Football: Duchy League reports October 9
KMD Develm'ts Knockout Cup
LEE AT THE DOUBLE:
First Division Lostwithiel toppled last year's beaten finalists, St Newlyn East, out of the KMD Developments Cup in an outstanding first round tie.
Lee Ashton scored both home goals with Chris Symons getting the Newlyn reply.
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WILMOTT RESCUES POINT:
There was just one Premier Division game with honours even as St Stephen and Torpoint Athletic shared six goals.
Ross Dunn gave Saints a 10th minute lead when a defender deceived his own goalkeeper.
A good move saw Tom Rothwell equalise with Torpoint then taking the lead when Sam Trethewey scored direct from a corner.
A fine passing move was finished by Lawrence Murray to put the visitors in control, before Matt Spry pulled a goal back in the 44th minute to give the hosts a lifeline.
St Stephen earned a point in the 75th minute when Spry found Kyle Wilmott and he fired into the corner.
ALTARNUN'S SIX OF BEST:
Altarnun have made a superb start in Division One and won impressively 6-1 at home to Polperro.
Sam Smith gave them the lead with a 25-yard free kick in the top corner, but Polperro quickly equalised through Andy Cordner.
Within two minutes of the equaliser Mike Deibner restored the home lead with Smith adding his second before the break.
Josh Smith increased the lead from close range and scored a second with a header from a Walter Medlicott cross.
Substitute Luke Williams ran through the defence to hit the sixth and final goal.
There was an absolute classic at North Petherwin where the home team defeated Padstow United 5-2.
The scoreline was flattering to the home side, but they were that little bit sharper in front of goal. Both sides attacked throughout and the game was superbly marshalled by referee Andy Crocombe.
Petherwin had a dream start when Andy Penn intercepted a pass and scored within ten seconds of the kick-off.
Penn added a second with Ashley Miller, Jim Werren and Callum Reeve with a deflected effort completing the home tally. Padstow replied with a thunderbolt at the near post by Kyle Tippett and Tom Hull with a well-worked goal.
St.Dominick were again in dominant form thrashing Looe Town 6-0.
The visitors possibly shaded the first half, but were trailing to three Scott Coombe goals all set up by the outstanding Kian Armitage.
St Dominick were the better side after the break with Coombe scoring twice more for a tally of five and Corey Nesbitt hitting a goal from a rebound.
Dave Moore hit a hat-trick as Godolphin Atlantic won their derby at St Mawgan 4-2. Jamie Hayton was the other Godolphin scorer with Sean Lambart getting both St Mawgan goals.
GUNNISLAKE HOLD LEADERS
Second Division leaders St Minver featured in a scrappy affair with Gunnislake, with the game ending in a 3-3 draw, which was a fair result.
Steve Wootton, Mike Kempthorne and Ryan Parsons were the home scorers.
Foxhole showed their title credentials at AFC Bodmin, with an impressive display giving them a 4-1 success.
Ben Bould scored a brace with Jamie Robinson and Jake Couch adding the other visiting goals. Andy Seymour scored the lone home consolation.
Holywell/Cubert Athletic by their own admission were abysmal at home to Gerrans & St Mawes United so they were relieved to draw the game 2-2.
Simon Holmes and Jack Stevenson scored for Holywell with Ollie Growcott-Smith and Charles Jones replying.
Premier Sixes had an impressive 5-0 win over Sticker.
The first half was quite even. Joe Harvey gave Sixes the lead with Sticker a little unfortunate not to equalise when a shot was tipped over the bar.
Sixes reorganised at half time, and were very much stronger after the break.
Martin Probert scored twice with Karl Olander heading home and Craig Harvey completing the scoring with another header.
Week St Mary went into their home game with St Breward with neither side having picked up a point previously.
A 1-1 draw opens both accounts, but leave them struggling near the foot of the table. Rob Hambly scored for Week with Luke Richards scoring the first league goal of the season for St Breward.
