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SWPL Fixtures, Results & tables for 27th October 2012


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CSWPL PREMIER

Bovey 2 - 4 Newquay

Cullompton 0 - 2 Bodmin

Falmouth 0 - 3 Witheridge

Ivybridge 3 - 0 Torpoint

Launceston 2 - 0 St Blazey

Liskeard 1 - 1 Camelford

Penzance 1 - 2 Liverton

Saltash 3 - 0 Tavistock

1 Launceston 16 10 1 5 33 23 10 31

2 Bodmin 11 9 2 0 40 8 32 29

3 Ivybridge 15 9 1 5 39 29 10 28

4 Camelford 17 8 3 6 33 17 16 27

5 Saltash 12 7 3 2 45 11 34 24

6 St Blazey 13 6 4 3 40 20 20 22

7 Newquay 14 7 1 6 34 24 10 22

8 Parkway 10 7 1 2 25 16 9 22

9 Elburton 11 7 1 3 26 18 8 22

10 Tavistock 15 7 1 7 35 32 3 22

11 St Austell 12 6 1 5 12 16 -4 19

12 Witheridge 12 5 3 4 23 14 9 18

13 Liverton 11 5 2 4 20 18 2 17

14 Falmouth 14 4 3 7 21 30 -9 15

15 Torpoint 13 3 3 7 12 23 -11 12

16 Liskeard 15 2 4 9 22 37 -15 10

17 Bovey 10 3 0 7 12 28 -16 9

18 Cullompton 14 3 0 11 13 48 -35 9

19 Penzance 15 0 0 15 7 80 -73 0

CSWPL WEST DIVISION

Callington 7 - 0 VospersOV

Dobwalls 4 - 2 Truro City

Godolphin 4 - 0 Foxhole

Hayle 0 - 2 St Dennis

Holsworthy 0 - 8 Helston

Mousehole 1 - 2 Wadebridge

Perranporth 0 - 0 Porthleven

Sticker 1 - 2 Penryn

1 Godolphin 12 11 1 0 43 9 34 34

2 Helston 11 9 1 1 55 12 43 28

3 Wadebridge 9 9 0 0 40 7 33 27

4 Dobwalls 11 7 0 4 37 28 9 21

5 Callington 9 6 1 2 36 7 29 19

6 Penryn 12 5 3 4 29 24 5 18

7 Perranporth 10 5 1 4 25 16 9 16

8 Porthleven 12 5 1 6 19 26 -7 16

9 Sticker 10 5 0 5 18 20 -2 15

10 Hayle 13 4 1 8 20 26 -6 13

11 St Dennis 10 4 1 5 20 30 -10 13

12 Truro City 12 7 1 4 28 21 7 12

13 VospersOV 10 3 1 6 15 26 -11 10

14 Mousehole 11 1 0 10 11 48 -37 3

15 Holsworthy 9 0 0 9 7 33 -26 0

16 Foxhole 13 0 0 13 12 82 -70 0

CSWPL EAST DIVISION

Alphington 4 - 3 Tots&Darts

Appledore 2 - 3 StokeG

Axminster 4 - 0 Crediton

ExeterCS 3 - 3 Budleigh

Exmouth 1 - 0 Plymstock

Galmpton 0 - 5 NewtonSpurs

Okehampton 2 - 1 Teignmouth

University 3 - 2 Sidmouth

1 NewtonSpurs 9 7 0 2 24 12 12 21

2 Budleigh 12 6 3 3 28 24 4 21

3 Axminster 9 6 2 1 22 8 14 20

4 Exmouth 8 6 2 0 18 8 10 20

5 StokeG 9 6 1 2 33 15 18 19

6 ExeterCS 12 5 3 4 23 27 -4 18

7 Teignmouth 10 5 1 4 23 22 1 16

8 Okehampton 10 4 2 4 20 22 -2 14

9 Alphington 9 4 1 4 15 18 -3 13

10 Tots&Darts 8 3 1 4 25 22 3 10

11 University 9 2 4 3 16 24 -8 10

12 Appledore 8 2 1 5 14 18 -4 7

13 Crediton 7 2 1 4 10 17 -7 7

14 Galmpton 8 2 0 6 11 22 -11 6

15 Plymstock 9 1 2 6 12 19 -7 5

16 Sidmouth 11 0 2 9 7 23 -16 2

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Premier:

