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SATURDAY 16th MARCH 2019
SWPL
PREMIER DIVISION
Helston Athletic 1-1 Cullompton Rangers    
Launceston 1-5 Exmouth Town        
Plymouth Argyle 4-2 Falmouth Town    
Saltash United 3-0 Ivybridge Town    
Sticker 3-2 Elburton Villa    
Tavistock 4-0 Callington Town    
Torpoint Athletic 2-1 Bodmin Town

DIVISION ONE EAST
Alphington 2-2 Waldon Athletic
Bovey Tracey 1-3 Ilfracombe Town        
Elmore FC 8-0 Budleigh Salterton    
Honiton Town 0-5 Torridgeside
Liverton United 0-3 Sidmouth Town    
Stoke Gabriel 3-1 St Martins    
University of Exeter 5-2 Teignmouth

DIVISION ONE WEST
Mousehole H/W Ludgvan (Ludgvan unable to raise a side)
Plymouth Marjon 1-2 Liskeard Athletic        
Plymstock United 0-0 Dobwalls    
St Dennis 3-2 Porthleven    
St.Blazey 6-2 Bude Town        
Wendron United 2-0 Bere Alston United

 

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2 hours ago, Footballlover442 said:

Ludgvan unable to raise a side today hope they don't go under at the end of the season would be a massive shame 

Yep, mousehole were told an hour before Kick off

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3 hours ago, Footballlover442 said:

Ludgvan unable to raise a side today hope they don't go under at the end of the season would be a massive shame 

Agree sir, it would be a great shame.

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Torpoint Athletic 2-1 Bodmin Town 

Att: 118

Torpoint Scorers

Lewis Young 40, Luke Cloke 57

Bodmin Scorer

Danny O’Hagan

Torpoint started well in very windy conditions and had the first chance through Luke Cloke on a 12 yard strike just wide.

The visitors then had a couple of chances from Sam Ryan in the 14th minute and Tom Moody in the 29th minute.

On the 40th minute Lewis Young scored superbly from 20 yards to put the hosts in front to take the lead at half time.

Just before the hour Mark, Torpoint doubled the lead when prolific goal scorer Luke Cloke scored when taking the ball well with a great cross in by Josh McCabe to clinically finish.

Sub Danny O’Hagan reduced the arrears on the 70th minute when he scored from 20 yards.

On the 80th minute a corner in by Bodmin found Glynn Hobbs to head home, but the goal was disallowed for Hobbs fouling the home keeper Jason Peters.

Torpoint defended well and got the victory to go sixth in the league and a double over Bodmin.

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, bighairydave said:

Was ridiculous. Shame really as everyone wasted their afternoon!

Had Mousehole been as benevolent as St. Dennis were and loaned them a few players and the bloke from the admission hut, then I`m sure the game could`ve gone ahead and nobodies day would`ve been wasted. 

Hell, you might`ve even stuck 16 past them and equalled the league record win !

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18 minutes ago, Rightside O`theriver said:

Had Mousehole been as benevolent as St. Dennis were and loaned them a few players and the bloke from the admission hut, then I`m sure the game could`ve gone ahead and nobodies day would`ve been wasted. 

Hell, you might`ve even stuck 16 past them and equalled the league record win !

I think the offer may have been there?

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Good to see Sticker get a win today the games I have seen this season they had played well and been punished late and bad ref decisions at 2-1 to Sticker the ref gifted Elburton a penalty for a no contact dive even a Elburton fan level with play said it was a dive so 2-2 and into last 10 mins looked like Stickers curse was to stay but they got a well deserved win and cornwall FA bank balance boosted with all the extra cards given out after the refs poor jugement everyones a winner

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2 hours ago, Rightside O`theriver said:

Had Mousehole been as benevolent as St. Dennis were and loaned them a few players and the bloke from the admission hut, then I`m sure the game could`ve gone ahead and nobodies day would`ve been wasted. 

Hell, you might`ve even stuck 16 past them and equalled the league record win !

16-0 isn't the league record win

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Launceston 1 Exmouth Town 5

What a day ,  It was like watching a game of  in a wind tunnel . Launceston kicking into it ,in the first half should have taken the lead against the run of play when the striker hit the bar. Town took the lead in strange circumstances, when a town striker went down in the box and the ref waived play on ,only to speak to the linesman who hadn`t raised his flag to award a Penalty. Jordan Harris thumped it in ,with the keeper getting a hand to it.  Ben Steer got the 2nd about 10 mins later. In the second half early on the big lad at the back for Launceston was sent off for a second yellow . Town played far better against the wind and scored  through Ace High 2 and super sub Dan Boare. Launceston did get a consolation goal late on. Considering the conditions it was a hard fought victory and to be fair to Launceston they never gave up. The keeper made a hat full of saves.   Off the pitch the Launceston people made the 50ish Supporters who traveled, really welcome. we arrived  at 1.15 on the coach,and we also stayed for a few after as well, with them sorting out food for the supporters as well as the players .Launceston is a decent club and we really enjoyed the visit over the boarder. A good day all round . Next Away day Helston in a fortnight. UTT

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15 hours ago, Rightside O`theriver said:

Had Mousehole been as benevolent as St. Dennis were and loaned them a few players and the bloke from the admission hut, then I`m sure the game could`ve gone ahead and nobodies day would`ve been wasted. 

Hell, you might`ve even stuck 16 past them and equalled the league record win !

