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Duchy League Fixtures & Results - Sat November 3rd 2012

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Please place your results, match reports and comments below

Thanks to Keith Franks, Fixtures Secretary Duchy League

KMD Developments Duchy Knockout Cup Round 1

Saltash United 6 - 3 Gunnislake

Trims & Windows Reserves Team Cup Quarter Final

North Petherwin Reserves N / R Gunnislake Reserves

Premier Division

Lamerton P - P Calstock

Second Division

Boscastle 3 - 2 Lanreath

Lostwithiel P - P Gerrans & St. Mawes United

Padstow United 2 - 0 Queens Rangers

St. Breward P - P Premier Sixes

Third Division

Lanivet Inn P - P Camelford

St. Stephen 8 - 2 Callington Town

Stoke Climsland 1 - 3 LC Phoenix

Tregony P - P Calstock Reserves

Fourth Division

Gorran P - P St. Teath

Lifton 7 - 1 Tintagel

Mevagissey Reserves 3 - 4 Wadebridge Town

Pensilva Reserves 6 - 3 Grampound Reserves

St. Cleer Reserves 1 - 1 Torpoint Comrades

Fifth Division

Altarnun Reserves P - P St. Columb Major Reserves

Duke of Cornwall P - P St. Minver Reserves

Pelynt Reserves 2 - 2 Tregrehan Mills

St. Mawgan Reserves 1 - 3 Boscastle Reserves

Veryan P - P St. Merryn

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Pensilva Reserves 6-3 Grampound Reserves, Pens Scorers - K Gross 3, N Deighton, M Carter-Brown, Lamin.

4-0 to Pensilva at the break as Grampound were poor throughout the first half. Grampound had much the better of the second half, scoring as a result of 3 set pieces all good deliveries from Ryan Orchard although Pensilva grabbed a couple more also. Grampound scorers: Alastair Woodman (off my thigh!), Steve Moorcroft, Rob Sharpe. Your central midfielder Lamin (number 12?!) must be one of the best players I've seen playing at Duchy 4 level!

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Stoke Climsland 1 LC Phoenix 3

Phoenix went into this game boosted by last sunday's victory over Pensilva in the Launceston Cup. Unfortunately, they were slow off the mark and Stoke took a deserved lead mid-way through the first half when a lapse in the Phoenix defence allowed for a scrappy goal.

After a reshuffle in formation Phoenix played themselves back into the game and a pinpoint cross from Jon Bye found Leon Fowler at the far post to tap the ball in. At 1-1, Phoenix pushed for another goal and it came in the shape of a drilled twenty yard shot from Nathan Cox after Stoke half cleared a Phoenix corner. The alumni team hardly deserved to be leading the game at half time and Stoke Climsland would have fancied their chances of getting something out of the game.

The second half was marginally dominated by Phoenix, although Stoke at times found themselves in dangerous space in front of the Phoenix half. Nick Oldaker and Ryan Cox did enough to marshall the Phoenix defence while Jake Collings and Harry Marsh worked tirelessly on the left flank and up top respectively. The third goal came courtesy of some decent link play between Luke Williams and Jake Collings- Collings delivered an expert cross to meet the advancing Matt Brookes who connected with the ball to send it crashing beyond the Stoke goalkeeper.

At 3-1, Phoenix finally came alive and could have scored a couple of more; Dan Castle thrashed a shot against the crossbar, while Harry Marsh drilled another just wide.

Overall, Phoenix will be happy to take all the points in a game where Stoke Climsland arguably deserved a little more.

The White Hart Hotel Man of the Match Award: Ryan Cox- in a game where most Phoenix players struggled, Cox used his experience to keep the Climsland attack at bay.

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