SATURDAY 22nd APRIL
SWP West: With most matters already resolved in the West Division today’s half a dozen fixtures had little meaning but that did not stop Champions Sticker winning 3-1 away at Runners Up Elburton Villa in a top two clash at Haye Road. Both Millbrook and Plymstock United assured themselves of prize money with wins today. 3rd placed Plymstock United had a 3-2 win at home to St Dennis whilst Millbrook in 4th had a 1-0 win at home to Illogan. Millbrook and Plymstock could still trade places but one will receive £500 for 3rd and the other £250 for 4th. At the bottom end of the table Penzance drew 2-2 at home to draw specialists Penryn Athletic, the visitors 10th draw of the season. The point gained means Penzance are 12 points clear of bottom side Vospers Oak Villa who have 4 games left and a nine worse goal difference than the Magpies. Elsewhere two sides made some upward progress in the table with Wendron United climbing three places to 10th after edging a 7 goal thriller, 4-3, at home to Holsworthy and Dobwalls leapt three places to 11th after winning 2-1 away at Mousehole.
EASTER MONDAY 17th APRIL
SWP West: Just two West fixtures played today but an incredible 19 goals scored between those matches. St Dennis led the way as supporters at Boscawen Park were treated to a staggering 13 goals with the home side recording a 10-3 win over Mousehole. The hosts climb two places to 8th in the table and with games in hand could still finish in the Top 6. Plymstock United returned to winning ways with a 4-2 victory at home to Penzance with the Dean Cross hosts climbing back into 3rd place in the table.
SATURDAY 15th APRIL
SWP West: Only one West fixture this Saturday afternoon and that saw Plymouth Marjon complete their first season in the league with a 2-2 draw at home to Wadebridge Town. The Students are currently 6th and although they may drop a place or two they should be top half in their opening campaign. Wadebridge climbed two places to 12th with the point and still have one more fixture to play.
GOOD FRIDAY 14th APRIL
SWP West: Elburton Villa secured the runners-up position in the West Division today as they won 2-1 away at local neighbours Plymstock United. Villa are 12 points clear of their nearest rivals and secured the position with some four matches still to play. Leaders Sticker got back to winning ways after last weekends first defeat of the season as they won 4-0 away at Clay Country rivals St Dennis. Millbrook climbed a place to 3rd in the table as they beat bottom side Vospers Oak Villa 4-0 at Jenkins Park which leaves the Plymouth based visitors clinging on as they are now 11 points adrift at the bottom with just four games remaining. Penzance are now virtually safe from the drop after a late winner gave them a 2-1 victory away at Mousehole in front of a bumper crowd. Two sides each jumped three places with victories as Liskeard Athletic moved up from 12th to 9th after a 1-0 success away at Dobwalls whilst Porthleven moved from 14th to 11th after a 3-1 home win over Wendron United. Two matches ended in entertaining 3-3 draws with Holsworthy & Bude Town sharing the spoils at Upcott Field and at Kernick, hosts Penryn Athletic also drew 3-3 in their game with Illogan.
SATURDAY 8th APRIL
SWP West: Leaders Sticker lost their unbeaten tag this afternoon as the already Champions lost 1-2 at home to Plymouth Marjon who are having a great end of the season run. Sticker had gone 30 games without defeat before today. Elburton Villa moved a huge step closer to securing Runners Up as they won 3-1 away at Penryn Athletic which leaves Villa some 11 points clear of 3rd placed Plymstock United who lost 2-1 away at Wadebridge Town this afternoon. Millbrook are in 4th and just a point off the top three as they ran out 2-1 winners away at St Dennis. Illogan climbed two places and into the top half of the table as the Oxland Parc club beat lowly Penzance 3-1 whilst Liskeard Athletic climbed a place as they also won on home with a 2-0 Lux Park success over Wendron United. One game ended all square as Dobwalls drew 2-2 at home to Mousehole whilst one game was not played as Vospers Oak Villa failed to arrive at Porthleven, the circumstances of that are a matter for the league to investigate.
WEDNESDAY 5th APRIL
SWP West: This midweeks only league game in the division saw Holsworthy ensure their survival as the Magpies beat Dobwalls by a 4-0 margin at Upcott Field. The three points collected tonight means they are 17 points clear of bottom side Vospers Oak Villa who have just 5 games remaining.
Cornwall Charity Cup: Sticker will meet Penryn Athletic in this years final of the Charity Cup next month after the league champions came from behind to beat fellow West Division side Wendron United 3-1 in the second semi final which was staged at Helston Athletic who stepped in as hosts earlier today following floodlight problems at the original hosts Penryn Athletic.
TUESDAY 4th APRIL
Cornwall Charity Cup: Penryn Athletic booked themselves a place in the final of this years competition but only after a marathon cup tie with fellow West Division side Illogan. The tie which was staged at Porthleven required extra time before Penryn edged home by a 3-2 margin and can look forward to the final next month against either Sticker or Penryn Athletic who meet on Wednesday night, ironically enough, at Penryn Athletic’s Kernick Road ground.
SATURDAY 1st APRIL
SWP West: The West programme was down to just seven matches today, mainly as a result of clubs supporting Cornwall Youth, but the wet weather reduced it further after the games at both Penryn Athletic and Wendron United were postponed. With Champions Sticker without a match the highest team in action were Elburton Villa and they are now firm favourites to end the season as runners up after they won 6-0 away at Porthleven to move 8 points clear of their nearest challengers. Plymstock United retain 3rd spot but collected only a single point from a 2-2 draw away at Penzance whilst the only other Top 6 side in action were Mousehole who were also held to a draw, in their case 1-1 at home to Bude Town. Plymouth Marjon were the only side apart from Elburton to collect maximum points with the Students winning 2-1 away at Wadebridge Town, the Plymouth based club are having a strong second half of the season and climbed to their highest position of the season as they jumped three places to 7th, although with just two matches left they are unlikely to go higher. Completing the fixtures was Liskeard Athletic at home to Illogan, and that was the 3rd score draw from today’s 5 matches with a 2-2 scoreline at Lux Park.
TUESDAY 28th MARCH
SWP West: Tuesday night saw two floodlit encounters played in the West Division with Plymouth Marjon the happiest from the nights action as a late goal gave them a 1-0 victory away at Liskeard Athletic which pushes the Students up two places and into the top 10 of the table. Wadebridge Town had a 4-2 home success over visiting Mousehole with the maximum points being enough for the Bridgers to climb a place to 13th in the table.
SATURDAY 25th MARCH
SWP West: With the title already secured by Sticker, the race remains on for claiming Runners-Up and all the main contenders were in action today. Elburton Villa are the favourites and today they picked up a useful 4-2 win away at Illogan which moves the Plymouth club 6 points clear of their neighbours, Plymstock United, who fell to defeat for the second week running as they lost 2-3 at home to Wendron United who climbed an impressive three places in the table to 8th. Penryn Athletic who were 4th in the table were held to a 1-1 draw at home by Liskeard Athletic which allowed Millbrook to climb into 4th spot as the Jenkins Park club beat Wadebridge Town 2-1 at home. Sticker remain on course for an unbeaten season, which has never been achieved before, with a 4-1 win at home to last seasons Champions Mousehole. St Dennis climbed into the top half of the table after they beat Dobwalls 2-1 at Lantoom Park whilst at the bottom of the table two of the bottom three sides both collected much needed wins. Bude Town kept themselves out of the bottom two by winning 5-0 away at a Vospers Oak Villa side that are now 7 points adrift at the bottom, that was brought about by Penzance winning the “Battle of the Magpies” with a 2-0 success away at Holsworthy. The Cornish Magpies with 7 games to go are clear of 18th place but still some way from 16th place and assured safety.
SATURDAY 18th MARCH
SWP West: Sticker, the West Divisions undoubted best side this season, crossed the line this afternoon to officially become Champions after they beat Porthleven 3-2 at Burngullow Lane to record a 25th win from 29 outings, and remain undefeated as the other 4 matches were drawn. Elburton Villa kept up the pressure and are favourites for runners-up as they beat 4th placed Penryn Athletic 3-0 at Haye Road and also pulled clear of 3rd place as Plymstock United lost 5-3 away at a Dobwalls outfit that climb two places to 7th themselves. At the bottom end of the table Vospers Oak Villa were without a game but Penzance pulled away from them and closer to safety as the Cornish Magpies beat Millbrook 2-1 at Penlee Park. The Devon Magpies, Holsworthy, fell a place to 15th after they lost 3-1 away at Illogan RBL and the only other side to claim maximum points today were St Dennis who came from behind to beat Plymouth Marjon 2-1 at Boscawen Park. Two matches ended in score draws as Bude Town and Wadebridge Town collected a useful point each from a 2-2 draw whilst outgoing West Champions Mousehole drew 1-1 at home with visiting Liskeard Athletic.
TUESDAY 14th MARCH
SWP West: Two floodlit fixtures were played tonight in the West division with both host clubs victorious, and both pulling themselves further away from danger at the bottom end of the table. Wadebridge Town survived a late fightback from visiting Vospers Oak Villa to win 3-2 at Bodieve Park whilst Liskeard Athletic were able to leap-frog tonight’s opponents, Holsworthy, with a 1-0 win at Lux Park.
SATURDAY 11th MARCH
SWP West: Sticker are almost home and dry as West Division Champions despite being held to a 1-1 draw at home to Millbrook this afternoon. Sticker need just a point from their remaining games to be assured, but with a far greater goal difference than their rivals they can start tasting the champagne. Credit to Millbrook though as they became the first side since Dobwalls on the opening day of the season, to get a point at Burngullow Lane. The two sides who could stop Sticker were both in action with Elburton Villa climbing a place into 2nd spot after a 4-0 win away at Penzance whilst Plymstock United dropped points as they were held to a goalless draw at home to Liskeard Athletic. A trio of mid-table sides all had home wins with Porthleven leap-frogging todays visitors, Dobwalls, with a 4-1 win at Gala Parc, St Dennis had a 2-1 win from the visit of Wadebridge Town and Holsworthy also had a 2-1 home victory as they beat bottom side Vospers Oak Villa. Plymouth Marjon and Illogan served up six goals on the artificial pitch with the two sides collecting a point apiece from a 3-3 draw.
Cornwall Charity Cup: The two outstanding quarter finals were both played this afternoon with Penryn Athletic and Wendron United joining Illogan and Sticker in next months semi finals. Penryn were given a good test away at East Cornwall Premier outfit Polperro with the tie needing extra time before Penryn win 2-1 and WSendron United also had a 2-1 win, in 90 minutes, from their trip to fellow West side Mousehole.
SATURDAY 4th MARCH
SWP West: Four of the nine scheduled West games were postponed today with no games at Elburton Villa, Holsworthy, St Dennis and Wadebridge Town. That left five matches played but in fact only three sides were able to claim maximum points. Leaders Sticker came from a goal behind to beat Bude Town 4-1 at home and move closer to the title, they now need a maximum of just four points to be assured of the crown. The side that can push them the furthest are Plymstock United and they returned to 2nd place in the table this afternoon following a 3-1 win at home to 4th placed Penryn Athletic. The only other side to pick up all three points on offer was Liskeard Athletic who pulled further away from danger at the bottom with a 4-2 win at Millbrook. Two games ended in score draws with Mousehole and Porthleven drawing 1-1 at Trungle Parc whilst Penzance who remain in relegation danger collected what might prove to be an important point from a 1-1 draw at home to Dobwalls.
SATURDAY 25th FEBRUARY
SWP West: League leaders Sticker were given, by their standards at least, something of a fright today as they let in 2 goals before edging a 3-2 win away at Holsworthy to go within just 7 points of securing the title. Sticker had not let in more than a single goal in a league match since last October, when ironically they played Holsworthy at home, but today’s victory extends their lead at the top to a massive 26 points. Plymstock United who were 2nd in the table suffered a 3-2 defeat away at a Wendron United side who moved up two places to 7th which allowed Elburton Villa to climb into 2nd spot after they had a 6-0 home win over Mousehole at Haye Road. Penryn Athletic remain in 4th place after they beat bottom of the table Vospers Oak Villa by a 4-1 margin at Kernick. Millbrook are up a place to 5th in the table as they won 1-0 away at Dobwalls. At the danger end of the table, Vospers defeat keeps them bottom but only on goal difference from a Penzance outfit that saw their recent resurgence held in check as they suffered a 4-0 defeat away at a Plymouth Marjon side who have found some good form of late and who leapt up 3 places in the table to 9th, the first time they have been in the top half of the table. Penzance & Vospers also find themselves further adrift in the relegation zone after Bude Town had a 6-0 win at home to St Dennis today which leaves Liskeard in the last place of safety, but they were in cup action today and have games in hand on sides both above and below them in the table. One game ended in a draw with Porthleven and Wadebridge Town sharing the spoils from a 2-2 stalemate at Gala Parc.
Cornwall Charity Cup: One of the three outstanding Charity Cup last eight matches was played today with Illogan booking a place in the semi finals after a 2-0 win at home to Liskeard Athletic in an all West Division affair. Illogan will face either Penryn Athletic or Polperro in the semi finals in early April.
WEDNESDAY 22nd FEBRUARY
Walter C Parson Funeral Directors Cup: League Cup holders Bodmin Town had a straight forward passage through to the semi finals of this years competition as they beat West Division visitors, Mousehole, by a 7-0 margin at Priory Park. The visitors are to be commended for fulfilling the tie as they had to make changes to their line up following the exodus from Trungle Parc after their 3rd round win in this Cup. Many of their more recent signings were also cup-tied which added to the problems faced in just getting on the pitch.
