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Dave Deacon

Trelawny League - Saturday Sep 9th 2017

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PREMIER DIVISION

Chacewater       0-1             St Keverne

Halsetown         3-7           St Agnes Reserves

St Buryan             1-3            Mawnan

St Day Reserves        6-0              Penryn Athletic Reserves

Stithians             2-1     Helston Athletic 3rds

Wendron United Reserves      6-0              Troon AFC

 

DIVISION 1

Constantine       P-P              Lanner

Mabe                 2-7            Threemilestone

Mousehole Reserves      4-0    Penwith Exiles

Newlyn Non-Athletico      3-7              Mawnan Reserves

RNAS Culdrose Reserves        0-2              Perranporth Reserves

Trispen             1-5            Hayle Reserves

 

DIVISION 2

Falmouth Town            2-4           Gwinear Churchtown

Frogpool & Cusgarne  P-P  Illogan RBL 3rds

Newlyn Lions               4-1            Goonhavern Athletic Reserves

Redruth United Reserves     1-7         Probus

Storm                    1-0             St Day 3rds

Wendron United 3rds         6-0              Mullion Reserves

 

DIVISION 3

Ludgvan Reserves       3-4           Falmouth DC

Ruan Minor                       2-0           New Inn Titans

St Agnes 3rds              1-2           St Just Reserves

St Ives Mariners               3-2              St Erme

 

DIVISION 4

Madron          0-3           Stithians Reserves

Perranwell Reserves     6-2              Mousehole 3rds

Troon AFC Reserves     3-0           Goonhavern Athletic 3rds

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St Agnes Thirds 1-2 St Just Seconds (HT 1-0)

Very much a game of two halves. St Agnes will feel hard done by as I felt they had 2 sin bins early in the first half that were extremely harsh. Changed the game as suddenly the downhill advantage with the wind was gone. Don't like to say the ref 'ruined the game' as without them there's no game, but it wasn't his finest hour let's just say that.

Well contested and St Agnes a good bunch of lads, thanks for putting some food on and see you in a couple of weeks at our place.

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Div 4

Perranwell 6  Mousehole 2

Perran three up but Mousehole hit back with two goals before half time.

A temporary dismissal of a visiting player after 20 mins of second half resulted in goals for the home team.

Both teams well behaved apart from one show of dissent and pleasure to referee.

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Mariners 3 st erme 2.full match report can be seen on this site.Thanks to st erem coming back to the pub and lads ir wont be long before you pick up your first points of the season.final word well done to the ref today dave rowe i seen he has had some critism in the past but today i thought he had a really good game using common sense and let the game flow when he could ?

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Wendron 6-0 mullion 

Awful game to ref... Pitch was perfect, both teams tried to play football the right way, both teams a credit to Cornish football. Any ref would love to ref these two teams every week. Well done ?

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Mousehole Reserves 4 Penwith Exiles 0

A cracking game to watch. Mousehole really turned up and Exiles, despite going four down kept going. Both teams a credit to the league and division 1. Referee must also get a mention for his use of good advantage. 

It must be said Mousehole had a wind assisted first goal from Tom Hooper's free kick from his first half which sailed over a stranded keeper. However with the second free-kick in almost exactly the same place - this was intended! A great piece of skill to make it 2-0.

After the break Exiles came our strong but Mousehole defended resolutely and soaked up all the pressure and played quick on the counter with Chris Bullock up top doing well as a solo striker. 

Jj simmonds pounced on a mistake by the keeper and placed it in the net for 3-0.

A great move involving three or four players played in summer signing Michael Fitchett to make it 4-0. 

Overall a very good result for the league to ensure an early bit of competition at the top of the league. 

As I've mentioned above credit to the Exiles lads. Not a bad tackle in sight- a well contested game in windy conditions. 

Hard to choose a MOM but Joe Davies shaded it for Mousehole. Lee Robinson not far behind. For Exiles no.8 Burt. 

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Mawnan reserves. 

Horrible start to our season. New team in the division we thought we could do better. But learning. From mistakes, took it into this week, and to be fair dominated. Good football, team spirit and most importantly attitude! A great win for us, but we keep learning and take into every week. 

winning 7-3 including silly mistakes from our back four , to concede. But I think we need to remember we're a new team to this division. 

Overall a good 3 points, were ready for the next game! 

Well done newlyn good team and wish all the best! 

 

 

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1 hour ago, fudge said:

Mariners 3 st erme 2.full match report can be seen on this site.Thanks to st erem coming back to the pub and lads ir wont be long before you pick up your first points of the season.final word well done to the ref today dave rowe i seen he has had some critism in the past but today i thought he had a really good game using common sense and let the game flow when he could ?

thanks mate. was a pleasure to ref.

