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The Saints go marching on

By Gareth Rowett 22nd March 2017

The Saints go marching on
FINAL COUNTDOWN: Craig Coad is congratulated by teammates after scoring the winner

AFTER being defeated in last year’s final St Stephen will be hoping to go one step better this year after reaching the final Cornwall Junior Cup final for the second year in a row. Craig Coad’s header ten minutes from time was enough to seal the Saints’ safe passage into next month’s final. They will now face St Mi...

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