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  1. 5 points

    Frogpool & Cusgarne has club reshuffle.

    Frogpool & Cusgarne has club reshuffle. After Nick Mallaber’s resignation at he end of last season, Frogpool & Cusgarne have taken multiple steps into reshuffling the club so that it is in a strong place for next season. Long-term committee member Lee Booker has been appointed as Chairman, Michelle Mallaber will continue her role as treasurer while Dan Templeton will take over as fixture secretary, Shaun Smith as registration secretary and Tim Edwards as minutes secretary. As far as management is concerned, Dan Templeton will be running the first team following the second team’s title winning campaign last season. However, he will be accompanied by loyal friend Tom Gall who will step up as co-manager. The club are pleased to announce that Darren Meagor will be running the second team alongside a new management team. The club also welcomed many new faces onto the committee and we are really excited for next season. Pre-season starts on Wednesday July 4th, 6:30 at the Richard Jory Playing Field where everyone is welcome. Due to all the changes, we are very sorry to cancel our annually five-a-side tournament. However, we look forward to going again next year. Nick Mallaber will be staying amongst the committee, and the club would like to reiterate its gratitude for his tireless work.
  2. 4 points


    Great move for Cody Dave! The ground only 8 miles from the bro and sis in laws so will pop over and watch him next season. Tom Owen-Evans signed for Falkirk as well, half hour up the road. Both lovely little new stadiums, hope the lads do well, no more than Cody deserves after his performances last season. Watched a lot of Scottish football and I reckon he will do really well. Tom next maybe!? 🤔
  3. 4 points
    That means you haven't got a clue
  4. 4 points
    Like the new badge!! 👍. Glad the cathedral is back in, got to have that!! Always reminds me of home as I’m sure it does for any Truro boy. Promoting the Cornwall flag as well spot on when City are travelling all over the south of England 👍 Still not sure what a tiger has got to do with Truro though!?! 13 mile trek from Newquay zoo!! 😀 Think the club should “paws” on that one! 😂
  5. 2 points
    Using that logic, German & French football is also a joke
  6. 2 points

    Pre season 5 a side comps

    Polperro 2nd annual tournament, after last years brilliant day we are all set for another tornament everyone welcome. Bbq and bar open all day, prizes and raffle.
  7. 2 points

    Promotions / Relegations

    At St Erme we found ourselves getting promoted from 6th a couple of seasons back and yes wasn't ideal nor is it a choice ideally we would've taken, and although divison 3 is a tough league to be in we've enjoyed playing against decent sides week in and week out. The last two season have been very tough don't get me wrong and this season we really struggled and thought we would be going down but a run of being unbeaten in 5 at the end of the season and some teams losing points has seen us stay in the league and we were delighted with the fact that we stayed up. If you want to progress as a club and a player then getting promoted when you least expect sometimes can work in your favour as you have to up your game rather than stay in the comfort zone, so my advice is what will be will be and just embrace change - the leagues are definitely balancing up after a few seasons and things take time. As long as we all have a team to play come a Saturday afternoon then I think most of us will be delighted...……..it sure as hell beats shopping and doing house chores! 😀
  8. 1 point
    Well - the original post has received a lot of hot air that's for sure. This is still a free country - a man can change clubs if he wishes to - does this really deserve all this criticism ?! Perhaps it's time to move on lads.
  9. 1 point
    Mousehole were one of fittest and most organised west peninsular side seen at Penryn in charity cup final
  10. 1 point
    Could have gone for Tigers in Truro ...or TiTs for short.
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    Promotions / Relegations

    Cheers @Dave Deacon that's what it all boils down to at the end of the day!
  12. 1 point
    just meant i do not recall other managers coming on here and discussing what their budget is and if they can offer a certain amount per game . should not matter if you can only pay 5 pound to be honest
  13. 1 point
    Don't think anyone should worry about Bodmin this season, but we still have big news to look forward to
  14. 1 point
    Sorry mattelot did'nt realise they don't have any goalies in Mongolia.
  15. 1 point
    Not sure boasting about player budgets helps anyone . you could have a few unhappy players on lower money then your suggesting you happy to throw at someone else
  16. 1 point
    Not sure if I can remember the last time I saw a tiger in Truro, may have been when L2 was still open?
  17. 1 point
    Have they got the date right with 1889? Should it not be 2005
  18. 1 point


    Sad to see Pensilva go, but take my hat off to them for managing to finish the season after such a struggle
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    Rob meant as an example , I think you will find when first brought in many were sceptical about how long it would take for changes but it hasn't slowed the game down if you are so against it the club's need to say No , but in my personal opinion it works , if your league agrees to it and you don't like the idea there is nothing stopping you from using your subs as normal or as your manager sees fit , a plus side is you can give younger players a feel for the adult game but if they are getting pushed around a bit you can take them off and get a chance to talk to them and bring them on later , but it is your league you get to decide , opinions is what keeps football alive .
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    rob brown


    I personally don’t like the idea. As for a player getting ‘over enthusiastic’ if he gets wound up that much on the pitch he needs to come off to cool down for his and other players own safety he has some serious issues and shouldn’t be on the pitch anyway and the manager should let him get sent, or drag him.
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    Do any clubs have a home town team these days from grassroots to Professional? look at top 10 in Combination, how many of these teams have players who live in same village, town, city?? More likely in bigger catchment areas like Falmouth, Truro, Bodmin, Plymouth.....but think anyone who thinks local football is “play for the team where you live”, these days are deluded 🤔 next season with a potential Cornwall league there will be even more travel and player movement away from home roots. living in Cornwall and playing for a club withthin a 20 mile radius is nothing these days 🚘 i for one am not worried where players come from as long as I can go to games and watch good football ⚽️⚽️⚽️
  22. 1 point
    You could be right about that and perhaps the Club could be better at promoting itself but the priority is to concentrate on the development and welfare of those who have chosen to be playing at Penzance. Not all will become super-stars but everyone is equally important, regardless of ability.
  23. 1 point
    I bet they were good on a wet pitch.
  24. 1 point
    i swear Parkway , Bodmin and Tavistock just have a revolving door of the same players signing on every other season . are they not bored of it ? about time some of these players took a chance and tried to play as high as they can and set themselves a challenge bit like Dan sullivan and levi landricombe have done
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    heard on the football grape vine the 2 players leaving Sticker are Jack Bowyer and Martin Duff to St Austell and Liam Eddy going to Sticker