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Bodmin Town 4 Holsworthy0

Clyst Rovers 6 Launceston 2

Cullompton Rangers 7 Tavistock 1

Falmouth Town 1 Plymouth Parkway 6

Liskeard Athletic 3 Newton Abbot Spurs 2

Saltash United 2 Wadebridge Town 2

Torpoint Athletic 1 Witheridge 1

Biggest ever SWPL wins for Cullompton Rangers, and Clyst Rovers

Heaviest ever(SWPL(P) defeats for Falmouth Town and Launceston

Edited -Newton Abbot 1 St.Blazey 2 (Thanks Kernowman)

What would Victor Meldrew have to say on some of these results?

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Bodmin Town 4 Holsworthy0

Clyst Rovers 6 Launceston 2

Cullompton Rovers 7 Tavistock 1

Falmouth town 1 Plymouth Parkway 6

Liskeard Athletic 3 Newton Abbot Spurs 2

Saltash United 2 Wadebridge Town 2

Torpoint Athletic 1 Witheridge 1

Good move for Adam Carter going to Tavvy

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Guest ADAM AT BLAZEY

Some BIG results for the first day!!

Focusing on the Blazey Match (as i was there) a good game for both sides, late winner for the green and blacks and both Blazey goals scored by Dominic Richardson (both headers).

GOOD START FOR BLAZEY SO LETS KEEP IT GOING BOYS!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Newton Abbot 1 v 2 St Blazey.

Is it August anyone? Or has someone left a hose pipe on? Rain from the minute we left home to the minute we got home and still raining now!!

For anyone who hasnt been to Newton Abbot, they have a fantastic stand and a nice little set up. Took to the stand for the first half and watched St Blazey go one up through Dominic Richardson. Newton Abbot could have equallised but for a great clearance on the line. The second half was hard going on a pitch that seems to be struggling with drainage because the grass was long, bold in places, and holding all the rain. You would never have known it was August. Newton Abbot equalised with a low drive but St Blazey pushed on with the faithfull braving the elememts behind the goal. A corner justs minutes from time was headed home from Dominic Richardson to send the 30+ travelling fans happy. :thumbsup:

Next week, its Hamworthy at home in the F.A cup.

Just to add, a few surprise results today. Especially Launceston getting thumped and Tavvy and Falmouth getting well beaten. Another hard season, but its gona be intresting.

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Georgia are blaming Russia and vice versa ! Andy Bowker and Wayne hewitt are taking full responsibility ! The Falmouth boys were disappointed and have plenty to reflect on and know that they all have a big job to do at Shaftesbury on Saturday. We as supporters can make a difference and get behind them. Early days and all that !

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Saltash United 2 Wadebridge Town 2

Oh dear Saltash. Cruising at 2-0 with a lot of players out, missed a few and then they fell asleep although the goalkeeper should have stopped one of the goals if not both.

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Guest Peppermint

Well done to Wadebridge Town - great result despite the predictions regarding a home win for the much vaunted Saltash United team.

There was certainly some surprise results yesterday and that can only be good for the league.

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Obviously Wadebridge are delighted to have received such generosity from Saltash to allow us to secure our first point of the season. If it wasn't for their total kindness we would have clearly been slaughtered!!!!!

I lost count of the times they missed a clear open goal from a yard and the amount of one on ones they missed...they were so superior to us they even played the last 20 minutes with 5 players and still could have scored 10 or 11 more goals.

We should not have even been on the same pitch as them it was embarrassing, my keeper got through 7 pairs of gloves he had to make so many saves.

Sure, we defended a lot, but defended well, had chances of our own, their first goal was a deflection and the second they got from a fast break when we had committed too many players forward looking for an equaliser.

Both our goals were well earned, not flukes and if you score two goals away from home against a team that believe they have what it takes to win the league, then you might think you've given yourself a great chance to get something from the game and deserve it.

Celebrating like you've won something is all about building team spirit and belief in each other too.

Good luck to Saltash for the rest of the season, good people, good team buy some new grapes though as yours look a bit dodgy. :smiley20:

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You were not far wrong with your first four paragraphs. But hey, I don't think Saltash will do that again by thinking the game was all over and 'resting' the central defenders especially when having a number of players missing. It aint over til its over'. Weve all been there. Should be an exciting season.

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ECLP what a load of rubbish, First of all i would like to thank Luke, Colin & Kevin of the Saltash committee, who congratulated us on our fight back and for gaining a point when we seemed out of it, the hospitality was great and certainly no sour grapes; but dont forget we also came fron 2 goals down to beat Budleigh in the Vase last week so it shouldn't be a surprise that we never give up.

I was very impressed with Saltash especially in the first half when they could and maybe should have scored more than the 1 goal, but when you defend with the spirit we did then perhaps you deserve a bit of luck.

The second half was a much more even half and we started to play much better and has Stuart said we were caught on the break for the second goal with 10 mins to go pushing forward.

Saltash were CRUSING !!!! for 2 mins before we pulled a goal back, and from that point Saltash got really nervous and dare i say panicked a little and we equalised; every point we gain is precious so when it means so much then players will celebrate.

ECLP also said "lots of players out" but what about the new players in, Shaun Manley, Carlton Farnham for example; we had 4 18 year olds in our team.

We are delighted to have got our points total off the mark against such a superb team; well done to the lads and best of luck to Saltash they will be up there.

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