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Sat 11th Feb CSC QF Torpoint Ath V Falmouth Town

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Saturday 11th February, KO 3 p.m.

:c: RGB Cornwall Senior Cup, Quarter Final :c:

Torpoint Athletic v Falmouth Town

Match Sponsor: The Devonshire Stand

Adults: £5, Concessions: £3

50/50 Draw: £1 - With cash prizes

Special Cornwall Senior Cup Edition, 52 page full colour programme - Only £1 

:drink: Tea Hut and Bar Open! :drink:

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2 hours ago, The Windmill On The Shirt said:

Saturday 11th February, KO 3 p.m.

:c: RGB Cornwall Senior Cup, Quarter Final :c:

Torpoint Athletic v Falmouth Town

Match Sponsor: The Devonshire Stand

Adults: £5, Concessions: £3

50/50 Draw: £1 - With cash prizes

Special Cornwall Senior Cup Edition, 52 page full colour programme - Only £1 

:drink: Tea Hut and Bar Open! :drink:

 An easy win for Torpoint  -  my prediction is 3 - 1

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11 minutes ago, The Windmill On The Shirt said:

Yes, because we have floodlights 

I was trying to appease Big Al who must be moaning about the possibility of an easy win for Torpoint as he can't moan about the kick off time!

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11 hours ago, Willow Tree said:

I was trying to appease Big Al who must be moaning about the possibility of an easy win for Torpoint as he can't moan about the kick off time!

Just facing up to reality!

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20 minutes ago, Willow Tree said:

I have a feeling you could be onto something

 

20 minutes ago, Willow Tree said:

I have a feeling you could be onto something

Just do not see everything thru rose tinted glasses !

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Pity to disappoint you, Small Al, but Falmouth Town won 3-2 and are through to the semi-finals. Great performance by the boys, shame that you weren't there to enjoy it....oh, sorry, you don't like your own club.

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1 hour ago, Quiet Man said:

Pity to disappoint you, Small Al, but Falmouth Town won 3-2 and are through to the semi-finals. Great performance by the boys, shame that you weren't there to enjoy it....oh, sorry, you don't like your own club.

Must have played a lot better than in the last six games !

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What was the last game at Bickland  that you watched small Al ? The tea hut crew can't remember the last time you had your favourite half time portion of chips .

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Well done Falmouth! 

I think out of the teams- Falmouth will want Newquay and Newquay will want Falmouth! 

Can someone tell me when the draw is please? 

Any indication of which neutral grounds will be used for semi's?

And where the final will be played?

Which grounds deserve a crack at the Final? 

Heres a link of previous winners of the senior cup:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cornwall_Senior_Cup

 

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2 hours ago, Mark Jones said:

Well done Falmouth! 

I think out of the teams- Falmouth will want Newquay and Newquay will want Falmouth! 

Can someone tell me when the draw is please?

Next Saturday 5.30pm on Radio Cornwall (includes the Junior Cup draw too)

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2 hours ago, Mark Jones said:

Well done Falmouth! 

I think out of the teams- Falmouth will want Newquay and Newquay will want Falmouth! 

Can someone tell me when the draw is please? 

Any indication of which neutral grounds will be used for semi's?

And where the final will be played?

Which grounds deserve a crack at the Final? 

Heres a link of previous winners of the senior cup:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cornwall_Senior_Cup

 

Bodmin v Saltash probably at Liskeard

Bodmin v Newquay at St Austell

Bodmin v Falmouth at Truro

Saltash v Falmouth at St Blazey

Saltash v Newquay at Bodmin

Falmouth v Newquay at Truro

are just my guesses but let the draw be made first before deciding on the venues. Remember it is the CCFA as well! As the final is on Easter Monday Millbrook could qualify to boost the coffers. I would advise all clubs interested in staging a game to officially offer the use of their facilities to the CCFA. It makes their job easier.

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52 minutes ago, Willow Tree said:

Bodmin v Saltash probably at Liskeard

Bodmin v Newquay at St Austell

Bodmin v Falmouth at Truro

Saltash v Falmouth at St Blazey

Saltash v Newquay at Bodmin

Falmouth v Newquay at Truro

are just my guesses but let the draw be made first before deciding on the venues. Remember it is the CCFA as well! As the final is on Easter Monday Millbrook could qualify to boost the coffers. I would advise all clubs interested in staging a game to officially offer the use of their facilities to the CCFA. It makes their job easier.

I don't think Truro is a good option to host either semi final or final not in the league itself so why should they host it and make a bit of money?? Just my opinion 

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1 hour ago, Willow Tree said:

Bodmin v Saltash probably at Liskeard

Bodmin v Newquay at St Austell

Bodmin v Falmouth at Truro

Saltash v Falmouth at St Blazey

Saltash v Newquay at Bodmin

Falmouth v Newquay at Truro

are just my guesses but let the draw be made first before deciding on the venues. Remember it is the CCFA as well! As the final is on Easter Monday Millbrook could qualify to boost the coffers. I would advise all clubs interested in staging a game to officially offer the use of their facilities to the CCFA. It makes their job easier.

Dobwalls with their new clubhouse

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17 hours ago, mattelot said:

What was the last game at Bickland  that you watched small Al ? The tea hut crew can't remember the last time you had your favourite half time portion of chips .

The last game I attended was in September against Plymouth Argyle - an excellent game.

Because of the continuing alteration of ko times i.e. 11am 2pm 2.30pm etc I have not bothered and also the fact that there is a constant run of away games , on one occasion no home games for a month. This in my opinion is poor fixturing and at least an attempt should be made to fixture home and away in sequence as it use to be a few years ago.

Lets see what next season brings. I do follow closely both on here and local press etc.

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1 hour ago, cat weasel said:

I don't think Truro is a good option to host either semi final or final not in the league itself so why should they host it and make a bit of money?? Just my opinion 

I think Truro is certainly the best option for one or the other, money should not come into it but after all Treyew Road has the best facilities in Cornwall and teams should have the chance to experience this. I am not expecting many likes. One thing for sure it won't be held at Penryn. JMO

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44 minutes ago, Rayvon said:

I think Truro is certainly the best option for one or the other, money should not come into it but after all Treyew Road has the best facilities in Cornwall and teams should have the chance to experience this. I am not expecting many likes. One thing for sure it won't be held at Penryn. JMO

And it wont be held at Falmouth, the ccfa will make sure of that !

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3 hours ago, Rayvon said:

I think Truro is certainly the best option for one or the other, money should not come into it but after all Treyew Road has the best facilities in Cornwall and teams should have the chance to experience this. I am not expecting many likes. One thing for sure it won't be held at Penryn. JMO

Best facilities....pretty much the same as all others I would say.

Keep it in the league would be 99% of most peoples choice I'm sure.

Won't be held at Penryn....of course not - Helston, St Blazey,  depending who's in in it.

Who rattled your cage boy (?)

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1 hour ago, TheolderIgetthebetterIwas said:

Best facilities....pretty much the same as all others I would say.

Keep it in the league would be 99% of most peoples choice I'm sure.

Won't be held at Penryn....of course not - Helston, St Blazey,  depending who's in in it.

Who rattled your cage boy (?)

Must be a high tide down Penryn Quay tonight, the big fish are jumping in the boat. Thankyou for the compliment Older, first time I been refered to as a boy since I don't know when.

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1 hour ago, Rayvon said:

Must be a high tide down Penryn Quay tonight, the big fish are jumping in the boat. Thankyou for the compliment Older, first time I been refered to as a boy since I don't know when.

All young un's are called boy in Cornwall - boy. :c:

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