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Fal town 3rds 2-4 Gwinnear bad result for falmouth today especially after Wednesdays great performance! Not the best game to watch from a Falmouth point of view! But we will bounce back next game. All the best to gwinnear this season. Goal scores for falmouth Ollie Richardson and Dom sikorski 

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Divsion 2 (2:30pm kick off)

Storm (1) nico penfold, St day 3rds (0)

james Isaacs's storm made it 3 wins on the bounce to lift them to 4th in division 2 on 9 points, storm dominated the opening stages of the game with relentless attacking on the st day goal, efforts from man on the match (Jonny jones) being saved smartly by the man between the sticks, a long range effort by (Shaun Isaacs) narrowly escaped the bottom corner while storm captain (Ricky moon) worked space in the box to see this effort just go over the bar

for all there domance storm was finding the st day keeper hard to beat and they was at it again after a great cornyfrom (Shaun Isaacs) found a unmarked (moon) to power a header at the bar witch the keeper was 1st to the rebound, st day threatened On rare occasions with the pace of there winger (Jordan Jackson) finding space but great keeping from james Isaacs jr keeping him out, the regemented defence and pace of (Liam Isaacs) seen him cleaning up the finding space to release (nico penfold) and (Jonny jones) in the midfield form storm,

half time storm (0) st day 3rds (0)

Storm was fast out the block in the 2nd half where man of the moment (jonny jones) play a unbelievable chip through ball to find an onrushing (nico penfold) on his 1st start of the season beating the st day keeper with a smart tap in from close range, this goal gave st day the disadvantaged witch seen them push forward only to be met with storms soiled back 3 in fine form, (Barry penfold) came off the bench on up front with (moon) and they started making trouble for the st day defence strait away with a (moon) cross to (penfold) that shown skill and fast feet to beat 2 players but all so beat the post, a hard game but the well deserved 3 points for storm.

scorer, nico penfold

man of the match, (Jonny jones)

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1 hour ago, Moony 9 said:

Divsion 2 (2:30pm kick off)

Storm (1) nico penfold, St day 3rds (0)

james Isaacs's storm made it 3 wins on the bounce to lift them to 4th in division 2 on 9 points, storm dominated the opening stages of the game with relentless attacking on the st day goal, efforts from man on the match (Jonny jones) being saved smartly by the man between the sticks, a long range effort by (Shaun Isaacs) narrowly escaped the bottom corner while storm captain (Ricky moon) worked space in the box to see this effort just go over the bar

for all there domance storm was finding the st day keeper hard to beat and they was at it again after a great cornyfrom (Shaun Isaacs) found a unmarked (moon) to power a header at the bar witch the keeper was 1st to the rebound, st day threatened On rare occasions with the pace of there winger (Jordan Jackson) finding space but great keeping from james Isaacs jr keeping him out, the regemented defence and pace of (Liam Isaacs) seen him cleaning up the finding space to release (nico penfold) and (Jonny jones) in the midfield form storm,

half time storm (0) st day 3rds (0)

Storm was fast out the block in the 2nd half where man of the moment (jonny jones) play a unbelievable chip through ball to find an onrushing (nico penfold) on his 1st start of the season beating the st day keeper with a smart tap in from close range, this goal gave st day the disadvantaged witch seen them push forward only to be met with storms soiled back 3 in fine form, (Barry penfold) came off the bench on up front with (moon) and they started making trouble for the st day defence strait away with a (moon) cross to (penfold) that shown skill and fast feet to beat 2 players but all so beat the post, a hard game but the well deserved 3 points for storm.

scorer, nico penfold

man of the match, (Jonny jones)

"Storms soiled back 3" 

did they all have the same pre match meal??

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Div 1

Newlyn Non athletico 3

Mawnan 7

 

After the worst possible start to the season for us last week losing 9-0 to penwith where everything that could of gone wrong did! We got are season back on track yesterday with a great victory against a good side in Newlyn. thought we played some great football through out and took are chances well when they came are way and every player from the starting 11 to subs put a shift in. Already looking forward to are next fixture next weekend against Trispen away now. 

Mawnan goal scorers 

Liam Dent x3

Jake joyce x2

Dave Thompson x1

George Vinicombe x1

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1 hour ago, Mawnan 2nds said:

Div 1

Newlyn Non athletico 3

Mawnan 7

 

After the worst possible start to the season for us last week losing 9-0 to penwith where everything that could of gone wrong did! We got are season back on track yesterday with a great victory against a good side in Newlyn. thought we played some great football through out and took are chances well when they came are way and every player from the starting 11 to subs put a shift in. Already looking forward to are next fixture next weekend against Trispen away now. 

Mawnan goal scorers 

Liam Dent x3

Jake joyce x2

Dave Thompson x1

George Vinicombe x1

Mate why is Jake getting far enough forward to score twice ?

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21 hours ago, Bruegel the Elder said:

What is wrong with this forum today? Were all the refs competent and all the Linos honest and accurate? Where are the nasty fouls, the sin bins and the multiple red cards? Hardly a whinge to be seen, I really don't know what this league is coming to!

all about respect and playing football. while it's like this it's all good. no room for negative people on here.

 

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On 10/09/2017 at 16:29, Bruegel the Elder said:

What is wrong with this forum today? Were all the refs competent and all the Linos honest and accurate? Where are the nasty fouls, the sin bins and the multiple red cards? Hardly a whinge to be seen, I really don't know what this league is coming to!

I think you'll find that all the people who wrote any kind of report was on the winning team!

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