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Duchy League - Saturday Oct 20 2018

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Boscastle 2-2 Godolphin Atlantic Reserves 
Gerrans & St Mawes Utd 1-2 Sticker Reserves
St Dennis Reserves  2-7 St Mawgan
St Newlyn East 2-4 Foxhole Stars 
Torpoint Athletic 3rd Team 1-0 North Petherwin

AFC Bodmin 2-2 Saltash United 3rds 
North Hill 0-4 St Breward
Queens Rangers 5-0 Gunnislake 
St Dominick Reserves 5-0 Tregrehan Mills 
St Merryn 5-0 Holywell And Cubert
Stoke Climsland 4-2 St Cleer

Altarnun 11-2 St Minver Reserves
Foxhole Stars Reserves  2-2 Lifton 
Grampound 1-5 Gorran 
Lamerton Community 3-1 Lanivet Inn
Pelynt 2-2 Tintagel

Liskeard Athletic Thirds 5-4 Southgate Seniors 
St Dennis 3rd  1-6 Polperro Reserves

Delabole United 0-3 Newmoor Rovers 
Nanpean Rovers 2-5 Bude Town Reserves
St Ann's Chapel 0-7 Lifton 2nds 
St Mawgan Reserves 1-0 North Petherwin Reserves

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Div One.   St Dominick 5 - 0 Tregrehan Mills

The Millers have a big, strong, experienced side that will earn plenty of points along the way but not when up against a youthful, lively side like St Dominick has.
A two goal lead at the break was a good reflection of the first half, a good standard of football being played by both sides and in the right spirit but with the visiting strikers not giving the home defence too many problems even though they had plenty of attacking moves. St Dominick were pretty dominant after the break and kept up the pressure right to the final whistle notching up three further goals along the way.

Thoroughly enjoyable afternoon in the sun at Lovells Park.  Alan Shaw's handling of the game with the whistle added to the enjoyment - hardly knew he was there.



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Boscastle 2-2 Godolphin 

Really hard fought and tough game away at Boscastle for us.  Awful first half and Boscastle deservedly went in 1 up.  An early penalty in the second half for them to go 2 up and suddenly we sprung into life.  We got back to 2-2 and maybe should have stole a winner but overall 2-2 a fair result.  A good game to watch with some very tough tackling (how it should be), lots of aggression from both teams (and sidelines as it should be) but when the final whistle went a great mutual respect between the teams (except 1 or 2 whose emotions went a bit to far).  Thanks to Boscastle for the hospitality after the game and good luck for your season. 


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JJ Jones & Sons Duchy Football League

Overnight Premier Division leaders Godolphin Atlantic reserves faced the difficult journey to Boscastle and became the second top three club in three games to drop points there after being held to a two all draw. Rob Heal and Martin Heal scored for Boscastle. Godolphin replied with goals from Jacob Grange and Lee Budge.

Foxhole join Godolphin level on points at the top after a fine 4-2 win at St Newlyn East. Newlyn dominated possession in a good quality and competitive top-flight Duchy match, but the visitors were far more clinical in front of goal. Chris Brown and Lee Reed-Bennett scored a brace apiece for Foxhole with Lewis Dodd and Brodie Mitchell getting the Newlyn replies.

St Dennis reserves went down 7-2 at home to St Mawgan. Ash Taylor scored both St Dennis goals, but a Craig Allen hat trick and a Stuart Harris brace gave St Mawgan a comfortable away victory. The visitors scoring was completed by Chris Jordan and Ollie Morrison.

Sticker reserves won 2-1 at Gerrans & St Mawes United. Jack Turner and Daniel Hocking were the Sticker scorers with GSM scoring through James Fryer with the last kick of the game.

Torpoint Athletic thirds maintain their title challenge thanks to Byron Robbins scoring the only goal of the game at home to North Petherwin.

St Dominick were 5-0 winners over Tregrehan Mills and retain their place at the top of Division One. Kieran Jasper fired just wide in the opening minute a warning of what was to come for the visitors. Harvey Bartlett headed in a 25th minute corner to give St Dominick the lead. It was two, three minutes before half time when Liam Bryant fired home a 20-yard free kick. The second half started in the same fashion with near misses from the hosts and fine saves from the Tregrehan keeper. A good move in the 65th minute saw Alex Caers score the third and five minutes later Jasper struck the fourth from the edge of the area. The scoring was completed when new signing Regan Callender lobbed the keeper.

Stoke Climsland go second with another Stuart Fort hat trick helping them defeat St Cleer 4-2. Jason King was the other home scorer.

