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BOVEY EXTEND WINNING RUN

BOVEY TRACEY MANAGER Ryan German is excited about the challenge ahead for next Saturday's clash away to Falmouth Town as the Moorlanders will travel in high confidence after securing their third successive league away win against Launceston on Saturday.

Falmouth, like Bovey are also in the mix of teams trying to avoid bottom place in the Carlsberg South-West Peninsula Premier Division table, currently occupied by Penzance, but recent results and performances have increased the gap between Bovey and Penzance to 22 points while the gap between Bovey, who move up to 14th and 10th placed Ivybridge reduces to 11.

German and assistant manager Micky Hunt will be taking nothing for granted as for the second game in a row they came from a goal down before securing a 3-1 win and was full of praise for the player's response in the second half against Launceston, but did stress that key incidents in the game could of cost his side the points, despite being in control for most of the game.

Bovey started the brighter of the two sides in the first 20 minutes, but found themselves 1-0 down as Sam Davey converted a 26th minute penalty awarded after Jared Lewington was adjudged to have clipped a Launceston player inside the box. For the remainder of the first half, Bovey switched off but Launceston's Joe Smith was first in the book after a rash challenge on Lewis Plackett. The moorlanders went in at half time knowing that they were not playing to the levels they know they can and came out in the second half playing with a totally different attitude and approached the game with more motivation and determination than Launceston in wanting to win and scored 3 excellent goals.

Chasing Launceston's lead, Bovey hit back in the second half on 59 minutes when Hayden Roe neatly placed his low shot under Dan Stevenson's body after a through ball from Lewington, although the Claret's defence argued that there was an offside. 15 minutes later Roe found himself in the referee's book after a late challenge on Joe Smith. Launceston had a couple of chances to take the lead in a good 10 minute spell, but their attempts were high over Brooks' goal.

When a draw looked the likely result, Bovey took the lead 10 minutes from time when Launceston were the slowest to react to Dan Taylor's cross-shot which after hitting Stevenson's crossbar was scored by Lewington. On 83, Roe scored his second of the game and Bovey's third; a free kick from 25 yards, curled around the defence and beating Stevenson.

The game ended with Liam Head receiving a booking and deep into injury time Launceston were awarded a second penalty after a tackle by Kieran Light but Brook guessed the right way from Sam Davey who was unable to convert his second of the game and kept the final score 3-1 to Bovey Tracey.

Launceston Manager Leigh Cooper gave praise to Bovey after the game saying that they had improved a lot, but despite having chances to win, will remain positive and look towards getting back to winning ways when they entertain Witheridge on 2nd March.

Referee: Aaron Reed

Assistants: Ollie Green and Mark Roberts

Attendance: Not Known

Man of the Match: Lewis Plackett

LAUNCESTON

1. Dan Stevenson 2. Sam Scott 3. Chris Saunders 4. Joe Smith (booked) 5. Chris Menhenick 6. Rob Blake 7. Lance Easton 8. Liam Tolley 9. Paul Chowen (R Crabb 44) 10. Mike Burke 11. Sam Davey

Subs 12. Dan Parke 14. Ryan Crabb 15. Adam Crabb 16. Mark Reckless

BOVEY TRACEY

1. Tom Brooks 2. Tom Arnold (Light 54) 3. Alex Sanderson 4. Ed Plackett 5. Ryan Stanbridge 6. Jared Lewington 7. Lewis Plackett 8. Dan Taylor 9. Hayden Roe (booked) 10. Jamie Micklewright (Fisher 63) 11. Liam Head (booked)

Subs 12. Cliff Walters 14. Kai Fisher 15. Jason Cordice 16. Kieran Light

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BOVEY EXTEND WINNING RUN

BOVEY TRACEY MANAGER Ryan German is excited about the challenge ahead for next Saturday's clash away to Falmouth Town as the Moorlanders will travel in high confidence after securing their third successive league away win against Launceston on Saturday.

