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Cornwall Women's Football Newsmail

South West League Premier Division

Penzance 4-4 Keynsham Town
Penzance were without Holly Sandow for the vital visit of fellow highfliers Keynsham Town, having sustained an ankle ligament injury in last week's cup win. Dawn Bateman took her place in midfield, with Tracey Burley putting in a strong performance in the centre of the defence. But Burley could not clear early on and the visitors went ahead with a soft goal. The Magpies were soon level after the keeper spilt Lauren Hosking's shot, who tapped home the loose ball. Lindsay Williams and Burley both timed tackles in the box to perfection as Keynsham applied pressure. This finally told on 45 minutes, with a smart finish inside the far post.

Seven minutes after the restart, a 22-yard Bateman strike sailed into the net to level the scores. Lindsey Williams cleared a goal-bound shot but Keynsham soon struck twice in a minute through Alana Wilson. Julie Lawrence shot just over from 25 yards before Katie Barker pulled one back on 75 minutes with a sharp strike. Three minutes later Barker broke clear and finished superbly to tie the game at 4-4. Both teams had chances to win it, Barker's lob dropping a foot over the bar.

The Magpies begin successive fixtures against Cardiff City Reserves with the away trip this Sunday. The club have seen more new faces attending training and anyone who wishes to play should join in on Thursdays at Penzance FC, 7pm-9pm.

Division 1 South

Ashdown Rovers 1-4 Newquay
Newquay returned from Dorset with a 4-1 win over Ashdown Rovers, after the first-half ended level at 1-1. Newquay travel again on Sunday, to Clevedon Town 'A' for a.Pat Sowden Cup 1st Round tie.

Cornwall Trophies Cup 1st Round

Falmouth Town 1-6 Penryn
Penryn won the local derby cup tie at Falmouth Town 6-1, with Michala Cushen again on target for Falmouth.
Kerrier Terriers P-P Bude Town
Kerrier Terriers conceded their Cornwall Trophies Cup tie to Bude. Kerrier, who are still short of players, are scheduled another tough home game this Sunday, with promotion favourites Hayle visiting. Although, the fixture may be put back.
Madron 0-3 Launceston
Launceston eased into the next round of the Cornwall Trophies Cup, with a 3-0 victory at Madron, where Jill Haines was amongst the scorers. Launceston have an intriguing home game with St.Austell on Sunday, whilst Madron welcome Falmouth Town.
Mullion 12-1 St. Breward
Mullion defeated St.Breward 12-1 to progress in the Cornwall Trophies Cup. Becky Hall scored five times, Emma Hurworth four, Amanda Curnow added a brace plus one by Becka Baddeley. Mullion were 4-0 up within the first 15 minutes and hit another four by half time. St.Breward lobbed home a last minute consolation. Mullion are home to Bude Town in a league fixture this Sunday, whilst St.Breward host Liskeard.
Newquay Res 2-1(aet) St.Columb Minor
The eagerly anticipated first ever Newquay derby saw St.Columb Minor defeated by an extra-time golden goal. Emma Pritchard put Newquay Reserves ahead but Minor began to get on top and levelled from a 75th minute penalty. Newquay then took charge and forced two goal-line clearances before the very impressive Hayley Stroud eventually headed home the decisive goal. Newquay Reserves host Penryn on Sunday, having lost the away fixture 4-3. St.Columb Minor play host to Goonhavern.
Roche 3-4 Porthleven
Porthleven needed to find their shooting boots for the cup trip to Roche after drawing a blank last week and they just did enough to run out 4-3 winners, even though three senior players were missing. Beth Pascoe bagged a brace, with Sarah Stringer and Vicky Jewell also scoring for Port. Roche put in a better performance and battled hard, finding the net through Stacey Dunn, Jade Young and Paulette Spry. In quite a physical game, each side received one caution each. Roche are home again on Sunday when Wadebridge visit.
St.Austell 3-2 (aet) Liskeard
It was top of Division 1 versus top of Division 2 East as St.Austell took on Liskeard, however the impressive visitors stormed into a two-goal lead inside eight minutes. In a cracking cup tie Liskeard kept St.Austell at bay until the final twelve minutes, when Ayeisha Dyer pulled one goal back. Kim Tyler levelled with three minutes left and combined with Stacey Dickenson to score a golden-goal extra-time winner.
Storm 0-13 Wadebridge
Wadebridge dumped Storm out of the Cornwall Trophies Cup, in a game that was abandoned in the second-half. Storm's ten players were reduced to just seven by injury at the point. Vicky Grubb grabbed a doube hat-trick, Emily Fields added three, with one goal each for Kirsty Dunleavy, Laura Cunliffe, Kath Meneer and Kylie Dowling. Storm travel to Stoke Climsland this Sunday.

Marazion and Camelford were both free this week but renew acquaintances on Sunday at Trevenner. The two sides met in cup final action last season, with Marazion winning 3-0.

Cornwall League Div 2 West

Holmans 7-0 St. Just
Holmans picked up their first league win of the season with a 7-0 victory against St.Just, in a fixture brought forward one week. Katie Langley scored four times, with Danni Woodbury two and Suzy Young one.
Mermaid Appeal Charity Match - St.Agnes 0-13 Hayle
Hayle won the Mermaid Appeal charity match at St.Agnes 13-0. Clare Baker scored four, Amy Brooks and Kath Carter contributing two each. Meanwhile, Hayle U14s beat Perran-Goonhavern 6-3, with Amber Grose netting four, Emma Cook and Kerry Matthews one each.

