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As a mark of respect and appreciation to the Duchy League President, Brian Conyon MBE, who passed away last weekend, Pensilva FC are planning to have a round of applause before their match this weekend.

This seems like a very fitting way to say ‘thank you’ and ‘goodbye’ to a true friend of the Duchy League and I hope many other clubs will do likewise. Brian has been President of the League since 2010.

Brian's background was in refereeing, officiating as high up as the Football Combination and he gave outstanding service to Cornwall FA Council for over 50 years. He became CCFA President in 2000, a position he held until stepping down in 2018. He was also President of the Launceston & District Cup for many years.

Brian's contribution, dedication and service to football has been outstanding and resulted in him being awarded the MBE for services to sport in Cornwall. 
 

 Saturday October 17th.

 

PREMIER

 

Altarnon

 4-1

Lostwithiel

Boscastle

 2-2

St Merryn

Holywell & Cubert

 6-1

St Breward

Saltash Utd

 2-2

Lanivet Inn

North Petherwin

 4-1

AFC Bodmin

Tintagel

 2-3

Tregrehan Mills

 

 

DIV ONE

 

Gorran

 4-3

St Minver Reserves

Pensilva

 4-0

St Dominick Reserves

Polperro Reserves

 1-5

Mevagissey

Southgate Seniors

 3-1

Dobwalls Reserves

St Columb Major

 2-4

Nanpean Rovers

St Eval Spitfires

 1-8

Gerrans & St Mawes Utd

 

 

DIV TWO

 

Biscovey

 1-1

Polzeath

Bude Town 3rds

 1-0

Boscastle Reserves

Grampound

 3-0

North Hill

Gunnislake Reserves

 8-0

Delabole Utd

Lifton Reserves

 2-1

Lostwithiel Reserves

Queens Rangers

 6-2

North Petherwin Reserves

St Mawgan Reserves

 2-1

St Cleer Reserves

 

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Lifton res 2 Lostwithiel res 1 

Gutted another fantastic performance and we come away with nothing. We were The better side through the game and had more than enough chances to win the game but lacked the clinical touch to take the points 

We go again next week another tough game away at Boscastle 

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8 minutes ago, Footballlover442 said:

Lifton res 2 Lostwithiel res 1 

Gutted another fantastic performance and we come away with nothing. We were The better side through the game and had more than enough chances to win the game but lacked the clinical touch to take the points 

We go again next week another tough game away at Boscastle 

Lifton Reserves 2-1 lostwithial res

In a game that could have seen either team win lifton took the points. 
Lifton went 1-0 up after Lee Robinson reacted quickest to a loose ball and rounded the lostwithial keeper.  From the resulting kick off lostwithial instantly replied. 
The game saw some smart saves from lifton keeper Andy Oldaker putting two on to the crossbar. 
The winner came with about 10 minutes to go when Rob Oldaker went through on to a loose ball that the keeper didn’t have control of and tapped in to an open net. 
 

 

 

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St Eval Spitfires 1 Gerrans & St Mawes 8

GSM took an early lead when a right wing cross from Ryan Morcom in the first minute found Shane Kibell 5 yards out and he duly slid the ball home for his first goal for GSM.

4 mins in and GSM won a free kick 22 yards out dead centre of the goal. The kick was struck wide of the target .

8 mins and St Eval thought they had equalised. A poor clearance by the GSM defence fell to the St Eval forward, who's cross-shot was stabbed home at the far post only for the linesman to raise his flag for offside.

13 mins and GSM captain Charlie Jones disposed the St Eval midfielder before striding forward and unleashing a shot from 20 yards that took the slightest deflection off the defender before nestling in the bottom right hand corner of the net. GSM's tails were up and they broke quickly from a St Eval free kick. Shane Kibell getting in down the right and firing a right foot shot goalward that was turned away for a corner by the keeper. From the resultant corner the ball was cleared to the halfway line where Angus Joce hooked it back towards the St Eval area. The ball fell to Charlie Jones who acrobatically dispatched the ball from the edge of the area into the corner of the net.

18 mins and St Eval broke the offside trap with a need ball through the middle. Their no. 7 took the shot on early from distance, which was easily saved by Matt Parker in the GSM goal.

