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Duchy League Results - Saturday Nov 22nd 2014

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Premier Division

Looe Town v St Newlyn East

Lostwithiel v Pelynt

Padstow United v North Petherwin

Saltash United v Torpoint Athletic

St Columb Major v Lamerton

St Stephen v St Dominick

Division 1

AFC Bodmin v St Minver

Biscovey v Altarnun

Edgcumbe FC v Godolphin Atlantic

Foxhole Stars v St Mawgan

Grampound v LC Phoenix

St Cleer v Premier Sixes

Division 2

Gerrans & St Mawes Utd v Calstock

Gunnislake v Callington Town

Holywell and Cubert v Stoke Climsland

Lifton v St Neot

North Hill v Sticker

Packhorse Athletic v St Dennis

Division 3

Boscastle v Lanivet Inn

North Petherwin Reserves v St Stephen Res

St Breward v Tregony

Tintagel v St Cleer Reserves

Veryan v Grampound Reserves

Division 4

Godolphin Atlantic Reserves v Lanreath

Rame Peninsula FC v St Merryn

Tregrehan Mills v High Street

Division 5

Roche v Padstow United Res

St Dennis Res v Real Saltash

St Mawgan Reserves v Kilkhampton

St Newlyn East Reserves v Pensilva

St Teath v Week St Mary

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Division 1

Grampound 3-3 LC Phoenix

Grampound were disappointed to not take all the points in a game they felt they should have won after playing well and taking the lead 3 times. All credit to the visitors though who fought back well every time and with Grampound suffering a few injuries they could have nicked it at the end. I never usually comment on referees other than to praise them but the one today was horrendous, with little idea and even less care about his performance and, on one occasion, his behaviour.

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Grampound 3-3 LC Phoenix

Lc phoenix found themselves lucky to gain a point away to a physical grampound side after a below par performance. The game saw 6 goals grampound taking the lead on 3 occasions only to be pegged back by a Nathan cox penalty, a superb goal from Cameron bailey and a joe davis tap in. Both teams spurned chances to win it which could have gone to grampound if it weren't for the woodwork. both teams sustained injuries including left back luke Williams who sustained a nasty broken nose early on and a special mention must go young sam iggulden who stepped out of his normal midfield role into the left back role and was superb growing in confidence throughout.

I must agree with the above comment regarding the referee with both sides putting in tackles 2 or 3 players may have saw cards but I believe none were shown including the penalty incident where our striker was brought down by the last man. Despite this lack of control and discipline both teams kept their cool and got on with it which was good to see

White hart hotel Man of the match award - Nathan Cox for a captains performance standing out amongst the rest of the phoenix squad.

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North Hill 1-2 Sticker (Keast,Fogarty)

well contested game, but passing football came out on top in the end. this game was more one sided than the scoreline suggests, due to some wasteful finishing and good goalkeeping by the North hill keeper.

good bunch of lads, who gave us some nice comments about the way we play football. look forward to hosting you at our place!

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Two teams who know each other well met at Jury Park as unbeaten Premier league leaders Padstow entertained and beat North Petherwin 4-0. Padstow started brightly but the away side stood firm. The game was played at a fast pace with both sides looking to play passing football. With the first half looking to end in stalemate the home side were awarded a free kick. Darren Roose drilled the ball in and Kevin Allen got his head to guide the ball into the net. Padstow came out strongly at the start of the second half and went further in front when Allen hit an unstoppable left foot shot into the roof of the net. Padstow then dominated play for the next 15 minutes and their third came when Kyle Tippet controlled the ball with his left foot his next touch lifted the ball over the on-coming defender and his 3rd touch lifted the ball over the keeper and into the net. Superb goal. Padstow's fourth came after Sean Blows cross to the far post was met by Allen and Rob Elliot had the easiest of tap ins. North Petherwin never gave up and were unlucky not to score when the ball came back off the post and rolled across the open goal with no one on hand to finish.

Looe Town kept up the pressure at the top of the Premier Division beating St.Newlyn East 3-2. The hosts were given a battle by the visitors after having a player sent off for a provocative gesture after Newlyn had scored a goal, which they claim was a thumbs up. Looe held on to record three points with Danny Carroll, Jay Fisher and Matt Barton getting their goals. Newlyn replied with goals from Mickey Thompson and Andy Lilley.

Lamerton won 1-0 at St.Columb Major. The visitors missed a penalty but within minutes Simon Kelly hit their sixty-fifth minute winner. For St.Columb it was a similar story of a barren attack.

Saltash United led Torpoint Athletic 2-0 at half time in their Tamarside derby with goals from Shaun Cleary and Karl Whitehead. However, the young home side couldn’t hold their advantage after the break as Torpoint fought back to win 3-2. There was a debut goal for Scott Blatchford and one each from Lee Vigus and Matt Westall.

