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Duchy League results - Saturday Oct 4th 2014

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Division 1

Grampound 4-3 Premier Sixes

A close game probably just shaded by Grampound, although anyone watching would confirm that it might have gone either way. There were some splendid goals scored by both teams, although Lynchy's equaliser for Premier Sixes (and their third) probably owed a little more to good fortune than the other 6, all of which were worth watching. Grampound were pleased to see Derrick Lucas drill a 25 yarder into the bottom corner just a few minutes later for the winner.

Scorers for Grampound : Mark Wherry, Pete Thomas, Derrick Lucas (2)

Scorers for Premier Sixes : Woodgate, Olander, Lynch

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LC Phoenix 4 Godophin 2

This was an entertaining game with both sides showing a commitment to scoring goals. Launceston College Phoenix went ahead through a superb long range strike from Darren Webber. Josh Barron added the alumni teams second with a chipped effort and there were goals for debutants Jake Benney and Jed Parnell. Jack Rich, who stood in for the absent Nick Oldaker, had a decent game between the sticks.

Phoenix man of the match: Darren Webber

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Looe Town scored a superb Premier Division win hitting four without reply at home to Saltash United. Luke Cloke scored a brace with Matt Barton and Matt Woodgate adding a goal apiece.

St.Newlyn East are still looking for a first point of the season. They went down 2-0 at home to Pelynt with Marcus Metters and Anthony Harman netting the goals.

Lamerton remain unbeaten after an impressive 3-0 defeat of Torpoint Athletic. Simon Kelly got on the end of a right wing cross in the 16th minute to open the scoring. They doubled the lead with a superb goal when Blair Vanstone took a ball from the left and volleyed into the top right hand corner in the 27th minute. Paul Cowling put the result beyond reach two minutes into the second half with a shot from just outside the box.

North Petherwin beat St.Stephen 3-1. Tim Robinson scored twice in the first half, the second an absolute screamer from thirty-five yards. Matt Truscott pulled a goal back for St.Stephen with a fantastic back post header but Joe Reeves replied to secure the home win.

Padstow United won the battle of the top two with a 6-2 win at an understrength St.Dominick. The home side with some players unavailable made two late signings to put a team together. They couldn’t hold a confident Padstow team who scored through Kyle Tippett (2), Dan Jobson, Dave Lockwood, Johnny Murt and Simon Press. St.Dominick replied through Ricky Coton and Ashley Small.

These are difficult times at St.Columb Major. They travelled to Lostwithiel and were thrashed 9-1. James Hutchings scored four goals with Martyn Jones adding a hat trick. Tom Grylls and Dan Carr completed the home tally with Steve Martin getting the St.Columb consolation.

Foxhole beat Edgcumbe 4-1 in Division One. Aydan Rundle gave them a 20th minute lead. The early stages of the second half saw Edgcumbe on top before Rundle scored his second. Foxhole’s third came from a good move down the right hand side with the ball worked through to Sam Leaney to score. Edgcumbe were awarded a free kick on the edge of the area with fifteen minutes to go and Jay Boyle reduced the arrears. Foxhole responded immediately from the kick off with Jamie Robinson putting the result out of doubt.

Grampound shaded a good contest with Premier Sixes 4-3. Sixes turned up with all of their defensive unit missing through injuries, illness and holidays and it cost them dearly as poor defending led to all of the Grampound goals. Grampound took a 10th minute lead when Tim Peers free kick wasn’t cleared and was tucked away by Mark Wherry. Sixes were level almost immediately, Dan Woodgate having an easy roll in after great work from Martyn Probert. Midway through the first half Derrick Lucas put Grampound back in front as the 6’s defence went missing. Only a few minutes later Peter Thomas fired into the top corner to extend the home lead after ther 6’s defence once more went AWOL. Karl Olander scored an an outstanding overhead kick to reduce the arrears. James Lynch hit a long shot which deceived home keeper Dan Riley and levelled the match Grampound scored a late winner when Lucas ran at the defence and fired a firm low shot into the corner.

Biscovey beat St.Minver 1-0. They were awarded a 25th penalty but the visiting keeper made a good save. Biscovey opened the scoring five minutes later from a back post header from Tom Pickering. The hosts were the better side in the first half but faced some pressure after the restart. Strangely St.Minver rarely threatened near goal and the half rather petered out.

LC Phoenix beat Godolphin Atlantic 4-2. Josh Barron, Darren Webber, Jake Benney and Jed Parnell were the home scorer’s with Ben Colquhoun and Jamie McNamee replying.

St.Mawgan stay top of the table after a 4-1 win at St.Cleer. Grant Russell, Alex Coles, Andy Willmott and Aaron Bicknell for St.Mawgan with Steve Luscombe scoring the home goal.

With the Division Two leaders in cup action, Calstock took advantage to close the gap. They trailed 2-0 at half time to Gerrans & St.Mawes United with James Fryer and Aidan Richards on target. Calstock showed great character to fight back after the break. Berryn Phillips scored a brace and John Candy also scored as they ran out 3-2 winners.

A strong Gunnislake team took local bragging rights with a fine 5-0 victory at Stoke Climsland. Kieren Jasper scored a brace with Glen Tremblett, Alex Caers and Harry Southcott adding further goals.

Sticker won 6-3 at St.Neot. Jack Boardman and Gus Angilly scored a brace apiece with Bradley Ralph and Ashley Koppelow completing the visitors tally. Jordan Dennis, Connor Stone and Andy Tamblyn replied for St.Neot.

