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Many thanks to Keith Franks, Fixtures Secretary Duchy League

KMD Developments Duchy Knockout Cup Round 1

Premier Sixes P - P Week St. Mary

Premier Division

AFC St. Austell 4 - 0 St. Cleer

Mevagissey P - P Lamerton

St. Columb Major 2 - 1 Probus

St. Newlyn East 8 - 3 Calstock

Saltash United 9 - 2 Bodmn Saints

Torpoint Athletic 2 - 1 St. Mawgan

First Division

Godolphin Atlantic 2 - 2 Pelynt

Grampound 2 - 3 Biscovey

Pensilva 9 - 2 Gunnislake

Looe Town 5 - 2 Altarnun

Polperro 4 - 0 St. Dominick

St. Dennis 3 - 7 Maker with Rame

Second Division

AFC Bodmin 0 - 4 Boscastle

Gerrans & St. Mawes United 1 - 4 Lostwithiel

North Petherwin 7 - 1 Foxhole Stars

Padstow United 8 - 0 Lanreath

St. Breward 2 - 0 Queens Rangers

Third Division

Callington Town P - P St. Stephen

Calstock Reserves P - P Camelford

Holywell & Cubert 2 - 1 Stoke Climsland

Lanivet Inn P - P Roche

LC Phoenix P - P St. Minver

Welcome Inn P - P Delabole United

Fourth Division

Gorran 3 - 2 Gunnislake Reserves

Lifton P - P Wadebridge Town

North Hill 1 - 0 Torpoint Comrades

St. Cleer Reserves 2 - 0 Grampound Reserves

St. Neot 5 - 2 Tintagel

St. Teath 2 - 10 Mevagissey Reserves

Fifth Division

Altarnun Reserves P - P St. Mawgan Reserves

Pelynt Reserves 2 - 2 North Petherwin Reserves

St. Merryn 2 - 2 Southgate

St. Minver Reserves 5 - 4 Duke of Cornwall

Tregrehan Mills 2 - 4 St. Columb Major Reserves

Veryan 15 - 1 St. Newlyn East Reserves

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Saturday 6th October 2012

KMD Developments Duchy Knockout Cup Round 1

Premier Sixes

P - P

Week St. Mary

Premier Division

AFC St. Austell

4 - 0

St. Cleer

Mevagissey

P - P

Lamerton

St. Columb Major

2 - 1

Probus

St. Newlyn East

8 - 3

Calstock

Saltash United

9 - 2

Bodmn Saints

Torpoint Athletic

2 - 1

St. Mawgan

First Division

Godolphin Atlantic

2 - 2

Pelynt

Grampound

2 - 3

Biscovey

Pensilva

9 - 2

Gunnislake

Looe Town

5 - 2

Altarnun

Polperro

4 - 0

St. Dominick

St. Dennis

3 - 7

Maker with Rame

Second Division

AFC Bodmin

0 - 4

Boscastle

Gerrans & St. Mawes United

1 - 4

Lostwithiel

North Petherwin

7 - 1

Foxhole Stars

Padstow United

8 - 0

Lanreath

St. Breward

2 - 0

Queens Rangers

Third Division

Callington Town

P - P

St. Stephen

Calstock Reserves

P - P

Camelford

Holywell & Cubert

2 - 1

Stoke Climsland

Lanivet Inn

P - P

Roche

LC Phoenix

P - P

St. Minver

Welcome Inn

P - P

Delabole United

Fourth Division

Gorran

3 - 2

Gunnislake Reserves

Lifton

P - P

Wadebridge Town

North Hill

1 - 0

Torpoint Comrades

St. Cleer Reserves

2 - 0

Grampound Reserves

St. Neot

5 - 2

Tintagel

St. Teath

2 - 10

Mevagissey Reserves

Fifth Division

Altarnun Reserves

P - P

St. Mawgan Reserves

Pelynt Reserves

2 - 2

North Petherwin Reserves

St. Merryn

2 - 2

Southgate

St. Minver Reserves

5 - 4

Duke of Cornwall

Tregrehan Mills

2 - 4

St. Columb Major Reserves

Veryan

15 - 1

St. Newlyn East Reserves

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Pensilva 9-2 Gunnislake - Pensilva Scorers - Sam Rogers 4, Jack Podmore 3, Jonny Filbey & Martyn Putt: Gunnislake Scorers - Ryan James & Darren Benfield.

