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Dave Deacon

Trelawny League - Saturday February 4th 2017

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Please feel free to post your postponement, result, goalscorers and post-match comments

Premier Division 

Camborne School of Mines        P-P             St Buryan

Chacewater           v              St Keverne

Lizard Argyle         v              Troon AFC

Mousehole Reserves          P-P          Wendron United Reserves

Penryn Athletic 3rds           v              West Cornwall     

Threemilestone    v              Pendeen Rovers  

 

Division 1             

Gwinear Churchtown          v              Rosudgeon

Helston Athletic 3rds          v              St Agnes Reserves

Lanner                   v              Trispen

Marazion Blues    v              Hayle Reserves

Mullion Reserves v              Halsetown

Perranporth Reserves         v              Constantine

 

Division 2             

Goonhavern Athletic Reserves         P-P          Penwith Exiles

Holman SC Reserves         P-P            Redruth United Reserves

Mabe                      v              Illogan RBL 3rds

Wendron United 3rds         v              Chacewater Reserves

 

Division 3             

Four Lanes       P-P              St Agnes 3rds

Ludgvan Reserves                v              Falmouth DC

St Day 3rds            P-P          Mabe Reserves

St Ives Mariners   v              Lizard Argyle Reserves

St Just Reserves   v              Probus

 

Division 4             

Carharrack Reserves       P-P            Troon AFC Reserves

Penzance Reserves             v              Newbridge Athletic

Rosudgeon Reserves       P-P            Wendron United 4ths

St Buryan Reserves             v              Hayle 3rds

Stithians Reserves               v              Madron

 

Arthur Pearce Cup             

Four Lanes Reserves           v              Mawnan Reserves

Frogpool & Cusgarne Reserves         v              St Day 3rds

Newlyn Non-Athletico Reserves       v              West Cornwall Reserves  

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55 minutes ago, Tempo said:

As @Gingster noted earlier: "All games at Clijah have been called off already at 11am today"

How quickly under the FA Full Time system would this sort of notification filter through the system to show up?

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Just now, Dave Deacon said:

How quickly under the FA Full Time system would this sort of notification filter through the system to show up?

I imagine it depends on the secretary's putting it through doesn't it?

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From their Facebook page : "Penzance v Newbridge tomorrow is postponed,pitch unable yo recover from previous games." 

Just now, Tempo said:

I imagine it depends on the secretary's putting it through doesn't it?

I left it as late as possible before posting the thread thinking there might have been more showing!

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35 minutes ago, Dave Deacon said:

From their Facebook page : "Penzance v Newbridge tomorrow is postponed,pitch unable yo recover from previous games." 

I left it as late as possible before posting the thread thinking there might have been more showing!

I wouldn't rely on the full-time website to be honest Dave, sometimes it can take a while to update. In other news, the chances of Frogpool Reserves vs St Day 3rds being on is very slim.

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@Dave Deacon as soon as Gerald or Steve puts the fixtures through (postponements) on Full Time, they should display almost straight away.

They can be found on the "postponements" section.

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1 hour ago, Tempo said:

I wouldn't rely on the full-time website to be honest Dave, sometimes it can take a while to update. In other news, the chances of Frogpool Reserves vs St Day 3rds being on is very slim.

Its only a bit of water and mud tempo! ill bring the armbands if you can provide the snorkels and we will make a game of it?

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2 hours ago, Dave Deacon said:

How quickly under the FA Full Time system would this sort of notification filter through the system to show up?

Within a few minutes of the clubs informing either Gerald or myself Dave.  We do not take postponement notifications off this forum, they must come from the club to us and it's then just a matter of how long it takes to log in and make 7 or 8 mouse clicks before Full Time is updated.  I can see a couple on here already that we haven't been made aware of by the clubs.

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13 minutes ago, DW23 said:

Its only a bit of water and mud tempo! ill bring the armbands if you can provide the snorkels and we will make a game of it?

Haha if I had it my way we'd play no matter what but gotta think of the pitch going forward!

 

the game has been confirmed as off, drenched throughout with plenty of standing water!

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4 hours ago, Steve Carpenter said:

 We do not take postponement notifications off this forum

Neither do I Steve! That was why I was asking about the official source 

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14 minutes ago, Chris wells said:

few games called off bit early i reckon . are pitch is fine :(

No way we could get on our pitch today, even if it was sun all day which I don't expect it will be

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St just vs Probus is off.

In my opinion should've definitely played but have to think of the longitivety of the pitch. I assessed the pitch and thought it was fine, but there we go.

Apologies to the Probus lads, hope you haven't booked and paid for a minibus like we did!

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19 minutes ago, 1ofthekids said:

St just vs Probus is off.

In my opinion should've definitely played but have to think of the longitivety of the pitch. I assessed the pitch and thought it was fine, but there we go.

Apologies to the Probus lads, hope you haven't booked and paid for a minibus like we did!

Probus had booked a mini bus and were going to make long and varied trip home after the game - real shame (for both teams)

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18 minutes ago, Bobjfh said:

Probus had booked a mini bus and were going to make long and varied trip home after the game - real shame (for both teams)

We went and supported our friends at St Stephens last week with a few beers and made a day of it. Hopefully you still can 🍺

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ARTHUR PEARCE CUP

Newlyn Non Athletico Res. (2) 4 -v- 3 (0) West Cornwall Res. AET

On this blustery, rainy day, when most pitches had failed the morning inspection, and young men all over the county were forced into various drinking establishments far and wide to watch the Premier League and 6 Nations sport fest, West Cornwall made the trip down to West Cornwall to meet Newlyn NA at the 3G pitch at Mounts Bay Academy. This pitch was in good condition, of course, and although a bitingly cold wind and heavy shower of rain greeted the teams for the "warm-up", the game was on.

