Rob Hosking

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  • Birthday 24/04/85

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  1. Blizzy, Brogs & Ollie are quality players, who've stayed loyal to Penryn for a number of years, despite numerous approaches. You can't blame them for finally making the leap to Falmouth, I'm sure they'll more than hold their own. A great bit of business by Westy
  2. This is a great report, I really enjoyed meeting Alistair and being part of it. It is a fantastic piece about fantastic guy, that we are privileged to have in Cornwall. I am certainly honoured to know him and to have played in the same side as him, even claiming an assist for a few of the goals 😂. It's nothing less than you deserve, Rappo #Legend
  3. Absolutely unbelievable plans. Well done Mousehole 👏
  4. Another great appointment, jeweller will get that changing room buzzing! 👏
  5. A great appointment! All the best to Alan and Porthleven
  6. Great appointment by Godolphin, Kev is a top bloke, very professional and passionate. All the best to Kev and his team at Godolphin.
  7. I have to echo what's been said before. Neal has done a fantastic job at Redruth, supported by some great people, behind the scenes. The transformation at Redruth, on and off the pitch, has been amazing. And one of the main reasons behind that, is Neal. His passion, determination and effort is unquestionable. He is a top bloke and manager, who plans everything, right down to the smallest detail. Anybody who has experienced one of his fundraising events, training sessions or team talks, will tell you this. But, most of all, he loves a stat! All the best, Neal, the club is in good hands. Also, good luck to Matt and Clarkey, who I'm sure will do a fine job POMO! 👍
  8. If there was another thread, then apologies. But I just want to wish Penryn & local footballing legend, Andy Stivey a speedy recovery, following a nasty and complicated broken leg. All the best, mate
  9. Young monty trains at the same gym as me, and performed fantastically, coming in just under 5 hours, but more importantly, he raised a wonderful amount of money, for a great charity 👍 Well done to Ben, from Pz, another great effort, finishing just under 6 hours, I believe, again raising money for charity 👏 Which charity did he do it for, CTB?
  10. Thank you, Mark, I really appreciate it. It was spooky on Friday evening, as my wife and I were arriving at the marathon expo, to collect my number, we bumped into sash, as he was leaving the expo. It was a fantastic experience, not a bad way to celebrate my birthday, hearing thousands of people cheering your name and high fiving you. Everybody was willing each other on. Runners encouraging & helping other runners, I even had to stop in one of the tunnels and help pick a fellow runner up from the floor and assisted with a collapsed runner, after the finish line, as people had literally given their all, to finish the marathon. I managed to finish in 3 and a half hours, but more importantly, raise a few quid for the Cornwall Air Ambulance. Well done to everybody who ran, especially those raising some much needed funds for their charity. I would encourage anyone to run the marathon at least once in their life. Maybe there's an idea for Dave Deacon, to have a new section in the magazine, what local footballers do outside of football... Enjoy your holiday, mate x