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Duchy 1

Grampound 2-1 Gunnislake

Grampound missed a host of chances before Gunni pulled one back when Al Woodman put through his own goal with 5 minutes left.

Duchy 4

St Neot 2-4 Grampound Res.

A really good win for Grampound Reserves. Well done, boys.

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Boscastle 1 - 3 Major Reserves

St. Columb Major secured a fifth consecutive league victory after an unconvincing display at Boscastle. The hosts were playing their first league game at home and made a solid start in search of their first points of the season, although there was very little to concern Major goalkeeper Eliot Clarke in the opening 45 minutes.

Major looked disjointed and had to settle for the occasional moment of flair that had projected the newly assembled team to the top of the division; whilst Boscastle demonstrated desire, the long grass and heavy pitch meant that moments of quality were few and far between. Thankfully Major captain Jamie Tipton intervened, chesting down a cross field pass, smashing an outrageous half volley into the top corner from twenty five yards when clean through on goal for an early goal of the season contender.

Major were in the ascendency and it didn't take long before the second goal came along; Luke Worrall whipped in a neat corner from the left and defender Craig Hayes rose highest to head home from close range. Whilst it wasn't the prettiest football, the visitors are making a knack of effectively taking control of games even if they are not at their best. Despite enjoying some pressure late on, Boscastle were unable to breach a relatively solid looking Major defence and Luke Worrall was denied in the closing minutes when his swirling long range strike was clawed away by the Boscastle goalkeeper for the save of the game. There was still time for two late opportunities for both sides; a half-chance went begging for the hosts when a cross flashed across Clarke's goal without being converted and Tipton appeared to be clattered from behind when through on goal, with the match official indicating that the ball had been won with a goal kick awarded as a consequence.

The second half was a poor advert for Duchy football. Major looked to exploit the gaps that were starting to appear yet had to rely upon some defensive resilience as Boscastle looked to drag themselves back into the game. Despite being under pressure during the early stages of the second period, Major added a third when Tipton's searching cross sailed over the goalkeeper to fortuitously offer a little breathing space. A double substitution for the visitors almost immediately backfired as Ryan Worrall became embroiled in an off-the-ball altercation that went unobserved by the referee. Further incidents occurred and Worrall was penalised, albeit harshly, for another clash as two players fought for the ball whilst on the ground. The resulting dispute between both players meant that Major were not properly organised and the set piece sailed over the defence, missing everyone whilst plugging in the turf to trickle into the bottom corner for an equally fortuitous consolation for the hosts. Major then needlessly found themselves down to ten as Worrall was given his marching orders for an inexplicable verbal attack on the referee.

The game deteriorated further when Major broke from defence after absorbing pressure from the hosts; as the counter attack was forming, Luke Worrall appeared to run the ball out of play on the left with no flag from the assistant. A subsequent foul-mothed rant resulted in another straight red card to make it ten against ten as an utterly forgettable game petered out.

Man of the match - Jamie Tipton. Stunning goal.

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Polperro 2-0 Looe

Wilson 2 (1pen)

Despite a strong start for Looe and our inability to match their workrate during the 1st half, we did manage to create a few openings and we went in at the break 1 up after a blatant push gave us our pen.

We were a lot better in the 2nd half and it was a bit more evenly matched, although Looe did manage to create a few more openings. With about 10 minutes to go Colin Wilson wrapped up the points, when put through on goal he first tried to chip the advancing Aaron Rix in the Looe goal who managed to get a hand to it. However the ball dropped back to Wilson who put the ball in the empty net.

In the final minute I gave away a penalty after making a save at the feet of the Looe player who had found space in our area. I must admit that I did catch him but only after I'd made the save and the ball had gone out for a corner, I saw it that both our momentum took us into the collision but there you go. I guessed right though and although Matt Barton's pen was well struck, I kept it out and we kept our 2nd league clean sheet in a row.

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On a slightly different note, very pleased to see that Boscastle have been able to develop their facilities; gone are the spider sheds and there is a nice new set of changing rooms in the making. Bit surprised to find that fixtures are being played with no showers or toilet facilities. A collective sigh of relief from the anti-shower brigade!

One very interesting observation from today's game. Two red cards - both needless and deserved - in a game without a single booking and in truth very few fouls (well, ones that were given anyway!)

At the end of the game the match official approaches the red-carded player from the home team and tells him that he won't be sending in the red card. Although certainly not something that the individual involved had any influence over, this kind of behaviour makes a mockery of having a process in place for dealing with the kind of conduct that makes rubbish games like this afternoon even worse. Disappointing stuff.

