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Duchy League Results Sat. 24th May

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Grampound 6-3 North Petherwin

Strange game at Grampound today. Both sides had periods of dominance but Grampound always looked the more likely to score.

Grampound's goals : Shane Weeks (2, 1 pen), John Rundle, Ryan Orchard and 2 own goals.

N.Petherwin's scorers: Penn, Sanders and an own goal.

Never seen a game with 3 own goals before. Grampound deserved the win, but at 4-3 down the visitors looked like getting back into the game until Grampound scored their fifth following a corner and their sixth with a fast breakaway.

Considering it was an end of season game, everything was fiercely contested but the game was played in an excellent spirit.

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LC Phoenix 0 Foxhole 1

This was a fascinating contest between two sides determined to either finish runners up or champions of Duchy 2. In the end, Foxhole edged the points by being more clinical in the final third but there was hardly anything between the two sides. Foxhole left with the Duchy league title, while Launceston College Phoenix (though disappointed with the loss) will draw positives from this performance and the way younger players bedded in successfully over the season.

Well done to Foxhole for winning the league, and good luck to all Duchy sides for next season.

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St.Dominick won 4-2 at Godolphin Atlantic to win the Division One championship to add to their KO Cup success of midweek. St.Dominick knew that three points from their last two matches would seal the title. A tricky trip to Godolphin started well with Scott Coombe putting in Kian Armitage to open the scoring in the 10th minute. Saints keeper Aaron Dingle made two good saves before Jamie Shepherd cut in from the left in the 17th minute to equalise. Coombe was the provider again as Saints restored their lead on the half hour when he set up Frazer Ferris to score. Godolphin hit back nine minutes into the second half with Lee Paxton firing their second equaliser from the right, but within two minutes a long kick out by Dingle found Coombe on the edge of the area and he lobbed the home keeper to restore the visitors lead. It was left to player-manager Adam Keith to seal the title with a 25 yard free kick in the 70th minute.

Grampound beat North Petherwin 6-3. An end of season game with little to play for proved to be a feisty affair. Shane Weeks gave Grampound a 5th minute lead when he got on the end of a long through ball. Petherwin were level within five minutes when Andy Penn took advantage of a defensive mix-up. The visitors gave away two own goals with Josh Sanders pulling one back, but they then conceded a penalty and Weeks scored his sides fourth. It was all Petherwin after half time, but they missed many chances. An unfortunate Derrick Lucas own goal pulled the visitors within a goal, but they were caught twice on the break as Grampound completed their victory. Firstly John Rundle headed in after a shot came back off the bar and then Ryan Orchard scored the sixth after being set up by Weeks.

Calstock ended a woeful season with a 17(seventeen) -1 defeat at Edgcumbe. They started the game with nine men with one other coming on twenty minutes into the game, but give them credit that they fulfilled the fixture. Mackenzie Brown scored four goals with Jamie Cooper and Jake Foster adding a hat trick apiece. Danny Medlin and Liam Cadd both scored a brace with Ollie Brooks, Will Dunstone and an own goal completing the home tally.

Foxhole have had a long wait to complete their season not having played since 3rd May, but a Tom Hicks goal at LC Phoenix ensured the wait was worth the while as they won the Division Two championship on goal difference from St.Minver. League Chairman Colin Burrell presented the trophy at the completion of the game.

Mevagissey survived a final day shoot out with Pensilva Reserves to preserve their place in Division Four. Pensilva went into the game knowing only a win would do and a Karl Gross brace and a Lamin Marenah goal gave them hope, but home hero Charlie Prynne struck a hat trick to double his total for the season and save the home side.

Godolphin Atlantic reserves ended their first season with a 3-2 home defeat to Southgate Seniors. Jack Scott and Trebilcock were the home scorer’s.

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