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  1. St Blazey 6v0 Penzance. Att.164 St Blazey through to the next round with a convincing win. A good crowd to see this cup match. All the goals from todays match below.
  2. St Blazey 3v1 Newquay. Att.167 Match highlights from tonight's win. All St Blazey's goals, chances and a penalty claim that looked like it was a dead cert for most watching in the ground. Another decent crowd for a mid week fixture. Great to see.
  3. Launceston 1v4 St Blazey. Att.49 Been a while since St Blazey played Launceston away. Recent seasons the fixture hasn't been played due to covid so nice to get up there again. A ground thats always looked after. Despite the ridiculous weather where I'd painted the lines twice for the reserves vs Truro u18s in the morning only to see it washed away each time, Launcestons pitch was looking very nice. At half time we went in the clubhouse and the Launceston commitee treated us to home made chocolate cake along with sausage rolls etc. Very nice!! Thank you. Nice to meet up with Paul Hider again. Still living on that 2007 league cup win and why not. One of the great set ups in the swpl. Always worth a visit.
  4. I was a lot younger back then and not involved like I am now. Just a supporter. I don't actually know the answer. But I will find out. I'm interested to know myself.
  5. St Blazey A.F.C held a notable record following their unbeaten South Western League season in 2002. The club went 75 matches unbeaten in league competition, which was a record for English football at senior level until it was bettered two years later by AFC Wimbledon, who competed in the Isthmian League at the time. When you look back at that, that was some achievement. With St Blazey doing so well in cup competitions as well, to remain unbeaten for so long in the league is unbelievable really.
  6. St Blazey 2v2 Dobwalls. Dobwalls won 4v5 on pens. Att.156. For the second season running St Blazey go out the F.A Vase on pens. We had enough chances to be well in front at half time. Duffey made some excellent saves and ultimately won the match with his penalty saves. A minutes silence was held before kick off for Fred Jackson who has worked behind the scenes at St Blazey for several years. He passed away in hospital just hours before kick off. 😥
  7. St Blazey 1v2 Wadebridge. Att.184 A few match highlights if anyone is interested.
  8. Really disappointed to see this news today. Possibly a wake up call that clubs NEED fresh blood to help. Just the odd hour or two when ever is convenient would make a huge difference. From a quick mow of the grass around the ground, litter picking, empty bins, clean machinery, paint railings, power wash a path, wash down advertising boards, cut back over grown bushes. The list is endless. Clubs need help or else Porthleven will only be the first of more to come. One club is one to many!! Let's hope we see Porthleven back very soon.
  9. Good comeback from St Blazey. 2 wins in four days has given them a big boost. St Blazey v Foxhole on Wednesday should be a good watch.
  10. Dobwalls 6v1St Blazey. Att.55est. 25 plus from St Blazey. St Blazey can have no complaints today. Poor from start to finish. Dobwalls had it far to easy this afternoon. Falmouth will win this title with ease. Scoring goals for fun.
  11. Can be one of the better refs and I thought last night he had a good game. Kept control throughout.
  12. The Les Classico put to bed. A big win, all hand shakes after and a packed clubhouse. Good to see our crowds around 200 in the past two games. Even the tea hut still serving near full time. Home again next Wednesday against Penzance.
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