19 mins and Charlie jones went in search of his hattrick. Shane Kibell laid the ball back in to his path 18 yards out but the ball flew high over the crossbar. 22 mins and GSM were 4 up. A break down the left saw Jordan Rogers slide Shane Kibell into the area where he turned inside the defender and put his right foot shot in to the far corner. GSM continued to press forward, working hard to put pressure on the St Eval defence at every opportunity. On 27 mins a ball in from the left found Angus Joce 8 yards out, the slightest bobble as he struck the ball saw his left foot attempt loop over the keeper and comeback off the bar. Ryan Morcom's follow up was well saved down to his left by the keeper. 31 mins saw good interplay between Ryan Morcom and Andy Harris, Ryan drifting across the top of the area before he release Angus Joce who unleashed a fierce left foot strike that once again came back off the crossbar. 34 mins and it was almost 5 as a free kick from deep from Josh Kendall was dropped by the keeper under pressure from Haydn Andrew but the keeper reacted quickest to reclaim the ball. 

36 mins and a chance for St Eval as their no. 7 dispossessed the GSM defence, driving in to the area before pulling his shot wide when trying to beat the keeper at his near post.

39 mins Ryan Morcom was released down the right channel by Andy Harris. His shot was well saved by the St Eval keeper. Jordan Rogers follow up struck the defender on the line in the face and then with his second attempt he lifted the ball over the top. Jordan didn't have to wait long to add his name to the scoresheet. A ball in from the right saw Ryan Morcom barged off the ball which surely would have been a penalty had the ball not run through to allow Jordan to guide the ball in to the far corner.

43 mins and a ball over the top by St Eval saw Matt Parker in the GSM goal almost caught out by the bounce. He had to resort to chesting the ball away from the advancing forward and then made an excellent recovery tackle to stop St Eval's no. 7 getting a clear run on goal.

Halftime St Eval 0 GSM 5

GSM almost scored within the first 2 mins of the second half as halftime substitute broke clear down the left before pulling the ball back to Stuart Rowe (another introduction at the half) but he missed his kick. The ball fell to Isaak Hayhurst who dragged his left foot shot wide. 

50 mins and St Eval tested the GSM keeper from range but he easily pushed the ball wide. 53 mins and GSM went close. A free kick in to the box from Josh Kendall found Shane Kibell, who's flick head was well saved by the advancing keeper. Next to try his luck was Charlie Jones in the race for the hattrick goal. An audacious attempt at a bicycle kick flying wide of the right hand post. GSM went 6-0 up minutes later,  Isaak Hayhurst got in down the right, his pull back finding Stuart Rowe. It wasn't the sweetest strike from Stuart but it found its way in off the far post for his first goal for the club.

St Eval went straight up the other end from the kick off and brought a couple of good saves out of the GSM keeper. Firstly saving well with his legs after the St Eval forward had beaten a couple of defenders on the edge of the box and then doing even better to tip a wickedly dipping deflected shot over the bar. 

60 mins Shane Kibell was taken down on the edge of the box. Charlie Jones stepped up to bend the ball around the wall which was palmed away from danger by the St Eval keeper.

73 mins GSM undone by a quick St Eval break from a GSM corner. St Eval no. 7 breaking down the left before crossing the ball in to the unmarked no. 8 who pulled one back for the host.

78 mins and GSM restored their 6 goal advantage. Shane Kibell turned provider as his right wing centre was met 6 yards out by George Brown. The ball going in off a combination of head and shoulder.

86 mins GSM registered goal number 8. Jordan Rogers winning the ball in the centre of the park to stop a St Eval break. He the exchanged passes with George Brown. The return was slightly in front of Jordan but a mix up between the covering defender and advancing keeper saw the ball fall nicely to allow Jordan to calmly roll the ball in to the empty net.

To their credit St Eval never gave up and kept battling until the final whistle. 

Thanks to the ref and linos, and good luck to St Eval for the rest of the season

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36 minutes ago, Ian B said:

St Eval Spitfires 1 Gerrans & St Mawes 8

GSM took an early lead when a right wing cross from Ryan Morcom in the first minute found Shane Kibell 5 yards out and he duly slid the ball home for his first goal for GSM.

4 mins in and GSM won a free kick 22 yards out dead centre of the goal. The kick was struck wide of the target .

8 mins and St Eval thought they had equalised. A poor clearance by the GSM defence fell to the St Eval forward, who's cross-shot was stabbed home at the far post only for the linesman to raise his flag for offside.

13 mins and GSM captain Charlie Jones disposed the St Eval midfielder before striding forward and unleashing a shot from 20 yards that took the slightest deflection off the defender before nestling in the bottom right hand corner of the net. GSM's tails were up and they broke quickly from a St Eval free kick. Shane Kibell getting in down the right and firing a right foot shot goalward that was turned away for a corner by the keeper. From the resultant corner the ball was cleared to the halfway line where Angus Joce hooked it back towards the St Eval area. The ball fell to Charlie Jones who acrobatically dispatched the ball from the edge of the area into the corner of the net.

