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Duchy League Results - 2nd March 2013

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Many thanks to Keith Franks, Fixtures Secretary Duchy League

KMD Developments Duchy Knockout Cup Round 1
Godolphin Atlantic 2 - 0 Boscastle
Lanreath 1 - 2 AET Lamerton

KMD Developments Duchy Knockout Cup Round 2
Lostwithiel 0 - 2 Fowey United
St. Newlyn East 2 - 0 Biscovey

Bodmin Sports Trophies Duchy League Cup Round 1
Duke of Cornwall 1 - 2 North Petherwin

Bodmin Sports Trophies Duchy League Cup Round 2
Gorran 3 - 2 St. Neot

Bodmin Sports Trophies Duchy League Cup Quarter Final
Padstow United 2 - 2 Veryan (Won 7 - 6 on penalties 3 - 3 AET)
St. Breward 2 - 2 AET Gerrans & St. Mawes United (Won 6 - 5 on penalties)

Trims & Windows Reserves Team Cup Semi-Final First Leg
North Petherwin Reserves 3 - 3 Mevagissey Reserves
St. Mawgan Reserves 1 - 2 St. Columb Major Reserves

Premier Division
Bodmin Saints N / R AFC St. Austell
Calstock 0 - 5 St. Mawgan
Probus 0 - 1 St. Cleer
Saltash United 1 - 1 Mevagissey

First Division
Grampound 0 - 0 Pensilva
Gunnislake 1 - 2 St. Dominick
Looe Town P - P Polperro
Maker with Rame 0 - 0 Altarnun
Pelynt 3 - 2 Week St. Mary

Second Division
Sticker 1 - 0 AFC Bodmin

Third Division
Delabole United 0 - 3 St. Minver
LC Phoenix 8 - 1 Roche
Stoke Climsland 3 - 0 Lanivet Inn
Tregony 3 - 7 Callington Town
Welcome Inn 2 - 2 St. Stephen

Fourth Division
Lifton 1 - 0 Grampound Reserves
Pensilva Reserves 3 - 1 St. Teath
Tintagel 4 - 2 Gunnislake Reserves

Fifth Division
Boscastle Reserves 2 - 0 Pelynt Reserves
St. Minver Reserves 0 - 3 St. Merryn

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St Mawgan res v St Columb Major

First leg res cup

A good batteling performance from both sides today settled by a clinical finish from Jay Tipton in the secound half and a Dean Dingle goal either side of a Lee Bryant goal. Pitch was very tricky to play nice football on but the weather was perfect :). St Mawgan had a few chances the first half to go ahead but didnt take them. Although they defended very well through out the game with kev pearce a stand out player at the back for them. St columb probally just edged the game in the end.

Look forward to the 2nd leg on 23rd march

St Columb man of the match Dan Dingle

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Lanreath v Lamerton cup game,

ended 1-2 after extra time. Lamerton once again made hard work of it, missed hat fulls of chances,
must say the young lanreath keeper pulled off a lot of good saves to keep his team in it in the game,
take my hat off to the lanreath boys battled well and can not see how they are at the bottom of division 2, and only won 1 game, they didnt look like that kinda team today. goals for lamerton was own goal. and jimmy steer in the 116 minute.

thanks for welcoming us. good luck with the rest of the season lanreath,

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Grampound 0-0 Pensilva

A very close, end to end game played on a difficult surface, which is probably the case for many games at the moment.

Grampound shaded possession but very few chances were created by either team although I felt that the visitors were possibly more pleased with a single point than Grampound at the end of the game. Grampound keeper Dan Riley made an outstanding save in the first half from a shot from the edge of the area and the visiting goalkeeper did brilliantly in the very last minute to deny Pete Thomas a goal from close range.

Probably a fair result. Looking forward to playing Pensilva again in the next few weeks in the return game.

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Gunnislake 1 - 2 St. Dominick

This local derby could have gone either way after the first few minutes with both sides have the opportunity to take the lead. But after 5mins it was Gunnislake that did, with mike king getting on the end of a right hand side cross from kieren Jasper.

The away side kept battling with many shots missing the target.

Just before the break St Dom equalised through Lee Hawkins after the home keeper Pat Hobbs miss judged the through ball.

The 2nd half was pretty much the same as the first, with st dom continuing to put pressure on Gunni.

It wasn’t until the last 5 minutes when the away side finally took the deserved lead when young 17 year old winger Scott Coombe drilled in a 20yard free kick into the bottom corner.

A draw would have been a fair result but fair play to the Doms with their young side that kept battling to the end.

Ian Sperling (spelling not sure) had a good game in the middle of the park, didn’t have to deal with too much apart from 1 yellow card for a 2nd offence tackle.

I would like to say well done to St Dominick for not ruining a local derby which could have ended in tear. Was a tremendous game to watch and be apart of.

Good luck for the rest of the season

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My mate went and watched Lanreath game against Lamerton, was told the keeper from the home side was a differnt class,i have heard that he is like that every week. Is name is Tristian Gillet why is he playing in that league and not higher?.

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