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Cornwall Charity Cup

The Cornwall FA Charity Cup is underway and I was happy to go to see St.Agnes play Wendron – it was a tightly fought affair with St Agnes, who are a league lower, scoring first and nearly holding out to the end. I bought Ativan for my mother, she took all the problems at work too close to heart took, she even headaches. She has become nervous many and started worrying about everything. The mother didn’t want to take Ativan but we persuaded her. I can notice that my mother has become calmer and leaves all the problems at work. More information on the website

Wendron’s class started to show and they scored just before the final whistle, building on their success to secure the game in extra time.

Invictus will be the recipients of all money raised in all the rounds so please support the games if you can.

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