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Dave Deacon

Trelawny League - Saturday Feb 11, 2017

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Please feel free to post your results, goalscorers and post match thoughts here

 

PREMIER DIVISION

Mousehole Reserves   3 - 0     St Keverne

Troon AFC                   5 - 0     Threemilestone

 

Division 1

Stithians                      2 - 4     Constantine

Halsetown                   1 - 4     St Agnes Reserves

Lanner                         4 - 2     Newlyn Non-Athletico

Perranporth Reserves 0 - 1     Hayle Reserves

Rosudgeon                  3 - 1     Marazion Blues

Trispen                        2 - 1    Gwinear Churchtown

 

Division 2

Redruth United Res    0 - 10   Falmouth Town

 

Division 3

Lizard Argyle Res         0 - 4     St Ives Mariners

Newlyn Lions               5 - 1     West Cornwall Reserves

Probus                         1 - 3     Four Lanes

 

Division 4

Carharrack Reserves   2 - 0     Madron

Four Lanes Reserves   H – W  Hayle 3rds

New Inn Titans            8 - 0     Stithians Reserves

Newlyn Non-Ath Res   3 - 3     Rosudgeon Reserves

Ruan Minor                 6 - 3     Penzance Reserves

Wendron Utd 4ths      0 - 0     St Buryan Reserves

 

Arthur Pearce Cup

Frogpool & Cusg Res   5 - 0     St Day 3rds

 

Dunn Cup

Camborne S of M        0 - 1     Lizard Argyle

Mawnan                      2 - 1     Pendeen Rovers

St Buryan                     3 - 2     Chacewater

West Cornwall             5 - 1     Penryn Athletic 3rds

 

Lockhart Cup

Chacewater Res          0 - 11   Illogan RBL 3rds

Penwith Exiles             4 - 2     Mawnan Reserves

 

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Probus 1 Four Lanes 3

We took the lead inside the first 2 minutes when Sam Hadfield's shot was saved by the keeper but the ball ran loose to Connor Rhodes to tap in. That was about as good as it got for Probus! Four Lanes took control of the game with their number 10 getting too much time and space. They equalised when the referee gave a penalty, which we though was harsh as the player took the ball but what we thought didn't really matter! The penalty was well saved by Sam Jones in the home goal but no home defender followed in and another Four Lanes player ran in to tap the ball home - that summed up our day; Four Lanes wanted it more than us. They continued to have more of the ball and Sam Jones made some excellent saves to keep the lethargic home side in it. They took the lead with the last kick of the first half when a cross from their right hand side was tapped home from 2 yards. Deservedly 2-1 to Four Lanes at halftime.

We started the second half marginally better but any chance of us getting anything from the game went out the window with a double sending off about 10 minutes in. Connor Rhodes was unceremoniously dumped on his backside by the Four Lanes centre back on our fight touch line. He reacted and both players were booked, but because Connor had been booked in the first half he received his second yellow and then the red. Captain Tom Rhodes then said something that the referee, Rodney Campbell, didn't like and he got a straight red, which left us with no chance! The referee probably got it right but we were aggrieved with one or two things that didn't go our way. Four Lanes obviously had more of the play against 9 men but could add only 1 goal in the last 35 minutes which was a scooped chip by the winger.

We battled well with 9 men but in reality we got what we deserved from the game - absolutely nothing. We can't allow a good team to play their football in the way we did. Four Lanes played very well and thoroughly deserved the points. St. Ives Mariners at home in the cup next week.

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Arthur Pearce Cup

Frogpool Reserves 5-0 St Day 3rds

Good game at the Richard Jory Playingfield well refereed by andy Jenkin.

Kyle Barclay sent off for St Day, Frogpool goals from Craig Rothwell x2, Charlie Martin, Chris Day and Will Jose.

 

Flattering score line but we deserved the win against a very good St Day side. Good bunch of the lads, for the most part, all the best for the rest of the season and thank you for coming back to the pub :)

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Div 4

Ruan Minor 6-3 Penzance Reserves

Magpies soundly beaten, 4-0 down at half time. Second half a much better performance, with Pz bossing last 20 mins of the game. 5 of the Ruan goals were set pieces, 2 throw-ins, penalty, free-kick and corner. Pz must learn to defend them.

Great set up down there with the new clubhouse, really decent people, plenty of grub for the players and a new TV that seemed to have a mind of it's own! :thumbsup:

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Lizard 0 mariners 4.  3 first half goals set us on our way but credit to lizard who never gave up and had couple good spells in the 2nd half.goals for us by greg stephens,josh richards,justin james and stu hull.all the best the lizard player who suffered a nasty looking head injury.thanks for the food and great hospitality at the club.well reffed again by francis hood.

