SATURDAY 8th DECEMBER
Walter C Parson Cup: Dobwalls bowed out of the league cup, but they put up a terrific fight away at Premier side Launceston. The West side twice took the lead before eventually going down 3-4 in a real 7 goal thriller at Pennygillam.
SWP West: With Cup matches and postponements at both Bere Alston and at Wadebridge Town just three league games survived today but that still saw a lead change at the very top of the table. Unbeaten leaders Liskeard Athletic were held to a 1-1 draw at home by the much improved Plymouth Marjon and that allowed Porthleven to climb into top spot after the Gala Parc side edged a 2-1 win at home to St Dennis. Bottom of the table Ludgvan suffered a 0-8 defeat at home to near neighbours Penzance in a game that was ended a few minutes early after a suspected broken leg to one of the hosts players.
SATURDAY 1st DECEMBER
SWP West: With County Cups taking centre stage their was just the one league game scheduled and at least that one did get played. The Plymouth Derby saw honours even as Plymstock United levelled in dramatic fashion as the home keeper scored a stoppage time leveller to earn a 1-1 draw with visitors Plymouth Marjon.
Cornwall Charity Cup: 7 of the 8 ties were resolved today, although Liskeard had a passage through without kicking a ball as opponents Perranporth conceded their tie. Wadebridge Town v St Dennis was the only casualty to the weather leaving half a dozen ties settled on the pitch. Penzance had an epic 5-3 win at home to neighbours, and Cup holders, Mousehole in a real battle at Penlee Park. St Blazey put league worries behind them as they won 2-1 away at Combination League side Penryn Athletic and another Combo side were beaten as Wendron United had an 8-2 win at home to St Agnes. Porthleven went through after a 3-2 win at Dobwalls in an all West Division affair whilst Bude Town lost 0-3 at home to former members Illogan and Ludgvan went out 9-1 away at Polperro.
SATURDAY 24th NOVEMBER
SWP West: The wet weather failed to dampen the West programme with all 7 games being played and only Wadebridge Town, as this weeks odd side out, not being in action. Leaders Liskeard Athletic hosted Mousehole in the top fixture of the day with the twio sides having to share the points after a 1-1 draw at Lux Park. Liskeard retain top spot, but Porthleven are now just a single point behind after the Fishermen had an 8-2 win at home to Bere Alston with new signing Tornado Bello hitting 4 of the goals. The top scorers though were Plymouth Marjon who hit double figures after an 11-0 win at home to bottom side Ludgvan who were praised for keeping at it and have now fulfilled half their league fixtures. Bude Town had only a win against Ludgvan on their record before today but picked up a 2nd win and a first at Broadclose Park as they beat visiting Penzance 3-2. Wendron United were 3-0 winners at home to Dobwalls whilst two sides collected away wins as Plymstock United won 3-0 at St Blazey and Holsworthy held on to seal a 3-2 win away at St Dennis.
SATURDAY 17th NOVEMBER
Walter C Parson Cup: West Division Mousehole pulled off a major Cup shock as they beat Premier Division leaders Plymouth Argyle by a 2-1 margin at Trungle Parc to book a place in the last 8 of the league cup.
Cornwall Senior Cup: Two West sides played their delayed ties with Wadebridge Town booking a last 16 place after a 4-2 win away at Combination League side Pendeen whilst Dobwalls bow out, despite a creditable performance, they lost 2-1 at Premier side Bodmin Town.
SWP West: Ten of the 15 sides were in league action today. Leaders Liskeard Athletic stretched the gap at the top of the table to 3 points but saw their 100% record ended as they were held to a 1-1 draw away at Penzance. Liskeard had won all their opening 10 league outings. 4th placed St Dennis were also involved in a 1-1 draw as they came back from the trip to Bere Alston United with a share of the spoils. Three sides did collect maximum points with Wendron United the top scorers as they were 8-1 victors away at bottom side Ludgvan. Plymstock United were back to winning ways with a 4-2 success at home to Bude Town and St Blazey picked up a first win since September with a 2-0 success from the trip to Holsworthy.
