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Half-Times

AFC St Austell (Theo Stubbs, 8 & Mike Body, 10) 2-1 Ivybridge Town (Joe Truelove, 30)

Buckland Athletic (Liam Moseley, 40) 1-1 Falmouth Town (Jaime Mudge, 44)

Liskeard Athletic (Dean Smith, pen 45) 1-1 Bodmin Town (Shane Krac, 37)

Plymouth Parkway (Sam Cooper, 25) 1-1 Camelford (Ryan Pooley, 21)

No word from Cullompton Rangers - Royal Marines as of yet.

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AFC St Austell (Theo Stubbs, 8/Mike Body, 10/Nick Campbell, 50) 3-1 Ivybridge Town (Joe Truelove, 30)

Buckland Athletic (Liam Moseley, 40 & 70/Danny Gaze, 66) 3-2 Falmouth Town (Jaime Mudge, 44/Own Goal)

Cullompton Rangers 3-1 Royal Marines

Liskeard Athletic (Dean Smith, pen 45) 1-3 Bodmin Town (Shane Krac, 37/Ben Smallridge, 50/Adam Carter, 64)

Plymouth Parkway (Sam Cooper, 25) 1-1 Camelford (Ryan Pooley, 21)

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CSWPL PREMIER DIVISION Tuesday April 17

Buckland 3 - 2 Falmouth

Cullompton 2 - 1 Royal Marine

Liskeard 1 - 3 Bodmin

Parkway 1 - 1 Camelford

St Austell 3 - 1 Ivybridge

1 Bodmin 33 31 0 2 123 34 89 93

2 Buckland 33 25 5 3 105 45 60 80

3 Falmouth 34 21 6 7 105 53 52 69

4 Launceston 35 21 6 8 74 41 33 69

5 Saltash 33 20 5 8 94 51 43 65

6 Parkway 33 20 4 9 79 39 40 64

7 Liskeard 33 18 5 10 64 42 22 59

8 St Austell 33 17 5 11 71 52 19 56

9 Torpoint 34 16 3 15 47 57 -10 51

10 Tavistock 34 13 8 13 67 65 2 47

11 Elburton 34 14 5 15 56 63 -7 47

12 Camelford 33 14 3 16 53 59 -6 45

13 Witheridge 34 13 4 17 50 58 -8 43

14 Dartmouth 34 11 7 16 49 65 -16 42

15 Bovey Tracey 36 10 7 19 47 75 -28 37

16 Cullompton 34 10 6 18 55 71 -16 36

17 Penzance 35 7 3 25 34 93 -59 24

18 St Blazey 35 7 2 26 39 93 -54 23

19 Ivybridge 34 5 4 25 42 107 -65 19

20 Royal Marine 36 2 2 32 26 117 -91 6

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Parkway 1 - Camelford 1. ( 1-1 half time ).

Both teams put a good shift in last night in very difficult conditions. Wet , windy and the pitch was extremely slippery.Camelford took the lead with a neatly slotted goal after a defender slipped and the ball sat up nicely leaving just the keeper to beat. Sam Cooper showed great strength to score the equaliser shortly after. The second half saw Parkway throw everything at Camelford to try and get the winner .

I would say Parkway had a good 6-8 clear cut chances to win this game and could not get break through the stubborn Camelford defense. I feel Parkway were the stronger team but to be fair both teams gave a good 100% hardworking performance. I am impressed with our recent signing Sam Cooper and thought the second team centre back Foster had a great game. We still need points if we are to secure a top six spot.Next game - away to Launceston ..........

Cmon Parkway.

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Buckland Athletic 3 (Moseley 2 gaze ) Falmouth Town 2 ( Mudge /Og ) ( 1-1 half time )

An excellent game of football last night at Homers Heath served up by two very good footballing sides.

Despite the somewhat “inclement weather” (we actually thought we would see the game possibly abandoned at one point) the sides put on a display, which was a superb advert for the standard of football in this league.

