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  1. On or before New Years Day (Monday January 1st.)
  2. Cally v Parkway

    13 straight wins from the start of the season for Parkway-is this the best Nationally? I see Highworth Town of the Hellenic League Premier have also recorded 13 consecutive wins. Also Plymouth Parkway have now scored more Peninsula goals than any other club as they overtook Bodmin last night SWPL (2007-17) Plymouth Parkway 1078 Goals from 380 games--Bodmin Town 1076 goals from 377 played.
  3. FA Cup

    If the BBC follow the same format as previous seasons I cant see Truro as the Friday night BBC live game as they usually cover a Non League (minnow) against a F L club so Shaw Lane v Mansfield or Hyde v Milton K D are my guess. I reckon Truro will be on the Sunday where BBC tv flit from ground to ground whenever there is goal action involving Non league clubs..
  4. Reading an old Truro programme from 1963-the notes said " congratulations to Keith Hawkey for scoring all 7 goals against Nanpean to set up a club SWL record The SWL record was then jointly held by Basil Steer(prob.Tavistock) and Brian Tallamy also with 7--I know Freddie Yorke much later scored 7 goals for Falmouth in a SWL game v Torpoint. What players bettered these figures later in the SWL? The SW Peninsula L (Prem) individual record is 6 by Sam Hughes (10/110 and Ethan Phillips (16/17) but in a League Cup Adam Carter netted 7 in (12/13)
  5. FA Cup

    I listened to Laurence Reed talking to the Charlton Athletic Supporters club secretary at lunch time and he asked if it would be a sell out LOL The response was (words to effect) No and that it would down on their average league gates. Laurence did remind him that almost 30,000 saw Truro at the Vase Final
  6. FA Cup

    e: [John Treleven] F.A. Cup 2017-18 [In reply to] Can't Post or Reply Privately F.A. Cup 2017-18 1st Round 3p.m. Saturday 4th November unless stated Draw made Monday 16th October There are three Level 8 survivors - Heybridge Swifts, Hyde United, Ossett Town (replay) "Non league" survivors are guaranteed from 5 ties - 10, 13, 17, 34, 39 There are no all Level 4 meetings and only one all Level 3 tie - 36 01 Stevenage L2 4 v Nantwich Town NPP 7 or Kettering Town SLP 7 02 Bradford City L1 3 v Chesterfield L2 4 03 Port Vale L2 4 v Oxford United L1 3 04 Newport County L2 4 v Walsall L1 3 05 Morecambe L2 4 v Hartlepool United C 5 06 Yeovil Town L2 4 v Southend United L1 3 07 Peterborough United L1 3 v Tranmere Rovers C 5 08 Cambridge United L2 4 v Sutton United C 5 09 Forest Green Rovers L2 4 v Macclesfield Town C 5 10 A.F.C. Fylde C 5 v Kidderminster Harriers CN 6 11 Luton Town L2 4 v Portsmouth L1 3 12 Shrewsbury Town L1 3 v Aldershot Town C 5 13 Hereford SLP 7 v A.F.C. Telford United CN 6 14 Guiseley C 5 v Accrington Stanley L2 4 15 Blackburn Rovers L1 3 v Barnet L2 4 16 East Thurrock United CS 6 or Ebbsfleet United C 5 v Doncaster Rovers L1 3 17 Leatherhead ISP 7 v Brackley Town CN 6 or Billericay Town ISP 7 18 Boreham Wood C 5 v Blackpool L1 3 19 Shaw Lane NPP 7 v Mansfield Town L2 4 20 Colchester United L2 4 v Oxford City CS 6 21 Plymouth Argyle L1 3 v Grimsby Town L2 4 22 A.F.C. Wimbledon L1 3 v Lincoln City L2 4 23 Rochdale L1 3 v Dover Athletic C 5 or Bromley C 5 24 Coventry City L2 4 v Maidenhead United C 5 25 Chorley CN 6 or Boston United CN 6 v Fleetwood Town L1 3 26 Carlisle United L2 4 v Oldham Athletic L1 3 27 Notts County L2 4 v Bristol Rovers L1 3 28 Dartford CS 6 v Swindon Town L2 4 29 Cheltenham Town L2 4 v Maidstone United C 5 or Enfield Town ISP 7 30 Woking C 5 or Concord Rangers CS 6 v Bury L1 3 31 Crewe Alexandra L2 4 v Rotherham United L1 3 32 Gillingham L1 3 v Dagenham & Redbridge C 5 or Leyton Orient C 5 33 Hyde United NPN 8 v Milton Keynes Dons L1 3 34 Gainsborough Trinity CN 6 v Slough Town SLP 7 35 Solihull Moors C 5 or Ossett Town NPN 8 v Wycombe Wanderers L2 4 36 Northampton Town L1 3 v Scunthorpe United L1 3 37 Charlton Athletic L1 3 v Truro City CS 6 38 Wigan Athletic L1 3 v Crawley Town L2 4 39 Gateshead C 5 v Chelmsford City CS 6 40 Exeter City L2 4 v Heybridge Swifts ISN 8 (This post was edited by John Treleven on Oct 17, 2017, 7:37 AM) 1 2 3 4 5 6 View All Taken from the F A Cup section on the "Non League Matters" site composed by John Treleven has done a summary from the Ex Pre.Rd. View all to see all Rounds and attendances
  7. If a penalty taker (Reski) hits the post and follows up to score -is that allowed or did the keeper get a touch?
  8. AFC St.Austell 1--Falmouth Town 3 (0-1) 20m.0-1 Marcello Jones,--48m.1-1 ChrisReski Penalty (following up a rebound off the post)--64m.1-2,Marcello Jones (howler from Chapman)--74m,1-3,Jordan Annear (scoring in HIS 7th.consecutive game)--Giles Red Card (2Y)
  9. Radio Cornwall are making the journey today and are giving it full publicity I just got back from my local where I bumped into an ex Senior player and he told me that last Saturday, Hampton & R B .FC stayed at the Camborne Weatherspoons last Friday and he met up with the players and officials at there evening meal at Tyacks where he had a good social with the Hampton contingent-(The heart of Cornwall Rugby)
  10. PARKWAY V GALMPTON & ROSLANDS

