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Duchy league Results - Sat Sept 8th 2012


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Many thanks to Keith Franks, Fixtures Secretary Duchy League

Please enter your results and post-match comments below

Premier Division

Calstock 1 - 3 Mevagissey

Fowey United 2 - 2 AFC St. Austell

Lamerton 3 - 1 Bodmin Saints

Probus 2 - 3 St. Mawgan

St. Columb Major 6 - 2 St. Newlyn East

Saltash United 2 - 2 St. Cleer

First Division

Grampound 1 - 2 Godolphin Atlantic

Looe Town 1 - 2 Biscovey

Polperro 6 - 1 Maker with Rame

Pensilva 2 - 2 Altarnun

St. Dennis 1 - 0 Week St. Mary

St. Dominick 5 - 3 Gunnislake

Second Division

AFC Bodmin 1 - 1 Sticker

Lanreath 1 - 2 Boscastle

Padstow United 1 - 0 North Petherwin

Premier Sixes 2 - 2 Lostwithiel

Queens Rangers 3 - 0 Gerrans & St. Mawes United

Third Division

Callington Town P - P Calstock Reserves

Camelford 0 - 1 Stoke Climsland

Delabole United N / R Roche

Holywell & Cubert 3 - 3 St. Stephen

LC Phoenix 10 - 2 Tregony

Lanivet Inn 0 - 8 St. Minver

Fourth Division

Gunnislake Reserves 1 - 5 Torpoint Comrades

North Hill 2 - 1 Mevagissey Reserves

St. Cleer Reserves 7 - 0 Pensilva Reserves

St. Teath P - P Lifton (Unable to raise a team)

Tintagel 2 - 1 Gorran

Wadebridge Town P - P Grampound Reserves

Fifth Division

Altarnun Reserves P - P Southgate

Duke of Cornwall 4 - 7 St. Columb Major Reserves

North Petherwin Reserves 2 - 3 Tregrehan Mills

Pelynt Reserves 4 - 2 St. Merryn

St. Mawgan Reserves 7 - 1 St. Newlyn East Reserves

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Major reserves squandered a two goal half-time advantage and were required to recover a second half deficit, responding with four late goals to claim their first three points of the season in a bizarre league game against Duke of Cornwall.

Major made a bright start in the afternoon sunshine and Jay Tipton's long throw almost forced an early own goal. Moments later, in almost identical circumstances, Tipton's long throw was turned into the net by an unfortunate defender for the opening goal. Major looked a little vulnerable at times and gave away a soft penalty that was well saved by Elliot Clarke, who was frustrated to see the rebound bundled home for the equaliser. Despite not being at their best, Major looked threatening going forward and two fine crosses from Luke Worrell resulted in near-identical headed finishes from Tipton and Casey Laity providing a two goal cushion. It was apparent that there were more goals to follow but the second half certainly threw up a few surprises and some fine finishing.

Duke of Cornwall made headway when a fine team move resulted in a neat volley across the goalkeeper and parity was restored when Major failed to clear a corner and from the resulting goalmouth scramble the ball appeared to be handled before Duke of Cornwall capitalised, driving home the loose ball for a deserved equaliser. At this stage the three points were in the balance and the hosts went ahead for the first time when a deep cross was headed back across goal into the path of a team mate who took his opportunity with a smart finish.

Major looked out of sorts yet dragged themselves back into the game when Jay Tipton struck a low drive from the corner of the crowded area to set up a nervous end to the game. Major had a late offside flag come to their rescue along with two fine saves from Clarke; second half substitute Tom Jayne was on hand to loop a stunning header over the goalkeeper having been picked out by another long throw from Tipton. Makeshift striker Paul Drinkwater put the icing on the cake or the visitors in the closing minutes, slotting the ball through the goalkeeper's legs for his first, followed by a fine finish on the turn for Major's seventh and final goal to bring a dramatic second half to a conclusion.

Man of the match - Jamie Tipton

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LC Phoenix 10 Tregony 2

This was a excellent performance for the Launceston College alumni team against an equally youthful Tregony side with real promise and positive footballing principles.

