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  1. Trevor Mewton - RIP - truly a legend!

    On behalf of everyone connected with Cornwall FA i would take this opportunity to send our sincere condolences to Jill and family. Trevor will always be remembered as the Manager of Cornwall FA ( seniors ) who at last won the coveted South West Counties Championship, after many many years of endeavour. Lots more on this achievement will be recalled by those who took part. My personal recollection of Trevor in his early days was of Studs Sports and Riviera Coasters going head to head in the Wednesday 5-a-side league at Tretherras School back in the mid seventies. And also as a D.J. at Tall Trees Night Club, RIP Trevor, yes as many will say he was a true legend in the annals of Cornish Football.
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    Fair assessment Bob. A squad and a season like last season does not come around very often for a small catchment county such as Cornwall. Also Glyn is not helped this season by a couple of very good players who are for their own reasons not willing to play.
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    Mike, the best i can give you is what Richard at the County Office has released. 27/01/18.......Wiltshire Away in the South West Counties Knockout Cup. 10/02/18....Devon Home in the SWCYC Group A fixture. 10/03/18..Somerset Away ....Group A. With Devon Away and Somerset Home in Group A to be arranged.
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    Saturday 9th December. Gloucestershire 5 - 3 Cornwall aet. ( 3-3 ) Essex 0 - 4 Durham Glouces home to Durham in Round 4. Bet Durham were relieved not to have to travel to Cornwall, what would have been for a second time inside twelve months.
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    Saturday 2nd December. Staffordshire 1 - 0 Northamptonshire.
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  7. St.Stephen 10 ( ten ) Halsetown 0. St.Stephen far to strong for Halsetown to handle. Seven goals up after 35 minutes, St.Day will provide much stronger opposition.
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    Saturday 25th November. Isle of Man 4 Middlesex 3 After Extra Time ( 3 - 3 at full time. ) So the holders go out. Northumberland 0 Norfolk 2.
  9. Foxhole Stars 1 Penwith Exiles 3. High flying Foxhole brought down to earth by the Exiles. The visitors went into an early two goal lead and had to survive a second half onslaught from the home side, however in added time a breakaway third ensured the tie. Good to share a few words with the Exiles Secretary at half time and a mention for the match referee who must have felt the cold by wearing a black woolly hat throughout the match.
  10. Result from last evening at Coach Road. Devon 4 Somerset 2 Devon two down early on fought back to win. Tavistock's Jack Tribble with a hat trick.
  11. 6 - 1 to the Brannel Boys, well done, looking forward to a visit on the 25th
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    Outstanding result from last evening. Cambridgeshire 4 - 3 Suffolk. News of the draw for Round 4. Gloucestershire or Cornwall v Essex or Durham. Date for the playing of the above, either Jan 13th or 20th. Got to beat Glouces first, worry about the date afterwards.
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    Thanks Guys. For those interested comprehensive coverage of all the FA Competitions can be followed on the 'Non-League Forum'.
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    FYI. Results from Round Two of the Competition. Sheffield & Hallamshire 4 - 6 Durham. Leicestershire & Rutland 1 - 2 Liverpool. Westmoreland 0 - 1 Birmingham Cheshire 3 - 2 North Riding Norfolk 2 - 1 Jersey Middlesex 4 - 2 Wiltshire Hertfordshire 0 - 1 Northamptonshire Berks & Bucks 5 - 1 Sussex ( aet ) Gloucestershire 2 - 0 Amateur Football Alliance Kent 1 - 3 Cornwall Cambridgeshire v Suffolk - 9th Nov. Herefordshire 0 - 5 Oxfordshire Essex 5 - 1 Bedfordshire Staffordshire 2 - 1 Manchester Northumberland 3 - 0 West Riding Isle of Man 3 - 0 Lancashire Draw for Round 3. Gloucestershire v Cornwall Staffordshire v Northamptonshire Isle of Man v Middlesex Cheshire v Liverpool Birmingham v Oxfordshire Essex v Durham Northumberland v Norfolk Cambridgeshire or Suffolk v Berks & Bucks.
  15. Paul, would endorse your congratulations to your 'home club' Polperro and also to add a mention to Carharrack who inflicted a seven goal drubbing on visiting Dobwalls. So two of the three step 7 invites have earned a place in the Quarter Finals. Commiserations go to St.Agnes going down at home to Wendron United.