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St.Minver 7 Roche 0

Roche faced a uphill task when Micheal Kempthorne got the 1st goal early on. The task was even harder when a goal bound shot was saved by the hand of an outfield player, the ref had little choice but to show red a give the penalty, this was dispatched with confidance by Ben Beesley. 2 nil and 10 man Roche defened doggedly for a good while, with hal-time approaching Chris Simmons delivered the killer blow with Minvers 3rd. Minver gave nothing away at the back, the midfield to use one of the Roache players words "we were chacing shadows". There was little Roache could do Further goals from Ben Beesley, Jason Northcott, Joe Robinson & Richard Simmons sealed a workman like game for Minver.

Sharps Brewery Man-of-the-Match went to Paul Dingle.

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Boscastle 1 - 3 Major Reserves

St. Columb Major secured a fifth consecutive league victory after an unconvincing display at Boscastle. The hosts were playing their first league game at home and made a solid start in search of their first points of the season, although there was very little to concern Major goalkeeper Eliot Clarke in the opening 45 minutes.

Major looked disjointed and had to settle for the occasional moment of flair that had projected the newly assembled team to the top of the division; whilst Boscastle demonstrated desire, the long grass and heavy pitch meant that moments of quality were few and far between. Thankfully Major captain Jamie Tipton intervened, chesting down a cross field pass, smashing an outrageous half volley into the top corner from twenty five yards when clean through on goal for an early goal of the season contender.

Major were in the ascendency and it didn't take long before the second goal came along; Luke Worrall whipped in a neat corner from the left and defender Craig Hayes rose highest to head home from close range. Whilst it wasn't the prettiest football, the visitors are making a knack of effectively taking control of games even if they are not at their best. Despite enjoying some pressure late on, Boscastle were unable to breach a relatively solid looking Major defence and Luke Worrall was denied in the closing minutes when his swirling long range strike was clawed away by the Boscastle goalkeeper for the save of the game. There was still time for two late opportunities for both sides; a half-chance went begging for the hosts when a cross flashed across Clarke's goal without being converted and Tipton appeared to be clattered from behind when through on goal, with the match official indicating that the ball had been won with a goal kick awarded as a consequence.

The second half was a poor advert for Duchy football. Major looked to exploit the gaps that were starting to appear yet had to rely upon some defensive resilience as Boscastle looked to drag themselves back into the game. Despite being under pressure during the early stages of the second period, Major added a third when Tipton's searching cross sailed over the goalkeeper to fortuitously offer a little breathing space. A double substitution for the visitors almost immediately backfired as Ryan Worrall became embroiled in an off-the-ball altercation that went unobserved by the referee. Further incidents occurred and Worrall was penalised, albeit harshly, for another clash as two players fought for the ball whilst on the ground. The resulting dispute between both players meant that Major were not properly organised and the set piece sailed over the defence, missing everyone whilst plugging in the turf to trickle into the bottom corner for an equally fortuitous consolation for the hosts. Major then needlessly found themselves down to ten as Worrall was given his marching orders for an inexplicable verbal attack on the referee.

The game deteriorated further when Major broke from defence after absorbing pressure from the hosts; as the counter attack was forming, Luke Worrall appeared to run the ball out of play on the left with no flag from the assistant. A subsequent foul-mothed rant resulted in another straight red card to make it ten against ten as an utterly forgettable game petered out.

Man of the match - Jamie Tipton. Stunning goal.

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JJ Jones Duchy Football League from Michael Newcombe

Saturday 20th October 2012 Junior Cup Round 1

AFC St. Austell (P) 5-0 Week St. Mary (1)

Foxhole Stars (2) 2-1 Calstock (P)

Gorran (4) ? Pensilva (1)

Kilkhampton (KL) 1-2 North Petherwin (2)

Saltash United (P) 2-4 Godolphin Atlantic (1)

Southgate (5) 4-0 Camelford (3)

Stoke Climsland (3) 0-6 St. Columb Major (P)

Torpoint Comrades (4) 0-3 Bodmin Saints (P)

Bodmin Sports Trophies Duchy League Cup Round 1

St.Teath (4) 1-0 Tregony (3)

