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  1. 059 Matthew Giles Helston Athletic Porthleven 060 Daniel Stidwell Helston Athletic Porthleven 061 Ed Timmons Bodmin Town Porthleven 062 Jordan Walton Launceston St Blazey 063 David Worthington Stoke Gabriel Brixham 064 Barrie-John Wyatt Helston Athletic Penzance 065 George Fice Bovey Tracey Newton Abbot Spurs 066 Connor Jamison Godolphin Atlantic Newquay 067 Tom Moxham Newquay Saltash United 068 Samuel Hillson Torpoint Athletic Bodmin Town 069 Luke Hunter Mousehole Bodmin Town 070 Ben Joyce Wadebridge Town Bodmin Town 071 Scott Kellow Porthleven Bodmin Town 072 Ryan Lowton Dobwalls Elburton Villa 073 Tallan Mitchell Launceston Bodmin Town 074 Chris Kilbey Sticker St Austell 075 Jake Miller Bodmin Town St Austell 076 Tiago Soares Bodmin Town St Austell 077 George Tucker Bodmin Town St Austell 078 Cameron Turner Newquay St Austell 079 Sam Hepworth Launceston Callington Town 080 Lewis Pacey Torpoint Athletic Callington Town 081 James Robertson Torpoint Athletic Callington Town 082 Oliver Kewell Bovey Tracey Newton Abbot Spurs 083 Vince Wight-Harper-Innis St Blazey Dobwalls 084 Oliver Walker Newquay Falmouth Town 085 Jake Andrew Mousehole Penzance 086 Jake Cribb Wadebridge Town Callington Town
  2. I think that applies to Jordan Annear, not so sure about Jordan Trott.
  3. If you are interested in a large share purchase please send a confidential email to the Pirates Financial Director (Rebecca.Thomas@Cornish-Pirates.com) and providing a brief description of yourself, Keep the faith, RGRE ( Dicky Evans) ** If you’ve read this far and would like to get in on the crowdfunding offer when it’s launched to the 3500 + people already signed up , you can join them. https://bit.ly/2NVoNYf
  4. Perhaps it might help the league and all other fellow title contenders if Mousehole actually win the West Division as I suspect they might be one of very few wanting to go up into Western League
  5. FA Youth Cup Helston Athletic AWAY to Longwell Green Elburton Villa - Bye Then: Wells / Street v Helston Athletic ElburtonVilla v Portishead / Bitton
  6. FA Cup DRAW: Extra Preliminary Round 10th August Saltash United v Clevedon Town Willand Rovers v AFC St Austell Preliminary Round 24th August Saltash United / Clevedon T v Bristol Manor Farm Street / Odd Down v Willand Rovers / St Austell
  7. F A Vase First Qualifying Round 31st August Bishop Lydeard v Bodmin Town Bovey Tracey v Liskeard Athletic Bristol Telephones v Falmouth Town Cullompton Rangers v Newquay Elburton Villa v Saltash United Ilfracombe Town v Torpoint Athletic Ivybridge Town v Bishop Sutton Keynsham Town v Helston Athletic Launceston v Cheddar Porthleven v Callington Town St Blazey v Godolphin Atlantic Street v Crediton United Wells City v Millbrook Welton Rovers v Newton Abbot Spurs Byes: Axminster Town, Camelford and Sidmouth Town
  8. As received from Andrew Large, Mousehole BEN HARDING JOINS MANAGEMENT TEAM AT MOUSEHOLE AND ENDORSED ACADEMY Mousehole have completed the summer re-structuring of their management team with the notable appointment of Ben Harding, who will take up the post of Head of Coaching combined with First Team Player/Assistant Manager. Ben will take responsibility for ensuring the football philosophy is embraced and developed across all Academy and Senior teams, while also supporting the commercial initiatives the club and the Endorsed Academy are building. The 34-year old midfielder had latterly made 52 appearances over two seasons with Truro City in National League South, and stepped up as the White Tigers’ interim manager in the early part of last season. His playing career spans a total of more than 400 games for Wimbledon, MK Dons, Aldershot, Wycombe, Northampton, Torquay and Gosport, together with three appearances for England ‘C’ as they won the Four-Nations non-league tournament in 2008. He also represented England Youth, under-15/16s and won the Victory Shield with them. London-born Harding will be working alongside Mousehole’s recently appointed Manager Jake Ash - also a former Truro City star - as The Seagulls look to continue to develop in the coming season, playing at the highest level in their history (Step 6) after promotion to the newly re-formed Premier West Division of the South West Peninsula League. Mousehole’s Chairman, Tim Richardson, who played a major role in talks with Ben Harding, said of the appointment: “Ben has always left a great legacy wherever he’s played, and he will make a huge contribution to our club - not least as an influential character on the pitch. The fact that people of the outstanding calibre of Ben and Jake have committed to Mousehole shows the desire and seriousness of our ambitions.” Harding is enthusiastic about his new opportunity: “Mousehole’s vision and aspirations for the future are not only fantastic for football in the area, but the community will see great benefits. The people I have met here have been extremely welcoming and I cannot speak highly enough of the commitment and drive everyone at the club possesses. I have felt totally inspired by what’s to be achieved here. I strongly believe football has a special way of uniting people and communities, and I’m super-excited to be part of something so positive for the youth and people of Cornwall.”
