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Tuesday 25 October 2022

SWPL

EAST

Crediton United               2-3             Okehampton Argyle

Newton Abbot Spurs      2-2          Brixham

               

 

Wednesday 26 October 2022

SWPL

EAST

Elmore                                2-9             Sidmouth Town

Ivybridge Town                 2-1         Dartmouth

 

WEST   

Bodmin Town                    2-2           Camelford

Newquay                            2-1           St Dennis

Wendron United              2-1            Penzance

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  • Dave Deacon changed the title to MIDWEEK RESULTS coming up for Tuesday & Wednesday 25 & 26 October 2022

BODMIN   2-2   CAMELFORD

HT   1-0

ATT   96

 

Not sure the result Dane or Reg would have wanted with points the priority with them being 15th and 11th in the table respectively.  Apologies for any wrong names, jotted the teams down best I could hear and as quick as I could!?  
 

2’   almost a dream debut for new Bodmin signing from Blazey Kyle Marks as his shot was cleared off the line

4’    ️ 1-0  Ball over the top and Marks didn’t have to wait long for that dream debut after all as he headed over stranded Camels keeper Josh Colwill

9’  first yellow of the night for a Camels midfielder for a late tackle

15’  good cross from the left by Adam Beardsmore but Ruben Kane couldn’t get enough on his header from 6 yards

23’  Kane pulled the ball back for Marks but his low shot from 15 yards is saved well by Colwill

25’  Ryan Downing through one on one is denied an equaliser by the legs of home keeper Ethan Elwell quick off his line

28’ Bodmin lose central defender Tyler Yendle with injury

39’ Downing goes down in the area for a 50/50 penalty shout, think the ref got it just about right 👍👏🏼

45’ Colwill yellow carded on the way into the tunnel for comments to the ref and is sin binned!

46’ Camels start the 2nd half with 10 men and Tyler Cheshire in goal for 10 minutes!

50’  despite a man down the visitors on top at the start of the 2nd half with Tom Cowling shooting a free kick over the bar

60’ Good cross from the right is turned in at close range by Sam Watts for the equaliser 

66’ Bodmin back in front and its debut man Marks again with a great strike which cannons in off the post

72’  Downing sin binned for approaching the ref and swearing in his face

81’ Marks cut inside from the left but is denied a dream debut hat-trick as Colwill saves sharply at his near post

85’ Downing back on the pitch hits a 25 yard free kick at the wall but it takes a massive deflection into the other corner to wrong foot Elwell

89’ sharp turn in the area from Cheshire but his shot clears the crossbar

90+4’ last chance of the night falls to Ogwu Fidelis from a cleared corner but he volleys over from 15 yards just before the refs final whistle

 

Decent game in the end, chuffed for Marksy Jnr, 2 goals on his debut and a great performance, a real plus for Dane going forward and a positive point for Reg who had to play 20 minutes of the match with 10 men both through dissent. Bit frustrating I would imagine for a great placid guy like Reg. Ryan Downing a real talent but would be even better I think if he could play with a smile on his face? Not sure all that anger and aggression is good for you! 🙁😊 couple of midfielders catching the eye with their passing I thought, no 77 for Bodmin Dave Trott knocking some lovely defence splitting balls around in his 53 minutes on the pitch and Camels captain Charlie Hambley a real class act, a few passes went astray for him tonight but he’s a real Rolls Royce of a footballer I think 👏🏼 Nice tray of the chips for £2 highly recommended 😋


 

 

 

 

 

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Ivybridge Town 2, Dartmouth 1

 

IVYBRIDGE Town collected their first league win since the beginning of October when they completed the double over Dartmouth with a 2-1 home victory in the South West Peninsula League on Wednesday (Oct 26).

The result sees Ivybridge back on top of the East Division by goal difference above Okehampton, who have played one more match.

It proved a hard-earned win for Ivybridge despite starting well and racing into a 2-0 lead.

Fletcher Williams opened the scoring with a fine shot in the eight minute and Ivybridge increased their advantage in the 17th minute when Ryan Smith hit a goalbound shot with striker Jordan Ewing claiming the final touch for his 12th goal of the season.