18 mins and St Eval broke the offside trap with a need ball through the middle. Their no. 7 took the shot on early from distance, which was easily saved by Matt Parker in the GSM goal.

19 mins and Charlie jones went in search of his hattrick. Shane Kibell laid the ball back in to his path 18 yards out but the ball flew high over the crossbar. 22 mins and GSM were 4 up. A break down the left saw Jordan Rogers slide Shane Kibell into the area where he turned inside the defender and put his right foot shot in to the far corner. GSM continued to press forward, working hard to put pressure on the St Eval defence at every opportunity. On 27 mins a ball in from the left found Angus Joce 8 yards out, the slightest bobble as he struck the ball saw his left foot attempt loop over the keeper and comeback off the bar. Ryan Morcom's follow up was well saved down to his left by the keeper. 31 mins saw good interplay between Ryan Morcom and Andy Harris, Ryan drifting across the top of the area before he release Angus Joce who unleashed a fierce left foot strike that once again came back off the crossbar. 34 mins and it was almost 5 as a free kick from deep from Josh Kendall was dropped by the keeper under pressure from Haydn Andrew but the keeper reacted quickest to reclaim the ball. 

36 mins and a chance for St Eval as their no. 7 dispossessed the GSM defence, driving in to the area before pulling his shot wide when trying to beat the keeper at his near post.

39 mins Ryan Morcom was released down the right channel by Andy Harris. His shot was well saved by the St Eval keeper. Jordan Rogers follow up struck the defender on the line in the face and then with his second attempt he lifted the ball over the top. Jordan didn't have to wait long to add his name to the scoresheet. A ball in from the right saw Ryan Morcom barged off the ball which surely would have been a penalty had the ball not run through to allow Jordan to guide the ball in to the far corner.

43 mins and a ball over the top by St Eval saw Matt Parker in the GSM goal almost caught out by the bounce. He had to resort to chesting the ball away from the advancing forward and then made an excellent recovery tackle to stop St Eval's no. 7 getting a clear run on goal.

Halftime St Eval 0 GSM 5

GSM almost scored within the first 2 mins of the second half as halftime substitute broke clear down the left before pulling the ball back to Stuart Rowe (another introduction at the half) but he missed his kick. The ball fell to Isaak Hayhurst who dragged his left foot shot wide. 

50 mins and St Eval tested the GSM keeper from range but he easily pushed the ball wide. 53 mins and GSM went close. A free kick in to the box from Josh Kendall found Shane Kibell, who's flick head was well saved by the advancing keeper. Next to try his luck was Charlie Jones in the race for the hattrick goal. An audacious attempt at a bicycle kick flying wide of the right hand post. GSM went 6-0 up minutes later,  Isaak Hayhurst got in down the right, his pull back finding Stuart Rowe. It wasn't the sweetest strike from Stuart but it found its way in off the far post for his first goal for the club.

St Eval went straight up the other end from the kick off and brought a couple of good saves out of the GSM keeper. Firstly saving well with his legs after the St Eval forward had beaten a couple of defenders on the edge of the box and then doing even better to tip a wickedly dipping deflected shot over the bar. 

60 mins Shane Kibell was taken down on the edge of the box. Charlie Jones stepped up to bend the ball around the wall which was palmed away from danger by the St Eval keeper.

73 mins GSM undone by a quick St Eval break from a GSM corner. St Eval no. 7 breaking down the left before crossing the ball in to the unmarked no. 8 who pulled one back for the host.

78 mins and GSM restored their 6 goal advantage. Shane Kibell turned provider as his right wing centre was met 6 yards out by George Brown. The ball going in off a combination of head and shoulder.

86 mins GSM registered goal number 8. Jordan Rogers winning the ball in the centre of the park to stop a St Eval break. He the exchanged passes with George Brown. The return was slightly in front of Jordan but a mix up between the covering defender and advancing keeper saw the ball fall nicely to allow Jordan to calmly roll the ball in to the empty net.

To their credit St Eval never gave up and kept battling until the final whistle. 

Thanks to the ref and linos, and good luck to St Eval for the rest of the season

Some report.

Altarnun 4 Losty 1 

Altarnun scored with their first attack and again soon after when a monumental f up by me gifted a second goal. this was quickly followed by a third as we were outgunned. We pulled one back just before HT . The second half was more of a contest but a smart finish gave a very impressive Altarnun side a comfortable 4-1 victory. I would like to say i am looking forward to playing them again next week in the Junior Cup but sadly I am not. Well done Exeter Chiefs and god bless Rum!!

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