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Way Of The Park

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  1. Dulwich Hamlet 3 Truro City 2 Made the trip down to Dulwich for this yesterday. Really enjoyable afternoon, felt like a real game of football. Exciting match, if a lack of quality from two teams sitting just above the relegation zone, with five goals and three sendings off. Good attendance of 1900 which included a Truro contingent of about 20 (heaven knows what time they set off, and what time they arrived home) that jumped and sang all the game in a decent ground with plentiful excellent food and drink on offer, and with a really friendly crowd. Great advert for Conference South football.
  2. Parkway 3 Bitton o (Hillson, Carter, Krac) Second place, 1 point behind, 9 matches to play. Title race well and truly on !!
  3. This is great news, hopefully the people of Cornwall will get behind this. Playing the fixture in June should mean that there will be a greater availability of players, would be interesting to hear if Cornish born players in the Western League, Conference South and beyond have been reached out to.
  4. Not sure of the state of the pitch at Bolitho, but Gaz and team must be anxious about the weather forecast.
  5. Leigh Robinson and Michael Meaker have done a superb job in salvaging a desperate start to the campaign. With a proper pre-season and their own players in place, Truro could become an established NLS team next season. Can only imagine that they have not received any future budget assurances from new owners ,and will be looking to move on.
  6. Goals from Nick Milton, Jordan Annear, Mikey Williams and Teigan Rosenquest make it 10 wins from the last 10 league games. Could have been an even better day with an injury time equaliser for Bitton against Bridgewater, and Willand relying on a 94th minute equaliser versus Odd Down. Huge game at home to Bitton on Wednesday night, victory would move Parkway within a point of the leaders.
  7. Already contributed Dave. Don't agree with some of what is posted and find a few on here irritating, but long live Cornwall Football Forum. This is one of the few places the local grassroots football scene still has a presence.
  8. Excellent report Graham, the treble is still on! The last three matches against Hallen, Roman Glass and Keynsham have all sounded like tough battles. The type of games that successful sides grind out and win.
  9. Semi finals- Willand v Bridgewater Buckland or Cadbury Heath v Parkway
  10. Bar open from 12.30? Do you guys not have jobs to go to? 😜
  11. Excellent highlights package again from Mike Parrish,the addition of the extra camera has made it look very professional.
  12. The race for the title in the Western League is certainly bubbling up very nicely, only nine points dividing the top 5 going into the last third of the season. Parkway playing Bitton twice, Bridgewater and Westbury over a four week period look like season defining games. Lots of potential of course to slip up in other matches ( Shortwood winning against Westbury is the obvious example) though. Listened to Western League podcast last week, also good to hear it not only framed as title, but promotion, race as well.
  13. Gather from Bald One that the result was better than the performance. Still, three points to make it ten wins in a row is not be sniffed at. Westbury losing today was a bonus well.
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