SATURDAY 10th NOVEMBER
SWP West: With most sides on Cornwall Senior Cup duty their was just one league match with two of the Devon based clubs facing each other. Plymouth Marjon had a 2-0 win over visiting Holsworthy with the Campus side climbing a place in the table to 7th spot.
Cornwall Senior Cup: Only two West Division sides booked their passage in the county cup today although a couple saw their ties postponed until next weekend. Porthleven had the result of the round as they beat Premier side Callington Town 1-0 at Gala Parc and they are joined in the next round by Liskeard Athletic who had a 4-0 win away at Combination League side Perranporth. Two West sides fell to Premier opposition with St Dennis going out to a late goal in a 2-1 defeat away at Falmouth Town and Mousehole are out after a 0-2 defeat at home to local rivals Helston Athletic.
SATURDAY 3rd NOVEMBER
SWP West: With Devon based sides on County Cup duty their were just five league games today with all being all Cornish affairs. The top clash was at Bodieve Park where Liskeard Athletic edgeda 7 goal thriller to win 4-3 against hosts Wadebridge Town which makes Liskeard 10 wins from 10 outings and they went Top of the table as the Bridgers fell to 3rd. Porthleven climbed a place to 2nd with a 3-1 win away at St Blazey whilst Mousehole are also up a place, to 5th, after an 11-1 win away at bottom of the table Ludgvan. Elsewhere Dobwalls climbed two places after a 2-1 win at home to Penzance and Wendron United are up a place after a 3-1 win from their home game with Bude Town.
Devon Premier Cup: Three West sides were in action but only Holsworthy progressed to the next stage as the Magpies had a 4-3 win at home to East Division side Sidmouth Town at Upcott Field. In another East / West clash, Plymouth Marjon went out as they lost 6-2 at St Martins of the East Division. Plymstock United also went out as they lost 4-2 away at local rivals Mount Gould from the Plymouth & District League.
SATURDAY 27th OCTOBER
SWP West: A full programme of 7 West league games today with just Wendron United as the “odd team out”. The leaders, Wadebridge Town retained top spot by a single point with a 3-1 away success at Holsworthy but their nearest challengers are now Liskeard Athletic who climved into 2nd spot in style with a 7-2 win at home to St Blazey at Lux Park. Porthleven who were second drop a place to third after being held to a 2-2 draw at home by visiting Plymouth Marjon. St Dennis remain in 4th place and they had a 2-1 home win over Plymstock United at Boscawen Park. Mousehole who are on the fringe of the title race climbed a place into the top 6 with a 2-1 away success at Dobwalls. Lower down the table Bere Alston United gained full reqard from the long trip to Penzance by winning 2-1 at Penlee Park and moving into double figures of points gained so far in their first season at this level. The big basement battle saw Bude Town get off the mark with a 5-0 win at Ludgvan with Bude putting to an end a run of 8 straight defeats.
TUESDAY 23rd OCTOBER
SWP West: Liskeard Athletic stretched their run to eight wins from eight league outings tonight although the visitors to Lux Park, Bude Town, put in a much improved performance with the hosts eventually winning 3-1. Plymouth Marjon followed up an away win on Saturday away at Bude Town, with a 5-1 victory at home to Plymstock United which lifts Marjon up two places in the table to 8th spot.
SATURDAY 20th OCTOBER
Walter C Parson Cup: Just two West sides joined Mousehole, who won on Friday night, in the last 16 with both victors coming from all West Division ties. Dobwalls had a narrow 1-0 win away at Wendron United whilst Liskeard Athletic had a much higher scoring 5-2 win at home to St Dennis. New boys Bere Alston United were well beaten as they lost 1-8 at home to Premier Division high-flyers Saltash United and Holsworthy exited after a 1-5 home reversal against East Division visitors Brixham.
