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Chris Davey

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Chris Davey last won the day on October 6 2018

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  1. Probus 2 St Erme 1 We opened the scoring after about 20 minutes with a penalty after the keeper took down our centre forward. The second goal came direct from a corner in the strong wind. We had chances to extend the lead in the first half and in the second but we failed to take them. St Erme pulled a goal back with 15 minutes left with a volleyed finish from 2 yards after a good cross. They pushed for the equaliser but we held out. Our first win for a while! It wasn't a bad game in difficult conditions under foot and with the strong wind - thanks to Graham Smith our groundsman who worked hard all day yesterday to get the game on. Well done to St Erme and good luck for the season - decent lads. Thanks to referee Jack Rosenfelt. Home against Lanner for us next week.
  2. St. Erme v Probus is off. I now need to find a game that is on somewhere in the south-west to watch! Rugby first though
  3. The game was postponed and not cancelled. I can’t comment on the state of the pitch because I’m away at the moment, but Graham (our Manager, Chairman, Secretary, Treasurer and Groundsman) may have forgotten to inform you and this would have been an oversight because he organises both teams, as well as everything else for the club. I can only apologise on the clubs behalf but Graham does do a massive amount of work to keep the club going and without him it would be unlikely that there would be one even Probus team let alone two. Sorry you had a wasted trip.
  4. Trelawny 2 Stithians Reserves 2 Probus Reserves 6 (Josh Daniel 2, Adrian Majewski 2, Gordon Douglas, Connor Cooke) A good win in very difficult conditions for both sides. The rain never stopped from beginning to end and made it difficult to stay on your feet throughout. Stithians took the lead after about 20 minutes when 2 of their forwards broke through and with only the keeper to beat the winger finished well. We then scored 2 goals in a minute and a third followed soon after to lead 3-1 at half-time. All of our goals were scored in a similar fashion by getting behind their back four. Stithians started the second-half better than we did, despite us having the wind at our back and deservedly pulled a goal back when their centre forward got in around the back and finished well. That seemed to wake us up and we started to play better, going on to score 3 more goals without reply, including a superb strike from distance by Josh Daniel and a first goal in men's football for 16 year-old Connor Cooke with a 25 yard free-kick. Well played to both teams in the challenging weather (I've just started to warm up now!) and thanks very much to the referee who stood in to get the game played - he did an excellent job. Contstantine Reserves at home for us next week.
  5. RIP Peter. Very sad news. A straight talking, proud Cornishman, who had so many stories to tell. Condolences to Anita, Nick and Mark from all the Davey family.
  6. 4 of us are now back from playing cricket, which has helped but our keeper was out injured yesterday - we would have won if you were playing for us yesterday! 'The bald headed chap' is Paul Miles who is a remarkable athlete at 61 and I can't remember who wore 6 yesterday, although I know it wasn't me! 😃
  7. Premiership Stithians 4 Probus 2 I'm not quite sure how we only scored 2 during this game. Fair play to Stithians who took their chances whereas we didn't! They took the lead after about 20 minutes when their right winger beat a couple of players and crossed where the big centre forward couldn't miss from 2 yards. We competed against the high flying hosts and how we didn't score in the first half I don't know. Harry Wilshaw hit the bar and the Stithians keeper made some good saves to keep it at 1-0. Second half was more of the same, but they went 2-0 with a shot from 20 yards into the middle of the goal with our keeper unsighted. We got back to 2-1 when 61 year old Paul Miles (he's 62 on Tuesday) scored with an excellent low finish. Stitching scored 2 more - one from a cross that drifted over our keeper and then their 4th was when we pushed forward and left gaps at the back. We completed the scoring when an Isaak Hayhurst shot was turned into his own net by the full back. We can only blame ourselves after we missed so many chances - I even had about 4 opportunities from corners that I couldn't force over the line, and we even missed twice in the same move from a yard! Stithians deserved their win as they took their chances and we didn't, and they play decent football despite the tricky pitch. The referee had a decent game and let it flow. On to next week and shooting practice for us at training!
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