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Richard Chown

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  1. Goonhavern 1 Carharrack 4 Really proud to be part of this match, well refereed by Kevin Knowles. Not a single card for any player just a good hard played football match. In praise of Goonhavern players not once did I hear them give myself running the line or the match official any abuse. Everyone shook hands afterwards and enjoyed a beer in the clubhouse. The first half was goalless but did not reflect the amount of chances that both teams had. Some fine saves the the goalkeepers. Goonhavern attacked Carharrack and were unlucky to to have scored. The second half Carharrack had to up a gear and after the interval were rewarded when Bradley Leviers head met the ball from a corner to take the lead. Shortly afterwards in form Ed Wilton took the ball through into the box to extend the lead. As Carharrack started to take control Goonhavern were still battling forward but just couldn't get the ball into the net. The game appeared to be finished when visiting striker Ryan Stephens made it 3-0 but not to be outdone Goonhavern striker Matt Babsy played great attacking football ran through the Carharrack defence only to lob the goalkeeper from 25 yards out. But with 5 minutes to go Carharrack were awarded a direct free kick, up stepped Mark Hollands who's strike went to the bottom left hand corner. The final whistle blew. Thank you for the hospitality afterwards.
  2. Dave I'm think that creating a central division would accomdate those clubs pulled between West and East. Plymouth centric. Cut down travelling, increase attendances, concentrate referees (and associated costs). It would give those clubs who want to play a higher standard but not cripple clubs financially. The clubs could still all compete for a promotion to SWPL Premier if their cucumstances permit.
  3. What are people's thoughts on creating a SWPL central division alongside West and East?
  4. Football is all about opinions. Last week it was one goal and no yellows. This week saw 8 goals, a penalty, countless yellows and a red card. It was a lively affair and the crowd certainly got value for money. Spent most of the morning hand painting the lines as they had washed away to get the game on. Doesnt really matter what the player said, the player was in the heat of the moment, the referee dealt with it with a card, whistle blown for full time, we move on. I've had to deal with people putting guns to my head so not really bothered about people shouting a few obsentities at football. Referees try their best along with the likes of myself who help assist on weekends as volunteers. We are not robots. Some weeks you might even get some praise from the opposition supporters. People behind me said I got it right at the time so we will have to agree to disagree. People see games in different lights as you can see from above. We go onto the weekend whoever it may be.
  5. How's carharrick pitch looking pal ?

  6. Jollys Cornwall Combination League FULL TIME Link http://full-time.thefa.com/Index.do?league=2469969 Cornwall Combo Website http://www.cornwallcomboleague.co.uk/nindex.html ECPL Website http://www.football.mitoo.co.uk/News.cfm?LeagueCode=ECRNW2013&NB=0
  7. Just upgraded the forum. Fingers crossed!

  8. Currently Upgrading Forum

  9. Testing for all those that use Twitter at matches!