SWP West: Three West Division league games were also staged this afternoon with two of the victors being the top two in the table. Leaders Wadebridge Town had a 2-0 home success over Penzance whilst Porthleven in 2nd spot edged a 3-2 home win against Plymstock United. Further down the table, Plymouth Marjon climbed two places after just a 3rd win of the season with a 2-1 success away at lowly Bude Town.
FRIDAY 19th OCTOBER
Walter C Parson Cup: Mousehole are the first West side through to the last 16 of the league cup after they claimed a Premier Division “scalp” with a 4-0 win away at Sticker in a tie that also marked the managerial debut of former Torquay United player/boss Kevin Nicholson.
WEDNESDAY 17th OCTOBER
SWP West: Penzance climbed back into the Top 6 of the West table after surviving a late fightback from visiting Wendron United. The Magpies had a 3-2 victory at Penlee Park which was their 5th win in 8 league outings. St Blazey picked up a point from a 1-1 draw at home to Dobwalls in tonights other match with the Blaise Park club staying in 13th but pulling further away from the bottom two sides. Dobwalls climbed a place thanks to their 4th draw of the season, the most from any West club so far this term.
TUESDAY 16th OCTOBER
SWP West: St Dennis climbed a place and into 3rd place in the table after coming from a goal down to win 4-1 away at West Division leaders Wadebridge Town in tonight’s only West Devision fixture.
SATURDAY 13th OCTOBER
SWP West: The two clubs with perfect, 100% records, met at Lux Park today with something having to give and after a tight contest it is Liskeard Athletic that are the last club in the entire league to hold onto the perfect start as they beat Porthleven by a solitary goal to nil. With Porthleven losing it was not Liskeard, but Wadebridge Town who climb to the top of the table, the Bridgers may have played more games but a 3-0 win away at St Blazey means its they that have the points in the bag. Holsworthy moved into 4th place as the Magpies were 4-1 winners away at Plymstock United. Mousehole climbed two places and recorded a 7-1 win as they beat Bude Town at Trungle Parc and also hitting seven were Bere Alston United who had a 7-0 win at home to bottom of the table Ludgvan who will be glad to have got one of the longest journeys of the season out of the way. Wendron United who are now very much in-form climbed two places with a 3-0 win at home to Plymouth Marjon just 4 days after having won at St Blazey. One game ended all square with Dobwalls and St Dennis drawing 1-1 at Lantoom Park.
WEDNESDAY 10th OCTOBER
SWP West: Wendron United picked up just a second league victory of the season tonight as they won 2-1 away at St Blazey with the ‘Dron climbing a place in the table to 12th. Hosts St Blazey suffered their 5th defeat in 8 league outings.
TUESDAY 9th OCTOBER
SWP West: Porthleven returned to the top of the table after a 5-1 win at home to Penzance in a West Cornwall Derby at Gala Parc this evening and stretched their perfect start to 7 wins from 7 league outings. Holsworthy, in 5th place, kept in touch with the front runners as they had a 3-0 win over Dobwalls at Upcott Field in tonights other fixture.
SATURDAY 6th OCTOBER
SWP West: Just the one league game today as St Dennis and Bude Town, who had both received a Cornwall Senior Cup bye, met each other at Boscawen Park and produced a 7 goal thriller with St Dennis winning 4-3 to cliam the points.
Cornwall Senior Cup: Six West sides were due to have played in the Cornwall Senior Cup today, although Ludgvan forfeited their tie at St Stephens Borough after they failed to raise a side. The five clubs who took the field however all won with Mousehole claiming a cup shock as they beat Premier side Millbrook 3-2 at Trungle Parc. Four others all enjoyed away wins at lower opposition with Porthleven leading the way with an 8-1 win at Carharrack, Wendron United were 2-0 winners at Lizard Argyle, Wadebridge Town won 3-0 at Roche and Liskeard Athletic were also 3-0 victors from their trip to St Agnes.