    I think Sandhurst Town are the visitors that day
  11. Decent Price

    Burnley(FL.Div2 Champions) did play at Penlee Park in Aug,1973 Penzance 0--Burnley 4 (Frank Casper 2-Martin Dobson-Geoff Nulty) Also played Leighton James(wales) and England World cup defender Keith Newton. Looking in the programme I have a newspaper cutting of John Mead hacking down Fletcher to concede a penalty lol awarded by referee W.c.Pearce
  12. Last night Plymouth Parkway made it 11 wins from 11 played when defeating Plymouth Argyle Res. This is new record for The Premier Division of the SWPL for the best start to a season -bettering the 10 previously held by Saltash. The best unbeaten start to a season is held by Bodmin with 27 games and Bodmin also hold the record of 28 straight wins during a season Information taken from the SW Peninsula website. Only two Premier clubs have scored over 1000 goals in the 10 year history of the SWPL- Bodmin have netted 1073 goals from 374 games and Parkway are close on their heels with 1067 goals from 378 games played. It is looking likely that The SWPL will have movement out of the league as Plymouth Parkway set their sights on a promotion finish to the Western League next season which has only beenseen previously by Buckland Athletic.
  13. The Parkway game has been rescheduled for Saturday April 7th which at the moment will be Falmouth's last game of the season. So there is plenty of scope to rearrange and no need to desperately play and ruin the pitch at this stage of the season.
  14. Truro City v AFC Sudbury

    Heard Pete Masters on Radio Cornwall- he said 50% of the prize money would be given to the players and the word Promotion was mentioned.
  15. Thanks Bob-At least there wern't high travelling costs to cover Camelfod but where did the officials live? Yes Odd Down dont look too well supported -Falmouth were there two seasons ago in the Vase and the official gate was 61 I did meet one ardent Truro fan at Odd Down shouting for Falmouth lol-I wont reveal his name but he was at Bath university at the time.
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