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Porthleven 3-2 St Dennis

Saints goals :

Carl ricks

Ryan Hayhurst

Well not alot I can say about this game other then I don't think we wanted to be there, porth easily deserved the win after fighting back from 2-0 down, we started well 1st 20 mins,the porth got their 1st goal and we just didn't look like taking control,

Well done to Porthleven, them along side penryn are the only 2 teams to do the double over us this season, looking forward to the cup final now hopefully we can have a nice end to the season, :)

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Ivybridge 9 - 2 Penzance

Ivybridge opened the scoring after 7 mins, but Pz were level again after 9 mins after the keeper spilled a free kick. Ivybridge regained the lead some 5 mins later and took total control of the game scoring 3 more before half time. To be fair they did play the better football and defended like they knew what they were doing.

HT 6 - 1

The 7th goal was along time in coming, some 20 mins into the 2nd half, however, Pz never gave up and pulled a goal back to make it 7 - 2. Ivybridge again took control and scored another 2 to make the score 9 - 2. Some of the crowd were calling for 10, if not for the keeper making some good saves it may have well been.

FT 9 - 2

Scorers: Joe Truelove 3, Steve Sutton 3, Sam Chitty, Max Scragg, Gary Simmons.

Crowd 50 who were sent away very happy.

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Buckland 5 Plymouth Parkway 3

Good game played on a heavy pitch, both teams tried to play footy, some good football, tackles and attitude from both teams.

We at Buckland Athletic would like to show great thanks to Plymouth Parkway for thier contribution to the Newton soccerbility day we had up homers today, where several disabled young football players were mascots for the game and all the Parkway

Players and officials, lined up with them for the pre game handshake, it certainly made a few young people's day.

And also the framed letter they gave us congratulating us on our promotion, this was something they didn't have to do, but was really appreciated. Hopefully we may see you in the next few seasons as you also look to go up the football pyramid.

Apologies for the pitch, but it took me and a couple others 5 hours to get game on, but no complaints from your players, there was some good stuff played at times as well!!

And hope the pasties and programme were to the bald ones liking?

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Buckland 5 Plymouth Parkway 3

Good game played on a heavy pitch, both teams tried to play footy, some good football, tackles and attitude from both teams.

We at Buckland Athletic would like to show great thanks to Plymouth Parkway for thier contribution to the Newton soccerbility day we had up homers today, where several disabled young football players were mascots for the game and all the Parkway

Players and officials, lined up with them for the pre game handshake, it certainly made a few young people's day.

And also the framed letter they gave us congratulating us on our promotion, this was something they didn't have to do, but was really appreciated. Hopefully we may see you in the next few seasons as you also look to go up the football pyramid.

Apologies for the pitch, but it took me and a couple others 5 hours to get game on, but no complaints from your players, there was some good stuff played at times as well!!

And hope the pasties and programme were to the bald ones liking?

The way Buckland started today we were worried that we were going to take a real hiding . Parkway were at the proverbial "sixes and sevens" and Buckland cut us to shreds at times , we were grateful for some wayward finishing , a clearance off the line and some smart keeping from Martin Piper to keep it at two at half time . We never had a sniff .

Parkway obviously had a strong cup of tea (and some strong words from a stern looking Wayne Hillson) at half time as a combination of us changing our game plan , upping our work rate ( and Buckland possibly lifting their foot off the gas) meant that we finally took the game to them .Sam Cooper in particular proving a handfull . Even a third Buckand goal didn't change the Parkway mood, the feeling was that Buckland were possibly wobbling . After Jon Heveran hitting the crossbar and Lee Doel having a one on one chance with the keeper well saved ,the goals finally came with Paul Heveran crashing in the first and Lee Doel slotting in a second soon after . Buckland showed their class soon after though by scoring a fourth and snuffing out the Parkway revival . The pattern of the first half was then resumed as Buckland dominated the play and created numerous excellent chances , before finally notching a fifth . Jon Wyatt showed what might have been by notching a well taken third for Parkway in the dying minutes .

Despite the result though , we really enjoyed our visit to Homers Heath . The off the field set up,ground facilities,professionalism of the non-playing staff and matchday program contribute to the feeling of a very progressive club that is intent on moving forward .They clearly show what other clubs need to aspire to . Good luck in the Western League for next season !

ps Superb ham,egg and chips before the game . The Bald One did not indulge , but Bald One Jr tucked into the homemade sausage rolls with gusto .

