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  1. I find it difficult to understand why the ECPL might wish to admit Newquay, bearing in mind their record of 1 point awarded from 36 games and a whole string of issues resulting in a total of 15 points deducted this season. Not a great CV!
  2. Can't blame the guys for moving on from Bodmin to somewhere they will be appreciated, but what happened to the Nanpean link?
  3. Thanks for the generous words. We felt that we were the better side today and could have had a few more goals but happy with what we got. It's not been an easy season for us but winning the 3 games we thought we could in the last month or so enabled us to have a satisfactory end to the season - we've just got back from the pub and can now look forward to our End of Season Dinner & Presentation Evening next weekend with a little more enthusiasm. Commiserations to St Columb Major - always tough opponents - but I am sure they will be back. Thanks too to AFC Bodmin who gave us a tough game today and never gave up at any point. Just glad that we survived - hope I can now survive the inevitable hangover! Allan, Grampound FC chairman
  4. Grampound Res. 1-2 St Stephen Res. Congratulations to our local friends and rivals St Stephen for what ended up as a deserved win for them. Grampound certainly had the better of the first half, went a goal up and should have had 2 or 3 more, but we didn't! Grampound looked very comfortable at the back but a strange penalty was awarded to St Stephen shortly after half time and few people seemed to know what for, including most players of both teams and spectators. They converted it and scored again soon after following a bit of confusion in the Grampound defence. Both sides had chances to equalise or extend their lead in the last 20 minutes as Grampound pushed forward but neither side could convert. With their improved second half St Stephen just shaded it and marginally deserved to pick up the trophy.
  5. Duchy 1: Grampound 5-2 Gunnislake (HT 2-2) Grampound kept their Division 1 survival hopes alive with a well-deserved win, Grampound scorers were Martin Baker (4) and Adam Hayne. Grampound had enough first half chances to be well ahead but couldn't make them count and a lack of concentration allowed the visitors to take the lead twice. Grampound showed a little more composure in the second half and gradually pulled away but Gunnislake always looked a threat (and in my opinion played better than they did last week when they beat us). Thanks to Gunnislake for a good cometitive game and now it's on to next week when only a win will do against Bodmin.
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  10. Grampound gave themselves a good chance of survival in Division 1 with a solid 2-0 wiin at AFC Bodmin on Tuesday. The team now needs 5 points fron 4 games (against Gerrans, Bodmin again and Gunnislake twice) to keep their Division 1 status. Grampound Reserves confirmed their Division 3 status after beating High Street 4-3 and North Petherwin Reserves losing tonight. It looked like it might be a cricket score with Grampound 3-0 up after 20 minutes and coasting but a spirited High Street came back to 3-3 after some lacklustre home defending. Grampound grabbed the winner within seconds of High Street's equaliser to win the game with the best passing move of the match.
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  12. Well done to our neighbours Tregony to pick up their first win of the season. Grampound Res. were awful from start to finish, missing a string of good chances and defending poorly througout. Nobody could deny Tregony a bit of good luck and they made the most of it, but just a pity that only 3 of the Tregony lads thought it appropriate to come back to the Dolphin for food and a drink.
  13. Ref now appointed. Thanks Paul Murphy!
  14. I have always been told that in cases like this the assistant ref should stand still with the flag raised vertically above the head until acknowledged by the referee. However, seems a bit trivial by the ref in this case!
  15. There's no ref for the Grampound v St Dennis semi final at the moment and Paul Murphy feels that it is unlikely he will be able to appoint one. If there is anyone out there available, please get in touch on 07967 207577. Thanks