Bovey Tracey 2 - 4 Newquay

Cullompton Rangers 0 - 2 Bodmin Town

Falmouth Town 0 - 3 Witheridge

Ivybridge Town 3 - 0 Torpoint Athletic

Launceston 2 - 0 St.Blazey

Liskeard Athletic 1 - 1 Camelford

Penzance 1 - 2 Liverton United

Saltash United 3 - 0 Tavistock

West One:

Callington Town 7 - 0 Vospers Oak Villa

Dobwalls 4 - 2 Truro City

Godolphin Atlantic 4 - 0 Foxhole Stars

Hayle 0 - 2 St Dennis

Holsworthy 0 - 8 Helston Athletic

Mousehole 1 - 2 Wadebridge Town

Perranporth 0 - 0 Porthleven

Sticker 1 - 2 Penryn Athletic

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Peninsula Premier

Liskeard 1 - 1 Camelford (0 - 0 HT)

Have to say, a disappointing performance from the Camels today, after a run of five great wins against tough opposition, they should feel lucky to come away from Lux Park with a point. Although missing three influential midfield players, there were no real excuses for a lack lustre first half and passing and effort from both teams was pretty poor. However, the Camels were the first to score in the second half through Marc Gusterson, after one of their better spells of play, and were unlucky not to go two up a little later. The introduction of three subs from Liskeard made them look more dangerous and it wasn't long before they were back on level terms, with a bit of a lucky and scrappy goal. Liskeard continued to press for a winner and were unlucky not to score again, after the ball rebounded off both crossbar and post within close succession. The Camels have Josh Colwill to thank for some great goalkeeping and players and fans alike appeared relieved when the final whistle was blown.

Even the professional teams have their off days and still pick up points, so hopefully this could prove an important point at the end of the season for the Camels!

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Mousehole 1 - 2 Wadebridge Town

Where to start. Credit to Mousehole for a battling display, they never gave up and have improved on last year.

Wadebridge started well and were rewarded early on when a Paul Cox cross was converted by Shane Looker at the front post. Other chances missed and head into the break at 1-0.

A complacent lacklustre bridge start to the second half resulted in the mousehole striker capitalising on a defensive error. Goal completely against the run of play and only ourselves to blame.

Further chances for bridge with 30 mins to go and the ball still wouldn't go in, hitting the post and the mousehole keeper making some great saves..

Huge relief when 10 mins from time Liam Ames strikes a bouncing ball into the floor goal wards which deflects off the defender into the net.

24 shots in total for bridge, 2 for mousehole, off day for us, just glad to get the 3 points.

Mousehole at home in the charity cup next week and a point now to prove.

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Liskeard 1 - 1 Camelford (0 - 0 HT)

Have to say, a disappointing performance from the Camels today, after a run of five great wins against tough opposition, they should feel lucky to come away from Lux Park with a point. Although missing three influential midfield players, there were no real excuses for a lack lustre first half and passing and effort from both teams was pretty poor. However, the Camels were the first to score in the second half through Marc Gusterson, after one of their better spells of play, and were unlucky not to go two up a little later. The introduction of three subs from Liskeard made them look more dangerous and it wasn't long before they were back on level terms, with a bit of a lucky and scrappy goal. Liskeard continued to press for a winner and were unlucky not to score again, after the ball rebounded off both crossbar and post within close succession. The Camels have Josh Colwill to thank for some great goalkeeping and players and fans alike appeared relieved when the final whistle was blown.

Even the professional teams have their off days and still pick up points, so hopefully this could prove an important point at the end of the season for the Camels!