SATURDAY 18th FEBRUARY
SWP West: A full programme of nine league games today with action at both ends of the table. At the very top the record books are being thumbed through after Sticker recorded another win, this time over 3rd placed Elburton Villa, by a 4-2 margin which brings up the 100 league goals scored landmark. Striker Jack Bowyer also claimed a hat-trick for the 5th match running, although one of those was in the Charity Cup so not counted in league records. The upshot of todays result, and a defeat for 2nd placed Plymstock United who lost 2-1 away at St Dennis, is that Sticker are a staggering 24 points clear at the top and just a maximum of 13 points from the title with still 9 matches to get over the line. The race at the foot of the table though is a lot closer. Penzance picked up a 2nd win on the bounce today with a 4-1 win away at Bude Town which was enough to get them off the bottom of the table, although only on goal difference, from a Vospers Oak Villa side who slip to last place after a 2-1 defeat at home to Wendron United. The bottom 2 still looks like being between Bude Town, Penzance and Vospers as sides above continue to pick up points themselves. Today Liskeard Athletic had a creditable 1-1 draw at home to 4th placed Penryn Athletic , Holsworthy also had a draw as they shared the spoils with reigning champions Mousehole with a 2-2 scoreline at Upcot Field and Plymouth Marjon followed up a home win last week with a 3-0 success on the road away at Illogan today. Elsewhere Millbrook cemented their top 6 place with a 3-0 win away at Wadebridge Town and Dobwalls climbed two places to 7th after they leap-frogged today’s opponents Porthleven with a 3-1 Lantoom Park victory.
SATURDAY 11th FEBRUARY
SWP West: The West Division saw seven matches today as it was least affected by County Cup ties and allowed 14 clubs to get back into league action after last weekends wash-out. League leaders Sticker remain an incredible 21 points clear at the top of the table after they beat Liskeard Athletic 4-0 at Burngullow Lane but their nearest rivals are now Plymstock United who climbed a place into 2nd spot after edging a nine goal thriller at Dean Cross. Plymstock won 5-4 against visiting Holsworthy and are now 2 points clear of Elburton Villa who slipped a place to 3rd after being held to a 2-2 draw away at Bude Town. At the opposite end of the table bottom side Penzance picked up a first win of 2017 as they won 4-0 away at Wadebridge Town and cut the deficit to just 3 points from 17th placed Vospers Oak Villa. The Weston Mill based club ended today pointless as they went down 1-4 at home to St Dennis who themselves needed the points to maintain a healthy gap over the drop zone, likewise Plymouth Marjon will have been relieved to pick up a maximum point haul from a 3-2 win at home to Mousehole to keep the Students out of danger. Elsewhere the middle two sides met at Underlane as 9th placed Wendron hosted 10th placed Dobwalls but by full time it became 9th placed Dobwalls to 10th placed Wendron United after the visitors leap-frogged their opponents with a 4-2 victory.
Cornwall Senior Cup: The West Divisions last representative in this seasons cup, Millbrook, bowed out at the quarter final stage today as they were beaten 2-4 at Jenkins Park by Premier Division visitors Newquay.
SATURDAY 4th FEBRUARY
Cornwall Charity Cup: Stickers efforts in getting their game on were rewarded in the end as the hosts came from two goals down to beat local rivals St Dennis at Burngullow Lane and book their place in the semi finals of the Charity Cup. With all other matches in all three divisions, as well as this cup, being postponed Sticker enhanced their reputation as the club that gets their matches on wherever possible. They will probably have a wait to find out who they will meet in the last four as the other three ties have had to be re-arranged, but the semi finals are not due to be played until April 4th & 5th.
SATURDAY 28th JANUARY
SWP West: A major shock in the West this week as leaders Sticker….. conceded a goal ! The runaway title favourites had kept an incredible 11 consecutive clean sheets dating back to last October but finally let in a goal today away at Wadebridge Town. Apart from that though it was very much business as normal as Sticker won 5-1 at Bodieve Park and coupled with the Penryn v Elburton match being postponed, Sticker are now some 21 points clear of the chasing pack. Plymstock United took advantage of the postponement at Kernick though as they moved up a place to 3rd in the table after winning 2-1 away at Liskeard Athletic. Fifth placed Mousehole finished January as they had started the month with a Home win over Holsworthy. Back on the New Years Bank Holiday they won in the Walter C Parsons Cup and the Magpies were back in town in the league today with the Trungle Parc hosts winning 4-1. Only two other sides picked up maximum points with Wendron United grabbing a late winner to claim a 2-1 victory away at St Dennis whilst Illogan had a 4-0 win at home to lowly Vospers Oak Villa. Three games ended in draws with a goalless stalemate at Millbrook who were probably glad to get back to playing after all their publicity this week, the Jenkins Park club drawing 0-0 with visiting Dobwalls. The other two draws both affected the relegation picture with the new look Penzance drawing 1-1 at home to another of the basement rivals in Bude Town. The Penlee Park club remain bottom but cut the deficit to 6 points whilst Bude pulled 5 points clear of danger themselves. Porthleven and Plymouth Marjon also played out a 1-1 draw with the visitors climbing a place to 14th and further from relegation danger whilst the Gala Parc hosts and the Students both completed their 25th league fixture of the season, just nine matches left for each – and 14 Saturdays of the season still to play them !
SATURDAY 21st JANUARY
SWP West: Runaway leaders Sticker maintained their 18 point gap at the top of the table as they got back to winning ways following last weekends draw at Plymstock. Sticker were back in Plymouth again today and had a 5-0 win at lowly Vospers Oak Villa to move onto 60 points from just 22 outings. Elburton Villa in 2nd kept up their challenge with an emphatic 7-2 win away at Dobwalls but 3rd placed Penryn Athletic lost ground after being held to a goalless draw away at Mousehole. Plymstock United remain 4th but have games in hand and look likely challengers for runners up and they did their chances no harm with a 2-1 win at home to Illogan this afternoon. Elsewhere Millbrook cemented their top six place with a 5-1 victory away at Wendron United and Holsworthy climbed three places to 10th after edging a 7 goal thriller at home to Wadebridge Town with the Upcott Field hosts winning 4-3. Two games ended in score draws with Bude Town moving a point further away from danger as they drew 1-1 away at St Dennis and both Plymouth Marjon and Liskeard Athletic needed the point they each gained from another 1-1 draw with each other on the artificial surface.
SATURDAY 14th JANUARY
SWP West: Five West games played today but only two of the ten sides in action gained victories! Three games ended in draws with leaders Sticker being held to a 0-0 draw away at Plymstock United. Sticker remain unbeaten with now 21 games played, but their run of 16 consecutive victories was ended by the Dean Cross club who, although a draw was a fair result, had chances to end the leaders unbeaten record. Two other games ended in draws with Bude Town picking up a useful point at the bottom from a 1-1 stalemate against visiting Wendron United and it was also 1-1 at Lantoom Park where hosts Dobwalls shared the spoils with visiting Plymouth Marjon. The only two winners were Penryn Athletic who had a 5-0 home romp over visiting Holsworthy and Wadebridge Town climbed four places to 9th as they carried on their recent good run with a 3-1 win away at Illogan. One game fell victim to the weather with Penzances trip to Liskeard Athletic being postponed.
Cornwall Senior Cup: Just three West sides were on Cup duty but only Millbrook are still involved after today’s results. Millbrook beat fellow West side Mousehole 4-1 at Jenkins Park to reach the last eight of the cup. Porthleven were also in cup action but they fell to a 2-1 defeat away at Combination League side Holmans.
SATURDAY 7th JANUARY
SWP West: If league leaders Sticker were not already title favourites then today’s results certainly pushed them into the unheard of territory. Already 14 points clear they beat 3rd placed Penryn Athletic 3-0 at Burngullow Lane this afternoon and also benefited from 2nd placed Elburton Villa losing for just a 3rd time this season as they lost 0-1 away at the improving Wadebridge Town. These results extended the gap at the top to some 17 points, which with goal difference is equal to 6 wins and they only have 14 games remaining ! The side who could push them the furthest are now 4th placed Plymstock United who with their games in hand could reduce the lead to 12 points after the Dean Cross club beat Millbrook 3-2 this afternoon. Whether that is close enough to be a title race may be answered in a weeks time as Plymstock host Sticker next weekend! Elsewhere a trio of sides won on the Road with Porthleven winning 3-1 away at Bude Town, Illogan had a 4-2 success away at Dobwalls and lowly Vospers Oak Villa had a precious 2-1 win away at cross Plymouth neighbours Marjon with the win pulling Vospers to within 2 points of safety and leaving inactive, on the pitch at least, Penzance some 7 points adrift at the bottom. Two games ended in draws with Mousehole picking up a point under their new management as they drew 2-2 at home to St Dennis whilst Wendron United and Liskeard Athletic, who both suffered heavy defeats over Christmas, earning their defensive spurs from a 0-0 draw at Underlane.
MONDAY 2nd JANUARY
Walter C Parson Cup: Crediton United pulled off the shock result of the round as the East Division side won 2-1 away at Premier Division high flyers Tavistock. Kyrton also earnt the full £400 prize for the furthest an East club has progressed in the competition this season. The West Division award and a further £400 was won by Mousehole who shrugged off the departure of player/boss Wayne Quinn to beat fellow West side Holsworthy 2-0 at Trungle Parc. Tiverton Town joined five other Premier sides in the last eight of the league cup today after they came from behind to win 2-1 away at fellow Premier outfit Helston Athletic. St Austell are also through but they were not required to kick a ball in anger as scheduled opponents Exwick Villa from the East Division forfeited the tie citing lack of players available.
SWP West: League leaders Sticker started 2017 by re-opening up a massive 14 point lead at the top of the West table and also extending their unbeaten league record to 19 games. Sticker were 4-0 winners away at Porthleven this afternoon in the first league fixture in any of the three divisions of 2017.
SATURDAY 31st DECEMBER
Walter C Parson Cup: Exmouth Town became the 4th side to book their place in the last eight of the league cup as they won 2-1 away at West Division leaders Sticker who matched their opponents and forced the tie into an additional half hours extra time as it was 1-1 at 90 minutes. Exmouth join a strong looking line up going into the hat for the quarter finals when the draw is made on Monday.
SWP West: Drama off the pitch in the West Division today as two clubs made managerial announcements, (and I am not privvy to any possible connection between them!), Reigning Champions Mousehole were without a fixture but player/boss Wayne Quinn announced he was leaving the Trungle Parc club this morning and down the Road at Penzance, the bottom club lost 7-1 away at Penryn Athletic to remain in deep danger and shortly after the final whistle the Penlee Park club announced boss John Dent had left the club. Back on the pitch, with leaders Sticker on Cup duty sides took advantage as they closed the gap. 2nd placed Elburton Villa had a 4-1 win at home to Liskeard Athletic to reduce the lead to 11 points whilst Penryn’s win over Penzance took them up a place to 3rd in the table. Plymstock United had a 7-1 high scoring win at home to Dobwalls who themselves have had a very inconsustent festive period as they were 5-0 winners on Monday and 1-7 losers just 5 days later today. Millbrook cemented their place in the Top 6 with a 4-0 win at home to Bude Town whilst St Dennis and Illogan shared the spoils from a 3-3 draw at Boscawen Park. Down at the bottom of the table Vospers Oak Villa had a very important win as they beat Holsworthy 1-0 at Weston Mill to move 4 points above Penzance and to within 5 points of Bude who occupy the last place of safety.
FRIDAY 30th DECEMBER
SWP West: Wadebridge Town had a seasons best 7-1 win at home to Wendron United in the last Friday night match of 2016 with a three figure crowd on hand at Bodieve Park to see a second half goal blitz as the Bridgers scored 6 times after the interval to beat a Wendron United side who had looked well in the game for the first period. The hosts climbed a place in the table to 15th but more importantly are now 10 points clear of the relegation zone.
BOXING DAY 26th DECEMBER
SWP West: A busy morning of West Division action with 16 of the 18 sides playing on Boxing Day. Leaders Sticker remain firm favourites at the top of the table as they extended their lead to a huge 14 points after a 2-0 success in the Clay Country derby with visitors St Dennis. Elburton Villa remain in 2nd place but were held to a 2-2 draw at home by fellow Plymouth rivals Plymstock United who themselves are in 5th spot. Penryn Athletic were 3rd in the table but they fell a place after a 2-0 defeat away at an Illogan side that climbed into the top half of the table. Down at Penlee Park was a match that affected both ends of the table as visitors Mousehole had the days biggest win, 6-0, to climb a place to 3rd in the table whilst hosts Penzance remain bottom of the table and are now a point behind a Vospers Oak Villa side who remain in the relegation places despite picking up a point from a 2-2 draw with cross Tamar rivals Millbrook. Elsewhere Bude Town got back to playing after they failed to field a team on the last matchday and picked up a good 3 points from a 1-0 win over Holsworthy. Dobwalls claimed the local bragging rights with an emphatic 5-0 win away at Liskeard Athletic and Porthleven cemented their place in the top half of the table with a 3-1 victory away at Wendron United.
SATURDAY 17th DECEMBER
SWP West: Runaway leaders Sticker reached Christmas, and the halfway point of their league programme, both unbeaten and still 12 points clear at the top of the table after a 2-0 win away at Illogan this afternoon. Penryn Athletic who were 2nd failed to keep in touch as they lost 0-3 away at Plymouth Marjon with the Students pulling away from danger at the bottom. Elburton Villa are now Stickers closest rivals with the Plymouth club up a place to 2nd after a 4-2 win at home to Millbrook today. Defending Champions Mousehole climbed a place to 4th after a narrow 2-1 win away at Wendron United. At the bottom end of the table their was a change of places between them bottom two as Vospers Oak Villa climbed to 17th on goal difference after a 3-2 win at home to Porthleven with Penzance dropping a place to 18th after a spectacular match away at Dobwalls. Penzance were 3-0 up and looking good for some much needed points but back came hosts Dobwalls to run out 5-4 victors of this 9 goal thriller at Lantoom Park. The big movers today were Holsworthy who climbed three places and into the top half of the table after a 5-3 win at home to St Dennis whilst the other big story of the day saw Bude Town drop two places to 16th after being deducted 3 points as they failed to raise a side for the scheduled trip to Plymstock United.