Phoenix goalscorers:

Dan Castle 2

Jon Bye 2

Josh Nancarrow 1

Jack Basford 1

Luke Williams 1

Nick Oldaker 3

The White Hart Hotel Man of the Match Award: Jon Bye- an excellent performance that at times unnerved the Tregony defence and bred confidence throughout the Phoenix team.

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JJ Jones Duchy Football League from Michael Newcombe

Probus lost their first Premier Division game of the season with St.Mawgan snatching a late 3-2 win. Probus were two up in twenty minutes from Ross Vicary and Sam Bullen, before the visitors got in the game. St.Mawgan pulled things level with two set piece headed goals from Sean Lambart and Tom Vose. Probus went close to the winner five minutes from time, but Vicary’s effort hit a post and then with just a couple of minutes to play Probus keeper Bill Holland’s kick out was charged down and Mike Old forced home the winner.

St.Columb Major took and early lead from a third minute Aaron Hawken free kick in their derby match with St.Newlyn East. The visitors drew level when the home keeper was booked after fouling an attacker in the box. Luckily he was going away from goal and just received a caution, but Harry Payne scored the resultant penalty. Newlyn had the better of the later stages of the first half and started brightly in the second with Liam Dent putting them ahead on forty-seven minutes. A frustrated Major manager Andy Bicknell made substitutions and these had the desired affect. Adam Weller headed them level after a sixty-fifth minute free kick and a minute later they regained the lead when Will Bennetts headed in a Scott Wheadon cross. Two minutes later Dom Roberts scored the fourth with substitute Matt Jones adding the fifth in the seventy-seventh minute. Dom Roberts completed a 6-2 win for the home side with his second of the day.

Leaders AFC St.Austell title credentials were on the line with a visit to reigning champions Fowey United and a two all draw will be well received by the visiting supporters. Jamie Martin scored a brace for Fowey with Phil Hutchings and Luke Patton scoring for St.Austell.

There was joy at last for Lamerton after three successive defeats they got of the mark with Simon Kelly scoring a hat trick in the 3-1 defeat of Bodmin Saints, which were also their first goals of the season. Krzysztop Kruszewski scored the visitors consolation.

Mevagissey won 3-1 at Calstock. Glyn James, Chris Dingle and Martin Davy scored for the visitors with Richard Rouse pulling one back for Calstock.

Saltash United will be disappointed with a two all home draw with St.Cleer. Lee Jacketts and Scott Summerfield scored for the hosts with the visitors replying through Alex Isted and an own goal.

Godolphin Atlantic have made a bright start in Division One and scored a second successive away victory with a 2-1 win at Grampound. This was excellent game of good football, which was evenly fought. Grampound started to gain the ascendancy before half time and took the lead two minutes before the break from Martin Lloyd. The second half was again very even, but two defensive mistakes cost Grampound the points. They allowed a man to beat three defenders on a left wing run before Steve Knowles converted the incoming cross. Ben Colquhoun scored the winner again dismissing some frail home defensive work. Grampound forced hard for the equaliser, but couldn’t break the Godolphin defence.

St.Dominick had the better of the first half play, but trailed one nil at the break to Gunnislake. The home side started the second half in determined fashion and Steve Cottingham headed home from a corner ten minutes in to equalise. Cottingham headed a second corner shortly after to put them ahead. Playing some neat football they scored a third through Stefan Paull, which was followed by the goal of the game when Scott Coombe drilled the ball in the top corner, which drew applause from all quarters. Phil Screech made it five, but their concentration lapsed and Gunnislake hit back to reduce the final arrears to 5-3. Mike King scored a brace for Gunnislake with Scott Paskins getting their other goal.

Pensilva and Altarnun shared the spoils from a two all draw in a fairly even game. The visitors took an eighth minute lead when Danny Moore volleyed home a following a free kick with a nice finish from eighteen yards. Pensilva were level within five minutes when Steve Rendle put Karl Gross’ cross away. Altarnun were awarded a penalty fifteen minutes into the second half, but Moore’s kick hit a post, but they were ahead five minutes later when Neil Tryner beat the offside trap. Pensilva hit back hard and five minutes later Rendle chipped his second over the keeper.

