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LWC Drinks Combo League Results and Table - Sat 22nd April 2017

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Combo Results
Saturday 22nd April 2017
Goonhavern Athletic (Chris Sturgess 2) 2-0 Mullion
Att- 20
Hayle (Cameron Irish, Liam Mooney) 2-1 Redruth United (Barrie WYatt)
Att- 30
Ludgvan (Tom Patrick) 1-1 Carharrack (Ryan Stephens) 
Att- 40
Penryn Athletic Reserves (Jason Roberts) 1-1 Perranwell (Dominic Pullen)
Att- 25
Perranporth (Patrick Shaughnessy, Justin Searle) 2-0 St Ives Town
Att- 45
St Agnes (Mark Bell 2, Jakob Springall, Luke Wort, OG) 5-1 St Just (Darren Steadman)
Att- 65
St Day A-A Holman SC

1 CARHARRACK 34 27 5 2 135 39 96 88*
2 LUDGVAN 32 23 7 2 92 28 64 76
3 ST AGNES 33 23 3 7 131 52 79 72
4 ST IVES 32 20 7 5 113 45 68 67
5 HELSTON 37 20 3 14 114 64 50 63
6 ST DAY 31 16 5 10 81 63 18 53
7 HAYLE 33 16 3 14 80 90 -10 51
8 PERRANWELL 35 14 6 15 67 73 -6 50*
9 ST JUST 32 14 5 13 75 77 -2 47
10 GOONHAVERN 35 14 5 16 55 71 -16 47
11 PORTHLEVEN 32 14 4 14 67 60 7 46
12 HOLMANS 32 12 4 15 55 78 -23 40
13 PERRANPORTH 35 12 4 19 58 94 -36 40
14 REDRUTH 33 12 3 18 54 60 -6 39
15 FALMOUTH 37 11 1 25 53 114 -61 34
16 PENRYN 33 8 8 17 45 72 -27 32
17 MULLION 35 8 8 19 42 76 -34 31*
18 ILLOGAN 32 9 5 18 57 98 -41 31*
19 CULDROSE 24 8 0 16 42 71 -29 24
20 NEWQUAY 33 3 6 24 35 127 -92 0*

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Sadly the ref got injured Nigel . Ht 1-1. Kyle Marks for Holmans unsure who scored for Saints right on ht . Replay soon although with both pitches likely unavailable due to cricket it may be decided on a neutral ground we will see . 

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1 hour ago, MARKSY said:

Sadly the ref got injured Nigel . Ht 1-1. Kyle Marks for Holmans unsure who scored for Saints right on ht . Replay soon although with both pitches likely unavailable due to cricket it may be decided on a neutral ground we will see . 

No one about qualified who could of took whistle for second half? Another midweek game to add for both teams 

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Hayle 2-1 Redruth United first half , Hayle created the better chances but for some wayward shooting and a couple of saves neither side really that they would score, second half two well taken goals by Liam and Cameron looked to have secured the points , but a shot was spilled by the Hayle keeper for Barry to tap in another chance fell late on to the same player whose well taken shot hit the post , it was not to be for Redruth to get an equaliser but Hayle could have added more , a good competitive game  pitch looked great again , Alan Hoon was the ref and was his usual efficient self , great to catch up with Postman pat another stalwart of local football  .

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12 hours ago, stokefan1 said:

No one about qualified who could of took whistle for second half? Another midweek game to add for both teams 

St.day linesman on the day was an ex ref but Holmans didn't want to play.

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I don't think @marksy said anything wrong? If people wanted to know who the referee was, it's literally a case of a few clicks! 

Naming referees isn't a bad thing because it's so easy to find out who they are. What is bad sometimes is how things are out across about them.

@cornishteddyboy why delete my comments?!?

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1 hour ago, B_D said:

I don't think @marksy said anything wrong? If people wanted to know who the referee was, it's literally a case of a few clicks! 

Naming referees isn't a bad thing because it's so easy to find out who they are. What is bad sometimes is how things are out across about them.

@cornishteddyboy why delete my comments?!?

I don't think we should denigrate referees at any time. Most of the time refs do, what is a very difficult job, very well. Lino's and refs take stick constantly and frankly, if anyone of us was out in the middle instead of them, would we do any better ? Praise the officials if they have a good game and encourage them. I've done it personally a number of times over the seasons as the match ends, it's always appreciated. Yes, ok they do the referee's course, but they are still human. 

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I'm always the first to stick up for referees, as everyone's aware. I just don't think Marksy said anything out of order (unsure why my comment was deleted considering all i said was "have you raised the issue with the league secretary and/or Ray Brown"). That's just protocol.

Most of the time referees are slated on here for the way they handled a game. Which I do not like. But, i cam understand Marksy's frustration. I've managed teams where one of my players has limped off with a "bad" injury, then the next day they've played two games in a row! It does leave a bitter taste.

I'm not getting at the referee in question, he's a good lad. But i can understand the frustration here.

 

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6 hours ago, cornishteddyboy said:

No naming referees please or I will hide or delete the posts.

Are you doing that for league officers as well, ctb ? I have cone in for a bit of censorship recently. We Corbynistas are used to it as the rdtablishment takrs away all our traditional freedoms. Anyway, I won't mention any names. Helston-centric. Antediluvian, holfs grudges for forty years,looks like the infantry from Mordor....go on, censor that !

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