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  1. Fixtures forSaturday 15th December 2018Falmouth Town Reserves v Mullion Hayle v Pendeen Rovers Helston Athletic Reserves v St Just Illogan RBL v Perranporth Perranwell v RNAS Culdrose Redruth United v Carharrack St Agnes v Lizard Argyle St Day v Penryn Athletic Wendron United Reserves v Porthleven Reserves West Cornwall v St Ives Town
  2. cornishteddyboy

    Pennies for S4C?

    https://www.cornwalllive.com/news/cornwall-news/government-makes-encouraging-signs-over-2318854
  3. https://www.cornwalllive.com/news/business/cornwalls-most-generous-benefactor-wants-2288695
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    Trelawny & Cups - Saturday 8 December 2018

    Should you, Penryn, be washing your dirty laundry in public. Isn't this an internal club problem not for general viewing? Good for the rest of us mind, livens up a Saturday afternoon when games are called off or like me, you can't get to a game today.
  5. No, should all be 2.30pm. All league games until the end of Feb are 2.30pm Lizard v West Cornwall is also postponed
  6. cornishteddyboy

    Trelawny & Cups - Saturday 8 December 2018

    Penryn first team game is also off
  7. Carharrack v Porthleven is postponed Penryn v Perranwell is postponed
  8. Just received my latest magazine this morning. Have once again renewed my order for the next 12 issues helping Dave know how many copies to plan for future editions. A quick glance, once again, shows this newest edition is full of features, facts and figures and a photo of a photographer on the back cover! Well done Dave.
  9. League Results forSaturday 8th December 2018 Carharrack p-p Porthleven ReservesLizard Argyle p-p West Cornwall Mullion 0-1 St Agnes (Dan Lord) Att - 33 Pendeen Rovers 0-4 Falmouth Town Reserves (Brodie Kemp 2, Rhys Allan, Gavin Perraton) Att - 15 Penryn Athletic p-p Perranwell Perranporth (Justin Searle 2, Jacob Springall, Luke Wort) 4-2 St Ives Town (James De Seta, Simon Stevens) Att - 45 RNAS Culdrose (Alan McIness 2, Kent Merritt) 3-1 Redruth United (Tom Craze) Att - 10 St Day (Dan Richards) 1-2 Illogan RBL (Jack Adams, Jason Roberts) Att - 90 St Just (Ahsley Ellis) 1-2 Hayle (Rob Johns, Zack Williams) Att - 30 Wendron United Reserves (Ben Coleman, Jack Noy) 2-1 Helston Athletic Reserves (Tom Russell) Att - 22 5pm on 8/12/18POS TEAM PL W D L F A GD PTS1 FALMOUTH TOWN RESERVES 21 14 2 5 77 26 51 442 PERRANPORTH 16 13 1 2 57 17 40 403 HELSTON ATHLETIC RESERVES 19 12 1 6 65 33 32 37 4 HAYLE 17 12 0 5 57 23 34 36 5 ST DAY 19 11 3 5 51 37 14 36 6 ST IVES TOWN 16 11 2 3 50 17 33 35 7 PENRYN ATHLETIC 16 10 2 4 59 16 43 34* 8 PERRANWELL 15 10 0 5 32 16 16 30 9 ILLOGAN RBL 16 8 2 6 42 26 16 26 10 MULLION 17 7 0 10 21 36 -15 21 11 ST AGNES 18 6 3 9 38 56 -18 21 12 RNAS CULDROSE 17 6 3 7 24 47 -23 21 13 LIZARD ARGYLE 17 6 2 9 39 39 0 20 14 ST JUST 15 5 4 6 34 32 2 19 15 PENDEEN ROVERS 17 6 1 10 38 44 -6 19 16 WENDRON UNITED RESERVES 17 5 4 8 39 45 -6 19 17 REDRUTH UNITED 18 5 1 12 28 63 -35 16 18 WEST CORNWALL 14 1 3 10 15 57 -42 6 19 PORTHLEVEN RESERVES 16 2 0 14 22 89 -67 6 20 CARHARRACK 16 0 4 11 16 85 -69 0*
  10. cornishteddyboy

    Why are they employed

    Don't focus on the names I gave but there seems to be a group of "managers" that do the rounds going from one club to another to another and achieve very little at great emotional and financial cost. And these clubs seem to be the same ones time and again that seem to get suckered into employing them.
  11. cornishteddyboy

    Why are they employed

    I see today Mark Hughes has been sacked by Southampton. How many out there, think like me, why do clubs employ people like him? There seems to be a huge group of ex-players, ex-managers, who are employed for a few months, a year at most, then are sacked. The same clubs time and again seem be the culprits and none of these blokes are any good. Neil Warnock, Hughes, Sam Allardyce, the list goes on. They have one semi-good season and base a whole career on that whilst tainting every other clubs they run. Anyone agree?
  12. Expensive day out for the Tinners. Finish with 7 players. We believe two reds and 4 yellows (for reds)
  13. Porthleven v Wendron league game postponed
  14. cornishteddyboy

    Truro game off v St Albans

    Or save a few thousand quid instead of only losing a few hundred quid playing at Treyew.
  15. This might be comparable with figures for our local high flyers but I may be wrong. In winning the Southern League Premier Hereford employed 29 people excluding players, managers, etc on things like programme editing, club shop, stewards, in their bars, food stalls, secretaries, etc. - £115,000 Wages for the players and management was - £332,000 plus bonuses of £48,000. Turnover was £988,770 up from £711,686 the previous season Ticket sales on matchdays £319,000 and season tickets £206,000 TV and prize money raised £122,605. Rent went up from £1.999 a season to £10,000 for a ten year lease but seasons 7 and 8 are free rent years so £8.000 a season really. Overall to win the Southern League Premier and gain promotion to National League North they made nearly a million with a NET profit of £44,938 That are the rules of the club, we have to live within what we generate. The untouchable kitty fund has over £600,000 in it, in shares of £1 each. Prior to the start of last season, we, HUST (Hereford United Supporters Trust) owned 90.000 of those shares and during the season raised enough to buy 52,000 more making us the largest shareholder in the club. The eventual dream aim is to get other rich "Sugar Daddies" on board until there is 1M shares of which we are again the largest holder.
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