SATURDAY 10th DECEMBER
SWP West: The West Division was most affected by the wet weather with four of today’s nine scheduled matches being postponed with the games at Elburton Villa, Liskeard Athletic, Mousehole and St Dennis all being postponed. The five games that did survive saw action at both ends of the table though with leaders Sticker further extending their lead at the top to a remarkable 12 points after winning 5-0 away at Millbrook. Penryn Athletic in 2nd place lost ground as they were beaten 3-1 away at Porthleven in a West Cornwall Derby with the Gala Parc hosts being the next highest in the table after Sticker to collect any points with the win lifting them four places from 11th to 7th. Holsworthy had a 5-2 win at home to Wendron United which sees the Magpies climb two places to 12th and Dobwalls pulled away from danger with a 3-2 win at home to Bude Town. Down at Penlee Park the bottom two faced each other as Penzance hosted Vospers Oak Villa and although each picked up a point from a 1-1 draw it did little to improve either clubs league position.
SATURDAY 3rd DECEMBER
SWP West: With Cup games taking centre stage their were just two league matches today but that included league leaders Sticker being in action and the Burngullow Lane hosts pulled themselves 9 points clear at the Top of the table with a 3-0 win at home to Illogan. Plymouth Marjon climbed two places and away from the danger zone as they beat Wendron United 4-1 at home in a game that was held up after a visiting player suffered a suspected broken arm.
Cornwall Senior Cup: Three West Division teams are through to the last 16 of the Senior Cup after today’s matches with pride of place going to Porthleven who beat Premier side and last seasons beaten finalists, Godolphin Atlantic 4-1 at Gala Parc. Also through are Mousehole who had a 2-0 win away at Combination League side RNAS Culdrose and completing the trio are Millbrook who beat fellow West side Dobwalls 7-3 at Jenkins Park. Exiting the Cup were Bude Town who lost 0-3 at home to Ludgvan of the Combination League and Penzance who lost 2-3 at home to St Day. Wadebridge Town forced extra time away at Premier neighbours Camelford but could not pull off a shock as they lost 4-2 after two hours play.
FRIDAY 2nd DECEMBER
Cornwall Senior Cup: Premier Division leaders Saltash United booked their place in the last 16 of the Cup with a 4-0 win away at West Division neighbours Liskeard Athletic in a Friday night match at Lux Park which saw around 120 braving the cold weather.
SATURDAY 26th NOVEMBER
SWP West: An incredible 52 goals were scored in the nine West matches this afternoon with three games seeing nine goals each ! Elburton Villa were involved in the tightest of them as they won 5-4 away at Liskeard Athletic in a real thriller which also saw Villa drop a place to 3rd despite the win, due to goal difference. Wendron United survived a second half fightback to run out 6-3 winners away at Dobwalls whilst the other can hardly be described as a nine goal “thriller” as Mousehole beat bottom of the table Vospers Oak Villa by an 8-1 margin at Trungle Parc. Leaders Sticker remain 6 points clear of the pack after a 5-0 win away at Plymouth Marjon and Penryn Athletic are now in 2nd place as they climbed above Elburton on goal difference thanks to a 7-0 win at home to Bude Town. At the other end of the table Wadebridge Town moved away from danger as they climbed two places to 14th with a 4-1 win at a Penzance side who remain firmly in the relegation zone. Elsewhere Plymstock United had a 3-1 win away at Holsworthy in an all Devon fixture and St Dennis came from behind to beat Porthleven 2-1 at home. One venue where supporters will feel short changed on the goals front was Oxland Parc but hosts Illogan will not care too much that their was just the one goal as it proved enough to earn all 3 points as they beat visiting Millbrook 1-0.
SATURDAY 19th NOVEMBER
SWP West: All eight West games scheduled today went ahead with only Elburton Villa who had a requested day off, and Wadebridge Town, not in action. Leaders Sticker used the fact Elburton were not playing to move 6 points clear at the top of the table as they had a 3-0 success away at Wendron United. Two sides in the chasing pack stayed in contention with home victories as Penryn Athletic beat Plymouth Marjon 4-0 at Kernick whilst Millbrook beat visiting Holsworthy 3-1 at Jenkins Park. At the other end of the table, bottom side Vospers Oak Villa boosted their survival hopes with a 3-2 win over 17th placed Penzance. The Weston Mill hosts are now just 3 points behind the Cornish Magpies although both sides are adrift of safety especially as Dobwalls recorded a 2-0 win away at Bude Town to boost their placing this afternoon. Elsewhere Plymstock United had a 3-2 win over reigning Champions Mousehole at Dean Cross and Liskeard Athletic returned from their trip to Porthleven with maximum points from a 3-1 win. One game ended all square as Oxland Parc hosts Illogan drew 0-0 with visiting St Dennis.
SATURDAY 12th NOVEMBER
SWP West: Two of the nine scheduled matches were postponed today by waterlogged pitches with St Dennis at home to Liskeard and Wadebridge Towns home game with Mousehole both failing Saturday morning inspections. Leaders Sticker had the days highest victory as they won 8-0 away at lowly Penzance to remain 3 points clear of 2nd placed Elburton Villa whose Haye Road pitch passed inspection ahead of a 4-2 win against visiting Porthleven. Penryn Athletic in 3rd spot lost ground on the leaders as they slipped to a 2-1 defeat away at Wendron United with the Underlane hosts climbing two places and into the Top 6. Millbrook are up a place to 4th as they enjoyed a 4-0 win at Jenkins Park over Plymouth Marjon. Illogan climbed two places and into the top half of the table with a 2-1 success away at bottom of the table Vospers Oak Villa and Holsworthy followed up their midweek Cup win over Camelford with a 3-1 league victory away at Dobwalls. Supporters at Broadclose Park were treated to an afternoon of high drama as hosts Bude Town beat visiting Plymstock United 6-3 in a nine goal thriller which also saw five players sent off, three for the hosts and two for the visitors.
WEDNESDAY 9th NOVEMBER
Walter C Parson Funeral Directors League Cup: Holsworthy booked a last 16 trip to Mousehole in the league cup after coming from 0-2 down to beat Premier outfit Camelford 3-2 tonight in the last of the 2nd round ties as this tie had been abandoned last month following an injury. Plymstock United had reached the 3rd round but fell tonight despite a creditable performance they went out 0-2 away at Premier high-flyers Saltash United.
SATURDAY 5th NOVEMBER
Cornwall Charity Cup: Seven of the last eight sides in the Charity Cup are from the West Division as the Round of 16 games were all completed today. Three sides faced opposition from different leagues with Penryn Athletic winning 4-1 away at Combination League suide St Agnes and Sticker having a 6-1 win at home to another Combination side in Ludgvan. The East Cornwall League sides only representative though did win through as Polperro had a 4-1 win at home against Penzance. The other 5 ties were all West affairs and they saw holders Mousehole win 2-1 away at Dobwalls and last seasons finalists, St Dennis have a 5-3 win after extra time at home to Porthleven. Fans at Bodieve Park were also treated to an extra half hours action with Illogan winning 4-2 over host Wadebridge Town. Liskeard Athletic came back from 0-3 down to beat Millbrook 6-3 at Lux Park and Wendron United went through after a 3-2 win away at Bude Town.
Devon Premier Cup: Three West sides were in action in the Devon Premier Cup although only Elburton Villa won through to the last 16. Villa had a 2-1 win away at fellow West Division side Vospers Oak Villa in a Plymouth Derby whilst Plymstock United went out after losing a 10 goal thriller against East Division side the University of Exeter with the Students winning 6-4 at Dean Cross.
SATURDAY 29th OCTOBER
SWP West: With the West Division now facing a fortnight with no league action, as the Cornwall Charity and Devon Premier Cups are up next week, it is Sticker who will remain top of the table for that period. The Burngullow Park outfit had a 5-2 win at home to Holsworthy today and are now 3 points clear at the summit. 2nd placed Elburton Villa suffered a shock defeat, and only their 2nd loss of the season, as Plymouth Marjon won 1-0 at Haye Road with the Students climbing three places to 13th and ironically enjoying their best run of results of the season just as their manager left to join St Blazey. 3rd placed Penryn Athletic were held to a 1-1 draw at home by Millbrook whilst 4th placed Mousehole had a day off. Porthleven in 5th fell to a narrow 0-1 defeat away at Plymstock United with the games only goal coming from the penalty spot. The two sides in the relegation zone were both cast further adrift as bottom side Vospers Oak Villa lost 4-2 away at Bude Town and Penzance suffered a 5-2 defeat away at Wendron United. Elsewhere St Dennis had a 3-0 win at home to Dobwalls and remain in 10th place and Illogan had a late winner as they collected maximum points from a 2-1 win away at Wadebridge Town with the two sides set to do it all again next week when they face each other in the Charity Cup.
WEDNESDAY 26th OCTOBER
SWP West: Elburton Villa missed the chance to go top of the table tonight as they were held to a goalless draw away at Holsworthy. Villa are now level on points with leaders Sticker, but remain 2nd on goal difference. Holsworthy meanwhile climbed a place to 11th. Tonight’s other West game also ended in a draw but supporters at Gala Parc did see a couple of goals as hosts Porthleven drew 1-1 with visitors Illogan.
SATURDAY 22nd OCTOBER
SWP West: A full programme of nine league fixtures today with no cup clashes affecting the divisions 18 clubs for once. This mornings leaders, Mousehole, fell three places to 4th after the title race took another twist. Elburton Villa had a 4-0 win down at Mousehole which underlines Villas own place in the race and they climbed a place to 3rd after this win. Sticker who are the only unbeaten side in the entire league are the new leaders after they had a 4-0 win at home to Wendron United whilst Penryn Athletic are now up to 2nd after they won 2-1 away at bottom of the table Vospers Oak Villa. Porthleven and Millbrook are on the fringe of the chase and they both had wins today with Porthleven coming out on top of a 7 goal thriller away at Liskeard Athletic with a 4-3 win whilst Millbrook had a 4-2 win at home to lowly Penzance. The remaining four victors today all achieved their 4th league wins of the season. St Dennis climbed three places to 10th with a narrow 1-0 win at home to Holsworthy, Wadebridge Town are also up three places, to 11th following a 3-2 win away at Dobwalls. Plymouth Marjon remain in 15th but pulled away from danger with a 1-0 win at local rivals Plymstock United and Illogan RBL remain in 16th but had a welcome 4-1 win at home to Bude Town.
TUESDAY 18th OCTOBER
SWP West: Sticker climbed a place and into 2nd spot in the table, just a single point behind leaders Mousehole, after a 4-1 win away at Liskeard Athletic tonight. With 2 games in hand Sticker are very much the form side in the division at the moment. Elburton Villa bounced back from their first defeat last time out to beat bottom side Vospers Oak Villa by a similar 4-1 margin at Haye Road in a Plymouth Derby. St Dennis scored a late leveler to earn a 3-3 draw away at Wadebridge Town in tonights other match but both Wadebridge & St Dennis remain in 14th & 13th places in the league table.
SATURDAY 15th OCTOBER
Walter C Parson Cup: Three West Division sides are through to the last 16 of the league cup with Plymstock United booking their place after a 2-1 win away at East Division outfit Liverton United. Mousehole who reached the semi finals last season are through to the 3rd round after a narrow 1-0 win at home to Illogan whilst Sticker progressed after a 3-0 victory away at Wendron United. Two West sides exited after defeats to higher opponents with Dobwalls going down 1-3 away at St Austell and St Dennis losing 0-4 at home to Helston Athletic.
SWP West: Three league games were also played today with Penryn Athletic having a 7-0 win away at Bude Town which also pushed them up two places in the table to 2nd spot and only 2 points below leaders Mousehole. Liskeard Athletic jumped four places in the table to 5th after they won 4-2 away at Wadebridge Town and Penzance pulled themselves 6 points clear of the bottom position as they recorded just a 2nd win of the season with a 1-0 victory over Porthleven at Penlee Park.
FRIDAY 14th OCTOBER
Walter C Parson Cup: Camelfords trip to West side Holsworthy was abandoned at half time after home striker Adam Smith required medical attention from a head injury and with no ambulance on site some 45 minutes afterwards the referee abandoned the tie. Camelford were 3-0 up but will have to return to Upcott Field on November 9th. Plymouth Argyle are safely through after the Premier leaders beat West Division Elburton Villa 3-1 at Coach Road with the lower division side contributing to a good cup tie.
TUESDAY 11th OCTOBER
SWP West: Elburton Villa saw their unbeaten start to the season ended tonight as they lost 2-3 at home to the improving Wadebridge Town side who travelled to Haye Road. Villa had won 5 and drawn 4 of their opening 9 games but failed to make the run go into double figures. The defeat leaves just Sticker as the only one of the leagues 56 clubs yet to be defeated in league action this season.
SATURDAY 8th OCTOBER
SWP West: With most sides on County Cup duty today their was just one league game as Millbrook and Porthleven met at Jenkins Park after both had received a bye in the Cup. Millbrook continued their recent upturn in form to win 2-1 and climbed four places to 5th in the West table, just one below today’s visitors Porthleven.
