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  1. Penzance Reserves' Junior Cup 2017 Journey

    Cornwall Junior Cup 3rd Round Penzance Reserves 5-2 St Minver Reserves Att – 28 After a couple of Saturdays where the weather has been against decent football, it was a pleasant surprise to wake up to a calm, fairly warm but overcast day. Penzance the lowest ranked team still left in the competition faced St Minver Reserves who at the time of writing were sitting mid-table in Duchy Division 2. After their previous two away victories against Trelawny Div 3 side, Holman SC Reserves and another Duchy 2 side, St Columb Major, it was good to have a home tie. The final score of 5-2 to the hosts does not show what a difficult game it was for them and for most of the first half and part of the second the visitors were the better team and deserved their lead. The St Minver goals once again showed the weakness Penzance have at defending set pieces but it is a skill that will appear with age and experience. Penzance kick off facing the park end of the ground. They are straight on the attack pushing St Minver back, but instead of playing to their strengths with a ground ball game they decide to kick long. On 3 minutes a Penzance ball from the back sees Luke Carroll run on and fire in a strong shot. The St Minver keeper spills it and Finlay Walsh following up belts the ball in low from 10yds. The lead lasts 6 minutes before the visitors are level. Penzance give away a free kick 30yds out, left of centre. The wall lines up, the attacker fires over the wall. The ball hits the top of the post, bounces back into the middle of the 6yd box for one of three attackers to head down and in to make it 1-1. St Minver now have their tails up and push forward. They are quick on the break and get caught off-side several times. Penzance play long still and it is not working. Players are moaning at each other for lack of goal action. One or two want to hold onto the ball perhaps one touch too many. On 16 mins St Minver go ahead. Another free kick, wide-right this time, is knocked into the box and a Penzance defender in his haste to clear his lines heads it into his own net. The half then follows the same pattern as before, with the visitors breaking with numbers, the Penzance back line pushing forward catching them off-side. But of the two sides St Minver look the most likely to score again. H-T The half starts with a quick Penzance break and shot that is blocked, the ball is knocked straight up the pitch for a striker to run and shoot from all of 3yds. Simon Mortimer, Penzance's stopper somehow gets down to block the ball which bounces out. A shot comes in and is cleared off the line. If that had gone in it would probably have been game over. The game carries on as before until the 58th minute when Penzance equalise. They win a corner on the right. It is knocked out 25yds to Will Symons who unleashes an absolute screamer giving the keeper and defenders no chance. 2-2 game on. As Penzance seem to do lately, once they score and equaliser they score a go-ahead goal almost immediately and this game was no exception. 3 mins later on 61 minutes they work the ball forward to the edge of the box for Carroll to also unleash a pile-driver that the keeper gets his fingertips too but can't prevent the home side going 3-2 up. The tempo of the game speeds up from roughly the 65th minute as St Minver have to push forward to score and Penzance at last start to play the ball on the ground. This opens St Minver up at the back but Penzance miss a couple of chances. At the other end Mortimer is having a good game grabbing every ball on target. 73 minutes gone and Reece Evans puts the Magpies 4-2 up. In his own words “ the ball gets played up field as it bounces over one of the Minver midfielders Reece is there to flick the ball over the defensive line and beat the keeper to the ball, magnificently chipping the ball over the keeper and smashing the ball into the back of the net.” Mortimer makes another good save when a free kick is knocked over to the back of the box, a shot comes in, he gets down to block and grab. St Minver work the ball forward, are rewarded with an open goal but the striker puts it wide. With 10mins to go Penzance get their 5th to make the game effectively safe. Again a long ball from the keeper to the middle of the St Minver half. Carroll collects the ball, beats a defender, runs on to roughly 30ds out, one on one with the keeper, rising shot past his flailing arm into the net. The final goalmouth action sees the visitors break right, lob to the back post, shoot but Mortimer is equal to it and blocks at the bottom of the upright. F-T Looking back, Penzance have to thank Mortimer for some great saves to keep them in it. Penzance defensive unit played well holding St Minver back apart from the occasional through balls when the visitors would then break in numbers. Penzance were second best for nearly an hour but eventually showed what they can do. Three higher placed sides now defeated in the Junior Cup, into the last 16, the dream continues.
