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  • Westren feels the benefit of extended run in first team

    By Western Morning News at 21:12 on 21/10/13
    Murray Westren has played in all seven of Redruth's National League Two South games this season
    Redruth's versatile back Murray Westren says he is reaping the benefits of a consistent run in the team at fly-half this season. Westren has featured fully in all seven of his side's National League Two South games so far this term. And most of his time has been spent as a No.10 with regular starter Paul Thirlby still unavailable through injury. The ever-improving Westren won the man-of-the-match award for his part in Redruth's 26-14...
  • Goodfellow's late lunge earns Redruth bonus-point victory

    By Western Morning News at 04:00 on 21/10/13
    Redruth celebrate Greg Goodfellow's try surrounded by dejected Exmouth players  PICTURE: Simon Bryant/Pinnacle
    REDRUTH may have seen off two former Cornish All Blacks head coaches in as many home games, but this latest National Two South success at the Recreation Ground was perhaps a little harder on the eye than most. It took Redruth until the last play of the game to earn their fourth try and the bonus point in a dogged 26-14 victory over Jon Hill's Exmouth. And just as Hill's former Launceston colleague, Chris Brown, was left to rue an...
  • Ilfracombe beaten by late goal from Street

    By Western Morning News at 04:00 on 21/10/13
    Street's Steve Murray (right) scored to sink Ilfracombe Town
    ILFRACOMBE TOWN conceded an 89th-minute goal to lose 1-0 at third-placed Street in the Western League Premier Division. Street's Steve Murray fired a warning shot with a second-half free-kick that smashed off the crossbar, before racing through to score late on. Ilfracombe remain fourth from bottom of the top flight ahead of their home return against Sherborne Town next Saturday. Bodmin Town and current leaders Ivybridge Town both...
  • Inexperienced Exmouth pay for a lack of discipline, admits disappointed Hill

    By Western Morning News at 04:00 on 21/10/13
    Exmouth coach Jon Hill. Picture: Pinnacle
    EXMOUTH head coach Jon Hill admitted his side's indiscipline made defeating Redruth a hugely challenging task at the Recreation Ground. The Cockles were beaten 26-14 by the Cornish club with Hill's men spending 20 of the 80 minutes down to 14 men. James Harris and Stuart Lowe were shown yellow cards, one in each half, as Redruth applied pressure over sustained periods in both halves. However, Exmouth were still on course for a...
  • Middleton looks to green grass of home

    By Western Morning News at 04:00 on 19/10/13
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    Ilfracombe Town player-manager Ross Middleton is looking forward to home comforts following today's Toolstation Western League Premier Division trip to Street. Middleton admitted: "After playing nine of the last ten games away it will be great to get back home to Marlborough Park." Mark Clunie – signed by Middleton last week to replace the Bluebirds boss in midfield – hit Ilfracombe's winner in Wednesday's 2-1...

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