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Tempo last won the day on May 15 2017

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  1. Falmouth Town 0-3 Frogpool & Cusgarne 0-0 after a rather uneventful first half. Deadlock was broken after a lovely floated free kick from Will Harding was flicked on by Sam Bromley for Lewis Bax to control and smash home from close range with his left foot. Our second goal came after Aaron Coveney fed the ball to David Leach who beat a man before drilling it at the front post, the goalkeeper couldn’t prevent it from hitting the back of the net. The third was a lovely worked move on the right handside, Will Harding’s stunning cross was buried superbly by Leach to cap off a solid second half performance. Man of the match: Sam Bromley had an excellent game in midfield, but the side ultimately voted for the force of nature that is Lewis Bax who couldn’t have been beaten all afternoon. Well officiated by Gary Stevens! Thank you to Falmouth Town for the hospitality, as always.
  2. Division 2 Frogpool & Cusgarne 3-6 Ruan Minor Better team on the day came out with a deserved three points in a game well officiated by David Dodson. Frustrating our end as we struggle to maintain some form - we had two phases in the game where we could’ve gone on to win - our momentum was killed by an absolutely stunning strike by one of Ruan’s players, and their number 11 ultimately proved to be the man of the match. Goals our end scored by David Leach x2 and Will Harding. Thanks to Ruan and Dave for coming back to the pub after the game. And to the Ruan boys who ended up out on Saturday night with us, I hope you’re feeling as grotty as I am.
  3. Frogpool 8-3 St Ives Mariners Goals for David Leach x3, Jack Froud x3, Will Harding and Elliot Jorey. A minute silence held for the legendary Billy Chown, well officiated by Steve Tootle
  4. Frogpool & Cusgarne vs St Ives Mariners will be on if we can get a referee
  5. What Dwayne says is largely true. Except it is not just based on the report of the referee so that’s not entirely accurate. The CCFA consider reports from all involved parties, not just the official. Completely agree in terms of referee abuse - although I’m not sure the Illogan situation actually involves much/any official abuse from any of the involved parties - the threemilestone situation may do - this is exactly why when asked if I’ll referee when we don’t have a game I usually say no. The odd Saturday I get without football I don’t want to spend on the receiving end of verbals. To think I enjoyed it when I first started seems ridiculous!
  6. I’m from Frogpool bud! I’m not going to explain the decision making process again as I don’t feel the need to justify it again. All I know is that the Illogan manager has condemned the actions of the individual (good on him). The CCFA will punish those involved and it will all be dealt with anyway.
  7. My team is made up of 16-23 year olds so it’s interesting that we are being made to sound like experienced players who felt the need to bully our way through the match, anyone who’s played us knows that certainly isn’t our way of playing. If you would react to a standard football match by physically assaulting someone you must be a lovely bloke ?
  8. Don’t lie - our player was stood next to the co-manager and our kit and never had an altercation with the manager, but a supposed supporter (Illogan have admitted this, and supposedly banned him - although it appears he was there on a Saturday). Can’t speak for what happened on Saturday as wasn’t there. Best that all of us that weren’t there keep our opinions to ourselves and leave the CCFA to deal with the facts, rather than speculate on here.
  9. The red card does stand, yes.
  10. Looking forward to it mate!
  11. Division 3 Penzance Reserves 2-6 Frogpool & Cusgarne Reserves Goals our end from Will Harding x2 Jason Holt Darren Meagor Ashley Lawerence Cameron Hamshaw
  12. The ref may have meant that some of our players didn’t want to continue, which is true. But if he said the game was to go ahead we would have certainly played on. And as manager I said I’m happy to carry on but that it was the referee’s decision. To be fair I think Portreath legend was implying that the majority of the team didn’t want to carry on - we certainly didn’t stage a walk off or anything like that. Having spoken to the CCFA, a replay seems likely outcome.
  13. The referee made the ultimate decision, not us.
  14. Missing my point again ? you’d think it was one of my players who attacked one of yours not the other way around.
  15. I’m not defending it, just saying that wasn’t my decision at all in the first place so there’s nothing to defend. But anyway it’s pointless because it doesn’t matter now what’s done is done. See you later on in the season.