Cornwall Women's Football Newsmail

Cornwall Women's Football Newsmail 26 October, 2003

Cornwall game off

Cornwall's opening game in the 2003-4 South West Women's County Championship has been called off. Gloucestershire, their scheduled visitors on November 16th, have withdrawn their team from the open-age competition.

FA Cup 1st Rd

Yeovil Town 0-1 Penzance
Penzance made it through to the second round of the FA Women's Cup, with a battling 1-0 win at Yeovil Town. The only goal came from a free-kick, the Yeovil keeper having handled a back-pass. Katie Barker made the most of the opportunity to give the Magpies the lead and they soon had an advantage in numbers too, after the hosts had a player sent-off for attempting to land a punch on Tracey Burley. Yeovil's indisciplined display also brought them a booking but the Penzance side, missing the heart of its midfield, enjoyed some good fortune in holding onto the lead. The biggest scare came at the death, but Jackie Teague's tremendous save owed nothing to luck. Penzance are back on their travels this Sunday, with a league trip to Dorchester Town.

S.West Lge Div.1 South

Newquay 6-0 Clevedon Town 'A'
An own-goal in Newquay's favour was the only difference between the teams at half-time, as the hosts led Clevedon Town 'A'. In a quite physical game Newquay played really well and wore down the visitors before recording a 6-0 win. Dawna Dennett claimed a hat-trick, Carla Ward and Danni Barr adding one goal each. Newquay are away to Bristol City Robins on Sunday, whom they thrashed 13-2 in the home fixture.

Cornwall Lge Div.1

Bude Town P-P Newquay Res
Bude Town's game at home to Newquay Reserves was postponed due to the ground being unavailable. But the fixture is due to be repeated this Sunday but in the first leg of the Division 1 Cup.
Camelford 0-0 Mullion
Camelford took a good point from the goalless draw with Mullion, in which the defences remained on top. Mullion were limited to shots from distance, with the hosts unable to create many threats either. The Camels lost Gemma Dower through injury at half-time. Camelford have a Division 1 Cup first leg tie at home to Penryn on Sunday, whilst Mullion host Marazion in the same competition.
Launceston 4-1 Marazion
Launceston went top of the league with their 4-1 victory at home to Marazion. Jill Haines bagged a hat-trick, Sharon Medland scored the other with a header from a corner. Jo Barker replied for Marazion in what was a very close game, despite the scoreline.
St.Austell 3-1 Penryn
St.Austell were delighted with their 3-1 success over Penryn, having been pegged back in their own half for the opening 20 minutes. Nicki Sharpe fired them ahead from outside the box, only for a soft goal to be conceded four minutes before the break. But Lauren Dowrick restored the lead two minutes into the second-half and Ayiesha Dyer completed the scoring six minutes later. The remainder of the game saw play race from end-to-end, but the hosts held on to move into third position. St.Austell are home again on Sunday, to league leaders Launceston in the first leg of the Division 1 Cup.

Div.2 West

Hayle 4-0 Madron
In a very good end to end game, Hayle ran out 4-0 winners over Madron. Claire Baker scored twice, Kirsty Jenkin one, plus a great solo effort from Suzanne Hurrell, where she beat two defenders and the keeper. Hayle face St.Breward at home on Sunday, in the IT Associates Cup 1st Round 1st leg, whilst Madron welcome Storm.
St.Just 0-8 Porthleven.
Porthleven rushed into a 4-0 lead inside the first fifteen minutes at St.Just, to quickly put the game beyond their hosts. Jenny Hickling opened the scoring, Vicky Jewell added the second, before Hannah Kernow struck twice. When Gina Olds caught Hickling rather than the ball, Kernow had the chance of her hat-trick from the penalty spot but she required two goes after Becky Williams saved the first but was adjudged to have moved forward before the kick. Substitute Beth Pascoe added two second-half goals, with Kernow getting her fourth on the 8-0 win. St.Just are back at Lafrowda on Sunday to meet Roche in a 1st round 1st leg tie of the IT Associates Cup.

Div.2 East

Goonhavern 4-1 Stoke Climsland
Goonhavern were gifted an own-goal start by Stoke Climsland, afterwhich L.A.Reeks struck twice and Lauren Whitehall once in a 4-1 win. Goonhavern are scheduled to meet Kerrier Terriers at Reen Manor Parc on Sunday, in the IT Associates Cup 1st Round 1st leg, Stoke Climsland welcome Porthleven for their tie.
Liskeard 0-1 St.Columb Minor
St.Columb Minor enjoyed an excellent win in the top of the table clash at Liskeard. Amy Jervis scored the only goal in the first-half. Minor striker Sam Oakes is said to be uninterested in a seven-day approach put in for her by Newquay. St.Columb Minor play host to Holmans on Sunday, in the IT Associates Cup 1st Round 1st leg.
Roche 2-6 St.Breward
Despite Sarah Cloak scoring the opening goal for Roche, they crashed 6-2 to St.Breward. Paulette Spry also scored for the hosts, with Tamsin Keat netting four for St.Breward and Sarah Rayson the other two.
Wadebridge Town P-P Storm (pitch unavailable).

