarked in midfield and created space with his first touch and unleashed an unstoppable rising strike from twenty five yards that flashed past the goalkeeper and into the top corner to catch the home team out within a minute of the restart.

The remainder of the game failed to live up to a goal of that quality; both sides failed to create anything of note, with the home side labouring against the slope as the light started to fade. Major's defensive line-up of Weller, Atkinson, Bicknell and Hawken provided another solid performance which ultimately proved adequate to protect the narrow margin.

Major will be pleased to have taken six points from a side that will certainly have an influence on the league table come the end of the season.

Newquay Logs and Coal man of the match - Jean Francois.

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Pelynt 1 - 2 St. Columb Major

Pelynt's 100% home record was halted by unbeaten St. Columb Major after a mediocre top of the table clash. Pelynt's defensive approach and Major's lack of cutting edge, a possible by-product of having Shaun Lawrence and joint top scorer David Rabone missing, resulted in a fairly dull encounter that did not reflect the quality that both sides have demonstrated so far this season.

After a quiet opening spell, Major crept into the lead with a scrappy goal from Alex Bicknell; Tom Hunter's searching cross from the left was met by Bicknell and although his effort was blocked by the goalkeeper, Bicknell reacted quickest to poke the ball home from close range. St. Columb were looking fairly comfortable despite not being at their best and were shocked to concede a penalty when the referee noticed a push in the area following a Pelynt set piece. Anton Lake, who had been largely untroubled, was unfortunate not to the keep spot-kick out, but there was enough power for the ball to find the bottom corner for a fairly unlikely equaliser. The game quickly reverted back to the uneventful encounter from early on and Pelynt marginally shaded the closing minutes of the half with two chances that failed to test the visiting goalkeeper.

The game needed a moment of quality and Major's Jean Francois delivered an exceptional finish that ultimately secured three points for the visitors. Francois, who had been relatively quiet during the first half, was left unmarked in midfield and created space with his first touch and unleashed an unstoppable rising strike from twenty five yards that flashed past the goalkeeper and into the top corner to catch the home team out within a minute of the restart.

The remainder of the game failed to live up to a goal of that quality; both sides failed to create anything of note, with the home side labouring against the slope as the light started to fade. Major's defensive line-up of Weller, Atkinson, Bicknell and Hawken provided another solid performance which ultimately proved adequate to protect the narrow margin.

Major will be pleased to have taken six points from a side that will certainly have an influence on the league table come the end of the season.

Newquay Logs and Coal man of the match - Jean Francois.

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Lanivet Inn 1 LC Phoenix 6

Launceston College Phoenix showed glimpses of their real potential in this sound thrashing of last year’s Duchy 5 league winners, Lanivet Inn.

Quick and purposeful from the outset, Phoenix dominated proceedings, especially up front where Jake Collings, Dave Sharpe and Matt Brookes caused the Lanivet defence all kinds of problems. Sharpe was particularly sharp, with a brace of goals; the first a delightful turn in the box and low shot into the corner of the goal. Brookes netted a goal himself and ran the Lanivet midfield and defence ragged; culminating in a series of free kicks or penetrating runs that pegged the home team deep in their own half.

Lanivet sustained an injury to their keeper, but the feeling remains they would have struggled keeping a team from scoring when they’re in the kind of mood Phoenix so clearly were. Dan Castle took advantage of the makeshift Lanivet keeper and shot speculatively from 40 yards to grab his first goal of the season.

The second half predictably saw Lanivet attempt a rally of sorts, and a fortuitous goal from the home side reminded Phoenix they still had work to do. The introduction of Paul Daymond for Phoenix yielded dividends soon after as he latched onto a Dan Braunton pass to claim his fourth goal in as many games. Jon Bye then netted another for Phoenix with a superb thirty five yard drive and thus ensuring the alumni team walked away with all three points in this convincing victory.

Lanivet showed their seriousness throughout though and chased a further consolation goal but the Phoenix defence proved equal to its attack and midfield today. Performances like this are promising indeed.

The White Hart Hotel Man of the Match Award: Dave Sharpe

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Abit late due to login problems but calstock drew 1.1 with a great fowey side saturday credit to both sides played some lovely football really happy with the way my lads (calstock) are geling and hopefully are good form continues away to st mawgan tomorrow a tough trip so fingers crossed we come home with the 3 points.

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