  2. Cornwall Junior Cup 1st Round Holman SC Reserves 1-2 Penzance Reserves a.e.t. Att – 10 Of course being game day, and a cup match to boot the weather played it's normal trick and started blowing a hoowie and dumping a cold drizzle about an hour before kick-off making it an unpleasant afternoon. Your correspondent thought he was being clever sitting on the benches by the clubhouse until the home side put the flags out on the bottom pitch. Forget it, after catching colds many a time watching my side I decided to stay dry, watch from the clubhouse, and become a member of the Penzance WAGs, following the game from 100yds away. The game kicks off with Penzance having the honour of defending the train-line end giving them the advantage of the wind and driving drizzle. The game starts fairly evenly with both sides getting a share of the ball but after 15mins The Magpies start pushing Holmans back into and around their box. The Holmans keeper leaps and tips the ball over. Long range efforts from both sides go no-where. A Holmans free-kick slips through the Penzance back line, the striker runs on, one on one, Penzance keeper Simon Mortimer only comes out to his 6yd line. Player shoots, keeper down and blocks with his legs at the expense of a corner. Penzance mid-fielder gets the ball in own half, runs with it, jinxes past three or four tackles only to fire wide in the heat of the moment. A long Penzance ball is knocked through the right channel, curling shot around the outside of the keeper but defender is back to clear off his line. Most of the game still in the Holmans half. Then in the final minute a lobbed ball from midfield finds a Holmans striker, who lobs Mortimer from 20yds. On a normal day the ball would have gone over the top but with the wind it dipped down and in. H-T Both sides make a dash for the changing rooms to get some respite from the drizzle. Holmans out early, keen to get on but have to stand around as Penzance wait for the ref's whistle before emerging. In fact the ref plays the rest of the game wearing a waterproof jacket. Sensible. The second half sees the advantage of the elements helps Holmans to camp for long periods in the Penzance half, and The Magpies have to defend well and deep to prevent going further behind. Lots a free-kicks, mostly against the visitors frustrate the players. Again both sides shoot wide. As the game progresses, even from 100yds away, you see Holmans growing in confidence as the pass the ball around which they didn't do in the first half. With 10 minutes remaining Penzance win a throw out left, level with the penalty area. Luke Carroll gets the ball, turns and curls a volley on the ground, round the keeper and into the net. Cue celebrations. With a few moments left, Mortimer saves the day as he again blocks with his legs after Holmans split the defence. F-T Holmans kick-off extra-time facing the tracks. Both sides change their tactics from short on the ground to long and in the air, and both sets of defences cope fairly easily. Neither side has a shot or attempt worth noting. The sides change end, the ref only playing 11 minutes for the first period. Penzance again press their opponents back, but again free-kicks break up play for both sides. With it starting to look like penalties, Penzance strike. The are awarded a free-kick 25yds out, just left of centre. Luke Carroll takes it, over the wall, over the keeper, scraping the underside of the bar. 2-1, 5 minutes to go. WAGs go crazy. Holmans push, Penzance into the corners to waste time. Whistle blows, game over. After Penzance boss the first half, Holmans the second a 1-1 draw at 90 minutes was a fair scoreline. Justice done as Penzance just shaded extra-time to scrape through to the second round. Thanks to the referee and both sets of players.
