KJM SPORT REPORT Helston Athletic 2 Millbrook AFC 1

Western LeaguelogoOrlando Anker’s first goal since signing from Newquay sealed victory for Helston in a hugely entertaining Les Phillips Cup tie against a weakened Millbrook side at Kellaway Park last night.

Anker came off the bench just after the hour with the game nicely poised at 1-1 and produced the touch of magic necessary to separate two top sides with 11 minutes left.


KJM SPORT REPORT Millbrook boss remains philosophical

Western LeaguelogoMillbrook manager Macca Brown was in philosophical mood after watching his Western Premier side pegged back to a 1-1 draw by struggling Street at Jenkins Park on Saturday.

Rikki Shepherd had given the Brook a 17th minute lead with his 26th goal of the season and the home side went on to hit the woodwork three times in the second half.


ST BLAZEY boss Lafferty praises side after titanic tie

st blazey BadgePhil Lafferty praised the resilience and togetherness of his St Blazey side after a dramatic penalty shootout cup victory over Camelford at Trefrew Road on Monday.

The Green & Blacks won 3-1 on penalties after the Walter C Parson Cup third round tie ended 2-2 after extra time.


WALTER C PARSON CUP Camelford 2 St Blazey 2 aet

SWPL logoJason Chapman underlined that he remains one of the best goalkeepers at this level as he produced a player of the match performance to see St Blazey through to the Peninsula League Cup quarter-finals.

After denying Camelford on a number of occasions during 120 minutes of enthralling action at Trefrew Road on Monday, the 36-year-old custodian then made two penalty saves as the Green & Blacks won the shootout 3-1.


KJM SPORT REPORT Bodmin Town 3 Wadebridge 0

SWPL logoFrom the depths of despair a week earlier Bodmin Town bounced back with a Christmas special performance to beat rivals Wadebridge Town.

Their 3-0 win in front of 305 supporters at Priory Park on Boxing Day came courtesy of two goals from in-form striker Dan Jennings and a last minute Jason Vincent strike.


KJM SPORT REPORT Godolphin Atlantic 1 Newquay 3

SWPL logoTwenty-five hours later the derby action switched to the north coast where Newquay spoilt the party with an emphatic performance and victory at Godolphin Way.

The G men had been impressive in winning 2-1 at St Blazey in their last match but an outbreak of Covid at the club had certainly had its effect by the time the neighbours came to visit.


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