Devon Premier Cup: Three of the four West sides involved today won through to the next round with Holsworthy having a 3-2 win at home to East Division side Brixham, Plymstock United also beat East opponents as they edged a penalty shoot out after a 2-2 draw at home to Axminster Town, Plymouth Marjon were 2-0 victors away at South Devon League Watcombe Wanderers but Bere Alston departed the cup after losing 2-5 at home to North Devon side Barnstaple & Pilton.
FRIDAY 5th OCTOBER
Cornwall Senior Cup: Two West sides fell at the first hurdle of the county cup, but were far from disgraced as they both made Premier Division sides work for the victories. Penzance forced extra time away at Helston Athletic but went out 2-3 after 2 hours play whilst St Blazey lost 1-2 away at local Premier neighbours Sticker in tonight’s other tie.
TUESDAY 2nd OCTOBER
SWP West: Bere Alston United collected their first ever away victory at Step 7 tonight as the divisions new boys had a 4-2 win away on the artificial pitch at Plymouth Marjon. This was just Bere’s second win, the other being at home to Bude Town.
SATURDAY 29th SEPTEMBER
SWP West: With leaders Porthleven one of three sides without a league fixture this week, Wadebridge Town took the opportunity to climb to the top of the table as the Bridgers won 4-1 away at Bere Alston United. Liskeard Athletic remain in 3rd but are level on points with Porthleven and tied on played 6, won 6, after a 5-1 victory away at Plymstock United. St Dennis set a new record for the highest ever West Division victory as the Boscawen Park side beat a depleted Ludgvan by a 16-0 margin. St Blazey had a much more modest, but no less important, 1-0 win away at Mousehole in the clubs first league outing under new management. Holsworthy got back to winning ways with a 2-1 success at home to Penzance and one game ended all square as Plymouth Marjon and Dobwalls drew 1-1 on the Campus.
SATURDAY 22nd SEPTEMBER
Walter C Parson Cup: Five more West sides reached the 2nd round of the league cup today, although St Dennis did so without kicking a ball as Ludgvan were unable to raise a side. Pride of place from the four winners goes to Mousehole who had a 2-0 win away at Premier side Newquay to claim a giant-killing in the cup. Three sides went through in all West ties with Bere Alston marking their Cup debut with a 3-2 win over Plymouth Marjon. Dobwalls had a 2-1 home success over a St Blazey side under new management for the first time and Liskeard Athletic had a 3-0 win at home to a Porthleven side who have not lost a league game this season. Two West sides went out to Premier Division opposition with Bude Town losing 0-4 at home to Elburton Villa whilst Plymstock United put up a good fight before losing 1-2 at home to Ivybridge Town.
FRIDAY 21st SEPTEMBER
Walter C Parson Cup: Three West Division sides were in league cup action on Friday night, but only Wendron United progressed to the last 32 next month. Wendron were 3-2 winners away at Penzance under the Penlee Park lights and will now host either Dobwalls or St Blazey. Wadebridge Town were unable to pull off a giant-killing as they hosted Premier side Sticker with the higher division visitors recording a 3-0 win at Bodieve Park.
WEDNESDAY 19th SEPTEMBER
SWP West: In the only midweek West Division fixture this week Porthleven climbed to the top of the table and stretched their perfect start to six matches with an 8-0 win at home to bottom of the table Ludgvan.
SATURDAY 15th SEPTEMBER
FA Vase: The West Divisions one remaining side are now out of the Vase as Porthleven found Premier side Torpoint Athletic too much with the visitors winning 6-3 at Gala Parc to end the Fishermens involvement in the competition for another season.