St.Dennis picked up their first points of the season after Jake Hughes scored the only goal in the opening ten minutes at home to Week St.Mary.

Looe Town started with a superb win last week so they will feel deflated after losing 2-1 at home to Biscovey. Luke Lane scored the home goal, but goals from Chris Burns and Martyn Jones gave Biscovey the spoils.

Colin Wilson scored a brace and Dan Ball added a brace as Polperro hammered Maker with Rame 6-1. Dave Sharp was the remaining home scorer with Richard Washburn getting the Maker consolation.

AFC Bodmin were held one all at home by Sticker in Division Two. Sam Pollard scored for Bodmin with Matt Searle getting the Sticker goal.

Boscastle picked up a first win with Martin Seldon and an own goal giving them a 2-1 success at Lanreath.

A first win also for Padstow United with Johnny Murt scoring the only goal of the game at home to North Petherwin.

Leaders Lostwithiel lost a last second goal at Premier Sixes to deprive them of a win as the game ended at two all. Lostwithiel took a first half lead, but Sixes got back in the game in the last twenty minutes of the half and equalised through Josh Mitchell. It was all Sixes at the start of the second half with a couple of chances cleared off the line to put them into the lead, just as it looked like P6 would grab the next goal to win the game, Lostwithiel took advantage of some individual errors in the P6 defence to restore their lead. From this point P6 threw players forward in search of an equaliser which played into the hands of Lostwithiel who made the most of the extra space in the P6 half. Lostwithiel had the better chances to kill the game off but couldn’t put the ball into the back of the net. P6 were awarded a free-kick in the last minute and with virtually every player in the Lostwithiel area Craig Harvey pounced to fire into the top corner to tie the game up at 2-2.

Ryan Johns scored a brace and Josh Rowe added a further goal as Queen Rangers beat Gerrans & St.Mawes United three nil.

LC Phoenix and St.Minver already look the teams to beat in Division Three. Leaders Phoenix thrashed Tregony 10-2 with Nick Oldaker hitting a hat trick and Dan Castle and John Bye scoring a brace apiece. Jack Basford, Luke Williams and Josh Nancarrow completed their scoring with Kieran Davey and Andy Barnes getting the visitors consolations.

St.Minver hit eight without reply at Lanivet Inn. Jason Northcott scored a brace with the other goals shared between Dan Witts, Joe Robinson, Ben Beesley, Paul Dingle, Richard Simmons and Chris Simmons.

Holywell/Cubert Athletic put in a frustrating performance in their home clash with St.Stephen, but did fight back from a 3-1 deficit to record a three all draw. Simon Holmes, Tom Hargreaves and Lachlan Brace scored for the hosts replying to a Matt Spry brace and a Stewart May goal for St.Stephen.

Dan Jones scored the games only goal as Stoke Climsland won at Camelford.

In Division Four Tintagel picked up a first win with a narrow 2-1 win over Gorran. Kev Jeskins and Shaun Keeble scored for Tintagel with Albert Savage replying.

Torpoint Comrades won 5-1 at Gunnislake reserves with Curtis Evans and Nick Clarke scoring a brace apiece. Greg Pearce completed the visitor’s tally with Wayne Stephens scoring the home consolation.

Jason Ridgment scored both goals as North Hill overcame Mevagissey reserves 2-1. Ryan Morcom replied.

St.Cleer reserves hit seven without reply against Pensilva reserves. Any Cobb scored a brace against his former teammates with Karl Tamblyn, Jack Ostle, Simeon Webb, Duane Williams and an own goal completing the rout.

Tregrehan Mills stay top of Division Five after their 3-2 win at North Petherwin reserves with Dean Seville scoring a brace and Diogo Reis adding a further goal. Scott Crichton scored a brace for the home team in reply.

