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  1. Bond Timber Cornwall Junior Cup Quarter-Final New Inn Titans 0-1Torpoint Athletic St Stephen 9-4 Holywell And Cubert Sticker 0-3 Penwith Exiles Played last week : St Mawgan 1 – 3 Wendron United Reserves
  2. Saturday 17th February 2018 NATS Bath City 1 1 Whitehawk 731 NATS Bognor Regis Town 2 1 Braintree Town 0 NATS Chelmsford City 3 3 Hemel Hempstead Town 973 NATS Chippenham Town 3 3 Hampton & Richmond Borough 508 NATS Gloucester City 1 0 Concord Rangers 0 NATS Havant & Waterlooville 2 0 Hungerford Town 0 NATS Poole Town 0 4 Eastbourne Borough 479 NATS Truro City 2 3 Oxford City 465 NATS Wealdstone 1 2 Dartford 1002 NATS Welling United 3 1 St Albans City 517 NATS Weston-super-Mare 2 2 East Thurrock United
  3. THIS WEEKEND: MOUSEHOLE AFC HOST LEEDS UNITED LADIES v CORNWALL WOMEN’S TEAM TO CELEBRATE GIRLS’ AND WOMEN’S FOOTBALL IN CORNWALL In a major boost for girls’ and women’s football in Cornwall, Leeds United Ladies football squad have accepted an invitation from Mousehole AFC to visit West Cornwall over the weekend of 23rd to 25th February. The visit comes at a time of an unprecedented increase in the number of active participants and teams, providing further evidence that female football is one of the fastest growing sports in the UK. The Leeds United Ladies will train together with Mousehole’s successful Women’s team on Friday evening (23rd) from 7-8pm at Mounts Bay Academy. Then on Saturday morning they will host a soccer camp for girls aged 6 to 16 from 9-10am, also at Mounts Bay – all welcome, with a chance to be a mascot for the afternoon match. Following that, they will play a full-scale game against a Cornwall FA Women’s Representative team at Mousehole’s HQ at Trungle Parc, Paul, on Saturday (24th), kick off at 2:15pm. The Cornwall FA Women’s side has not played a match since 2015, when the County FA’s 125th anniversary was celebrated with a game against Yeovil Town Ladies. The County squad for the Leeds match will be drawn from players who play for a Cornish side or live in Cornwall, following a series of trials held recently under the watchful eyes of co-managers Vicky Fisher and Beth Willshaw. Leeds United Ladies, who are an integral part of Leeds United Football Club, compete in the FA National Women’s Premier League Division 1. They are currently in a rich vein of form, with their last three matches all being away and producing two wins - at Chorley and Morecambe – and one draw, at Crewe Alexandra. The forthcoming event was initiated jointly by Jason Blunt, Mousehole AFC’s Head of Youth and Development, who was until last June manager of Leeds United Under-23s, and locally-based David Haigh, former Managing Director of Leeds United. Blunt has already used his connections with the Yorkshire club to bring a Leeds United Academy team down to Mousehole in early October to mark the launch of Mousehole’s own Academy and also the re-opening of the club’s Trungle Parc ground after extensive improvement works in the summer. Speaking of the forthcoming Women’s football weekend, Newlyn-born Blunt said: “We want to make this a special weekend – an opportunity to celebrate and promote women’s football - not only showcasing the talents of a top-class team in Leeds United Ladies, but also giving local players the chance to learn from the visitors, and also see how they match up and can aspire to the higher standards set. It will also be a great social occasion, with the Trungle Parc clubhouse open all afternoon on Saturday for food and drink, and continuing with the friendly hospitality and fun during the evening” Lee Townend, Leeds United Ladies Chairman, said: “Our team has been going from strength to strength since the New Year and we are thrilled with their performance so far this season. The trip to Cornwall will be a fantastic chance for the team to take part in a celebratory weekend and help promote women’s football.” Mousehole Women team are also an integral part of Mousehole AFC and play in the Cornwall Women’s League, where they are enjoying their best-ever season, with a 100% record in 10 fixtures so far, putting them six points ahead at the top of the League table. For the Cornwall v Leeds match on Saturday 24th February, admission will be £5 for adults, with free entry for under-16s accompanied by a paying adult. Tickets can be purchased online by visiting the eventbrite website, as follows: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/cornwall-fa-women-v-leeds-united-women-at-mousehole-afc-tickets-42940068902. First-time visitors to Trungle Parc may wish to note that the ground (postcode TR19 6AZ) is not in Mousehole, but in the village of Paul, which is approached and signposted from the B3315 from Newlyn.