Lostwithiel were two up at half time at home to Pelynt with Josh Cook and James Hutchings hitting the target. Pelynt hit back after the restart and levelled after goals from Liam Jones and Tom Davies, but Lostwithiel responded in style to win 3-2 with Martyn Jones hitting the winner.

St.Stephen overwhelmed St.Dominick 7-0 a great result for a rampant St Stephen who could have led 10-0 at half time if all the chances were taken. Craig Coad scored on 8 minutes but the goal was ruled out for offside, then St Dominick had a shot that went wide of the goal with the St Stephen keeper well beaten. From then on it was all St Stephen. Coad with the first of three for him, he ran into the area on 26 minutes firing a low shot passed the St Dominick keeper and two minutes later he scored again this time a tap in from a cross by Chris Kellow. Coad got his hat-trick on 32 minutes heading in from a James Truscott free-kick. St Stephen then went 4-0 up when Coad was fouled in the area and Ross Dunn made no mistake from the spot in the 37th minute. St Stephen had two goals ruled out for offside on 41 and 43 minutes. The second half was tighter until the 73td minute when a Richard Avery volley from a Jason Rundle cross went in, and they extended their lead on 76 minutes when Avery scored again from a free-kick from close range. The final goal was scored in the 89th minute when Jason Rundle got onto the end of an Avery cross.

Foxhole overtake St.Mawgan at the top of Division One after beating their title rivals 2-1. St.Mawgan opened the scoring in the fifth minute. Foxhole recovered from this setback and pushed the visitors hard but went into the break a goal down. Foxhole again exerted pressure at the start of the second half and equalised in the 62nd minute through Paul Reed. St.Mawgan came much more into the game with the result in doubt until seven minutes from the end when Richard Griffin scored the crucial winner.

Zak Peel scored all four goals for St.Cleer as they beat Premier Sixes 4-3 for a first win of the season and to move off the bottom of the table. St Cleer led 3-0 after half an hour before Premier Sixes fought back to make it 3-3. The visitors felt hard done by when the referee failed to show any sort of card to the home keeper after he dragged down Martyn Probert when he was clean through on goal. Zack Peel scored the winner in the last minute. The visitors replied through Martyn Probert, Karl Olander and Dan Parsonage.

Grampound and LC Phoenix shared six goals. New signing Richard James floated a ball over the defence for Danny Austin to round the keeper and put the hosts ahead. A rash challenge handed Phoenix a penalty, which Nathan Cox converted to send the teams into the break level. Grampound regained the lead after the interval through Mark Wherry but the visitors came back again with Joe Davis finishing a good run with a flick past the keeper. Austin headed a corner at the far post to put Grampound in front for the third time but more slack play allowed Cameron Bailey to equalise after a goal mouth scramble.

Biscovey took the lead after five minutes at home to Altarnun when Jimmy Penhall scored. The goal followed by 30 minutes of dominance led the team into a false sense of security and they started to give the advantage back to Altarnun. The visitors were awarded a free kick and some poor defensive play led to the equaliser. Altarnun scored a second just after the restart after a free kick was fumbled in by the keeper and although Biscovey tried to rally they seldom looked like pulling back a goal and went down to a 2-1 defeat.

St.Minver won 2-1 at AFC Bodmin with both goals coming from Corey Cleave penalty kicks. Billy Daynes pulled a goal back for Bodmin.

Edgcumbe and Godolphin Atlantic drew three apiece. Ollie Brooks scored a brace for Edgcumbe with Zak Pearce adding their other goal. Godolphin replied with a Ben Colquhoun brace and a Dan Cheadle goal to give them a first point in seven league games.

North Hill suffered a last minute home defeat to high riding Sticker in Division Two. The visitors generally controlled play throughout the first half, but a combination of missed chances and a stubborn home defence resulted in a blank score-line until the 43rd minute when Sticker took the lead. Alex Keast running through slotted home which looked likely to be the half time score. However straight from the resumption a mistake in the visiting defence allowed Jason Ridgment to equalise right on the half time whistle. The second half followed a similar pattern to the first with Sticker passing the ball around bit failing when in front of goal. The North Hill defence looked to have earned their team a point as the second half went into added time but a late corner was headed down by Bradley Ralph for Sam Fogarty to flick home for a 2-1 win.

Nathan Hugh hit a hat trick as leaders St.Dennis won 4-2 at Packhorse Athletic. Paul Rowe added the other Saints goals. Neil White and Ross Willcock were the Packhorse marksmen.

Calstock travelled to Gerrans & St.Mawes United and returned home with three points from a 2-1 win. Nick Webb scored the home goal with Jan Humphrey getting both Calstock goals.

Lifton were in dominant form hitting eight without reply against St.Neot. Dan O’Donovan hit a brace taking him to 13 goals for the season. Ryan Hancock also scored twice with the other goals from Chris Alford, Jake Hobson, Dan Hancock and an own goal.

