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  1. 5 points

    Stand out referees so far

    Sian Massey
  2. 4 points
    Blaise park looked great again today Paul,credit to all involved , up the town !
  3. 3 points

    Trelawny League results 14/9/19

    Trelawny Premier Holman SC 3-0 Lanner first home game of the season, pitch and changing rooms looking fantastic and the odd shaped ball chuckers adding to a really lively sporting atmosphere down at Blaythorne. We promptly decided to bugger that up by playing pretty garbage first half and missing the 6 min penalty through jack Mankee didn’t settle the nerves too much either! Normallly I don’t dwell on penalty misses but the amount of grief I got last year for the semifinal miss with even a song dedicated to it means it gets a mention 😳😂 To be fair Lanner were much improved and their keeper seriously had a 1973 Polish aura about him (that comment has just been lost on 80% of this forum😉) 0-0 HT Holmans were shooting towards their equivilant of the Kop end (scoreboard end) and got the breakthrough with a Rob Hopkins header from a corner which settled everyone down a bit browner whacked in 2 more to make it 3-0 although the jury is out that maybe Danny park got the third in his last match before he becomes a tax dodging student but a satisfactory 3 points keeps Holmans top but need to improve before the really tricky visit of Threemilestone next week. Game today very well reffed by stand in Danny Inch 👍
  4. 3 points
    Mike Odgers

    Malcolm Mullis RIP

    Malcolm Mullis 1981 Manager of Bugle SWL
  5. 3 points
  6. 3 points

    Duchy League Saturday Sept 7th

    Not our proudest moment in being unable to raise a side, and can only apologise to the referee and to Gorran for the late notice; our manager did everything he could to scrape 11 together (including himself) with players away, at a wedding, working and injured, but got let down by a (small) group of players as he was on his way to the game. An unfortunate sign of the times when many players see football as something they do when there is nothing else going on on a Saturday. Ironically, our first team had a full squad of 16, but we couldn’t use any of them as 2 of the reserve side have already helped the first team in 2 games recently, meaning we’d have fallen foul of the senior players rule. But, we’ve regrouped, paid the fine and will move on to Saturday.
  7. 2 points

    Cornish teddy boy

    Hi all Just a quick shoutout for Paul Smith(Cornish teddy boy) He came to watch our game on Saturday Penzance reserves v ST Agnes after the game he drove home and was found three hours later still in his car so his daughter phoned 999 he was rushed to Treliske hospital where he was diagnosed with sepsis. He has been receiving treatment for the last couple of days and is very slowly recovering. We all at Penzance wish him a speedy recovery and we hope to see you on the sideline very soon. Penzance AFC
  8. 2 points
    Ryan Barnes-Luke Barner-Ollie Moody-Martyn Duff-Joe Cooper(C)-Ryan Martt-Tim Nixon(Sam Pickup 81m)-Jack Webber-Jack Bowyer(Matt Buchan 65m)-Luke Brabyn-Olly Walker Unused subs Andrew Westgarth-Reuben Talbot Injured-Ben Oliver-Dave Broglino-Luke Johnson Unavailable Dave Blizzard-Ryan Chinn Joe Cooper 253 Appearances overtakes George Torrance (252) in his sight Allan Morris (254)--Joe is now 22nd.on the all time Falmouth appearance list
  9. 2 points
    Well done Hayle quality result today, credit to the club, against a good porthleven side. Both sides played good football and both a credit to the combo league. Good luck to Porthleven for the rest of the season, definitely going to up there all season. Good club and great people running it.
  10. 2 points
    Read the forum..DOH!
  11. 1 point