A turning point came with referee Liam Chick showing red cards to Robbie Bowker of Dartmouth and Fletcher Williams following a first half clash. Bowker was sent off for dangerous play while Williams was also dismissed.

Ivybridge struggled to find their fluency in the second half as Dartmouth pushed players forward and Kane Gregory was called into action to make a couple of important saves in the home goal.

Dartmouth’s pressure was rewarded in the 68th minute when they were awarded a penalty for handball by Josh Zimmerman, which looked more accidental than deliberate, and Stuart Bowker converted the spot kick.

Ivybridge manager Darren Stewart was disappointed at the decision to send off Williams, adding: “I thought it was really harsh on our player. The referee said he pushed their player, who was laying on top of him at the time. It is a big blow for us, losing a big player for the next three games.”

Overall, Stewart was impressed with the way his players began the game, explaining: “Our levels of performance in the last three or four weeks have been slipping away. We wanted to get back to what we do well in terms of quality, commitment and work rate. The first 20 minutes against Dartmouth we were excellent. We played some really good football and created some good opportunities and deserved the 2-0 lead.

“But in the last 10 minutes of the first half we left ourselves a little bit exposed.

It was difficult with ten players versus ten, a scenario most players have never encountered for such a long period of the game.

“We just felt we had to manage the game in the second half in regard to not being too open. We did not quite get in groove. When we did put five or six passes together we created good opportunities.

“But they were 2-0 down so they were gambling, throwing players forward and Kane Gregory made a couple of good saves in goal.

“We showed a different side of our game with a desire to get the three points. We had three or four good opportunities where we could have put the game to bed.”

Stewart thought the penalty decision was harsh, adding: “At 2-1 it is in the balance but we saw it out. It was a massive three points for us.”

Ivybridge have a blank day on Saturday with their next match at home to Plymouth Marjon on Wednesday November 2.

Stewart says: “They took six points off us last season so they are a bit of a bogey side for us and we have got to put that right on Wednesday night.”

Stewart is hoping that injury victims Jake Lane, Jacob Bowker and Todd Hanrahan could all be fit again in time for that match.

Ivybridge have also boosted their squad with the signing of Luke Brown, who has previously played for Tavistock, Saltash and Buckfastleigh. Stewart says: “ He can play anywhere across midfield or on either wing. He is an experienced player with lots of quality.”

 Press Release from Graham Hambly

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13 hours ago, RAPPO said:

BODMIN   2-2   CAMELFORD

HT   1-0

ATT   96

 

Not sure the result Dane or Reg would have wanted with points the priority with them being 15th and 11th in the table respectively.  Apologies for any wrong names, jotted the teams down best I could hear and as quick as I could!?  
 

2’   almost a dream debut for new Bodmin signing from Blazey Kyle Marks as his shot was cleared off the line

4’    ️ 1-0  Ball over the top and Marks didn’t have to wait long for that dream debut after all as he headed over stranded Camels keeper Josh Colwill

9’  first yellow of the night for a Camels midfielder for a late tackle

15’  good cross from the left by Adam Beardsmore but Ruben Kane couldn’t get enough on his header from 6 yards

23’  Kane pulled the ball back for Marks but his low shot from 15 yards is saved well by Colwill

25’  Ryan Downing through one on one is denied an equaliser by the legs of home keeper Ethan Elwell quick off his line

28’ Bodmin lose central defender Tyler Yendle with injury

39’ Downing goes down in the area for a 50/50 penalty shout, think the ref got it just about right 👍👏🏼

45’ Colwill yellow carded on the way into the tunnel for comments to the ref and is sin binned!

46’ Camels start the 2nd half with 10 men and Tyler Cheshire in goal for 10 minutes!

