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EAST
Bovey Tracey    P-P    Torrington
Bridport        P-P    Brixham
Elburton Villa        P-P    Crediton United
Elmore        P-P    Teignmouth
Honiton Town        P-P    Dartmouth
Ivybridge Town        P-P    Okehampton Argyle
Newton Abbot Spurs   P-P    Axminster Town
Plymouth Marjon     1-3   Cullompton Rangers
Sidmouth Town     P-P    Torridgeside

WEST    
Callington Town     P-P    AFC St Austell
Godolphin Atlantic  P-P   Camelford
Mullion        3-4    Dobwalls
Penzance            1-3    Bude Town
St Dennis            P-P    Launceston
Wendron United     3-1    Wadebridge Town

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  • Dave Deacon changed the title to RESULTS - Saturday 17 December 2022

Wendron 3. Wadebridge 1.

A comfortable victory in the end for Wendron after a closely fought 1st half that ended 2-1.

Wendron really are an attractive team to watch and they make the most of the excellent surface at Underlane by passing to feet in all areas of the pitch and keeping possession seemingly effortlessly. In reality, they have been well coached, the movement off the ball is very good and they just make it look easy.

A third goal for Wendron put the game effectively out of reach for Wadebridge although both teams had chances late on.

Not a big crowd given it was a top of the table clash. Both sides would be good additions to the Western League next season.

Special mention to two excellent wide men today. Josh Wood for Wendron and Ryan Downing for Wadebridge. Both were tireless and a threat all game. Excellent performance from Russel May in the heart of the Wendron defence as well.

 

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23 hours ago, The Town Man said:

Wendron 3. Wadebridge 1.

A comfortable victory in the end for Wendron after a closely fought 1st half that ended 2-1.

Wendron really are an attractive team to watch and they make the most of the excellent surface at Underlane by passing to feet in all areas of the pitch and keeping possession seemingly effortlessly. In reality, they have been well coached, the movement off the ball is very good and they just make it look easy.

A third goal for Wendron put the game effectively out of reach for Wadebridge although both teams had chances late on.

Not a big crowd given it was a top of the table clash. Both sides would be good additions to the Western League next season.

Special mention to two excellent wide men today. Josh Wood for Wendron and Ryan Downing for Wadebridge. Both were tireless and a threat all game. Excellent performance from Russel May in the heart of the Wendron defence as well.

 

Wendron certainly looks like a good place to be at the moment. They've surprised me, and probably a few others too. I'd love to see them give the Western League a go!

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On 17/12/2022 at 19:40, The Town Man said:

Wendron 3. Wadebridge 1.

A comfortable victory in the end for Wendron after a closely fought 1st half that ended 2-1.

Wendron really are an attractive team to watch and they make the most of the excellent surface at Underlane by passing to feet in all areas of the pitch and keeping possession seemingly effortlessly. In reality, they have been well coached, the movement off the ball is very good and they just make it look easy.

A third goal for Wendron put the game effectively out of reach for Wadebridge although both teams had chances late on.

Not a big crowd given it was a top of the table clash. Both sides would be good additions to the Western League next season.

Special mention to two excellent wide men today. Josh Wood for Wendron and Ryan Downing for Wadebridge. Both were tireless and a threat all game. Excellent performance from Russel May in the heart of the Wendron defence as well.

 

Really good to see Ryan Downing put in a great performance yesterday, as last time we saw him he was hobbling off after pulling a hamstring against us for Camelford.

Wadebridge are a side full off talent and so many twists and turns yet to happen in what is turning out to be a very exciting season. All the best to Rower his coaching team and his squad for the rest of the season 😊

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