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News Archive > Sport > Into the last eight for first time in 36 years

Into the last eight for first time in 36 years

By Gareth Rowett 11th January 2018

Into the last eight for first time in 36 years
Andrew Butler evades Launceston´s Ruben Kane

STICKER await Monday’s draw for the quarter-finals of the Cornwall Senior Cup to find out who they will face after reaching the last eight last weekend.

The Clay Country side beat Launceston to book their place in the last eight for the first time in 36 years with Matt Lloyd’s fifth goal of the season sealing their place in the hat for the draw.

Sticker player-manager Andrew Avery was back in the starting line-up for the game and he played his part in an excellent defensive display along with Jack Walker, captain Mikey Rowles-Jane, Sam Kenny and 16-year-old goalkeeper Ethan Elwell, in for the cup-tied Jamie Blatchford...

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By Gareth Rowett 11th January 2018

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