  3. Cornwall Junior Cup 3rd Round Penzance Reserves 5-2 St Minver Reserves Att – 28 After a couple of Saturdays where the weather has been against decent football, it was a pleasant surprise to wake up to a calm, fairly warm but overcast day. Penzance the lowest ranked team still left in the competition faced St Minver Reserves who at the time of writing were sitting mid-table in Duchy Division 2. After their previous two away victories against Trelawny Div 3 side, Holman SC Reserves and another Duchy 2 side, St Columb Major, it was good to have a home tie. The final score of 5-2 to the hosts does not show what a difficult game it was for them and for most of the first half and part of the second the visitors were the better team and deserved their lead. The St Minver goals once again showed the weakness Penzance have at defending set pieces but it is a skill that will appear with age and experience. Penzance kick off facing the park end of the ground. They are straight on the attack pushing St Minver back, but instead of playing to their strengths with a ground ball game they decide to kick long. On 3 minutes a Penzance ball from the back sees Luke Carroll run on and fire in a strong shot. The St Minver keeper spills it and Finlay Walsh following up belts the ball in low from 10yds. The lead lasts 6 minutes before the visitors are level. Penzance give away a free kick 30yds out, left of centre. The wall lines up, the attacker fires over the wall. The ball hits the top of the post, bounces back into the middle of the 6yd box for one of three attackers to head down and in to make it 1-1. St Minver now have their tails up and push forward. They are quick on the break and get caught off-side several times. Penzance play long still and it is not working. Players are moaning at each other for lack of goal action. One or two want to hold onto the ball perhaps one touch too many. On 16 mins St Minver go ahead. Another free kick, wide-right this time, is knocked into the box and a Penzance defender in his haste to clear his lines heads it into his own net. The half then follows the same pattern as before, with the visitors breaking with numbers, the Penzance back line pushing forward catching them off-side. But of the two sides St Minver look the most likely to score again. H-T The half starts with a quick Penzance break and shot that is blocked, the ball is knocked straight up the pitch for a striker to run and shoot from all of 3yds. Simon Mortimer, Penzance's stopper somehow gets down to block the ball which bounces out. A shot comes in and is cleared off the line. If that had gone in it would probably have been game over. The game carries on as before until the 58th minute when Penzance equalise. They win a corner on the right. It is knocked out 25yds to Will Symons who unleashes an absolute screamer giving the keeper and defenders no chance. 2-2 game on. As Penzance seem to do lately, once they score and equaliser they score a go-ahead goal almost immediately and this game was no exception. 3 mins later on 61 minutes they work the ball forward to the edge of the box for Carroll to also unleash a pile-driver that the keeper gets his fingertips too but can't prevent the home side going 3-2 up. The tempo of the game speeds up from roughly the 65th minute as St Minver have to push forward to score and Penzance at last start to play the ball on the ground. This opens St Minver up at the back but Penzance miss a couple of chances. At the other end Mortimer is having a good game grabbing every ball on target. 73 minutes gone and Reece Evans puts the Magpies 4-2 up. In his own words “ the ball gets played up field as it bounces over one of the Minver midfielders Reece is there to flick the ball over the defensive line and beat the keeper to the ball, magnificently chipping the ball over the keeper and smashing the ball into the back of the net.” Mortimer makes another good save when a free kick is knocked over to the back of the box, a shot comes in, he gets down to block and grab. St Minver work the ball forward, are rewarded with an open goal but the striker puts it wide. With 10mins to go Penzance get their 5th to make the game effectively safe. Again a long ball from the keeper to the middle of the St Minver half. Carroll collects the ball, beats a defender, runs on to roughly 30ds out, one on one with the keeper, rising shot past his flailing arm into the net. The final goalmouth action sees the visitors break right, lob to the back post, shoot but Mortimer is equal to it and blocks at the bottom of the upright. F-T Looking back, Penzance have to thank Mortimer for some great saves to keep them in it. Penzance defensive unit played well holding St Minver back apart from the occasional through balls when the visitors would then break in numbers. Penzance were second best for nearly an hour but eventually showed what they can do. Three higher placed sides now defeated in the Junior Cup, into the last 16, the dream continues.
  4. Results forSaturday 18th November 2017Falmouth Town Reserves (Kyle Cooke 4, Kian Thomas 2, Lewis Pellow 2) 8-1 St Agnes (Matt Probin)Att - 40Holman SC (Adam Brown 2) 2-3 Helston Athletic Reserves (Mike Halibone 2, Fred Conway) Att - 20Penryn Athletic (Russell May) 1-0 Mullion Att - 26Perranporth (Luke Wort 2, Justin Searle 2, Reece Monteith 2, Ross Sommerville 2, Lee Denton) 9-0 Hayle Att - ???Perranwell (Rob Pell) 1-1 Pendeen Rovers (Alex Ralph) Att - 47Porthleven Reserves (Ryan Trathen 2, Jamie Greet, Matt Dawson) 4-1 Goonhavern Athletic (Jamie Preston) Att - 31RNAS Culdrose 0-0 Redruth United Att - 10St Day (Luke Hart 2, Gavin Boon, Tom Hogarth, Ashley Smeeth) 5-1 Illogan RBL Reserves (Dan Bowman)Att - 52St Ives Town 0-7 Carharrack (Mark Holland 3, Ryan Stephens, Jake Shaw, Bradley Leivers, James Davies) Att - 30St Just (Stuart Nichols, Chris Laing, Darren Steadman) 3-1 West Cornwall (Owain Barrett) Att - 40
  5. Final score Penzace Reserves 5-2 St Minver Reserves Final score flattered Penzance as keeper Simon Mortimer kept them in the game several times especially in the second half. Taking a 3 minute lead Penzance succumbed to their failing of not defending set pieces. St Minver equalised in the 9th minute and went ahead in the 16th. It stayed that way until a double strike in the 58th and 61st minutes put the hosts in front. St Minver had to chase a win and so pushed forward. This left them vunerable and was exploited by the Magpies who scored another two in the 73rd and 80th minutes. Well done to the visitors who took the defeat in good grace. It is a pity to see only 28 people watching the game but Penzance go forward into the last 16.