  4. Tuesday 20th February CORNWALL CHARITY CUP QUARTER FINAL (7.30PM) Wadebridge Town v Carharrack
  5. NLS - 17th February 2018

    Peter Masters recently said on BBC Radio Cornwall that there is nowhere else the club can go for next season other than Torquay United. There’s not enough time to bring the likes of Bodmin or Helston up to the ground grading required. The other point to make is that the club won’t be promoted, even if they finish in a promotion place, unless it can demonstrate to the league that the S4C is going to be built. They have to show to the league that they will have a home to go back to in Cornwall.
  6. THIS WEEKEND: MOUSEHOLE AFC HOST LEEDS UNITED LADIES v CORNWALL WOMEN’S TEAM TO CELEBRATE GIRLS’ AND WOMEN’S FOOTBALL IN CORNWALL In a major boost for girls’ and women’s football in Cornwall, Leeds United Ladies football squad have accepted an invitation from Mousehole AFC to visit West Cornwall over the weekend of 23rd to 25th February. The visit comes at a time of an unprecedented increase in the number of active participants and teams, providing further evidence that female football is one of the fastest growing sports in the UK. The Leeds United Ladies will train together with Mousehole’s successful Women’s team on Friday evening (23rd) from 7-8pm at Mounts Bay Academy. Then on Saturday morning they will host a soccer camp for girls aged 6 to 16 from 9-10am, also at Mounts Bay – all welcome, with a chance to be a mascot for the afternoon match. Following that, they will play a full-scale game against a Cornwall FA Women’s Representative team at Mousehole’s HQ at Trungle Parc, Paul, on Saturday (24th), kick off at 2:15pm. The Cornwall FA Women’s side has not played a match since 2015, when the County FA’s 125th anniversary was celebrated with a game against Yeovil Town Ladies. The County squad for the Leeds match will be drawn from players who play for a Cornish side or live in Cornwall, following a series of trials held recently under the watchful eyes of co-managers Vicky Fisher and Beth Willshaw. Leeds United Ladies, who are an integral part of Leeds United Football Club, compete in the FA National Women’s Premier League Division 1. They are currently in a rich vein of form, with their last three matches all being away and producing two wins - at Chorley and Morecambe – and one draw, at Crewe Alexandra. The forthcoming event was initiated jointly by Jason Blunt, Mousehole AFC’s Head of Youth and Development, who was until last June manager of Leeds United Under-23s, and locally-based David Haigh, former Managing Director of Leeds United. Blunt has already used his connections with the Yorkshire club to bring a Leeds United Academy team down to Mousehole in early October to mark the launch of Mousehole’s own Academy and also the re-opening of the club’s Trungle Parc ground after extensive improvement works in the summer. Speaking of the forthcoming Women’s football weekend, Newlyn-born Blunt said: “We want to make this a special weekend – an opportunity to celebrate and promote women’s football - not only showcasing the talents of a top-class team in Leeds United Ladies, but also giving local players the chance to learn from the visitors, and also see how they match up and can aspire to the higher standards set. It will also be a great social occasion, with the Trungle Parc clubhouse open all afternoon on Saturday for food and drink, and continuing with the friendly hospitality and fun during the evening” Lee Townend, Leeds United Ladies Chairman, said: “Our team has been going from strength to strength since the New Year and we are thrilled with their performance so far this season. The trip to Cornwall will be a fantastic chance for the team to take part in a celebratory weekend and help promote women’s football.” Mousehole Women team are also an integral part of Mousehole AFC and play in the Cornwall Women’s League, where they are enjoying their best-ever season, with a 100% record in 10 fixtures so far, putting them six points ahead at the top of the League table. For the Cornwall v Leeds match on Saturday 24th February, admission will be £5 for adults, with free entry for under-16s accompanied by a paying adult. Tickets can be purchased online by visiting the eventbrite website, as follows: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/cornwall-fa-women-v-leeds-united-women-at-mousehole-afc-tickets-42940068902. First-time visitors to Trungle Parc may wish to note that the ground (postcode TR19 6AZ) is not in Mousehole, but in the village of Paul, which is approached and signposted from the B3315 from Newlyn.
