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  1. No brainer, take as many of the Callington Ladies team that are eligible, best team around by some way!
  2. Christchurch falmouth town 3-2 United services Portsmouth Milbrook 2-2 Torpoint Torrington P-P Bodmin moushole P-P Callington st austell P-P Helston st dennis P-P Liskeard sticker P-P Newquay Saltash P-P Penzance Camelford P-P Porthleven Wadebridge P-P St blazey godolphin P-P Wendron Launceston P-P
  3. 13/14 Callington beat Dobwalls in extra time at Saltash Utd
  4. Millbrook 1 v 5 Bridgwater Town Newton Abbot Spurs 4 v 2 AFC St Austell Odd Down 2. v 3. Helston Athletic Plymouth Parkway 6. v 1. Saltash United Wellington 3 v 4. BodminTown
  5. I'm pretty sure that all dates for leagues restarting etc (SWPL down to Combo/Duchy) are explicitly under the assumption that spectators will be allowed to watch competitive matches. If this isn't cleared by the start of the leagues, then they will not start! The FA have said grassroots/non league football cannot survive or go ahead without spectators, so all pressure is now on the government to approve the plans the FA submitted. I understand there may well be an update/announcement on 17th August, 2 days after all clubs risk assessments have to be submitted, including the management of spec
  6. You say "they play the best football around" yet I have seen them play about 9 or 10 times this season and every time I have watched them they have played a 4-3-3 and lumped it long and direct. Completely bypassing their midfield which contains some of the best midfielders around! Is it effective? The league would suggest so, yes! Is it the best or best to watch....absolutely not. For me, Saltash, St Austell and Falmouth play some of the best football around.
  7. I believe given the criteria dave mentioned above that they are, yes.
  8. Heard from a very reliable source this morning that none of the Saltash players were asked. Some very very good players there, but also some players who are clearly there because of "who they know". We are in essence led to believe that Dan Jennings is the 2nd best striker in cornwall behind Goldsworthy? There are 3 or 4 straight off the bat I can think of who are much better. Good luck to them though!
  9. The Cornwall charity Cup has always been a midweek cup, very similar to the Devon St Lukes Bowl. Heard from a player in the Liskeard 2nd team that they were asked to help, very few did. However, there was a squad of 13 available but the manager didn't want to travel with 13, he wanted 14 minimum. Poor show. Now it's starting to go down the pan at Liskeard I can see parking sniffing around Lorenz before long.
  10. If they got relegated it wouldn't be a terribly attractive proposition for a new manager coming in! Any news on who the new manager could be? or who is line?
  11. My name on here is irrelevant. I just think the post lacks any sort of class or dignity. Which is a shame, because beating Stoke 3-2 is a really good result, and with 10 men, but then it becomes slightly tarnished with a comment like that. Never mind, always next year!
  12. Nothing like winning with a bit of dignity is there eh?! May as well have given it out to Stoke there and then because St Cleer won't be winning it this year!
  13. So if a player was sent off on Saturday, they would begin their ban the following Saturday. Therefore had a Boro player been sent off the week before the cup game he would be banned for the cup game 7 days later.
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