Falmouth, like Bovey are also in the mix of teams trying to avoid bottom place in the Carlsberg South-West Peninsula Premier Division table, currently occupied by Penzance, but recent results and performances have increased the gap between Bovey and Penzance to 22 points while the gap between Bovey, who move up to 14th and 10th placed Ivybridge reduces to 11.

German and assistant manager Micky Hunt will be taking nothing for granted as for the second game in a row they came from a goal down before securing a 3-1 win and was full of praise for the player's response in the second half against Launceston, but did stress that key incidents in the game could of cost his side the points, despite being in control for most of the game.

Bovey started the brighter of the two sides in the first 20 minutes, but found themselves 1-0 down as Sam Davey converted a 26th minute penalty awarded after Jared Lewington was adjudged to have clipped a Launceston player inside the box. For the remainder of the first half, Bovey switched off but Launceston's Joe Smith was first in the book after a rash challenge on Lewis Plackett. The moorlanders went in at half time knowing that they were not playing to the levels they know they can and came out in the second half playing with a totally different attitude and approached the game with more motivation and determination than Launceston in wanting to win and scored 3 excellent goals.

Chasing Launceston's lead, Bovey hit back in the second half on 59 minutes when Hayden Roe neatly placed his low shot under Dan Stevenson's body after a through ball from Lewington, although the Claret's defence argued that there was an offside. 15 minutes later Roe found himself in the referee's book after a late challenge on Joe Smith. Launceston had a couple of chances to take the lead in a good 10 minute spell, but their attempts were high over Brooks' goal.

When a draw looked the likely result, Bovey took the lead 10 minutes from time when Launceston were the slowest to react to Dan Taylor's cross-shot which after hitting Stevenson's crossbar was scored by Lewington. On 83, Roe scored his second of the game and Bovey's third; a free kick from 25 yards, curled around the defence and beating Stevenson.

The game ended with Liam Head receiving a booking and deep into injury time Launceston were awarded a second penalty after a tackle by Kieran Light but Brook guessed the right way from Sam Davey who was unable to convert his second of the game and kept the final score 3-1 to Bovey Tracey.

Launceston Manager Leigh Cooper gave praise to Bovey after the game saying that they had improved a lot, but despite having chances to win, will remain positive and look towards getting back to winning ways when they entertain Witheridge on 2nd March.

Referee: Aaron Reed

Assistants: Ollie Green and Mark Roberts

Attendance: Not Known

Man of the Match: Lewis Plackett

LAUNCESTON

1. Dan Stevenson 2. Sam Scott 3. Chris Saunders 4. Joe Smith (booked) 5. Chris Menhenick 6. Rob Blake 7. Lance Easton 8. Liam Tolley 9. Paul Chowen (R Crabb 44) 10. Mike Burke 11. Sam Davey

Subs 12. Dan Parke 14. Ryan Crabb 15. Adam Crabb 16. Mark Reckless

BOVEY TRACEY

1. Tom Brooks 2. Tom Arnold (Light 54) 3. Alex Sanderson 4. Ed Plackett 5. Ryan Stanbridge 6. Jared Lewington 7. Lewis Plackett 8. Dan Taylor 9. Hayden Roe (booked) 10. Jamie Micklewright (Fisher 63) 11. Liam Head (booked)

Subs 12. Cliff Walters 14. Kai Fisher 15. Jason Cordice 16. Kieran Light

Looking forward to your visit next Saturday (Bovey/Tracey 1) and congratulations a great result today.

As I help out with the match programme the squad details shown will be useful.

I see one Bovey name there has represented Falmouth Town in a match at Bickland Park lol

I will mention it in the prog'

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Hello Mike, thanks for your reply. Would you be kind enough to tell me when the printing is done for your programme. I may be able to get an interview with the player who has played with you and get it in your programme. Can you personal message me the player, rather than mention it on forum. We are looking forward to the game next week as well.

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