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Chacewater Reserves 0-11 Illogan 3rds 

We were very strong today and took pretty much every opportunity in front of goal against a very young Chacewater team, who worked hard but were just outplayed in every area on the day! but credit to them they didn't stop trying to play from the back even though it got them in trouble on couple of occasions gotta respect the will to play football the right way.... On a pitch that began to cut up after the first 10-15 minutes sure nigel jewell will love to repair that when returns from his mid season holiday :)

Illogan goalscorers 

Dan Richards x5

Pete Norfolk x3

Mike Barrett x3

 

Good win for us onto next round against either mabe or holmans, thanks for grub after nice friendly club and see you in month or so!

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Penwith 4 Mawnan 2 

Had a few missing today for various reasons but it's a squad game and everyone that came in played well, I personally thought it was alot closer game than the scoreline suggest, with both teams playing good football at times but at the end of the day it boiled down to penwith taking there chances when they fell there way and Mawnan unfortunately didn't. Good luck to penwith in the next round tho. 

Mawnan goal scorers 

Dave Williams x1

Keir Dent x1

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3 hours ago, Tempo said:

Arthur Pearce Cup

Frogpool Reserves 5-0 St Day 3rds

Good game at the Richard Jory Playingfield well refereed by andy Jenkin.

Kyle Barclay sent off for St Day, Frogpool goals from Craig Rothwell x2, Charlie Martin, Chris Day and Will Jose.

 

Flattering score line but we deserved the win against a very good St Day side. Good bunch of the lads, for the most part, all the best for the rest of the season and thank you for coming back to the pub :)

Only the 3rd ref card I have given, I may only be in my second season but I don't get it out for much but I will not stand for that behaviour on the pitch, not even to his own team mates! 

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West Cornwall 5-1 Penryn 3rds

Massive improvement from our last encounter. We took the lead through a missed clearance, but were pegged back just before half time through one of the softest penalty decisions I've ever seen. One of those goals that can deflate a side that were on top.

2nd half and we came out firing, going 3 ahead in quick time. Game was over as a contest and we saw it out scoring another. 

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Div 4: Newlyn Non Athletico Res. (1) 3 -v- 3 (3) Rosudgeon Res.

The tale of two penalties. Another bitterly cold and showery day greeted the two teams at the Stadium of St Clare. A soft playing surface meant parts of the pitch were going to cut-up during play, so a bit of a midfield battle could be expected. In actual fact, the game did not deteriorate with the pitch, and held out well for a great overall show for division 4. Newlyn had the lions share of possession in the opening 10 minutes, without creating too much. Not much happened at the other end either. Newlyn forced a couple of corners, and Rosudgeon were quick on the break, threatening each time. It was Rosudgeon who opened the scoring, a low drive from the edge of the box into the corner. Newlyn responded with good inter-passing and a cool finish from inside the box, again into the corner beyond the goalkeepers reach. Back came Rosudgeon, winning a free kick on the edge of the box, and somehow squeezing it through the keepers legs!?! Shortly before half time, another breakaway from a Newlyn corner resulted in Rosudgeons third, making it 1-3 at the break.

Second half was very even, and would have petered out rather uneventfully had it not been for the last 15 minutes. A through ball, slightly overhit, by Rosudgeon into the Newlyn area looked as if it would be gathered by the advancing goalkeeper. However, the keeper appeared to launch a little high for the rolling ball, and as it passed 2 feet lower under his body, the attackers leap over the goalkeepers outstretched frame was not high enough, and he was wiped out. A penalty. A strange penalty. Anyway, this was Rosudgeons chance to secure the points, and it looks like a decision was made to allow the penalty to be taken by a non-penalty taker (the guy who won it). I may be wrong, but that is what it looked like. He blasted it wide. Newlyns tails were up, and so advancing a few minutes later into the Rosudgeon area, a trip resulted in a home penalty. This was scored, 2-3, and minutes to go. The comeback was completed with 5 to go, a hat trick for young Seb, best finish of the day, leaving the keeper with no chance, and several strong words being exchanged at the back of the away defence. Thoroughly entertaining, and although teenage Seb was a worthy MoM for the home team, the 4 x 50y/o plus starters for Newlyn showed today why playing for 90 minutes is key..... "you ain't won nothing until the final whistle blows".

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