On a pitch, which was showing worse for the soaking it got in the game against Camelford on Saturday and heavy overnight rain, the passing and movement from both sides was a delight to watch.

After once again failing to put away a bag full of open chances, Buckland finally opened the account with a well-worked goal from Liam Moseley mid way through the first half.

The lead was short lived however, and this seems to be following a pattern this season with Buckland.

A defensive mix up saw former Buckland player Jamie Mudge ( yes he was on our books I believe ) on the half hour mark, catch Bucklands keeper Kenny Gritthis off his line and a superb lob saw Falmouth level the scores.

With both teams playing good attacking football and a worsening pitch due to very heavy showers the sides resumed battle where they had left off.

But it was Falmouth who stunned the Heath after a shot from Jamie Devine saw Gary Fisher hook the ball into his own net.

I have seen Buckland capitulate several times this season when we have taken the lead then gone behind, but not last night!

They came at Falmouth and put them under sustained pressure for a good period.

The equaliser came from a superb run from Danny Gaze who hit a stinging low left footed drive past the keeper.

Just three minutes later with Buckland still pushing, Chris Wright laid off a good through ball to see Liam Moseley score the eventual winner.

We are now just two points away from certain promotion to the Western Premier League with five games remaining and can seal it at Witheridge on Saturday, although I am sure they will also be out to spoil the party !!

My Man Of The Match as to go to Liam Moseley and a word of praise for Karl Green who stepped up from the reserves in place of the injured Cameron Kelly and did a superb job at Centre Half.

A few “new faces” in the Falmouth line up last night, would be interesting to see the team sheet ?

COYY :yahoo:

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A few “new faces” in the Falmouth line up last night, would be interesting to see the team sheet ?

J. Chapman, D. Magee, J. Devine, C. Menhenick, K. Hill, H. Nodwell (S. Reed), W. Quinn, D. Green, J. Mudge, M. Drummond, M. Vercesi.

Sub not used: N. Macintosh

I think the only new player since you last played Town is Wayne Quinn, and last night was not his debut.

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According to the Falmouth web site the team that played against buckland at saltash in the Throgmrton cup semi final was J. Chapman. S. Winnman. K. Turner. C. Menhenick. L. Rundel. R. Pope. M. Hollands D. Green. D. Magee. M. Drummond. M. Vercesi with subs used L. Worth and N. Macintosh. This leaves M+K right in the fact that there were 5 changes on tuesday since the last meeting J. Devine. K. Hill. H. Nodwell. W.Quinn. and S. Reed [ used sub ] very observant M+K you must watch a lot of the buckland games to notice this. By the way good luck in the western league next season.

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According to the Falmouth web site the team that played against buckland at saltash in the Throgmrton cup semi final was J. Chapman. S. Winnman. K. Turner. C. Menhenick. L. Rundel. R. Pope. M. Hollands D. Green. D. Magee. M. Drummond. M. Vercesi with subs used L. Worth and N. Macintosh. This leaves M+K right in the fact that there were 5 changes on tuesday since the last meeting J. Devine. K. Hill. H. Nodwell. W.Quinn. and S. Reed [ used sub ] very observant M+K you must watch a lot of the buckland games to notice this. By the way good luck in the western league next season.

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According to the Falmouth web site the team that played against buckland at saltash in the Throgmrton cup semi final was J. Chapman. S. Winnman. K. Turner. C. Menhenick. L. Rundel. R. Pope. M. Hollands D. Green. D. Magee. M. Drummond. M. Vercesi with subs used L. Worth and N. Macintosh. This leaves M+K right in the fact that there were 5 changes on tuesday since the last meeting J. Devine. K. Hill. H. Nodwell. W.Quinn. and S. Reed [ used sub ] very observant M+K you must watch a lot of the buckland games to notice this. By the way good luck in the western league next season.

Devine has been at Falmouth Town all season and this was his second game against Buckland. Nodwell played in the league game at Bickland.

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