  9. First 11 names was how Truro started ...
  10. Any idea roughly Paul what date the games will be starting?
  11. Another episode in the CORNISH SOCCER Podcast series of trips down memory lane with pure nostalgia, this time from John Dent. John played and went on to manage in the local game for well over 40 years. With such a long, esteemed time in the game, we could have no doubt talked for ages, however in this episode we concentrated on his time as a youngster with his home town club Plymouth Argyle; his “Twin Towers Wembley” memories and of course when he both played and later became manager at his favourite local club – Falmouth Town. Good times and great characters recalled and so take a listen and enjoy. My thanks go to John for sparing the time and giving all us local football supporters an hour of pure nostalgia! Dave Deacon * The short clips of Brian Moore commentary used can be found on You Tube “The National Association of Youth Clubs Cup Final 1974/75. https://anchor.fm/cornishsoccer/episodes/CORNISH-SOCCER-talks-to-John-Dent---another-in-the-Cornish-football-Nostalgia-series-e4hjbl
  12. The latest CORNISH SOCCER Mag is out tomorrow - The price is still only £2.70 which includes first class postage . Some of what's in this issue :- Honours 2018-19 Leading goalscorers 2018-19 Penryn’s Ryan Reeve Player Profile CS Exclusive with Olly Brokenshire All the leagues make-up 2019/20 The return of Andy Ayre to GSM A Mousehole day Memory with Pete Ray (a Non-League blogger) if you’re interested - text 07759 502408 or DM me on here
  13. Unfortunately the first County Youth U-18 Open Trial set for this evening has been CANCELLED. There are still two to come however :- Wednesday 10th July – at Hayle FC – 7pm – 8:30pm & Thursday 18th July - Callywith College (Bodmin PL31 2GT) - 7pm -8.30pm Please note this is for the U-18 trial tonight Wednesday 3rd July. The good news is that there is still time for you to register your interest with the County FA and this can been done online at the following link. It's a painless process! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfnqvHiSqkT4g8CFrKKxP3Cyt1tLDRwxSmXynDXbxbMvCf5Hw/viewform?fbzx=-4369495974359202420 Why not give it a go - in the time the current coaches, led by Glynn Hooper, have been involved the County Youth U-18 side we have reached the final of the national FA County Youth Cup competition and also had a player, Josh Storey, selected and playing in the England Schools U-18 side. Both these are amazing achievements.
  14. How it finished last season:- http://fulltime-league.thefa.com/Index.do?league=75095910 Presumably this is the league in question?
  15. 014 George Buckmaster Bovey Tracey Newton A Spurs 015 Gavin Collins Bovey Tracey Newton A Spurs 016 Adam Dyson Stoke Gabriel Newton A Spurs 017 Lee Hawkins Saltash United Callington Town 018 Sam Carter Elburton Villa Ivybridge Town 019 Sam Ryan Bodmin Town Ivybridge Town 020 Kirk Smith Elburton Villa Ivybridge Town 021 Josh Tattersall Elburton Villa Ivybridge Town 022 Joseph Andrews Stoke Gabriel Newton A Spurs 023 Kevin Dadd Stoke Gabriel Newton A Spurs 024 Nathan Hebbes Stoke Gabriel Newton A Spurs 025 Luke Selley Bovey Tracey Newton A Spurs 026 Ross Fallens Godolphin Atlantic Newquay 027 Scott Flannigan Godolphin Atlantic Newquay 028 Jake Hickling Godolphin Atlantic Newquay 029 Oliver Pinnell Godolphin Atlantic Newquay 030 Carl Rickard St Dennis Newquay 031 Tom Shepherd Godophin Atlantic Newquay 032 Oliver Aplin Bovey Tracey Cullompton Rangers 033 Shaun Bowden Stoke Gabriel Brixham 034 Frazer Clark Stoke Gabriel Brixham 035 Liam Moseley Stoke Gabriel Brixham 036 Reece Moseley Stoke Gabriel Brixham 037 Joe Lewis Torpoint Athletic Callington Town 038 Oliver Brokenshire St Austell Helston Athletic 039 Liam Eddy St Austell Helston Athletic 040 Mark Goldsworthy St Austell Helston Athletic 041 Jack Price Porthleven Helston Athletic 042 Jason Robertson Mousehole Helston Athletic 043 Neil Slateford St Austell Helston Athletic 044 Sam Humphries Wendron United Liskeard Athletic 045 Scott Blatchford Torpoint Athletic Ivybridge Town 046 Tom Moody Bodmin Town Ivybridge Town 047 Cameron Wheat Wendron United Helston Athletic 048 Dominic Aplin Stoke Gabriel Newton A Spurs 049 Daniel Gaze Stoke Gabriel Newton A Spurs 050 Nick Milton Stoke Gabriel Newton A Spurs 051 Bobby Hopkinson Sticker Camelford 052 Jack Lawrence Wadebridge Town Camelford 053 Cameron Webb Launceston Dartmouth 054 Josh Webber Stoke Gabriel Dartmouth 055 Lloyd Beech Cullompton Rangers Elmore 056 Craig Duff Bovey Tracey Elmore 057 Ashley Small Axminster Town Elmore 058 Philip Lowry Godolphin Atlantic Newquay
  16. A bit more about Truro’s latest signing :- Harlain Mbayo https://www.afc.co.uk/2018/01/06/harlain-mbayo-interview/
  17. Belper Town - reached the semi finals and then knocked out by Oxford City. 1994-95
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