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Bradshaw scratching the surface of Godolphin“s potential

By Tom Howe 1st February 2018

Bradshaw scratching the surface of Godolphin“s potential
FRESH IMPETUS: Godolphin Atlantic player/manager Ashley Bradshaw has successfully guided the club away from the relegation zone since his appointment in October

MANAGER Ashley Bradshaw was left ‘really pleased’ after his Godolphin Atlantic side built a strong foundation for the rest of the season by beating Ivybridge Town 7-1 on Saturday. Godolphin moved quickly to transfer the South West Peninsula Premier Division fixture over to the all-weather 3G pitch at Newquay Tretherras followin...

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