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Mike Odgers

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  1. Top supporter Ray and seasons greetings to you Still only two Cornish clubs to reach the 2nd Round Proper of The F A Trophy. lol 1977-76 Hendon 4 --Falmouth Town 0 2015-16 Truro city 0--Macclesfield Town 2
  2. Will Borlaise Park be on stand by to play it?--It was bleak driving through the slush in Carharrack this morning
  3. Bideford player Billy Tucker was sent off in the previous weeks game at Salisbury where the referee abandoned the game after 43 minutes after an altercation by the tunnell as Tucker was being escorted off by his team mates.
  4. FACYC Latest.

    David (Bray) -Have you any more dates confirmed for The Cornwall County U18's ?
  5. A former Hayle player -I will add to his cv In his previous 5 seasons at Falmouth Joe has scored one goal per season- Yesterday he notched his second of this season -he is now 'on fire' lol
  6. It was good to say hello Steve but I didn't realise you had to shoot off to run the line-plenty more to talk over for future meets.You do a good service for local football and of course your fellow assistant Dave James. I only saw first half and i thought Hayle defended well -not in desperation but organised and I can't recall Falmouth getting behind the back line for any clear cut chances.There was a 10 minute or so spell when Hayle had Town on the back foot and with a bit more power would have scored but captain Joe cleared yards from the line. I was not surprised to hear Falmouth come on strong in the second half as this is one of the fittest squads I have seen in my many years at Bickland as I understand they employ very intense training sessions. Hoping Hayle can climb the table as the club with its facilities and ambitions are sure to be a future name in Cornish football. btw the third goal from a corner is showing debate -was it own goal or maybe Joe Cooper who got a touch? ----- Joe Cooper confirmed Two Ex Falmouth players in the Hayle lineup Matt Laity (2012/13) 13 Apps) and layer manager Lee Patchett (2003/04) 25 Ap.
  7. Bodmin Town or Tavistock v Plymouth Parkway Falmouth Town v Torpoint Athletic Godolphin Atlantic v Newton Abbot spurs Mousehole or Launceston v Teignmouth
  8. It does apply in the SW Peninsula League but not sure if the County F A have adopted this situation. Steve I will be watching near the pay box so just ask in there for me.
  9. Illogan RBL

    Following the decision by Penryn Athletic this season
  10. Falmouth will be playing Hayle in the Senior Cup next Saturday so thev Reserves v Perranporth will be postponed Rob Wearne was cup tied so was selected well before the first team was called off.
  11. Yes thats him he was a top salesman always sold the lot-he uninvited walked into our office once and made a good sale.-A true Camborne character Stoke Gabriel 1 Tavistock 0 -Tavy'the last SWPL(P) to lose their unbeaten record
  12. If Truro City are to ground share at Priory Park next season it wont be acceptable to the National League and Truro to have so many games called off due to the weather seeing that clubs will be travelling up to 300 miles distance. Two consecutive games postponed -waterlogged pitch
  13. THat Plymouth Evening Herald was a great Saturday night occasion as we waited for the Van to race into Camborne square with a big crowd in anticipation-The paper had all the local football news and every match report up to half time. The Argyle report was in full and I will never forget seeing Jimmy Greaves of Spurs sitting in the train reading his own headlines ^Greaves sinks Argyle" Early 1960's On one occasion Pengegon F C had a friendly against a team called Torr United before an Argyle game and on the train home there was a full report of our game in the Evening Herald. Great days _Saturday was a 24 hour Football day
  14. Its a pity as Dennis Annear was about to make a Falmouth appearance. Tie now arranged for next Saturday December 9th. With three Town players on County duty next week, Hayle will be pleased and so will Falmouth who were set to play at Bodmin.
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