Football: Cornish Guardian ECPL midweek round-up
ST TEATH found the winning touch in Wednesday's premier division match, winning 3-1 at home to Wadebridge with goals from Mike Hewitt, Jammie Kay and Mark Grills.
Launceston had a 3-0 home win over St Dominick, with two goals from Callum O'Brien while Ryan Crabb was also on target.
The North Cornwall derby saw Kilkhampton win 4-3 at home to Morwenstow.
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Fowey United continued their excellent start in division one with a 6-0 home win over St Blazey Gate with double strikes from Alex Woodcock and Jamie Martin while Josh Frampton and Frank Mcavoy had one each.
Honours were even at Bodmin in a 3-3 draw with Holsworthy. David Crawford (2) and Shane Hearn scored for Bodmin while Ian Rowe (2) and Cory Haycock were the Holsworthy marksmen.
Two of the league's new teams had a 2-2 draw at St Austell with Rob Giltjes and Phil Hutchings scoring for the home side while Miles Gardener and Martin Davy hit the target for visiting Mevagissey.
Roche won 3-0 at home to Nanpean with goals from Ryan Clark, Ryan Stephens and Neil Trudgeon.
Tom Hall had an impressive game for Edgcumbe in their 3-0 win away to Plymstock with the goals coming from Rikki Shepherd, Matt Williams and Brett Shannon.
POLPERRO and Liskeard shared eight goals in Tuesday's premier division match with Colin Wilson hitting two for Polperro along with single strikes from Dominic Richardson and Luke Cloke. Adam Gregory and Mcauley Thorpe had two each for Liskeard.
Callington won 2-0 at home to Bere Alston with Mike Norman and Nick Carpenter on target. Torpoint were held to a 1-1 draw away to Plymouth Parkway, who scored a last gasp equaliser through John Jenkins after Lewis Pacey had given Torpoint the lead.
Millbrook went down 5-2 away to Tavistock, whose Jarrad Kelly hit four goals with Aaron Northmore also on target. James Rowe (penalty) and Shaun Evans were on target for Millbrook. John Penhalagon scored a hat-trick for Probus in their 3-3 draw at Camelford in the first division.
SALTASH will look to continue their challenge at the top of the premier division when they take on Elburton Villa at Kimberley Stadium this evening (7.30pm).
They have already won their first three away league matches and also beaten Polperro 4-1 at home with the only setback being a 1-0 home defeat by Tavistock.
Wadebridge, with two home wins and two clean sheets against Morwenstow and Callington, will hope to continue that form in their home match against Liskeard.
Meanwhile Launceston continue a run of home fixtures with Callington due at Pennygillam for what will be Launceston's sixth home match in their opening seven league fixtures.
Saturday's fixtures see bottom of the table St Teath face a testing home match against Torpoint, who were the league leaders before this week's midweek games.
Polperro, without a win in their opening six league matches, face a testing visit to Tavistock in a match that has been switched to a 3pm kick-off.
In the first division, early pace-setters Fowey are at home to Holsworthy while close rivals Roche are at home to Bodmin, who have managed only one point from their opening four league matches.
Fixtures and tables, Pages 96 & 97.