Mike Odgers

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  1. I am sure you could find that od goal somewhere in the records Mark-any own goals that you made a challenge on and may have got the finest of last touches lol I seem to remember an own goal at Launceston where you reckon you had the claim on. With these rolling subs can a player come onto the pitch after a penalty has been awarded and take the spotkick?
  2. Would Robbie Morris have an attendace figure for my record please? The CCFa dont register the gate count for Senior Cup games -unlike the SWPL
  3. Good luck to my old works club they will certainly enjoy their day up East. btw if its not too late for programmme its HOLMAN Sports Club F C (not Holmans)
  4. Camborne Athletic playing ajacent to a Rugby ground-that would probably be the Old Holman S C complex at Wheal Gerry (across N Roskear Rd from Park Road) but very close. The football pitch now gone was used by Holman S C and Camborne School of Mines in their very short stay in the Combination League in the early 1960's The Rugby ground was and until recently the home of Veor Rugby Club since 1966 but most of the land is now taken up by Rosemellin School. After thought. I do believe Camborne Athletic did play next to The Camborne Rugby ground at Crane Road in the very early days.
  5. Rocky Neal did it on his own last season
  6. Dont want to embarrass Tom but how many Central defenders (The No.6 shirt) have scored over 50 goals in Cornish football? Tom netted 53 from his 460 Falmouth appearances (1978-94) and only missed 27 games in his time at Bickland. Never seen the Red card and received only two bookings for rash challenges. He will be recognised as scoring the 3000th. Falmouth goal at Poltair Park 1993 and has scored one hat trick v Holsworthy 1985. On a lighter note he backed up (The Mathews F A Cup Final 1953) by claiming "The Matthews Semi Final" SWL Cup by scoring both goals with the winning goal a overhead scissors kick in 1992. Sorry Tom LOL
  7. I was thinking as a matter of interest as now Jake has gone he was probably the last to get home last season-Oh and then there is Cody Cooke. not a big football appetite to play on a wet winter Monday night so far away but perhaps it will be more local next season with the squad closer to home at Plainmoor. Definitely not having a dig at Truro just putting it all into perspective
  8. How many of Truro City live in Cornwall?- It must have been an almost empty coach when it arrived back home from Hungerford.
  9. As you guessed Mark there was no programme and therfore no idea what the standard of the Antony team without names. Antony were in mid table of the Plymouth & District League Division 1 ( below the Premier Division). Falmouth line up -Dave Philp-Andy Duncan-Mark Hope-Chris Long-Mike Leech-Tommy Matthews(Duncan Powell 62m)-Timmy Allen(Mark Menhennick 79m)-George Torrance(C)-Gary Harrison-Mark Rapsey-Nigel Thwaites---injured Dave Gardner Scorers-Rapsey 4 (13m.H,61m,85m,90m)--Matthews 2(24m,40mH)-Torrance 2 (58m,77m)-Harrison 41m-Thwaites 45m Referee Larry Marsh (St.Austell)
  10. What I remember from the 1990-91 Senior Cup tie at Antony was entering the ground through a farmers gate and after packed into the Pub at the bottom of the hill.. Near the end with darkness approaching I could see the Home Park floodlights illuminating the sky over Plymouth and I think it was West Ham United in town that afternoon I am sure there was no programme but I will look for my handwritten teamsheet and a match report to see the validity of that sliderule pass from Tommy to you Rappo.
  11. Mike Andrew-Falmouth Town 1952-1964 1st.Team Apps 154 Goals 102 a loyal servant to play for the club Firsts/Reserves for over a decade-Also represented Cornwall. He made his debut 7th.Feb 1953 Home SWL v Wadebridge and scored -so over to you Willow to work out the youingest debutant
  12. I have heard that two "Stadium for Pirates coming soon" signs have been erected on the Threemilestone corridor road.
  13. Just sold on EBay for £26-11 1956-57 SWL Bugle v Camelford Cornish programmes seem to be more collectable than clubs outside the County so check out the attic and suitcases -you may be sitting on a tidy investment.
  14. As it stands now Newquay & St.Blazey relegated and replaced by Sticker and Stoke Gabriel-If either Parkway or Exmouth do get promoted to the Western League it could be a reprieve for one of the relegated (St.B or N.) Four clubs to leave the Peninsula League (Penzance and Vospers from Div.1 West) (Exwicke & Budleigh from theDiv.1 East.
  15. Of the 9 clubs applying from the feeder leagues only Ludgvan from Cornwall. Ilfracombe Town from the North Devon L. are well placed and should meet ground criteria having previously been a Western League club. Another interesting club are Buckland Athletic Reserves who are running away in the South Devon League but this is all in the balance as to whether their first team get accepted into the Southern League. Not sure of the facilities of the other contenders