Starting with the conditions in their favour, NNA started strongly, and forced the away team onto the back foot. The opening goal was a little fortuitous, in that a long ball forward was heading out of play, chased by attacker and defender, and as the chase seemed to end, the ball hit the corner flag pole, and stayed in play (unlike the defender, who hit the deck in trying to stop). Luckily, the attacker kept his feet, balance and nerve, dribbling the ball along the goal line, towards the cramped stance of the goalkeeper, who crept out from his post to cover the cut-back ball, leaving just enough room to squeeze the ball home directly. One nil, and deserved. More pressure from the home side continued, with only glimpses of the higher division skills of WC on display.

Then, a silly challenge on the touchline, level with the penalty area, allowed NNA to deliver a cross to the back-post where a nice header made it two nil. This brought us to half time, where we reflected on a good performance to date, but knew that WC would come back at us. And so it was, the conditions, although changeable throughout the game, were now in their favour, and more and more they threatened the goalmouth. A comeback goal was on the cards, and secured, NNA looked vulnerable. But, with grit and determination, another corner was forced, and NNA scored their third, restoring a 2 goal advantage. 3-1 with 15 minutes to go. WC were not finished, and through the variety of substitutions, and formations, they pulled it back to 3-2. With time running out, NNA were on the back foot, and some desperate defending finally resulted in a penalty to WC, duly despatched into the net to draw things level.

Still, the game was not done. The next twist, as NNA looked to see out the final seconds to get to extra time, an off-the-ball incident led to a straight red for Newlyn. Down to 10 men, and staring an extra 30 minutes in the face. So, to extra time, NNA decided to start again with the conditions with them, and actually played perhaps better football with one less player. Maybe WC had dropped off the pace, being a man advantage, I often think subliminally, the team with 11 think that their effort level can be eased. Of course, not so, as the 10 men now their effort level has to increase. So it proved, with Newlyn playing excellent football, and forcing a fourth goal. To the second half of extra time, and WC pressed, and forced the goalkeeper into several saves. A couple of corners went close. Then, one minute to play, the ball breaks for a shot at goal 8 yards out, and the keeper responds with good reactions. That was the final chance, maybe the best chance of the day, and it passed. The final whistle went, 4-3 to Newlyn, and hands were shaken all round. It really was a good battle.

 

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21 minutes ago, Mangle said:

ARTHUR PEARCE CUP

Newlyn Non Athletico Res. (2) 4 -v- 3 (0) West Cornwall Res. AET

On this blustery, rainy day, when most pitches had failed the morning inspection, and young men all over the county were forced into various drinking establishments far and wide to watch the Premier League and 6 Nations sport fest, West Cornwall made the trip down to West Cornwall to meet Newlyn NA at the 3G pitch at Mounts Bay Academy. This pitch was in good condition, of course, and although a bitingly cold wind and heavy shower of rain greeted the teams for the "warm-up", the game was on.

Starting with the conditions in their favour, NNA started strongly, and forced the away team onto the back foot. The opening goal was a little fortuitous, in that a long ball forward was heading out of play, chased by attacker and defender, and as the chase seemed to end, the ball hit the corner flag pole, and stayed in play (unlike the defender, who hit the deck in trying to stop). Luckily, the attacker kept his feet, balance and nerve, dribbling the ball along the goal line, towards the cramped stance of the goalkeeper, who crept out from his post to cover the cut-back ball, leaving just enough room to squeeze the ball home directly. One nil, and deserved. More pressure from the home side continued, with only glimpses of the higher division skills of WC on display.

Then, a silly challenge on the touchline, level with the penalty area, allowed NNA to deliver a cross to the back-post where a nice header made it two nil. This brought us to half time, where we reflected on a good performance to date, but knew that WC would come back at us. And so it was, the conditions, although changeable throughout the game, were now in their favour, and more and more they threatened the goalmouth. A comeback goal was on the cards, and secured, NNA looked vulnerable. But, with grit and determination, another corner was forced, and NNA scored their third, restoring a 2 goal advantage. 3-1 with 15 minutes to go. WC were not finished, and through the variety of substitutions, and formations, they pulled it back to 3-2. With time running out, NNA were on the back foot, and some desperate defending finally resulted in a penalty to WC, duly despatched into the net to draw things level.

Still, the game was not done. The next twist, as NNA looked to see out the final seconds to get to extra time, an off-the-ball incident led to a straight red for Newlyn. Down to 10 men, and staring an extra 30 minutes in the face. So, to extra time, NNA decided to start again with the conditions with them, and actually played perhaps better football with one less player. Maybe WC had dropped off the pace, being a man advantage, I often think subliminally, the team with 11 think that their effort level can be eased. Of course, not so, as the 10 men now their effort level has to increase. So it proved, with Newlyn playing excellent football, and forcing a fourth goal. To the second half of extra time, and WC pressed, and forced the goalkeeper into several saves. A couple of corners went close. Then, one minute to play, the ball breaks for a shot at goal 8 yards out, and the keeper responds with good reactions. That was the final chance, maybe the best chance of the day, and it passed. The final whistle went, 4-3 to Newlyn, and hands were shaken all round. It really was a good battle.

 

Good game to referee as well. Enjoyed the game

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3 hours ago, Mangle said:

Yes, well reffed. Sorry, forgot to mention that! A good game all round.

Shame about the red card but was apologetic straight away and he apologised to the player after the game. 

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Yes. One of those things. You missed the provocation (pushing/shoving), but I missed the "kick out" (or whatever he did). No one argued, so it was clearly a correct decision. It was a shame, as apart from that, pretty good game.

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