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David Bray

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David Bray last won the day on December 16 2018

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  1. This is very sad news indeed, he was as others have said a lovely person to know, always friendly and ready to talk golf if not football. He did indeed play for the County in his prime and his son also played for the County Youth Under 18's. He certainly got stuck in on the field of play, and was the first name on any manager's team sheet. Rest in Peace Malcolm you will be sadly missed by everyone fortunate to have known you.
  2. Well said Cam. Will try and get someone from the County FA to attend the meeting. The geography of the County is a problem, plus the changing work patterns. However it has n'ot stopped the 'Vets' league from being fairly well supported, maybe the over 35's are keener in getting out bed on a Sunday morning !!
  3. To date only 5 clubs have signed up for the County Sunday Cup. Therefore quite simply the competition cannot and will not run on such a low number. Any club outside of the '5' keen to play are reminded that they have until the end of the month to come forward and speak to Claire at the County Office. The Competitions Committee will meet in the meantime to devise a alternative competition should the Sunday Cup in it's present form cease to function.
  4. Cornish Guardian just as bad, WMN only interested in Argyle, local papers sports coverage at an all time low, agree with 'Sticker Forever' the Non League Paper on a Sunday is as good an alternative indeed much much better than the Sunday Indie which i gave up on weeks ago.
  5. Correct Mr.Deacon. It's an invitational competition, i am sure some of those who missed out this season could well be invited next. Can't get a gallon into a pint pot.
  6. To date only six (6) clubs have signed up for this season's CCFA Sunday Cup Competition, therefore as it stands the competition will not run in its' current form, if it runs at all. We need a minimum of eight (8) to make the competition worthwhile. You can affiliate a team just for the Cup Competition there is no obligation to join a league in order to compete. A decision on the future competition will wait for the time being, therefore any club having thoughts on running a team must come to a decision by the 31st Aug and inform the County Office. It would be a great shame if this long standing competition was terminated due to lack of participants.
  7. You want to read the Bury fans reaction to Mr.Wilkinson's appointment, they are certainly not impressed, 'shaken to the core' you might say.
  8. Alan Howells, Darren Bragg, Graham Allen, apparently.
  9. Mike.

    Would you have a clue of the Charity Cup Semi Final result of the tie played in April 1973 between Newquay & St.Austell.  The tie was won by Newquay, however the St.Austell President is endeavouring to put the actual score to the result.  I have left a message for Stuart Lenton to ring as he played in the fixture, however i thought i would try you as well.

    David Bray / CCFA   Tel: 01726 64399. 

  10. Bob.

    From Dave Bray / CCFA.

    If you could give me a call sometime.

    01726 64399

    Cheers

  11. Any luck with the results Dave ?

  12. Dave,

    Just joined the site. Thanks for the nice words you posted on the site after the St Blazey v Plymstock in April. Its always nice to hear nice things said as us Men in Black get it tight too often....lol

    You never know I might buy you a pint for those nice words if we ever meet up....

    Raymond

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