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- Senior Cup: Bodmin thrash Porthleven 7-0.
- SWPL premier division: Parkway put six past Falmouth.
- SWPL division one west: Penryn Athletic recover to beat Foxhole 3-1.
- SWPL division one west: Helston Athletic stun Sticker with 3-1 away win.
- JCCL: Illogan go top after Wendron beat St Day.
RUGBY: Tribute South West 1 West
Camborne 35 - 0 Bridgwater & Albion
Cleve 17 - 18 Thornbury
Clevedon 15 - 17 Hornets
Coney Hill A12 - 15A Sidmouth
Cullompton 28 - 6 Wadebridge Camels
North Petherton 24 - 15 Chard
St Austell 24 - 18 Bideford
RUGBY: Tribute Cornwall 1 results
Bodmin 27 - 19 Roseland
Helston 21 - 22 Camborne S o M
Liskeard-Looe 53 - 0 Stithians
St Agnes 10 - 30 Perranporth
RUGBY: Western Counties West results
Devonport Services 23 - 8 Bude
Ivybridge 6 - 8 Kingsbridge
Okehampton 34 - 39 Torquay Athletic
Paignton Saxons A6 - 34A Teignmouth
Penryn 42 - 24 Tavistock
St Ives (SW) 9 - 24 Burnham-on-Sea
Wellington 10 - 13 Truro
RUGBY: Cornwall and Devon League results
Exeter University 39 - 5 Withycombe
Falmouth 8 - 5 Crediton
Newquay Hornets 5 - 17 Exeter Saracens
Old Plymothian & Mannamedian 30 - 7 Honiton
Pirates Amateurs 13 - 6 Saltash
Veor 14 - 48 Tiverton
Bodmin Town boss Darren Gilbert speaks to the Packet after Saturday's secound round victory over Porthleven
SWPL division one west reuslts:
Bude Town 2 - 2 Perranporth
Dobwalls 1 - 4 Mousehole
Holsworthy 1 - 1 Callington Town
Penryn Athletic 3 - 1 Foxhole Stars
Penzance 1 - 6 Truro City
Sticker 1 - 3 Helston Athletic
SWPL premier division results:
Elburton Villa 1 - 1 Camelford
Exmouth Town 5 - 0 Tavistock
Ivybridge Town 5 - 0 Cullompton Rangers
Launceston 2 - 2 Elmore
Newquay 3 - 2 Liskeard Athletic
Plymouth Parkway 6 - 2 Falmouth Town
St Austell 1 - 2 Godolphin Atlantic
St.Blazey 3 - 7 Saltash United
Torpoint Athletic 3 - 2 Bovey Tracey
SENIOR CUP THIRD ROUND DRAW
Dobwalls v Wendron Utd
Godolphin Atlantic v Callington
Launceston v St Dennis
Mullion v Bodmin Town
St Blazey v Sticker
St Day v Penzance
Saltash Utd v Ludgvan
Torpoint Athletic v St Austell
Combination League results. What a day for Wendron!:
Falmouth Town 1 - 1 Falmouth Ath
Illogan RBL 4 - 0 Troon
Mullion 4 - 0 RNAS Culdrose
Perranwell 6 - 1 Ludgvan
Redruth United 7 - 3 Penryn Athletic
St Ives Town 2 - 2 St Just
Wendron United 3 - 2 St Day
Parkway 5 Falmouth 2, St blazey 2 Saltash 5, Launceston 2 Elmore 2— @mikesampson15 14 December 2013
Ft: Penryn 3 Foxhole 1 #cornishfootball— @GarethRowett 14 December 2013
RT @mouseholeafc: FULL TIME @Dobwallsfc 1-4 Mousehole #cornishfootball— @StevoTheSeagull 14 December 2013
Read a match report from today's featured game in the second round of the Cornwall Senior Cup between Porthleven and Bodmin Town here.
Port's youngsters acquitted themselves admirably in the face of a vastly experienced side. Flashes of excellence and plenty to be hopeful about for the coming season. Blango and Jordan Annear could be an exciting partnership.
All over at Gala Parc, with Bodmin worthy winners.
Port were never in it, and but for the performance of Sy Winnan, drafted in at late notice from wendron, Darren Gilbert's side could have made it double figures.
Blazey 2 - 2 Saltash. More sloppy defending allows Saltash to break with the ball score. #cornishfootball— @stvmtchl 14 December 2013
FT Porthleven 0 Bodmin Town 7
Into stoppage time at Gala Parc as the rain continues to pour down.
Porthleven 0 Bodmin Town 7
And he completes his hat-trick a minute later with a tap in at the back post.
Wright finally gets his second of the game with an effort drilled in from eight yards out. Winnan holds his hands up as though to apologise, but to be honest, there wasn't much he could do.
How did Danny O'Hagan miss that?! Wright breaks down the left, skips a challenge and delivers a ball into the six yard box for the Bodmin striker whose point blank effort is brilliantly stopped by Winnan!