North Hill and Holywell/Cubert Athletic drew two all, a fair result in a good game. Dan Gregory and Jason Ridgment scored for North Hill with Simon Holmes getting both Holywell goals.

Lifton and Packhorse Athletic also drew two all. Dan O’Donovan and Jake Murrain were the home scorer’s with Phil Roberts and Ross Willcocks replying for Packhorse.

Lanivet Inn lost their unbeaten record in Division Three when beaten 2-1 at home by St.Breward. The home team just were not at the races as defensive mistakes allowed Lee Newton and Luke Richards to give the visitors a two-goal first half lead. Dave Mullis pulled one back after half time but the home team couldn’t find an equaliser.

Veryan thumped St.Cleer reserves 10-0. It was a bad day for St.Cleer with Dan Vincent and Justin Trebilcock both grabbing hat tricks. Craig Phillips scored twice with Tom Rescorl and Sam Kenny completing the rout.

St.Stephen reserves picked up their first points of the season beating Gorran 2-0. The first half was all St Stephen with Rodney Rickard hitting the bar in the 14th minute. They took the lead two minutes later when a high ball caught out the Gorran keeper and Jack Mingo tapped in from close range. In the 29th minute the Gorran keeper was substituted after colliding heavily with the post. Matthew Spry came off the bench to score the 2nd after replacing Dean Robinson. From a corner the ball wasn't cleared and Spry couldn't miss from 6 yards out. The second half was quite open but lacked any chances the only incident was when the St Stephen keeper Ciaran Igoe picked up a back pass and the referee gave a free kick well inside the box. Igoe kept hold of the ball and was booked and moments later the Gorran no8 who was also booked for pushing Igoe was sent off when he gave the referee some verbal abuse.

Tintagel thrashed Grampound reserves 7-1. The visitors were unlucky losing a couple of players through injury which didn’t help their cause. Martyn Cockcroft hit a hat trick with Sean Keeble (2), Ollie Price and James Cowling completing the home scoring. Ryan Henderson replied for Grampound.

Queens Rangers beat North Petherwin reserves 3-2. Casey Laity scored a brace with Nathan Johns adding the other home goal. Jack Rich and Lee Matthews replied for Petherwin.

Kevin McHugh scored five times as Division Four leaders Godolphin Atlantic reserves won 10-1 at Lanreath to maintain their 100 per cent start, Harri Tilston added a brace with Tom Hogg, Scott Potterton and Jack Scott completing the rout. Jordan Dicks scored the home consolation.

Rame Peninsula had to switch their game to St.Merryn with the Saltmill pitch still not available to play. They also travelled knowing that no official referee was available and put in a very sporting display in a decent contest. St.Merryn were two up when Rame keeper took a long downfield punt which went right over his opposite number and into the net. St.Merryn then dominated the second half running out 5-2 winners. Lewis Canfield, Josh Dark, Ben Curtis, Richard Hughes and Mick Shearer scored for St.Merryn and Dane Nodder get Rame’s second.

Delabole United and Mevagissey shared eight goals. Kieran Barrett scored a brace for Delabole with Luke King and Sean Phillips completing their tally. Mevagissey replied with a Ryan Morcom brace, an own goal and a Ross Masters goal.

Tregrehan Mills dominated the early stages of their contest with Southgate Seniors missing a number of chances. They then fell behind to a 25 yard screamer from Reece Heywood. It took until ten minutes from time to find the equaliser from Dom Swire. Mills thought they had scored a winner five minutes later, but the goal was ruled out by a linesman’s offside flag, which the home team thought a bit contentious, the game ending one all.

Wadebridge Town were heading for a goalless draw with Pelynt reserves but were caught with a sucker punch two minutes from time to go down to defeat.

Week St.Mary picked up a first win in Division Five since their return to the league. They beat St.Teath 5-0 with Rob Pearce scoring a brace and Ben Smeeth, Jake Cartwright and Josh Allsop scoring one apiece.

Boscastle reserves beat St.Newlyn East reserves by the odd goal in nine. Matt Jolliffe and Darren Hambly scored a brace apiece for Boscastle with Matt Pethick completing their tally. Newlyn replied with a braces from Cezary Kiraga and Mark Nagle.

Kilkhampton maintained their unbeaten start with a 3-0 win at Pensilva. Tom Shadrick and Joel Davey put them two ahead at half time. Lamin Marenah hit the bar as Pensilva came back in the second half, but the visitors were awarded a penalty and Calvin Parnell converted to seal the points.

Saltash United reserves drew one all with Roche. Curtis Lanfear of Saltash traded goals with Harrison Burdon of Roche.

The one remaining KMD Development KO Cup match saw Division Two leaders St.Dennis lose for the first time, beaten 3-1 at home by AFC Bodmin. Nathan Hugh scored for St.Dennis but goals from Andy Seymour, Matt Hooper and Richard Cooper put the visitors through.

In the reserve team cup St.Minver reserves won 3-2 at St.Mawgan reserves. Mike Green scored a brace for St.Minver with Connor Bridgway adding a further goal. The home goals were scored by Mike Old and a Lee Bryant penalty.

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Duchy 3

Veryan 10:0 st cleer res

Veryan started at a fast tempo and shot to a 4 goal lead after 15mins and was dominant throughout! St cleer res kept goin till the end with st cleers number 7 having a decent game an the right midfielder putting some good balls in! Justin trebilcock an dan vincent both getting hattricks craig phillips 2 tom rescorl on his debut gets a goal an sam kenny grabbed the last one! Mom justin trebilcock good luck to st cleer lads for the rest of the season!

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