Fixtures: November 2nd

Dorchester Town v Penzance.
Bristol City Robins v Newquay.
CORNWALL LGE (2.30) DIV.1 CUP 1st Rd 1st Leg
Bude Town v Newquay Res
Camelford v Penryn
Mullion v Marazion
St.Austell v Launceston
Falmouth Town v Liskeard
Goonhavern v Kerrier Terriers
Hayle v St.Breward
Madron v Storm
St.Columb Minor v Holmans
St.Just v Roche
Stoke Climsland v Porthleven

Cornwall Women's Football Newsmail

Sept 28th

Match reports for:

  • FA Cup 2nd Qualifying Round
  • South West League Division 1 South
  • Cornwall League Division 1
  • Cornwall League Division 2 West
  • Cornwall League Division 2 East
  • FA Cup 2nd Qualifying Round

    Penzance 4-0 Swindon Spitfires
    Penzance progressed to the first round proper of the FA Cup with a comfortable 4-0 win over Swindon Spitfires. The victory was made all the easier by a quickfire brace from Shaz Lewis early on. By the time of her first goal on 15 minutes, Lewis had already seen two earlier efforts saved and Katie Barker fire across the goal following a great flowing move. The third goal arrived before the half-hour, Leesa Grainger firing high into the net from 20 yards after Julie Lawrence was brought down. Substitute Tracey Burley, on for the injured Nicki Simpson, was denied by a save from Leighanne Clarke after a tremendous long-ball from Barker.

    Swindon were aided by Becky Powell taking over in goal for the second-half, making some fine saves, including tipping away a superb in swinging corner from Barker. Penzance lost a second player through injury, when Holly Sandow had to leave the field. Lauren Hosking blazed over the Swindon bar before the scoring was completed by Barker's powerful finish after Lawrence's shot was beaten down. The Spitfires were denied a late consolation as the Magpies' substitute keeper Jenni Backhouse did well to get a boot on a goal-bound shot.

    On Sunday Penzance were due a tough top of the table clash away against Keynsham Town, but the match has been switched to Penlee Park, kick-off 2pm, admission is just £1.00 including programme.

    In midweek, Holly Sandow scored a fine solo goal for the South West League in their 4-1 loss to Devon, where they conceded three times in the last ten minutes.

    South West League Division 1 South

    Newquay 13-2 Bristol City Robins
    Newquay shot down Bristol City Robins, the club's third eleven, with ease. The 13-2 victory keeps Newquay top of the table with three straight wins.

    Cornwall League Division 1

    Bude Town 3-2 Marazion
    Bude had to work hard for their 3-2 win over Marazion in which they hit the crossbar but the visitors were twice denied by the post. Danielle Salt, Sarah Badham and an own-goal accounted for Bude's tally, with Jo Barker on target for the Blues.
    Camelford 1-2 Launceston
    Camelford put on a much improved performance but it wasn't enough to stop Launceston leaving with a 2-1 win. Fiona Stephenson netted her first for Launceston and Jill Haines added a penalty.
    Penryn 2-1 Mullion
    Penryn came from behind to register a great 2-1 win over Mullion, who were missing their main strikers and a centre-back. Clare Boyd scored for the visitors, with Clare Williamson and Nicki Ellis replying. Mullion host St. Breward on Sunday in the Cornwall Trophies Cup 1st Round.
    St. Austell 5-2 Newquay Res.
    St. Austell went top of the league after beating Newquay Reserves 5-2. Kim Tyler scored two first-half goals and one from Clare Sydney gave them 3-0 lead at the break. Emma Pritchard and Hayley Stroud pulled goals back with Nicki Sharpe and Lauren Dowrick scoring to keep the Saints in control. Newquay Reserves have a local derby at home to St. Columb Minor on Sunday in the Cornwall Trophies Cup, whilst St. Austell also have a home tie, with Liskeard visiting.

    Cornwall League Division 2 West

    Falmouth Town 22-0 Kerrier Terriers
    Falmouth Town registered easily their biggest ever score, crushing Kerrier Terriers 22-0. The suffering Terriers were without their goalkeeper and injury saw them completing the game with just nine players. Michala Cushen showed little mercy with a triple hat-trick, Jody Newark hit five and Helena Calfe added her first four goals. Zoe Griffiths got in on the act with a brace, Karen Moore and Ruth O'Grady contributed one each.

    Falmouth Town are home to Penryn on Sunday in the Cornwall Trophies Cup, Kerrier Terriers host Bude in the same competition.
    Hayle 3-0 Holmans
    Hayle's 3-0 win over Holmans featured many missed opportunities but Kath Carter scored twice and Kirsty Jenkin once. Hayle are taking part in a charity match on Sunday for the Mermail Breast Cancer Appeal. They take on the new St. Agnes ladies team, kick-off 2.30 at St. Agnes FC.
    Porthleven 0-1 Madron
    Madron finally got their league season underway and did it with a remarkable 1-0 at Porthleven. The hosts rained in the shots, hit the bar and were camped in the Madron half after the interval. But Madron snatched the only goal when Jane Friggens shot crept under the dive of June Moore.

