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Duchy League Results - 24th November


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The downpour that lasted throughout the day decimated the Duchy programme, but a few hearty souls somehow managed to get a game played.

Premier Sixes were able to play their Division Two fixture with Foxhole on the 3G pitch at Tretherras School. They were much on top in the first half racing into a three-goal lead before Jamie Robinson pulled one back for the visitors. Sixes were not affected by this setback and stretched the lead to 4-1 by the break with Josh Mitchell scoring a brace and Martyn Probert and Joe Harvey getting a goal apiece. Foxhole came out for the second half a completely different side and dominated the game. Sixes did hit a post, which would have put the result out of reach, but Foxhole went right up the other end and pulled back a second goal from Matt Ravenscroft. The visitor laid siege to the home goal with Sixes camped in front of their goal, but they defended stoutly to preserve the advantage their first half play had given them.

St.Merryn put a lot of work into their pitch during the week and were rewarded by completing a 7-3 win in Division Five over St.Mawgan reserves, which takes them up to a season’s best fifth place as a result. Kevin Allen hit a hat trick with Mike Shearer adding a brace for the home side. Their scoring was completed by Chris Allen and Ashley Rescorla with St.Mawgan hitting back with a Darren Allum goal and a Luke Haynes brace.

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Many thanks to Keith Franks, Fixtures Secretary Duchy League

Saturday 24th November 2012 KMD Developments Duchy Knockout Cup Round 1

Pensilva P - P St. Cleer

St. Columb Major P - P St. Newlyn East

Premier Division

Bodmin Saints P - P Lamerton

Fowey United P - P Torpoint Athletic

Mevagissey P - P AFC St. Austell

St. Mawgan N / R Probus

First Division

Altarnun P - P Pelynt

Biscovey P - P St. Dominick

Godolphin Atlantic P - P St. Dennis

Grampound P - P Polperro

Maker with Rame P - P Gunnislake

Week St. Mary P - P Looe Town

Second Division

Boscastle P - P Padstow United

Gerrans & St. Mawes United P - P North Petherwin

Lanreath P - P Sticker

Lostwithiel P - P Queens Rangers

Premier Sixes 4 - 2 Foxhole Stars

St. Breward P - P AFC Bodmin

Third Division

Callington Town P - P Welcome Inn

Delabole United P - P St. Stephen

Holywell & Cubert P - P Tregony

Lanivet Inn P - P Camelford

LC Phoenix P - P St. Minver

Roche P - P Stoke Climsland

Fourth Division

Gunnislake Reserves P - P Grampound Reserves

St. Cleer Reserves P - P North Hill

St. Neot N / R St. Teath

Tintagel P - P Mevagissey Reserves

Torpoint Comrades P - P Pensilva Reserves

Wadebridge Town P - P Lifton

Fifth Division

North Petherwin Reserves P - P St. Columb Major Reserves

Pelynt Reserves P - P Altarnun Reserves

St. Merryn 7 - 3 St. Mawgan Reserves

St. Minver Reserves P - P Boscastle Reserves

St. Newlyn East Reserves P - P Southgate

Veryan P - P Tregrehan Mills

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The downpour that lasted throughout the day decimated the Duchy programme, but a few hearty souls somehow managed to get a game played.

Premier Sixes were able to play their Division Two fixture with Foxhole on the 3G pitch at Tretherras School. They were much on top in the first half racing into a three-goal lead before Jamie Robinson pulled one back for the visitors. Sixes were not affected by this setback and stretched the lead to 4-1 by the break with Josh Mitchell scoring a brace and Martyn Probert and Joe Harvey getting a goal apiece. Foxhole came out for the second half a completely different side and dominated the game. Sixes did hit a post, which would have put the result out of reach, but Foxhole went right up the other end and pulled back a second goal from Matt Ravenscroft. The visitor laid siege to the home goal with Sixes camped in front of their goal, but they defended stoutly to preserve the advantage their first half play had given them.

Fair report, after concededing 4 goals so quickly you would have expected Foxhole to admit defeat, they didnt and worked hard getting their two goals. In fairness we should have had more but a) couldn't put them away B) the keeper was flukey at times :-)

After a talking to by the manager at half time Foxhole did come out in the 2nd half and play much better, passing and moving well. Foxhole were without 4 starting players today but the lads that stepped in played well.

Good luck to P6's for the rest of the season.

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love the way st mawagan boys are moaning about the lino we beat you 7-3 boys dont think the lino was that bad couple dodgy decisions from both linos so stop your moaning st merryns attacking play you boys couldn't deal with simple as didnt agree with you sending off but thats down to the ref nothing to do with us it was already 4-1 by then so game was out of reach but sending off obviously help the final score so feel for you boys there... goal scorers merryn kevin allen hatrick mike shearer brace chris allen and ashley rescorla 1 each cheers boys thanks for coming see you at your ground later on in the year

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love the way st mawagan boys are moaning about the lino we beat you 7-3 boys dont think the lino was that bad couple dodgy decisions from both linos so stop your moaning st merryns attacking play you boys couldn't deal with simple as didnt agree with you sending off but thats down to the ref nothing to do with us it was already 4-1 by then so game was out of reach but sending off obviously help the final score so feel for you boys there... goal scorers merryn kevin allen hatrick mike shearer brace chris allen and ashley rescorla 1 each cheers boys thanks for coming see you at your ground later on in the year

Now know where your coming from,

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It was 4-2 and just starting getting back into game.

The lino decided not to see a clear handball, 5 yards in front of him, although he was laughing about it to the players.

The ref couldn't see it as he was blind side and not up with play. A St Mawgan player then got himself sent off for calling the lino a cheat.

10 mins later a st Merryn player did the same to the st mawgan lino. No card.

St Merryn deserved the points but if the ref had seen the handball it might have given st mawgan a chance to get back in the game.

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That's horsepoop.

He didn't give it because he didn't want to give his team a disadvantage. He claimed he didn't see it. Despite having the best view on the pitch.

It doesn't really matter, its just a shame we had a man sent off because of it and now banned. Thanks to the St Merryn player who tried to talk the ref out of sending him off.

St Merryn were more than equipped of easily winning and deserved the result its just a shame their manager influenced the scoreline.

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Lol get back in to the game think st mawgan player or fan was smoking the funny fags you had about a good spell in first half of about 5 minutes, rest game you were totally out played buy merryn attacking players and your goalie kept the score line at a reasonable reflex lay off the funny fags and alki pops and start drinking some coffee lmao and the mighty merryn move on with a 9-0 thrashing of duke cornwall josh dark hatrick Kevin Allen brace rich Hughes Ashley rescorla Jon elderfield and Danny o'flynn cheers for now and gone x x x

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I only ran the line for five minutes.

My eyesight isn't what it should be.

But thought it was only fair to even things up as your Lino had been cheating for ninty minutes.

As for Ashley, he approached me, and asked me to put 7 days in for him.

He is fed up with you moaning and arguing.

So get your facts correct, St Merryn boy or no St Merryn boy as you call it, Ashley approached me.

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