  6. Fixtures forSaturday 18th November 2017Falmouth Town Reserves 3-1 St AgnesHolman SC 1-4 Helston Athletic ReservesPenryn Athletic 3-3 Mullion Perranporth 5-2 Hayle Perranwell 1-4 Pendeen Rovers Porthleven Reserves 1-1 Goonhavern Athletic RNAS Culdrose 2-1 Redruth United St Day 6-0 Illogan RBL Reserves St Ives Town 1-4 Carharrack St Just 1-1 West Cornwall
  7. A bit of advice

    I see on the Full Time website the game has bee listed as a Home Walkover and Hayle awarded 3 points. Thing is that is the second time Madron have had a game knocked dow as either an A-W or H-W and they have not had any points knocked off. Has the rule been changed where a club is deducted three points for not completing a fixture, and then 6, and so on?
  8. Another nail in the coffin of 11-a-side Saturday football.
  9. Results for Satiurday 11th November 2017Carharrack 7-0 RNAS Culdrose Att - ???Goonhavern Athletic A-A St Just Att - ??? Hayle 2-1 Helston Athletic Reserves Att - ??? Holman SC p-p Perranwell Mullion 2-0 Illogan RBL Reserves Att - ??? Pendeen Rovers 2-2 St Ives Town Att - ??? Redruth United 1-1 Penryn Athletic Att - ??? St Day 2-3 St Agnes Att - ??? West Cornwall 0-4 Perranporth Att - ???
  10. Trelawny League - Saturday November 11th 2017

    Div 4 Lizard Argyle Reserves 4-1 Penzance Reserves Penzance much weakened with many out. 11 players including our manager of which only 6 were recognised starters. 3-0 down at half-time, a penalty to each in second half. decent attendance of roughly 35 souls. Report to follow.
  11. Fixtures for Satiurday 11th November 2017Carharrack 5-0 RNAS Culdrose Goonhavern Athletic 3-1 St Just Hayle 1-2 Helston Athletic ReservesHolman SC 2-5 Perranwell Mullion 2-0 Illogan RBL Reserves Pendeen Rovers 2-2 St Ives Town Redruth United 2-1 Penryn Athletic St Day 4-0 St Agnes West Cornwall 1-4 Perranporth
  12. FA Cup

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/41789160
  13. Mabe FC Fold

    The big jump last season of players only playing up to 4 games. Bet you that is young players, who try it, don't like it and leave the game. It's them we need to attract. Also those sticking it for a whole season from season 14/15 to 15/16 halved. One reason could be the bad winter two years ago when teams did not play for week after week. Players went off and did other things and never came back.
  14. Mabe FC Fold

    It is not travelling causing the problems at this level. How far do you travel North-South or East-West in the Trelawny or Duchy leagues. What is the furthest distance. In Div Trelawny 4 I think it Mousehole to Probus is longest trip , 37 miles each way. An hour an 6 minutes each way according to a route planner. You drive from Mousehole to Newquay for a day out and don't moan but it is the same distance. You drive further than that to go shopping at Liskeard Trago and think nothing of that trip. The loss of players is in the 20-23 age group might be to a fair few now moving away to college, Saturday working with a lot more people self employed nowadays, wives/partners working Saturdays/Sundays so blokes now have to babysit, and sadly due to our society nowadays a lot of blokes have kids, leave their partners and Saturdays is the only time they get to see their youngsters.
  15. Mabe FC Fold

    Obvious. Come late in the season, players are finding jobs in the tourist trade ready for Easter, players are suffering long term injuries,, players moving up to combo teams to cover player shortages in that league, etc. I bet a fair bit of that increase is young 16-17 year olds as they are the only new players available. I see it in the combo when doing the goal scoring charts. I find there is a sudden influx of new names that have never scored before.
