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Carlsberg South West Peninsula League Premier Division Sat Jan 10

Bodmin Town v Clyst Rovers - postponed

Buckland Athletic v Elburton Villa - postponed

Cullompton Rangers v Falmouth Town - postponed

Holsworthy v Ivybridge Town - postponed

Saltash United v Launceston - postponed

Tavistock 2 Newton Abbot Spurs 1

Wadebridge Town 0 St Blazey 0

Witheridge v Liskeard Athletic - postponed

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# Team Pl Wo Dr Lo Gf Ga Dif Pts

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1 Bodmin 17 15 1 1 47 9 38 46

2 Parkway 21 13 4 4 62 26 36 43

3 Buckland 21 13 3 5 51 30 21 42

4 Ivybridge 21 13 3 5 53 36 17 42

5 Tavistock 18 12 2 4 35 25 10 38

6 Saltash 18 11 2 5 46 22 24 35

7 Dartmouth 18 10 2 6 39 28 11 32

8 Torpoint 20 9 3 8 43 45 -2 30

9 Launceston 17 9 2 6 44 37 7 29

10 Clyst 15 7 2 6 32 32 0 23

11 St Blazey 19 7 2 10 34 45 -11 23

12 Wadebridge 16 5 5 6 21 25 -4 20

13 Falmouth 18 6 1 11 25 42 -17 19

14 Cullompton 14 6 0 8 30 30 0 18

15 Witheridge 18 4 4 10 26 29 -3 16

16 Newton Spurs 21 4 2 15 22 47 -25 14

17 Holsworthy 19 3 1 15 19 70 -51 10

18 Liskeard 15 2 1 12 13 36 -23 7

19 Elburton 16 1 2 13 19 47 -28 5

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Carlsberg South West Peninsula League Division One West Sat Jan 10

Godolphin Atlantic v Dobwalls - postponed

10/01/2009 Millbrook 0 - 2 Mousehole

10/01/2009 Newquay 2 - 1 Penryn

10/01/2009 Plymstock 2 - 2 Hayle

10/01/2009 Porthleven 5 - 1 Camelford

10/01/2009 St Austell 3 - 0 Wendron

10/01/2009 VospersOV 1 - 2 Callington

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# Team Pl Wo Dr Lo Gf Ga Dif Pts

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1 Penzance 16 12 2 2 58 17 41 38

2 Porthleven 16 12 1 3 52 21 31 37

3 Callington 15 10 3 2 39 20 19 33

4 Dobwalls 17 10 2 5 41 18 23 32

5 St Austell 15 9 5 1 38 17 21 32

6 Newquay 16 10 1 5 40 23 17 31

7 Foxhole 17 8 6 3 41 26 15 30

8 Hayle 20 7 5 8 39 34 5 26

9 Penryn 17 8 2 7 32 31 1 26

10 Truro 20 7 5 8 37 42 -5 26

11 Godolphin 16 7 3 6 34 31 3 24

12 Camelford 19 5 5 9 29 43 -14 20

13 Mousehole 17 5 3 9 25 43 -18 18

14 Plymstock 21 4 5 12 29 46 -17 17

15 Wendron 18 3 3 12 20 63 -43 12

16 Millbrook 18 3 1 14 26 65 -39 10

17 VospersOV 18 1 2 15 25 65 -40 5

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Carlsberg South West Peninsula League Division One East Sat Jan 10

Alphington v Okehampton Argyle - postponed

Axminster Town v Budleigh Salterton - postponed

Buckfastleigh Rgrs v University of Exeter - postponed

Exeter Civil Service v Ottery St Mary - postponed

10/01/2009 Liverton 6 - 0 Galmpton

10/01/2009 Royal Marine 2 - 1 Appledore

10/01/2009 Stoke Gabrie 0 - 2 Bovey Tracey

10/01/2009 Teignmouth 0 - 1 Crediton

Totnes & Dartington v Exmouth Town - postponed

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# Team Pl Wo Dr Lo Gf Ga Dif Pts

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1 Galmpton 18 14 0 4 41 28 13 42

2 ExeterCS 19 11 5 3 46 29 17 38

3 Stoke Gabrie 17 12 1 4 51 18 33 37

4 Bovey Tracey 18 12 1 5 47 27 20 37

5 Royal Marine 17 10 2 5 71 29 42 32

6 University 16 9 3 4 32 23 9 30

7 Teignmouth 19 10 0 9 45 38 7 30

8 Axminster 16 9 1 6 38 30 8 28

9 Budleigh 18 8 4 6 31 27 4 28

10 Appledore 17 8 3 6 43 27 16 27

11 Alphington 19 8 1 10 35 50 -15 25

12 Buckfstleigh 18 4 7 7 32 41 -9 19

13 Crediton 20 5 3 12 31 41 -10 18

14 Tots&Dart 18 5 3 10 38 49 -11 18

15 Okehampton 16 4 4 8 35 36 -1 16

16 Exmouth 18 4 1 13 22 68 -46 13

17 Liverton 17 3 1 13 24 52 -28 10

18 Ottery 17 1 4 12 15 64 -49 7

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Guest Peppermint

Another good result for the Peppermints - good to see Paul Hampshire on the scoresheet. Good crowd as well probably made bigger because the 'G' had their match called off!

With a suspension and holiday Newquay had Joff Bunt in the defence - the young man played brilliantly and this after a difficult day for the lad with his Grandfather's funeral in the morning. What a real star and Newquay Football Club are very grateful for the gesture and the Club is in safe hands with people of this calibre.

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I was at the Porthleven v Camelford match watching as a Neutral. Good game however a little one sided. The Fisherman's first goal was amazing D Burchell scored a screamer of a volley. Port pretty much dominated the game and home goalkeeper Danny Burrows was rarely challenged. New Signing Stuart Renyolds got about the pitch and even though it was his first 90 mins for a while led a attack that pressured the visitors throughout the game getting his debut goal via a penalty late on in the game. The visitors did have their chances but failed to capitalise on them. My man of the match was Josh Kemp who never stopped. I understand Kemp will also be representing Cornwall next week so congratulations to him. Also great to see Paparazzi for the first time at the match, its always good to see members on my travels around Cornish football.

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Miles from home - I posted this today in another thread, should explain all!

Paul Robertson played for Newquay in the Combo yesterday, he slotted in very well, got on really well with the lads and his quality was more than evident. Not only that, he was positive and upbeat and contributed to the already excellent team spirit. I seriously doubt that Paul will be playing many more games with us, but we will make the most of it while we have him involved. Regardless, his addition to the club is a real positive.

Paul looked settled straight away, he slotted home a penalty to equalise and always looked a threat going forward, especially when he executed an outstanding first time volley that hit the crossbar - we're still debating if it was over the line!

I guess his move makes sense living only a short distance outside of Newquay. It's great to have somebody of Paul's calibre at the club and I am sure he will have a positive influence on some of our talented young forwards.

And not a single mention of money...

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