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  1. 3 points
    leedsunited

    Cally v Parkway

    Cornishfootball, you might be right, as I have said they are on a roll at present & are going to take some catching! Bodmin have been there many, many times before & got the full trophy cabinet, if Parkway go all the way & win it ( which is looking very likely) then good luck to them.
  2. 1 point
    Next to Torridge I guess!
  3. 1 point
    MOUNTAINEER

    FA Cup

    Emirates FA Cup fans will be able to watch three live televised games in the first round proper next month. Broadcast partners BBC and BT Sport have made their selections from the draw, which was made on Monday evening following last weekend’s fourth round qualifying ties. And the first tie of the round will be screened live on BBC Two as eighth-tier side Hyde United host League One outfit MK Dons at Ewen Fields on Friday 3 November, with a kick-off at 7.55pm. The following day sees another non-League team attempt to cause a Cup shock against EFL opposition, as Shaw Lane Association play Mansfield Town live on BT Sport 1 in a lunchtime kick-off (12.30pm, on air at noon) on Saturday 4 November. BT Sport 1 will also show the all-Lancashire tie between Chorley and Fleetwood, which will take place on Monday 6 November with a kick-off at 7.45pm (on air at 7pm) shortly after the second round draw. Each club will receive £67,500 from the FA’s broadcast fund and winning clubs will pick up an additional £18,000 from the prize fund. By FA Staff No mention of the watered down version involving the 8 Sunday games except on the Official Truro City website, I am sorry the club should boycott the weak watered down coverage, support the supporters who have a 600 mile journey and work on Monday
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    Fanfare

    Highest individual scorers

    Bradley scored 8 in St Blazey's 10-0 win over Penzance in 1990/91
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    Rayvon

    FA Cup

    Hang on a minute I just remembered we haven't got a sub goalkeeper. Geachy 1 if your free that weekend we could sign you up and I think there is one spare seat left on the TISA Disco Bus.
  6. 1 point
    Fanfare

    Walter C Parson Cup 3rd Rd draw tonight

    A hark back to the old South Western League days. Can't remember much moaning about travelling then!! And Plymstock!
  7. 1 point
    leedsunited

    Rep Sides for SWPL, West & East

    Not like it used to be davegrose.... from the games/teams if have seen play in the West this season, they wouldn't of beat East Cornwall Premier sides 10 years ago. Standards have most definitely gone down, poor, & that seems to be the general opinion amongst most
  8. 1 point
    Camelford 1 v 4 Falmouth Town You know it could be a hard night when Falmouth have Rob Warne, Tom Annear and Josh Richards as three of their bench. Fairly even start to the game - Falmouths front players- Marcelo Jones Jordan Annear, Luke Bradyn and Harry Clarke all looked very sharp and their pace caused the Camels back four all sorts of problems (Camels only starting one of their ‘normal’ 4 due to injuries). Falmouth played some very nice football - however Falmouths first chance of the game came from a penalty decision (very strange one as the player chested ball whilst uncontested and given as a handball?). Penalty missed by Jordan. First open play chance fell to Camels shortly afterward where Barnes pulled off a great foot save from a Ryan Pooley shot. All square on 30 minuted - then a lovely run by Clarke who played a through ball to J Annear who neatly slotted home. Big shouts that both Jordan and Marcelo were offside but linesman’s decision is final. Second goal followed shortly afterwards with a speculative shot from 20 yds which Luke had covered but unfortunately spilled allowing a simple tap in (I think by Marcelo) and a third from Falmouth’s Jordan Annear before half time closed the game off. On play Falmouth played far better than the Camels in the first half - but on actual scoring chances 3-0 was slightly unfair. Second half saw Camels wake up and slight changes in formation by both teams saw Camels in the ascendency. Following 2/3 missed sitters by Camels a long ball clearance by Falmouth unfortunately saw the Camels keeper delay clearing and when he did hitting Jordan and the ball falling perfectly for the Falmouth striker to complete his hat trick - from Twitter this may have been Rob Warne and Jordan didn’t get his hat trick!! Camels never gave up and were rewarded with a Josh Insley header and again missing several good chances to make the score more reflective of the game. Falmouth have a very decent squad, now and will do very well come the end of the season. I thought the officials had very good games (I definitely didn’t agree with all their calls - but they called what they saw and tried to show decent game management). Only negative was the Falmouth Ass Manager / Physio who was far too vocal on the touch line, when not needed and making ridiculous shouts, letting himself down and a good Town performance. Good luck to Luke, Jack Webber and Archie Frier (and the other Falmouth lads who were not there tonight) for Saturday in the County Youth - do yourselves and the County proud.
  9. 1 point
    Go look at your stats .
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