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  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. Yes of course I realise that Dave. But those 6 teams were all in last year's junior cup which has been weakened as a result. Combo for me now is a junior league hanging on to a senior title!
  6. Changing the subject slightly. In my opinion this season's teams in the combo should have be playing in the junior cup rather than senior cup. I think only 5 or 6 clubs qualified due to all the others being reserve teams. And realistically no chance of any of those getting far.
  7. RIP Gerald. Landlord at the Britannia Inn, a great guy and a good laugh.
  8. I wouldn't say that, anything can happen in a local derby. Look how hard it is to predict super six results. Although for me the G tried to match Newquay for football skills instead of soaking up pressure and hitting Newquay with the long ball missing out midfield. Not pretty but sometimes effective.
  9. What was the attendance for this game? I was there and i would put a rough guess at 200-250. Horrible weather meant a few sneaked off early once the result was beyond doubt.
  10. Watching the rugby world cup, and between the 3 on the field officials and the TMO official they always seem to get the decisions spot on. And also you get to hear what they are checking for and the view of those officials. Why has VAR been so bad when they had this template already in place. In it's current form I see it as a total waste of time.
  11. Percy Stephens Cup. Threemilestone 8, Newlyn non Ath. 0. The visitors playing with 10 men got off to the worst possible start, with a defensive mistake in the 1st minute giving Joel Snape a chance to run in on goal and shoot past the keeper. Threemilestone had plenty of chances to add to the score but a mixture of determined defending from the Newlyn 10 ten men, poor finishing from Tms and good goalkeeping kept the score at 1-0 untill the 40th minute when good work down the left created room for a good cross which was tapped in at the back post by Tom Goodman. Second half Threemilestone were on top right from the kick off and about 10 minutes in Martyn Jay drove in the 3rd from the 18 yard line. A few minutes later the Newlyn no6 was sinned binned for giving the ref a bit of verbal and this was the nail in Newlyns coffin. The 9 men of Newlyn were being overrun and 3 goals in a five minute spell put the game beyond doubt, the first was the goal of the game as Snape took down a ball into the box on his chest and as the ball came down turned and smashed it past the keeper on the volley. Goal five was scored by Joe Carlyon who fired in from the left of the penalty area, and the sixth was scored by Callum Sidwell. Martyn Jay scored number 7 from inside the 6 yard box although the defender may have booted it over the line? The final goal was scored by Snape from the penalty spot after a Threemilestone free kick on the edge of the box was charged down but with hands raised. Joint Manager Matt Kemp replaced Snape up front for the final 10 minutes for a rare appearance but was not able to add to the score to mark his birthday. Newlyn's ten players worked their socks off throughout and were a credit to their club and their keeper was man of the match for them. Att 11.
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