Bodmin Trophies Duchy League round-up
FEDRICK AT DOUBLE AS THE ASHES GO BACK TO TOP:
Saltash United went back on top of the Premier Division after a 5-2 victory at Probus. They were four up by half time, but the hosts put in a spirited second half fightback to make the final score more respectable.
Lewis Fedrick scored a brace for Saltash with Josh Fairweather, Craig Butler and Tony Jane completing their tally. Probus replied with goals from Alex Hayhoe and Dan Vincent.
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Fowey United stay in contention of retaining their crown after defeating St Columb Major 5-2.
Anthony Hillman scored a brace with Jamie Martin, Josh Frampton and Steve Wheatley adding further goals. Adam Weller scored a brace for the visitors.
St Cleer surely secured their status for next season, defeating Bodmin Saints 4-1.
Charlie Coates scored his first goal for the club to give them the lead and after Scott Corson was brought down in the box, James Colwill hit home the penalty kick to double the lead.
Shaun German pulled a goal back for Saints, but Alex Isted restored the two-goal advantage when he scored from a corner. Coated scored his second near the end to complete the win.
Torpoint Athletic brought a crushing end to St Newlyn East's recent good run with a 5-1 victory.
Graham O'Neill was torturer in chief with four goals and Sam Trethewey completed their tally. Newlyn replied from a disputed penalty kick.
BISCOVEY BOUNCE BACK TO SEE OFF RIVALS PELYNT:
Division One leaders Biscovey beat third placed Pelynt 3-1 to take a big step towards promotion.
Biscovey started well, but came unstuck after 15 minutes when Billy Tedder-Hart put the visitors ahead direct from a corner.
Biscovey were affected by this and took time to settle, but a good run from Frankie McAvoy before the break led to a ball that Steve Mooney forced home from close range for the equaliser.
Biscovey were much better after half time and dominated the game with Jay Isbell and Alex Woodwork scoring to earn them a vital win.
There was more frustration for Pensilva after being held to another draw, 1-1 by Godolphin Atlantic. The hosts' Jon Filbey had a shot cleared off the line in the third minute and then three minutes later Pensilva were a goal down when Ben Colquhoun was put through to score.
Pensilva hit a post and the crossbar before eventually equalising in the 42nd minute when Jack Penhaligon set up Martin Putt to score. Pensilva controlled the second half with Godolphin largely on the defensive.
The visitors' keeper made a brave save early in the second half at Zak Peel's feet, and from then on saw stout defence deny Pensilva a winner.
Honours ended even between Altarnun and Looe Town after a 1-1 draw. An evenly fought first half sprung into life just before half time when after a run from halfway the ball was squared for Luke Lane to give Looe the lead.
The second half saw chances at both ends with Altarnun earning a point after Tom Goslin put in Stuart Cole to score.
St Dennis earned three crucial points to aid their relegation fight and more than likely condemned Gunnislake to the drop after a 5-0 victory.
Paul Rowe scored a brace with Dan Allen, Gary Tippett and Stuart Bell adding a goal apiece.
A brace apiece from Steve Paull and Lee Hawkins gave St Dominick a 4-1 success at Week St Mary. The hosts who were down to bare bones in players available replied through Rob Pearce.
PADSTOW'S PURPLE PATCH:
Division Two leaders Padstow United staged an incredible late fightback to gain a 5-4 at Premier Sixes.
Joe Harvey gave the hosts the lead only for Johnny Murt to head an equaliser. Martyn Probert restored the home lead before the break and a second from Harvey after the restart had Sixes in a comfortable lead.
Kyle Tippett pulled a goal back for Padstow, but then Probert scored his second to put Sixes 4-2 up. With just 13 minutes remaining and after using the bench, Sixes gave away a poor free kick and Cameron Wickens reduced the arrears.
Another needless free kick saw Murt power heading in an equaliser and with the momentum firmly behind them, Richard McOwen fired in a winner.
Dave Pendleton was in good form in the home goal as Foxhole and North Petherwin fought out a goalless draw to fall further behind Padstow.
With just one defeat in eight games, Sticker have put themselves in contention and moved up to fourth after a 4-1 win at Queens Rangers.
After ten minutes a through ball found Alex Keast who opened the scoring. The score was doubled when a long corner from Gary Bone found Adam Cleaves who controlled the ball well to shoot home.
Queens' cause was not helped when a second yellow for dissent saw their number reduced to ten.
The home side gave as good as they got after the break but the extra man told and Sticker made if three when Bradley Hoskin headed home a cross from Keast.
