St Blazey concede two second half goals and loose 1v3 in awful conditions. Constant heavy rain and wind during the whole afternoon made conditions difficult. St Blazey had equalised in the first half with a Jordan Hogan header at the far post after the Camelford goalkeeper could only push the ball in the air from a deep cross. Camelford had taken the lead with a corner that was bundled over the line by St Blazey goalkeeper Liam Joyce. St Blazey had the best chances to go in at the break in front but never took their chances. That was to prove costly as Camelford improved after the break and scored twice to earn all three points.
Full time, St Blazey 1v3 Camelford. Att.72, Away 10.