Carlsberg South Western League Callington Town 0 Launceston 2 PLAYING their first game since the end of October, Callington were not only match rusty, but were again given a serious lesson in what they are missing at the moment ? a striker. Launceston took full advantage of their hosts? problems and grabbed all three points thanks to a 30th minute strike from Dan Tilley, and a 65th minute header across the goal from Jamie Ahearne after being found by ex-Town player Tom Barwell. This was a better performance than in previous games, but the Town management know that things will need to improve as they enter the busy Christmas period, starting with Saturday?s visit of new boys Goonhavern. Then on Boxing Day Town face the 11.30am game at Bolitho Parc, home of Plymouth Parkway before hosting Millbrook in the league on December 31, timing to be confirmed. Jeffreys Estate Agents Duchy League Cup First Round Callington Town 4 Gorran 2 WHILST eleven teams progressed into the third round on Saturday, Callington finally got their league cup campaign off to a start at the fourth attempt with this hard working victory over a spirited fourth division outfit. Pete Jonas, Simon Beale, a scorcher from Chris Canham, and another Nathan Dore strike secured victory to the youngsters. They will be looking forward to continuing the performance when they travel to Tywardreath RBL in the Duchy League Division Two on Saturday. With a lack of games, Callington have slipped down the table but the whole club is confident that they can begin to climb back when they start to catch up on league games.
The ups and downs of Town
Thursday 15th December 2005 12:00 am