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Richard Chown

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  1. We wanted to draw your attention to the Government’s recently updated guidance on test and trace, and specifically a new section on the use of QR codes. This has important implications for you and requires action. By maintaining records of staff, customers and visitors, and displaying an official NHS QR poster, you will help NHS Test and Trace to identify and notify people who may have been exposed to the virus. You must register for an official NHS QR code and display the official NHS QR poster from 24 September 2020. The NHS COVID-19 app has a feature that al
  2. Has anyone else noticed that disciplinary fines have increased Yellow now £12 with a Red Card now costing £55!! We have all seen yellow cards given out but £12 is a bit steep for some players making genuine mistakes A yellow card was £4 when I first started playing football. Jees
  3. Wet- Lizard vs Carharrack - https://fulltime-league.thefa.com/DisplayFixture.do?id=13697783 This was our Trelawny winning year I was running the line and to say I was wet soaked was a understatement. Great game.
  4. I think it was also the hottest day of the year. I can remember Liam Patterson goal from the half way line.
  5. Wow we just hit the 100% funding target. Thank you so much to all donators and keeping the forum running for the season!
  6. In the home straight now guys lets get us over the line before the season begins....
  7. Awesome. Thank you for the contributions we just went past the 85% target..
  8. Thank you for all the donations today. We just went over the 80% mark...
  9. Thanks to our latest donation we just hit the 75% mark. Thank you
  10. Thanks for the donation Rappo! We just got over the 70% mark onto 80%... https://www.gofundme.com/f/cornwall-football-forum-2020
  11. Interesting just reading the RFU take on this: Basically the RFU is saying that if matches are unable to be played after 18th Oct 2020 then the season will be cancelled.
  12. There is more to life than football. The government is already preparing for a second wave after September. Get this wrong and the country will be back to square one. It's unlikely players will be able to use changing rooms like they once did and clubhouses will not be able to operate before the crisis. You just having to look at the southern US states where they have opened up too early and now getting huge spikes again, football clubs are predominately run by members of the older generation do you want to be responsible for them getting ill. These are the people we need to look after
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