    Madron are home to Launceston in the Cornwall Trophies Cup on Sunday.

    Cornwall League Division 2 East

    Goonhavern 3-1 St. Breward
    Fallon Bull scored twice and L. A. Reeks once as Goonhavern defeated St.Breward 3-1.
    Liskeard 11-0 Roche
    Liskeard bagged all three points in the game with Roche, an 11-0 win taking them to the top of the table. Corinne Potts and Clare Fordham both claimed hat-tricks, Amy Rigby two and Freya Lemon one, with substitutes Siobhan Howe and Tamsin Lawrie also scoring. Roche are home to Porthleven in the Cornwall Trophies Cup this Sunday.
    Storm 0-11 St. Columb Minor
    St. Columb Minor blew away Storm with an 11-0 win, although the new team only conceded three goals in the first half of their debut match. Sam Oakes completed a hat-trick, there were braces for Gemma Davies and Kirsty Dilley, plus singles from Abby Crosswood, Gemma Davis and, Rebecca Yates and an own-goal.

    Storm are home to Wadebridge in the Cornwall Trophies Cup this Sunday.
    Wadebridge Town 3-1 Stoke Climsland
    Despite their recent 9-0 cup win at Stoke Climsland, Wadebridge Town managed just a 3-1 home league win over the same opposition. The visitors kept Vicky Grubb under heavy guard but she still managed to score one goal, whilst Emily Field netted twice. Natalie Ryder was again on target for Stoke.

    Cornwall Women's Football Newsmail

    November 9th

    FA Cup 2nd Round

    Penzance 1-2 (aet) Forest Green Rovers

    Penzance bowed out of the FA Women's Cup in frustrating fashion, losing to a goal in the last minute of extra-time. The Magpies had created the better chances in a match littered with fouls. They went ahead when Katie Barker broke clear on the right and stroked a perfect shot inside the far post. With seventeen minutes of normal time left, the dangerous Barker was denied by the crossbar, an outcome that was repeated seconds later. But on 83 minutes Forest Green Rovers hooked in an equaliser and almost added a second in the last minute but for a good save from Jackie Teague. Extra-time saw chances at both ends in the first minute, Teague later turned a free-kick onto the bar and with seconds left Rovers' top scorer Phil Helliwell was given space to deal the killer blow. Julie Lawrence had one more opportunity to take the game to penalties but her free-kick was well saved by the strong Forest keeper.

    So, the Magpies were left to rue missed chances, including first-half efforts from Holly Sandow, Leesa Grainger and Shaz Lewis. Penzance are involved in another testing cup clash this Sunday, as they visit Newquay for a Cornwall Cup tie, with the hosts itching to avenge their early season FA Cup exit at the hands of the Magpies.

    CORNWALL LEAGUE Division 1

    Marazion 5-3 St. Austell

    Marazion were delighted to record a 5-3 win over St.Austell, Jo Barker claimed a hat-trick and Sarah Winn a brace. The Blues were two up inside 16 minutes and although the visitors fought back with goals from Kim Tyler and Nicki Sharpe, Barker caught them cold at the start of the second-half. Ayeisha Dyer later pulled another back for St.Austell, whose Clare Sydney suffered torn ligaments. St.Austell face Falmouth Town at Poltair Park in the Cornwall Cup on Sunday.

    Mullion 3-0 Launceston

    Mullion posted a fine 3-0 win over Launceston to take over at the top of the Cornwall League Divison 1. Clare Boyd opened the scoring, with Becky Hall adding a brace. Launceston should have a more straighforward match in the Cornwall Cup on Sunday, when Storm are the visitors.

    Newquay Res 2-0 Camelford

    In an even encounter, a three-minute brace by Emma Pritchard brought Newquay Reserves a 2-0 win over Camelford. Both sides had goals disallowed and were left with a player requiring hospital treatment, Newquay's Annika Hagley only lasting seven miuntes.

    Penryn 2-1 Bude Town

    Penryn came from behind to beat Bude with goals from Hayley Grey and Claire Williamson. Katherine Smith had scored for the visitors and Penryn will now host Bude again this Sunday but this time in a Cornwall Cup tie.

    Division 2 West

    Kerrier Terriers 0-2 St. Just

    Kerrier Terriers made a welcome return to action but despite fielding a full team slipped to a 2-0 loss at home to St.Just, who only had ten players. Ysella Kaute and Stacey Phillips were on target for The Tinners.

    Madron 3-0 Holmans

    Madron defeated Holmans 3-0, with a goal each from Amanda Wilkinson, Nicole Ross and Laura Holdsworth. Madron are home again on Sunday, when they take on Wadebridge Town in the Cornwall Cup.

    Porthleven 7-0 Falmouth Town

    Porthleven went top of Division 2 West with a 7-0 win over Falmouth Town. Beth Pascoe and Jenny Hickling both bagged braces, with a goal each from Vicky Jewell, Hannah Kernow and Sam Yeo.

    Division 2 East

    St.Breward 1-9 Wadebridge Town

    It was almost a one woman show as Vicky Grubb hit seven goals in Wadebridge Town's 9-1 win at St.Breward. Natasha Dunleavy contributed one and the hosts also conceded an own-goal.

