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Carlsberg SW Peninsula League premier division Sat April 4th

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04/04/2009 Bodmin 1 - 0 Witheridge

04/04/2009 Buckland 5 - 0 Wadebridge

04/04/2009 Clyst 2 - 3 Torpoint

04/04/2009 Dartmouth 3 - 0 Tavistock

04/04/2009 Elburton 2 - 3 Ivybridge

04/04/2009 Holsworthy 2 - 1 Falmouth

04/04/2009 Liskeard 1 - 2 Cullompton

04/04/2009 Newton Spurs 2 - 2 St Blazey

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1 Bodmin 29 24 3 2 77 16 61 75

2 Buckland 31 19 7 5 74 34 40 64

3 Ivybridge 32 19 6 7 73 54 19 63

4 Parkway 29 18 5 6 83 35 48 59

5 Tavistock 31 17 5 9 56 47 9 55

6 Saltash 26 16 5 5 75 30 45 53

7 Dartmouth 30 16 3 11 61 51 10 51

8 Torpoint 31 14 5 12 65 65 0 47

9 Cullompton 27 14 1 12 56 51 5 43

10 Launceston 29 12 5 12 61 60 1 41

11 St Blazey 31 10 8 13 53 63 -10 38

12 Witheridge 30 10 7 13 50 47 3 37

13 Wadebridge 29 9 7 13 43 53 -10 34

14 Clyst 28 9 2 17 45 70 -25 29

15 Liskeard 29 8 2 19 29 57 -28 26

16 Newton Spurs 33 7 4 22 36 77 -41 25

17 Holsworthy 31 7 4 20 40 97 -57 25

18 Falmouth 28 6 3 19 32 61 -29 21

19 Elburton 26 2 4 20 31 72 -41 10

Carlsberg SW Peninsula League division one West Sat April 4th

04/04/2009 Camelford 3 - 1 Godolphin

04/04/2009 Dobwalls 0 - 4 Newquay

04/04/2009 Penryn 3 - 0 Mousehole

04/04/2009 Penzance 5 - 1 Millbrook

04/04/2009 Plymstock 2 - 1 Callington

04/04/2009 Truro 2 - 1 St Austell

04/04/2009 Wendron 0 - 0 VospersOV

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1 Penzance 26 19 3 4 89 31 58 60

2 Porthleven 25 19 1 5 88 38 50 58

3 Newquay 25 18 2 5 75 35 40 56

4 Penryn 27 17 2 8 60 42 18 53

5 St Austell 23 14 6 3 59 32 27 48

6 Foxhole 27 12 7 8 61 47 14 43

7 Callington 22 13 3 6 54 32 22 42

8 Dobwalls 26 12 4 10 49 36 13 40

9 Camelford 28 11 5 12 51 60 -9 38

10 Truro 29 11 5 13 50 66 -16 38

11 Godolphin 25 10 4 11 48 48 0 34

12 Hayle 28 9 6 13 62 63 -1 33

13 Mousehole 27 8 3 16 42 68 -26 27

14 Plymstock 30 7 5 18 43 71 -28 26

15 Wendron 28 5 5 18 27 83 -56 20

16 VospersOV 27 4 3 20 36 80 -44 15

17 Millbrook 27 3 2 22 32 94 -62 11

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Carlsberg SW Peninsula League division one East Sat April 4th

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04/04/2009 Alphington 5 - 0 University