Holywell/Cubert Athletic drew two all with Stoke Climsland. Michael Dodd scored both home goals with Ben Jeffery and Chris Crawford replying for Stoke.

St.Breward put in their best performance of the season in Division Three beating second placed Tregony 2-0. A dominant performance, albeit against a weakened visiting team saw a goal in each half from Wayne Davey and Luke Richards.

Leaders Veryan were made to battle for their 3-0 win over Grampound reserves. Goalless at the break two quick goals in succession early in the second half settled the contest. Alex Pearce, Justin Trebilcock and Craig Phillips were the home marksmen.

Adam Price scored four times as Tintagel beat St.Cleer reserves 7-2. Ollie Price, Jimi Siford and Martyn Cockcroft completed the home tally. Brad Cowling and Matt Pascoe replied.

North Petherwin reserves picked up a welcome three points beating St.Stephen reserves 3-0. Oscar Reeve scored one with Glen Charnock adding a brace.

Boscastle came from 2-1 down to beat Lanivet Inn 3-2 in a fine game. Goals from Chris Churchill and Andy Penhall had the visitors in the driving seat before the host’s comeback. Harley Westlake scored a brace with Matt Pethick adding the other home goal.

Division Four leaders Godolphin Atlantic reserves stretched their advantage beating Lanreath 4-0. Jack Scott, Dylan Rodgers, Callum Faulkner and Kevin McHugh scored a goal apiece to preserve their record of winning every game this season.

High Street lost their 100 percent league record when losing their derby to Tregrehan Mills 3-2. Mills started quickly with Dean Dingle eventually opening the scoring in the 25th minute. Jake Mansell equalised ten minutes later with a fine individual goal but Adam Sabine restored the home lead before half time after a fine solo run and a one-two to finish in style. Dom Swire put the hosts further ahead in the second half with Chris Sullivan pulling back a goal for High Street five minutes from time.

Rame Peninsula had a fine win with two Zach Rosen goals defeating St.Merryn 2-0.

Kilkhampton increased their lead at the top of Division Five after a 6-0 win at St.Mawgan reserves. The home team conceded an own goal in the opening exchanges and were on the back foot from thereon. Tom Shadrick scored a hat trick, with Lee Gardiner and Kelvin Parnell adding a goal apiece.

The bottom two met with Pensilva winning 4-0 at St.Newlyn East reserves to leave the home team well adrift at the bottom. Cian Clarkson scored a brace with Paul Merritt and Matt Trevorrow on his debut adding a goal apiece.

St.Teath beat Week St.Mary 2-1 with Danny Jerram-Smith and Scott Bennett scoring the home goals.

Pelynt reserves beat Boscastle reserve 5-3 to complete the semi-final line-up in the Reserve Team Cup competition. The higher division side were given a good battle before setting up a two legged tie against Grampound reserves. Ryan Oxley scored a brace with Luke Barnes with a first of the season, Eliot Keen and Aaron Adcock completing the home tally. Boscastle replied with a Darren Hambly brace and a Tim Lyle penalty.

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Well played looe yesterday!! We dominated the first half going ahead but they equalised right on half time!

2nd half different team and deservedly took the lead before scoring a 3rd!! After which their captain got sent off for running to my assistant screaming and giving him the bird! Felt a bit harsh seeing the straight red as we were all having a banter with each other as always, however did laugh about the fact his manager took him off a min or so earlier as he had already been booked and was biting, told his manger he was fine and wouldn't get sent off so got subbed back on at the free kick which they scored from and then was off!!

Newlyn piled the pressure back on after the sending off with looe hitting us on the break! Did score with a min to go but too little to late!!

Great effort from my boys with 11 missing again this week and going there with bare 11 and 2 walking wounded!!

Good luck to looe for the rest of the season

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I wonder whats going on at St Dominick?

The last two results have been heavy defeats for them and it seems they are struggling for numbers. Does anyone know if players have left the club all of a sudden?

They've always been a decent young side and i'm surprised with the last few results they've had because I would have expected them to be pushing near the top in Duchy Prem.

Still a good result for you boys at St Stephen though Grosey.....a change in fortunes perhaps?

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St dom are currently going through a restructure . There a new manager in place for the 2nd team and has made some new signings . 4/5 have stepped up to the 1st team and are proving themselves in the ecpl which is good for the club . Davegrose apologies from the club they didn't come back don't no why they didn't as im with 1st team but as a club we do strongly encourage our teams to go back win/lose or draw

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Cheers 4 the reply jayjay, our manager runs the pub n he had put food on 4 the away team but as they didn't show we ate it instead lol

Not having a go because it's every1s personal choice on wether they go back 4 a drink or home 2 watch x factor but twice in 3 weeks isn't exactly what the pubs that sponsor the teams needs

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