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Duchy League - Saturday February 21st 2015


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Premier Division              

Padstow United         3v1              Pelynt

Saltash United           4v3              Looe Town

St Dominick               2v1              St Columb Major

St Newlyn East          2v2              North Petherwin

 

Division 1

St Cleer                     1v4              Edgcumbe FC

 

Division 2

Calstock               1v2              North Hill

Gerrans & St Mawes Utd        2v1              Stoke Climsland

Gunnislake         3v2              St Neot

Lifton    0v7              Callington Town

Packhorse Athletic     1v1              Holywell and Cubert

Sticker  3v1              St Dennis

 

Division 3

Boscastle             2v1              Queens Rangers

North Petherwin Reserves     3v2              Gorran

St Stephen Res    2v2              Grampound Reserves

Tintagel                2v0              St Breward

Veryan                 9v1              Tregony

 

Division 4           

St Minver Reserves       0v3              St Merryn

Wadebridge Town         3v3              Godolphin Atlantic Reserves

Rame Peninsula FC      2v2              High Street

 

Division 5           

Real Saltash       15v0              St Newlyn East Reserves

Pensilva              2v2              Boscastle Reserves

 

KMD Developments KO Cup

Foxhole Stars     3v2              Premier Sixes

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st teath vs padstow off as referee decided not to turn up we did offer padstow to play and we sorted a ref but they then decide that they thought the pitch was too wet and also heard one of there team say they didnt want to play as we are supposed to be a dirty team ! its a shame we couldn't play as st teath had strong team and padstow must have had a few out as there better players from the other game were missing ! it now probably gonna be a evening game now so they can bring all there ringers or 1st in ! hopefully we get them on a Saturday

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Duchy League Div 3

St Stephen Res.2-2 Grampound Res.

 

Grampound rescued a point when defender Alastair Woodman volleyed home from 10 yards for a rare goal about 10 minutes from the end. St Stephen had the better of the chances but it was a fairly even game.

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Veryan 9 : 1 tregony
Ennis 81 ull be happy to hear veryan lads all came out fine after todays game!! Tregony started well taking an early lead! But after that it was one way traffic with alot of different scorers today ollie young 1 justin trebilcock 1 alex pearce 1 liam cope 1 martyn o'callaghan 1 craig phillips 2 tom rescorl 1 and an og good overall performance an tregony kept going to the end looking forward to tuesday nite now!! 👍

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Veryan 9 : 1 tregony
Ennis 81 ull be happy to hear veryan lads all came out fine after todays game!! Tregony started well taking an early lead! But after that it was one way traffic with alot of different scorers today ollie young 1 justin trebilcock 1 alex pearce 1 liam cope 1 martyn o'callaghan 1 craig phillips 2 tom rescorl 1 and an og good overall performance an tregony kept going to the end looking forward to tuesday nite now!!

all those that hit the target, but where was bobbly? Was he the provider of any or is he saving himself for blaise? He is getting on a bit now.
Tregony had a bad couple of weeks of late.
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Veryan 9 : 1 tregony
Ennis 81 ull be happy to hear veryan lads all came out fine after todays game!! Tregony started well taking an early lead! But after that it was one way traffic with alot of different scorers today ollie young 1 justin trebilcock 1 alex pearce 1 liam cope 1 martyn o'callaghan 1 craig phillips 2 tom rescorl 1 and an og good overall performance an tregony kept going to the end looking forward to tuesday nite now!!

all those that hit the target, but where was bobbly? Was he the provider of any or is he saving himself for blaise? He is getting on a bit now.
Tregony had a bad couple of weeks of late.
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Yeah it's been bad couple of weeks. We're heavily reliant on 3-4 players and for 25mmins yesterday we were really good created couple of good chances could and maybe should have added to our lead but didn't take them after conceding, heads dropped,lost our shape. Ben towsey went off injured and veryan started to find space and punished us 2nd half it felt like we were playing with 9men when two 40+men can run and graft it's hard to take when a 19 y.old sulks and walks round good luck to veryan on Tuesday especially the tregony contingent in there squad.familiar surroundings for pearcy and dan v of veryan and dave grose of St stephens