I like that the bloke from the admission hut. Shame they don't play Penryn even I would come down to watch that one. :thumbsup:

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All very well taking the piss out of ludgvan. Not sure what happened yesterday, but the club has struggled along all season after the exodus of players. The aim is to stay in senior football , and regroup next season.

          I wonder how many people on this forum have been managers in this situation. It's like a couple of Manchester United players who tried their hand at managing, but found it easier to criticise in the studio, but found it different at the coal face

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43 minutes ago, mikeb said:

All very well taking the piss out of ludgvan. Not sure what happened yesterday, but the club has struggled along all season after the exodus of players. The aim is to stay in senior football , and regroup next season.

          I wonder how many people on this forum have been managers in this situation. It's like a couple of Manchester United players who tried their hand at managing, but found it easier to criticise in the studio, but found it different at the coal face

Who's taking it out of Ludgvan ?

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Just received the match details

Plymouth Argyle Reserves  4----Falmouth Town  2       (3--0)  Est.Att. 50    Referee  Ben Slade.

8m.1--0  Lionel Ainsworth.  15m.2--0 Alex Fletcher- 21m. Luke Jephcott

47m.3--1 Tim Nixon==60m. 4--1 Alex Fletcher--76m. 4--2 James Ward.

At the final whistle both teams formed a line up to shake hands (again)--NO Bookings-  Argyle remain in 2nd. and Falmouth drop to 8th.

 

 

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37 minutes ago, Footballlover442 said:

Yet more poor performance from Falmouth and Bodmin 

Maybe Falmouth saving it for Tuesday? 

The way things are going, saving for next season! Will be another bad day at the office on Tuesday.

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May not be a poor day at the office on tuesday i expect Falmouth will have Jordan Annear in there team hes only been a sub for Parkway in last  2games if he plays Falmouth may have a chance but im going for a 3-1 win to St Austell Eddy will be the star of the night

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1 hour ago, mikeb said:

Maybe taking the piss is the wrong phrase. Just feel strongly about defending their situation 

Personally, I think sentiment has no place in a competitive competition where the conduct of a club such as Ludgvan could have a final bearing on league positions, prize money and maybe even the title itself.

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Now I’ve had time to write the full report!

Report - Saturday 16th March
Torpoint Athletic 2-1 Bodmin Town
SWPL Premier Division
With Robbie Morris at The Mill
 
The hosts did the league double over Bodmin Town in very windy conditions at The Mill in front of a healthily crowd of 118 on Saturday afternoon.
Torpoint started well in the tenth minute and had the first chance through Luke Cloke with a 12 yard strike just wide and made some more good chances in the first 15 minutes of the match.
The visitors then had a couple of chances from Sam Ryan in the 16th minute when he curled the ball just wide from a good cross in and Tom Moody in the 29th minute had a shot on the edge of the area, which home keeper Jason Peters put around the post..
On the 40th minute Lewis Young put the home side in front when he scored superbly from 20 yards when Luke Cloke put him in to give the hosts the slender lead at half time.
Just before the hour mark, Torpoint doubled the lead when prolific goal scorer Luke Cloke scored when taking the ball well off his chest and clinically finish with a great cross in by Josh McCabe.
Danny O’Hagan came off the bench and reduced the arrears of the visitors on the 70th minute when he scored from 20 yards.
On the 80th minute, a corner in by the visitors found Glynn Hobbs to head home from close range which could have been the equaliser. With a lengthy discussion by the linesman and referee after the visiting players surrounding the two officials the goal was eventually disallowed by the linesman for Hobbs impeding on the home keeper Jason Peters to the astonishment of the Bodmin Town players and supporters.
Torpoint defended well against the swirling wind and the visitors, even though there was an additional ten minutes of added time to be played.
With this victory, Torpoint Athletic go sixth in the league and a double over Bodmin, the first time the Gold and Black Army have done this for many seasons!
Next up for The Men from The Mill is a short away trip to fifth place Saltash United on Friday night at Kimberly Stadium, 7:30pm kick off.
 
Torpoint Athletic: J. Peters, J. McCabe, L. Bevan, S. Hill, E. Crawford, D. Hicks, L. Young (O. Raven 88), R. Kane, L. Cloke, D. Zalick (S. Blatchford 90), G. Hird.
Subs not used: D. Smith,
Bookings: R. Kane 90+5
Scorers: Lewis Young 40, Luke Cloke 57
 
Bodmin Town: N. Osborne, E. Timmons, D. Tape, T. Whipp, J. McCreery, H. Clarke, T. Soares (G. Hobbs 78), M. Gilbert, D. Pethick (D. O’Hagan 59), T. Moody, S. Ryan
Subs not used: D. Gilbert
Bookings: M. Gilbert 90+8
Scorer: D. O’Hagan 70
 
Referee: Mark Hosking (Penzance)
Att: 118
MOM: Jason Peters (Torpoint Athletic)
Who got the better of the conditions and worked well with the swirling wind to make some great saves during the match in his goal.

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Watched a very solid performance from Tavistock with a win that kept the title push going.

The first half was all Tavistock and they played some very neat football in appalling conditions that the young Callington Team struggled to cope with for the majority of the 45 minutes. Josh Grant hitting a first half hatrick and at times, he was unplayable.

The second half was slightly more balanced half with Callington playing some better football but Tavistock finished the scoring off in 77 minute thanks to Liam Pryne effort.

Credit to both teams who always looked to play football in tricky conditions but Tavistock by the far the superior and deserved the 3 points.

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