    St.Columb Minor 5-1 Roche

    Roche went ahead against the run of play at St.Columb Minor, Stacey Dunn scoring from a Paulette Spry cross. Minor finally levelled on half-time through Julie Chambers' amazing left foot volley. Whilst Minor's Kerry Whitehead played an outstanding role in defence, whilst Kirsty Dilley thumped in a 40-yard strike for the second goal. Gemma Davies turned in an Elly Hughes assisted free-kick for the third, before Sam Oakes and a powerful Abbie Crosswood header gave Minor a 5-1 result. St.Columb have a difficult cup game on Sunday, when Mullion are the visitors.

    Stoke Climsland 0-10 Liskeard

    Liskeard hit double figures at Stoke Climsland, including three hat-tricks in the 10-0 win. Corinne Potts, Helen Green and Tamsin Lawrie all scored three, with Siobhan Hampton also getting on the scoresheet.

    Storm 0-5 Goonhavern

    Goonhavern beat Storm with all five goals coming in the first half. An own-goal opened the scoring, afterwhich L.A. Reeks doubled the lead. Emily Lawrence scored twice, one a penalty and Lauren Whitehall made it 5-0. A Storm player suffered a neck injury in the second-half, which eventually led to the game being abandoned, although the result will stand. Goonhavern are home to Division 2 West leaders Porthleven in a Cornwall Cup tie on Sunday.


    Hayle 15-0 St.Agnes

    Clare Baker scored five times as Hayle eased to a 15-0 friendly win over St.Agnes. There was a hat-trick for Kath Carter, a brace by Suzanne Hurrell, singles from Jean Hall, Hannah Buckley, Lisa Roberts and Amy Brooks, plus one own-goal. Hayle Girls had a 5-1 win over Newquay, Amber Grose and Kerry Matthews both striking twice and Emma Cook once. Hayle have another cup clash at home to Liskeard this Sunday, in the Cornwall County Cup.


    ***Women's Football live on Sky Sports*** - Thurs November 13th - England v Scotland (7.45pm KO).

    November 16th (2pm) Cornwall County FA Cup 2nd Round - Goonhavern v Porthleven, Hayle v Liskeard, Launceston v Storm, Madron v Wadebridge Town, Newquay v Penzance, Penryn v Bude Town, St.Austell v Falmouth Town, St.Columb Minor v Mullion.

    Cornwall Womens Football Newsmail

    Cornwall Women's Football Newsmail Match reports for matches played 23rd November. Fixtures for 30th November.

    Match reports

    Frome Town 4-1 Penzance
    Penzance slipped to a fourth consecutive defeat with a 4-1 reverse at Frome Town. Holly Sandow gave them the lead and had chances to increase the advantage but the Magpies were to be made to pay for their missed opportunities. Having conceded an equaliser as the outcome of a poor pass out, a static defence and the failure to clear a corner accounted for another two goals in a disappointing afternoon. Katie Barker played the full 90 minutes despite last week's broken wrist.

    Penzance continue a stint of away games on Sunday that lasts until the New Year, with a trip to Buckfastleigh Rangers in the second round of the Pat Sowden Cup.
    Bristol Soccerworld Cup 2nd Round
    Bristol City Robins 2-5 Newquay
    Newquay beat Bristol City Robins for the third time this season, with a 5-2 away win in the Bristol Soccerworld Cup. Newquay have a long trip to Gloucester City on Sunday in the second round of the Pat Sowden Cup.
    Cornwall League Division 1
    Newquay Res 2-4 Marazion
    Marazion moved to within a point of first place with a 4-2 win away to Newquay Reserves. The game took some time to come to life, not doing so until Newquay took the lead. Marazion responded with a brace from Carly Jacka, one each from Sarah Winn and Jo Barker, the latter creating the other three goals for the Blues. Marazion are at home to Mullion this Sunday.
    Cornwall League Division 2 West
    Hayle 3-0 Porthleven
    Hayle took control of the promotion six-pointer against Porthleven by half-time, twice chipping the visiting keeper before Port conceded an unfortunate own-goal. Although they had a better second-half, they were unable to fight their way back into the match.