Cornwall Senior Cup: Ten West sides were involved in the Cornwall Senior Cup with half going through and half going out. The pick of the five winners was Wadebridge Town who claimed the scalp of Premier Division side Helston Athletic with a 3-0 win at Bodieve Park. All four of the others had to win on the Road with Bude Town winning 4-1 at Lanreath, Penzance edged a 9 goal thriller, 5-4 at the iconic Nanpean Rovers bowl, Mousehole won 3-1 at St Agnes and Dobwalls had a 3-2 win from the marathon journey to St Ives. Of the five sides to depart, four were against higher ranked opponents but St Dennis were dumped out of the Cup after losing 6-4 away at St Dominick who caused a rare upset in this Cup in recent years. Illogan RBL had the narrowest of defeats after going out on penalties to Saltash United after a 3-3 draw at Oxland Parc. Sticker lost narrowly, 0-1 away at Falmouth Town, Penryn Athletic went out 1-2 at home to Launceston and Wendron United played their part in an 8 goal thriller before losing 3-5 at home to Camelford.
Devon Premier Cup: All five West sides based in Devon were in action today with 3 of them going through. Plymouth Marjon lost 0-2 away at East Division side Axminster Town and at Upcott Field their was an all West division affair where Elburton Villa beat hosts Holsworthy on penalties after a 2-2 draw. Joining Elburton in the hat are Plymstock United who won 5-0 away at Devon & Exeter side Newton St Cyres and Vospers Oak Villa who won 2-0 away at North Devon league side Barnstaple.
WEDNESDAY 5th OCTOBER
SWP West: Porthleven who are enjoying their best start to a season for many years climbed four places to 4th in the table after a 2-1 victory over St Dennis at Gala Parc this evening. The visitors lost for the third time this season and are still in 13th place in the table.
TUESDAY 4th OCTOBER
SWP West: Three floodlit games in the West Division tonight with a home win, an away win and a draw! Liskeard Athletic had the home comforts with a narrow 1-0 Lux Park verdict against bottom of the table Vospers Oak Villa. Millbrook won away from home with a 2-0 scoreline at Plymouth Marjon whilst at Bodieve Park it ended all square as hosts Wadebridge Town drew 2-2 with visitors Bude Town.
SATURDAY 1st OCTOBER
SWP West: West leaders Mousehole suffered a shock defeat today as they lost 3-1 away at an improving, but still 15th place, Illogan RBL. Mousehole remain top but their lead is reduced to 4 points by Sticker who had a 5-0 win over another high-flying side in Plymstock United. Sticker remain unbeaten and share that distinction amongst the 56 league clubs with just Elburton Villa who made it 9 games without defeat themselves by drawing 2-2 away at Wendron United today. Penryn Athletic climbed into the top six after they won a nine goal thriller away at Holsworthy with the visitors having a 6-3 scoreline. Elsewhere Bude Town had a 3-2 win at home to Millbrook and also winning at home were Plymouth Marjon who had just a first official home win of the season, despite the presumed advantage of playing on an artificial surface! Liskeard Athletic edged a 7 goal thriller to win 4-3 away at Penzance which was the same scoreline as at Weston Mill where Wadebridge Town won and climbed out of the relegation places whilst leaving Vospers Oak Villa now 3 points adrift at the bottom of the table.
TUESDAY 27th SEPTEMBER
SWP West: Two floodlit games in the West Division tonight and both in the city of Plymouth. Elburton Villa maintained their unbeaten start to the season with a 2-0 victory at Haye Road over visiting Bude Town which saw Villa climb two places to 2nd in the table. Over at Plymouth Marjon it was the visitors that took home the points as Dobwalls ran out 4-1 victors to climb three places and into 8th place in the table.
SATURDAY 24th SEPTEMBER
SWP West: A full programme of nine West games today with plenty of close games, four of them ending in draws. Leaders Mousehole bounced back from their midweek defeat away at Porthleven by winning 4-1 at Millbrook this afternoon. Plymstock United who were in 2nd place and unbeaten, had a shock 1-0 defeat away at local rivals and bottom of the table Vospers Oak Villa with the Weston Mill side picking up their first points of the season. Up into 2nd are Sticker who had the days biggest win, a 6-0 romp away at Dobwalls with only two other sides picking up maximum points. Liskeard Athletic gaining revenge on a Bude Town side who had won their “home” game played at Lux Park on the opening day with the Blues winning 5-1 this afternoon and Illogan had just a 2nd win of the season in the league with a 3-1 Oxland Parc success over visiting Wendron United. Four matches ended all square with lowly Wadebridge Town greatful for a point from a 1-1 draw away at Penryn Athletic, it was also 1-1 at Gala Parc where Holsworthy were the visitors and at Penlee Park it was a 2-2 draw as Penzance shared the spoils with a Plymouth Marjon side making their first visit. Elburton Villa maintained their unbeaten start to life in the West Division as they drew 0-0 away at St Dennis.
WEDNESDAY 21st SEPTEMBER
SWP East: Three West games tonight with two of the top three in action but they were both beaten on a night of surprises. Leaders Mousehole went down 3-2 away at the improving Porthleven with the Gala Parc hosts up a place and into the Top 6. 3rd Placed Wendron United went down 0-3 away at a Penryn Athletic side who had been out of form themselves. Holsworthy and Milbrook shared the spoils at Upcott Field with a 1-1 draw.
TUESDAY 20th SEPTEMBER
SWP West: Two league games tonight as sides got back into West Division action after the distraction last weekend of Cup football. Both away sides collected the points with St Dennis surviving a fightback and a sending off to Win 4-2 away at Liskeard Athletic and Bude Town collected all the points from a narrow 2-1 win away at Plymouth Marjon.
SATURDAY 17th SEPTEMBER
Walter C Parson Funeral Directors Cup: After an impressive set of results on Friday night their was not so much to cheer on Saturday, except at Underlane, where Wendron United had a 2-1 win and the famous cup giant-killing of Premier Division outfit Falmouth Town. Five other West sides did progress, but all did so by winning matches against fellow West Division opposition. Dobwalls had a narrow 1-0 win over Porthleven at Lantoom Park, Illogan beat Penryn Athletic 2-0 at Oxland Parc, last seasons semi-finalists Mousehole came from behind to beat Wadebridge Town 4-2 at Trungle Parc, St Dennis enjoyed a 3-1 win at home to Penzance and Sticker had a 5-0 home romp over Liskeard Athletic. Other West sides did not fare so well with Millbrook going down 1-5 away at East Division side Liverton United and Vospers Oak Villa losing 0-2 at home to another East side in Galmpton United. Bude Town went out against Premier opposition as Newquay won 2-1 at Broadclose Park.
FRIDAY 16th SEPTEMBER
Walter C Parson Funeral Directors Cup: A great night for the West Division as three of the four sides in action are safely through to the 2nd round of the league cup. Holsworthy had the result of the night as they had a 1-0 win away at Premier Division outfit Launceston to claim a notable cup scalp. Plymstock United are through after a 3-1 win away at East Division opposition in Newton Abbot Spurs whilst Elburton Villa are also through after they beat Plymouth Marjon 3-1 at Haye Road in an all West Division clash.
TUESDAY 13th SEPTEMBER
SWP West: In the Divisions only midweek action Elburton Villa extended their unbeaten run to 6 games with a 3-1 win at home to Holsworthy tonight which was enough for Villa to leap-frog over the Magpies and into 5th place as the previously relegated Haye Road side look to bounce back up.
SATURDAY 10th SEPTEMBER
FA Vase: The West Division had just two teams in the national competition this season and despite battling performances both sides saw the journey ended at the first hurdle. Elburton Villa put up a good showing away at Step 6 outfit Cheddar before going out 1-2 to the Cheesemen whilst Liskeard Athletic also lost 1-2 in their tie at home to another Step 6 side in visitors Portishead.
SWP West: League Champions and League leaders Mousehole suffered a first defeat of the season this afternoon as they were beaten 4-0 at Trungle Parc by visiting Sticker which saw the hosts perfect start ended whilst maintaining Stickers unbeaten run. Mousehole remain clear at the top of the table but Plymstock United cut the deficit to 5 points as they beat Wadebridge Town 4-1 at the now Cricket free, Dean Cross. Wendron United renmain in third as they had a 4-0 win at home to bottom side Vospers Oak Villa. Holsworthy climbed three places to 5th as they had a 5-0 win at home to new boys Plymouth Marjon whilst Millbrook climbed into the top half of the table as they won 3-1 away at Porthleven. Dobwalls celebrated playing their first home game of the season as their Lantoom Park ground has been undergoing building works, with a 5-2 win over a Penryn Athletic side who have now lost twice in the past 4 days. Bude Town collected a 4-2 win at home to Illogan as the North Cornwall side collected their first points since the opening day of the season whilst down at Penlee Park the supporters were treated to a 12 goal match with visitors St Dennis running up a 9-3 win over hosts Penzance.
WEDNESDAY 7th SEPTEMBER
SWP West: Just the one game tonight but it featured two of the five sides who had not yet tasted defeat this season. Leaders Mousehole extended their perfect start to the season with a 2-0 win away at local rivals Penryn Athletic who had been undefeated from their opening five contests before tonight.
TUESDAY 6th SEPTEMBER
SWP West: Three floodlit games in the West Division tonight with unbeaten Plymstock United stealing the headlines with a 7-1 win away at new boys Plymouth Marjon. Plymstock were 6-0 up at the break and had Joe Jasper scoring a double hat-trick as the U’s climbed 4 places to 2nd in the table. Dobwalls who had not won before last Saturday notched a second win in a week with a 2-1 success away at Wadebridge Town whilst the points were shared at Lux Park where Liskeard Athletic drew 2-2 with visiting Millbrook.
SATURDAY 3rd SEPTEMBER
SWP West: Leaders Mousehole made it six wins from six outings this afternoon as they beat new boys Plymouth Marjon 3-0 at Trungle Parc with the Students making their longest trip of the year. Mouseholes nearest challangers in the table are now Wendron United who climbed to 2nd place after a 6-2 win at home to lowly Wadebridge Town. Aparet from the leaders with a perfect record, four other clubs remain unbeaten. Elburton Villa had a 3-0 win at home to Penzance whilst Sticker had a 5-0 success away at Bude Town today. The remaining two sides met each other at Kernick with both Penryn Athletic and visitors Plymstock United keeping their runs going with a 0-0 stalemate. At the other end of the table, Dobwalls picked up their first win this season after edging a 7 goal thriller at bottom side Vospers Oak Villa with a 4-3 scoreline. Porthleven also won a 7 goal match away from home but they got their win from a 5-2 victory at Illogan. Liskeard Athletic had a narrow 1-0 win away at Holsworthy whilst Millbrook celebrated the refurbishing of their clubhouse by collecting a 3-0 win at home to St Dennis.
TUESDAY 30th AUGUST
SWP West: New boys Plymouth Marjon recorded just their 2nd Step 7 victory, and their first away from their artificial home playing surface, as they won 3-1 at bottom side Vospers Oak Villa in tonight’s only West Division action.
SATURDAY 27th AUGUST
SWP West: All 8 of this mornings top sides in action collected points this afternoon with the one exception being Illogan who started the day bottom and without a point from 4 matches. The Oxland Parc club got off the mark though in a big way with an 8-1 thrashing of Dobwalls. At the other end of the table normal order was in place at Trungle Parc where leaders Mousehole made it 5 wins from 5 outings with a 5-1 success over Wadebridge Town. The sides in 2nd and 3rd, Sticker and Penryn Athletic, met at Kernick with an exciting contest ending with honours even from a 3-3 draw. The next 5 sides in the table all enjoyed victories with Plymstock United upto 2nd and still 100% after winning 2-0 away at Millbrook. Holsworthy returned from the long journey to Penzance with the points following a 2-1 win, Wendron United marked their 30th anniversary as a club with a 2-1 success at home to new boys Plymouth Marjon, Elburton Villa won the Plymouth derby 2-1 away at Vospers Oak Villa and completing the top half are Porthleven who had a 4-2 Gala Parc success over visiting Bude Town.
WEDNESDAY 24th AUGUST
SWP West: Just the one West Division fixture tonight, but it featured reigning Champions Mousehole who beat visitors Illogan RBL by the only goal of the game at Trungle Parc which was enough to send them some 5 points clear at the top of the early season league table.
TUESDAY 23rd AUGUST
SWP West: Three midweek games on Tuesday night, with two of the three victors claiming maximum points for the first time this season. Wadebridge Town who had lost each of their opening three games are off the mark as they beat Porthleven 3-1 at Bodieve Park whilst St Dennis who had a draw and a defeat from their opening games tasted victory with a 3-1 success away to new boys Plymouth Marjon. Wendron United bounced back from a defeat last time out to record their second win of the season after a 2-0 success away at a previously unbeaten Penzance.
SATURDAY 20th AUGUST
SWP West: After the second Saturday of the season only two clubs still hold 100% starts to the season with reigning Champions Mousehole being one as they made it 3 wins from 3 outings with a 1-0 success away at Liskeard Athletic. The other is Plymstock United who are 2 wins from 2 games as they won 3-2 away at Illogan today. Both Penryn Athletic and Sticker are on 7 points from three outings with Penryn Athletic having a 2-0 win away at St Dennis and Sticker also winning 2-1, in their case from a game at Home to Vospers Oak Villa. New boys Plymouth Marjon are off the mark as they beat Bude Town 3-1 in a game that was officially “away” but in fact was played at the campus as Bude have pitch problems. Millbrook gained their first win as they had a 4-2 success at home to Wendron United whilst two matches ended in draws. The West Cornwall derby at Gala Parc saw Porthleven and Penzance play out a goalless draw but at Haye Road the supporters were entertained by six goals as Villa drew 3-3 with visiting Dobwalls.
WEDNESDAY 17th AUGUST
SWP West: Reigning Champions Mousehole were the only side to collect maximum points tonight as they won 3-0 at home to Wendron United with both tonights other matches ending in draws. Millbrook collected their first point of the new season with a 1-1 draw at home to Elburton Villa whilst it was also 1-1 at Kernick where Penryn Athletic entertained neighbouring Porthleven.
