CORNWALL SENIOR CUP Four sides target first ever win

cornwall faFour of the eight teams left in the Cornwall Senior Cup have never won the prestigious competition in its 130-year history.

Two of this weekend’s quarter-finals feature all four of them – Wendron United and Sticker, who meet at Underlane, and Dobwalls and Millbrook, at Lantoom Park.

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CORNWALL SENIOR CUP Wendron Utd vs Sticker AFC

Sticker will be flying the flag for the St Austell area in their bid to reach the semi-finals.

It’s a clash between two clubs who have never won the competition, which is in its 130th year.

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CORNWALL SENIOR CUP Newquay AFC vs Falmouth Town

Falmouth Town face Newquay in the Cornwall Senior Cup on Saturday for the first time in 30 years.

The quarter-final tie at Mount Wise represents the first game between the clubs on the prestigious competition since the 1992 final, which the Peppermints won 1-0.

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CORNWALL SENIOR CUP Saltash Utd vs Helston Athletic

Manager Dane Bunney says the Cornwall Senior Cup remains a favourite competition for the Ashes, despite their elevation this season to the Western League.

The Ashes take on Helston at Kimberley Stadium on Saturday in what many see as the tie of the last eight.

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CORNWALL SENIOR CUP Dobwalls AFC vs Millbrook AFC

Millbrook boss Macca Brown has warned his players not to take their eyes off the ‘immediate challenge’ as they prepare to travel to Dobwalls in the Cornwall Senior Cup quarter-final.

The Brook are unbeaten in the Western League premier division since October 16 (nine games) but Saturday’s tie at Lantoom Park (3pm) presents a different sort of test.

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BODMIN TOWN Bowker stars in attack and between sticks

stu bowkerIt’s a surprise that striker Stuart Bowker’s nickname is not Marmite, because he seems to be one of those players you either love or loathe.

Opposition supporters, and most central defenders I imagine, have little time for his way of playing the game. Ask them if they’d have him in their team? The vast majority would say yes at the drop of a hat.

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