    Hayle will expect three points this Sunday when Falmouth Town visit, whilst Porthleven go to Holmans.
    Kerrier Terriers 0-9 Madron
    Madron's Nicki Ross bagged a hat-trick as they beat Kerrier's nine Terriers 9-0. Defender Lorna Trudgeon twice came forward to score, Jane Friggens also scored twice, Sue Morse and Amanda Wilkinson one each. Madron play host to St. Just this Sunday.
    St. Just 2-4 Falmouth Town
    St. Just keeper Becky Williams was called upon to make two saves in the first ten seconds as Falmouth Town flooded forward with a two-player advantage. But the only difference at half-time was a goal from Zoe Griffiths, her shot having come out of the foot of the post but backspin took it over the line. Jody Newark and Michala Cushen missed opportunities to increase the lead, whilst St. Just's nine players were still able to muster a few chances of their own. Cushen did bag a second-half brace though and Newark also hit the target as Falmouth won 4-2.
    Cornwall League Division 2 East
    Roche 2-6 Stoke Climsland
    Stoke Climsland won 6-2 at Roche with Zoe Harris and Natalie Ryder both contributing braces. Paula Dale and Jan Rider were the visitors other scorers, whilst Paulette Spry and Tracey Dawe netted for a disappointing Roche.
    St. Breward 5-2 St.Columb Minor
    Leaders St. Columb Minor crashed 5-2 at fifth-placed St. Breward, for whom Tamsin Keat did the damage with four goals. Wendy Birkbeck also scored for the hosts, with Sam Oakes and Julie Chambers netting for Minor. Next up for St. Breward is a home game versus Stoke Climsland this Sunday, whilst Minor host Wadebridge.
    Wadebridge Town 0-0 Goonhavern
    Wadebridge Town and Goonhavern moved into second and third place respectively after their hard-fought goalless draw.
    Cornwall Cup 2nd Round
    Launceston 14-0 Storm
    Launceston eased past Storm in the County Cup with a 14-0 win against the visitors' seven players. Pippa Kempthorne scored half the tally, Fiona Stephenson four, with singles from Alex Harris, Amy Shirley and Rachel Deebner. Storm are back in league action at Clijah Croft this Sunday, with Roche the visitors for a bottom on the table clash.


    Default: November 30th (2.30)

    South West League Pat Sowden Cup 2nd Round

    Buckfastleigh Rangers v Penzance
    Gloucester City v Newquay
    Cornwall League Division 1
    Camelford v Penryn
    Launceston v Newquay Res
    Marazion v Mullion
    St. Austell v Bude Town
    Cornwall League Division 2 West
    Hayle v Falmouth Town
    Holmans v Porthleven
    Madron v St. Just
    Cornwall League Division 2 East
    Liskeard v Goonhavern
    St. Breward v Stoke Climsland
    St. Columb Minor v Wadebridge Town
    Storm v Roche

    Cornwall Women's Football Newsmail

    Match reports and fixtures for Cornwall Womens Teams.

    South West Counties Championship

    Cornwall 0-6 Devon
    Cornwall's South West Counties Championship campaign was over almost before it had begun, their crushing 6-0 defeat at Newquay giving Devon the group.

    Cornwall still have a trip to Dorset in February, which they must win to avoid finishing bottom. A shocking way to meet their first defeat ever, the performance lacked heart and young St. Austell goalkeeper Tracey Johns was at fault for three goals. Devon were 5-0 up at half-time, having also scored direct from a free-kick and a penalty, the latter after Newquay's Jess Longworth conceded the spot-kick.

    A half time rollicking brought about a much better second-half showing, with Jo Timmins (Bude Town) now in goal. But Devon keeper Maxine Coupe was too strong to be beaten and the visitors grabbed a sixth goal late on. Manager Ronni Barr was at a loss to explain where such a poor performance came from after the great strides forward last season.

    South West League Premier Division Cup Southern Section

    Buckfastleigh Rangers P-P Penzance
    Penzance's Premier Division Cup tie at Buckfastleigh was rained off, with both teams' grounds unplayable. After a run of defeats, Penzance will be hoping to turn things around in the New Year, beginning with a home game against Cardiff City Reserves on January 4th.

    Division 1 South

    Newquay 6-2 Ashdown Rovers
    Newquay continued on their promotion quest with a 6-2 victory over Ashdown Rovers to go into the break top of the table. Newquay are next in action on January 4th, with a crucial six-pointer at home to Plymouth Oak Villa.

    Cornwall League Division 1

    Bude Town P-P Camelford (waterlogged pitch)
    Launceston 4-0 Penryn
    Launceston ended the year in fine style, with a 4-0 victory over Penryn. Gill Haines was again on target with a brace, other goals coming from Pippa Kempthorne and Ria Tilley.

    Launceston play next on January 4th, at home to Newquay Reserves.
    Marazion 0-2 Newquay Res
    Marazion were thwarted eight times by the woodwork as they slipped to a 2-0 defeat at home to Newquay Reserves.
    Mullion 3-3 St. Austell
    Mullion's Danielle Lambrick netted an 85th minute equaliser to claim a share of the points in a 3-3 draw with St. Austell. The visitors had taken a 2-0 lead inside 20 minutes despite playing uphill and against the wind. Kim Tyler opened the scoring on six minutes. Emily Morden then doubled the advantage before Lou Collings headed a spectacular own-goal from a Becky Hall free kick to bring Mullion back into the game.

    The hosts levelled before the break when Danielle Lambrick ran onto a Gus Holyer pass and calmly cut inside from to hit a powerful shot into the net. Although Ayeisha Dyer restored the Saints lead from 25 yards, they could not hold out for a win, Lambrick turning home Emma Hurworth's wonderful cross.

    St. Austell host Bude Town in their next match on January 4th and Mullion are looking for a home friendly match the same day, to blow the Christmas cobwebs away.

    Division 2 West

    Porthleven 7-0 Kerrier Terriers
    Kerrier Terriers could only field eight players at Porthleven, due to illness and holidays but did a good job in restricting the hosts to a 7-0 score line. Terriers were very pleased with their efforts at containment and also the many saved made by goalkeeper Helen Lobb.

