South West Peninsula Premier League Champions Buckland Athletic retained the Charity Bowl with a convincing 6-2 win over Throgmorton Cup winners Plymouth Parkway.

In the game played at Okehampton Argyles' Simmons Park, Liam Moseley gave Bucks an early lead, which Glynn Hobbs cancelled out soon after.

Player-manager Antony Lynch restored the lead before the break and then, early in the second half, goals from Moseley and new signing Gary Fisher made it 4-1.

Parkway did pull one back through Danny Brook, but it was Buckland who finished the stronger, with Fisher, with his second, and a Simon Revell free kick completing the route.

League president Carl Throgmorton was on hand to present the medals and bowl.

Tomorrow, Buckland start their title defence when they welcome Torpoint Athletic to Homers Heath, kick-off 3pm.

l The first game in the South West Peninsula League 2011/12 season saw West Division Champions Camelford narrowly take the Charity Vase from East Division counter-parts Liverton United.

The game burst into life midway through the first period as Shane Shobrook and Simon Lewcock scored quick goals to give the Devon side a 2-0 interval lead.

Early in the second half Camelford hit back with Mark Gusterson and Ryan Pooley making it 2-2.

The East side then retook the lead through Liam Ford, but the game ended 3-3 after Pooley levelled.

Penalty kicks were needed to find a winner and that proved difficult as the first ten spot kicks – five from each side – were all scored.

Camelford went first on the sudden death and scored, before Liverton's Rob Hemming blazed his effort over the bar to give the Camels a 6-5 edge.

The Charity Vase was presented by Maurice Sweeney of league sponsors Carlsberg.