TUESDAY 16th AUGUST
SWP West: An incredible 28 goals tonight in just 4 West Division fixtures with two matches each seeing ten goals scored ! Sticker led the way with a 7-3 triumph at home to Wadebridge Town and down at Penlee Park the home fans also saw a ten goal thriller as Penzance beat visitors Illogan by a 6-4 margin. Two sides picked up their first wins of the season, and both away from home. Holsworthy had a 2-0 win on the 4G pitch at new boys Plymouth Marjon whilst Liskeard Athletic are off the mark after a 4-2 win away at Vospers Oak Villa.
SATURDAY 13th AUGUST
SWP West: After Plymouth Marjon hosted Elburton Villa on Friday night, the remaining 16 West Division clubs all started their league campaigns this afternoon. Reigning Champions Mousehole started the defence of the title with a 4-1 win at home to Millbrook at Trungle Parc. Earlier in the day Plymstock United edged a fiercely contested local derby against Vospers Oak Villa 3-2 in a game played on the artificial pitch at Plymstock School. It was also 3-2 at Underlane where hosts Wendron United beat visiting Illogan. Two sides had away victories with Porthleven being 3-0 victors from their long trip to Holsworthy and Penryn Athletic having a 1-0 scoreline from their trip to Wadebridge Town. Two matches ended all square as St Dennis drew 2-2 at home to Penzance whilst Sticker were also held to a 2-2 stalemate by visiting Dobwalls. Bude Town technically won at home as they beat Liskeard Athletic 6-2 but they earnt the points on the Lux Park pitch after being forced to concede home advantage as their Broadclose Park pitch was unfit for the opening of the new campaign.
FRIDAY 12th AUGUST
SWP West: New boys Plymouth Marjon kicked off the new West Division season as they hosted near neighbours Elburton Villa in a Friday night fixture which saw a bumper attendance of 163 at the Campus ground. It was also the first official fixture played on an artificial surface, although any advantage that may have was not evident as Elburton Villa ran out 4-1 victors as they played their first game in the division following relegation in May.
SATURDAY 14th MAY
SWP West: Champions Mousehole brought the season down with another win, their record breaking 30th of the season as they beat Bude Town 5-0 at Trungle Parc. Mousehole also set new West Division records not just for wins but also for points gained and fewest goals against.
WEDNESDAY 11th MAY
Cornwall Charity Cup: West Division Champions Mousehole completed a league and cup “double” as they added the Cornwall Charity Cup to their honours for the season tonight. Playing the previous holders St Dennis at Bodmin Towns Priory Park the Champions were worthy winners with a 5-0 scoreline.
SUNDAY 8th MAY
SWP West: Three of the last four West games were completed today but the biggest winners, Bude Town, still have to play in the final game next Saturday. This afternoon Bude went goal crazy with a 7-2 success away at St Dennis. Bude climb a place to 7th and could yet finish in the Top 6. Bottom of the table Vospers Oak Villa brought their season to an end on a high note with a 3-2 win at home to Wendron United, Villa remain bottom but in the end they were just 2 points adrift. Penzance climbed a place to 10th after a narrow 1-0 win at home to Dobwalls.
SATURDAY 7th MAY
SWP West: It was not quite the last day in West as their are still four more games to be played, but another 7 clubs did complete their season this afternoon. Champions Mousehole had a narrow 2-1 win away at Vospers Oak Villa in a game shortened to two 35 minute halves after a stoppage due to a lengthy injury. Plymouth Argyle Reserves were assured of the Runners Up place and played Illogan in an early kick off with the Pilgrims winning 2-1. At the final whistle the were presented with the Runners Up trophy and in the afternoon they were able to parade it in front of more than 10,000 people at Home Park as they did a lap of honour during the half time of the Argyle v Hartlepool United game. 3rd placed Sticker not only won but claimed the local bragging rights with a 3-2 victory away at neighbours St Dennis. 4th placed Penryn Athletic lost 2-3 away at Bude Town whilst three sides climbed the table with victories today. Plymstock United are up a place to 5th after a 3-0 win away at Penzance, Wendron United are up a position to 9th after a 4-2 win at home to Dobwalls and Wadebridge Town climbed two places to 14th as they won for the first time since mid-January as they had a 4-2 win away at Millbrook.
WEDNESDAY 4th MAY
SWP West: Champions Mousehole carried on winning tonight as they had a 4-0 success away at their nearest rivals Penzance. 3rd placed Sticker had a high scoring 5-3 victory at home to Millbrook whilst 4th placed Penryn Athletic also won on home soil with a 3-0 scoreline against visiting Liskeard Athletic. St Dennis climbed a place to 5th as they returned to winning ways with a 4-2 home win over Wendron United whilst plymstock United climbed into the Top 6 after winning 2-1 away at Bude Town. Holsworthy ended their season with a 3-0 away win at bottom side Vospers Oak Villa with the Magpies climbing two places to 9th and into the top half of the table.
MONDAY 2nd MAY
SWP West: Mousehole are the West Division Champions and received the title trophy after they gained the win they needed today as they beat Holsworthy 4-0 at Trungle Parc. Plymouth Argyle kept them honest til they end with a 4-0 home win of their own as they beat Wendron United at Seale Hayne and will receive the Runners Up Cup & Medals on Saturday. Sticker assured themselves of 3rd place as they won 3-0 away at bottom of the table Vospers Oak Villa. Elsewhere their were wins for Plymstock United who had a 4-0 success away at Dobwalls, Illogan had a 6-1 win over St Dennis at Oxland Parc, Millbrook had a 3-01 win over Bude Town at Jenkins Park and Penzance had a 5-0 win over Wadebridge Town at Penlee Park.
SATURDAY 30th APRIL
SWP West: A busy day in the West Division today with a full programme of 8 matches and several issues resolved. Leaders Mousehole are still not assured of the title but after they won 6-1 away at Bude Town this afternoon but they do know a win at home to Holsworthy on Monday, in front of their own fans, will give them the title no matter what happens elsewhere. Plymouth Argyle are the only side who could overtake Mousehole but even if they do not the Pilgrims assured themselves of at least runners up spot after winning 3-1 away at St Dennis today. That also means Argyle have assured themselves of promotion as Mousehole had not applied to go up. Sticker in 3rd place kept up the pressure with a 4-0 win away at Millbrook and 4th placed Penryn Athletic also had a victory as they beat Dobwalls 2-0 at Kernick. The only other winners today were Holsworthy who had a 4-0 victory at home to Penzance which lifts the Devon Magpies above the Cornish Magpies and into the top 10 of the table. Three games ended all square with bottom side Vospers Oak Villa collecting a point from a 2-2 draw at home to Porthleven. It was also 2-2 at Lux Park where Liskeard Athletic shared the spoils with visiting Wendron United and at Dean Cross Plymstock United had a goalless draw with visiting Illogan.
THURSDAY 28th APRIL
SWP West: Plymouth Argyle are just a win away from securing both runners-up and promotion to the Premier Division after a 2-1 win away at Illogan this evening. The match was re-arranged from just 10 days when an early injury caused an abandonment but the Pilgrims returned to Oxland Parc to claim a second away midweek win in 3 days.
WEDNESDAY 27th APRIL
SWP West: Leaders Mousehole were held to a draw for the first time this season, and for only the second time all campaign they failed to win as Wendron United drew 2-2 with the ledaers at Underlane. Mousehole are 7 points clear but still need 2 wins to be assured of a first ever West title. Sticker in 3rd cannot win the league but their 3-1 win at home to Penryn Athletic tonight keeps them in the promotion picture as they closed the gap on Plymouth Argyle. Two sides had high scoring wins with Holsworthy having a 7-0 home thrashing of visiting St Dennis tonight whilst Bude Town had a 5-2 win away at Dobwalls.
TUESDAY 26th APRIL
SWP West: Just the one West Division fixture this evening and that saw Plymouth Argyle close the gap on table toppers Mousehole down to 6 points with a 2-1 victory away at Penzance. Perhaps of more concern, the win re-established the Pilgrims 10 point cushion over Sticker in the race for Runners Up and promotion to the Premier Division. Penzance did however score against the Pilgrims, the first side to do so after a run of 7 clean sheets from the visitors.
MONDAY 25th APRIL
SWP West: A busy Monday night saw three games with action at both ends of the table. Sticker who are in 3rd place closed the gap on 2nd placed Plymouth Argyle to 7 points after a 3-0 win away at Wadebridge Town with the Bridgers falling a place to 15th in the table and not safe from the threat of relegation. Millbrook who have been in the bottom two all season, but who have improved recently, climbed two places to the relatively dizzy heights of 14th after a 1-0 win away at Dobwalls. Elsewhere Liskeard Athletic climbed a place and back into the Top 6 after a 2-1 win at home to Plymstock United.
SUNDAY 24th APRIL
SWP West: Two Sunday afternoon games played in the West Division today with St Dennis bouncing back from Saturdays defeat at leaders Mousehole by beating bottom side Vospers Oak Villa 3-1 at home today. Bude Town completed a good weekend as they followed up Saturdays win away at Wendron United with a Sunday afternoon 5-0 win at home to Porthleven.
SATURDAY 23rd APRIL
SWP West: League leaders Mousehole are now within a maximum of 7 points from securing the title after they had a 5-0 win at home to St Dennis this afternoon. 2nd placed Plymouth Argyle are in fact now the only team that can stop Mousehole and the Pilfrims kept up the pressure with a 2-0 win at home over Holsworthy which also keeps them firmly in the promotion picture. Penryn had no game and fell from 3rd to 4th as Sticker climbed the table after a 3-1 win away at Illogan. All the winners today were from sides high in the table with none of the bottom 7 sides collecting as much as a point between them. Liskeard Athletic are now 5th after a 2-1 win away at Porthleven, Plymstock United in 7th had a 2-0 win over Millbrook which keeps the visitors looking over their shoulders, Bude Town in 8th hada 3-0 win away at Wendron United whilst 10th placed Penzance had a 5-2 away win at lowly Wadebridge Town.
WEDNESDAY 20th APRIL
SWP West: A big night at the top of the West table as leaders Mousehole gained a narrow but important 1-0 win over 3rd placed Penryn Athletic to move a maximum of 10 points away from their first title with still 7 games remaining. Penryn can no longer catch them but Plymouth Argyle can and tonight the Pilgrims won 3-0 away at Plymstock United and clear in 2nd place. St Dennis are another side who can still get amongst the front runners but they were held to a 4-4 draw in a thrilling match away at Bude Town.
TUESDAY 19th APRIL
SWP West: Just two games tonight but they featured three of the bottom four sides in action. Basement side Vospers Oak Villa had just a third win of the campaign with a 4-2 win at Porthleven which reduces the deficit at the bottom to just 3 points on Millbrook. Porthleven fall a place to 15th with Wadebridge Town climbing a place to 14th after a 1-1 draw, their 10th draw of the season, as they shared the poils with visiting Liskeard Athletic.
MONDAY 18th APRIL
SWP West: One of tonight’s three West Division matches was over almost before it began as Illogan RBL v Plymouth Argyle was abandoned after just 2 minutes due to an injury to young Pilgrims defender Sam Ryan. The player was taken to Treliske Hospital in Truro to assess the injury to his ankle but only after having to wait an hour for the ambulance to arrive at Oxland Parc. With such a delay and no lights the game will have to be staged again in 10 days time. Elsewhere the other two games did reach their conclusion with Penryn Athletic climbing to 3rd after a late winner gave them a 2-1 win at home to St Dennis and at Dean Cross, Plymstock United had a narrow 1-0 win over visiting Holsworthy.
SUNDAY 17th APRIL
SWP West: Bude Town played another Suinday fixture as they catch up on games and collected a point from a 2-2 draw at home to Wendron United. Bude won yesterday to collect 4 points from the weekend whilst Wendron bounced back from a heavy defeat at home to Sticker 24 hours earlier.
SATURDAY 16th APRIL
SWP West: There must have been some serious target practice in training this week as an incredible 39 goals were scored in the 7 West games today with the leading quarter of clubs scoring 27 between them at almost an average of 7 goals each! Not surprisingly with 27 goals amongst them all four recorded wins to leave the top places unchanged. Leaders Mousehole had a 7-0 win over a Dobwalls side who that had beaten in the Charity Cup in midweek. Second placed Plymouth Argyle were the top scorers as they hit nine past Wadebridge Town at Seale-Hayne. 3rd placed Sticker “only” had a 5-1 win away at Wendron United and 4th placed Penryn Athletic were 6-0 victors at home to Holsworthy. The big relegation battle at the bottom went the way of Millbrook who beat Vospers Oak Villa 2-1 in a tight contest which leaves Vospers 6 points adrift at the foot of the table. Elsewhere Bude Town climbed a place to 8th with a 6-0 win away at Illogan but at Dean Cross their was a much more even contest as Plymstock United drew 1-1 with visiting Penzance.
THURSDAY 14th APRIL
SWP West: Just the one game tonight and that saw Plymstock United consolidate their position in the top half of the table with a 2-1 win at home to visiting Dobwalls.
WEDNESDAY 13th APRIL
Cornwall Charity Cup: St Dennis who are the holders of the Cup will meet Mousehole in this years final on May 11th after they beat Illogan 2-1 in the second semi final played tonight at St Blazey’s Blaise Park.
SWP West: Just the one league game tonight but it featured Plymouth Argyle in action with the Pilgrims winning 1-0 away at Bude Town to close the gap on leaders Mousehole to 9 points but also cement their second place in the league table.
TUESDAY 12th APRIL
Cornwall Charity Cup: Mousehole are through to the final of the Charity Cup after a 2-0 win over fellow West Division outfit Dobwalls in the first of this seasons semi finals which was staged tonight at St Austell’s Poltair Park. Mousehole will meet either Illogan or St Dennis in the final on the 11th of May.
