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Results from Tuesday 30th October


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Falmouth 3-2 Liskeard (Go top)

Cullompton Rangers 0-3 Saltash United

Top of the table reads:

FALMOUTH TOWN 12 8 2 2 26

PLYMOUTH PARKWAY 11 8 2 1 26

DARTMOUTH 12 7 4 1 25

TORPOINT ATHLETIC 11 7 3 1 24

SALTASH UNITED 12 7 1 4 22

NEWTON ABBOT SPURS 11 5 3 3 18

IVYBRIDGE TOWN 12 5 3 4 18

BODMIN TOWN 9 5 1 3 16

LAUNCESTON 10 5 0 5 15

BUCKLAND ATHLETIC 10 4 1 5 13

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Info from the SWP league forum-

Liskeard 2-0 up after 20mins Dominic Richardson and Chris Wright.

Andy Bowker pulls one back on half time and then levels midway into second half.Minutes later Brinton Nute fires home what proves to be the winning goal.

Red cards for Robbie Herrera (comments to ref/asst) and Richardson for a foul on Lee Beer.

Stats- First league double over Liskeard since 1998-99

unbeaten in the league away from Bickland this season

Andy Bowker 9 goals this season is set to make his 50th club appearance on Saturday in the Top of table clash (1st v 2nd) Plymouth Parkway

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With regards to last nights game I thought that overall Falmouth thoroughly deserved their victory against a relatively strong liskeard team. Liskeard started the brighter side and took a two goal advantage but falmouth to their credit always looked dangerous on the attack with the midfield and front runners looking particularly sharp. As soon as falmouth got a goal back (question of offside) there only really looked like one winner as this seemed to spur falmouth on even more. Second half was a one sided affair to be honest with liskeard only resorting to a few half chances where as falmouth had continued direct pressure within the liskeard final 3rd. The equaliser and the winner came midway through the second half and in fairness it could have easily have been 4 or 5. although liskeard did nearly snatch an equaliser in the dying moments but to be honest it would have been a point they didn't really deserve. All credit to falmouth who appeared to play the game with more composure and direction that has appeared to have been lacking over the last month.

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