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Landrake Short Mat Bowls Club claimed victory in the Jess Broad Triples tournament at Withiel.
A TEAM of under-14 footballers from Saltash.
DOBWALLS’ under-14s made the trip to Brittany, in France, last weekend for an
end-of-season tour, which saw them play
two matches against local opposition.
AFTER Looe Sailing Club’s midweek
meeting was blown out, last Saturday was also in doubt.
Jolly’s Drinks Cornwall League
DIVISION FIVE (EAST)
Grampound Road v.
Durning Lawrence Cornwall Charity Cup final
(played at Truro City’s Treyew Road ground)
Dobwalls’ hopes of lifting their first Senior silverware were ended in front of a crowd of 155 at Treyew Road, as they were well beaten by fellow Division One West side Sticker.
THE Duchy College football team recorded a convincing 5-0 victory over Bicton College in their final match of the season to clinch the British Colleges Sport (BCS) South West Division title.
LOOE Sailing Club hosted the Mirror Western Championships last weekend, with crews in the six-race series enjoying a good breeze in the Bay.
Jolly’s Drinks Cornwall Premier 50/50 Cup (East)
CALLINGTON hit the ground running with an emphatic win over Grampound Road at Moores Park in the Premier Fifty50 Cup.
THE Saltash spring series took place over four Saturdays in April, with racing both in Plymouth Sound and up river to Saltash.
BOTH Queens teams were involved in close encounters in the latest round of Torpoint Pool League fixtures, though they had the matches won before the final frame.
LISKEARD ran out deserved victors over Kilkhampton to book their place in the final of the East Cornwall Under-16 League Cup.
STUART Dudley’s final game in charge of Saltash United did not end in a manner befitting his reign at Kimberley Stadium, as Paul Blatchford’s Liskeard Athletic side thoroughly deserved their 3-1 win under the Lux Park floodlights on Wednesday night.
LISKEARD Cougars welcomed bottom-of-the-table Newquay to Lux Park for their final home Cornwall Netball League game of the campaign and recorded a superb 41-30 victory.
BAR Mez (Torpoint) are up to fifth in the Cornwall Super League Darts Men’s Premier East table following a 10-2 victory over Q Bar (Bodmin).
SPRING finally arrived last Saturday, much to the delight of Looe Sailing Club members, as the biggest fleet of the season, 27 boats took to the water.
LISKEARD’s under-16 girls booked their place in next month’s County Cup final following an excellent 4-2 victory over their Grasshoppers counterparts.
LISKEARD Athletic might have ended a run of five straight defeats with a goal-less draw against Bovey Tracey at Lux Park, but they can count themselves unlucky not to have come away with all three Carlsberg South West Peninsula League Premier Division points.
Will you continue to park in Cornwall Council owned car parks now that increased parking charges have come into effect?