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Callington 1-3 St Dennis

Saints goals :

Carl Ricks (2)

Chrissy Brown

Was a superb performance all over from the lads, and considering we were without David muzzy ricks, mark Rowe, chalks, Scott hill, perry Harvey and Kyle friendship.

We had to shuffle the side about abit,

The lads that stepped in were incredible, Andrew Sincock of St Stephans, Gareth geach of Roche Jamie Seery of Indian queens and Adam gamble of nanpean. Going 3-0 up inside 35mins, callington quickly responded, HT 1-3.

2nd half we came out and worked our socks off and limited cally to few changes, and creating some of our own, with the cally keeper pulling off 3 top draw saves in the 2nd half, we won't speak to soon because cally visit our place on Saturday and we are in the same position as tonight. But a great result tonight.

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CSWPL PREMIER DIVISION
24/04/2013 Bovey 2 - 1 Witheridge
24/04/2013 Camelford 2 - 2 Liverton
24/04/2013 St Austell 4 - 0 St Blazey
24/04/2013 Tavistock 1 - 5 Launceston

1 Bodmin 32 25 6 1 107 24 83 81
2 Parkway 34 22 6 6 84 43 41 72
3 Elburton 33 22 5 6 86 49 37 71
4 St Austell 32 20 4 8 69 41 28 64
5 Launceston 34 19 4 11 62 42 20 61
6 Saltash 33 15 9 9 72 39 33 54
7 St Blazey 32 15 7 10 73 48 25 52
8 Camelford 35 15 7 13 74 53 21 52
9 Newquay 32 15 4 13 66 53 13 49
10 Liverton 32 14 5 13 69 50 19 47
11 Witheridge 31 14 5 12 67 49 18 47
12 Tavistock 34 15 2 17 68 69 -1 47
13 Ivybridge 31 13 2 16 57 62 -5 41
14 Torpoint 33 10 9 14 55 62 -7 39
15 Bovey 33 10 8 15 44 78 -34 38
16 Falmouth 32 7 6 19 42 75 -33 27
17 Cullompton 33 8 2 23 42 95 -53 26
18 Liskeard 34 4 5 25 39 105 -66 16
19 Penzance 34 0 2 32 20 159 -139 2
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CSWPL DIVISION One West
24/04/2013 Callington 1 - 3 St Dennis
24/04/2013 Porthleven 2 - 3 Helston
24/04/2013 VospersOV 2 - 3 Dobwalls

1 Godolphin 28 25 2 1 91 21 70 77
2 Wadebridge 27 20 2 5 106 32 74 62
3 Helston 25 18 4 3 124 30 94 58
4 Penryn 27 15 5 7 74 45 29 50
5 Sticker 27 15 4 8 56 43 13 49
6 Dobwalls 27 15 4 8 72 60 12 49
7 St Dennis 26 15 2 9 74 56 18 47
8 Callington 26 13 6 7 79 31 48 45
9 Perranporth 28 13 2 13 62 65 -3 41
10 Hayle 30 11 7 12 59 49 10 40
11 Porthleven 26 10 2 14 35 55 -20 32
12 Truro City 27 11 1 15 48 61 -13 24
13 VospersOV 27 5 1 21 42 81 -39 16
14 Holsworthy 28 5 0 23 34 100 -66 15
15 Mousehole 27 3 0 24 21 115 -94 9
16 Foxhole 26 1 0 25 17 150 -133 3
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CSWPL DIVISION One East
24/04/2013 Appledore 3 - 0 Okehampton
24/04/2013 ExeterCS 3 - 2 Tots&Darts
24/04/2013 Exmouth 2 - 2 Budleigh
1 Exmouth 27 20 6 1 80 25 55 66
2 StokeG 26 16 6 4 85 44 41 56
3 Appledore 27 16 5 6 63 36 27 53
4 Budleigh 28 16 4 8 66 57 9 52
5 NewtonSpurs 27 14 6 7 70 49 21 48
6 Galmpton 27 14 1 12 57 62 -5 43
7 Teignmouth 28 13 3 12 71 64 7 42
8 ExeterCS 26 10 9 7 51 48 3 39
9 Okehampton 25 10 5 10 52 52 0 35
10 Tots&Darts 27 9 5 13 62 62 0 32
11 Alphington 26 8 4 14 36 53 -17 28
12 University 24 6 9 9 40 57 -17 27
13 Axminster 24 8 6 10 42 48 -6 26
14 Plymstock 27 6 2 19 43 70 -27 20
15 Crediton 25 4 2 19 28 83 -55 14
16 Sidmouth 26 0 7 19 26 62 -36 7
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Peninsula Premier

Camelford 2 - 2 Liverton

Camels scorers: Kyle Flew & Mark Gusterson

Very poor visibility due to thick fog spoilt this match and with Camels having Dan Balsdon, Kevin Murt, Andy Boxall, Charlie Barnes, Adam Sleep and Leighton Carhart all out, they can be reasonably happy with a point. Disappointing to lose Ryan Pooley through injury tonight as well.

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Vospers 2 Dobwalls 3

The visitors dominated the first half and went into the break 3-0 up with goals from Josh Notman 2 and Dan Tapper.

They took their foot off the peddle in the second half and were caught twice in ten minutes with the young vospers side scoring twice.

Dobwalls dug deep to hold on for the three points but were pushed all the way to the end to keep the lantoom park outfits unbeaten run intact.

Vospers do not look like a team that has lost the last 12 fixtures and I feel that if they carry on playing with the same passion that they have shown in both of the games against Dobwalls then they should improve and be a force to be reckoned with in the future.

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