  16. Mabe FC Fold

    What would the graphs look like if it showed only the players who actually played during those seasons. A lot of clubs with SWPL sides still register their players for the Trelawny but those SWPL players never get their boots dirty playing at our level. I other words just graphs showing active players who have played at least one game in the Trelawny i any season.
  17. Mabe FC Fold

    Tell the CFA to ban mid-week 6-a-side leagues!
  18. I started double checking the predictions to the scores and thought we are going to get fewer points this week as there were some wild results. Between us we predicted on 7x17 games (119 matches) and got only 6 correct scores. ballsax had 2 correct the first week and 4 others had one each the second. of the other 113 games we had 61 correct results. ballsax moves from 4 to 2nd, dropping Soccer Follower and stevieb a place each. The rest of us have become static. Sticker Forever has closed the gap on Anita to 2 points. Of the active players, Points per game is led by Smeethy09 followed by stevieb and Sticker Forever. As usual I will post this weekends matches on Wednesday NAME PRED GAMES RIGHT SCORE RIGHT RESULT NEW POINTS LAST POINTS NEW TOTAL PTS PER GAME Smeethy09 129 6 86 13 91 104 0.81 ballsax 138 7 74 14 81 95 0.69 Soccer Follower 138 5 80 13 82 95 0.69 stevieb 126 7 71 11 81 92 0.73 Cornishteddyboy 138 5 76 10 81 91 0.66 Anita 130 3 69 8 70 78 0.6 Sticker Forever 108 4 65 10 66 76 0.7 Jacob-Englefield 68 3 37 - 52 52 0.73 Stokefan 1 35 1 18 - 21 21 0.6 RyRy 17 1 5 - 8 8 0.47 Asterix 9 . 6 - 6 6 0.67 PzFan 17 - 4 - 4 4 0.24
  19. Trelawny Div 4 4th November 2017 Wendron United 4ths 2-5 Penzance Reserves Att – 16 Hope springs eternal as it looked like the perfect day for football, dry, sunny and a slight breeze. That was until we are told we are playing on the top pitch at Wendron! Sunny yes, but a different weather system up there, a few drops of sprinkled rain plus the breeze becomes a gusting, cold gale blowing up the length of the pitch. The sides had met four times previously over the past couple of seasons with the Magpies winning the lot. Today they went away from the game with that record intact but Wendron should have been out of sight by half-time as Penzance couldn't string two passes together or their shooting was abysmal. It wasn't until they equalised just before the hour that they took control and ran out winners. Penzance kick off facing the clubhouse end and the wind and spend the first 15 minutes camped in the Wendron half with the home side make brief forays into their opponents territory. Penzance win a corner on the right, over it goes, a shot and the agile keeper is down to block. A few Penzance shots go anywhere apart from goal-ward and one or two of the youngsters were doing good work up front, winning the ball but deciding to hold onto it for too long then eventually losing out to the third defender they try to beat. Time and time again, shots coming in from the left were for some reason being belted to the right of the posts. Penzance win several corners but they come to nothing as both sides crowd the box and shots just deflect wide or away. After quarter of an hour, on perhaps Wendron's sixth break they come quickly down their left, lob the ball cross pitch, which wrong-foots the defenders. A defender tries to tap the ball back to the keeper to clear but the long grass holds it up allowing a striker to run in and fire past the stranded goalie. Wendron now with their tails up take control of the game and press forward. It's their turn for a couple of corners, but like at the other end, mass defending does not move the score along. It becomes Penzance's turn to score against the run of play. Winning a throw in midfield it is thrown in front of a player who is already steaming down the right-hand channel. He touches it on to Reece Evans who gets to the corner of the box before curling a delicate cross goal shot past the keeper. Twenty minutes gone, 1-1. Wendron are still pushing with the help of the wind. A long range shot forces keeper, Simon Mortimer to finger tip the ball over for a home corner that comes to nothing. Half an hour gone and Wendron win a corner on their left. The ball comes over, shot, blocked, another shot deflects out towards the back of the penalty area where a player fires in low with the ball just going in at the back post. Now 2-1 with thirty gone. The excitement of leading seems to go to the host's heads as they sit back a bit, still pressing forward they seem to snatch at