  7. He's not first choice in first team so see no reason why he shouldn't play for the seconds!
  8. Wednesday 21st February WALTER C PARSON FUNERAL DIRECTORS CUP 3RD ROUND (7.30PM) Tavistock v Bodmin Town
  9. Wednesday 21st February DIVISION ONE WEST (7.30PM) Penzance v St Blazey
  10. Tuesday 20th February CORNWALL CHARITY CUP QUARTER FINAL (7.30PM) Wadebridge Town v Carharrack
  11. PREMIER DIVISION Gerrans & St Mawes Utd 3-1Lostwithiel North Petherwin 3-1 Biscovey DIVISION 1 Boscastle 2-1 Pelynt Grampound 2-8 AFC Bodmin Gunnislake 1-2 Godolphin Atlantic Reserves Queens Rangers 5-0 North Hill St Merryn 2-0 Callington Town Thirds DIVISION 2 Gorran P-P Altarnun Lanivet Inn 1-4 Tregrehan Mills Pensilva Reserves 2-4 St Cleer Saltash United Fourths 0-5 Stoke Climsland St Columb Major 6-1 St Minver Reserves Tintagel 1-1 Calstock DIVISION 3 Dobwalls Reserves 2-2 St Stephen Reserves Foxhole Stars Reserves 7-0 High Street Lamerton Community FC 4-2 Rame Peninsula FC Lanreath Reserves 3-3 St Eval Spitfires Mevagissey Reserves 2-3 Lifton Roche Reserves 3-1 Delabole United DIVISION 4 Liskeard Athletic Thirds 1-3 Polperro Reserves Looe Town Reserves 0-3 North Petherwin Reserves Lostwithiel Reserves P-P Southgate St Kew FC 3-3 Week St Mary St Mawgan Reserves 4-0 Boscastle Reserves Wadebridge Town Thirds 4-0 St Anns Chapel
  12. What a load of old cynics! 👻
  13. Congratulations to Gerald!

    Happy birthday to Gerald Searle yesterday. 80! Would never believe it and always a pleasure to have a chat with him 😀👍⚽️
  14. PREMIER DIVISION Camborne School of Mines 5-0 St Buryan Penryn Athletic Reserves 2-4 Halsetown St Agnes Reserves 14-0 St Keverne St Day Reserves P-P Mawnan Stithians 1-2 Wendron United Reserves Troon AFC 3-2 Helston Athletic 3rds DIVISION 1 Constantine 0-3 Mousehole Reserves Hayle Reserves 4-3 Rosudgeon Lanner P-P Trispen Newlyn Non-Athletico 3-3 RNAS Culdrose Reserves Perranporth Reserves 1-1 Threemilestone DIVISION 2 Falmouth Town 1-2 Newlyn Lions Frogpool & Cusgarne 2-3 St Day 3rds Probus H/W Gwinear Churchtown Redruth United Reserves P-P Four Lanes Wendron United 3rds 6-1 Storm DIVISION 3 Rosudgeon Reserves 2-2 St Erme Ruan Minor 2-4 St Ives Mariners St Agnes 3rds 4-1 Falmouth DC St Buryan Reserves 0-1 West Cornwall Reserves St Just Reserves P-P Holman SC Reserves DIVISION 4 Lizard Argyle Reserves 5-2 Goonhavern Athletic 3rds Madron 6-2 Constantine Reserves Penzance Reserves 8-0 Stithians Reserves Perranwell Reserves 1-3 Praze-an-Beeble Troon AFC Reserves 3-3 Hayle 3rds Wendron United 4ths 2-1 Probus Reserves
  15. NO GAME FOR COUNTY YOUTH TUESDAY!

    The match with Devon originally set for tomorrow night has been called off! Details of this match plus the Somerset one that has to be rearranged will be announced as soon as available.
