Football: Duchy League review October 30
ALEX PROVES TO BE THE MAYNE MAN FOR LAMERTON:
Lamerton fully deserved their Premier Division victory at St Stephen.
They took an 11th minute lead through Richard Searle, and were gifted a second in the 41st minute when a bad goal kick fell kindly for the Lamerton striker Alex Mayne to fire into the net.
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St Stephen were better after the break and James Truscott was unlucky with three powerful shots from distance, but found the Lamerton keeper in top form as they held on comfortably for a 2-0 win.
Leaders Saltash United maintained their 100 per cent start after coming from two down at half time to win 5-2 at St Columb Major.
The hosts took a first minute lead when Darren Farquhar's cross was deflected in for an own goal. Dom Roberts was sent off for retaliation in the 20th minute, but numbers were levelled 15 minutes later as a Saltash player was dismissed for pulling back a player.
Major doubled their lead a minute before half time with a cracking shot from Alex Bicknell.
The second half started with Saltash camped in their opponents end as the efforts of the first half seemed to have drained the home players.
They pulled a goal back in the 63rd minute when Jason Rid punched a corner into his own goal. Two minutes later Tony Jane restored parity.
Ryan Tetley put the visitors ahead for the first time in the 70th minute with Lewis Fedrick putting the game out of reach. Tetley wrapped up the points with his second near the end.
Pensilva had a fine 4-1 victory over Torpoint Athletic to stay in the mix.
They took the lead after 84 seconds when good work down the left wing from Matt Carter-Brown let Neil Kennedy in to score.
Some woeful finishing kept the score at 1-0 at the break. Torpoint came out all guns blazing and equalised six minutes after the restart from Tom Rothwell.
Pensilva restored their lead within a minute following good play by Sam Rogers and Jack Podmore, Carter-Brown volleyed home.
Rogers pounced on a bad back pass to score the third with Podmore hitting a thunderous strike into the top corner to seal the win.
ALTARNUN END RECORD:
Altarnun played superbly as they took the unbeaten record of St Dominick in the big Division One clash winning 3-0.
They took the lead straight from the kick-off within ten seconds when Danny Moore put the ball over the top for Stuart Cole to steer home. They doubled the advantage in the 10th minute when Wayne Francome put Sam Smith in to go round the keeper.
A convincing victory was completed ten minutes from time when Smith pounced on a defensive error to score his second.
Polperro put a dismal run behind them to complete a fine 2-0 win over Padstow United. Liam Faulkner gave them the lead near the end of the first half with Colin Wilson bagging a penalty in the second half. St Mawgan won their first league game of the season beating fellow strugglers St Dennis 3-2. Spencer Hassell and Stuart Harris were the home scorers with Dan Menhenitt and Aydan Rundle replying for St Dennis.
Lostwithiel were trailing 1-0 at half time at home to Calstock and heated words were said in the dressing room.
It certainly worked as they scored three quick goals after half time as they ran out 7-1 winners. Kevin Morcom levelled with Ben Wilkinson putting them ahead.
Ben Carr, James Hutchings, Lee Ashton and Josh Cook put them well ahead before Wilkinson completed the scoring.
BOSCASTLE OFF THE MARK:
Boscastle picked up their first win of the season, beating Gerrans & St Mawes United 4-3 to ignite their season in Division Two.
Jamie Burnett scored a brace with Sam Haddy and an own goal completing the home tally. Gerrans replied with goals from James Fryer, Andy Harris and Andy Ayre.
Foxhole bounced back from their first defeat of the season last week to trounce previously unbeaten Premier Sixes 6-1.
Foxhole were as good this week as bad last. Ben Bould scored the opener in the 3rd minute and doubled the lead ten minutes later.
Foxhole's third came from a free kick from outside the box fired home by Shane Kibell. Bould completed his hat trick five minutes before half time as the hosts ended the half as they had begun.
Sixes pulled one back after the break from Josh Mitchell after a corner, but Foxhole went on to score twice more.
Gary Camps scored their fifth from a volley three minutes after the visitors' goal with Jamie Robinson completing the scoring.