Floodlights on as the rain starts to hammer down. Bodmin still well on top. Port have shown touches of real quality, but for the most part they've been chasing shadows.
"@mikesampson15: porth 0 Bodmin 3, Dobwalls 1 Mousehole 1, Torpoint 1 Bovey 0, Sticker 0 Helston 1, Penryn 0 Foxhole 1" #cornwallscores— @kjmarriott57 14 December 2013
RT @GarethRowett: What a goal - Carl Rickard puts @AFCSTAUSTELL in front against former club Godolphin #cornishfootball— @AFCSTAUSTELL 14 December 2013
Goal update @DobwallsFC 1-2 Mousehole @burnleboy #cornishfootball— @mouseholeafc 14 December 2013
Porhleven 0 Bodmin Town 5 after 73 minutes.
Chris Blango does well to squirm through two Bodmin tackles just inside the box on the left. He squares it for Freddiw Williams, but the Por forward can't dig the ball out from under his feet and Bodmin clear.
The visitors go right up the other end Danny O'Hagan sees his shot fly over the bar with him clear on goal.
Bodmin sub: Huw Morgan on for Sam Matthews.
Port sub: Jowan Shainberg on for Liam Hunter (65)
Jonny Ludlam absolutely batters a shot low and hard that looks to be heading for the bottom corner, but fizzes inches wide to gasps from the Gala Parc crowd.
One way traffic doesn't begin to describe it at the moment. Bodmin seem to have twice as many players in the pitch, as Kanakh fires over from the edge of the box.
Bodmin Town sub: Broomfield and Alexander off, Kanakh and O'Hagan on. (58)
Porthleven 0 Bodmin Town 5 (Wright 58)
This could be a long old half for Porthleven. Chris Wright makes it five, waltzing his way through the home defence and smashing an unstoppable shot high into Winnan's net.
Port sub: Jack Glover on for Dan Tarrant (55)
Porthleven 0 Bodmin Town 4 (Doel 54)
Bodmin pouring forward looking for another one. Sam Matthews has had an excellent game for the visitors. He wins Darren Gilbert's side a corner, and from the resulting scramble in the box Lee Doel smashes in Bodmin's fourth.
Correction Helston's goal was scored by Danny Ford #cornishfootball— @GarethRowett 14 December 2013
Porthleven boss Dennis Annear making his way out for the second half. Bodmin have started ominously well.
We're under way again at Gala Parc.
The scoreline here at Gala Parc is a pretty fair reflection on how the first half has panned out. Bodmin have been rampant, queuing up for shots in the last five minutes.
Darren Gilbert's side took the lead early on through Sam Matthews, doubled it when Tom Chambers nodded in Jimmy Alexander's free kick, and went three up thanks to Alexander's fine strike just before the break.
Port have played some lovely football, but it's been boys against men out there.
Goal update Dobwalls 1-1 Mousehole #cornishfootball @kernow86— @mouseholeafc 14 December 2013
Porthleven 0 Bodmin Town 3
Tarantt lunges in on Matthews and gives away a Bodmin free kick on the edge of the box. Tarantt gets a card for his troubles.
Wright runs all of 40 yards to chase down a ball over the top. He beats Dan Tarrant to it, and unleashes a fierce drive that just clears Winnan's crossbar.
Woop! @TruroR go one up at Penzance thanks to Jared Sims! Penzance 0-1 Truro City Reserves #cornishfootball— @JoLarcs 14 December 2013
Alexander's goal came in the 40th minute.
James Alexander makes it Porthleven 0 Bodmin Town 3 with a great finish, placed into the top corner from the edge of the box after some patient build up play on the right.
A sweeping Bodmin moves see Seb Broomfield released down the left. He whips a low ball into the back post and Chris Wright, thundering in from the right, cracks a first time effort that seems destined for the back of the net.
But veteran keeper Winnan scrambles across and makes a stunning block. Wright has his head in his hands. He can't believe it. Neither can I!
What a save Sy Winnan!
Goal update @dobwallsfc 1-0 Mousehole #cornishfootball— @mouseholeafc 14 December 2013
Port playing some lovely stuff when they have the ball. Liam Hunter drifts a great cross into the six yard box, but there's no one there. Bodmin clear.
Matthews hits the crossbar for Bodmin with Winnan miles away from the cross!
Helston a goal up at Sticker. Great start for the Blues
Helston a goal up at Sticker. Great start for the Blues
Matt Fox fires Helston ahead after 13 minutes #cornishfootball— @GarethRowett 14 December 2013
Port playing into the wind in this first half. Not that it's made a blind bit of difference. Bodmin, as you might expect, are firmly on top. They lead 2-0.
Bodmin are rampant as they come forward again. Could be a long afternoon for Dennis Annear's youngsters, who scramble the ball clear as Broomfield bears down on goal.
From the resulting free kick, James Alexander fires a looping high ball into the box that seems to hang forever. Sy Winnan comes to claim, but gets nowhere near it, and Chambers nods into an open goal.
