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St.Austell Res. 5 Week St.Mary 0.

Comfortable win for the Res. Match played in a good spirit. Lillywhites 'technical area' commenced with a tray containing a tea pot laid out with four cups !! thirsty subs no doubt.

Replacement Substitutes well used the the second period.

Pity hardly anyone who supports the first X1 comes along to watch the 2nd's. They are worth a visit on a Saturday afternoon. :thumbsup:

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Thanks Dave your right need more support but a record crowd today of 6 ain't bad. Patts was charging 50p a cup for the tea's all proceeds going to the end of season due. Good game, good spirits, good ref. nice bunch of lads from week st Mary good luck to them for the rest of the season roll on round two.

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Saltash 2-4 Godolphin

Godolphin were drawn a tough trip to Saltash who are flying high near the top of the Duchy Prem but it was the unbeaten visitors who got off the perfect start with striker Ben Colquhoun capitalising on a defensive error to put the G infront after 10 minutes. The visitors made it hard for the home team, limiting them to play the long ball every time which the defence swallowed up with great ease. Half an hour gone and another mistake from the Saltash defender put Colquhoun through on goal which he calmly slotted past the keeper to make it 2 nil. The home side started to gain some rhythm and created a few good chances but it was G who struck again just before half time with a 25 yard belter from Fatman, that left the keeper with no chance. Saltash started the second half on a mission and had Godolphin pinned in their own half for a good period, it started to pay off as they pulled a goal back with a bullet header from a fine cross from the right wing. Tempers started to flair and there was a few hard tackles going in, with a couple players getting booked. It was one of these that resulted in the G being awarded a penalty. Fatman getting on the wrong end of a two footed tackle left the referee with no choice. After some confusion over who was going to take the penalty it was Jamie McNamee who stepped up to slot the ball home to make it 4-1 and surely end any hope of a Saltash comeback. The home side did however manage to pull another goal back but it wasn't enough. Mossy's boys fully deserved the victory and can now look forward to a home tie in the next round.

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