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Deano

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  1. Is a tea hut a requirement of the St Piran league? As a club we were fully on board with the county wide St Piran league before the restructuring, as Thanks for the kind words and sorry if I took some of your comments the wrong way, a few of us have worked hard recently to get the pitch and ground ready. Make yourself known and I'll buy you a cup of tea next Tuesday...
  2. Is a tea hut a requirement of the St Piran league? As a club we were fully on board with the county wide St Piran league before the restructuring, as a club we are looking into improving our current ground or potentially moving grounds in the near future. Maybe next time before posting criticism take a moment to reflect on the clubs that struggle week in week out to get 11 players out, prepare the pitch, wash the kit I could go on... Providing a cup of tea isn't that high up on the list of priorities on a matchday. Local football, and maybe professional after the events at Bury this week, needs all the help and understanding it can get at the moment and it's going to get worse.
  3. A slightly disrespectful comment about the tea hut in my opinion, we are a small club with most behind the scenes work carried out by a very small number of players and committee members, on Tuesday evening 5 players were cutting the grass and setting the pitch up in preparation for Wednesdays game. I'm sure you can go without a cup of tea at home for a hour or so. As for the ground watch this space.....
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