Great performance from Pensilva today, but got to give gunnislake alot of respect who kept battling to the end and are great bunch of lads i wish Andy and his team all the best for the season.

Also got to mention the Referee Ian spurling who played a tremendous piece of advantage in the second half which i know a lot referees would of blown for the earlier foul absolute pleasure to see.

Tony (pensilva manager)

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JJ Jones Duchy Football League from Michael Newcombe

AFC St.Austell stay top of the Premier Division after defeating St.Cleer four nil. The first half was even and goalless with St.Cleer contributing to the quality of the football. Phil Hutchings was left with an open goal to roll the ball into the net from the edge of the area for the opener. He then added a second with a thirty-yard free kick. St.Cleer refused to lie down and came back in the match, but conceded a third when Mike Body was put through. The home sides fourth came when the visiting keeper fumbled a corner into his own net.

St.Columb Major edged match with Probus 2-1. The first half was evenly fought but goalless. Dom Roberts broke the deadlock four minutes into the second half with a good finish, but Probus restored parity within two minutes when Ben Keevil met a corner with a good header. St.Columb got on top after this setback and capitalised on a defensive error in the seventy-first minute with Aaron Hawken restoring their lead. Scott Wheadon also went close near the end, hitting a post.

Torpoint Athletic had the use of The Mill for their home game with St.Mawgan and won 2-1 with Graham O’Neill scoring a late winner. They scored an early goal through Lewis Pacey, but were pegged back with a Darren Roose. There was little to chose between the sides when O’Neill swooped to claim the points.

Josh Fedrick scored four goals as Saltash United overwhelmed Bodmin Saints 9-2. Tony Jane and Lee Jacketts added a brace apiece with Lewis O’Rourke completing the home scoring. Brian Kelly and Shaun German scored the visitor’s consolation goals.

Two winless and troubled sides at the bottom of the division met with St.Newlyn East overcoming Calstock 8-3. The visitors who were unable to raise a side last week made seven signings before the game, but were sunk by Liam Dent rediscovering his shooting boots as he netted four times. Russell Withers added a brace with Chris Ballett and Ryan Polmounter getting a goal apiece. Calstock replied through James Charlton and one of the debutants Lawrence New was also on target.

Grampound played poorly in the first half as they lost their home Division One match against Biscovey 2-3. The host’s were not in the contest before the break, but did take a surprising tenth minute lead when Peter Thomas got on the end of a Shane Weeks flick on. Biscovey deservedly equalised through an own goal when a shot ricocheted off Tim Peers into the net and went ahead five minutes later when after a free kick the home defence failed to close down James Cutlan who fired into the top corner. Biscovey added a third when the home keeper punched a cross into his own net. Grampound were better after the break although they failed to threaten the opposition a great deal. They did have two goals disallowed for offside before Thomas scored his second a couple of minutes from time to set up a frantic conclusion.

A first win of the season for Maker with Rame as after four successive defeats they won 7-3 at St.Dennis. It was a stronger Maker side for this game as they sought to turn over their awful start to the season. Ben Wilkes scored a brace with Richard Washburn, Luke Jones, Zack Rosen, Mike Anastassion and Tai Lau completing their tally. Paul Rowe scored a brace with Stuart Bell claiming the other home goal.

Gunnislake switched their game to Pensilva after their home pitch was waterlogged and would have regretted the switch after a 9-2 trouncing. Ryan James actually gave Gunnislake a twenty-first minute lead from a well-taken free kick. This woke the home side from their slumbers with Sam Rogers scoring a hat trick in seven minutes. Martin Putt chipped the keeper for the fourth with Rogers getting his fourth six minutes before the break. Pensilva made a slow start to the second half with Gunnislake firing right back at them. Darren Benfield headed in a corner ten minutes after the restart, but this only inspired the home side to respond with Jack Podmore firing a quick brace. Jon Filbey came off the bench to dribble in the host’s eighth before superb work between Rogers and Podmore led to the latter completing his own hat trick.

Leaders Polperro stay on top after Andy Cordner hit a brace in a four nil home defeat of St.Dominick. Colin Wilson and Lee Collins added further goals.

