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Phil

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Phil last won the day on January 17 2020

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  1. I can't believe we're still looking for this money to keep the forum alive. Every club in the county must use this forum to ask for friendlies, advertise their games, check out the gossip etc. There must be roughly 100 different clubs in Cornwall, so if every club gave 7 quid we be done. It's not alot to ask.
  2. What a bunch of dozy c u next Tuesdays. I'd give them a £10,000 fine and see if that helps them understand the covid rules!
  3. I would also echo the words of soccer follower and Mama sidibe in wishing Will Hoskings a speedy recovery. 👍
  4. It looked more likely that there would be a Godolphin equaliser rather than the 2nd goal. But godolphin were caught trying to play out from the back and all their hard work was wasted.
  5. Maybe Newquay might want to transfer back to the combo if the chance arose? It's not as strong now that 3/4 of the old league have moved on to the st pirans, and have a good chance of finishing in the top 4 rather than their old position of bottom 4.
  6. Percy Stephens cup. West Cornwall 1, Threemilestone 2. Threemilestone took the lead after 10 minutes, slightly against the run of play when Joe Moyle took full advantage of a poor clearance from the West Cornwall keeper by knocking the ball back over him from roughly on the half way line. Threemilestones second was one of the better passages of play in the game. It was 5 minutes into the second half when i think Joe Carlyon's ball up to Joel Snape was headed down for James Davies to run onto and he slotted the ball under the keeper. West Cornwall put in plenty of effort but rarely troubled the Tms keeper, but did pull a goal back in the 65th minute, when a corner was headed goalward by the no6(Ryan) and somehow went under the feet of the Tms player guarding the near post. Not the greatest game in the world probably due to the lack of games lately and a heavy pitch, but nice to get out and watch a game in fairly calm conditions. I counted 17 watching.
  7. Most of those players from their glory days have all moved on and the current squad are not in the same league as that lot, so it's a totally different challenge from the Derek Martyn era. Best of luck Savo. One of my favourite teams to go and watch, Hope you can keep them up.
  8. I thought the Referee and linesman did a fair job considering the amount of abuse they had to put up with. Every time the whistle was blown half a dozen different opinions were thrown at him. Coaches from both sides were out of their boxes several times giving it the ole "LINO" shout. When are teams going to learn that this attitude is not winning us any new refs? Falmouth ground alot better than some, bottom path is muddy at the moment but we have had a bit of drizzle lately!! Toilets are inside the clubhouse Timmyraa, with working lights.
  9. Just put your usual football gear on pick up your boots and go off to watch another game. Come back and tell her the showers were really good, which explains why your not covered in shite! 🤣
  10. Trelawny Premier Threemilestone 2, Holman sc 0. Good game to watch, fairly even 1st half, Holman's had slightly more chances but mostly from long range that either went wide or straight at Tms goalie Jason Hodges who had a good game. Right on the stroke of half time Holmans had a corner that was cleared to the edge of the area, a shot came back in but was cleared off the line by Tam Wilcock, who was still on guard at the front post. Threemilestone best chances of the 1st half were a header from Joel Snape over the bar from wilcock's cross and a shot from Shackley that he fired across goal but wide. 2nd half Threemilestone started well and deservedly took the lead about mid way through when Joe Carlyon scored a cracking goal, twisting and turning around a couple of holman's players before firing past the keeper from the left side of the penalty area. Holman's then pushed a few extra players forward looking for the equaliser but Tms defended well. Their best chances were a Kyle Marks free kick that Hodges tipped over and a goal mouth scramble that some players appealed that the ball was over the line, I couldn't tell from where i was but to me it looked like it was the couple of players that were in the goal which made the net ripple. With 5 minutes remaining the ref gave Tms a soft penalty which Joe Carlyon converted which led to a Holman's player being sent off for something he said to the ref. Ref made a few odd decisions throughout the game but I think Tms were deserved winners. My M.o.m. Joe Carlyon who had an excellent game besides the two goals. 👍 Only 15 watching which was poor considering it was the best two teams in the league. Sounded like a right ole ding dong on the other pitch where I think Tms reserves lost 3-2 to St Ives town? Scoring looked like 2-0 to St Ives then tms bringing it back to 2-2, and then St Ives scoring the winner.
  11. I watched Tms v s.o.m on falmouth school 4g last Saturday in the trelawny league. Was a much better game than some swpl ones Ive seen on paddy fields over the last few weeks. Different type of game for sure, but the lads with skill stood out.
  12. School of mines 4, Threemilestone 8. Good game to watch on the Astro surface at Falmouth after all the weeks of watching players slipping and sliding on boggy pitches. Threemilestone played some excellent football in the 1st half dominating play especially down the left where Chris Shackley was giving the Schools no7 and no99? a torrid time. Tms took the lead after 12 minutes when Shackley scored direct from a free kick. Two minutes later Shackley crossed from the left for Nathan Brown to score from inside the six yard box. Glenn Patterson scored the 3rd on 18 minutes with a good header from a corner. Shackley scored the 4th linking up well with Joel Snape to cut through the School defence. The stones 5th was fired in by Callum Sidwell after another slick attack from the stones. Shackley made it 6-0 in the 40th when a miss kick from the keeper was returned with interest. School of mines pulled a goal back right on half time and then a 2nd 7 minutes into the 2nd half when no99 headed in from a free kick. A minute later it was 7-2 with Sidwell banging in another from 20 yards into the bottom corner. On the hour Schools no 11 scored their 3rd with a low shot across the keeper from out on the right. Then a little lull in the scoring until the 88th minute when Sidwell scored his third, again from the edge of the box and a minute later S.o.m. scored the final goal to end the contest at 8-4 to the Stones. The game was very well refereed by the young ref and both teams gave him an easy game. My m.o.m. Chris Shackley Att 14.
  13. Sorry, if I knew it was you I would of said hello, I remember you from your gulval days I think? Did you play left or right back for them? Not much you could do about most of the goals today.
  14. Trelawny Premier. Threemilestone 10, Newlyn Non Athletico 3. Threemilestone went in front after just 4 minutes through Joel Snape and doubled the score 5 minutes later, a lad called Nathan had an easy tap in after N.N.A's keeper spilt a shot from Sam Vage. Callum Sidwell made it 3-0 two minutes before the break with a fine strike from outside the box. Into the 2nd half and the goals continued to fly in, Chris Brown scored the 4th after 52 minutes, Chris Shackley scored his 1st on 57 and a minute later Sidwell scored again to make it 6-0. Joel Snape scored the stones 7th and 8th goals to make it a hat trick for himself. Then Non Athletics number 15 scored two goals in a ten minute spell where Threemilestone were very sloppy in defence. Shackley made it 9-2 in the 78th minute and then Newlyn scrambled in another 1 in the 85th, possibly the number 15 again with his third although a couple others were sliding in at the same time. Chris Shackley finished the scoring in the last minute with his hat trick and the Stone's 10th. The game was well reffed by Ken Keemer Att 18.
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