Football: JJ Jones Builders Duchy League round-up
KELLY'S HERO AS LAMERTON FIGHT BACK FOR POINT:
Lamerton had to come from behind to secure a point from their 2-2 draw with St Newlyn East.
Ben Phillips put the visitors ahead after 32 minutes following a corner and Mick Thompson added a second five minutes before half-time.
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Lamerton received a lifeline with a Simon Breyley goal just before the break and claimed their equaliser from Simon Kelly in the 78th minute.
Both sides were reduced to ten men in an entertaining game.
KIAN YOU BELIEVE IT:
A very young St Dominick side made a fine opening in Division One, beating a much more experienced Edgcumbe team 3-2.
Sixteen-year-old Kian Armitage scored two of the goals. His first gave the hosts the lead after receiving a good through ball.
Edgcumbe equalised from a rebounded effort from Jay Boyle, but they then conceded a penalty. Tom Lowden saw his spot kick saved, but reacted quickest to put in the rebound.
Edgcumbe played their part in the game and a good team move was rewarded with Jake Foster getting their second equaliser.
Saints were not to be denied though and Sam Ticehurst released Armitage to round the keeper for his second and winning goal.
NANKS FOR THE GOAL:
Lostwithiel suffered their first setback with a 3-2 defeat at Godolphin Atlantic.
Although weakened through unavailable players, Lostwithiel were able to bring in St Austell manager Dan Nancarrow, who scored one of their goals. He was unable to travel to Elmore because of work commitments.
Graham Rule scored their other, but the star man on the day was the hosts' Dan Cheadle who scored a hat-trick.
North Petherwin won 3-0 at Calstock in a game marred by a thief who stole valuables from the visitors' changing room during the second half.
Much praise must go to the home club who made a collection and donated £50 to the Petherwin players. Jim Werren, Shane Hooper and Joe Reeves were the visiting marksmen.
Grampound were good value for a 3-1 half-time lead playing with the wind at St Dennis.
In the second half the hosts had the elements with them and pressed forward but only reduced the deficit from the penalty spot with ten minutes left as Grampound held on for a 3-2 win in a tense finish.
The visitors' goals came from Hayden Boxall, Lee Budge and Bruce Campbell.
Looe Town started their season with a local derby at home to Polperro and celebrated with a 4-1 success. There was a brace apiece from Matt Barton and Chris Sykes with Dan Sharp getting the visitors' consolation.
KIBELL SOUNDS THE ALARM:
Foxhole made it three wins from three games as they reiterated their early season favourites tag in Division Two.
They went to Gunnislake and won 4-1 with Shane Kibell adding another hat-trick to go to eight goals for the season. Jamie Robinson added the other Foxhole goal with Kieren Jasper replying.
St Minver and Sticker fought out a tight game with Ben Beesley giving the hosts the points with the only goal around the 65th minute.
With their regular keeper tied up with cricket, Boscastle were always likely to concede goals at home to Premier Sixes and they couldn't handle Martyn Probert who scored four goals in the visitors' 6-2 win.
Craig Harvey and Josh Mitchell were the other Sixes scorers with Sam Capstick and Jon Bosley scoring for Boscastle.
St.Breward fell to a third loss beaten 6-0 at home by AFC Bodmin. Both sides played nice football at times but the visitors made a lot more of their chances to finish comfortable winners.
They scored three goals in each half, the scorers were Fraser Robinson (2), Jon Summerfield, Jason Willis, Mike Horne and Andy Seymour.
FOLLOW YOUR LEADER:
Welcome Inn's veteran player-manager Neil White scored a goal after only 27 seconds at home to Delabole as he led his charges to a 7-0 rout in Division Three.
Ross Willcock claimed a hat-trick with Karl Orchard, Jake Blythe and Adrian White adding further goals.
DREAM START UP NORTH:
North Petherwin reserves gained a second successive victory in Division Four beating Grampound reserves 2-0.
Craig Charnock and Gareth Hutchings scored the goals to give the hosts a dream start to the season.
Pensilva reserves beat Mevagissey 3-0. Goalless at half time, the hosts took full advantage of the slope after the restart.
Jon Filbey opened the scoring with Leighton Mitchell adding the second. Filbey wrapped up the points with his second.
Wadebridge were wasteful in front of goal and conceded all too easily as they slumped to a 3-2 home defeat to Tregony.
It was a good day for 16-year-old Kai Pearce, who scored a brace on his debut for Tregony with Kieran Davey getting their other goal. Paul Dingle and Aaron White replied for Wadebridge.
IT'S LOOKING GOOD ON THE HIGH STREET:
High Street, playing their first ever game in the league against fellow newcomers Godolphin reserves, won 6-1 with Stuart Kesson-Smith hitting a hat-trick.
Simon Carhart, Jake Mansell and Rob Hindle completed the visitors' tally. Jack Scott scored the Godolphin consolation.
Scott Bennett scored four goals as St Teath thrashed St Newlyn East reserves hitting 12 without reply as both clubs opened their seasons.
Josh Brewer added a hat-trick with Andy Grills, Tom Harris, Dan Mountain, Dan Edwards and Jacob Williams completing the rout.
Pelynt reserves made an impressive start beating St Minver reserves 5-0.
Tony Harman and Ryan Oxley scored a brace apiece with Dave Allsey completing the scoring for Pelynt.