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Yeah it's been bad couple of weeks. We're heavily reliant on 3-4 players and for 25mmins yesterday we were really good created couple of good chances could and maybe should have added to our lead but didn't take them after conceding, heads dropped,lost our shape. Ben towsey went off injured and veryan started to find space and punished us 2nd half it felt like we were playing with 9men when two 40+men can run and graft it's hard to take when a 19 y.old sulks and walks round good luck to veryan on Tuesday especially the tregony contingent in there squad.familiar surroundings for pearcy and dan v of veryan and dave grose of St stephens

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Veryan 9 : 1 tregony
Ennis 81 ull be happy to hear veryan lads all came out fine after todays game!! Tregony started well taking an early lead! But after that it was one way traffic with alot of different scorers today ollie young 1 justin trebilcock 1 alex pearce 1 liam cope 1 martyn o'callaghan 1 craig phillips 2 tom rescorl 1 and an og good overall performance an tregony kept going to the end looking forward to tuesday nite now!!

Good result for u going into tues nites final copey
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JJ JONES DUCHY FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Foxhole secured their place in the KMD Developments Knock Out Cup semi-finals and a clash with Biscovey after beating Premier Sixes 3-2 after extra time. The home side were not at their best. They hit post and bar in a goalless first half, but the most controversial incident occurred in the 30th minute when Sixes’ Dan Parsonage was controversially sent off much to the amazement of everybody on the pitch. Jamie Robinson put Foxhole ahead five minutes after the break but Martyn Probert quickly equalised with a volley. Robinson restored the hosts lead in the 65th minute before an own goal ten minutes from time meant the 10-man P6 team forced the game into extra time. After a nip and tuck first period, there was heartbreak for Sixes when Sam Leaney hit the winner with a shot that trickled through the keeper’s legs in the second period.

Looe Town suffered another bitter setback in their Premier Division title challenge. They trailed 3-1 at Saltash United at half time. Josh Tapp scored a brace for the hosts with Tom Easson adding their other goal. Matt Barton had scored for Looe and then came a fantastic fight back that saw them draw level with goals from Danny Carroll and Jordan Powell. With the game heading for a draw Karl Whitehead struck ten minutes from time to give Saltash a 4-3 win.

Padstow United stretched their lead to nine points after their 3-1 victory over Pelynt. Fran Riddle, Rob Rowe from the penalty spot and Danny O’Hagan scored for Padstow. The visitors reply came from a stunning own goal from Riddle.

St.Newlyn East picked up a first home point of the season after drawing two all with North Petherwin. Spencer Gaylard with his first of the season and Mickey Thompson scored for Newlyn with Joe Reeves and Tim Robinson replying for Petherwin.

There was an ugly end to the game at St.Dominick as the hosts beat St.Columb Major with a last minute penalty. Ben Marks had given St.Columb a first half lead. St.Dominick pulled it level through Connor Pritchard-Lee and with the game heading for a draw the referee awarded the late penalty from which Fraser Ferris gave the hosts a 2-1 win and invoked some fury from the visitors.

Just one game survived in Division One and St.Cleer failed to perform as they went down 4-1 at home to Edgcumbe. Zak Peel scored the hosts consolation but strikes from Ben Dodds, Ollie Brooks, Connor McHale and Mike Fazackerley gave Edgcumbe three points to push them into mid table.

Sticker beat Division Two leaders St.Dennis 3-1 to move within three points of the top albeit having played more games. Sticker playing into a strong wind went the closest early on. With the half running down and looking to end scoreless St.Dennis chased down a long ball which was squared for Gary Tippett to score. On the resumption and now with the elements the home side pinned the visitors in their own half for long periods. However it took a penalty from Jack Boardman to bring the scores level. This goal gave Sticker greater confidence and from a corner Bradley Ralph headed home for number two. A third soon followed with Chris Kilbey running through and shooting home to make the result certain.

Callington Town with a lot of games in hand took full advantage of the leaders slip as they won 7-0 at Lifton. Jamie Martin, Wayne Stephens, Jamie Martin, Kieran Prescott, Kevin Pethick (2) and Darren Woolley were the scorer’s

 

Gerrans & St.Mawes United put an end to Stoke Climsland’s outside promotion hopes with a 2-1 win. Ryan Harris and Adam Hadfield with a first of the season scored for Gerrans. Ryan Allen pulled a goal back for Stoke.

