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ECPL FULL Results Tuesday 26th August


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ECPL Results Tuesday 26th August


St Stephen 3 Sticker 0

Wadebridge Town 2 Padstow United 0


Callington Town 2 Lifton 2

Plymouth Parkway 4 Elburton Villa 1

St Blazey 3 Camelford 1

St Columb Major 2 Nanpean Rovers 3

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Tuesday 26th August 2008

St Stephen 3 (Joe Newnes 38, Nick Baillie 43, Ross Pinhammer 70) Sticker 0

St Stephen (3-5-2): Matthew Grigg; Ian Grigg (sub. Tim Hooper), Ryan Stephen, Matthew Prowse (sub. Sam Medlin); Joe Newnes (sub. Ashley Gates), Pete Baillie, Andrew May, Matthew Truscott, Craig Coad; Nick Baillie, Ross Pinhammer.

Sticker (4-4-2): Rob Rosevear; Jack Walker (sub. Orrin Crowle), Phil Dingle, Paul Crocker, Neil Trudgian; Oliver Gibson (sub. Dan Magee), Steve Webb (sub. Kyle Friendship), Kristian Waters, Andrew Avery; Mark Carter, Liam Nicholls.

Referee: Mr Darren Bragg (Penwithick).

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Callington Town 2 - 2 Lifton

Yet again we failed to hold onto a seemingly comfortable lead, and ended up drawing for the third game in a row. We dominated most of the first half and were pretty comfortable at half time, going in 1-0 up thanks to a great volley from Dan Pethick. Unfortunately, we lost our centre back Chris Cannon on the stroke of half time to an ankle injury. We started the 2nd half positively though, and were soon 2-0 up after Dan Pethick again finished emphatically after some good build up play down our left flank. We were then forced to re-shuffle as we were hit by another 2 injuries, with Dan Pethick suffering from concussion after a clash of heads and Tom Reid suffering from a knee injury. With all subs now used, I then managed to pull my calf muscle, so was forced to sit up front and operate in a very limited capacity for the remaining 40 minutes. Lifton then began to stretch us as the second half went on, and we let them back into the game when they managed to pull a goal back with about 15 minutes remaining. Our failure to close the game off was eventually punished further by a well-taken Lifton equaliser in the final minutes. All credit to a very lively Lifton team who performed well in the second half to justify their point, but we must learn from our mistakes and try and work on not letting teams back into games after going ahead. Lets hope all of our injuries clear up before the weekend when we take on Camelford at the Marshfield Parc

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