    Bodmin car parking charges

    Just to remind you Leeds we are still Cornwall's Premier Club, we were prepared to take the plunge and progress up the pyramid ladder which is more than I can say for certain clubs in Cornwall.
  12. 1 point
    FT: Plymouth Parkway 10 (F.Williams 39 secs, 57, Carter 29, 53, 64, M. Williams 12 secs into the 2nd half, 48, Bentley 51, Damerell 78, Copp 86) Odd Down (Bath) 0 Parkway entertained 6th placed Odd Down for their second league match in 4 days in a potentially tricky fixture knowing a win would take them to the top of the table. For the first time this season the starting 11 was unchanged from the previous game and with manager Lee Hobbs unavailable due to a family commitment, coach Karl Curtis took charge for the day. Jamie Lowry was named amongst the five substitutes. For the second successive game Parkway got off to the perfect start by going ahead inside the first minute, this time on 39 secs. A smart move along the right released Fletcher Williams whose powerful, angled drive cannoned in off the far post giving him his first goal for the club. Parkway continued to look dangerous in the early stages with Aaron Bentley shooting just wide and a Mikey Williams effort being blocked close in. Odd Down gradually came into the game with Jacob Bird seeing his shot saved low down by Kyle Moore on 9 minutes with the game’s first yellow card shown to Billy Palfrey for a strong challenge on 10 minutes. With Parkway playing at a high tempo and moving the ball at pace through midfield, on 15 minutes Odd Down’s Callum Gould was yellow carded for a foul which halted a promising Parkway attack. The visitors almost equalised in a breakaway on 16 minutes. A diagonal ball to the left found Reeko Best unmarked with his hooked cross finding Bird in the 6 yard box whose point blank header was superbly pushed one handed at full stretch round the post by Moore. The game now became more even with Connor Biggins becoming more influential in midfield for Odd Down as they continued to play on the break. On 24 minutes a fine overlapping run on the left from Jordan Copp saw his cross find Teigan Rosenquest whose first time shot was blocked with Rosenquest, now having switched to the right, seeing another effort hit the side netting on 26 minutes. Dave Hare then saw yellow after bringing down Copp who had made another penetrating run down the left. With Parkway now getting the upper hand, they increased their lead on 29 minutes. A long ball saw Fletcher Williams, playing in a more advanced role today, chase down and flick the ball over the onrushing Odd Down keeper Liam Jacques from around 12 yards with the ball dropping to the predatory Carter who finished calmly from close range. With Parkway now firmly in control and their midfielders showing drive and tenacity and the Odd Down defence coming under increasing pressure, further half chances were created on 30 and 32 minutes. Parkway should have forged further ahead on 39 minutes. Another telling ball into the danger area was fumbled by Jacques with the unmarked Carter inexplicably nodding wide from very close range. A rare Odd Down attack on 41 minutes saw them awarded a free kick 25 yards out with a header going well over. Parkway created a couple more chances as the half came to an end with Fletcher Williams shooting over on 42 minutes and a Shane Krac snapshot being superbly saved by the feet of Jacques on 44 minutes. A thoroughly competent, disciplined display from Parkway who defended solidly, were creative and penetrative through their midfield and well worthy of their 2-0 half time lead. However there was little indication of what was to follow in the second half which got off to an even more explosive start than the first. With many of the 176 in attendance still finishing off their half time pint and pasty, Parkway got their third goal straight from the kick off. A long diagonal ball into the 18 yard area from Bentley saw Carter just glance a header on to the left where Mikey Williams came charging in and rifled a first time shot into the roof of the net with the goal being timed at 12 seconds. On 4 minutes the same player then made another strong run with his shot being superbly saved by Jacques at full stretch. From the resultant corner Odd Down failed to clear with Mikey Williams notching his second by reacting the quickest and turning smartly to hook home from close range. With Parkway now in full flow and Odd Down looking shell shocked, the fifth goal came on 51 minutes. A sharp exchange of passes wide on the right between the tireless Rosenquest and the lively Krac saw Bentley latching on to the loose ball seeing his powerful strike on target sliced in to the roof of the net from on the goal line by an unfortunate defender under pressure from Mikey Williams. Lively post match discussions with your correspondent and the Parkway players involved took place with your scribe opting to credit Bentley with the goal! With Parkway now looking more threatening with every attack, the sixth goal came on 53 minutes. A mad scramble in the 6 yard box and determined battling by Parkway to keep the ball alive saw Carter eventually slam home from around 6 yards. Carter then blasted wide when well placed after another flowing move. On 57 minutes Parkway got their seventh and arguably best goal of the game so far. Fletcher Williams, having his best game for the club after arriving in the close season, was left free some 35 yards out and without hesitation lashed home a superb strike giving Jacques no chance. The first 12 minutes of the half had produced 5 goals in a remarkable display of attacking football coupled with clinical finishing. Gould was replaced on the hour by Curt Dunn, one of only two named substitutes by the visitors. Parkway continued to pour forward with Krac firing just over on 61 minutes after being set up by Carter just before Parkway replaced the redoubtable Rob Farkins with Will Tinsley. Bentley moved into central defence with Tinsley slotting in at right back. Odd Down did manage a breakout on 63 minutes with a shot from distance being lofted just over. Tinsley’s first contribution to the game on 64 minutes was a trademark long throw deep into the penalty area to Carter who was bundled over by Dariuz Davey. Carter’s unusually feeble spot kick was parried away by Jacques only for Carter to redeem himself and pounce on the rebound to complete yet another hattrick. Carter, having given the Odd Down defenders a torrid time all game was then replaced by Curtis Damerell with Parkway making their final change on 70 minutes with the hard working and influential Krac being replaced by Antonio Costa. With the visitors now visibly tiring, the changes proved only to enhance the Parkway momentum as on 78 minutes they got their ninth. Another superb, fluent passing move involving Fletcher Williams, Costa and Rosenquest saw the ball laid back to Damerell some 10 yards out with the substitute finishing with an angled drive in a calm, confident, clinical manner for his first goal for the club. Costa and Damerell then combined well to set up Rosenquest who shot was deflected wide by a weary Odd Down defender. On 80 minutes Bentley almost got his second when his forceful header from another corner was superbly tipped over by Jacques. With Parkway continuing to push everyone forward, a rare Odd Down break on 82 minutes saw Dunn shoot well over from 12 yards. Damerell, who had looked very sharp and threatening since coming on, then set up Rosenquest who shot wide. With Odd Down now under constant pressure Davey was booked on 85 minutes for a tired looking challenge centrally some 25 yards from goal. From the resultant free kick Parkway amazingly hit double figures with arguably the best goal of the game, maybe even surpassing Fletcher Williams’ earlier effort. Copp hit a stunning strike into the angle of the top corner which would have beaten any goalkeeper. Parkway almost increased their lead going into stoppage time with a neat exchange between Damerell and Costa, who had both played nice little cameos since coming on, saw the latter fire just over. After a routine, solid first half display with Odd Down not completely out of it and competing well, the second half saw Parkway in devastating form with a ruthless display of fast moving, fluent attacking footballing which completely overwhelmed the plucky visitors. The game saw them much more clinical in their finishing which had been the missing ingredient in previous games with 6 different players getting on the score sheet today. Defensively they were solid with an unchanged back four providing a firm foundation on which to build their attacking play. The win sees Parkway climb to the top of the table, 3 points clear having played 6 games with a healthy goal difference of plus 23. Regrettably there will be no edited highlights of today’s goalfest as the volunteer videographer Mike Parrish was taking a welcome weekend break away with his family. Hopefully he’ll return to the gantry this week as the games continue to come thick and fast at Stadio Bolitho. Southern League Division 1 (step 4) side Bideford AFC visit on Wednesday in the first round of the Devon St Lukes Challenge Bowl with a 7.45 kick off followed by 10th placed Keynsham Town the visitors in the league next Saturday.
  13. 1 point