SWP West: Just one West division game tonight and that saw bottom side Vospers Oak Villa collecting a precious point from a 2-2 draw away at Wadebridge Town. The visitors had led by 2 goals but the Bridgers hit back to earn a share of the spoils.
MONDAY 11th APRIL
SWP West: St Dennis climbed a place to 5th in the West table tonight after a Monday evening victory away at Wendron United who themselves remain in 8th place.
SUNDAY 10th APRIL
SWP West: Two Sunday afternoon fixtures played today as clubs continue to catch up on games. Bude Town had a second win of the weekend as they followed up Saturdays win at Vospers with a 5-0 win at home to Penzance today with the victory lifting them above the Magpies and into 9th in the table. Millbrook who drew at Wendron on Saturday collected another point as they drew 1-1 at home to Illogan today with the Jenkins Park side now 4 points clear of bottom placed Vospers who travel to Millbrook next weekend.
SATURDAY 9th APRIL
SWP West: The top four all played each other today in two critical matches with leaders Mousehole taking another huge stride towards the West title after beating Sticker 3-0 at Trungle Parc. Sticker remain 3rd but are now 4 points behind 2nd placed Plymouth Argyle who had a 3-0 win of their own over 4th placed Penryn Athletic at Seale-Hayne. St Dennis in 5th have games in hand and they stay in the chase after a 2-1 win at home to previously in-form Plymstock United. Highest scorers of the day in the division were Liskeard Athletic who had a 6-2 win over visiting Wadebridge Town at Lux Park and there were also wins today for Holsworthy who had a 2-1 success away at Illogan and for Bude Town who came from behind to win 2-1 at bottom placed side Vospers Oak Villa. Millbrook who remain one off the bottom collected a useful point from a 1-1 draw away at Wendron United and it was also 1-1 at Gala Parc where hosts Porthleven shared the spoils with visiting Dobwalls.
WEDNESDAY 6th APRIL
SWP West: Wednesday saw just one league game played and neither of the sides in action moved in the league table after Holsworthy drew 2-2 at home to Plymstock United at Upcott Field.
TUESDAY 5th APRIL
SWP West: Three more games played in the West Division tonight with all three winners being sides in the Top six. Leaders Mousehole are now 12 points clear of the chasing pack after a 4-0 win away at Wadebridge Town. Sticker climbed a place from 4th to 3rd after winning an 11 goal bonanza at Gala Parc where they defeated Porthleven by an amazing 8-3 scoreline. Liskeard Athletic remain in 6th but got back to winning ways with a 3-1 win at home to Penzance.
SATURDAY 2nd APRIL
SWP West: April started with another two postponements as leaders Mousehole saw their home game with Bude Town and and second placed Penryn Athletic had their home game with St Dennis both being postponed. With the top 2 out of action Plymouth Argyle and Sticker had the chance to get back into the picture with Argyle taking the chance but Sticker not. Argyle had a 2-0 win at home to Liskeard Athletic with the win pushing them a place into 2nd spot and improving their promotion chances especially as Sticker had a 1-3 home defeat to a Penzance side who are managed by John Dent and his charges dented the hosts promotion bid. At the opposite end of the table Millbrook climbed off the bottom with a 3-1 win at home to Porthleven as the hosts climbed back above Vospers who had no scheduled game today as they were in affect the 17th team. Elsewhere Holsworthy had a 3-0 win at home to Wendron United and Illogan carried on their recent upturn in form with a 3-1 victory away at Dobwalls.
EASTER MONDAY 28th MARCH
SWP West: Three of the five scheduled games were played today but again the wet weather saw more postponements as the matches at Plymouth Argyle & Wendron United both fell victim. The three games that were played though had a huge bearing at the bottom of the table as the bottom two were both in action. Vospers Oak Villa who have been bottom since the opening day had a 3-0 win at home to St Dennis and that was enough for the Weston Mill side to climb off the bottom rung and move a point clear of Millbrook who fell to the bottom after a 1-3 defeat at home to a Penryn Athletic side who themselves climbed two places to 2nd in the table. The other match today saw Plymstock United climb a place to 7th in the table after they won the morning kick off, 3-2 at home to visiting Liskeard Athletic.
GOOD FRIDAY & SATURDAY 25th & 26th MARCH
SWP West: The Easter Ground hop took in five of the seven West Division games with bumper crowds and lots of goals for the visitors to enjoy. Illogan started proceedings with a 3-1 win over high flying Penryn Athletic in front of 369 at Oxland Parc, Wendron United opened their impressive new stand as 427 were at Underlane to see the 1-1 draw with Porthleven. Saturday saw the Hop at Sticker where 372 were present to see a 6-1 win over visiting Wadebridge Town. The wet weather on Saturday afternoon meant the lowest crowd, but still an impressive 306, as St Dennis beat Millbrook 6-4 in a real thriller of a contest before the hop ended at Bude Town where the hosts beat Holsworthy 5-1 in front of 409 spectators. Away from the Hop Liskeard Athletic had a 3-0 derby win over visiting Dobwalls and in the all Plymouth affair honours ended even as bottom side Vospers Oak Villa drew 1-1 with Plymstock United.
Cornwall Charity Cup: The last of the quarter finals was played on Good Friday morning with Mousehole booking a place in the semi finals, and a meeting with Dobwalls next month, after a 3-0 win at home to neighbours Penzance.
TUESDAY 22nd MARCH
Walter C Parson Funeral Directors League Cup: Bodmin Town are through to the final of this years League Cup, but only after being given a fright by West Division leaders Mousehole who more than played their part in a cracking semi final staged at St Blazey. Bodmin eventually triumphed 3-2 and will face either Godolphin Atlantic or St Austell in the final on May 14th.
SWP West: Tonights only league game in the division saw Plymouth Argyle climb a place into 2nd spot after they won 3-0 away at Liskeard Athletic. The Pilgrims are 12 points behind leaders Mousehole but are 2 points clear of 3rd placed Penryn after tonights win.
SATURDAY 19th MARCH
SWP West: Leaders Mousehole took a giant leap towards the title this afternoon as they recorded a 20th win from 21 contests with a 2-1 victory away at one of their title rivals in 5th placed St Dennis. Mousehole are now 14 points clear as second placed Penryn Athletic were held to a goalless draw away at Plymstock United. Plymouth Argyle had a narrow 1-0 win at home to Porthleven and the other results went for them today as they climbed into 3rd above a Sticker side who lost 2-1 away at Bude Town. At the bottom of the table the two lowest sides both gained home draws. Millbrook remain off the bottom of the table after drawing 3-3 at home to Liskeard Athletic whilst basement side Vospers Oak Villa had a 0-0 draw at home to Wadebridge Town. Villa had conceded 94 goals in 19 matches and today saw their first clean sheet of the season. Interestingly as well their had not been a single goalless draw in the West Division all season, and then two came along this afternoon with stalemates at both Vospers and at Plymstock. Elsewhere a pair of sides had good away wins, Penzance winning 5-0 away at Dobwalls and Illogan had a 2-1 win away at Holsworthy.
TUESDAY 15th MARCH
SWP West: Wendron United climbed a place to 7th in the league table after they won this midweeks only West Division fixture with a 2-0 success away at Wadebridge Town.
Cornwall Charity Cup: St Dennis became the third West Division side to book a place in the Semi Finals of the Charity Cup after they beat the only remaining non-SWPL club, Edgecumbe from the East Cornwall Premier League by a narrow 3-2 margin in a last 8 tie staged at Godolphin Atlantic so as to avoid either club using another Saturday to get this delayed tie fulfilled.
SATURDAY 12th MARCH
SWP West: Leaders Mousehole are now an incredible 12 points clear at the top of the table after a 3-1 win at home to Plymouth Argyle in the Divisions match of the day. Argyle in 4th place using up their game in hand on Sticker who were in County Cup action and falling further behind Penryn Athletic who climbed a place to 2nd after a 2-0 win at home to bottom side Vospers Oak Villa this afternoon. 5th placed St Dennis ended a run of three straight defeats with a 5-1 win at home to Wadebridge Town whilst 6th placed Liskeard Athletic were the day’s biggest winners with an 8-1 romp at home to Illogan. Elsewhere Plymstock United had the days only away win with a 3-1 verdict at Porthleven whilst two clubs had home victories with Wendron United beating Holsworthy 5-2 at Underlane whilst Penzance had a 2-1 Penlee Park victory over Bude Town.
Cornwall Charity Cup: Dobwalls are the second West club through to the last four of the Charity Cup after winning away at Sticker. Neither the 90 minutes nor the extra half an hour produced a goal for either side with the tie settled in the end on penalty kicks with Dobwalls going through 4-3 from the spot kick competition.
TUESDAY 8th MARCH
SWP West: Two West Division matches tonight and three of the four teams in action are in the Top 6 of the table. Penryn Athletic climbed a place to 3rd in the table after a 1-0 win away at 6th placed Liskeard Athletic whilst Plymouth Argyle Reserves fell a place to 4th after being held to a 1-1 draw away at lowly Wadebridge Town with the Bodieve Park club not only collecting a useful point but also climbing a place to 14th in the table with it.
SATURDAY 5th MARCH
SWP West: Cup games and the weather reduced the West programme to just 5 games today with Dobwalls v Plymstock United postponed and two others involved in the Charity Cup. The five games played though saw action at both ends of the table with leaders Mousehole staying 10 points clear after winning 3-1 away at Holsworthy. Sticker reamin in 2nd place and they had a 2-0 win at home to Porthleven. 3rd placed Penryn Athletic were without a game and that enabled Plymouth Argyle to climb above them after the Pilgrims beat St Dennis 4-2 at Seale Hayne with St Dennis suffering a 3rd straight league defeat having previously only losing 1 of their first 13 matches of the season. Bude Town played their first home league game since November and celebrated with a 2-1 win over Wadebridge Town that lifts them a place to 11th whilst Millbrook won for just the second time this season as a 3-2 verdict away at Penzance allowed them to re-open a cushion on bottom side Vospers Oak Villa.
Cornwall Charity Cup: The first of 4 quarter finals which were all postponed last month was played today with Illogan becoming the first side to book a semi final spot after a 2-1 win at home to fellow West Division side Wendron United.
SATURDAY 27th FEBRUARY
SWP West: The West Division title race keeps bubbling along nicely with the 4 highest placed teams in action toady all winning again. Leaders Mousehole had a 2-0 win over bottom club Vospers Oak Villa whilst Sticker in 2nd place also had a home win with a 3-0 scoreline over visiting Holsworthy. Completing a trio were 3rd placed Penryn Athletic who also had a home venue victory with a 5-1 scoreline over Penzance. St Dennis who started the day in 4th had the divisions only postponement as their home game with Bude Town was called off and that meant St Dennis fell a place to 5th as Plymouth Argyle climbed to 4th after a 2-0 win over Millbrook at Seale-Hayne. Elsewhere, in form Plymstock United climbed into the Top 6 with a 6-1 away win at Wendron United and at the wrong end of the table Illogan RBL collected a useful point from a 4-4 draw at home to Liskeard Athletic.
TUESDAY 23rd FEBRUARY
SWP West: New Porthleven boss Charlie Young saw his first home game end in a 2-1 victory over Wadebridge Town in a match brought forward from this coming Saturday. Port were winners too away at Dobwalls on Saturday and the quickfire 6 points has seen them climb two places in the table to 13th.
SATURDAY 20th FEBRUARY
SWP West: A full three weeks since there has been any action in the West Division, but at last we saw a return to playing for twelve sides who completed 6 of the 7 scheduled West games today. With leaders Mousehole on Cup duty second placed Sticker had the chance to close the gap but were held to a 1-1 draw at home by a Plymouth Argyle side who are also in contention at the top of the table. St Dennis who are also very much in the mix lost some ground today as they were beaten for just the 3rd time this season, going down 2-1 away at Plymstock United. At the opposite end of the table bottom side Vospers Oak Villa, at the 17th attempt, were able to claim a first win of the season and they did it in some style with a 5-1 margin over visiting Illogan. Vospers almost climbed off the foot of the table but Millbrook reamin above them on goal difference after fighting back from 02 down to draw 2-2 away at Wadebridge Town and collect a priceless point of their own. Porthleven had a much needed win after a poor run of results was ended with a 4-1 victory away at Dobwalls whilst Penzance and Wendron United shared the spoils in a 2-2 draw at Penlee Park.
Cornwall Senior Cup: West Division interest in this years cup was ended today but the two sides in action both put up a fight. Mousehole losing 0-2 in extra time against Premier leaders Bodmin Town whilst Bude Town led 1-0 at home to Premier side Helston until two late goals saw the Broadclose Park side exit 1-2.
TUESDAY 16th FEBRUARY
Cornwall Senior Cup: With no games involving West sides in the past 17 days Penryn Athletic were at least able to get back to playing tonight as they travelled to holders St Austell. Despite a hard working performance though they exited the Cup after a 3-1 defeat at Poltair Park.
SATURDAY 30th JANUARY
Cornwall Senior Cup: Bude Town booked a place in the quarter finals and a meeting with Premier side Helston Athletic in a fortnights time after a 3-1 win over Millbrook today. The Tie had been postponed twice at Jenkins Park with it switching today to Broadclose Park where the new hosts made home advantage count.
SWP West: The only league game in the division that was played today was at leaders Mousehole who went an incredible 11 points clear at the top of the West table after a 7-0 victory over lowly Porthleven. The one match played also made it, a full month behind schedule, the halfway point in the division with this being the 136th out of 272 league games completed.
SATURDAY 23rd JANUARY
SWP West: Three matches only were played in the West Division but they did include Plymouth Argyle getting back into action. The Pilgrims had waited longer than any other club to take the field as their last game was over two months ago on the 14th November! They showed no signs of rust though as they won 4-0 away at Dobwalls. Holsworthy were the only other side to taste victory as they beat Wadebridge Town 2-0 at Upcott Field whilst down at Penlee Park hosts Penzance shared the spoils with visiting Porthleven after a 1-1 draw.
