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Dave Deacon

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  1. Not sure by the sounds of it what line-ups there will be tonight as clubs suggest injuries and of course players from the county youth side being rested ahead of Saturday's history making FA County Youth Cup final on Saturday.
  2. Both sides played their part in a semi-final that was a lot tighter than expected
  3. Callington Town 0-2 Plymouth Parkway Camelford 0-4 Plymouth Argyle Reserves Newquay 0-3 Bodmin Town
  4. This argument has all come about because up until a couple of seasons ago the competition had a two legged semi final.
  5. Please feel free to post your postponement, result, goalscorers and post-match comments Premier Division Torpoint Ath v LC Phoenix KMD Developments Cup St Dennis v Queens Rangers
  6. Please feel free to post your postponement, result, goalscorers and post-match comments TUESDAY, March 28 2017 Premier Division Wendron Utd v Camborne SoM WEDNESDAY, March 29 2017 Division 2 Mawnan Res v Storm Division 4 Carharrack Res v New Inn Titans Stithians Res v Troon Res
  7. To be fair - not too much comment about any of the games!
  8. Tuesday March 28 CARLSBERG SOUTH WEST PENINSULA LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION Callington Town 2-3 Plymouth Parkway Camelford 0-4 Plymouth Argyle Reserves Newquay 0-8 Bodmin Town DIVISION ONE (WEST) Liskeard Athletic 0-1 Plymouth Marjon Wadebridge Town 4-2 Mousehole Wednesday March 29 CARLSBERG SOUTH WEST PENINSULA LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION Exmouth Town v Torpoint Athletic (7.45 pm) Tiverton Town Reserves v Launceston
  9. Wednesday March 29 (7.30 pm unless otherwise stated) CARLSBERG SOUTH WEST PENINSULA LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION Exmouth Town v Torpoint Athletic (7.45 pm) Tiverton Town Reserves v Launceston
  10. Tuesday March 28 (7.30 pm unless otherwise stated) CARLSBERG SOUTH WEST PENINSULA LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION Callington Town v Plymouth Parkway Camelford v Plymouth Argyle Reserves Newquay v Bodmin Town
  11. A low scoring week! Up to & incl Sat Mar 25 2017 POS PREVIOUS POSITION FORUM MEMBER CORRECT SCORELINES CORRECT RESULTS POINTS THIS WEEK PREVIOUS TOTAL NEW RUNNING TOTAL 1 1 midlandlilywhite 0 5 50 3170 3220 2 2 S Abbo 0 5 50 3150 3200 2 3 Lloydy 1 5 90 3110 3200 4 4 quiksilver 0 4 40 3030 3070 5 5 Marypoppins 1 4 80 2880 2960 6 6 Bobjfh 0 6 60 2860 2920 7 6 Dave Deacon 0 5 50 2860 2910 8 8 motherwontletmegoargyle 0 6 60 2830 2890 9 9 Soccer Follower 0 6 60 2810 2870 9 9 baldy 0 6 60 2810 2870 11 11 Sticker Forever 0 5 50 2750 2800 12 13 davegrose 1 4 80 2650 2730 13 12 Willow Tree 0 2 20 2690 2710 14 14 Chris Davey 0 4 40 2520 2560 15 15 Smeethy09 0 3 30 2510 2540 16 16 r2000 0 3 30 2440 2470 17 17 The Windmill On The Shirt 0 3 30 2280 2310 18 18 100%cornish 0 3 30 2260 2290 19 19 Paul 0 0 0 2090 2090 20 20 Jamesy7 0 0 0 1980 1980 21 21 cornishlegend 0 0 0 1950 1950 22 22 Adam Tonkin 0 0 0 1850 1850 23 23 secretscout 0 0 0 1840 1840 24 24 Humpfry 0 0 0 1770 1770 25 25 JENGLE 0 0 0 1500 1500 26 26 Mr Cornwall 0 0 0 1240 1240 27 27 Rolling with the times 0 0 0 980 980 28 28 leedsunited 0 0 0 960 960 29 29 magpie291 0 0 0 720 720 30 30 TURNIP TED 0 0 0 650 650 31 31 Bunners 0 0 0 630 630 32 32 CTID 0 0 0 480 480 33 33 Mike Odgers 0 0 0 400 400 34 34 Ivory Toast 0 0 0 310 310 35 35 Small Prancing Ferrett 0 0 0 130 130 36 36 Marksy 0 0 0 110 110 37 37 SID 0 0 0 90 90 38 38 Ric Flair 0 0 0 80 80 39 39 Big Al 0 1 10 40 50 40 40 stokefan1 0 0 0 20 20 40 40 Paul Pearce 0 0 0 20 20 40 40 Asterix 0 0 0 20 20 43 43 Jasa 0 0 0 10 10
  12. The news from Truro City Chairman Peter Masters about the ground from yesterday's interview with BBC Radio Cornwall:- "We’ve got a Ground inspection of Bodmin's at the beginning of April 2017, so subject to the ground inspection and other matters it is a possibility we will do that ground share. But it is important to highlight it is an option to ground share and not a certainty. That is very important." Peter then went onto say :"Truro City have now secured an agreement yesterday [Friday] with JIL [the Treyew Road ground owners] and Helical [the Treyew Road developers] to remain at Treyew Road until the end of next season [2017-18] , so we've actually secured that position." However, then the statement continued :"That does not mean that Truro City will be playing all of its home matches at Treyew Road. This is all subject to a relocation agreement which is being signed with Helical and JIL and depending on circumstances we could actually start at Treyew Road and end up at Bodmin Town , so that could well be a possibility. Not ideal, but a possibility." Then an update on Silverbow:- "Now the circumstances will be that the solution to Silverbow has been found and that's Truro City has secured a permanent home. We've got a solution to the Silverbow, but I can't let any more detail out until that's all signed and dusted in the next few days. In the event that the Silverbow solution is not found, or there's some other problems, the owners can in fact evict us, but they have guaranteed not to enforce the eviction until the end of next season.[2017-18]. “So basically what will happen is we will carry on playing football at Treyew Road next season , they will start their eviction proceedings, we will defend it as a worse case scenario and whoever is successful, no action could be taken until the end of next season. That's what we've agreed with these people. “The National League are fully aware of the situation and are very supportive, but in short Truro City’s got everything to play for both on and off the pitch , so it's a case of let me carry on what I'm doing, my work to try and get everything buttoned down and just carry on playing the football and try and stay in this league.” Should it come to having to play at Bodmin, funds are available to upgrade Priory Park :”We’ve got a certain amount of money aside to improve Bodmin Town, which is very good and useful, now providing those costs don't exceed what we've put by, then that will be the option. I don't want to complicate things further, but the Torquay option is still there, but I don't want to use it, but it will only come into play if all the costs are prohibited but I can see at this point the Bodmin Town, after my initial inspection, is a doable scenario.” “Part of the agreement with Helical and JIL is that I've got funds secured to cover the costs for Bodmin Town. It might sound complicated, but the last six weeks have been hectic. But rest assured I'm fighting tooth and nail to make sure that Truro City comes out of this with a ground.” “I'm close to that solution and hopefully probably Monday afternoon or maybe even Tuesday we’ll be able to let something go a bit more which will secure which everyone will know.”
  13. Final Group table
  14. 4-2 win for Truro today in front of 483 attendance. Goals from Neal (2), Harvey and Cooke