    penryn 4 0 st breward
  14. 1 point


    And he's going to predict a Home win. Right Al?
  15. 1 point
    Looked like Bodmin were getting on a bit of a run in recent weeks, this result against a pretty average Buckland side is surprising. Back to the drawing board I guess, but wonder if a seemingly revolving door of playets is going to help with bedding down and getting a team unit going.
  16. 1 point
    Sticker Forever

    Senior cup

    Is there a list of all the 1st round Senior Cup results anywhere please? I got a Sunday Independent this morning but their coverage of it was almost laughable and not much help, never again. Thanks to the chaps who do put reports on here but is there a full list of results anywhere? Even the Cornwall FA site only got about half the scores on there as well
  17. 1 point
    Thanks Mike much appreciated
  18. 1 point
    Little bit harsh calling Corri a gwinear reject... He just wanted to better himself 😂 I would have thought an ex hayle reject would have had a little more respect towards ex players of his club. Sometimes players move on and managers also, but reject he definitely isnt.... Corri had a great game, keeper made a good save for the penalty. As I said to you I my message last night, you guys did well, having a man sent off didnt help us, especially when the ref admitted it should have been a sin bin for dissent and not a sending off. Also like i said to you, even with 11 men we knew you was going to be a tough team to beat, but I think before the sending off we dealt with everything you threw at us and was leading 1-0. I have alot of respect for you and Gwinear, you have a great bunch of boys but a little harsh with the comment. Look forward to playing tour at your place and hopefully a closer game. Don't think Billy deserved **** of the day, wasnt his fault that my 16 year old full back kept him locked in his pocket all game.....
  19. 1 point

