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West Penwith League, Amor Shield, Marazion Cup 1973/74

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For some of the older fogies on here who might remember the heady days (StevieB) these are the teams that competed with the positions they finished:

West Penwith League:

St Buryan (champions)

Pendeen Rovers

Richmond Rangers

Mousehole Reserves

Ludgvan

Penzance 3rds

Marazion Blues Reserves

Herland Rangers

St Just Reserves

Hayle

 

Amor Shield:

St Buryan (champions)

Carbis Bay

Richmond Rangers

Sennen

St Just Reserves

Pendeen Rovers

St Levan

Mousehole Reserves

Ashton

Herland Rangers

Hayle

St Erth

Madron

 

Marazion Cup (split into three groups):

St Buryan, Sennen, St Levan, Pendeen Rovers, Ashton

Richmond Rangers, St Just Reserves, Hayle, St Erth

Carbis Bay, Madron, Herland Rangers, Mousehole Reserves

 

In the West Penwith League, Penzance 3rds played 17 games and drew 11 of them! That has to be one of the highest percentages I have seen.

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3 hours ago, Willow Tree said:

For some of the older fogies on here who might remember the heady days (StevieB) these are the teams that competed with the positions they finished:

West Penwith League:

St Buryan (champions)

Pendeen Rovers

Richmond Rangers

Mousehole Reserves

Ludgvan

Penzance 3rds

Marazion Blues Reserves

Herland Rangers

St Just Reserves

Hayle

 

Amor Shield:

St Buryan (champions)

Carbis Bay

Richmond Rangers

Sennen

St Just Reserves

Pendeen Rovers

St Levan

Mousehole Reserves

Ashton

Herland Rangers

Hayle

St Erth

Madron

 

Marazion Cup (split into three groups):

St Buryan, Sennen, St Levan, Pendeen Rovers, Ashton

Richmond Rangers, St Just Reserves, Hayle, St Erth

Carbis Bay, Madron, Herland Rangers, Mousehole Reserves

 

In the West Penwith League, Penzance 3rds played 17 games and drew 11 of them! That has to be one of the highest percentages I have seen.

Sorry Willow was only  11 at the start of that season , but thanks anyway  :thumbsup:, but still interesting .

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Long Rock musn't have had a team then but I had a closer look at their old ground and put the pictures on twitter.

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Willow , I think you will find Long Rock was reformed in the 90;s not quite sure when but finished 15 years ago  , not on Twitter so can't access the photos ,  the pitch at Rydal was provided by Mike Courtney as he loved sport and wanted to provide football and cricket for the village , he didn't charge for any of the facilities  including the changing rooms  which were enough for four teams to change plus showers ,   at one time there were three football pitches , he was a true gentleman and several ex members of the club attended his funeral! . Not many left like him ., A business man who wanted to put something back into his community for nothing in exchange .

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