Matt Barton and Robbie Spencer tormented Altarnun with a double apiece as Looe own beat the visitors 5-2. Sam Smith and Tom Goslin replied.

Godolphin Atlantic and Pelynt shared four goals. Unfortunately they didn’t share any other information.

Two of the joint leaders in Division Two met at North Petherwin where the home side put in a terrific second half performance to win 7-1. There was no sign of a walkover in the opening half as Foxhole took the lead with a good team move converted by Tom Hicks. Petherwin managed to level before the break but it was an evenly fought game. Two goals early in the second half changed the complexion of the match and the home side scored with virtually everything they created. Callum Reeve scored a hat trick, which came as a bit of surprise to the home supporters as he had only scored four goals all last season. Andi Sleeman came on as a substitute and also scored a hat trick within fifteen minutes with Andy Faulkner converting a late penalty to complete the rout.

Fellow joint leaders Padstow United featured in another high scoring game at Jury Park as the home side scored eight against a very spirited Lanreath side. There was nothing to choose between to the sides in the opening twenty minutes as the hosts made a slow start. However this all changed in the twenty-fifth minute when Kyle Tippett opened the scoring following some good work down the right wing from young Richie McOwen. A second soon followed when Johnny Murt beat a couple of defenders before slotting the ball into the far corner of the net giving the young Lanreath keeper no chance. Padstow really started to dominate possession and a third followed on thirty-eight minutes when left back Danny Jobson starting the moved down the left continued his run into the area and as the ball arrived at his feet he hit an unstoppable drive into the roof of the net. There was now a danger of another glut of goals for the home side but Lanreath defended really well and thanks to some fine saves from their young keeper kept the score at three. However it was only a matter of time before Padstow increased their lead and two more quick goals just before the break wrapped the game up for Padstow thanks to another from Johnny Murt and Sean Blows. Padstow made changes at halftime bringing on Dave Trestain & Russell McOwen and they were soon in the thick of the action. After a good run down the left Russell played the ball into the path of Murt but the keeper only parried his shot and Harry Calvesbert was on hand to scramble the ball home. Man of the Match, Richie McOwen hit a tremendous free kick but the defensive wall did its job and the player it hit would have known about it!! Not long after Murt completed his hat trick and Jake Charles scored his first of the season finishing well from 12 yards. There could have been far more for Padstow but some desperate defending denied them.

St.Breward beat Queens Rangers two nil with two late goals in an even contest of two battling sides. Mike Cherrill opened the scoring with a goal on his debut in the seventy-fifth minute and the win was confirmed when Richard Brown in his first match of the season scored five minutes from time.

Boscastle have started poorly so their four nil win at AFC Bodmin where Darren Hambly featured with a hat trick came as a big surprise. Am Capstick completed the scoring.

James Hutchings was another visiting hat trick scorer as Lostwithiel romped to a 4-1 win at Gerrans & St.Mawes United. Dan Carr scored his first of the season to complete the away scoring with Chris Thomas hitting the home consolation.

Holywell Bay/Cubert Athletic closed the gap on the leading pack in Division Three by defeating Stoke Climsland 2-1. Peter Bruce gave the home side the lead in a tight match with Rob Cleveland grabbing an equaliser. There was just fifteen minutes left when Simon Holmes hit a cracking goal to give the hosts the spoils.

North Hill maintained leadership of Division Four with Kieran Ryder scoring the only goal of their top of the table clash with previously unbeaten Torpoint Comrades.

Richie James scored four goals and Paddy Collins and Dan Brady added a brace apiece as Mevagissey reserves completed a comprehensive 10-2 victory at St.Teath. The remaining away goals came from Eli O’Brien and an own goal with Dan Edwards and Jonny Strout replying for the beleaguered hosts.

St.Cleer reserves beat Grampound reserves two nil with Simeon Webb and Jack Mote on target.

St.Neot ended the unbeaten start of Tintagel with Adam Gregory scoring four of their goals in a 5-2 win. Adam King scored the other home goal from the spot.

Jack Bray-Smith scored all three goals as Gorran defeated Gunnislake reserves 3-2.

Kevin Allen scored a last minute equaliser to give St.Merryn a two all home draw in Division Five against Southgate Seniors. Ashley Rescorla had given the hosts the lead, but two quick fire goals from Tom Wyman and Nathan Farrer turned the fortunes around. St.Merryn have been a little disappointing so far this term, so Allen’s last gasp leveller could turn their season around.

