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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:thumbsup:

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:c:

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.

  

 

 

 

 

 

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13 hours ago, Dave Deacon said:

Good spot Mike. Predictive text probably. I’ve amended appropriately - Hertfordshire lost to Northamptonshire 

Thanks Guys.

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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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On 06/11/2017 at 17:02, David Bray said:

 

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:thumbsup:

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:c:

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.

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

On 06/11/2017 at 17:02, David Bray said:

 

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:thumbsup:

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:c:

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.

  

 

 

 

 

 

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.

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Isle of Man have beaten Lancs and Middlesex - must be a promising side and with both Riding sides out  and either Cheshire or Liverpool going out in next round- it’s got to be looking good for Cornwall to go one better this year 👍

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On 26/11/2017 at 17:41, David Bray said:

 

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.

Saturday 2nd December.

Staffordshire 1 - 0  Northamptonshire. 

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On 05/12/2017 at 17:48, David Bray said:

Saturday 2nd December.

Staffordshire 1 - 0  Northamptonshire. 

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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3 hours ago, Mike Odgers said:

David (Bray) -Have you any more dates confirmed for The Cornwall County U18's ?

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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Real shame for the lads - below is the link to ‘highlights’ of the game. It does look like the squad is missing the composure of last season, across central defence and central midfield - lots of effort but decision making missing a bit in this game.

Still plenty to play for this season, And Glynn’s comments at the end say it all. Good luck to all

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=FIQ6hsrByF4

 

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17 hours ago, Bobjfh said:

Real shame for the lads - below is the link to ‘highlights’ of the game. It does look like the squad is missing the composure of last season, across central defence and central midfield - lots of effort but decision making missing a bit in this game.

Still plenty to play for this season, And Glynn’s comments at the end say it all. Good luck to all

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=FIQ6hsrByF4

 

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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19 minutes ago, David Bray said:

Fair assessment Bob. A squad and a season like last season dose 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. 

Dave  - I know at least one who you are taking about, really don’t understand an ego that doesn’t want to play County football - the chances don’t come around often -maybe a ‘golden boot’ is more important? 

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8 hours ago, David Bray said:

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. 

I'd like to know which players are refusing to play for Cornwall. If ever I was a good enough player to be picked to play for the county, then there's no way I would reject that chance.

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Just now, Postman Pat said:

Can you not stop them from playing for their club on the day of the county game I know that it is a bit extreme but attitudes need to be changed Not just in local football

In many Counties you can and clubs are not allowed to play players selected for County football - the point is though, if they don't want to play how much use will they be?? I do question the attitude of the players involved though and the advice they are being given by their club or people they listen to. As this is an U18 issue, it would be wrong to 'name and shame', however I would put a small bet that the same player(s) will court controversy as their 'careers' move into men's football.

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21 hours ago, Anne Teake said:

I understand one very good player has been persuaded by his manager to play for his club instead

Very disappointing to hear. Playing for your county is a once in a lifetime opportunity. One you should never turn down. I'd like to know the manager's reason for persuading this unnamed player to play for club over county.

2 hours ago, Nanks said:

No player should ever turn down the chance to play for their County.

 

This is something I totally agree with Nanks. It's certainly something I would never do.

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1 hour ago, Bobjfh said:

In many Counties you can and clubs are not allowed to play players selected for County football

This is still the case.

Glynn always tells the players - that if they have a change of mind and don't want to play, that's ok. That happens. What is probably more upsetting is when there is a communication breakdown!

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On 10/12/2017 at 16:52, David Bray said:

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.

 

Lucky Durham, they travel to Cirencester Town FC for the fixture on the 13th January.

Don't have to put up the limited facilities at Almondsbury. 

 

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On 14/12/2017 at 22:46, Anne Teake said:

I understand one very good player has been persuaded by his manager to play for his club instead

Used to happen in the 1970s with the senior team. Clubs would put a player under contract which would make him ineligible.

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