Premier Division Lamerton 3-0 St. Mawgan

St. Cleer P-P Fowey United

Torpoint Athletic P-P Mevagissey

First Division Altarnun 3-2 St. Dennis

Grampound 2-1 Gunnislake

Pelynt 3-6 Biscovey

Polperro 2-0 Looe Town

Second Division Gerrans & St. Mawes United 2-3 AFC Bodmin

Padstow United 1-0 Sticker

Premier Sixes 2-0 Boscastle

Queens Rangers 1-2 Lanreath

St. Breward 0-2 Lostwithiel

Third Division Calstock Reserves P-P Holywell & Cubert

Lanivet Inn 4-3 St. Stephen

St. Minver 7-0 Roche

Fourth Division Gunnislake Reserves 4-1 St. Cleer Reserves

Mevagissey Reserves 1-0 Lifton

North Hill 1-1 Wadebridge Town

St. Neot 2-4 Grampound Reserves

Tintagel 0-3 Pensilva Reserves

Fifth Division Boscastle Reserves 1-3 St. Columb Major Reserves

Duke of Cornwall 2-3 North Petherwin Reserves

St. Mawgan Reserves 2-2 St. Minver Reserves

St. Newlyn East Reserves 7-5 Altarnun Reserves

Tregrehan Mills 2-6 St. Merryn

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Padstow 1 Sticker 0

A very entertaining game at Jury Park between 2 evenly matched teams.

Nothing in it for the first 15 minutes with both defences on top.

Padstow finally brought a save out of the Sticker keeper, Ryan Holland, when he dealt really well with a dangerous cross from Russell McOwen on the Padstow left.

Neither team could find the final pass but the game flowed from end to end.

Padstow took the lead right on halftime when the away defence tried to play the ball out from the back but Holland was closed down really well by Russell McOwen and the ball fell for Simon Press who coolly finished with his right foot. A nice way to celebrate his birthday! :yahoo:

The second half started with Padstow looking for a second and Holland made 2 superb saves from Johnny Murt plus a last gasp clearance off the line from Press.

Sticker were however still very much in the game and they were creating problems for the Padstow back 4, superbly led by Man of the Match Dave Trestain.

Both sides tired as the game went on due to the very fast pace of play. It was end to end stuff!

Sticker looked likely to equalise only to be denied by a great last ditch challenge from Jason Olivey.

Sticker had a shout for a penalty but the ref turned down there appeal, :( on anther day it could quite easily have gone Stickers way!

A really good advert for Duchy football.

The game was played in the right spirit, no bad challenges that I can recall & some good football played by both teams.

Padstow happy with the 3 points. :)

On today's performance both teams will be in the mix come the end of the season.

It was good to see the Sticker lads enjoying the food back at the Social club. :drink:

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St Newlyn East 7 Alternun 5

A very entertaining game at St Newlyn East saw the hosts record their first win of the season. In a flying start to the game, Sean Williams scored within 2 minutes following a corner only to see Alternun equalise soon after. Phil Rowe then scored to put Newlyn ahead again only for the ref to give a very dubious penalty to the visitors which was despatched past Nogs in the Newlyn goal. Chris Symon scored the first goal of his hat trick but yet again Alternun hit back to bring the scores level at 3-3. There was still time For Chris Symon to score his second in a pulsating first half to make the half time score 4-3.

The beginning of the second half was a little more subdued than that of the first with both teams pushing to increase the large tally of goals already scored. From a free kick near the half way line Ryan Polmounter saw his long ball slip through the keepers hands and into the net. A further fortuitous goal from Ryan P gave the home side a little breathing space but the scoring didn't stop there. Chris Symon completed his hat trick with an excellent finish past the visiting keeper and in the last 10 minutes Alternun scored 2 more goals to bring the final score to 7-5.

An excellent game which was watched by a good crowd of supporters.

Man of the Match: Steve Revell.

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St Newlyn East 7 Alternun 5

A very entertaining game at St Newlyn East saw the hosts record their first win of the season. In a flying start to the game, Sean Williams scored within 2 minutes following a corner only to see Alternun equalise soon after. Phil Rowe then scored to put Newlyn ahead again only for the ref to give a very dubious penalty to the visitors which was despatched past Nogs in the Newlyn goal. Chris Symon scored the first goal of his hat trick but yet again Alternun hit back to bring the scores level at 3-3. There was still time For Chris Symon to score his second in a pulsating first half to make the half time score 4-3.

The beginning of the second half was a little more subdued than that of the first with both teams pushing to increase the large tally of goals already scored. From a free kick near the half way line Ryan Polmounter saw his long ball slip through the keepers hands and into the net. A further fortuitous goal from Ryan P gave the home side a little breathing space but the scoring didn't stop there. Chris Symon completed his hat trick with an excellent finish past the visiting keeper and in the last 10 minutes Alternun scored 2 more goals to bring the final score to 7-5.

