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Full Name: Oliver Ralph Chenoweth
Born: 17 February 1992
Came from: Bideford Went to: Released
First game: 28 April 2012 Last game: 28 April 2012
Appearances: 1 (1/0) Goals: 0
Chenoweth was a product of Argyle's development outpost in Stoke Climsland, first signing Centre of Excellence forms in 2005 after playing for Venterdon in the Devon Junior and Minor League. A former pupil of Liskeard Community College, he played representative football for Cornwall Schools and progressed through the Home Park youth set up to the reserve team, signing a professional contract in May 2010.
Despite some impressive performances for the reserve side, he was released in May 2011 due to the club's financial problems. After a successful six-month spell with Bideford, Chenoweth was brought back to Home Park in December 2011 by Carl Fletcher and Romain Larrieu, who rated him highly during his earlier time with the club, on a contract until the end of the season.
Shortly after, Chenoweth moved to Conference South side Truro City on loan but was recalled in April 2012 due to an injury to Jake Cole. He made his first team debut three weeks later at Morecambe and was handed a contract extension at the end of the campaign. In November 2012 he was loaned to Southern League Premier Division club Frome Town for a month, making three appearances before being released from Home Park, for a second time, at the end of the 2012–13 season.
He subsequently re-signed for Truro City, who had been relegated to the Southern League, this time on a permanent contract.
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