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Duchy League Results Sat 20th April 2013


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Duchy League Results Sat 20th April 2013

Saturday 20th April 2013

Bodmin Sports Trophies Duchy League Cup Semi- Final Second Leg
St. Merryn (3) 3 - 3 Gerrans & St. Mawes United (0)
Padstow United 2 - 0 St. Minver
Premier Division
Calstock 1 - 8 AFC St. Austell
Fowey United 1 - 1 Lamerton
Mevagissey 4 - 3 Saltash United
St. Mawgan 3 - 2 Torpoint Athletic
St. Newlyn East 3 - 0 St. Columb Major
First Division
Altarnun 1 - 0 Grampound
Godolphin Atlantic N / R Biscovey
Looe Town 4 - 0 Gunnislake
Pensilva C - C Maker with Rame
Polperro 0 - 2 Pelynt
St. Dominick 2 - 1 Week St. Mary
Second Division
AFC Bodmin P - P Gerrans & St. Mawes United
Boscastle 1 - 1 Queens Rangers
Lanreath 2 - 6 Foxhole Stars
Lostwithiel 1 - 0 North Petherwin
Sticker 2 - 3 Premier Sixes
Third Division
Camelford 3 - 5 LC Phoenix
Lanivet Inn 4 - 2 Callington Town
St. Stephen 3 - 3 Roche
Welcome Inn 2 - 0 Delabole United
Fourth Division
Gorran 2 - 3 North Hill
Grampound Reserves 1 - 3 St. Cleer Reserves
Gunnislake Reserves 1 - 2 Pensilva Reserves
Lifton KO 5-00 St. Neot
Mevagissey Reserves KO 5-00 Tintagel
St. Teath P - P Wadebridge Town
Torpoint Comrades 1 - 1 St. Teath
Fifth Division
Boscastle Reserves 2 - 2 Duke of Cornwall
Dean Favreau 2 Ross Naddel 2
St. Columb Major Reserves 5 - 0 St. Minver Reserves
Southgate P - P St. Merryn
Southgate 5 - 0 St. Newlyn East Reserves
Veryan 3 - 0 North Petherwin Reserves
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Camelford 3 LC Phoenix 5

Phoenix almost wobbled in this classic game of two halves. Despite taking the lead early on through an excellent Harry Marsh goal, the alumni team were far too slow to challenge Camelford in defence and midfield and conceeded three goals in the first half. Thankfully Glenn Coles scored a beautifully crafted goal, thanks to some good work by Josh Barron on the left, to ensure Camelford only went in at half time a single goal ahead with the score at 3-2.

A stern half time talk and a change in formation gave Phoenix far more impetus in the second half. Phoenix threatened early on and Glenn Coles claimed a brace after Jon Bye found space on the right to cross to Coles. Then Harry Marsh scored another with an absolute gem of a goal that he struck powerfully with his left foot, curling the ball into the top corner. Skipper Shaun Cox scored his fourth goal in two games to give the alumni team a two goal cushion and all three points. Phoenix will definitely need more of what they showed in the second half here today if they want to close the gap on St Minver. Thanks to the Camelford team and management, who were fantastic hosts.

The White Hart Hotel Man of the Match Award: Harry Marsh- full of menace and technique, Marsh showed his class today with two superb goals and an all-round influential display.

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Lanreath 2-6 Foxhole

Foxhole would've had more goals if the young Lanreath keeper had not made some great saves.

Goal Scorers for Foxhole:

Sam L 5

Jamie R 1

Bring on our last game of the season next Saturday against Queens

Also heard Mevagissey beat Saltash 4-3, great result for Meva beat league leaders Saltash

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Calstock 1 - 8 St Austell

Calstock couldn't compete with the quality of St Austell.

The game was played in good spirit and well refereed (although a couple dubious penalties). The harm included 3 penalties for St Austell of which one was saved. Some of St Austells play and finishing was superb.