    Stand out referees so far

    NO REFEREE BASHING!!!!! Who has been your stand out refs thus far this season with a good 4 weeks of football being played so far ive really noticed a high standard of officiating this season. So far my stand out refs have been that big lad from redruth way elliot green i think hes called, dave rowe, and young liam mankee's referred at hayle this season and have been amazing. Also nice to see neil rudkin back in the middle great player in his day and a very good referee. Lets hope the season continues with this high level of standard. On a side note I'd also like to shout out to Andy Jenkin who had a tough game vs minor but controlled it very well and held his own with true grit.
  20. 1 point
    I can’t comment on the specifics and sounds unfortunate. St Newlyn East last year played away at North Petherwin. When we arrived the appointed Ref had decided to retire! One of their ex players agreed to ref the game and he was awesome. Did it professionally and impartially despite his obvious connection to the club. Personally I’d prefer to play if there is a qualified ref available.
  21. 1 point

    Truro v Gosport

    Southern league. Saturday 14th Sept. Truro City 1 Gosport Borough 0 Truros scorer Louis Rooney in the 96th minute to secure 3 points and keep City in 2nd spot in the table.
  22. 1 point
    Darin Morse

    Senior cup

    In fairness, in the excitement of such a thrilling match, it was hard to keep track of everything going on so I can't be sure which St Day subs took to the field. Apologies if the error is mine. Best of luck to a fine St Day team in the next round. I still don't understand why rolling subs aren't standard in every competition.
  23. 1 point
    A quick thank you. Reffed St Ive Marriners and Four lanes today, the first half i blew my whistle 7 times! 2nd half got a bit fierce when Marriners against the run of play got a 3-3 equaliser in the 86th minute but credit to both teams and managers. they came to play football and did. Kudos to your teams gentlemen!
  24. 1 point
    Darin Morse

    Senior cup

    Saturday 14th September 2019 Senior Cup St Day 5 (Willis 4, Richards 45, 85, Williams 48, 86) Foxhole 2 (Coates 12, Cheshire 18) Foxhole (4-3-3): Ben Hurst; Ryan Wilkins, Josh Andrews, Angel Coates, Lee Whetter; Rory Barnicle, Levi Kerrigan, Frank McAvoy; Benno Bould, Tyler Cheshire, Nathan Papaioannou. Sub: Jay Manning. St Day (4-4-2): Ben Whiting; Sam Kevern, Matt Witts, Luke Hart, Tom Hogarth; Jacob Williams, Adam Stephens, Nathan Taylor, Joe Crossman; Jack Willis, Dan Richards. Subs: Louis Hall, Chris Dobson, Rob Hoskings, James Daniel, Joff Mallaber. In their first visit to the People's Republic in living memory, Foxhole's hopes of a day out on Easter Monday foundered at the first hurdle but they can count themselves desperately unlucky not to have at least forced extra time after a brave display. Twice striking the bar, and on the receiving end of perhaps the most incredible goal-line clearance ever, they unfortunately were also left to rue some unfortunate defensive mishaps and confusion as to whether the FA's rolling sub rule applied to one of their own competitions. Having already somehow fired wide after rounding the keeper, Willis put St Day ahead inside five minutes when Hurst allowed the lively striker's effort to squirm between his legs. However the super Foxes hit back with a fantastic volley from Coates before Cheshire turned Kevern and hit a peach into the far corner. Foxhole were to enjoy a decent spell of pressure and ought to have extended their advantage, with new signing McAvoy prominent. Their profligacy was punished seconds before the break when, out of nothing, Richards' drive again caught out Hurst, who, to be fair, had earlier performed miracles to deny Crossman in a rare home sortie. St Day again began the second half in blistering style, a hobbling Andrews unable to prevent Richards' cut-back for Williams to make it 3-2. Foxhole were to spend the next half hour camped in their opponents' final third, but the ball resolutely refused to find the net, largely due to determined defending from twin centre-halves Hogarth and Hart, and calm keeping from Whiting. Fortune was not on our side, though, as both McAvoy and Cheshire struck free-kicks against the bar, while Kevern amazingly blocked Bould's pile-driver from point-blank range after Whiting had smothered Manning's initial shot. Andrews was clearly in no fit state to continue but, with the already withdrawn Wilkins waiting to return to the fray, the referee vetoed his re-entry. St Day gleefully capitalised on now only having to face ten men to settle the match late on through Richards and Williams. Well played the desperately unlucky super Foxes for a great effort. Good luck to St Day. Many thanks to George Pattison, Ian Osborne and the home lino.
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    Perranwell 1, Penryn Res 4