04/04/2009 Bovey Tracey 1 - 0 Teignmouth

04/04/2009 Budleigh 2 - 2 Axminster

04/04/2009 ExeterCS 5 - 2 Stoke Gabrie

04/04/2009 Okehampton 3 - 3 Galmpton

04/04/2009 Ottery 1 - 4 Appledore

04/04/2009 Royal Marine 0 - 2 Liverton

04/04/2009 Tots&Dart 0 - 1 Crediton

1 ExeterCS 26 17 6 3 67 34 33 57

2 Bovey Tracey 24 18 2 4 63 27 36 56

3 Stoke Gabrie 26 17 2 7 68 30 38 53

4 Appledore 26 15 4 7 62 33 29 49

5 University 27 14 5 8 54 45 9 47

6 Galmpton 25 15 2 8 54 46 8 47

7 Budleigh 27 13 6 8 59 44 15 45

8 Axminster 25 13 2 10 54 49 5 41

9 Teignmouth 29 13 1 15 61 57 4 40

10 Royal Marine 26 12 3 11 80 47 33 39

11 Alphington 28 11 3 14 54 65 -11 36

12 Exmouth 29 8 4 17 43 84 -41 28

13 Crediton 27 8 3 16 40 54 -14 27

14 Tots&Dart 27 7 6 14 52 68 -16 27

15 Liverton 28 7 2 19 44 73 -29 23

16 Okehampton 25 4 8 13 43 73 -30 20

17 Ottery 25 2 3 20 20 89 -69 9

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Penzance 5-1Millbrook.

Millbrook went in half-time leading 1-0.

Millbrook frustrated Pz with an up and under game kicking the ball up not even long. Caught Pz with a break to score whilst keeper for Millbrook played a blinder to keep Pz out.

2nd half Pz score 4 in 10mins at around 55-65mins. Westgarth finishes with 4 goals. Pz dominate and keeper once again keeps score down along with a lot of missed chances from the Magpies. Several open goal situations.

If both teams took their chances game would have finished something like 20-3.

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st austells linesman was not like what you portray

Although early on he was a "bit quick" with his flag, this was soon tempered down after the referee Dave Harding overruled him.

I have to say I thought the ref had a decent game, attempting to keep the match flowing and shouting encouragement to the players for them to get on with things, instead of interrupting the game with needless free-kicks and cards! Could it be because he is a decent ex-player, even if it is a few years ago now I know :D

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st austells linesman was not like what you portray

Although early on he was a "bit quick" with his flag, this was soon tempered down after the referee Dave Harding overruled him.

I have to say I thought the ref had a decent game, attempting to keep the match flowing and shouting encouragement to the players for them to get on with things, instead of interrupting the game with needless free-kicks and cards! Could it be because he is a decent ex-player, even if it is a few years ago now I know :D

i told him after that he was one of the best refs i had seen this year,didnt see you there dave :drink:

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Guest sonny jim

i find it hard to believe there was only 40 at the Blazy game, seeeing they take over 40 to all away games according to their supporters, mmmm :unsure: :unsure:

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Guest Uncle Albert

Bodmin 1 Witheridge 0

Steve Colwell scored after 14 minutes but Bodmin didn't have this game their own way by any means.

Witheridge had a number of really good chances, but their strikers bottled it when they saw Kevin Miller standing between them and the net.

Surprising to see Danny O'Hagan and Karl Turner left on the bench for a match Bodmin needed the three points from, although they both came on late in the game.

I reckon Bodmin only need nine points to retain the title - and only that many if Saltash win their last 10 matches, which seems unlikely.

One worrying thing about today at Priory Park - where were the supporters? The grandstand had about half a dozen people in it . . . there were more Witheridge fans there than Bodmin.

With such a good team to watch, you would think the people of Bodmin would support them. Perhaps they are more interested in watching the Grand National.

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Sonny Jim - you'll have to back that up mate. Find somewhere on this forum this season where we say we take over 40 per game and I'll give you a creme egg.

Our average this season has been 20-25.

Uncle Albert - totally agree. Bodmin are storming to the title and no-one is turning up to watch them - how bizarre is that?!

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Guest The Judge aka RED OR DEAD

hope the judge thanks truros youngsters .for there great win today against st austell,and to say that st austells linesman was not like what you portray ,very fair on his decisons ,and the winning goal was tight but he kept his flag down,so gobby your rose tinted glasses are not always right :clapper:

May I suggest you click on the links below, to see how Newquay got on... one of our fans has captured some of the goals and our noise on youtube...

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The fifth biggest cheer of the day was hearing that Truro Res had beaten St Austell, the first four were for our goals obviously. 0-4 away from home despite having our keeper being with Charlton today and our Combo keeper suffering from a parking ticket, also no Robbo who is pissing it up in Magaluf, this was a mighty fine result against a team who we struggled to beat at MW.