SWP West: Lowly Wendron United picked up their first win of the season as the Underlane club had a 3-1 win at home to Holsworthy this afternoon. Plymstock United climbed to 4th in the table with a 6-1 win at home to St Blazey that resulted in the visitors manager, Stuart Morgan, leaving his position soon afterwards. St Dennis came from behind to win 3-2 away at Plymouth Marjon and it was also 3-2 at Fairfield as Dobwalls had a narrow win at bottom club Ludgvan.
FRIDAY 14th SEPTEMBER
SWP West: Wadebridge Town amd Mousehole played out an entertaining 2-2 draw at Bodieve Park in front of over 100 for this weeks Friday Night fixture with the hosts levelling the game in stoppage time to earn the point that was enough to send them top of the table. With the previous leaders Liskeard and Porthleven involved in the FA Vase this year they have games in hand, but the Bridgers have now collected 16 points “in the bag”.
TUESDAY 11th SEPTEMBER
SWP West: Three Tuesday night games this week in the West Division with the highest placed team in action being Wadebridge Town who climbed a place to 3rd, but only after being tested all the way by visitors Ludgvan who put in their best performance of the season so far. The Bridgers eventually won 3-2 to pick up the win but Ludgvan can take a lot of heart in making a real game of it. Holsworthy bounced back from a first defeat last time out in good order with a 6-0 win at Upcott Field over new boys Bere Alston United whilst Plymouth Marjon earnt a second win of the season as they beat Bude Town 3-0 on the all weather campus pitch.
SATURDAY 8th SEPTEMBER
SWP West: A full programme of games in the West Division today with just Plymouth Marjon inactive as the odd side out. Two sides sit proudly at the top with records of played five and won five as both claimed wins again today. Porthleven are top on goal difference and they had a 3-1 win over Dobwalls at Gala Parc whilst Liskeard Athletic had a 1-0 win away at a previously unbeaten Holsworthy. Penzance climbed a place to n3rd as the Magpies won 2-0 away at St Blazey whilst Wadebridge Town are in 4th after the Bridgers had a narrow 1-0 win away at Wendron United. Mousehole drop from 3rd to 5th as they could only follow a midweek defeat with a 2-2 draw at home to St Dennis this afternoon. Plymstock United were the biggest winners as they celebrated the first home game of the season, now that cricket at Dean Cross has ended, with a 6-0 win over bottom of the table Ludgvan. Bere Alston United were able to celebrate a first ever Step 7 victory as the new boys edged a 3-2 win over Bude Town to get off the mark for the season.
WEDNESDAY 5th SEPTEMBER
SWP West: Porthleven went to the top of the West table tonight after the Gala Parc club won the battle of two sides with perfect records. Porthleven beat Mousehole 3-2 in a real tussle to move onto 12 points from 4 outings whilst Mousehole dropped their first points of the season. Penzance had a 5-0 win in their local derby at home to Ludgvan which lifts the Magpies three places to 4th although credit goes to Ludgvan though who continue to field a team whilst still managerless.
TUESDAY 4th SEPTEMBER
SWP West: Liskeard Athletic climbed to the top of the West table tonight as they made it 4 wins from 4 league outings with a 4-0 success at home to St Dennis at Lux Park. Wadebridge Town also climbed the table, up four places, after they had a 4-1 win in their home contest with St Blazey at Bodieve Park.
SATURDAY 1st SEPTEMBER
FA Vase: Only two West sides have entered the Vase this season and with Porthleven receiving a bye, the attention was on Liskeard Athletic who have won all their league games so far but that was of no help today as they lost 1-3 at home to East Division high-flyers Bovey Tracey.
SWP West: The new leaders in the division are Porthleven who went top after an 8-1 win away at a Ludgvan side who got back to playing after struggling to field a team in recent weeks. Mousehole stay 2nd and with a perfect record after a 2-0 win away at new boys Bere Alston and with Liskeard they are the only 3 sides yet to drop points. Holsworthy lost that tage today but did stay unbeaten as they drew 2-2 away at Dobwalls. A trio of sides all recorded second league wins of the new season with St Dennis coming from behind to beat Wendron United 4-2, Penzance had a 2-1 home success over Plymstock United and Wadebridge Town also picked up a 2-1 win on home soil with their success coming against Plymouth Marjon.