SATURDAY 16th JANUARY
Walter C Parson Funeral Directors League Cup: West Division leaders Mousehole are through to the semi finals of the league cup after beating Premier Division outfit Tavistock 4-2 after extra time at Trungle Parc. The West side had already assured themselves of £400 prize money and that is now a minimum of £700 as they look forward to a neutral ground semi final in March.
SWP West: Two of the four league games survived the weather with a real shock at Dean Cross where Plymstock United beat 2nd placed Sticker by a 4-2 margin. The visitors had hoped to cut the gap on leaders Mousehole but instead Plymstock jumped four places from 12th to 8th in the table. Wadebridge Town remain one place behind Illogan in the table despite winning 3-1 at Oxland Park this afternoon, but they did cut the deficit from 4 points down to just a solitary point.
Cornwall Senior Cup: With Mousehole waiting on Bodmin Town and the Millbrook v Bude Town tie postponed to next Saturday the West Division had little to shout about in the Cup today. Penryn Athletic were the only side to progress to the last eight as they beat Wendron United 3-1 after extra time in an all West Division tie. Porthleven were also in action but they went out after losing 1-4 at home to Premier Division Newquay.
BOXING DAY 26th DECEMBER
SWP West: Six of the eight games in the West survived and that included leaders Mousehole beating neighbours Penzance by 7 goals to nil at Trungle Parc to see them go into 2016 some 8 points clear at the top of the table. Sticker are now in 2nd place as they leap-frogged St Dennis by beating their clay country neighbours 2-0 with Penryn Athletic also climbing above St Dennis and into 3rd place after a 5-2 win at home to Illogan. Elsewhere Liskeard Athletic scored the only goal of the game to win away at Dobwalls 1-0, Wendron United also won away as they had a 2-0 victory at Porthleven whilst Holsworthy had a home victory as they beat Bude Town 2-0 with the Magpies leaping up four places in the table to 8th spot.
SATURDAY 19th DECEMBER
SWP West: Sticker earned great credit for switching their away game at Illogan to Burngullow Park as the sides had not yet met this season but the ground staff went unrewarded for their efforts as the lowly visitors produced there result of the season to win 2-1 and claim just a 4th victory all season. Sticker remain in 3rd place despite losing for just a 2nd time this campaign.
SATURDAY 12th DECEMBER
Cornwall Charity Cup: The two outstanding first round ties were finally played today but only one of the three West clubs in action progressed to the last eight. St Dennis, the holders, beating fellow West side Bude Town 2-1 at home and they will have home advantage again in the quarter finals as they will host an Edgecumbe side who won 4-1 away at Wadebridge Town this afternoon.
SWP West: With two cup ties and three postponements there were just 6 West sides in league action today. Leaders Mousehole took full advantage as they extended there lead at the top to 6 points after beating Plymstock United 3-0 at Trungle Parc. Penryn Athletic climbed a place to 4th as they romped to a 7-0 win at home to near neighbours Porthleven whilst bottom of the table Vospers Oak Villa collected just a 2nd point of the season from a 2-2 draw away at Penzance.
SATURDAY 5th DECEMBER
SWP West: With Cup games dominating today there were just two league games, both played within a couple of miles of each other ! At Dobwalls the visiting St Dennis side won 2-0 with the 3 points lifting them a place to 2nd in the table. At Liskeard Athletic the hosts had a 4-0 win against visiting Holsworthy.
Devon Premier Cup: The West divisions last survivors in the Devon Cup are out as Plymstock United lost on penalties after a 3-3 draw at home to Plymouth & West Devon outfit Mar-jons.
Cornwall Senior Cup: Six of the nine West sides in the Cornwall Cup are safely through to the next round and the three that departed only did so against higher league opposition. Illogan lost at home to Saltash United 1-4, Sticker had a 0-2 defeat to Premier leaders Bodmin Town with Wadebridge Town losing 1-7 away at Torpoint Athletic. The six sides through scored plenty of goals, none more so than Penryn Athletic who thrashed Nanpean Rovers 8-0 at Kernick. Mousehole had the biggest away win with a 6-0 romp at Morwenstow whilst Bude Town beat Pensilva 3-0 at home, lowly Millbrook had a 3-0 win at home to Ludgvan and Wendron United also had a home victory with a 2-0 scoreline against Probus. One side to edge over the line were Porthleven who went through on penalties after a 3-3 draw away at Goonhavern.
TUESDAY 1st DECEMBER
Walter C Parson Cup: Liskeard Athletic were dumped out of the league cup tonight after they were beaten 0-7 at home to holders and Premier Division high-flyers Godolphin Atlantic. This result also means that Mousehole claim the £400 prize for the best Division One West performance in the Cup this season.
SATURDAY 28th NOVEMBER
Walter C Parson Cup: Mousehole are through to the last eight of the league Cup after beating East Division visitors Appledore by a 4-0 margin at Trungle Parc. The hosts are the only Division One side assured of a place in the last 8 although Liskeard Athletic are yet to play their 3rd Rd tie.
SWP West: For the second week running the West Division was worst hit by the wet weather with just two of the six games surviving this time. Wendron United in 7th had a 3-1 away win at 8th placed Dobwalls and lower down the table Illogan beat Millbrook 4-1 at home, a win that lifts them two places in the table to 13th.
SATURDAY 21st NOVEMBER
SWP West: The wet weather saw four of the eight league games postponed today with the games on all being in the Eastern end of the region. Leaders Mousehole maybe furthest West in the SWPL but they had an away game at Plymstock United today and won 3-0 which opened up a 5 point gap at the top of the table. The only other side to Win were Penzance who had a 2-1 early kick off victory away at bottom of the table Vospers Oak Villa. Two games ended in draws with Millbrook collecting just a 4th point of the season from a 1-1 draw at home to Holsworthy and it was also 1-1 between Bude Town and Dobwalls who met at Broadclose Park.
SATURDAY 14th NOVEMBER
SWP West: The West Division was least affected by the wet weather as seven of the eight matches were completed with only Wadebridge Town versus leaders Mousehole falling victim. St Dennis could have drawn level with the leaders on points but fell to a shock 2-4 defeat at home to Liskeard Athletic with the hosts seeing their run of 11 straight wins promptly ended. Sticker are now up into 2nd as they had a days highest scoring win as they won 8-0 away at Penzance. Plymouth Argyle Reserves are also up a place, to 4th, after they won 2-1 away at Porthleven. At the other end of the table, bottom side Vospers Oak Villa collected their first point of the season at the 14th attempt as they drew a crazy 5-5 contest at Illogan. Elsewhere it was also a draw at Wendron United where the Underlane hosts drew 1-1 with visiting Penryn Athletic and there were wins for Holsworthy won won 3-0 away at Dobwalls and Bude Town who won 2-0 away at Plymstock United.
SATURDAY 7th NOVEMBER
Cornwall Charity Cup: Six of the eight ties survived the wet weather today with all 6 winners coming from the West Division. Two ties saw West sides travel to Cornwall Combination opposition with Dobwalls winning 3-2 away at Mullion and Illogan winning 4-3 away at former league side Perranporth. Four ties were all league affairs with the tightest contest at Penlee Park where hosts Penzance went through on penalties after a 2-2 draw with visiting Liskeard Athletic. Sticker needed extra time to beat Penryn Athletic 3-2 after 2 hours play whilst Mousehole won 5-2 away at Porthleven and Wendron United won 3-2 at home to Millbrook.
Devon Premier Cup: The West Divisions last survivor in the Cup are safely through to the next round as Plymstock United had a 7-2 win at home to Plymouth & West Devon league side Chaddlewood at Dean Cross.
TUESDAY 3rd NOVEMBER
SWP West: Penzance staged their first floodlit fixture of the season after a major upgrade to the Penlee Park lights was completed recently. On the pitch honours ended even as the Magpies drew 1-1 with visitors Illogan.
SATURDAY 31st OCTOBER
SWP West: A full programme of West Division action today with this weeks odd side out being Bude Town. The top 5 in the table all played and won as most games went to form today. Leaders Mousehole bounced back from a first defeat of the season last week by recording the biggest win this week as they beat Liskeard Athletic 9-1 at home. St Dennis made it 11 wins from 11 games with a 4-2 victory at home to Dobwalls whilst Sticker in 3rd edged a 2-1 win away at Holsworthy. Penryn Athletic in 4th spot had a 6-0 win at home to next to bottom Millbrook with Plymouth Argyle Reserves going 1 better as they beat bottom of the table Vospers Oak Villa 7-0 at Seale-Hayne. Elsewhere Wendron United had a 2-1 win at home to Penzance, Plymstock United had a 4-1 home success over Porthleven and Wadebridge Town recorded just a 2nd league win of the season so far as they beat Illogan 4-1 at Bodieve Park.
TUESDAY 27th OCTOBER
SWP West: Just the one midweek game in the West Division this week and that saw Illogan RBL claim just a 2nd victory of the season with a 2-0 success away at Porthleven under the Gala Parc floodlights.
SATURDAY 24th OCTOBER
SWP West: Leaders Mousehole who had won all 11 of their opening games finally lost today as they went down 3-1 away at Plymouth Argyle Reserves. St Dennis however remain 100% as they made it 10 wins from 10 games with a 4-2 success at home to Holsworthy to rem,ain in 2nd and now just 3 points behind the leaders. Sticker are still 3rd as they had a 2-1 win at home to Wendron United whilst 4th placed Penryn Athletic went goal crazy with a 13-1 win away at bottom of the table club Vospers Oak Villa. Elsewhere Dobwalls climbed a place to 7th with a 4-2 home win over Wadebridge Town, Liskeard Athletic had a 3-0 home win over Porthleven and Bude Town also had a home win as they beat Illogan 3-1 at Broadclose Park. Penzance picked up their win on the road as they edged a 7 goal thriller at Jenkins Park as they beat Millbrook 4-3.
TUESDAY 20th OCTOBER
SWP West: Two Tuesday night floodlit games both saw the away sides winning with St Dennis having a 7-1 victory at St Dennis which sees them close the gap on leaders Mousehole to just 6 points. Sticker climbed two places to 3rd after they had a narrow 2-1 win at Liskeard Athletic.
SATURDAY 17th OCTOBER
SWP West: With many sides again on Cup duty there were just three league matches but all 3 winners today are involved in the title race as they closed the gap on leaders Mousehole. St Dennis are up a place to 2nd as they made it 8 straight wins with a high scoring 7-0 victory away at Porthleven. Penryn Athletic are just behind them in 3rd place after they had a 4-1 win at home to Bude Town. Plymouth Argyle who were 2nd fell to just a 2nd league defeat as Sticker won 2-1 at Seale-Hayne with Sticker up a place in the table to 5th.
SATURDAY 10th OCTOBER
SWP West: The only league game today was a battle of the two pointless bottom sides with Vospers Oak Villa hosting Millbrook. Something had to give and it was Millbrook who claimed a first win of the season with a 4-2 success at Weston Mill.
Cornwall Senior Cup: The new format of all clubs entering the Cup at the same stage probably didn’t get the desired outcome as by and large the SWPL clubs romped to victories, with some particularly high scoring clashes. Leading the way were Launceston who hit double figures with an 11-0 win at home to St Ives. Newquay had the highest away win with a 9-1 success at Roche whilst holders St Austell had an 8-1 win away at West Division Dobwalls. Highest West Division victors were Illogan who may have just 1 win in the league this season but had a 7-2 win at Lanreath. Another side struggling in the league are St Blazey and they will take confidence from a 5-2 cup win over St Teath at Blaise Park. No Premier sides lost to lower league opponents as Saltash United beat Edgecumbe 3-2, Godolphin Atlantic won 3-1 at home to Hayle and Helston Athletic had a 6-2 win away at St Stephens Boro. Two Premier sides to exit the Cup came as a result of all Premier ties with Bodmin Town beating Falmouth Town 5-0 at Priory Park and Torpoint Athletic beating Callington Town at the Mill. A trio of West sides beat lower league opposition as Bude Town won 2-1 at Mevagissey, Penryn Athletic beat local rivals Perranwell 5-1 at home and Porthleven won 4-2 away at St Dominick. Two all West ties saw Sticker beat Penzance 3-0 and Mousehole winning 2-1 away at St Dennis. The one side to fall to lower league opposition were Liskeard Athletic and even they only went out in the lottery of a penalty shoot out as Ludgvan won on spot kicks after a 4-4 draw.
Devon Premier Cup: Two West sides were involved in Devon Premier Cup action with mixed results. Plymstock United had a 3-1 win at home to South Devon League side Kingskerswell & Chelston to progress to the next round but Holsworthy are out after losing 3-2 away at East Division side Appledore.
WEDNESDAY 7th OCTOBER
SWP West: Only one West fixture tonight but that saw Penryn Athletic climb two places to 4th in the table as they extended their recent excellent form with a 4-0 win away at Porthleven under the Gala Parc floodlights.
TUESDAY 6th OCTOBER
SWP West: Two West games tonight with a nine goal thriller at Lux Park where Liskeard Athletic climbed into the top 4 only after a 5-4 victory at home to bottom side Vospers Oak Villa with the Plymouth side almost collecting a first point of the season. Draw specialists Wadebridge Town were at it again as they drew 1-1 at home to Bude Town, the Bridgers 4th draw so far this campaign.
SATURDAY 3rd OCTOBER
FA Vase: The West Divisions last Vase survivor, Wadebridge Town, are out after they lost 0-5 at home to Western League Division One side Portishead at Bodieve Park.
Devon Premier Cup: It may have been a welcome break from league action but it failed to provide any cheer as Vospers Oak Villa lost 0-4 away at East Cornwall Premier League side Bere Alston in the County Cup tie played a week earlier than scheduled as the hosts were unavailable next weekend.