Calstock decided to give it a go from the off setting up with an attacking formation! We have decided its more fun to attack than defend all game to keep the score down. To our credit especially in the seco half we started to create half chances and had some decent passages of play, topped off with a well taken goal celebrated in style by Rouse (who was terrible otherwise haha).

Great banter and the calstock crazy gang had a good day.

Good luck to St Austell and I hope they win the league as they are much more sporting than Saltash.

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Calstock 1 - 8 St Austell

Calstock couldn't compete with the quality of St Austell.

The game was played in good spirit and well refereed (although a couple dubious penalties). The harm included 3 penalties for St Austell of which one was saved. Some of St Austells play and finishing was superb.

Calstock decided to give it a go from the off setting up with an attacking formation! We have decided its more fun to attack than defend all game to keep the score down. To our credit especially in the seco half we started to create half chances and had some decent passages of play, topped off with a well taken goal celebrated in style by Rouse (who was terrible otherwise haha).

Great banter and the calstock crazy gang had a good day.

Good luck to St Austell and I hope they win the league as they are much more sporting than Saltash.

hahaha muppet!
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St. Columb Major Reserves 5 - 0 St. Minver Reserves

Major overwhelmed a surprisingly disappointing St. Minver side in the sunshine after a lively opening to their encounter at The Recreation Ground.

Major anticipated a challenging ninety minutes following a gritty reverse fixture earlier in the season, however, despite not being at their best, the home side strolled into the lead and could easily have benefitted from a substantial early margin.
Major took the lead early in the first half when midfielder Josh Turner rose highest amongst a crowd of defenders at the far post to head home Luke Worrall's corner via the underside of the crossbar. It appeared that the home side did not expect such an early goal, yet it could easily have been many more as Turner was denied a second when he anticipated a fumble from the goalkeeper to tuck the ball away only to be denied by a contentious offside flag.

The home side were surprised not to receive a penalty when Jamie Tipton was crudely bundled to the ground in the area, only for the decision to go against Tipton for handball as he took a tumble. Tipton was then denied by the woodwork on two occasions; the first a fine free kick that was thwarted by a combination of the goalkeeper and the frame of the goal and the second resulting from a long clearance by the visitors that was returned immediately to Tipton who lifted the ball past the goalkeeper and could only watch on as the ball dropped against the foot of the post.

Yet it could have been so different as the visitors finally found their groove, with Major defender Michael Rabone lucky to avoid a booking when his marker's pace along the touchline drew a late challenge. With Major's defensive line breached, the visitors squandered a fine chance to equalise from close range and when Major goalkeeper Eliot Clarke was forced to punch a high cross clear just a few minutes later, the rebound was expertly turned back towards his goal with a stunning half volley that whistled marginally wide.

However, Tipton was able to make the most of the next opportunity, taking advantage of a poor clearance from the goalkeeper, who had endured a challenging first half, neatly collecting his clearance to bury the ball into the bottom corner to provide the home side with some breathing space.

The most controversial moment of the match was to follow as St. Minver won the ball in the Major half, resulting in a lovely sidefooted strike that dipped over Clarke's despairing dive and under the crossbar. However, with two St. Minver players suggested to be in the line of Clarke's sight, the goal was chalked off and Major effectively put the game out of sight before half time, albeit with two important penalty decisions making all the difference.

Josh Turner had enjoyed an impressive first half with some fine support from Simon Mitchell and David Menhenitt and it was Turner's strike at goal from the edge of the area that was adjudged to have been handled by a St. Minver defender as he charged down a strike that may have been missing the target. Luke Worrall stepped up to take the spot kick and was almost denied with a fine low save at full-stretch, with the ball nestling into the bottom corner to give Major a third goal. Yet in first half stoppage time it was the visitors claiming and penalty and a straight red card for Rabone, who was exonerated by referee Anita Gittens after a tangle of legs resulted in a goal kick for the home side.