Justin Trebilcock scored five goals as Veryan swamped St.Newlyn East reserves 15-1. Alex Piperithis, Simon Holmes and Bobby Lee-Johns added a brace apiece with Gary Wheildon, Oliver Young, Oliver Johns and an own goal completing the rout. The unfortunate visitors were awarded a penalty for their consolation scored by Adam Laker.

Duke of Cornwall were four nil down at one stage at St.Minver reserves, fought back, but still were on the end of a 5-4 loss. Ben Cleave scored a brace for St.Minver with Mike Green, Matt Webster and Shaun Cunningham getting a goal apiece. Dean Dingle sparked the fight back with another hat trick with Mark Nagle also finding the target.

Pelynt reserves and North Petherwin reserves fought out a two all draw. Alex Rice scored both home goals with Sam Stockdale and Paul Penny replying.

St.Columb Major reserves are the new leaders after a 4-2 success at Tregrehan Mills. Luke Weldhen scored a brace with Luke Worrall amongst the other scorer’s. Tregrehan replied with goals from Dean Seville and Helder Barros.

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Tregrehan Mills 2 - 4 Major Reserves

St. Columb Major enjoyed another fine win over Tregrehan Mills having met for the second time in consecutive weekends.

Depleted Major were forced to make a number of changes to the side that enjoyed a narrow (if not fortuitous) victory the weekend previous, with younster Elliot Webber making an impressive debut alongside the returning Michael Rabone who joined John Middleditch in the back three. Major also welcomed back locals Ollie Kernick and Luke Wheldhen to a much-changed eleven.

Major were quickest out of the blocks and a fine team move resulted in a low shot from Luke Worrall that slid past the goalkeeper and onto the base of the post to deny a quick-fire opener. It wasn't long before the visitors had carved out another gilt-edged chance and Ryan Worrall could have added a second within two minutes and yet somehow failed to capitalise after a fine turn in the area. Thankfully Major were not to be denied and another tidy move resulted in Luke Worrall poking the ball into the bottom corner to give the visitors a well deserved lead. The bizarre start continued when Kernick was tripped in the box, however, Worrall was unable to double his tally with his spot kick turned away with a fine save from the goalkeeper. Yet Tregrehan could have restored parity within the opening five minutes but found Major goalkeeper Elliot Clarke in fine form, with the visiting goalkeeper making an outstanding save to deny the hosts an equaliser.

Both sides were forced into early substitutions and the tempo of the game gradually settled with the visitors looked relatively comfortable with their lead, playing some tidy football against a side that were equally proficient with some neat pass and move football. Major substitute Steve Marsh made a fine contribution, providing a solid link between defence and attack and Major finally carved out an opportunity to extend their lead when Luke Worrall was impeded when through on goal; the referee pointed to the spot and opted to take no action against the defender. After some indecision, Jamie Tipton stepped up to slot the ball into the corner to double Major's advantage.

The hosts were quickest out of the blocks in the second half in exactly the same manner as the week before and Major's defence held firm. Despite a clear foul, Luke Worrall was able to recover the ball out on the right and a quick pass from Kernick was clinically dispatched by Weldhen with a low left-footed finish into the bottom corner having been left in acres of space. However, a momentary lapse allowed Tregrehan back into to game as dinked cross plugged in the long turf and substitute Helder Barros forced the ball past Clarke, seemingly using his elbow in the process. The goal stood and the game suddenly looked a little more like a contest after a fairly one sided opening.

Major continued to attack at every given opportunity and Weldhen added a stunning second and Major's fourth, beating a number of defenders on the outside before cutting inside to drive the ball home from close range. A lengthy delay followed after a serious looking injury was sustained and the game became slightly subdued. A long, searching pass was expertly dispatched late on by Dean Seville and The big target man had the opportunity to put the cat amongst the pigeons when he raced through late on and lofted his effort goalwards, beating Clarke but not the crossbar as the ball cannoned to safety.

After a disappointed opening game, Major have recorded four wins on the bounce, including two consecutive wins against a strong looking Tregrehan Mills team.

Man of the match - Steve Marsh

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I thought St Cleer played well today and totally deserved their 2-0 win over us.

