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Friday 5th October - Newquay v Plymouth Parkway.


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Newquay 1 (watkins 87) - 4 parkway ft. On a very wet night at mountwise newquay were second best to everything to a very good parkway team. blackler kept newquay in the game 1st half with 5/6 good saves although he did spill a hard and low shot straight at him from which cooper scored. It was 2 barely 5 mins into the second half from a header, by cooper again, who was unmarked at a corner. It soon became 3 from a richards shot and 4 by daw. Penhaligon was a spectator most the night with 1 easy save from a header low to his left but was beaten on 87 minutes by watkins who did well to finish from a tight angle. Ash looked good for his 65/70 mins. Only the second time ive seen parkway and they played well, didn't give newquay a sniff and thouroughly deserve their 3 points. Quite a few watching given the shocking weather.

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Fourth win on the trot and only two points dropped so far this season . Parkway got the first probably against the run of play as it was Newquay who started the brighter , from then on it was a text book away win . Solid defending , good possession football and quick conversion of defence into attack .

Good to see Sam Cooper among the goals , that will do him a power of good . Jamie Bass and Mark Berry were both bright on the flanks , Warren Daw and Lance Bailey continue to impress in central midfield and Jon Heveran led a solid backline .

Myself and The Bald One stood amongst the Newquay fans in the second half , heard one remark that this Parkway side were the best team to visit Newquay for a long time .

No "stars" and no "ego's" in this side ,just a bunch of players who really seem to want to be there and are growing together .

Special mention for the tasty pasty at half time , and the pitch that showed no signs of cutting up despite the constant downpour the match was played in .

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