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  1. Godolphin v Wendron (Tues 7.30 KO)

    Looking forward to this one. Good opportunity to test ourselves against an impressive outfit and a chance for some of our new boys to show what they've got - much the same for the G I imagine!
  2. Hi Andy Are we still on for the friendly v our seconds this month? Thanks
  3. Major Shock

    Sorry mate - misread! Thank you!
  4. Major Shock

    Where exactly are we going to get money from? We have a population of minus 4 and our most loyal fan is a horse. Sometimes, and credit to the players we have, people just turn out for the club and what we offer in terms of atmosphere and facilities. Best of luck to Penryn, such a shame for a club of their stature. I think they have gone through some rough times, the clubhouse etc has declined, but they are a good club with some good people at the heart of it - like @TheolderIgetthebetterIwas. I hope they manage to find their place again, sometimes regrouping is best. It worked well for us. Always enjoy a trip to Penryn. I wonder the impact it will have on their Reserves and thirds.
  5. Is it only me?

    I think it's good. It means clubs are trying to attract players in different ways rather than money. It also creates a bit of a buzz and it becomes a talking point. We are all involved in the game for enjoyment, but for a lot of us - this is the closest thing we will get to fulfilling our childhood dreams of being involved in professional football! So why not have a little professionalism in your club through announcing a signing, calling a youth setup an academy or having a club shop. I'm sure if Twitter etc was around 20, 30, 40 years ago then it would have been exactly the same then. I also don't think it's a case of bragging, I think it's more to create a buzz and interest in the club.
  6. Tuesday 18th July 2017 AWAY v Godolphin Saturday 22nd July 2017 AWAY v Polperro Tuesday 25th July 2017 HOME v Gerrans St Mawes Saturday 5th August 2017 AWAY v St Agnes
  7. Trelawny AGM

    @Steve Carpenter you are amazing. St Kew in the East are a great example of a team entering a league; they've played Sunday League for several seasons, established themselves, and are now entering as a Saturday side in the Duchy. A good model to follow I think.
  8. Trelawny AGM

    I don't think it's as simple as yes / no. I think a lot depends on the structure and plan of the club as well as the context. I'm not 100% on the protocol but I think that new clubs should have to submit a 5 year plan to show sustainability. I'm all for new clubs forming and opportunities for participation but you get into the age old debate that it is players already playing within well established sides that go and form new teams, leaving their current side in trouble.
  9. SWPL Goalkeepers

    Hi Pistol There's a few ex pros and some that went on to become pros in the ex format of the league - but I'll leave that to the more qualified statos. As for current tall keepers, I'll throw our own Ben Mitchell into the hat. Rumour has it that he is the only human that can be seen from space.
  10. Wendron United FC first team and second team will commence their pre season training from Tuesday 20th June 2017. Pre season will begin at 7pm sharp and will take place every Tuesday and Thursday evening, other then when pre season friendlies are taking place. The firsts and seconds will train at the same time, been led by each team manager and coaches. We are delighted that manager Jack Greenwood is joined by former striker - Mike O'Neill - who will be the assistant manager. The duo carry plenty of experience and high quality coaching and are wanting to build on a solid couple of seasons in the SWPL Div 1 West as they look to progress higher up the league. The second team currently play in the Trelawny Premier League and are managed by Josh McDonald and Andrew Mitchell. After gaining promotion to the top of the Trelawny pyramid in their first season in charge, they reinforced their status in the league last year with a top half finish. This season they hope to push on again and are aiming for promotion to the Combination League. The third and forth team will commence pre season training at a later date. Rob Noventa continues to take charge of the third team, assisted by Antony Williams, they currently play in Trelawny Division 2. Rob's goal is to continue to progress through the the Trelawny League pyramid, adding silverware along the way. After a competitive season last year in a strong Division 2, they hope to use the experience gained last year to push for promotion this coming season. The fourth team continue to make outstanding progress and provide that vital lynchpin into adult football for many youth players. Managed by Rob Messer, he continues to provide a team built around youth aided by some much needed experience. After a disappointing 2015/16 season in which they finished bottom of the Trelawny Leagues, Rob turned their fortunes round in the 16/17 season. Last year they were in the top 4 for the majority of the season before achieving a mid-table finish, remarkable progress considering the teams in Division 4. Wendron United FC have made great progress on and off the pitch in the past few seasons. The 2016/17 season saw us, and Peter Thorne, win Cornwall FA Groundsman of the year. We take great pride in our facilities, which many of which we built ourselves: players, committee members, managers, chairmen and community members; this underlines the type of community club that Wendron is - a football family. We have a great, welcoming community at Wendron United FC and we strive to continuously make progress on and off the field. If you are interested in becoming part of our club whether it be in the form of playing for our Saturday or Sunday sides, sponsorship or any other opportunity, then please email: wendronunited@hotmail.com or inbox on here for more information or if you wish to attend pre season training. Thank you Viva la Dron
  11. Wendron United FC first team and second team will commence their pre season training from Tuesday 20th June 2017. Pre season will begin at 7pm sharp and will take place every Tuesday and Thursday evening, other then when pre season friendlies are taking place. The firsts and seconds will train at the same time, been led by each team manager and coaches. We are delighted that manager Jack Greenwood is joined by former striker - Mike O'Neill - who will be the assistant manager. The duo carry plenty of experience and high quality coaching and are wanting to build on a solid couple of seasons in the SWPL Div 1 West as they look to progress higher up the league. The second team currently play in the Trelawny Premier League and are managed by Josh McDonald and Andrew Mitchell. After gaining promotion to the top of the Trelawny pyramid in their first season in charge, they reinforced their status in the league last year with a top half finish. This season they hope to push on again and are aiming for promotion to the Combination League. The third and forth team will commence pre season training at a later date. Rob Noventa continues to take charge of the third team, assisted by Antony Williams, they currently play in Trelawny Division 2. Rob's goal is to continue to progress through the the Trelawny League pyramid, adding silverware along the way. After a competitive season last year in a strong Division 2, they hope to use the experience gained last year to push for promotion this coming season. The fourth team continue to make outstanding progress and provide that vital lynchpin into adult football for many youth players. Managed by Rob Messer, he continues to provide a team built around youth aided by some much needed experience. After a disappointing 2015/16 season in which they finished bottom of the Trelawny Leagues, Rob turned their fortunes round in the 16/17 season. Last year they were in the top 4 for the majority of the season before achieving a mid-table finish, remarkable progress considering the teams in Division 4. Wendron United FC have made great progress on and off the pitch in the past few seasons. The 2016/17 season saw us, and Peter Thorne, win Cornwall FA Groundsman of the year. We take great pride in our facilities, which many of which we built ourselves: players, committee members, managers, chairmen and community members; this underlines the type of community club that Wendron is - a football family. We have a great, welcoming community at Wendron United FC and we strive to continuously make progress on and off the field. If you are interested in becoming part of our club whether it be in the form of playing for our Saturday or Sunday sides, sponsorship or any other opportunity, then please email: wendronunited@hotmail.com or inbox on here for more information or if you wish to attend pre season training. Thank you Viva la Dron
  12. Wendron United Pre Season