An excellent game which was watched by a good crowd of supporters.

Man of the Match: Steve Revell.

Interesting that St Newlyn East first team didn't have a game on Saturday and St Newlyn East Reserves won...

St Newlyn East Reserves haven't won a game when their first team have also had a game at the same time since 19th March 2011.... yet your club kicked up a right stink on here when you were beaten by St Austell.... claiming they had loads of first teamers, when they only had their keeper playing. Nothing against St Newlyn East - just making a point.

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St Newlyn East 7 Alternun 5

A very entertaining game at St Newlyn East saw the hosts record their first win of the season. In a flying start to the game, Sean Williams scored within 2 minutes following a corner only to see Alternun equalise soon after. Phil Rowe then scored to put Newlyn ahead again only for the ref to give a very dubious penalty to the visitors which was despatched past Nogs in the Newlyn goal. Chris Symon scored the first goal of his hat trick but yet again Alternun hit back to bring the scores level at 3-3. There was still time For Chris Symon to score his second in a pulsating first half to make the half time score 4-3.

The beginning of the second half was a little more subdued than that of the first with both teams pushing to increase the large tally of goals already scored. From a free kick near the half way line Ryan Polmounter saw his long ball slip through the keepers hands and into the net. A further fortuitous goal from Ryan P gave the home side a little breathing space but the scoring didn't stop there. Chris Symon completed his hat trick with an excellent finish past the visiting keeper and in the last 10 minutes Alternun scored 2 more goals to bring the final score to 7-5.

An excellent game which was watched by a good crowd of supporters.

Man of the Match: Steve Revell.

Interesting that St Newlyn East first team didn't have a game on Saturday and St Newlyn East Reserves won...

St Newlyn East Reserves haven't won a game when their first team have also had a game at the same time since 19th March 2011.... yet your club kicked up a right stink on here when you were beaten by St Austell.... claiming they had loads of first teamers, when they only had their keeper playing. Nothing against St Newlyn East - just making a point.

Your right the 1st team didnt have a game. But as the last post stated the 2's have bought some new faces in and have a squad now. We could of played some 1st teamers but didnt as the 2's are heading in the right direction under new management and the 1st team boys didnt want to upset the 2nds by walking straight into the team. Only 1 player from the 1st team played and that was Ryan Polmounter as he needed game time after being out for a month this season already through injury.

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On a slightly different note, very pleased to see that Boscastle have been able to develop their facilities; gone are the spider sheds and there is a nice new set of changing rooms in the making. Bit surprised to find that fixtures are being played with no showers or toilet facilities. A collective sigh of relief from the anti-shower brigade!

One very interesting observation from today's game. Two red cards - both needless and deserved - in a game without a single booking and in truth very few fouls (well, ones that were given anyway!)

At the end of the game the match official approaches the red-carded player from the home team and tells him that he won't be sending in the red card. Although certainly not something that the individual involved had any influence over, this kind of behaviour makes a mockery of having a process in place for dealing with the kind of conduct that makes rubbish games like this afternoon even worse. Disappointing stuff.

I bet I know who the ref was as well........... had similar a few weeks ago, a few undeserved yellow cards shown, after the match, we were given a lecture and told how lucky we were that he wasnt putting the yellow cards in...... ;)

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On a slightly different note, very pleased to see that Boscastle have been able to develop their facilities; gone are the spider sheds and there is a nice new set of changing rooms in the making. Bit surprised to find that fixtures are being played with no showers or toilet facilities. A collective sigh of relief from the anti-shower brigade!

One very interesting observation from today's game. Two red cards - both needless and deserved - in a game without a single booking and in truth very few fouls (well, ones that were given anyway!)

At the end of the game the match official approaches the red-carded player from the home team and tells him that he won't be sending in the red card. Although certainly not something that the individual involved had any influence over, this kind of behaviour makes a mockery of having a process in place for dealing with the kind of conduct that makes rubbish games like this afternoon even worse. Disappointing stuff.

just in reply about our changing rooms we have over the past 5 yrs been trying to get our changing rooms done but due and various amount of legal stuff and not being able to get funding due to not owning our pitch we have this year finally managed to do it but as the work is not complete,this is due to certain hierachy changing our plans at last minute and putting the build behind and as both teams for the 1st 2 month have played away thanks to the league being very helpful to us we pretty much had to play at home last week so sorry you did get a shower but i have played for boscastle about 22yrs now and we have always supplied a dry changing room and showers in this time so hopefully in the next 2 weeks we should be complete and have our brand new changing rooms up and running

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Boscastle 1 - 3 Major Reserves

St. Columb Major secured a fifth consecutive league victory after an unconvincing display at Boscastle. The hosts were playing their first league game at home and made a solid start in search of their first points of the season, although there was very little to concern Major goalkeeper Eliot Clarke in the opening 45 minutes.

