SWPL Premier West - Tuesday, April 16

Bodmin Town 0 Holsworthy 1

LEWIS Haxell’s first half strike was enough as the Magpies picked up their first victory of 2024 with a deserved success at Priory Park.

Holsworthy boss gave a debut to teenage right-back Callum Martin who was comfortably the best player on the pitch, and the Magpies created several chances before Haxell sidefooted home from close range after striker Jacob Nosworthy squared the ball across the six-yard box.

At the other end, Ryan Chadwick had to be alert to save with his feet before Haxell shot just wide from the angle of the box.

The second half saw home forward Sam Cox fire over, while sub Gavin Carter had a goal disallowed following a consultation between the officials.

Bodmin pressed late on, but it was the Devonians who took the victory.

HOLSWORTHY: Ryan Chadwick; Callum Martin, Todd Peschke, Jedd Peschke (capt), Cory Sargent; Ryan Buckland, Jack Tribble, Aiden Slade; Will Harris, Jacob Nosworthy, Lewis Haxell. Subs: Jamie Ball, Reece Caglar, Sam Jago, Gavin Carter.

Holsworthy man of the match: Callum Martin.

Camelford 1 Sticker 1

CAMELFORD dropped points at home for the second straight match as relegation battlers Sticker earned a point at Trefrew Park.

Having been held by Mullion three days before, Camelford started well and took the lead eight minutes in through Leo Best after an initial shot hit the post.

Sticker have improved in recent games and levelled from the spot towards the end of the first half through Lewis Clapham.

Both teams had chances after the break but it was a point apiece.

CAMELFORD: Josh Colwill; Tom Crowe, Sam Wade, Dan Metherell, Jake Chafer; Ross Beare, Charlie Hambly (capt), Connor Sturdy; Shae Cardiff, Brooklyn Wilkins, Leo Best. Subs: Josh Insley, Nathan Smith, Jacob Williams.

Camels’ man of the match: Charlie Hambly.