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Bridgers are made to fight all the way

By Cornish Guardian  |  Posted: February 13, 2013

HIT MAN:  Dobwalls' Simon Skews, who scored twice in the 5-2 victory at Porthleven, takes the ball past Tom Annear during Saturday's tie at Gala Parc.    by Keith Richards.

HIT MAN: Dobwalls' Simon Skews, who scored twice in the 5-2 victory at Porthleven, takes the ball past Tom Annear during Saturday's tie at Gala Parc. by Keith Richards.

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CORNWALL CHARITY CUP

WADEBRIDGE Town booked their place in the semi-finals of the Cornwall Charity Cup after overcoming a potential upset against East Cornwall Premier League outfit Bude Town.

It did take extra-time for the Bridgers to eventually see off the challenge of Town though.

Wadebridge took the lead within a minute through Liam Ames, but a second half free-kick from Dave Youlden sent the game into extra-time.

Two goals from Dan Jennings made it 3-1 to Wadebridge, before a Youlden penalty made for a nervy finish as the SWPL side held on for the win.

Dobwalls were 5-2 winners at Porthleven in their quarter-final clash.

They had to come from behind after Port's Freddie Williams had given the hosts the lead. That was soon cancelled out by Jack Bartlett and they then took the lead through Joe Knight.

Simon Skews added a third goal for Dobwalls after the break, before Porthleven hit back through Williams.

The visitors, though, made sure of victory with goals from Dan Lawrence and a Skews penalty.

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