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Duchy League Results 18/04/2009

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Div' 2

St Stephen 2 - 5 Bodmin Saints

The Bodmin Saints goal machine rolls on!

A good end to end game this in the first half. St Stephen are a good side, who don't like to give up but Saints are ruthless when given a chance in front of goal and so they proved.

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st cleer gained a second successive promotion securing a point at Fowey, 3 - 3. In truth saints deserved 3 points and were denied a fine win when Fowey equalised 2 minsto go. Saints were 3 nil down after 55 minutes and stormed back to lead 3 - 2. Overall a great team effort congratulations to the whole squad, I am a very proud manager.


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Callington 1 Perranporth 3

Great game between 2 of the better sides in the Duchy 5.

Perranporth went 1 up when Super Ed tapped in from good work and a great cross by Coxy.

Perran were then guilty of missing to great chance as the Callington keeper pulled off a string of fine saves, Rob B and Jamie Cox both denied. Craig B and Johnny W both saw headed efforts cleared of the goal line by the Callington No15. While at the other end a Callington free kick struck the post, Ben Mitch saved a pen and the Perran defence prevented the re-bound going in.

0-1 Half Time

The second half saw a quite 10 mins as both teams battled hard to create chances.

Super Ed glanced in a header to make it 2-0 Perran and a Jamie Cox volley gave the visitors a 3-0 lead. Callington soon changed formation and played 3 up top, this increased the pressure on the Perran back 4. Andy Perkins had a great game at centre half keeping Callingtons top scorer Wilson quiet, and Williams was much the same with Skop until his neat turn and near post shot was fired passed the Ben Mitch.

Perran held strong in what was a fine team performance - the best for a while!

MOM - Jamie Cox - scorer and provider!

Next week is potentially the title decider! as North Petherwin visit the Ponsmere.


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