Carlsberg South West Peninsula League
Published 9th April 2012
....wet Easter holiday Monday with some important scores around.
Buckland Athletic took a huge step towards earning promotion to the Toolstation Western League as two second half goals from Cameron Kelly and Liam Moseley gave them a 2-0 win away at Plymouth Parkway.
It was the Bolitho Park hosts who could, and together with Falmouth, can still push Buckland the most but the Homers Heath club now need just a maximum of fourteen more points from their remaining eight games to be sure of second spot.
This is good news for those looking over their shoulders at relegation and that most certainly includes Penzance who trekked the long journey to Cullompton Rangers this afternoon, just 1 place apart in the table but Cully chalked up an 8-0 thrashing over the badly out of form visitors.
Penzance have let in seventeen goals in two Easter fixtures. Cullompton, on the other hand, will enjoy holding the record of the highest home win in the Premier all season with the scoreline that was boosted by a five-goal haul from James Blake.
Haye Road, Elburton saw one more goal, nine in total, but a far more even contest with Elburton beating Launceston 5-4 in a real nip and tuck affair.
Villa heroes were the Landricombe brothers who scored all five of the hosts` goals with Levi scoring four times and Mike once.
In the East Division Galmpton United bounced back from Friday`s first defeat of 2012 to beat Exmouth Town 1-0 and stay in contention for runners up spot, the all-important goal coming from Ashley Hoare.