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  1. Ron Manager

    Falmouth vs St Austell

    What was the attendance? seemed to be a good few in. Great game for the neutral like myself, firstly Falmouth in control then Ozzel came back and looked for a minute they would go on to win it. Then the two goals near the end sealing it for Falmouth. Chapman unlucky with the 4th goal, he made two cracking saves before the rebound was put in. Big Al, if your so peed off with Falmouth why dont you pop up the road and watch Penryn, only £2 and plenty of goals this season?
  2. DIV 1. Threemilestone 4, Wendron 4. Arrived late due to watching Spurs v Liverpool game, it was 2-1 to the stones when I arrived Tms in front with goals from Tom Quinn and Joel Snape. Then Threemilestone scored a couple of really good goals, Jamie Preston curled in a beauty and Callum Sidwell had the other to put the stones 4-1 up. Then Wendron also scored two before half time. On both occasions Stones defending was very poor. 4-3 at half time. Second half was fairly even no stand out chances from either side, both teams guilty of giving the ball away far to easily, Martyn Jay was forced off part way through the half with an ankle injury when he charged down a Wendron free kick on the edge of Stones 18 yard box. Threemilestone also had to survive playing with ten men for ten minutes after having a man sin binned for comments to the ref. As the game edged towards the closing stages Wendron were the slightly better side, and on 96 minutes, Wendron robbed a player out on the right wing and the ball to the centre forward committed the keeper and after he passed it on to another player who then lobbed the ball from 18 yards into the the empty net. Ref played a few more minutes after this but at the final whistle Wendron seemed happy with a draw, where as the Stones will definitley see it as two points dropped.
  3. Division 1. Threemilestone beat St Keverne 2-1. Justin Pearce and Callum Sidwell scored the Stones goals.
  4. Can anyone tell me the kick off time for Falmouth v Penryn?
  5. Ron Manager

    Trelawny Results - Wednesday 5th Sept. 18

    Division 1. Perranporth 1, Threemilestone 2. Cracking game to watch tonight at Ponsmere valley, both teams look good enough to be fighting for the title this season. Early on Threemilestone had the lions share of possession with Perran looking dangerous on the break. It was one of those breaks that brought the first goal, Brendan Hitchens had a lot to do when he broke through the Stones defence but he kept calm waited for the keeper to comit and the picked his spot through two or three defenders that had raced back onto the goal line. Threemilestone equalised when Joel Snape took advantage of some hesitation in the Perran defence and he nipped in to pinch the ball off the defender and run in on goal. just like the perran goal Joel took his time and waited for the keeper to go to ground before scoring with a good shot. Half time 1-1 and both teams probably went in at half time thinking we can win this! In a mirror image to the first half it was Perran who increased their share of the ball and created more goal scoring chances than Tms, with the Stones having the chances on the break. Threemilestone were defending well and on the occasions that Perran did get a sight of goal Ej in the Stones goal was in good form. With 15 minutes to go a break at the other end created the winning goal, after a bit of ping pong in the box the ball was cleared to the edge of the box where Callum Sidwell fired in a cracking shot which gave the home keeper no chance. With 15 still to go Perran pushed on looking for the equaliser. Going a bit more direct Perran lanched more balls into the box and the stones centre halves were well tested, but they coped very well and Threemilestone held out for the victory. There were a few moans about the ref, but i thought he had a decent game, aided by two teams who just got on with it. My man of the match for the Stones goes to Liam Martyn who did a great job sitting in front of the back four but there were several others who had excellent games. Att about 25-30. tea £1. I'd say TMS on it?
  6. I watched a game last midweek, a player was booked for a shirt pull where both players were tussling and it was hard to know who had fouled who first, and I was standing right next to the incident. It was a second yellow for that player so he had to go, next minute a player goes straight through the back off his opposite number and could of done serious damage to his opponent, he got a stiff talking to and no card! Baffles me sometimes how the refs decide whether to card someone or not.
  7. Threemilestone reserves 2, Constantine reserves 1. Only managed to catch the 2nd half today but from what i saw Tms missed a hat full of chances. It was 1-0 at half time. Chris Shackley scored the Stones 2 goal early into the 2nd half. Constantine pulled a goal back when a sloppy bit of play across the area got punished by the "tine" forward. Stones continued to dominate but couldnt find the back of the net despite having numerous chances, and "tine" had a decent chance to equalize with the last kick of the game. Well referee'd by Franco Lovelock of Holman s.c. who stepped in to fill the lack of refs this week.
  8. Ron Manager

