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  1. Chris Davey

    RIP Andrew Payne Pensilva AFC

    Tragic news. My thoughts are with the family and Pensilva FC at this sad time.
  2. Chris Davey

    Trelawney League Result 02/05/18

    Congratulations to Newlyn from everyone at Probus. The best team in the league this year and deserved winners.
  3. Chris Davey

    Trelawny League - Saturday 28 April 2018

    Goonhavern Reserves 3 Probus 0 Goonhavern were the better team throughout the game and deserved the win. They wanted it more which is unacceptable from us as we entered the game defending our unbeaten league run, but we went down without too much fight. Goonhavern took the lead when the striker headed home. We had more of the ball in the second half but we created nothing. The physical home defence more than dominated our attacks. Goonhavern scored 2 more breakaway goals and we could stay there until next Saturday and still not create a chance, let alone score a goal. The best team won and we were rubbish, not a lot more to say!
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    Trelawny League - Saturday 21 April 2018

    Newlyn won't drop 4 points in there last 4 games and deservedly will win the league. They are are excellent team who we have battled with for the last 4 seasons. Our objective at the start of the season hasn't changed though and that is we want to try and achieve promotion. Some really difficult games to go but we will give it our best shot. Wish we had mate! Onwards and upwards for the rest of the season 👍
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    Trelawny League - Saturday 21 April 2018

    Probus FC would like to apologise to the Trelawny League and Storm FC for fielding an ineligible player on Saturday. It was a genuine mistake, as the individual has represented both teams during the season and due to a misinterpretation of the rules, we believed the ban to be for the club as he was not able to play for either team. After clarification from the CCFA today the ruling is that the player is banned from all Saturday football until the team has played the requisite number of games. We did not knowingly play an ineligible player as we believed the first game of the double header on Saturday to be the final game of the ban. The is the first time that I can recall a mistake like this ever being made and we have been punished accordingly. As someone who holds many roles at the club (including manager, secretary, coach, assistant treasurer, pitch setter up, cleaner and occasion player) I must take full responsibility for the mistake. On another note it certainly made for a entertaining forum topic and discussion point. Tony Penrose Probus FC
  6. I wasn't there today but you sound very magnanimous in your defeat, when lots of others wouldn't have been. Top man.
  7. Chris Davey

    Trelawny League - Saturday 21 April 2018

    I personally haven't got the time, or energy, to read through all the posts on this thread. If we (Probus) have done anything wrong then I'm I'm sure we will apologise, and we will be punished accordingly. My understanding is that a CLUB can select which games for a CLUB that a player will be suspended for eg 1st team or 2nd team from the same CLUB. Ps I'm not in any official capacity at the club.
  8. Well done to Jason Prynne and St Stephen, sorry I wasn’t there today but great result. Thinking of Prynner and family in a very difficult and emotional week x
  9. Chris Davey

    Trelawny League - Saturday 21 April 2018

    Probus 2 Storm 0 The first game of the double header was very tight and despite us having a lot of possession we could only score 1 goal in each half, both scored by Sean Johnson. The result was the important part but we wanted to play better in the second game. Storm 0 Probus 1 We took the lead with a goal scored by Sean Johnson, which was not unlike the goals he scored in the first game. Then there was a moment of handbags when one of our players made a foul and there was an ensuing melee....it was 50 yards away from me and it was too hot to run to try and clam things down, although the Storm keeper didn't have the same thought as me! This resulted in 2 straight reds, 1 for either team, a 2nd yellow for one of our players, resulting in a red and a yellow for the Storm keeper. We faced playing 40 minutes a man down, but Storm rarely troubled us and we had several chance to increase our lead. Well done to our 50 year old manager, Tony Penrose, who managed to play for the final 10 minutes without pulling a muscle Overall we were pleased to get 6 points in very hot conditions, but disappointed with the performances and chance conversion. Goonhavern away next week.
  10. Well done for trying Dave. I would love to play that amount of games in that short timeframe, although I probably couldn't manage it nowadays! Some players will be buzzing with games coming thick and fast, whilst others will be at risk of injury due to the lack of recovery time. There are teams that have 50%+ of their league fixtures to play in around 5 weeks - crazy! Look out for some interesting results.
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  12. Cullompton Rangers 0-4 Bodmin Town Exmouth Town 0-3 Tavistock Falmouth Town 4-1 Sticker Godolphin Atlantic 0-5 Plymouth Parkway Newquay 1-3 Saltash United Witheridge 0- 3 Helston Athletic
  13. Plymouth Argyle 5 Cullompton Rangers 0
  14. Chris Davey

    Who’s favourites for the title?

    According to all reports St Stephen don't warm up before any game......however I'm sure Dave Grose will confirm that they have at least 4 pints in their personal match build up! I'm sure 8 quid can confirm!
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