  16. NLS - 17th February 2018

    League Table P W D L F A +/- Pts 1 Dartford 31 16 8 7 61 38 +23 56 2 Havant & Waterlooville 28 15 8 5 48 23 +25 53 3 Hampton & Richmond Borough 30 13 13 4 43 28 +15 52 4 Chelmsford City 30 13 10 7 48 33 +15 49 5 Hemel Hempstead Town 30 13 9 8 49 38 +11 48 6 St Albans City 29 13 8 8 52 38 +14 47 7 Truro City 29 13 7 9 51 39 +12 46 8 Braintree Town 31 12 10 9 54 44 +10 46 9 Bath City 31 12 10 9 42 37 +5 46 10 Welling United 29 12 8 9 52 45 +7 44 11 Weston-super-Mare 29 12 7 10 53 49 +4 43 12 Wealdstone 28 11 8 9 43 41 +2 41 13 East Thurrock United 28 10 9 9 53 56 -3 39 14 Eastbourne Borough 31 10 7 14 47 59 -12 37 15 Oxford City 31 9 8 14 46 56 -10 35 16 Concord Rangers 29 8 10 11 35 41 -6 34 17 Gloucester City 28 9 6 13 36 46 -10 33 18 Hungerford Town 29 9 6 14 32 42 -10 33 19 Chippenham Town 30 8 8 14 43 57 -14 32 20 Poole Town 30 7 7 16 36 55 -19 28 21 Bognor Regis Town 30 4 12 14 32 52 -20 24 22 Whitehawk 31 4 7 20 35 74 -39 19
  17. FROM TO 436 Mark Newbould Brixham Newton Abbot Spurs 437 Tallan Burns Cullompton Rangers Tavistock 438 Chris Ward Holsworthy Bude Town 439 Ethan Elwell Wadebridge Town Sticker 440 Daniel Horler Cullompton Rangers Penzance 441 Ben Whatmore Budleigh Salterton Witheridge 442 Kayne Trevaskis Godolphin Atlantic Mousehole 443 Steven Reed Torridgeside Holsworthy 444 Brodie Cole Plymouth Marjon Elburton Villa 445 Kieran Dyer Plymstock United Elburton Villa 446 Neil Last Liverton United Newton Abbot Spurs 447 Carlton Farnham Liskeard Athletic Callington Town 448 Jan Kerr Liskeard Athletic Callington Town 449 Daniel Tate Plymouth Parkway Callington Town 450 James Spence Galmpton & Roselands Brixham 451 Sam Ryan Plymouth Argyle Bodmin Town 452 Harry Taylor Alphington Exmouth Town 453 Tim Nixon Bodmin Town Falmouth Town 454 Sam Borthwick Callington Town Tavistock 455 Reece Shanley Ivybridge Town Tavistock 456 Cory Harvey Launceston Bodmin Town 457 Ryan Oxley Dobwalls St Austell 458 Tiago Soares Godolphin Atlantic St Austell 459 Ed Goodman Torpoint Athletic Millbrook 460 James Sharkey Exmouth Town Budleigh Salterton 461 Jordan Charran Exmouth Town St Martins 462 Jordan Pearce St Austell Ivybridge Town 463 Ben Elphick Plymouth Parkway Launceston 464 Josh Tattersall Tavistock Elburton Villa 465 Zach Wheeler Torpoint Athletic Elburton Villa 466 Nathan Knight Ilfracombe Town Torridgeside 467 Dan Perryman St Blazey Dobwalls 468 Dan Pethick Callington Town Liskeard Athletic 469 Oliver Aplin Cullompton Rangers Newton Abbot Spurs 470 Harvey Hann Sticker St Austell 471 Chris Wright Launceston Plymstock United 472 William Pinnick Witheridge Cullompton Rangers 473 Simon May Elburton Villa Bodmin Town 474 Martyn Margerson Bodmin Town Stoke Gabriel 475 Cameron Kelly Galmpton & Roselands Stoke Gabriel
  18. . 001 Oliver Brokenshire St Austell to Bodmin Town 002 Kirk Davies Helston Athletic to St Austell 003 Harry Evans St Austell to Bodmin Town 004 Daniel Carne Godolphin Atlantic to Porthleven 005 Ryan Jones Newquay to Porthleven 006 Scott Kellow Helston to Porthleven 007 Jack Rapsey Newquay to Porthleven 008 Jared Sims Godolphin to Porthleven 009 Joshua Sims St Blazey to Porthleven 010 Benjamin Williams Godolphin to Mousehole 011 Jack Bartlett Liskeard to Dobwalls
  19. Congratulations to Gerald!

    Not everyone's perfect Mike!
  20. I think we should leave this one now to the facebook thread! We've all made tackles in our playing days that have left opponents injured. Best wishes to the player Jamie Stevens and here's to a speedy recovery.
  21. Trelawny League - Saturday February 17, 2018

    St Day have already explained why - bar takings. Good enough reason surely as money hard to come by for these clubs otherwise.