Pelynt reserves had a fine 4-2 win over St.Merryn. James Shead, David Allsey, Damian Mutton scored for Pelynt with an own goal completing their tally. St. Merryn replied with a Kelvin Hayes brace.

Luke Haynes hit a hat trick as St.Mawgan reserves beat St.Newlyn East reserves 7-1. Richard Burton, Lee Bryant, Darren Allum and Kevin Pearce added the remaining home goals with Chris Symon getting the Newlyn consolation.

St.Columb Major reserves picked up a first win since their return to the league with an amazing 7-4 score-line at Duke of Cornwall. Major squandered a two-goal lead and found themselves trailing before four late goals secured the points. James Tipton and Paul Drinkwater scored a brace apiece for Major with their remaining goals coming from Casey Laity, Tom Jayne and off a Duke defender. Dean Dingle scored a brace for the hosts with Mark Nagle and Leon Trudgeon also on target.

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People may be interested to know that 3 of our players were to "f*** off" by our referee today. My club has spent a lot of time and effort trying to ensure our players are respectful towards the men in black and to see and hear this was very disappointing. These actions of the ref did not affect the result, I am pleased to say, but will be cited in our report for giving a low mark. I do not expect any outcome or even feedback as we have never had any in the past.

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Probus 2-3 st mawgan

Playing away to probus after last weeks loss to fowey (who showed there quality and will be the this years team to beat) is never a easy place to go. With the home sides pitch in great condition and having some good results it was not really a suprise they put us under pressure from the start, racing into a 2 goal lead.

With buttsy being brave in a header knowing he was going to get caught it gave st mawgan a free kick close to the box. With a half decent ball in the box mawgan skipper Shaun lambert powered a header to give mawgan a a goal back. From that point mawgan grew in belief and started to give the hosts a lot of problems. Shauny and James Olsen linking up well and bringing the rest of the team into the game. Another free kick this time from the other side was played in and mawgans man of the match Tom Vose powering a header to bring the vistiors level. Mawgan finished the half the strongest and at half time believed we would be going on to win the game.

Probus came out in the second half and started the better getting on top. Mawgan dug in and showed some good spirit and fight to hang in there. Apart from the the odd chance or two for mawgan it was probably more probus. With a couple of incodents involving the probus stricker and mawgan goal keeper probus will feel hard done by for not having a penalty and mawgan subbing there keeper and having there emergency 4th choice keeper in goal. With not long of the match to go mawgans water carrier chased down a lost cause to get his reward by the goal keeper kicking the ball at him resulting in a tap in for moulder.

Thank you to probus for there hospitality wish them well for the season ahead.

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Probus 2-3 st mawgan

Playing away to probus after last weeks loss to fowey (who showed there quality and will be the this years team to beat) is never a easy place to go. With the home sides pitch in great condition and having some good results it was not really a suprise they put us under pressure from the start, racing into a 2 goal lead.

With buttsy being brave in a header knowing he was going to get caught it gave st mawgan a free kick close to the box. With a half decent ball in the box mawgan skipper Shaun lambert powered a header to give mawgan a a goal back. From that point mawgan grew in belief and started to give the hosts a lot of problems. Shauny and James Olsen linking up well and bringing the rest of the team into the game. Another free kick this time from the other side was played in and mawgans man of the match Tom Vose powering a header to bring the vistiors level. Mawgan finished the half the strongest and at half time believed we would be going on to win the game.

Probus came out in the second half and started the better getting on top. Mawgan dug in and showed some good spirit and fight to hang in there. Apart from the the odd chance or two for mawgan it was probably more probus. With a couple of incodents involving the probus stricker and mawgan goal keeper probus will feel hard done by for not having a penalty and mawgan subbing there keeper and having there emergency 4th choice keeper in goal. With not long of the match to go mawgans water carrier chased down a lost cause to get his reward by the goal keeper kicking the ball at him resulting in a tap in for moulder.