    The margin of victory was enough to send Porthleven top of Division 2 West for Christmas, but second-placed Hayle have two games in hand. Jenny Hickling hit a hat trick, Sam Yeo a brace and there was one for Hannah Kernow, plus an own-goal by Emma Robinson. But Port's display was so far short of what their manager expected that they were kept out after the game for 20 minutes of running.
    St. Just P-P Hayle (waterlogged pitch)
    Holmans P-P Madron (waterlogged pitch)

    Division 2 East

    Goonhavern 5-0 Roche
    L.A. Reeks was on target three times as Goonhavern took all three points against Roche in very windy conditions. Fallon Bull also bagged a brace in the 5-0 victory.
    Stoke Climsland 0-0 St. Columb Minor
    Stoke Climsland opted for a determined defensive attitude against leaders St. Columb Minor and it paid off as they held out for a goalless draw. The hosts rarely made it over the halfway line against Minor, whose Player of the Match was Kerry Whitehead.
    Storm 5-8 St. Breward
    St. Breward were on the right end of an extraordinary score line as they won 8-5 at Storm. Braces by Wendy Birkbeck and Tamsin Keat were added to by Sarah Rayson and Emma Simmons, with own goals completing the visitors tally.
    Wadebridge Town P-P Liskeard. (waterlogged pitch)

    Next Fixtures - January 4th (2.30pm)

    South West League Premier Division - Penzance v Cardiff City Reserves (2pm). Division 1 South - Newquay v Plymouth Oak Villa (2pm). Cornwall League Div 1 - Launceston v Newquay Res St. Austell v Bude Town. Div 2 East - Liskeard v Wadebridge Town. Div 2 West - Falmouth Town v Holmans Madron v St. Just.

    Cornwall League cup draws

    Division 1 Cup semi-finals (neutral venues, dates TBC): Penryn v Marazion, St. Austell v Bude.
    IT Associates Cup Q/F 1st Leg (Feb 1st): St. Columb Minor v Porthleven, Madron v Hayle, Wadebridge v Liskeard, Goonhavern v Roche (Jan 18).
    Cornwall Trophies Cup Q/F (Feb 1st): Bude v Newquay Res, Penryn v Mullion, Porthleven v St. Austell (date TBC), Launceston v Wadebridge (date TBC).

    Cornwall Women's Football Newsmail

    March 14th

    South West League

    Penzance were without a fixture and their scheduled crucial home game against Buckfastleigh Rangers has now been postponed until April 11th. The Magpies are challenging their Devon opponents for the runners-up spot and a victory is a necessity. Penzance's next match is away to the same opponents on March 28th, with the home game against Cheltenham Town now on April 4th.

    Division 1 South

    Weymouth 1-3 Newquay
    Newquay went back to the top of the table after their 3-1 victory at Weymouth.

    Cornwall League Division 1

    Bude Town 3-0 Camelford
    Bude Town won the battle of the bottom two with a 3-0 victory over Camelford, the only game to go ahead in Cornwall. Danielle Salt and Katie Horstmann with a brace were the scorers in an even game. The Camels played very well but Bude were the team to take their opportunities.

    Division 2 West

    Falmouth Town P-P Holmans

    Division 2 East

    Roche P-P Liskeard

    Cornwall Trophies Cup Quarter-Final

    Launceston P-P Wadebridge

    Division 1 Cup Semi-Final

    Marazion P-P Penryn


    Ludgvan Lions P-P Kerrier Terrier Goonhavern P-P St. Austell

    Friendly: St. Blazey v Camelford

    St. Blazey had a poor first half in the friendly with Camelford, trailing to a Sam Horwell goal until Lou Collings put Leesa Grainger clear for the equaliser. St. Blazey went ahead from an Ayeisha Dyer penalty, the Camels' novice 'keeper Helen Dower having done very well to deny Graingers moments before. Four goals followed in the last twenty minutes, some strong finishing taking Dyer's tally to four, with Stacey Dickenson adding a well struck effort.

    Final score

    St.Blazey 6-1 Camelford

    St. Blazey v Roche

    St. Blazey are back at Blaise Park on Sunday, when they take on Roche at 2.30pm.

    Cornish Women’s Newsmail

    Cornish Women’s Newsmail

    Cornwall Trophies Cup (Preliminary Round)

    Camelford 11-0 Kerrier Terriers
    Camelford were seven up against Kerrier Terriers at half time, going on to win 11-0. Sam Horwell put five past stand-in keeper Emma Robinson, Anita Symons added a hat-trick, with Zoe Bennett scoring once and Harlow Simm's brace being her first goals ever. Terriers suffered some first-half injuries but got some forward momentum going after the break. Camelford will host Bude or Wadebridge in the next round.
    Penryn P-P Penzance Res
    Penryn could not field a team for their cup-tie, which may now be rescheduled for a midweek date. The game may have to be switched to Penzance, who have added Helen Stubbs to their reserves squad. Meanwhile first-team defender Sara Dickson has recovered from injury, in good time for their FA Cup trip to Ross Town in September.
    St.Columb Minor 4-2 Stoke Climsland
    St.Columb Minor shared their four goals around that defeated Stoke Climsland 4-2. Micky Cushen, Kirsty Dilley, Amy Jarvis and Jody Newark all scored for the hosts, who now face Wendron in the next round. Sarah Blowey netted both goals for the visitors.
    Holmans 0-6 Liskeard Athletic
    Liskeard's 6-0 win at Holmans gives them a first round tie at Launceston.
    St.Breward 3-0 St.Agnes
    Roche P-P Tamarside
    Hayle 2-6 St.Blazey
    St.Blazey made the most of the wind at their backs in the first-half to build up a 3-0 lead at Hayle. Sue Woodman's 30-yard effort bounced over the keeper, Kim Woods doubled the lead, with Leesa Grainger putting in to hit the third. Anna Wherry made it 4-0 one minute after the start, Ayeisha Dyer then scoring after a long run. Hayle pulled two goals back through Tracy Davies and Amy Drinkwater, before Wherry scored her second to make the final score 6-2.