    I made the short trip down from London today to watch this game. A well deserved win for penryn, they were by far the superior side. Perranwell never gave up but the lack of quality was clear to see. Anyway enough of that, I’ve watched my fair share of local football over the years but I must say that the perranwell manager, fisher I believe he’s called? is the most embarrassing bloke I’ve ever seen at a local game. Non stop abuse for 90 minutes and clearly no footballing knowledge, why anyone would want to play for him I do not know. He’s the only bloke I know who’s glasses have VAR installed into them because he somehow saw every offside despite never being in line with it! Despite all that, it was a lovely afternoon of football with the sun shining for 90 minutes, happy days.
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    Truro v Gosport

    Proper job 👍
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    What’s weird about it? Carharrack presumably has less than the 7 players required to fulfil the fixture so rightly it’s called off. One of those who were available then goes and helps out a friend of his in another league. No harm, no foul!
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    Truro v Gosport

    96th minute ! That must be Rayvon time ! 😁
  29. 1 point
    FA Vase 2nd Qualifying Round Torpoint Athletic 4-1 Portishead Town FT: 1-1 AET: 4-1 Att: 109 The men from The Mill took the game into extra time with an 89th minute strike from Jon McCreery with a 18 yard shot. In extra time, Torpoint never looked back as Lewis Young headed home, a Owen Raven header and a Gary Hird strike. The first half was goalless and the visitors took the leaded in the 48th minute through Jack Sell. In the last ten minutes of normal time Luke Cochlan and Alex Chapman we’re both sent off for late challenges.
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    Hayle 3 port 1 goals from hayle kizzy jordan and Craig good game end to end port very good footballing side hayle with grit and determination chances for both teams very entertaining for the rather large crowd think the away team brought half of portheleven with them reffed well by Rodney barring the yellow 😂 no game next week for hayle 🍺🍺🍺
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    silly billy


    Wrong 🤣
  32. 1 point

    Duchy League Results September 14th

    Wow, get on The Major. Looking good, need to get down to watch you ASAP. Well done On Full Time it is down delabole won 10-0
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    Heard he’s on big big money that’s what temped him away , and playing at the right end of the league .dont no if he is quite good enough what I seen of him at G . He was good for the g but st Austell a step up and play football . Not just a kick and rush team
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    Is it £1.50 for a cup of tea at treyew ray ? 🤔
  35. 1 point
    St Darren

    Southern League Cup

    I didn’t even know England were playing!
  36. 1 point
    Straight to the point Dave no messing 🤣😂 I've heard hes moving on?
  37. 1 point
    Saw the Helston vs Blazey game last night. Not the best game really.having said that I couldn't see much through a very deep fog. Thought Blazey played the better football but never really got any clear chances. Helston on the other hand were untidy but took there chances well especially that Goldie. He likes a moan tho. Blazey scored two but one luckily fell to a striker 3 yards out after a few deflection and couldn't miss. The second a penalty,putting the helston keeper the wrong way. Overall I would say correct result,sometimes when a team doesn't perform but wins is a big positive.
  38. 1 point


