Wadebridge Town 7-2 Launceston
The Bridgers made it 6 points out of 6 in 5 days, with this comprehensive defeat of bottom of the table Launceston.
It was the visitors who shocked their hosts by taking a 7th minute lead when Marius Pislaru scored his 1st goal of the season, but the Bridgers turned it round to lead 3-1 by the 24th minute. First on 11 minutes Jacob Smale levelled the scores with his fourth of the season, then Matt Lloyd converted a penalty on 15 minutes, with Lewis Prince scoring the pick of the 1st half goals with a delightful effort from about 35 yards in the 24th minute.
HT: Bridgers 3-1 Launceston
With the wind at their backs, the visitors began to cause a few problems, but on 62 minutes, it was Ben Williams who calmed the nerves when he thumped home following a corner. Launceston were not finished as on 65 minutes former Bridger, Harry Dwelly scored the visitors second of the game. The Bridgers immediately restored their 3 goal lead as Kyle Flew scored a minute later to effectively kill the game.
Kyle Flew then made it 6-2 to the Bridgers on 78 minutes with a well taken shot into the far corner of the net, and in the second minute of stoppage time, Matt Lloyd had a simple tap in to make it 7 for the rampant Bridgers.
FT: Bridgers 7-2 Launceston
MOM: Matt Lloyd
Referee: Darren Gay. Assistants: Guy Albury & Ashley Morris.
Wadebridge Town Ladies 1-1 Foxhole
The Ladies Team finally got their season started with this home draw with Foxhole.
The Bridgers were ahead at half time when Sonja Wallace-Fox scored her first goal of the season, but they were pegged back in the second half when the visitors hit a leveller.
MOM: Sonja Wallace-Fox and Lexi Sharp
Referee: Paul Cackett
Wadebridge Town U15s 4-4 Torpoint Athletic, AET, Bridgers win 4-3 on Pens
The young Bridgers are through to the second round of the Cornwall Cup after coming from behind to win this tie in thrilling fashion.
They found themselves 0-2 down at half time, and by the 65th minute, they were 0-4 down staring defeat in the face. Ollie Wilson then reduced the arrears, and Alex Johnson then made it 2-4. With growing confidence, Roman Samm made it 3-4. Alex Johnson levelled the scores just before full time to take the tie into extra time. There was no further goalscoring, so the match went to a penalty shootout. After Alfie Blake, Reece Davie and Roman Samm had all been successful, it was left to Alex Johnson to score the winner.
FT: 4-4 (4-3 0n Pens)
MOM: Alex Johnson
Referee: Gary Cornish
Wadebridge Town U13s 4-6 Bodmin
One other result from today, the U13s lost 4-6 to Bodmin