Gunnislake and St.Neot observed a minutes silence before their game in memory of long time stalwart of the home club Andrew Southcott who passed away in the week. It was fitting therefore that two of Mr Southcott’s nephews Dean and Harry scored a goal apiece. Steve Lake completed the home tally with Ryan Chapman and Charlie Coates replying for St.Neot.

Calstock gave up home advantage and reversed their fixture to North Hill with the permission of the League. They went one up through Ricky Williams before Dan Gregory drew North Hill level. With three minutes remaining a cross was pushed into his own goal by stand in goalkeeper Barry Hemmett as North Hill recorded a 2-1 win.

Packhorse Athletic are relegated after a one all draw with Holywell/Cubert and results elsewhere. Nigel Hancock put through his own goal to give Holywell the lead. Packhorse hit back with pride to secure a one all draw with Daley McErlain hitting the equaliser.

North Petherwin reserves shaded their big Division Three relegation clash with Gorran holding on for a 3-2 win. Petherwin had the wind at their backs in the first half and raced into a three goal lead. Craig Charnock scored two fine goals from free kicks with Andi Sleeman getting on the end of a loose ball for the third. It was a different story after the restart as Gorran took full advantage of the elements. Harry Trays pulled back an early goal from the penalty spot with Steve Rodda adding a second. Gorran pressed hard for an equaliser but experienced defenders Paul Chidley and Ian Waycott held firm.

Boscastle leapfrog Queens Rangers into second after defeating their promotion rivals 2-1. The wind was the real winner as the ball often ran away from the forwards. Boscastle took advantage of the elements to lead at the interval. Rob Heal put them 2-1 ahead after Harley Westlake of Boscastle and Casey Laity of Rangers had traded goals. The visitors fancied their chances at half time but were unable to control the ball sufficiently in terrible conditions.

Veryan fell behind at home to Tregony to an Adam Barnicoat goal but recovered in style to trounce their rivals 9-1 securing promotion and moving even closer to the title. Craig Phillips scored a brace, one from the spot the other goals were shared between Alex Pearce, Tom Rescorl, Liam Cope, Martyn O’Callaghan, Justin Trebilcock, Ollie Young and an own goal.

Both the weather and a difficult opponent gave Tintagel a lot of trouble before they battled to a 2-0 win over St.Breward. Shaun Keeble and Ollie Price scored the goals.

St.Stephen Reserves and Grampound reserves drew two all with Grampound getting an amazing late equaliser. St.Stephen took a 20th minute lead but after good work Ryan Clark set up the equaliser for Hayden Boxall. St.Stephen regained the lead before half time and that remained the score until the final minute. Grampound were awarded a free kick just inside the halfway line and goalkeeper Ryan Henderson put in a cross that was hit on the volley aka David Platt by Alastair Woodman for a stunning goal.

High Street dropped two points in their hunt for promotion from Division Four when held two all at Rame Peninsula. Dayne Nodder and Curtis Evans scored for the home team. Stuart Kesson Smith and Matt Jackson replied for High Street.

Leaders Godolphin Atlantic reserves were fortunate to escape from relegation threatened Wadebridge Town with a three all draw. Ladislav Andrashazi, Nathan Osborne and Jon May were the home scorer’s.

Wayne Skeldon has fired himself to the top of the Duchy scoring list after scoring eleven goals in Real Saltash’s 15-0 hammering of lowly St.Newlyn East reserves. Skeldon now has 34 goals for the season. John Canvin, Kyle Butters, Paul Shannon and Luke Jameson scored a goal apiece to complete the rout. Credit though must go to the bare eleven Newlyn players who made the trip. Unable to raise a side last week they rallied round to make one of their longest trips of the season and played with great pride.

Pensilva and Boscastle reserves shared four goals. Mike Barrett gave the visitors the lead two minutes before half time and headed them further ahead in the second half. Boscastle were the better side in the first half, but Pensilva turned the tables after the break. Despite conceding the second they rallied with a Tallin Stevens cross going in off Boscastle’s Darren Hambly and then with Kristien Lucas equalising. Lucas missed a sitter near the end, but in truth a draw was a fair result. 

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