    Wendron United FC first team and second team will commence their pre season training from Tuesday 20th June 2017. Pre season will begin at 7pm sharp and will take place every Tuesday and Thursday evening, other then when pre season friendlies are taking place. The firsts and seconds will train at the same time, been led by each team manager and coaches. We are delighted that manager Jack Greenwood is joined by former striker - Mike O'Neill - who will be the assistant manager. The duo carry plenty of experience and high quality coaching and are wanting to build on a solid couple of seasons in the SWPL Div 1 West as they look to progress higher up the league. The second team currently play in the Trelawny Premier League and are managed by Josh McDonald and Andrew Mitchell. After gaining promotion to the top of the Trelawny pyramid in their first season in charge, they reinforced their status in the league last year with a top half finish. This season they hope to push on again and are aiming for promotion to the Combination League. The third and forth team will commence pre season training at a later date. Rob Noventa continues to take charge of the third team, assisted by Antony Williams, they currently play in Trelawny Division 2. Rob's goal is to continue to progress through the the Trelawny League pyramid, adding silverware along the way. After a competitive season last year in a strong Division 2, they hope to use the experience gained last year to push for promotion this coming season. The fourth team continue to make outstanding progress and provide that vital lynchpin into adult football for many youth players. Managed by Rob Messer, he continues to provide a team built around youth aided by some much needed experience. After a disappointing 2015/16 season in which they finished bottom of the Trelawny Leagues, Rob turned their fortunes round in the 16/17 season. Last year they were in the top 4 for the majority of the season before achieving a mid-table finish, remarkable progress considering the teams in Division 4. Wendron United FC have made great progress on and off the pitch in the past few seasons. The 2016/17 season saw us, and Peter Thorne, win Cornwall FA Groundsman of the year. We take great pride in our facilities, which many of which we built ourselves: players, committee members, managers, chairmen and community members; this underlines the type of community club that Wendron is - a football family. We have a great, welcoming community at Wendron United FC and we strive to continuously make progress on and off the field. If you are interested in becoming part of our club whether it be in the form of playing for our Saturday or Sunday sides, sponsorship or any other opportunity, then please email: wendronunited@hotmail.com or inbox on here for more information or if you wish to attend pre season training. Thank you Viva la Dron
  13. Sharon Wood Tournament 2017 @ Wendron United FC

    Not long to go to get your entries in... Be a part of it - for a great cause too!
  14. Trelawny Goss

    Not at the same time though.
  15. Trelawny Goss

    Just seen on Twitter that Penwith's TJ has signed for Penzance?
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