50’  despite a man down the visitors on top at the start of the 2nd half with Tom Cowling shooting a free kick over the bar

60’ Good cross from the right is turned in at close range by Sam Watts for the equaliser 

66’ Bodmin back in front and its debut man Marks again with a great strike which cannons in off the post

72’  Downing sin binned for approaching the ref and swearing in his face

81’ Marks cut inside from the left but is denied a dream debut hat-trick as Colwill saves sharply at his near post

85’ Downing back on the pitch hits a 25 yard free kick at the wall but it takes a massive deflection into the other corner to wrong foot Elwell

89’ sharp turn in the area from Cheshire but his shot clears the crossbar

90+4’ last chance of the night falls to Ogwu Fidelis from a cleared corner but he volleys over from 15 yards just before the refs final whistle

 

Decent game in the end, chuffed for Marksy Jnr, 2 goals on his debut and a great performance, a real plus for Dane going forward and a positive point for Reg who had to play 20 minutes of the match with 10 men both through dissent. Bit frustrating I would imagine for a great placid guy like Reg. Ryan Downing a real talent but would be even better I think if he could play with a smile on his face? Not sure all that anger and aggression is good for you! 🙁😊 couple of midfielders catching the eye with their passing I thought, no 77 for Bodmin Dave Trott knocking some lovely defence splitting balls around in his 53 minutes on the pitch and Camels captain Charlie Hambley a real class act, a few passes went astray for him tonight but he’s a real Rolls Royce of a footballer I think 👏🏼 Nice tray of the chips for £2 highly recommended 😋


 

 

 

 

 

Usual great report Rappo .Great debut for Kyle Marks ,bet his dad and his old pal Leeds utd were having a good old natter in the stand .🤣

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1 hour ago, Dave Deacon said:

Ivybridge Town 2, Dartmouth 1

 

IVYBRIDGE Town collected their first league win since the beginning of October when they completed the double over Dartmouth with a 2-1 home victory in the South West Peninsula League on Wednesday (Oct 26).

The result sees Ivybridge back on top of the East Division by goal difference above Okehampton, who have played one more match.

It proved a hard-earned win for Ivybridge despite starting well and racing into a 2-0 lead.

Fletcher Williams opened the scoring with a fine shot in the eight minute and Ivybridge increased their advantage in the 17th minute when Ryan Smith hit a goalbound shot with striker Jordan Ewing claiming the final touch for his 12th goal of the season.

A turning point came with referee Liam Chick showing red cards to Robbie Bowker of Dartmouth and Fletcher Williams following a first half clash. Bowker was sent off for dangerous play while Williams was also dismissed.

Ivybridge struggled to find their fluency in the second half as Dartmouth pushed players forward and Kane Gregory was called into action to make a couple of important saves in the home goal.

Dartmouth’s pressure was rewarded in the 68th minute when they were awarded a penalty for handball by Josh Zimmerman, which looked more accidental than deliberate, and Stuart Bowker converted the spot kick.

Ivybridge manager Darren Stewart was disappointed at the decision to send off Williams, adding: “I thought it was really harsh on our player. The referee said he pushed their player, who was laying on top of him at the time. It is a big blow for us, losing a big player for the next three games.”

Overall, Stewart was impressed with the way his players began the game, explaining: “Our levels of performance in the last three or four weeks have been slipping away. We wanted to get back to what we do well in terms of quality, commitment and work rate. The first 20 minutes against Dartmouth we were excellent. We played some really good football and created some good opportunities and deserved the 2-0 lead.

“But in the last 10 minutes of the first half we left ourselves a little bit exposed.

It was difficult with ten players versus ten, a scenario most players have never encountered for such a long period of the game.

“We just felt we had to manage the game in the second half in regard to not being too open. We did not quite get in groove. When we did put five or six passes together we created good opportunities.

“But they were 2-0 down so they were gambling, throwing players forward and Kane Gregory made a couple of good saves in goal.

“We showed a different side of our game with a desire to get the three points. We had three or four good opportunities where we could have put the game to bed.”

Stewart thought the penalty decision was harsh, adding: “At 2-1 it is in the balance but we saw it out. It was a massive three points for us.”

Ivybridge have a blank day on Saturday with their next match at home to Plymouth Marjon on Wednesday November 2.

Stewart says: “They took six points off us last season so they are a bit of a bogey side for us and we have got to put that right on Wednesday night.”

Stewart is hoping that injury victims Jake Lane, Jacob Bowker and Todd Hanrahan could all be fit again in time for that match.

Ivybridge have also boosted their squad with the signing of Luke Brown, who has previously played for Tavistock, Saltash and Buckfastleigh. Stewart says: “ He can play anywhere across midfield or on either wing. He is an experienced player with lots of quality.”

 Press Release from Graham Hambly

Never dull when those Bowker boys are around.

😀

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