    Trelawny Results - 29/8/18

    Hayle Res 1, Threemilestone 2. Well after watching a decent performance from a referee last night, tonight i watched a terrible one. So inconsistant it was making me and my fellow watcher chuckle. But in the end Tms won so i shouldnt moan! Threemilestone survived some early pressure and playing down the slope were soon on top and won a penalty for a bit of pushing, Joel Snape took responsibility and his pen was too close to the keeper who saved. Joel though soon put Threemilestone into the lead, running onto a through ball and slotting the ball under the keeper. Then shortly after another pen to Tms, this time Dave Welfare took over penalty duties and again a poor penalty was saved by the Hayle no1. Martyn Jay scored a second for the stones with a shot from 8 yards after a bit of a scramble in the box. Stones had several chances to put the game to bed but couldnt and then let 1 in at the other end, a good header following a corner from the old'ish defender (no4 i think). 2-1 at half time. In the second half Tms again had good chances to finish the contest which they didnt which left for a nervous last 15 especially when you dont know what the ref is going to do next! Anyway they managed to see the game out and deserved the 3 points although hayle put up a good fight. Pitch looked good and i guess about 20 watching. M.o.m. was James Blackburn 🤗
  9. Ron Manager

    Results tuesday 28th August

    Good to see the old derby back on the fixture list and always good watch to an evening game at the Rec. Overall i thought Chacewater had the better chances 1st half but Tms keeper Richie was on his toes to sweep up some good through balls from the chacewater midfield. The Stones had a better 2nd half but the final ball was lacking quality and Scott Gilbert was having a good game at centre half for Chacewater snuffing out any danger. Against the run of play Stones fell behind when a throw in was flicked over the keeper from the near post area (i dont know who scored it?). It looked like Chacewaters hard working side were going to snatch the win with that goal but with about ten minutes to go 2 goals in a matter of minutes changed everything. The route one ball from Richie fell nicely for Chris Shackley to run onto and he gave the keeper no chance with a low drive into the corner, and then moments later Shackley again took on the Chacewater defence and a tired swing of the leg caught Shackley on his ankle. Again the forward gave Josh Symons no chance sending the Pen in the opposite direction to his dive. Chacewater had a great chance to grab a share of the points in the last minute when i think it was James Martin who had the goal chance from about 4 yards out but the ball span off his boot and out for a goal kick. I thought Elliott Baker had a good game for the Stones and Scott Gilbert for Chacewater, but Shackleys two goals will probably earn him the man of the match award. Also thought the ref was fair to both sides and let the game flow not blowing his whistle every time a shout came from the crowd and touchline. Nice cup of tea 50p
  10. Ron Manager

    Trelawny Flexi League

    hey Dave, can you explain to me where the flexi bit comes in? Is it a case of play when you can, or can you transfer to another club when a fixture suits your work hours?
  11. Just seen the twitter video. Referee definately seen something i havn't. Free kick to St Austell in my opinion.
  12. Ron Manager

    Trelawny League - Tuesday Aug 14th 2018

    These two should apologise to penryn for all the acusations the've made on here. Never let the truth get in the way of a good rumour eh!
  13. Think your spot on with that assumption olderiget... , what a farce.
  14. I would say they are back where they were 5 years ago. With the exception that there team is in the combo instead of trelawny league. But they've got a few trophys in the cabinet to add to their history.
  15. Mr Pope didnt run the reserves, so you cant blame him for that. Agree Penwith v Illogan should be a interesting game.
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