SWP West: Seven more league games today with only Dobwalls and the pair of sides on Cup duty not being in league action. The top three all won with leaders Mousehole making it 11 wins from 11 outings with a huge 12-1 victory away at lowly Illogan. Plymouth Argyle Reserves also had a bing away win as they won 6-0 at Wendron United but 3rd placed St Dennis had to work much harder for the points as they beat Porthleven by a 3-2 margin at Boscawen Park. Liskeard Athletic slipped from 4th in the table after they went down 2-1 away at the much improved Penzance which allowed Sticker to climb into 4th after a 2-0 win at home to Plymstock United. Penryn Athletic climbed 4 places as they continued there good recent form with a 4-3 win away at Holsworthy whilst Bude Town collected a welcome win to end a run of defeats as the Broadclose Park hosts beat lowly Millbrook 5-1.
WEDNESDAY 26th SEPTEMBER
SWP West: Some 50 goals in today’s 8 West Division matches ! Leaders Mousehole made it 10 Wins from 10 outings with a 4-0 win at lowly Millbrook who lost their 10th game on the trot. St Dennis are also 100% but only from 6 outings and today they kept the run going after coming out on top of a 9 goal thriller with a 5-4 win over Penzance. Highest scorers were Liskeard Athletic who beat Bude Town 7-2 at Lux Park but there were goals everywhere else to. Wendron United won 5-2 away at Illogan, Sticker beat Dobwalls 5-0 at home and Penryn Athletic who won 6-0 in the midweek had a 5-0 win today away at Wadebridge Town. Porthleven had a 3-1 win at home to Holsworthy and in the Plymouth “derby” Plymstock United were on the right end of a seven goal thriller as they beat Vospers Oak Villa 4-3 at Dean Cross with the bottom of the table visitors close to gaining a first point of the season.
WEDNESDAY 23rd SEPTEMBER
SWP West: Two Wednesday night fixtures with 13 goals scored between them ! Penryn Athletic had a 6-0 win at home to new boys Wendron United as the Kernick Road club start to show some form and climb three places to 9th in the table. Mousehole hit five goals as they won 5-2 away at Porthleven with the visitors now 9 wins from 9 games and 9 points clear at the top of the West table.
TUESDAY 22nd SEPTEMBER
SWP West: Tuesday nights only West Division action saw hosts Holsworthy record a 3-1 home win over lowly Millbrook at Upcott Field. The Magpies move onto double figures in points earnt and also climbed 3 places to 9th. Millbrook along with Vospers Oak Villa are still pointless.
SATURDAY 19th SEPTEMBER
Walter C Parson Funeral Directors League Cup: Twenty more First round ties played today with the winners joining the 9 Premier sides exempt, the two Premier sides who won on Friday night and West side Millbrook, who had a walk over, in next months second round. Three ties were all Premier Division affairs with Cullompton Rangers winning 4-2 after extra time at Elburton Villa, Callington Town also won away with a 2-1 victory at Launceston and Tavistock had a 2-1 home win over Torpoint Athletic.
Their were five all East Division ties which saw Crediton United win 2-0 away at Alphington to set up a mouth watering Friday night clash with Witheridge. Appledore won 4-2 at Axminster Town in the first league cup tie played at Tiger Way. St Martins edged past Galmpton United on penalties after a 2-2 draw, Tiverton Town had a comfortable 4-0 home win over Budleigh Salterton and they will host University of Exeter in the next round as the Students had a 5-1 home win over Sidmouth Town. Their were just 3 all West encounters with Mousehole beating Illogan by a 6-0 margin at Trungle Parc, Dobwalls won 3-2 away at Penzance and Wendron United set up a trip to St Austell after winning 3-1 at home to Sticker.
Three ties saw Premier sides play opposition from Division One with one side being giant-killed as Exwick Villa won on penalties away at Stoke Gabriel after a 2-2 draw. Helston Athletic had to work hard for their 1-0 win at neighbours Porthleven to earn a home tie with another derby opponent in Falmouth Town. Camelford had a much smoother passage in the next round with a 4-0 win at Vospers Oak Villa.
That left six East v West ties with honours even as three from each division progressed. The East winners saw plenty of goals as Teignmouth beat Wadebridge Town 6-0 at Home, Newton Abbot Spurs also had home advantage for their 6-2 win over Bude Town but Brixham had a good win as they beat Plymouth Argyle Reserves 3-1 at Seale Hayne. The three West sides to win were Holsworthy who beat Bovey Tracey 2-1 at Upcott Field, Liskeard Athletic had a high scoring 6-3 win over Totnes & Dartington at Lux Park and Plymstock United returned to an old East opponent in Liverton United and went through on penalties after a 1-1 draw at Halford.
FRIDAY 18th SEPTEMBER
Walter C Parson Funeral Directors Cup: The first Two ties were played on Friday evening with two Premier sides having Home wins over West Division opposition. In a real local derby at Bickland Park Falmouth Town beat neighbours Penryn Athletic 2-1 whilst at Mount Wise the hosts Newquay were 3-1 winners over St Dennis of the West Division. One side from the West that are through to the next round are Millbrook who have been handed a walk-over following Okehampton Argyle declaring that they are unable to send a team to Jenkins Park.
SATURDAY 12th SEPTEMBER
SWP West: With eight games today only leaders Mousehole were without a fixture, giving the chasing pack the chance to close the gap. Plymouth Argyle Reserves took full advantage as they beat Penzance 6-2 at Seale Hayne to move within 6 points and with a game in hand on the leaders. St Dennis also took full advantage as they made it 5 wins from 5 starts with a 6-2 win away at lowly Millbrook and climbed a place into 3rd. Dobwalls are up into 4th spit after they too hit six as they won 6-0 away at bottom of the table Vospers Oak Villa where the game survived only because Vospers assistant referee Mike Roberts took over reffing duties as the official failed to attend. Liskeard Athletic fell a couple of places as they were held to a 1-1 draw away at Holsworthy and Sticker also drew 1-1 in their game at home to Bude Town. Makinga trio of 1-1 draws was a 1-1 stalemate between Wendron United and Wadebridge Town at Underlane. Two sides low in the table had welcome victories, Penryn Athletic finally found their scoring boots as they won 5-0 at home to Plymstock United and Illogan RBL collected their first points of the season with a 2-1 home win over Porthleven.
WEDNESDAY 9th SEPTEMBER
SWP West: Only two games tonight but both the Top and Bottom sides were in action. Leaders Mousehole won 2-1 away at Penryn Athletic to extend their 100% start to eight matches whilst bottom side Vospers Oak Villa suffered a seventh straight defeat as they went down 0-3 away at Holsworthy.
TUESDAY 8th SEPTEMBER
SWP West: Two floodlit games tonight saw Liskeard Athletic climb to 3rd in the table as they beat lowly Millbrook by a 5-2 margin at Lux Park whilst at Bodieve Park it was the visitors, Dobwalls, who claimed the points with a 2-0 victory over hosts Wadebridge Town.
SATURDAY 5th SEPTEMBER
FA Vase: Porthleven crashed out of the Vase at the first hurdle as they went down 0-7 away at Ivybridge Town of the Premier Division. The luck of the draw is not kind to the Port as the past two years have seen away first hurdles at Buckland Athletic & St Austell ! Wadebridge Town are the West Divisions only representative left as they had received a bye in today’s round.
SWP West: Mousehole made it seven wins from seven games with a 2-0 victory away at Dobwalls this afternoon to stay 6 points clear at the top of the table. Plymouth Argyle Reserves are their nearest rivals as they won 1-0 away at lowly Millbrook today who turned in a good performance to restrict the visitors to Jenkins Park, especially after having conceded 10 goals to Mousehole last time out. Plymstock United were the last of the 55 SWP clubs to play a Home fixture this season but that didn’t help them as they lost for the first time since transfering to the West Division with Wendron United winning 2-1 at Dean Cross. All four remaining games saw Home sides winning as Bude Town led the way with a 6-0 win over bottom side Vospers Oak Villa. St Dennis had a 4-1 home win after coming from a goal behind to lowly Illogan, Sticker had a 2-1 success in their home contest with Liskeard Athletic and much improved Penzance had a 1-0 local derby win over Penryn Athletic at Penlee Park.
SATURDAY 29th AUGUST
SWP West: A full programme of 8 West matches today with bottom side Vospers Oak Villa the odd team out. Leaders Mousehole made it played 6, Won 6 in convincing style with a 10-0 thrashing of Millbrook at Trungle Parc. At Seale Hayne two of the 100% sides met with Plymouth Argyle hosting Plymstock United and it was the visitors that remain undefeated as they won 1-0 to inflict a first defeat on the divisions new boys. St Dennis maintained their 100% start with a 3-1 victory away at Penzance. Holsworthy collected their first win and points of the season with a 3-0 home success over Porthleven at Upcott Field. Also winning on home soil were Wendron United who had a 3-1 win at Underlane over visiting Illogan. Sticker won 3-0 on the road away at Dobwalls and Liskeard Athletic also had an away day win with a 2-1 scoreline at Bude Town. One game ended all square as Penryn Athletic and Wadebridge Town drew 1-1 at Kernick.
WEDNESDAY 26th AUGUST
SWP West: The only midweek fixture to survive the weather was played tonight as Dobwalls ran out 3-2 victors away at Millbrook. The win lifts Dobwalls 5 places to 4th in the table whilst Millbrook remain one of four West sides yet to register a point so far.
SATURDAY 22nd AUGUST
SWP West: A full programme of nine West games today with only Bude Town as they odd-side-out 17th team. No fewer than four clubs are still holding onto 100% records after today’s round of matches. Mousehole lead the way as they recorded a 5th straight win with a narrow 1-0 scoreline away at Liskeard Athletic. Plymouth Argyle are four from four after a 2-1 home win over Dobwalls with credit going to stand-in referee Michaela Phillips who stepped in when no referee was at the Seale-Hayne ground. Plymstock United are enjoying life back in the West Division as they recorded a third straight win, all away as they share with cricket. Today the U’s won 3-2 at Illogan RBL. St Dennis were playing just their second game of the season but had a second win with a 2-1 win at home to Penryn Athletic. Elsewhere, Wadebridge Town recorded their first win of the season with a 3-1 victory at home to Holsworthy. Porthleven won a local derby at home to Penzance with a 2-0 scoreline at Gala Parc, Sticker also had a home win with a 3-2 verdict against a Vospers Oak Villa side who look to have put the big scores behind them. Finally new boys Wendron United had an away victory as they returned from Millbrook with a 2-0 win.
WEDNESDAY 19th AUGUST
SWP West: Only one West game tonight but it involved new table toppers, Mousehole, who had a 4th straight victory with a 4-0 win at home to Illogan RBL at Trungle Parc. The win lifts Mousehole above Plymouth Argyle and into the pole position in the league table.
TUESDAY 18th AUGUST
SWP West: When is a defeat not too bad a result ? Well for Vospers Oak Villa losing 3-2 away at Dobwalls will probably feel quite a decent nights work having lost 1-11 and 0-12 in there previous two outings. Dobwalls move onto 6 points from 3 games themselves. In the other game tonight, hosts Wadebridge Town snatched a late leveller to draw 1-1 at home to Porthleven which gave the Bridgers a first point on the board this season.
SATURDAY 15th AUGUST
SWP West: A full programme of West games today with only St Dennis not in action as the division has an odd number of teams. Two sides sit proudly with 9 points from there opening three matches with Plymouth Argyle top on goal difference after a 12-0 romp away at struggling Vospers Oak Villa, the Weston Mill club having a torrid start to the season could have done without being scheduled with the new boys. Mousehole are also on 9 points after they had a 5-1 win at home to Wadebridge Town in another free scoring match. Only Mousehole and there neighbours Penzance had a home win as the Penlee Park club beat Holsworthy 5-2 on home soil. Liskeard Athletic had a 5-2 win away at new boys Wendron United whilst all the remaining four matches saw the away sides win by the same 3-1 margin ! Dobwalls wining at Illogan RBL, Plymstock United triumphing across the Tamar at Millbrook, Sticker bouncing back to form with there win at Penryn Athletic and Bude Town getting there first win of the campaign away at Porthleven.
WEDNESDAY 12th AUGUST
SWP West: All four West Division midweek matches were staged this evening with three close contests and one huge away win. Liskeard Athletic went goal-crazy as they romped to an 11-1 Win away at last seasons Runnerrs-Up, Vospers Oak Villa. Two sides who had not played on Saturday met each other as Penzance won 3-2 away at Illogan RBL whilst Holsworthy also started there season as they hosted new boys Plymouth Argyle in front of a large crowd at Upcott Field with the visiting side winning 1-0. It was also 1-0 at Trungle Parc where Mousehole followed up an opening day win with anoter 3 point haul as they beat another of the new sides, Wendron United.
SATURDAY 8th AUGUST
SWP West: The new season started with all the opening games set for a traditional 3pm Saturday start, although in the case of new boys Wendron United they started 30 minutes late, but after 7 years away it didn’t matter too much. Wendron started life back at Step 7 with a 3-0 win over a Vospers Oak Villa side whose arrival at Underlane was held up by holiday traffic. Wendron were one of three new sides in action in the division with all 3 winning. In South Devon Plymouth Argyle Reserves edged a 7 goal thriller to beat Bude Town 4-3 at Seale Hayne whilst Plymstock United who transferred from the East Division had a 3-2 win away at Wadebridge Town. The other four matches saw three away wins as Penryn Athletic won 2-0 at Dobwalls, St Dennis edged another 7 goal thriller with a 4-3 win at Liskeard Athletic and Mousehole had a 2-1 win in there match at Sticker. Porthleven however proved winning at home was possible with a 2-1 Gala Parc success over visiting Millbrook.