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CSWPL PREMIER DIVISION SAT APR 28

Bovey Tracey v Falmouth Town - postponed

Buckland Athletic 5 - 3 Plymouth Parkway

Dartmouth 1 - 4 Elburton Villa

Ivybridge Town 9 - 2 Penzance

Liskeard Athletic 3 - 2 Cullompton Rangers

Saltash United 2 - 3 St Austell

Torpoint Athletic 1 - 2 Camelford

Witheridge 0 - 4 Bodmin Town

Carlsberg South West Peninsula League Premier Division Table

P W D L F A Diff Pts

BODMIN TOWN 35 33 0 2 133 34 99 99

BUCKLAND ATHLETIC 36 27 5 4 118 52 66 86

FALMOUTH TOWN 36 23 6 7 113 55 58 75

SALTASH UNITED 37 23 5 9 108 55 53 74

LAUNCESTON 37 22 6 9 77 44 33 72

PLYMOUTH PARKWAY 35 21 4 10 85 45 40 67

LISKEARD ATHLETIC 36 20 5 11 71 52 19 65

ST AUSTELL 36 19 5 12 77 60 17 62

CAMELFORD 36 16 3 17 59 64 -5 51

TORPOINT ATHLETIC 36 16 3 17 49 64 -15 51

TAVISTOCK 37 14 8 15 76 73 3 50

ELBURTON VILLA 36 15 5 16 62 68 -6 50

WITHERIDGE 36 14 4 18 54 64 -10 46

DARTMOUTH* 37 12 7 18 54 73 -19 45

CULLOMPTON RANGERS 37 11 6 20 63 75 -12 39

BOVEY TRACEY 37 10 7 20 47 78 -31 37

ST.BLAZEY 37 8 2 27 41 97 -56 26

PENZANCE 37 7 3 27 36 108 -72 24

IVYBRIDGE TOWN 37 6 4 27 51 117 -66 22

ROYAL MARINES* 37 2 2 33 26 122 -96 61

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CSWPL DIVISION ONE WEST SAT APR 28

Dobwalls 1 - 3 Callington

Penryn 3 - 6 Newquay

Porthleven 3 - 2 St Dennis

1 Newquay 32 28 3 1 127 33 94 87

2 Helston 32 22 7 3 89 39 50 73

3 Penryn 31 21 4 6 87 33 54 67

4 Godolphin 32 18 8 6 64 29 35 62

5 VosperOV 30 17 9 4 86 33 53 60

6 Truro City 31 14 6 11 68 54 14 48

7 Callington 29 14 3 12 58 51 7 45

8 Plymstock 32 13 4 15 56 59 -3 45

9 St Dennis 31 12 6 13 65 65 0 42

10 Dobwalls 32 13 3 16 64 66 -2 42

11 Wadebridge 31 11 8 12 70 57 13 41

12 Porthleven 30 13 1 16 54 79 -25 40

13 Hayle 32 10 6 16 55 64 -9 36

14 Foxhole Star 31 8 7 16 49 68 -19 31

15 Holsworthy 32 8 2 22 46 58 -12 26

16 Perranporth 32 2 3 27 19 149 -130 7

17 Mousehole 32 2 0 30 26 146 -120 6

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CSWPL DIVISION ONE EAST SAT APR 28

Appledore 2 - 1 Uni Exeter

Budleigh 1 - 2 Crediton

ExeterCS 3 - 1 Sidmouth

StokeG 5 - 1 OtterySM

Teignmouth 1 - 1 Galmpton

1 Liverton 31 25 2 4 92 30 62 77

2 StokeG 32 22 5 5 109 57 52 71

3 Galmpton 31 20 5 6 81 50 31 65

4 Exmouth 32 18 5 9 77 40 37 59

5 Crediton 30 17 4 9 74 56 18 55

6 Alphington 31 17 4 10 69 52 17 55

7 Teignmouth 31 16 6 9 80 56 24 54

8 Okehampton 32 13 10 9 62 55 7 49

9 Newton Spurs 31 13 7 11 66 62 4 46

10 Tots&Darts 31 13 5 13 66 66 0 44

11 Budleigh 32 11 7 14 56 75 -19 40

12 Sidmouth 31 11 1 19 47 68 -21 34

13 Appledore 31 10 3 18 45 52 -7 33

14 ExeterCS 30 9 5 16 42 60 -18 32

15 Uni Exeter 30 7 8 15 52 63 -11 29

16 Axminster 32 2 1 29 33 124 -91 7

17 OtterySM 32 1 2 29 28 113 -85 5

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Buckland 5 Plymouth Parkway 3

Good game played on a heavy pitch, both teams tried to play footy, some good football, tackles and attitude from both teams.

