Placinta plunders final day hat-trick

By The Post in Football

Monday, April 24

South West Peninsula League

Premier Division

Camelford 3

(Gusterson, Boxall, Penrose)

Exmouth Town 1

Launceston 2

(Davey, Kane)

St Blazey 0

Tuesday, April 25

East Cornwall League

Fred Binks Premier Division Cup

Launceston 1

Torpoint Athletic 6

Wednesday, April 26

South West Peninsula League

Premier Division

Callington Town 2

(Fyneboy 2)

St Blazey 1

Cullompton Rangers 4

Launceston 0

East Cornwall League

Division One

Bude Town 0

Bodmin Town 2

Saturday, April 29

South West Peninsula League

Premier Division

Launceston 1

St Austell 2

LAUNCESTON rounded off their season with a narrow home defeat to St Austell at Pennygillam.

The Saints took the lead through the prolific Mark Goldsworthy from the penalty spot before Sam Davey equalised. However, Harry Evans’ winner before half-time stole the points.

Launceston finish 11th, three points adrift of Falmouth in tenth.

Division One West

Bude Town 0

Mousehole 3

BUDE’S difficult season ended with a resounding defeat by Mousehole at Broadclose Park.

Luke Johnson, Jamie Simmonds and JJ Simmonds were all on target for the West Cornwall side.

Bude end the season third bottom but crucially will play Step 7 football again next season.

Holsworthy 4

Illogan RBL 1

ROMANIAN striker Tudor Placinta became the first Holsworthy player in over a decade to score 20 league goals as the Magpies finished the season in style at the Upcott Field.

Despite a poor second half to the season, Liam Dart’s side finished well clear of the bottom two on 38 points.

Dean Chidley was the other home marksman.

East Cornwall League

Premier Division

St Austell 0

Launceston 1

(Goodman)

St Teath 0

Polperro 2

Division One

Elburton?Villa 5

Morwenstow 1

(Walter)

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