Crowd of just 57 counted by me, of which 37 were Newquay and I'm sure that Mark Hayman who was in the ground would agree with that, witnessed a Prem side just waiting to take their rightful place. If their is any justice in this world, Newquay will be visiting old foes such as Blazey next season. We just hope Falmouth don't get relegated, you will just have to guess how much we want to beat them !!!

If we don't go up this year, you can be damn sure that it will be next season. Whatever happens, we have enjoyed the ride, but Flambards ain't Alton Towers.

Jake Hartigan, Middsy and keeper OG in the first half. Joff added the 4th from Centre back mid right back out wide, play where you like type position, blimey he could have saved a few as well... good call Mrs Judge !!!

Heard that Josh had a good day, keep it up son !

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Was at Holsworthy on Saturday,Town 1-0 up,should have been 3 up,when Holsworthy have a corner,Jason Chapman catches the ball,Referee gives a penalty.

Holsworthy's second goal,they had a player stood on the goal line,yet both the ref and lino didn't think he was offside,when Alan Carey confronted the lino about it,he just laughed,and the ref just ran around with his finger to his mouth,saying shhhhh.Respect,you need to earn it.

112 mile round trip for that,and the players,officials and other supporters had more miles to travel than me.

At the end of the day though,Town had enough chances to wrap the game up before the pen.

Well done to Holsworthy on your win,looks like your safe from the drop now.

Only one team to be relegated,League Secretary confirms this,so it's Town or Elburton for the drop,with the teams still to meet twice,squeeky bum time,as he with the red face would say.

C'mon Town,start sticking those chances away.

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Guest Postie Pidge

Falmouth second from bottom! However should be reprived from relegation thanks to Newton Abbot withdrawing mid-season - unless a Western League club transfers to the SWP.

The likely scenario is that it will be one down and one up from East and West to make it 20 teams again

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Falmouth second from bottom! However should be reprived from relegation thanks to Newton Abbot withdrawing mid-season - unless a Western League club transfers to the SWP.

The likely scenario is that it will be one down and one up from East and West to make it 20 teams again

I see Barnstaple Town lost again yesterday and are still points adrift in the Western League Premier relegation zone.

IF they do drop a level they would have an easier chance of climbing back from Western League Div.1 than the SWPL(Prem) which I consider a higher standard.

Perhaps our North Devon correspondent Richard Rundle can can give us some inkling of the 'terrace talk' ?

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Holsworthy vs Falmouth Town

Photos courtesy of Quiet Man

1st Picture - Maybe the striker is holding the goal keepers arms!!! Cant really see the foul there?

2nd Picture - Had the keeper punched the ball already? Again cant see the strikers arms holding down the keeper? And the keeper CONCEDES the penatly?

I'm sure that most people will agree that goalkeepers are given to much protection from refs, any sort of fair Challenge is ALWAYS blown in favour of the GK.

After all its a contact sport............ :thumbsup:

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Guest Postie Pidge

With the referee being a former goalkeeper, I wonder how he would feel if he had been penalised. I can't comment as I wasn't there but I have been informed that it was harsh.

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Guest The Judge aka RED OR DEAD

The first pic, the ref does not have any sort of view as he can be seen far in the distance, did the Falmouth lad go down ?

The second pic shows the keeper has gained leverage by using the shoulder of a Holsworthy player thus restricting the forward, a clear penalty !

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Guest sonny jim

When you quite rightly kicked our butts at your place the gent with the flags was telling us that the average that you take away was 40 , nothing to do with this forum!, i didnt mention the forum, alas no creame egg, :angry2:

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When you quite rightly kicked our butts at your place the gent with the flags was telling us that the average that you take away was 40 , nothing to do with this forum!, i didnt mention the forum, alas no creame egg, :angry2:

We played you back in September near the start of the season. Last season the away support was around 30-40, and we were still taking that at the start of this season, so the chap in question (Paul?) probably wasn't that far wrong with his estimate!

Away crowds has dropped markedly throughout the season, but still rarely dropped below 20.

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