Cornwall Senior Cup

Cornwall Senior Cup

Cornwall Senior Cup

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The Cornwall County Football Association Senior Cup, commonly known as the Cornwall Senior Cup, is a knockout cup competition in English football for clubs based in Cornwall, run by and named after the Cornwall County Football Association. It is a County Cup competition involving clubs from the South West Peninsula League and Cornwall Combination.

As of the 2010–11 season, the competition is called the Westinsure Senior Cup for sponsorship reasons. The reigning champions are Bodmin Town, who were retained the cup on 25 April 2011, defeating St Austell by three goals to two at Trevassick Park in Hayle.


The competition was created in 1892 by the Cornwall County Football Association to provide a knockout tournament for the county's clubs. The inugural tournament was won by Penzance in 1893. The competition didn't take place between 1915 and 1919 due to the First World War, and again between 1939 and 1945 due to the Second World War. In previous years, clubs were grouped together in earlier rounds due to Cornwall's geography, with a runners-up match being played alongside the final. This was discontinued in 1978, with the Cornwall Junior Cup taking its place. Both matches are played on Easter Monday at a neutral venue.


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