WEDNESDAY 29th AUGUST
SWP West: Only one West Division game tonight, but it enabled Liskeard Athletic to climb to the very top of the league table as they recorded a 2-1 win away at previously unbeaten St Blazey. Liskeard are one of four clubs yet to drop a point, but the only one to have completed three league fixtures.
TUESDAY 28th AUGUST
SWP West: Wadebridge Town got off the mark after losing their opening two matches, but had to survive a late fightback from hosts St Dennis to edge a 5-4 win in a real nine goal thriller. Wadebridge had led throughout and were 5-1 up midway through the second half, only for the Saints to set up a tense finale when they reduced the arrears. Wadebridge held on to collect their first points of the new season. Ludgvan had been due to travel to Mousehole this evening but that game was postponed, with the Hurlers once again in the market for a new manager. Hopefully they will be ready to play on Saturday when they are due to be at home for the first time this season.
SATURDAY 25th AUGUST
SWP West: With a Friday game, an awarded game and an odd side in the division their were just five West games today but three sides all chalked up second wins of the season. Liskeard Athletic join the clubs on 6 points from 2 outings with a 5-1 success at home to Wendron United and go top of the early table. Dobwalls bounced back from a midweek defeat to beat a Bere Alston side who were playing their first away game by a 3-0 margin whilst Plymstock United carried on from the midweek win at Dobwalls with a 5-3 success away at Wadebridge Town. St Dennis picked up their first points of the season with a 3-1 victory away at Bude Town and one game ended all square as Plymouth Marjon and St Blazey drew 2-2 at the Campus.
FRIDAY 24th AUGUST
SWP West: The Bank Holiday weekend started early for four West sides as two of them met at Penlee Park in a Friday night fixture whilst two more had their weekend result awarded without kicking a ball. The action on the pitch saw Porthleven survive a late fightback to win 3-2 away at Penzance to remain 100% whilst Holsworthy also have an unblemished record after being awarded a win as Saturdays opponents Ludgvan are unable to raise a team for the trip to Upcott Field this weekend.
TUESDAY 21st AUGUST
SWP West: Three early season midweek matches tonight with two teams picking up their first points of the season whilst fancied Mousehole made it 2 wins from 2 games as they had a 3-0 victory away at a Wendron United side who were playing their first match having been the odd side out last weekend. Plymouth Marjon got their opening win of the season with a 3-1 success away at new boys Bere Alston United whilst Plymstock United are off the mark after a 2-1 win away at Dobwalls.
SATURDAY 18th AUGUST
SWP West: The first Saturday of the West season saw half a dozen league matches completed with new boys Bere Alston United in action for the first time. They put on a good show on and off the pitch as a good crowd descended on The Down but a late rally from the visitors ensured it was Liskeard Athletic who claimed the honours with a 4-1 win. Highest scorers of the day were Mousehole who had a 6-1 success at home to Plymstock United at Trungle Parc. Holsworthy started the season with a 3-0 home win over Plymouth Marjon at Upcott Field and it was also 3-0 at Gala Parc where Porthleven saw off visitors Wadebridge Town. Penzance picked up an away win with a 2-1 success at St Dennis and also winning on the road were Dobwalls who had a narrow 3-2 victory at Bude Town. The odd side out in the opening week were Wendron United who start their season on Tuesday night.
FRIDAY 17th AUGUST
SWP West: The West season is finally up and running as St Blazey started the new season with a 6-0 win over visiting Ludgvan at Blaise Park in this opening Friday Night contest. The visiting Hurlers have had two managerial changes during the summer, so getting to play was in itself a good starting point, whilst St Blazey will be delighted to pick up the maximum points.