Referee had an excellent game, explained all his decisions clearly and precisely when asked, and officiated with a sense of humour...top referee!

Any chance of mentioning his name to give him some real personal praise?

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I thought St Cleer played well today and totally deserved their 2-0 win over us.

Referee had an excellent game, explained all his decisions clearly and precisely when asked, and officiated with a sense of humour...top referee!

Any chance of mentioning his name to give him some real personal praise?

MARTIN SMITH (PLYMOUTH)
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St Brewerd 2-0 Queens Rangers.

We(Queens Rangers) gave 2 very sloppy goals away and gifted st.B with the win, both goals coming in the second half,the game was well contested by both teams,game slightly ruined by the Ref stoping the game every 2mins(i obviously understand why but very annoying when you just want to play)good food afterwards in the clubhouse.

Best of luck to St.Brewerd for the reat of the season(until we meet again)

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Foxholes result against North Petherwin......... sorry for the delay in any report from me, Ive just now come back from a weekend away which included playing in the game.

Credit to N. Petherwin, they are a good side and didnt stop.

What the official report doesnt tell you is that Foxhole had a perfectly good goal ruled out for offside, after our scorer ran past their right back and centre half to tap in a rebound!! Also, another goal disallowed from a quickly taken freekick, and the scorer booked for scoring..... also two blatant penalties ( that a couple other the N.Petherwin players agreed they shouldve been ) turned down, the first had the whistle in the refs mouth but he played an advantage when the ball was then going out to the right corner flag which their right back collected and cleared!!??? Some advantage that is Mr REF!!

Sadly, the referees performance, or lack of, got to a lot of the Foxhole team and as a team gave up. Any challenge we made was a foul, any 50 / 50 went to the home team.

The ref even had the nerve to laugh at us after the game asking ' what are you going to do about it ?? '

Now, I was wondering where the FA's respect campaign would sit on this issue??

Dont get me wrong, North Petherwin are a very good side, they didnt stop and made us pay for stopping as a team and took full advantage of the referees help by scoring at will come the end.

Ive been involved in football a long time but have seriously considered packing in after this. 2 days on from the game and Im still angry, not that we got beaten, but for the refs attitude towards us. I will add, he did book one of the North Petherwin players early in the first half for a challenge on me, which was never a foul let alone a booking..... he also booked their centre half, but then didnt do anything else after the same centre half committed foul after foul through out the rest of the game.

We will look forward to the return game where North Petherwin will be made welcome, and will enjoy hot showers, toilet facilities, our club house and hopefully a nuetral official.

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Foxholes result against North Petherwin......... sorry for the delay in any report from me, Ive just now come back from a weekend away which included playing in the game.

Credit to N. Petherwin, they are a good side and didnt stop.

What the official report doesnt tell you is that Foxhole had a perfectly good goal ruled out for offside, after our scorer ran past their right back and centre half to tap in a rebound!! Also, another goal disallowed from a quickly taken freekick, and the scorer booked for scoring..... also two blatant penalties ( that a couple other the N.Petherwin players agreed they shouldve been ) turned down, the first had the whistle in the refs mouth but he played an advantage when the ball was then going out to the right corner flag which their right back collected and cleared!!??? Some advantage that is Mr REF!!

Sadly, the referees performance, or lack of, got to a lot of the Foxhole team and as a team gave up. Any challenge we made was a foul, any 50 / 50 went to the home team.

The ref even had the nerve to laugh at us after the game asking ' what are you going to do about it ?? '

Now, I was wondering where the FA's respect campaign would sit on this issue??

Dont get me wrong, North Petherwin are a very good side, they didnt stop and made us pay for stopping as a team and took full advantage of the referees help by scoring at will come the end.

Ive been involved in football a long time but have seriously considered packing in after this. 2 days on from the game and Im still angry, not that we got beaten, but for the refs attitude towards us. I will add, he did book one of the North Petherwin players early in the first half for a challenge on me, which was never a foul let alone a booking..... he also booked their centre half, but then didnt do anything else after the same centre half committed foul after foul through out the rest of the game.

We will look forward to the return game where North Petherwin will be made welcome, and will enjoy hot showers, toilet facilities, our club house and hopefully a nuetral official.

unlike u 2 moan rich,ur starting 2 sound like alex ferguson lol
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