1960 LAUNCESTON K.O CUP Final
STOKE CLIMSLAND 4 ST TUDY 0
LOSING FINALISTS AGAIN
For the second successive year St Tudy has appeared in the final of the Launceston and District Knockout Cup and on each occasion the trophy has eluded them. Last year they were beaten by Calstock by 3-1 and on the Launceston Town ground on Tuesday evening they were beaten by Stoke Climsland by 4 clear goals in this year's final.
The game was evenly contested but sadly lacking in constructive football, both sides making chances through over eagerness. Stoke Climsland got off to a sensational start scoring in the first minute when Evely netted from one of the few good moves in the game. St Tudy came more into the picture with play still on even lines. Stoke however went further ahead when Pengelly made no mistake from a penalty for hands and the interval arrived with Stoke Climsland leading by two goals to nil.
Stoke almost repeated their first half start when from the kick off they went through the St Tudy defence, but the St Tudy goalkeeper made a smart save from the Stoke left winger. Stoke were the more dangerous side and ran out comfortable winners when Evely got two more goals to make his side's tally four.
The cup was presented to the Stoke captain by Mr L.H.Goodman (President of the Launceston and District League) who was introduced by Mr F.T.Honey (North Cornwall representative on the C.C.F.A)