  22. Junior cup semi-finals draw

    I would imagine it’s so more people can go and watch should they wish. Those that would otherwise on a Saturday be with their own sides. Great idea I reckon, but never quite sure if one day after the other is quite so good! Why not space the two out a few days. This also applies to the Senior competition as well.
  23. Up to & incl Feb 17th 2018 POS PREVIOUS POSITION FORUM MEMBER CORRECT SCORELINES CORRECT RESULTS POINTS THIS WEEK PREVIOUS TOTAL NEW RUNNING TOTAL 1 1 davegrose 0 1 10 1400 1410 2 2 Soccer Follower 0 1 10 1340 1350 2 2 Webby191 0 1 10 1340 1350 4 4 Sticker Forever 0 1 10 1330 1340 5 5 motherwontletmegoargyle 0 2 20 1310 1330 6 6 karaoke 0 2 20 1290 1310 8 8 panda 1 2 60 1240 1300 7 7 Dave Deacon 0 2 20 1260 1280 9 9 spark 0 1 10 1160 1170 10 10 SCFC 0 2 20 1140 1160 11 11 Lloydy 0 1 10 1130 1140 12 12 Smeethy09 0 1 10 1020 1030 13 13 Paul 0 0 0 950 950 14 14 Bobjfh 0 0 0 670 670 15 15 Humpfry 0 0 0 350 350 16 16 Cornish pasty 0 0 0 340 340 17 17 leedsunited 0 0 0 240 240 18 18 CornishCanary 0 0 0 170 170 19 19 Jamesy7 0 0 0 130 130 19 19 Twofooted 0 0 0 130 130 21 21 stokefan1 0 0 0 100 100 22 22 Marypoppins 0 0 0 80 80 23 23 TheHoneyBadger 0 0 0 60 60
  24. Up to & incl Sat Feb 17 2018 POS PREVIOUS POSITION FORUM MEMBER CORRECT SCORELINES CORRECT RESULTS POINTS THIS WEEK PREVIOUS TOTAL NEW RUNNING TOTAL 1 1 Barbs 0 5 50 2630 2680 2 2 Sticker Forever 0 4 40 2470 2510 3 4 Chris Davey 1 5 90 2340 2430 4 3 quiksilver 0 5 50 2360 2410 5 7 Smeethy09 2 4 120 2280 2400 6 5 Roy of the Rovers 0 5 50 2330 2380 7 6 Soccer Follower 0 6 60 2290 2350 8 8 Lloydy 0 5 50 2190 2240 9 9 baldy 0 5 50 2170 2220 10 10 cornishlegend 0 5 50 2140 2190 11 13 Dave Deacon 1 4 80 2100 2180 12 11 The Bald One 0 4 40 2130 2170 12 12 r2000 0 6 60 2110 2170 14 13 davegrose 0 4 40 2100 2140 15 15 S Abbo 0 0 0 2060 2060 16 16 spark 0 5 50 2000 2050 17 17 motherwontletmegoargyle 0 6 60 1880 1940 18 19 The Windmill On The Shirt 2 3 110 1760 1870 19 18 100%cornish 1 5 90 1770 1860 20 19 Bobjfh 0 3 30 1760 1790 21 22 SCFC 0 5 50 1710 1760 22 21 KPH 0 0 0 1750 1750 23 23 cornishrambler 0 0 0 1500 1500 24 24 gingerninja 0 0 0 1360 1360 25 25 Paul 0 0 0 1270 1270 26 26 copey 0 0 0 1120 1120 27 27 Jamesy7 0 0 0 900 900 28 28 rocky170267 0 0 0 890 890 29 29 Jacob-Englefield 0 0 0 780 780 30 30 Cornish pasty 0 0 0 760 760 31 31 Tony 0 0 0 710 710 32 32 Humpfry 0 0 0 680 680 33 33 leedsunited 0 0 0 510 510 34 34 Twofooted 0 0 0 480 480 35 35 ODDBALL 0 0 0 340 340 36 36 Marypoppins 0 0 0 200 200 37 37 Xavier1 0 0 0 80 80 38 38 Hetty 0 0 0 50 50 38 38 BIG AL 0 0 0 50 50 40 40 Ric Flair 0 0 0 30 30 40 40 Big_Baller8 0 0 0 30 30 42 42 unclebuckthebaker 0 0 0 20 20
  25. Trelawny League - Saturday February 17, 2018

    I was thrown by someone suggesting switch the game, didn't realise you had already played at Mawnan and so fair enough on not playing!
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