Queens pulled a goal back from the penalty spot from Nathan Johns after new signing Alex Moorcroft had handled.
The visitors increased their lead when a fine cross from Luke Perkes was volleyed home by Zak Brokenshire to give him a first goal for the club.
Lostwithiel suffered a surprise 3-2 home defeat to Gerrans & St Mawes United. Kai Stone and Lee Collins scored for Lostwithiel, but goals from Andy Ayre, a Glynn Hitchings penalty and a Sam Glanville goal eases the visitors' relegation fears.
Boscastle's 5-0 defeat of St Breward leaves the visitors just above the relegation zone. Martin Seldon, Nathan Gessex, Andy Terry, Jon Bosley and Nick Lawson were the home scorers.
AFC Bodmin were held 3-3 by bottom club Lanreath. Matt Hooper scored a brace for Bodmin with Andy Stevens completing their total. Lanreath replied with a Ray Clarke brace and an Andy Livingstone goal.
COX AND BROOKES IN THE GOALS AS PHOENIX FIRE:
LC Phoenix hit Welcome Inn for six to maintain their Division Three title quest.
There was a brace apiece for Shaun Cox and Matt Brookes with Nathan Cox and John Bye completing the rout.
Leaders St Minver faced a difficult trip to Holywell-Cubert Athletic, but a two-goal success with James Northcott getting both goals keeps them firmly on top of the table.
At the other ended of the table Camelford halted Callington Town's recent revival with a 1-0 away win, which helps their own relegation fight. Scott Percy, newly signed from Bude, scored the only goal.
Tregony also helped their cause with a fine 3-0 defeat of Delabole United. Kieran Davey scored a brace with his brother Aaron getting the remaining goal.
JASON'S JOY FOR THE HILL:
North Hill beat Lifton 1-0 to take a giant step towards the Division Four title with Jason Ridgment getting the only goal against their third-placed opponents.
St Neot consolidated second place with a fine 5-3 defeat of fellow promotion hopefuls Mevagissey reserves.
Richard James gave Mevagissey the lead, but two goals apiece from Dan Chapman and Adam Gregory either side of half time put St Neot in control.
Mevagissey raised their game and strikes from James and Ryan Morcom suddenly put the result in the balance. Chapman settled home nerves with a hat trick goal to secure the points.
Richard Dunstan scored a brace for Wadebridge in a 6-3 win at Gunnislake reserves. Rob Centini, Nathan Osborne and Jack Lawrence completed the visitors' scoring with Jamie Thomas and Simon Skinner replying.
Jack Bray-Smith again proved he is one of the best players in this division with four of Gorran's five goals as they beat Torpoint Comrades 5-3.
Stuart Rowe was the other Gorran scorer with Matt Hulcoop, Steve O'Shaughnessy and Richard Gibson replying.
St.Teath looked doomed to relegation after losing 3-1 at home to next to bottom St Cleer reserves. Dan Edwards scored for St Teath with Tom Bennett, Jordan Dennis and Dave Williams hitting the visitors' goals.
CHARLIE IS THE DARLING:
Veryan increased their lead at the top of Division Five following a 4-1 at North Petherwin reserves.
Charlie Mooney scored a brace with Bobby Lee Johns and Olly Young adding a brace apiece. Petherwin's leading scorer Sam Stockdale scored the host's consolation.
St Columb Major reserves slipped two points further back after being held 4-4 at home by Southgate Seniors.
Luke Worrall scored a brace with Simon Mitchell and Jamie Tipton completing the home scoring.
St Minver reserves were four up at half time at home to Tregrehan Mills, but had to face a good comeback from the visitors after the break that reduced the final score to 4-2.
Kelvin Hayes scored his first goal for St Minver since his recent transfer with Ryan Butler adding a brace and Ben Cleave making a run from the half way line to score the fourth.
A fine fightback saw Diogo Reis and Davide Simoes reduce the arrears.
St Mawgan reserves twice came from behind to win 3-2 at Pelynt reserves. Darren Allum, Kevin Pearce and Luke Haynes scored for St Mawgan with Chris Reade and Alex Rice replying.
St Newlyn East reserves are off the bottom after a third win. They beat Boscastle reserves 2-1 with Dan Mitchell and Dave Kent on target. Nev Turner scored the Boscastle goal.
Duke of Cornwall now drop to the basement after a 5-0 home defeat by St Merryn. Richard Hughes scored a hat trick with Connor Wilden and Ashley Rescorla completing the rout.
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