IT’S not often that all the Post area clubs in SWPL Premier West action win on the same day, but that was the case on Saturday.

The quartet of Bude Town, Callington Town, Holsworthy and Launceston all emerged victorious, while Camelford had the weekend off.

Bude beat Bodmin Town 3-1 at Broadclose Park.

Billy Hopcroft put the Seasiders in front after just nine minutes, and doubled the lead on the stroke of half-time.

Sonny Dover pulled one back for Town early in the second half, but an own goal ensured the points stayed at Broadclose Park.

Across the A3072 at Holsworthy, the Magpies ground out a narrow victory over fellow top-six hopefuls Dobwalls.

Jedd Peschke grabbed the all-important goal five minutes before the break after tapping in debutant Gary Clarke’s cross.

However the result of the day, which earned Launceston the ‘SWPL Team of the Week’ award with 31% of the vote, saw the Clarets win 3-1 at top four hopefuls Wadebridge Town.

Early goals in the second half from Liam Raglan and Dan Clifton put the visitors 2-0 up, before Mike Steele’s penalty gave them even more breathing space.

And although Morgan Vallejo’s late consolation got Town on the board, the Clarets moved up a place to 13th in the table after Mullion’s defeat to Newquay.

Callington Town bounced back from their 6-0 drubbing at St Austell a week earlier by seeing off high-flying Wendron United 1-0.

Sub Taran Goodright got the all important final touch in the final ten minutes to keep them firmly in the top ten.

Elsewhere in the division, Newquay won 3-0 at Mullion and second-placed St Austell proved too strong for Penzance in West Cornwall, running out 4-0 winners.

Leaders Liskeard Athletic were left frustrated as their trip to St Dennis was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.

See this week’s Post for reports from all the games.