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Millbrook lay ahead for Newquay

By Gareth Rowett 6th December 2017

Millbrook lay ahead for Newquay
HANDS ON: Newquay captain Jack Bray-Evans holds off a Wendron United defender during Saturday´s 2-1 win at Mount Wise

A DANNY O’Hagan double kept alive Newquay’s dream of lifting their first Cornwall Senior Cup in 26 years, as the Peppermints overcame the challenge of lower-division Wendron United. Veteran O’Hagan showed his prowess from set-pieces, getting on the end of two to help reflect Newquay’s dominance, however, Wendron mad...

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