Major manager Nigel Worrall asked for a big start to the second half and his players delivered, providing him with two early goals to put the game well and truly out of sight. Dean Dingle had offered a continued presence of the left wing all afternoon and his fine work out wide was rewarded as he cut inside to strike the ball goalbound with the final touch from a St. Minver defender helping the ball into the net. Josh Turned then made it five for Major, who have scored twenty-one goals in their last three games at The Recreation Ground, neatly collecting the loose ball on the edge of the area to slot home through a narrow corridor in the crowded area, leaving the St. Minver goalkeeper helpless.

Rabone and Worrall made way with under half an hour to spare and Tipton was unable to add a sixth goal, denied by a fine low save by the visiting goalkeeper. Clarke's goal continued to live a charmed life a St. Minver could not find a consolation despite having a couple of reasonable opportunities.

Despite a low-scoring start to the season, Major have found some form in front of goal as they prepare for their reserve team cup final in the coming weeks.

Man of the match - Josh Turner

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Calstock great bunch of lads today... Stayed in the game for 90 minutes and was great banter on the pitch ... Good luck for next season.... Reports have it from our squad best away showers in the league .... Cheers for today ... Ps great orange gimp suit from the gaffer

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Lostwithiel 1 North Petherwin o

James Hutch with the only goal against a good Petherwin side in a game played in a great spirit. Unfortunately our gaffer Graham Rule was taken to hospital after badly hurting his arm in the 80th minute.Many thanks to Nick and his petherwin team for his help and their understanding during the lengthy delay waiting for the ambulance and hopefully see you next season. Well done to our boys for a fantastic season especially the Morcom twins and congrats to Padstow for winning a tough league with some great teams in it.Get well soon Ruler.

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Lostwithiel 1 North Petherwin o

James Hutch with the only goal against a good Petherwin side in a game played in a great spirit. Unfortunately our gaffer Graham Rule was taken to hospital after badly hurting his arm in the 80th minute.Many thanks to Nick and his petherwin team for his help and their understanding during the lengthy delay waiting for the ambulance and hopefully see you next season. Well done to our boys for a fantastic season especially the Morcom twins and congrats to Padstow for winning a tough league with some great teams in it.Get well soon Ruler.

Congratulations to Lostwithiel on winning promotion from all at Padstow United.

A Fantastic effort with a great run at the right time of the season.

Our commiserations to Nick and his boys at North Petherwin.

Looking forward to next season already and another challenge.

Send our best wishes to Graham for a speedy recovery.

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The match was not abandoned as it never took place, there was no referee appointed for the match until 12 ish which maker had informed there players about 11.30 ish that the match was off which maker did on there own accord with no one from Pensilva or the league telling them that the match was off and then they could not raise a side once they were informed that there was a ref for the match.

anyone know what happened at pensilva? heard there game with maker was abondoned.

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Would like to congratulate veryan and lostwithial for there championship and promotion from all at north petherwin. Would also like to say well done to our seconds for putting in the performance they did against veryan with only 9 players. Also get well soon graham ruler.

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I would like to add it was a absolute pleasure to officiate at Calstock yesterday , even though they were well and truely beaten by the side I believe will win the league and making it the double , they never once gave up ,kept smiling and looked like a real team with spirit .As for St Austell what a great bunch of lads didn`t rub the win in and all back to the pub for great food and more laughs . SUPER AFTERNOON had by all and I wish every Saturday was as much fun as this one....

Good luck to both teams for the rest of the season :thumbsup::thumbsup::drink: the REF

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Congratulations to gaz and veryan for winning div 5 yesterday!good bunch of lads that deserve the league title!! I went down an watched them win the division against a 9 men north Petherwin!! Who battled well throughout the game!! A lot of sides wouldn't of travelled all that way with only 9 men!especially against a side who haven't lost a game in the league all season!! An was reffed well! Game played in good spirits on a great surface!!!

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