NORTH HEADING UPHILL:
North Hill leapfrogged Stoke Climsland to top Division Three after securing a 2-1 away win. Tom Cleveland scored for Stoke with Chris Rockell getting both North Hill goals.
Queens Rangers remain unbeaten after earning a 2-1 win at Delabole United. Phil Walmsley put the visitors ahead with Mike Barrett equalising from the penalty spot. Rangers winners came from an own goal from Lee Dungey.
St Neot were beaten 5-3 at home by Callington. Darren Chapman, Ryan Chapman and Matt Lorenz scored for St Neot. The visitors' marksmen were Adam Parry (2), Ricky Coton, Liam Bryant and a debut goal from Kevin Pethick.
Welcome Inn defeated St Stephen reserves 7-2 to leave the visitors pinned to the bottom of the table.
Phil Roberts and Mark Nagle scored a brace apiece with Adrian White, Rory Lewis and Mark Perry completing the home tally. Dan Allen and Jamie Smith replied.
JACK THE LAD WITH SEVEN GOALS FOR GORRAN:
There was a sensational finish in Division Four at Gorran. The home side were leading Pensilva reserves 5-3 as the game entered added time.
The referee played an additional ten minutes to the surprise of all and four other goals were scored in this period, giving Gorran an 8-4 win.
It was a day of personal achievement for Jack Bray-Smith, who scored seven of the home goals, two from the spot.
Sixteen-year-old Henry Forsyth scored the third of their goals.
Pensilva had their own ace marksman with Sam Rogers scoring all four goals.
Veryan had a big win thrashing Mevagissey 9-0. The first half was quite even with the home side a little fortunate to be three up.
The second half became very one-sided as the visitors heads dropped and the home form increased. Justin Trebilcock scored four goals with Craig Phillips and Martin Bishop adding a brace apiece. Liam Cope completed the tally.
Wadebridge Town won their first game of the season beating Tintagel 3-2 in a North Cornwall derby.
Paul Dingle scored a brace with Ladislav Andrashazi completing the home scoring. Shaun Keeble scored a brace in reply.
It was a bad day for Tregony as they slumped 7-1 at home to Grampound reserves. Tom Foster and Shane Weeks scored a brace apiece with Steve Moorcroft, Ryan Orchard and Rob Sharpe completing the visitors' tally. Kai Pearce replied.
ALLEN AND WORRALL FIRE ST MERRYN TO BIG WIN:
St Merryn played really well as they crushed St Mawgan reserves hitting nine goals without reply to maintain their 100 per cent start in Division Five and move to the top of the table.
Kevin Allen scored four times with Luke Worrall hitting a hat trick. Mike Shearer and Josh Dark added a goal apiece.
Southgate Seniors beat overnight leaders Standard Inn 4-0 with two goals in each half. Nathan James, Dan Gregory, Tom Wyman and Jamie Holden scored a goal apiece.
Royal Par edged the derby at Par Running Track coming from a goal behind to beat Tregrehan Mills 2-1.
Tregrehan, the home side took an early lead. Ben Double hit an innocuous looking free kick from 35 yards, but the keeper let the ball slip through his fingers.
Royal Par nearly equalised within minutes, but the Tregrehan keeper made a sharp reflex save pushing the ball against the point.
Par equalised on the stroke of half time through Krzysztop Kruszewski and then scored the winner in the second half with a shot from distance from Dean Dingle.
High Street were 3-0 winners at St Teath. Jake Mansell, Stuart Kesson-Smith and Chris Sullivan were the marksmen.
Boscastle reserves beat Pelynt reserves by the odd goal in seven. Matt Pethick, Jack Routly, Nathan Gessex and Dean Favreau scored for Boscastle with Tom Whitebrook scoring a brace and Andy Pollard scoring once in the visitors' reply.
Connor Bridgway scored a hat trick with Derrick Disney adding a brace as St Minver reserves won 5-2 at St Newlyn East.
Steve Revell and Jevan Swallows replied for Newlyn.