St Minver take over at the top after a 3-0 win at Holywell/Cubert Athletic. Jason Northcott scored a brace with Mike Kempthorne adding the other goal.
With a strong wind blowing up the pitch both St Breward and Sticker found it difficult to control the ball in the conditions.
The visitors had the greater possession but were unable to create many clear cut chances. On the half hour they did take the lead when a slip by a home defender was seized upon by Ryan Hale who rounded the keeper to score from an acute angle.
With the wind after the break Sticker dominated but a combination of poor finishing and frantic defence kept the scorer to a single goal.
The visitors did manage to double their tally late on when Zak Smith-Brokenshire ran through to score from close range to complete a 2-0 win.
WELCOME WIN FOR THE INN:
Welcome Inn stay top of Division Three after an excellent 6-1 win at previously unbeaten Queens Rangers.
Ross Willcock scored a brace with Karl Orchard, Gary Dunphy, Aidan Jepson and Keith White completing their tally. Matt Bale scored the Queens consolation.
North Hill remain unbeaten after a closely fought 4-3 victory at St Neot. The hosts were trailing all through the game up until the 68th minute when they equalised, but were denied when North Hill scored the winner six minutes from time.
Connor Stone scored a brace with Matt Lorenz completing the home tally. North Hill won with a Jason Ridgment brace and goals from Chris Rockell and an own goal.
Stoke Climsland won 3-0 at Lifton. Tom Cleveland scored a brace with Blaine Sperring scoring a first of the season. Delabole United won their derby clash at Camelford 3-1. Jordan Blanchard scored for both teams. The other Delabole goals came from Mike Barrett and Josh Bluett.
Liam Bryant scored twice as Callington won 3-1 at Lanivet Inn. Ricky Coton completed the Callington total with Darren Lang replying.
Two Jamie Bullock goals helped St Stephen reserves to a first win of the season at Lanreath.
Lee Whetter was also on target in their 3-1 win with Tyler Collins pulling one back.
Leaders North Petherwin reserves had a comfortable win with Andi Sleeman scoring a hat trick in their 5-1 defeat of Pensilva reserves.
Dan Warring and Glen Charnock completed the home scoring with Josh Johnson replying.
Veryan stay second after a 3-0 success at Mevagissey. Craig Phillips scored twice with Justin Trebilcock also finding the target.
St Cleer reserves were another side to pick up a first win. They beat Tregony 6-1 with Zak Peel scoring four goals.
Peel scored a hat trick in the opening 13 minutes with Liam Donaghy getting their fourth before half time from a free kick.
Peel and Donaghy added a goal apiece in the second half with Kai Pearce scoring a consolation between those two strikes.
There was another high scoring game at Gorran with the home team sharing eight goals with Wadebridge Town.
Gorran were 3-1 ahead in the first half with goals from Peter Kirby, James Rogers and Dave Jones. Wadebridge levelled by half time and were good value for the draw.
Kirby got his second for Gorran's second half goal while the visitors' goals came from Ladislav Andrashazi, Josh Carpenter, Aaron White and James Cox.
COOL HAND LUKE:
St Merryn continued their charge at the top of Division Five with a 6-1 win at St Teath.
Luke Worrall scored a hat trick with Richard Hughes adding a brace. The other St Merryn goal came from Mike Shearer with Karl Elliott getting the home consolation.
Tregrehan Mills dominated at home to St Mawgan reserves winning 5-0. Lewis Husband scored the opener in the 18th minute, and they doubled the advantage with a curling shot from Dom Swire to go into the break two up.
Sam Rowse scored the third on the hour from a far post header and another header from Tom Adams made it four. Husband completed the scoring with a 20 yard strike.
Godolphin Atlantic reserves continued their good form with a 3-1 win at St Minver reserves where Kevin McHugh added a brace to his recent scoring spree.
Danny Burton completed the visitors' scoring with Ryan Pooley scoring for St Minver.
High Street beat Royal Par 3-1 with both sides giving each other an own goal. Stuart Kesson-Smith and Jake Mansell scored the other High Street goals.