Chidzoy left to rue fortune as Vospers crash to Perranporth
DIVISION ONE WEST Vospers Oak Villa...4 Perranporth...7
NAIVE defending plus an injury to goalkeeper Bradley Agar left Vospers boss Adam Chidzoy cursing his luck as his side crashed to a second successive home defeat in an 11-goal thriller.
Vospers found themselves a goal down after just seven minutes when Rob Stapleton headed a Dean Harris free-kick past Agar.
Vospers responded in style with visiting keeper Andy Butcher denying Jamie Honeywill before the latter's cross was hit against the post by Harry Eaton only for Steve Kidd to follow up and fire home a 21st minute equaliser.
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Unfortunately Vospers were still celebrating as play switched to the other end and Bryan Hawke shot home from 12 yards to restore Perran's lead.
Vospers put the visitors under pressure with Honeywill and Kidd denied by Butcher before Rikki Allen's 15-yard drive was deflected on to the outside of the post.
The home side were deservedly rewarded five minutes before the break when Allen's great long pass put in Honeywill to round Butcher to score.
The second half began with a flurry of goals as Ed Wilton restored Perran's lead, but the home side hit back to lead 4-3 thanks to James Hobin's spectacular volley and Dave Evans' free-kick which picked out Honeywill, unmarked, at the far post to volley home.
Unfortunately for Vospers Agar suffered a leg injury in diving bravely at Reg Pearson's feet and he could only watch as Hawke fired home from the edge of the box.
The Vospers defence went missing as Dean Harris rose at the far post to head the visitors into the lead.
Agar's lack of mobility saw his punch allow Josh Burton to superbly volley home at the far post before Hawke completed a fine hat-trick a minute from time.
Mousehole...0 Callington Town...7
TOWN bounced back from the disappointment of their Senior Cup defeat at Helston by taking out their frustration on the Seagulls.
Lee Beer's side took just eight minutes to make the breakthrough at Trungle Park. Brothers Dean and Kirk Smith combined to put in Luke Brown who drove into the roof of the net from 14 yards.
A second goal followed 12 minutes later when Dean Smith's corner was headed home by Dan Jefferis.
But it was a further 35 minutes before Town added to their tally. Dean Smith picked up a loose ball inside the area and fired low into the bottom corner.
Callington brought on experienced striker Andy Sargent on the hour, and within a minute he fired low into the net from 10 yards.
The home defence was now in tatters and Kirk Smith intercepted a pass and burst clear and slotted the ball into the corner from eight yards. Ryan Lucassi then fired home a loose ball and the rout was completed on 80 minutes after good link up play, on edge of the box, between Lucassi and Sargent culminated in the latter shooting home from 15 yards.
DIVISION ONE EAST Plymstock Utd...3 Galmpton Utd...4
THE Dean Cross ground staff's valiant efforts to get the game on, despite the torrential overnight rain, counted for nothing as their favourites succumbed to form side Galmpton by the odd goal in seven.
The home side started slowly and were made to pay for their lethargy when they fell behind on 10 minutes. Lloyd Clarke set up Dan Rankin and he drove the ball past keeper Paul Pethick from 12 yards.
Five minutes later things got decidedly worse for the home side when Alex Bayliss latched on to a through ball. Although Pethick parried his first effort, the striker followed up and made no mistake with his second.
United were struggling to get a foothold on the game and Rankin again went close with an effort that shaved the upright before, on the half hour, they gave themselves a lifeline.
The visitors' rearguard failed to deal with a Tom Cole cross which allowed James Yates to sneak in and drive past Simon Primmer.
Rankin was again to the fore, deceiving Will Warner before driving narrowly over, but the with the interval approaching Galmpton regained their two-goal advantage when Robbie Bowker scored direct from a corner.
There was still time for a back- pedalling Primmer to turn an Aaron Hulme header over the bar but the interval arrived with no addition to the score.
The home side emerged for the second period with all guns blazing and Primmer once again had to be at his best to turn a Hulme shot over, after it had taken a deflection off Richard Whatman.
United were not to be denied, giving themselves a fighting chance when a Craig Roberts corner caused mayhem and Lewis Young was on hand to touch a header just over the line.
It was now all Plymstock and with 20 minutes remaining they drew level when debutant Ryan Campbell, who had been on the field for less than five minutes, curled a 25-yard free kick out of the reach of Primmer and just under the crossbar.
The hosts' joy was short-lived as five minutes later Bayliss collected a ball wide on the right to send a dipping volley over Pethick and in to the net for a worthy winner.