    Hayle's charity match with Holmans has now been put back to September 8th.

    There are two CCFA Coaching days for boys and girls at Hayle FC on August 31st and September 1st. Call Sarah on 01736 850505 for details.
    Bude Town P-P Wadebridge Town
    (Wadebridge could not field a team)
    Falmouth Town 1-9 Madron
    Gemma Oldfield scored for Falmouth Town but they went out 9-1 at home to Madron. Madron will travel to St.Blazey in the next round.
    Marazion 1-0 Mullion
    A Jo Barker shot, which crept under the Mullion keeper, gave Marazion a 1-0 victory and a first round tie at home to St.Ives. Goalkeeper Jane Wills kept Mullion out, with an important interception from Lesley protecting the Blues lead.


    Goonhavern 1-3 Launceston
    Three defensive errors led to Goonhavern's 3-1 friendly loss to Launceston, the visitors having been on top during the first-half. L.A.Reeks headed home a corner for the hosts, who dominated the second-half.
    Newquay Development 5-1 Caerphilly Cougars
    Tamsin Keat scored a hat trick as Newquay's youngsters beat Caerphilly Cougars 5-1 in a friendly. The Welsh side levelled at 1-1 before going behind by half time. Kimberley Eek and Carla Pas also scored as Newquay added a third after the restart and two late goals.

    Cornwall results and fixtures

    August 29th

    Cornwall League IT Associates Cup (Preliminary Round)

    Stoke Climsland 11-0 Falmouth Town
    Stoke Climsland did enough in their 1st Leg IT Associates Cup tie to make the return a formality, beating Falmouth Town 11-0. But credit to the visitors, who made the long trip with only nine players.

    Sarah Blowey and Kate Bourne both grabbed four goals, with one each for Natalie Ryder, Rosy Fierek and Kerry Edwards .
    Wadebridge Town P-P St.Breward
    (Wadebridge could not field a team) .

    Sandy Lodge Division 1 Cup 1st Round 1st Leg

    Launceston 1-0 Marazion
    Launceston will take a narrow lead to the second leg of the Division 1 Cup tie at Marazion, after winning the home game 1-0.
    Liskeard Athletic 3-1 St. Blazey
    Liskeard Athletic won the first leg of their Division 1 Cup tie with St. Blazey but were disappointed to concede a late Lauren Dowrick goal, which will make for a tighter return match.

    Liskeard's Player of the Match, Helen King-Scott, scored early in each half, with Charlotte Hobbs netting on the half-hour in the 3-1 win. The visitors Player of the Match was goalkeeper Tracey Johns.
    Hayle 1-4 Mullion
    Mullion claimed a 4-1 first-leg lead from the Division 1 Cup game at Hayle, all goals coming in the second-half. Becky Hall got the first and Elise Griffiths the second on her debut.

    Hayle pulled a goal back with a good finish by Amy Brooks from a left wing cross. Becky Hall added the third and then it was her cross that brought about an own goal.
    Bude Town P-P Penryn
    Penryn's Cornwall Trophies Cup Preliminary Round tie with Penzance Reserves is likely to be rearranged for this Thursday (September 2nd), kick-off 7.30pm at Penlee Park. The game has been switched to Penzance, as Penryn were unable to stage a game under lights.


    Newquay 1-2 Scunthorpe United
    Newquay lost a close friendly with Northern Combination side, Scunthorpe United. The visitors goalkeeper had a great game, keeping Newquay out as the hosts dominated the first-half. But Scunthorpe struck twice after the break, the keeper flapping at the first, the second coming from a free kick.

    Dawna Dennett pulled a goal back for Newquay but they lost 2-1, with the visitors just about doing enough to deserve the win .


    Thurs Sept 2nd Cornwall Trophies Cup Preliminary Round
    Penryn v Penzance Reserves (switched to Penzance FC, 7.30pm).
    Sept 5th (2pm) FA Cup 1st Qualifying Round
    Ross Town v Penzance

    Madron v Reading Girls

    Bath City v Launceston

    Bath v Newquay.
    Cornwall League Division 1
    Liskeard Athletic v St.Blazey

    Marazion v Mullion

    Penryn v Hayle.

    Division 2 East
    Stoke Climsland v St.Breward

    Roche v Camelford

    Wadebridge Town v St.Columb

    Division 2 West
    Holmans v Kerrier Terriers

    St.Ives v St.Agnes

    Storm v Goonhavern

    Wendron v Falmouth Town.

    Weds Sept 8th Charity Match
    Hayle v Holmans (6.30pm KO).

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