Porthleven 0 Bodmin Town 2 (Chambers 19)
Jonny Luldlam goes down under a late challenge from Chris Wormington - Ludlam yelped, and I'm not surprised. Studs down the back of the calf. Painful.
Matthews almost makes it two after some neat passing play on the edge of the box sends him in on goal.
But he takes a touch too many and Port clear. The home side are being outmuscled at the moment, as another Bodmin shot whistles wide of the upright.
Porthleven 0 Bodmin Town 1 (Matthews 12)
Sam Matthews scores for Bodmin after 12 minutes, sliding the ball into the far corner after a quick break. Port caught cold at the back. Nightmare start for Dennis Annear's side!
Seb Broomfield sees a glancing header saved unconvincingly by Sy Winnan. Faily even here at Gala Parc with 10 minutes played as Port win their first corner.
Match day Holsworthy v Callington #cornishfootball bit windy...!!— @failedheart 14 December 2013
Chris Blango has the first shot on goal from all of 20 yards out, but it's easy for Kevin Miller. Port have started well here, passing the ball around nicely.
There's a strong wind whipping around Gala Parc this afternoon. The trees across from our spot in the stands are thrashing about, the sky's a uniform dull grey.
Both sides lining up pretty much as expected. Porthleven's well-documented goalkeeping crisis means Sy Winnan starts in goal for them today.
BODMIN: Kevin Miller, Jack Podmore, Shane Jewell, Tom Chambers, Steve Simmonds (c), Lee Doel, Sam Matthews, Jamie Alexander, Seb Broomfield, Chris Wright, Jonny Ludlam.
PORTHLEVEN: Sy Winnan; Chris Wormington, Liam Hunter, Jed McCardie, Dan Tarrant (c), Dan Greet, Sam Kay, Chris Blango, Tom Annear, Jordan Annear, Freddie Williams.
News just in from Wendron manager Paul Murray ahead of their game against St Day:
Nathan McIntosh is back, but he hasn't played for a few weeks. We're a bit light on numbers to be honest, we have a couple out for various reasons. It's goint to be a tough game after the St Just loss, and last week's sluggish win. But we need to raise ourselves for game of this magnitude, and I think they will.Paul Murray
Penryn host Foxhole, who you'll remember were forced to concede their Senior Cup second round match against Ludgvan after they were unable to raise a team due to a change in Cornwall FA rules. You can read about that here.
Steve Jewell's side were dumped out of the competition 4-3 by Callington, despite staging a second half fightback at Marshfields Park which saw Dale Band score a brace.
You'd expect Penryn to get back to winning ways at Kernick Road this afternoon. It looks like a straight shoot out between Foxhole and Bude Town to see who avoids the drop, and Jewell's side will be looking to bounce back with a good performance. Expect goals.
Falmouth are facing another tough afternoon on the road, this time away at Plymouth Parkway.
Speaking earlier in the week, Town boss John Dent said he remained convinced his side could take points off the SWPL premier division's top sides, but he's surely looking forward to the new year. Cullompton, Liskeard and Elmore all visit Bickland Park in Januray.
Contrast that to recent weeks.
In the last month Falmouth have played Ivybridge, Exmouth and Witheridge, and Launceston in the cup. It's a list that makes for grim reading.
Remember you can tweet us here @packetsport all afternoon with scores or updates from the games you're at.
Away from the cup, game of the day has to be at Underlane where Wendron United take on Jolly's Cornwall Combination League leaders St Day.
When we conducted a poll on the Packet's website you lot voted Wendron as the team you thought most likely to claim the league title this season. I'm sure Illogan and St Day will have something to say about that, and Wendron boss Paul Murray agrees.
I still think Illogan are the team to beat. They have the experience, and they know the way home.Wendron manager Paul Murray
It's going to be an interesting afternoon, not least of all at Gala Parc where Dennis Annear's young Porthleven side take on Senior Cup holders Bodmin Town in their rescheduled second round match.
On paper you'd expect a comfortable Bodmin win, no doubt about it. After a lacklustre start to the season Darren Gilbert's side are approaching something like their best form. They sit third in the SWP premier division, just two points behind league leaders Launceston and with a game in hand.
They have the experience, they have the quality, and they've been there before. Remember this?
But make no mistake, Port will be up for it. It's the biggest game at Gala Parc for quite a while, and as far as giant killings go they don't get any bigger than Bodmin.
You don't need much more of an incentive if you're a Porthleven player.
It's MATCHDAY! Come on you seagulls! #cornishfootball— @mouseholeafc 14 December 2013
Massive game for @WendronFC at home to Combination League leaders @STDAYAFC1. Could be a classic at Underlane #cornishfootball— @Packetsport 14 December 2013
Is today the day @mouseholeafc lose their unbeaten record in div one west? They face a tricky away trip to @DobwallsFC. #cornishfootball— @Packetsport 14 December 2013