LEAGUE ONE Plymouth Argyle 2 Portsmouth 2

argyle logo2013Ryan Lowe’s Plymouth Argyle extended their unbeaten League One home record to seven games since promotion with an exciting draw against south coast rivals Portsmouth.

Plymouth’s on-loan Fulham central defender Jerome Opoku levelled in the 78th minute nudging Dom Telford’s goal-bound far post header over the line from George Cooper’s deep free kick. 


FA VASE St Blazey 2 Helston 2 then pens...

st blazey helston KJMHelston won a dramatic FA Vase penalty shootout 4-3 at St Blazey to book their place in today's second round draw.

After an enthralling weather-beating all-Cornwall first round tie ended 2-2, Blazey established a 3-1 penalty lead but missed their last two spot kicks as Helston converted their final three.


SWPL WEST Wadebridge Town 0 Bodmin Town 2

Bridgers programmeDan Jennings returned to haunt his former club Wadebridge with both goals as Bodmin took the spoils in a lively local derby at Bodieve Park.

The striker, a popular player during his time with the Bridgers, struck in the 36th and 57th minutes to take his season’s tally to 16 as Darren Gilbert’s side put together arguably their best all-round 90 minutes of the season.


SWPL WEST St Austell AFC 3 Liskeard Athletic FC 1

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Two goals in the last eight minutes secured a deserved home victory for St Austell against a Liskeard side who had led for the best part of an hour.

The Blues had taken a 10th minute lead courtesy of James Lorenz’s 23rd goal of the season and it took until eight minutes into the second half for the home side to level it up thanks to an own goal.


SWPL WEST Bodmin Town FC 3 Helston Athletic FC 3

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From the first minute to the last – literally – you could not afford to take your eyes off a crackerjack of a match at rain-soaked Priory Park.

Helston took the lead after 30 seconds and Bodmin equalised in the final moments of five stoppage time minutes to complete a remarkable evening.


SWPL WEST Liskeard Athletic 3 Wadebridge Town 4

Lux Park KJM 201020Wadebridge Town soared to fourth in the Peninsula Premier West table with a rip-roaring away performance which left in-form Liskeard stunned.

In a feisty affair which bubbled just under the surface of boiling point, the Bridgers were strong all over the pitch, defending with determination, biting in midfield, and producing some breathtaking finishing.


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