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    An earlier kick off might entice someone to do two games
  2. If it was an ineligible player, Penryn would lose three points but Penwith wouldn't get any points.
  3. Must admit I expected a similar result to when St Blazey played Penzance on the opening day a few seasons back
  4. Probably too early to tell but how have local attendances been affected by this crazy situation. Today while Truro were playing at home in Torquay, Falmouth were at home to Ivybridge. Was there any significant change on the average?
  5. I fear it will be a long season for Ludgvan. But full credit for getting a team together. It will be hard going but hopefully in true Ludgvan style they will make every game. What's the worst outcome. They finish bottom and get relegated. Much more honourable than withdrawing mid season and having to rebuild from the Trelawny League. If St Blazey had brought their shooting boots it could have been a rout with the Hurler's goal leading a charmed life at times. Good saves and bad finishing kept the score down but we'll done to everyone involved. Good to see Blaise Park looking good. Especially good to see that someone had removed the vegetation that was growing in the gents toilets at the far end. Truro City could have developed it into a home ground, having used it before!
  6. SiJames the voice of the Trelawny League 😂👍
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    Junior Cup Draw

    Last season despite an east-west split, in the second round Ruan Minor were paired with St Kew when there were sides like Queens Rangers, Roche Res, Holywell & Cubert, St Mawgan, St Dennis Res, Foxhole, Sticker Res, and Grampound who were much closer and could have been placed in the western section. I know that there is an unofficial line that strings roughly from St Austell to Newquay to separate east and west that naturally will change every season but going further than Wadebridge to me equates bad planning. I think I knew how it happened but for a small village team on the Lizard Peninsula to travel further than some east teams for a supposed west draw didn't make sense.
  8. Two divisions, one of six and division 2 with seven. According to full time it would appear that the cup could be home and away groups but it's hard to decipher. The constitution is: Division 1: Charlestown, Helston, Illogan, Mousehole, Newquay Celtic, Penryn. Division 2: FXU, Porthleven, RNAS Culdrose, St Agnes Reserves, St Breward, St Teath, Wadebridge.
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    Junior Cup Draw

    Hopefully despite all the byes the draw for the next round will be better planned. It's still East v West in the second round so Ruan Minor having to travel to St Kew was nonsense. Hopefully this year....
  10. Falmouth DC 0-3 New Inn Titans
  11. When and if the rain comes, will there still be moaning about playing four times a week?
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    Loyal members

    Mike Young, Pete Young and Anthony Retallick at Penryn. Formed the club in 1963 and are still there today.