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Excellent and comprehensive win for the Duchy lads.

Sublime finish by St.Austell's Ollie Brokenshire on 20 mins following excellent buildup by David Blizzard and skipper Josh Kemp.

Newquay's Orrin Crowle got the second on 33 mins showing excellent skill inside the opponents penalty area and chipping the Dorset keeper.

More goals could have come in the second half but the Dorset defence stood firm.

County Manager Tommy Matthews and goalkeeper Richard Pennington will both be pleased with obtaining a clean sheet from the game.

Cornwall team..Richard Pennington, David Blizzard, Kieran Connibear, Josh Kemp, Mamsy Sabo, Liam Sandercock, Neil Slateford, Bradley Wills, Orin Crowle, Billy Hopcroft, Ollie Brokenshire, Aaron Bicknell, Ollie Gibson, Liam Nicholls. :c:

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Guest Peppermint

Thanks for the report David on a great win - sorry to steal your thunder and put the result on earlier.

Great to see two Newquay lads in the team and well done to Orrin Crowle in scoring on his debut.

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Yesterday's side.


Blizzard, Sabo, Sandercock, Connebear

Slateford, Wills, Kemp, Brokenshire

Hopcroft, Crowle

Bicknell, Nicholls, Gibson

Lost Josh Kemp through ankle injury early in the first half which was a blow as he was running the game but we seemed to have plenty in reserve yesterday with lots of fluency throughout the side. Players able to swap positions without any obvious loss to the shape.

Two excellent goals and a clean sheet.

All subs came on and made a big contribution to the overall performance.

Thanks for your good wishes.


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I'm likely to be wrong, Dave but I think that currently makes us top with 4 points from 2 games.

We've still got Guernsey home and Wiltshire away which will both be difficult games. Guernsey with a small population, don't have as many players to select from, but they'll probably get together every week like Jersey, so don't think they'll be some kind of pushover.

Wiltshire are always difficult, but we played really well yesterday and under the circumstances with players out of the squad, conditions and injuries etc, it was as satisfying a game as I've seen us play this season.

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