Major looked disjointed and had to settle for the occasional moment of flair that had projected the newly assembled team to the top of the division; whilst Boscastle demonstrated desire, the long grass and heavy pitch meant that moments of quality were few and far between. Thankfully Major captain Jamie Tipton intervened, chesting down a cross field pass, smashing an outrageous half volley into the top corner from twenty five yards when clean through on goal for an early goal of the season contender.

Major were in the ascendency and it didn't take long before the second goal came along; Luke Worrall whipped in a neat corner from the left and defender Craig Hayes rose highest to head home from close range. Whilst it wasn't the prettiest football, the visitors are making a knack of effectively taking control of games even if they are not at their best. Despite enjoying some pressure late on, Boscastle were unable to breach a relatively solid looking Major defence and Luke Worrall was denied in the closing minutes when his swirling long range strike was clawed away by the Boscastle goalkeeper for the save of the game. There was still time for two late opportunities for both sides; a half-chance went begging for the hosts when a cross flashed across Clarke's goal without being converted and Tipton appeared to be clattered from behind when through on goal, with the match official indicating that the ball had been won with a goal kick awarded as a consequence.

The second half was a poor advert for Duchy football. Major looked to exploit the gaps that were starting to appear yet had to rely upon some defensive resilience as Boscastle looked to drag themselves back into the game. Despite being under pressure during the early stages of the second period, Major added a third when Tipton's searching cross sailed over the goalkeeper to fortuitously offer a little breathing space. A double substitution for the visitors almost immediately backfired as Ryan Worrall became embroiled in an off-the-ball altercation that went unobserved by the referee. Further incidents occurred and Worrall was penalised, albeit harshly, for another clash as two players fought for the ball whilst on the ground. The resulting dispute between both players meant that Major were not properly organised and the set piece sailed over the defence, missing everyone whilst plugging in the turf to trickle into the bottom corner for an equally fortuitous consolation for the hosts. Major then needlessly found themselves down to ten as Worrall was given his marching orders for an inexplicable verbal attack on the referee.

The game deteriorated further when Major broke from defence after absorbing pressure from the hosts; as the counter attack was forming, Luke Worrall appeared to run the ball out of play on the left with no flag from the assistant. A subsequent foul-mothed rant resulted in another straight red card to make it ten against ten as an utterly forgettable game petered out.

Man of the match - Jamie Tipton. Stunning goal.

would like to say i wasn't at the game this week due to being on holiday but boscastle res were very under strength due to having 5 key players out and having 1 called up to the 1st team last minute so the result for us is quite a good 3-1 which from our manager said was a fair result due to boscastle having to play several players out of position and having three 45+ yr old in the team and having to play a more defensive game than our normal one will look forward to the game down there and hope we have our full side out make a better game hopefully !!

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In response to the St Newlyn East Res first win of the season, the only first teamer we had was Ryan P. In the last few weeks we've got in 1 or 2 new faces, and changed a few other things around e.g. training organisation etc and the difference is really showing already. Look out Div 5, we're no longer the whipping boys in the league!

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IF A REFEREE DOES NOT SEND IN HIS MISCONDUCT REORTS WHETHER IF HE FEELS IT SHOULDN`T OF BEEN A CARD .... :SM_carton: :SM_carton: :SM_carton: HE SHOULD BE REPORTED STRAIGHT AWAY TO COUNTY :SM_carton: :SM_carton: :SM_carton:

In today's society, who in their right mind would report a referee for NOT sending in a yellow or red card! C'mon!

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On a slightly different note, very pleased to see that Boscastle have been able to develop their facilities; gone are the spider sheds and there is a nice new set of changing rooms in the making. Bit surprised to find that fixtures are being played with no showers or toilet facilities. A collective sigh of relief from the anti-shower brigade!

One very interesting observation from today's game. Two red cards - both needless and deserved - in a game without a single booking and in truth very few fouls (well, ones that were given anyway!)

At the end of the game the match official approaches the red-carded player from the home team and tells him that he won't be sending in the red card. Although certainly not something that the individual involved had any influence over, this kind of behaviour makes a mockery of having a process in place for dealing with the kind of conduct that makes rubbish games like this afternoon even worse. Disappointing stuff.

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