St Merryn put in a powerful performance against a depleted Holywell/Cubert Athletic squad hitting five goals without reply. The visitors didn’t help their cause by conceding an own goal inside the first ten minutes but from then on, they were blown by a fine home display. Jack Bray, Sean Blows, Josh Dark and Don Hayward were the host’s scorers.

Queens Rangers gained their first win of the season beating Gunnislake 5-0 with Jack Scott hitting a hat trick. Jamie Seery and Harrie Tilston added their other goals.

St Breward stay in contention following their 4-0 win at North Hill. Dan Couch, Nathan Jasper, Matt Hamley and an own goal take St Breward up to third place.

Saltash United thirds picked up just a second point of the season although all their games have been tight. A two all draw at AFC Bodmin must be seen as their best performance of the season. Joe Rice and Scott Waterfall scored for Saltash with the hosts replying with goals from Sam Pollard and Fraser Robinson.

Foxhole reserves took a 100 per cent record into their home Division Two match against Lifton, hoping to maintain their lead at the top of the division. The hosts started well with Jamie Robinson giving them a 15th lead when he converted a rebound off his own penalty kick. Foxhole lost their way as the half progressed and on the half hour Lifton equalised after a defensive error by the home defence. Another defensive lapse after the restart saw Lifton take the lead, but Foxhole were level on the hour after another penalty award, this time stroked in by Caleb Hawken. With thirty minutes in which to win the game the leaders were unable to score again and lost their perfect record as the game ended two all. Liam Cairns and Connor Everett were the Lifton scorers.

Adam Porter and Sam Smith both scored four times as Altarnon overwhelmed St Minver 11-2. Brandon Ambrose, Jowan Knights and Stuart Cole completed the home tally with Brad Latham and Ross Beare getting the St Minver consolations.

Pelynt and Tintagel shared four goals. Tom Cantwell and Lee Powell scored for Pelynt with Adam Porter and Sean Keeble replying for Tintagel.

Grampound conceded two soft first half goals at home to Gorran. Callum Mason pulled a goal back before half time and the hosts were on top for the first twenty minutes of the second. However, they failed to capitalise and once Gorran scored they’re third the hosts fell away to lose 5-1. Tom Guest hit a brace with Sam Walker, Joe Gaskell and Aaron Dilley completing the Gorran scoring.

Lamerton Community beat Lanivet Inn 3-1. Elliot Blatchford, Sam Hicks and Lee Lewis were the home marksmen.

Liskeard Athletic reserves closed the gap at the top of Division Three following a 5-4 win over Southgate Seniors. Adrian Walton and Ian Thomas scored a brace apiece for Liskeard with Alfie Woollett completing their tally. Southgate replied with an Adam Scott brace and goals from Josh Barron and Josh Hannaford.

Polperro reserves won 6-1 at St Dennis thirds. Anthony Harman scored a brace with Ryan Oxley, Matt Baker, Aaron Honey and Lee Keating adding a goal apiece. Nathan McGall scored the home consolation goal.

The big clash in Division Four between two teams with a perfect record ended with Bude Town reserves winning 5-2 at Nanpean Rovers to install themselves as early promotion favourites. A strong Bude team won with Todd Peschke scoring four goals and another new signing George Pilkington getting their other goal. The Nanpean goals came from Sam Parsons and Reece Willmott.

Lifton reserves won 7-0 at St Anns Chapel. Ben Farrar hit a hat trick with Ryan Hancock, Tom Hancock, Liam Rich and Sam Wood adding a goal apiece.

Newmoor Rovers were 3-0 winners at Delabole United with Ryan Hayhurst getting a brace and Joe Orchard adding their other goal.

North Petherwin reserves still seek a first point at the bottom although their defence was much more watertight when just going down to a lone Martin Yelland goal at St Mawgan reserves.

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St Newlyn East 2- 4 Foxhole Stars

Tough result to take as I thought for long periods we more than matched Foxhole but when you make defensive errors like we did you won't win games.

Key moment in the first half was Ross London beating the Foxes' last defender only to be brought down in the penalty area incredibly for no penalty to be given. Even the Foxhole 'die hards' watching like Brian Philp and Darrin Morse said it was a stonewall penalty - should be interesting to watch it back on youtube later via our FB page!

Newlyn opened the scoring in the second half through Lewis Dodd only for 3 defensive errors to give Foxhole 3 goals before they added a fourth to turn the game on its head. Newlyn replied late on through Brodie Mitchell.

Great advert for Duchy football. Good luck to Foxhole. On to next week when we play.....Foxhole at home in the Junior Cup.


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