Camelford remind me of that poem with the little girls curl. When they are good they are very very good but when they are bad they are horrid, they were horrid at Liskeard although they did have Dan Balsdon out injured and Josh Insley and Andy Boxall also out. No worries though next game Penzance away on Wednesday.
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Peninsula Premier

Liskeard 1 - 1 Camelford (0 - 0 HT)

Have to say, a disappointing performance from the Camels today, after a run of five great wins against tough opposition, they should feel lucky to come away from Lux Park with a point. Although missing three influential midfield players, there were no real excuses for a lack lustre first half and passing and effort from both teams was pretty poor. However, the Camels were the first to score in the second half through Marc Gusterson, after one of their better spells of play, and were unlucky not to go two up a little later. The introduction of three subs from Liskeard made them look more dangerous and it wasn't long before they were back on level terms, with a bit of a lucky and scrappy goal. Liskeard continued to press for a winner and were unlucky not to score again, after the ball rebounded off both crossbar and post within close succession. The Camels have Josh Colwill to thank for some great goalkeeping and players and fans alike appeared relieved when the final whistle was blown.

Even the professional teams have their off days and still pick up points, so hopefully this could prove an important point at the end of the season for the Camels!

Camelford remind me of that poem with the little girls curl. When they are good they are very very good but when they are bad they are horrid, they were horrid at Liskeard although they did have Dan Balsdon out injured and Josh Insley and Andy Boxall gone to some charity due which is a bit worrying, but whatever rocks yer boat i guess. No worries though next game Penzance away on Wednesday.

Counting your chickens before they hatch, springs to mind..... Bit disrespectful to Pz thro!

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Peninsula Premier

Liskeard 1 - 1 Camelford (0 - 0 HT)

Have to say, a disappointing performance from the Camels today, after a run of five great wins against tough opposition, they should feel lucky to come away from Lux Park with a point. Although missing three influential midfield players, there were no real excuses for a lack lustre first half and passing and effort from both teams was pretty poor. However, the Camels were the first to score in the second half through Marc Gusterson, after one of their better spells of play, and were unlucky not to go two up a little later. The introduction of three subs from Liskeard made them look more dangerous and it wasn't long before they were back on level terms, with a bit of a lucky and scrappy goal. Liskeard continued to press for a winner and were unlucky not to score again, after the ball rebounded off both crossbar and post within close succession. The Camels have Josh Colwill to thank for some great goalkeeping and players and fans alike appeared relieved when the final whistle was blown.

Even the professional teams have their off days and still pick up points, so hopefully this could prove an important point at the end of the season for the Camels!

Camelford remind me of that poem with the little girls curl. When they are good they are very very good but when they are bad they are horrid, they were horrid at Liskeard although they did have Dan Balsdon out injured and Josh Insley and Andy Boxall also out. No worries though next game Penzance away on Wednesday.

Counting your chickens before they hatch, springs to mind..... Bit disrespectful to Pz thro!

I think you mis-interpreted me, what I meant was although it was a bad performance yesterday no need to panic, can put it right Wednesday regardless of the opposition. Penzance look to be improving all the time, so it won't be easy.
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Nope..... Everyone knows what you are are saying..... Just admit that you expect 3 pts......people will respect you more for being truthful?

I do not tell lies so please don't tell me what i am saying. I have been around football long enough to know that you never take anything for granted. I never disrespect anyone or any team, i just want the Camels to play as they have been playing before yesterday regardless of who the opposition are, if they don't they could lose to anyone so not expecting anything at the moment.
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I wouldnt write hayle off just yet barry.every team has a blip.

:thumbsup: well said matty :)

Hayle are in a blip at the moment but fortunetly we are

in good hands. with the players we have and reno and mark

at the helm.we might not win the league this season, but no ones

gonna look forward to playing the greens. :yahoo:

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Nope..... Everyone knows what you are are saying..... Just admit that you expect 3 pts......people will respect you more for being truthful?

I read it the way you saw it at first, but I believe a lack of a comma sent the intended statement out of context:

No worries though next game Penzance away on Wednesday.

Should have been

No worries though, next game Penzance away on Wednesday.

My 2 cents

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