shots or kick too long in their rush to increase the lead. This gives Penzance time have a couple of chances of their own in the last few minutes of the half. A quick break on the left is squared, a shot, the keeper down quickly to push the ball around the post for a corner. Again from the left, the ball is knocked across, a rising shot from under the bar, hits it and bounces back out. H-T Even though Penzance score four goals in the second half, apart from them, goalmouth action at either end is few and far between so it almost becomes a matter of describing the goals and nothing else. For the first few minutes of the half, Wendron still dominate possession but create no close chances. At the other end the Wendron keeper has time to write a book as Penzance can't string a row of passes together to get out of their own half. At the time it looked like eventually it would be only time before Wendron increase their lead. After fifty-eight minutes that all changes as Penzance get back on level terms, then get their playing heads on and score another three. The Magpies come down the left with Tristan Hunter who lays the ball off to Luke Carroll who turns and shoots in from six yards. A couple of minutes later Penzance get their noses in front. Again they sweep left with Carroll who squares for Evans to volley in. These two goals in two minutes seems to knock the stuffing from Wendron who now lack bite all over the pitch. Keeper Mortimer becomes a virtual spectator for the last quarter of and hour as Pezance push forward to increase their lead. Trouble is, the Magpies are getting all the ball but they are still a bit wayward in the their finishing and the youngsters still want to hold the ball a little to long. They win a series of corners but nothing comes from them. On seventy-two minutes, 4-2, again from a run down the left. The ball is passed long by Ben Mackleden, cross pitch to the back of the box for Jack Le Marechal, who knocks it across to Carroll who fires in from eight yards. Great goal for it's simplicity and speed. Two minutes later a Alex Collier gets the final goal to make it 5-2. Penzance break into the box, the keeper gets tangle up and is knocked flat. The ball is cleared out towards half-way where Collier looks up, sees the keeper getting up, so he volleys the ball from thirty-five plus yards watching it float over the the goalie's head and into the top of the net. For the last few minutes there only looks as if one side will score any more goals, but it is not to be and with a Wendron player going down with cramp the referee brings the game to a halt a couple of minutes early. Penzance keep up their winning streak against Wendron but the score-line flatters the Magpies a bit, as Wendron, at half-time, should have been more than two-one in front, plus the two goals in two minutes kick-started the game for the visitors who until then looked second best.
  20. Combo ResultsSaturday 4th NovemberFalmouth Town Reserves (Kyle Cooke, Liam Chinn, James Pollard) 3-2 Helston Athletic Reserves (Joe Wright 2) Att - 35Goonhavern Athletic (Curtis Keen 3, Joe Moyle, Jamie Preston, Dan Ball, Steve Wood) 7-0 Holman SC Att - 20 Penryn Athletic 0-2 West Cornwall (Ed Huckfield 2) Att - 25 Perranporth P-P Illogan RBL Reserves Perranwell (Rob Pell, Lachlan Brace, Phil Rees) 3-0 Porthleven Reserves Att - 40 RNAS Culdrose (Ben Gibbs 2, Jermaine Graham) 3-3 Mullion (Jack Price 2, Tom Jiles) Att - 18 St Day (Gavin Boon 2, Rob Hosking, Luke Hart, Ashley Smeeth) 5-1 Redruth United (Duane Britton) Att - 80 St Ives Town (Tom Morris) 1-1 Pendeen Rovers (Christian Whittaker) Att - 45 St Just (Neil Curnow, Jack Willis) 2-2 Hayle (Matt Laity, Liam Mooney) Att - 25
  21. Well done to Carharrack and Polperro for knocking out SWPL opponents and hard luck St Agnes who took theirs to extra time. Not such a big gap between, ECPL, CCL and SWPL nowadays.
  22. Trelawny League - Saturday November 4th 2017

    Div 4 Wendron United 4ths 2-5 Penzance Reserves Wendron 2-1 but Pz wake up and score 4 in the fial 30 minutes. Attendance was 16 frozen souls.
  23. Good luck everyone Combo FixturesSaturday 4th NovemberFalmouth Town Reserves 3-0 Helston Athletic ReservesGoonhavern Athletic 2-0 Holman SC Perranporth 4-1 Illogan RBL Reserves Perranwell 3-3 Porthleve Reserves Penryn Athletic 1-1 West Cornwall RNAS Culdrose 1-2 Mullion St Day 6-0 Redruth United St Ives Town 0-4 Pendeen Rovers St Just 2-2 Hayle
  24. Perranporth v Illogan, postponed, Illogan fail to raise a side
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