Thank you to probus for there hospitality wish them well for the season ahead.

did chipper have to bring his gloves out of retirement

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Premier Sixes 2-2 Lostwithiel (Duchy 2)

As one of the Lostwithiel players I have to say how gutting it felt to draw this game after conceding a last minute equaliser! I felt we should have wrapped up the game earlier but missed some great chances. A 4-1 scoreline would have been a reflection of the game but that's how football goes when u don't take your chances. To be fair P6's had a couple goal line scrambles early in the 2nd half so could have gone ahead at the time but after that Lostwithiel really dominated the game as we did for the majority of the game. Felt like a defeat to us walking off the pitch as we put in a very good performance but a draw away at a title contender in the context of the season has to be seen as a good result! Scorers for Lostwithiel were Kai Stone and James Hutchings. Gotta say that P6's are a well organised team and very tidy going forward. The lad Probert upfront was a constant menace for us. Good luck to Premier Sixes for the rest of the season.....have a feeling we'll both be up there fighting for the title this season.

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People may be interested to know that 3 of our players were to "f*** off" by our referee today. My club has spent a lot of time and effort trying to ensure our players are respectful towards the men in black and to see and hear this was very disappointing. These actions of the ref did not affect the result, I am pleased to say, but will be cited in our report for giving a low mark. I do not expect any outcome or even feedback as we have never had any in the past.

u could put a report on here like i did last season,that got feedback just not the type i wanted lol,£35 fine n 2 match ban
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Premier Sixes 2-2 Lostwithiel (Duchy 2)

As one of the Lostwithiel players I have to say how gutting it felt to draw this game after conceding a last minute equaliser! I felt we should have wrapped up the game earlier but missed some great chances. A 4-1 scoreline would have been a reflection of the game but that's how football goes when u don't take your chances. To be fair P6's had a couple goal line scrambles early in the 2nd half so could have gone ahead at the time but after that Lostwithiel really dominated the game as we did for the majority of the game. Felt like a defeat to us walking off the pitch as we put in a very good performance but a draw away at a title contender in the context of the season has to be seen as a good result! Scorers for Lostwithiel were Kai Stone and James Hutchings. Gotta say that P6's are a well organised team and very tidy going forward. The lad Probert upfront was a constant menace for us. Good luck to Premier Sixes for the rest of the season.....have a feeling we'll both be up there fighting for the title this season.

Pretty accurate round up Morcs. I shot us in the foot by rotating the 11 that beat AFC Bodmin the week before to give a couple of the subs a run out and they just weren't up to it and that cost us as we were defensively alot poorer than a week earlier. The early injury to last season's top scorer Mitchell and then Tom Currah didn't help either.

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Probus 2-3 st mawgan

Playing away to probus after last weeks loss to fowey (who showed there quality and will be the this years team to beat) is never a easy place to go. With the home sides pitch in great condition and having some good results it was not really a suprise they put us under pressure from the start, racing into a 2 goal lead.

With buttsy being brave in a header knowing he was going to get caught it gave st mawgan a free kick close to the box. With a half decent ball in the box mawgan skipper Shaun lambert powered a header to give mawgan a a goal back. From that point mawgan grew in belief and started to give the hosts a lot of problems. Shauny and James Olsen linking up well and bringing the rest of the team into the game. Another free kick this time from the other side was played in and mawgans man of the match Tom Vose powering a header to bring the vistiors level. Mawgan finished the half the strongest and at half time believed we would be going on to win the game.

Probus came out in the second half and started the better getting on top. Mawgan dug in and showed some good spirit and fight to hang in there. Apart from the the odd chance or two for mawgan it was probably more probus. With a couple of incodents involving the probus stricker and mawgan goal keeper probus will feel hard done by for not having a penalty and mawgan subbing there keeper and having there emergency 4th choice keeper in goal. With not long of the match to go mawgans water carrier chased down a lost cause to get his reward by the goal keeper kicking the ball at him resulting in a tap in for moulder.

Thank you to probus for there hospitality wish them well for the season ahead.

did chipper have to bring his gloves out of retirement

Reluctantly yes, for about 15 mins. Clean sheet as well

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