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  1. Portreathlegend

    Illogan 3rds

    Evening all, Illogan 3rd's - Division 2 next season of Trelawney League are looking away friendlies.... Happy to play teams in combo league or below. Please let me know if anyone has any free Saturdays left..... Alan (Bundi) 07943692178
  2. We have this discussion every season........ the league will want 5 divisions so will allow all the teams in that want to, so they can be seen has having a nice big league.... With this in mind, winters are getting worse, less committed players and most importantly, we don't have enough refs.... but none of things will matter, as long as we have a big league. Here is what we need to do, create a league structure that allows all teams currently in the league to have a decent size league to play in, we have junior cup so lets create a cup for all teams not in the junior cup............ that's it for cup games...... Lets start the league the earliest we can in August, for all teams that don't share a pitch blah blah blah I think the main focus should now be to concentrate on quality rather than quantity.... lets try and get a league structure in place that ensures we get the maximum amount of games covered by refs........ so many clubs folded this year because of lack of players........ don't create anymore teams, this means the clubs who were going out with bare 11 or luckily 12 will now be the only clubs players can go to, too many clubs stretches the pool of players we have...... I know not everyone will agree but I personally would like to see no clubs fold next year because of lack of players...... the only way to do this is limit the amount of clubs out there.... so people have to play for a club already in existence..... Look at the clubs gone with a great structure and facilities...... Trispen, Chacewater, Marazion...... Lets focus on looking after the clubs Cornwall already has, rather than creating new clubs.... lets get grants in place for old clubs struggling with facilities to be able to keep going, we don't need grants for new teams being created, we need funding to keep the clubs in cornwall still operating....... Just my opinion........
  3. hi alan could you please contact me on 07894279866 regards anthony

  4. HI MATE




  5. Hi there, i dont think we will be able to do our friendly on saturday, i am sorry. alan Portreath afc

  6. we are just looking for anytime in june/july really so hopefully the cornish weather will be good to us. do you know how much the lights cost you to hire, i might see if they will donate the lights for a couple of nights use. i will keep you updated.

  7. Hi Alan,

    Thanks very much. What a good idea. We used them for training those portable lights and got them from HSS Hire at pool. When are you looking to hold the event???

  8. hi mark, thanks for the other, obviously i really appreciate the offer and i wont say no yet, because floodlights will be needed but i can try to arrange portable lights through speedy hire, so i will definitely keep st.days offer on the table at the moment, thank you mark i really am grateful for the offer. alan

  9. Hi Alan, i have just read about your charity football match. I am the groundsman of St Day Fc and wouldd like to offer are football club as your hosting venue. The only thing i think you will need i suppose is flood lights which we don't have, but i thought i would offer any way as i like to help any charity any time i can.

    Whens t going ahead.

    Kindest Regards

  10. Hi Alan - St Agnes AFC - right on your doorstep! Minis train on a Saturday morning at St Agnes School - he would be Under 8's for our new side next season. 9.45am - 11.30am - £2. 07974 370666. Mandy

  11. Hi Portreathlegend, I don't know if you got my answer to your query about sizes of kits to take to Uganda. We tend to try to take small to youth sizes but anything is better than what they have at present I.E. nothing!!! We don't take boots or socks because they mostly play barefoot. Having said that the odd pair of 7-9 boots to take out to the sports teachers would be much ...

  12. Hi and thanks for replying. We tend to take small to youth sizes of kits but, as they usually play bare foot, we take just shirts and shorts. Boots, socks and shin pads are a rarity. I know that the odd pair of boots size 7-9 for the sports teachers would be appreciated by them and give them an air of one upmanship amongst the other sports teachers when they go to local competitions.