Football: Carlsberg South West Peninsula League division one review October 9
CALLINGTON Town moved up to fourth place in division one west with a shock 3-2 victory over leaders Sticker at Burngullow Park on Saturday.
It was Sticker's first defeat in their opening ten league games of the season and they never recovered from conceding two goals in the opening 23 minutes.
Bradley Farnham gave Callington the lead in the 20th minute and three minutes later it was 2-0 as Sam Stevens burst through to score.
Sticker were given a lifeline just before the break when Andrew Butler reduced the arrears but three minutes into the second half Stevens restored Callington's two-goal advantage.
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Again Sticker got themselves back into the contest with a 63rd minute penalty from Matt Lloyd but the visitors held on for an excellent three points.
Wadebridge Town came away from Dobwalls with a 3-2 victory.
Dan Jennings, back at Wadebridge after a short spell at Camelford, struck a hat-trick.
Martyn Hake had given Dobwalls the perfect start with a third minute goal but Jennings equalised with a stunning 30 yard effort in the 37th minute and then made it 2-1 just before half-time.
There was little to choose between the sides in the second half but Wadebridge extended their lead with an 82nd minute Jennings penalty.
Hake scored his second of the game to set up an exciting finish but the Bridgers held on.
For long spells at Goverseth Park on Saturday, bottom of the table Foxhole gave as good as they got against visitors Truro City and the game was still goalless after an hour.
But two goals in nine minutes from Tom Langford gave Truro the points.
Bude Town conceded three goals in the opening nine minutes at in-form Mousehole and never recovered as they eventually lost 6-1.
Wade Brown struck after two and nine minutes, with Matt Shiels getting the other.
Steve Burt made it 4-0 in the 25th minute and although Scott Vercy reduced the arrears before half-time, Mark Vercesi added two more Mousehole goals in the second half.
Any thoughts that it might be a good time for St Dennis to play Helston Athletic were swept away at Boscawen Park on Saturday as the visitors ran out 6-1 winners.
Helston went into the game on the back of four successive defeats but they rediscovered their form in style with goals from Ashley Stidwell, Charlie Young, Ben Stidwell, Dan Stidwell, Jamie Thirkle and striker Mark Goldsworthy, who was expecting to be in Truro City's first team squad, only to be told an hour before kick-off that he wouldn't be included due to contract issues. Goldsworthy came on as a second half substitute in the Blues' victory.
Courtenay Rowe scored St Dennis's consolation.