    Agreed. If they were lacking & still won then tells its own story !
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    Don’t forget the East Division!!! Wednesday 11th September SWPL Premier Division East Ivybridge Town 0 Torpoint Athletic 1 It was a solitary goal by Lewis Young late in the second half that sealed the win for the men from The Mill on this damp evening at Erme Valley on Wednesday evening. The match was only ten minutes old when Gary Hird head just wide from 12 yards after a superb cross in. Two minutes later the hosts had a chance as Sam Stevens went inch’s wide. Twenty minutes into the match Paul Heveran hit 30 yard screamer to go very close over the cross bar. Three minutes later, Danny Zalick hit the crossbar after breaking through the hosts defence. Just before the break The Ives hit the post from Sam Ryan. The game ebbed and flowed the second half and the 67th minute a Sam Ryan free kick from 25 yards was put around the post by visiting goal keeper Jason Peters. With ten minutes left, prolific goal scorer Lewis Young, shoots home after good build play to be the winner and took the wind out of sails of the home side. With a few minutes left, Paul Heveran went just wide from 20yards. Stats Ivybridge Town: K. Gregory, H, Harvey-Searle, S. Pocock, D. Youldon, J. Zimmerma, J. Rowe. S. Ryan, S. Stevens (T. Moody 75), C. McAuley, J. Hanson. Subs not used: J. Seery, H. Tomlinson, J . Webb Sin Bins: None Torpoint Athletic: H. Peters, P. Heveran, L. Bevan, S. Hill, E. Crawford, D. Hicks, L. Young, M. Lucas (J. McCreery 78), D. Zalick, L. Kershaw (O. Raven 61), G. Hird (J. Miller 45). Subs not used: L. Pacey Sin Bins: None Bookings: None Att: 86 MOM: Darren Hicks Referee: Andrew Glanville
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    The 12th October 2019 is going to be NON LEAGUE DAY in England, to all you fans of Cornish Football/Soccer fans and programme collectors, a treat for you, ST ERME FC host Holmans Sports Club Reserves on that date and I am publishing their FIRST EVER PROGRAMME. The Programme will cost just £1 plus SAE(if you cant make the match and would like to order one), please email me on hornby60uk@yahoo.co.uk for more details. Dave Deacon and Neil Pitt and the lads from St Erme FC all know me and will vouch that this is not a scam, if you are coming to the match and would like a programme then please contact me on hornby60uk@yahoo.co.uk and I can reserve you your copy for your arrival.. Many thanks Rob Hornby
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    Fair assessment of a good game, but what has to be a big plus for Liskeard is seeing Jack Podmore itching to get back on the pitch as soon as possible, he’s been a massive loss for Liskeard.
  42. 1 point
    There are valid points on both sides of this old debate of course. Without doubt on this occasion the eligibility criteria made it impossible for the club to spread what players it had available and get two teams out. Taking this fixture purely as an example though, had there been no player restrictions the club may have turned out two bare 11 teams BUT half of the Duchy One side may then have then been regular players for a team currently sitting second in the St Piran League. – would Gorran have found that acceptable ? Taking the point to its extreme, we could have been talking about Peninsula players fulfilling a Duchy Two game – surely nobody really finds that acceptable and it would only make the game less attractive for the regular Duchy quality players giving them another excuse for not wanting to turn out. The current rules may not be perfect but the clubs are perfectly able to propose changes to the parameters for consideration at the agm.
  43. 1 point

    Southern League Cup

    203 BigG not bad seeing England were live on ITV. Not a bad workout for some of the squad players tonight.
  44. 1 point
    Keith B


    Look forward to the reports as and when they come Mark. There's no doubt you have a gift for it. That said - yes there's something special about late Saturday afternoons, early evenings. Well done Mark - a true lover of football.
  45. 1 point


    Glad to be out of it to be honest Keith!! Never realised how much I missed having a Saturday teatime free! Rushing to meet the deadline, then trying to get to work for 8pm, doing 95 mph down Sticker bypass! Ridiculous really mate!! Miss a few of my contacts I used to chat to on a Saturday but that’s about it really. Lots of positives, can even watch the Saturday 5.30 live game now! I’ll chuck a report on the forum anytime I go and watch a good old local game Keith 👍⚽️
  46. 1 point

    Trelawny League Sat.7th Sept.

    One thing I have noticed over the last couple of seasons Neil, is the amount of players that stay behind for a drink, or who are genuinely up for a laugh. There's not as much atmosphere or commeradary anymore. To me, when I started, Football years ago, it was about having a day with the lads, wind ups, Jokes, playing for each other, having a few hours in the clubhouse after a game. All that is gone. Such a shame
  47. 1 point
    Why don’t they devote the 2 pages they cover Bournemouth fc to local football!!? Does anyone in Cornwall or Devon care how a Premier League team 250 miles away are getting on to be honest? Even Forest Green Rovers!!? 2 pages, really!? Fair enough the rest but oh for the old days of the pre season pull out and photos of all the local teams we are actually interested in! Premier league is in your face non stop if I wanted to know how Bournemouth are getting on I could!! 🙄
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    Perranwell 1, Penryn Res 4

    My god, how did local football ever get this bad, standard, clubs the full bloody load ! Pathetic
  49. 0 points
    So poor that Buckland have since replaced their manager.
  50. 0 points
    Couldnt just say good game rodney Haha.
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