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Duchy League Results 25/10/08


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Duchy League Knockout Cup

Grampound 1-3 Torpoint

Torpoint started well but Grampound took the lead with a well-worked goal from Glyn Ford on 25 minutes. Torpoint looked a bit rattled - though they certainly know how to moan - but got into the game with a bit of a soft goal 7 minutes later with Grampound manager Tony Ford, Grampound manager and stand-in keeper, appearing to be fouled as he tried to collect the ball. Grampound may have regained the lead shortly before half time but Ford's touch let him down this time as he was put clear. Torpoint looked better in the second half but still didn't create very much in the way of clear chances. It was up to Brian Stacey to nick two goals from corners to give them the win, even though he was well-shackled in open play.

Good luck to Torpoint in the 2nd Round. Grampound have St Dennis next week in the Junior Cup for another easy game!

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Duchy League Cup Rd 1.

Roche 1 - 3 Premier Sixes HT 1-1

Dan Parsonage

TJ Newton (pen)

Dan Code

Roche gave us more of a game than most of the teams we have played in Duchy 4 this season. There is no way these fellas should be bottom of Duchy 3.

Roche took the lead in the first half when their striker headed a rebound off the bar in. P6 equalised when Dan Parsonage reacted first to turn in the rebound from Chris Schofield's volley which had hit the post. Turning point came at 1-1 when Dan Code headed in the second only to see the Roche centre back punch it clear, he was sent off and TJ Newton bagged the spot-kick to make it 2-1. Code scored the third within 2 minutes sliding home Parsonage's cross shot.

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Duchy 5

Mevagissey 1 Perranporth 4

H-T 1-0

Perran bounced back from ther shock defeat last week with a win but trailed at half time.

Perran scorers

Johnny Williams 2 (1 Pen)

Dan Penna

Mick Lane (1 Pen)

Will do a little report later on if I get time

Johnny

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Duchy 5

Mevagissey 1 Perranporth 4

H-T 1-0

Perran bounced back from ther shock defeat last week with a win but trailed at half time.

Perran scorers

Johnny Williams 2 (1 Pen)

Dan Penna

Mick Lane (1 Pen)

Will do a little report later on if I get time

Johnny

Perranporth ventured to Mevagissey this weekend looking to get back to winning ways. They travelled with 8 squad members missing through injuries, call up's, suspensions, holiday and work commitments.

With a starting 11 and the legend that is Micky Lane as the lone sub!

Perran started strong and found themselves camped in the Mevagissey half for the majority of the 1st period. Attempts from Jamie Cox, Johnny Williams, Terry Ansell and Alex Forder couldn't break the deadlock as the half came towards a close. The a rare Mevagissey attack found there lone striker who's excellent finish made it 1-0 Mevagissey

HAF TIME

The second half began with Micky Lane replacing the injured Alex Forder. Perranporth continued to go on attack! The second half proving a lot more productive. The introduction of Lane unsettled the home side and with Cox, Ansell and Shaun Clements controlling the midfield. Perranporth equalised with a Johnny Williams free kick from the edge of box, then a second soon followed as Dan Penna latched onto a through ball to round the keeper and cooly slot home, 2-1 advantage Perranporth, the 3rd was a penalty slotted home by skipper Williams after a foul on Carl Laity who's great run ended in a rash challange, 3-1. The final Perran goal was another penalty that saw the Mevagissey centre haf collect a second yellow and dismissed from the game. Williams origanally took the ball to complete his hat-trick only to offer the spot kick around and Lane took this opportunity to calmy guide home Perrans 4th and his 1st of the season.

Mevagissey did have a few break away attacks during the second half but a solid dispay by Joe Harper and Dan Ball in the full back positions and Andy Perkins also solid at the heart of the Perran defence meant keeper Ben Mitchell was rarely tested and only from distance. Had it not of been for a fine goal keeping display from the Mevagissey keeper the score line could have been a lot more.

I think i've mentioned everyon in the Perran side!!!

Junior Cup next week

Many Thanks for all at Mevagissey, excelent changing rooms, showers and good food after.

:thumbsup:

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