Carlsberg South West Peninsula League
Published 22nd April 2012
....beating lowly Penzance 6-0 at Penlee Park.
Bodmin regain the title they last won in 2009 and become the first team to have won it on three occasions.
The trophy presentation will be made after Wednesday night`s home game with Plymouth Parkway.
On the field, Chris Luxton was the star of the show with a second half hat-trick, whilst Penzance fall one more place to eighteenth in the table and are just one goal shy of conceding 100 this term.
Buckland Athletic will have to wait a little longer to seal promotion to the Toolstation Western League after they lost 2-4 away at Witheridge, the mid-Devon hosts climbing a place to thirteenth on the back of an excellent three points.
Buckland`s next chance to earn the points necessary is on Tuesday when they entertain a Liskeard Athletic side that retained seventh spot by winning 4-2 away at Elburton Villa.
Falmouth Town remain in third and with a mathematical chance of getting second spot after a 5-0 win away at bottom club the Royal Marines.
Saltash United were 3-0 winners at Bovey Tracey in a lunchtime kick-off and that was enough to lift the Ashes to fourth - the final prize money spot.
Launceston slipped to fifth after losing 3-1 at home to sixth-placed Plymouth Parkway.
Elsewhere, a trio of home sides had useful wins with Camelford ending a six-game run without a win by beating Tavistock 2-1 at Trefrew Park, at Poltair a slender 1-0 margin was enough for St Austell to beat Cullompton Rangers and over at Blaise Park the hosts climbed a place to seventeenth as St Blazey beat Ivybridge Town 2-0.