We at Buckland Athletic would like to show great thanks to Plymouth Parkway for thier contribution to the Newton soccerbility day we had up homers today, where several disabled young football players were mascots for the game and all the Parkway

Players and officials, lined up with them for the pre game handshake, it certainly made a few young people's day.

And also the framed letter they gave us congratulating us on our promotion, this was something they didn't have to do, but was really appreciated. Hopefully we may see you in the next few seasons as you also look to go up the football pyramid.

Apologies for the pitch, but it took me and a couple others 5 hours to get game on, but no complaints from your players, there was some good stuff played at times as well!!

And hope the pasties and programme were to the bald ones liking?

Pasties ....................... I did not see any pasties ? But to correct Way of the Park , The BaldOne and BaldOne jnr did polish off a portion of cheesey chips each prior to kick off. Great set up you have and the programme was top class.

Not one of our better performances today , but the heavy pitch and the Buckland team played their part. The best team won this one and I have no regrets making the journey.

Well done to all at Buckland and good luck for next season.

Cmon Parkway, keep going lads.

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Regarding Todays SWP Premier match between Bovey Tracey and Falmouth Town - it was postponed

Anouncement followed after the above : "The earliest date I can reschedule is Wednesday 9th May, I know this means Falmouth having a long midweek journey again but thats really out of my hands, the kick off however will be 7.45pm to give them a bit longer to get there !"

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Torpoint 1 - 2 Camelford

A pretty lack lustre first half with Torpoint scoring the only goal of the half from the penalty spot.

Camelford came out looking a different team in the second period, had by far most of the possession and always looked dangerous on the attack. The two well taken goals were scored by Ryan Pooley and Marc Gusterson.

Thanks to Torpoint for their hospitality and a friendly welcome, especially from the clubhouse.

Another excellent three points for the Camels, taking their tally to over 50 points in their first season in the premier league and still with two games to go. Brilliant!

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CSWPL PREMIER DIVISION SAT APR 28

Bovey Tracey v Falmouth Town - postponed

Buckland Athletic 5 - 3 Plymouth Parkway

Dartmouth 1 - 4 Elburton Villa

Ivybridge Town 9 - 2 Penzance

Liskeard Athletic 3 - 2 Cullompton Rangers

Saltash United 2 - 3 St Austell

Torpoint Athletic 1 - 2 Camelford

Witheridge 0 - 4 Bodmin Town

1 Bodmin 35 33 0 2 133 34 99 99

2 Buckland 36 27 5 4 118 52 66 86

3 Falmouth 36 23 6 7 113 55 58 75

4 Saltash 37 23 5 9 108 55 53 74

5 Launceston 37 22 6 9 77 44 33 72

6 Parkway 35 21 4 10 85 45 40 67

7 Liskeard 36 20 5 11 71 52 19 65

8 St Austell 36 19 5 12 77 60 17 62

9 Torpoint 36 17 3 16 50 63 -13 54

10 Tavistock 37 14 8 15 76 73 3 50

11 Elburton 36 15 5 16 62 68 -6 50

12 Camelford 36 15 3 18 58 65 -7 48

13 Witheridge 36 14 4 18 54 64 -10 46

14 Dartmouth 37 12 7 18 54 73 -19 45

15 Cullompton 37 11 6 20 63 75 -12 39

16 Bovey Tracey 37 10 7 20 47 78 -31 37

17 St Blazey 37 8 2 27 41 97 -56 26

18 Penzance 37 7 3 27 36 108 -72 24

19 Ivybridge 37 6 4 27 51 117 -66 22

20 Royal Marine 37 2 2 33 26 122 -96 6

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Dave, I am pretty sure Camelford's point tally is 51 after todays win. Can you check this please? Thanks.

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Dartmouth 1 v 4 Elburton Villa

(0-2 ht)

Villa Scorers:

Michael Landricombe (3)

Sam Stevens

Well done lads great performance!

If you fancy a Sunday Morning game to start the day???

Barry Williams Memorial Trophy Final

Sunday 29/04/2012

Haye Road, 11am ko

Lakeside v Railway Inn

http://www.thisisplymouth.co.uk/Lakeside-aim-clinch-treble/story-15942459-detail/story.html

A lot of SWPL players on show!!!

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Regarding Todays SWP Premier match between Bovey Tracey and Falmouth Town - it was postponed

Anouncement followed after the above : "The earliest date I can reschedule is Wednesday 9th May, I know this means Falmouth having a long midweek journey again but thats really out of my hands, the kick off however will be 7.45pm to give them a bit longer to get there !"

this is a joke surely????????????
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