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  1. I would have thought a precedent has been set by last season? Difference is the league was voided end of March last year....fingers crossed everyone is back playing February/March this year and can finish their leagues?? 🤷‍♂️
  2. Our thoughts are with Barry and his family at this worrying time. Donation given, but more importantly our prayers ❤️⚽️
  3. Loved playing against St.Just over the years.....competitive games, fully committed and then great fun in clubhouse after.....plus the odd pint on way home as well. Great times 👍⚽️🍻
  4. Hi Kernowfooty, your summary is fairly accurate. Perranwell scorer was number 19 Tom Fisher. when Perranwell made their 3 substitutions it did make a difference for that 15 minutes ⚽️👍
  5. My predictions are all games postponed to weather 😳😔⚽️🍻
  6. Ralph, I used to love these conditions...good hard game of football and then hot shower and few beers....perfect afternoon.
  7. Potential light at end of tunnel.... Speaking to a Director of a Chinese company today about sport, he said that from the first few deaths in China to things getting back to normal again was 7 weeks....so hopefully with a lockdown now, we might be up and running again before end of May. Playing Saturday and Tuesdays and an extension of season till end of June/July (extend insurance period) the season can be finished. If start 20/21 season in September and everything back to normal (hopefully not the rain though)
  8. I still believe that if you are elderly or have an underlying health issue then self isolate and dont go out. Fit healthy men playing football in a local park with 15 or 20 people watching in the open air is not going to radically increase the spread of covid 19. However today I went to Asda in Penryn at 10.30am to pick up a couple of things for weekend and it was rammed and mainly rammed with elderly people...there were 8 deep at each checkout, so about 50 people I close proximity potentially spreading the virus....and we say football outdoors for 28 players and 20 supporters should stopped!
  9. I understand all the above concerns...but are you all going to work? Sitting close to people? I was in a restaurant in Bath last night with about 50 people, how many people will not play football but still go to the pub etc. It is a concern and people will say football is an added extra risk factor, but if you do stop it now....you wont start again till next season due to the virus projected to hit peak in June and you certainly will not be allowed to play football then. Therefore the next topic of debate is....what happens to this season? Void it as some of the teams have not played som
  10. The government and specialist health advisors have stated they think the peak of this will be June time, so if football stops today then you have no where to go when the virus gets worse except to cancel football this season and start again August 2020. You have less chance catching this being outside in a field, than you are in a restaurant, pub, bus or at work where the AC is circulating germs. All the people on here saying we should stop football....I hope you are not going to work with other people, going shopping with other people and then visiting your elderly relatives?? 🙄 This is
  11. This is a serious situation...BUT....does anyone really think stopping 22 players and 10 supporters at a local field will make any difference? If you stop that amount of people coming together are we going to stop the park & ride bus, close all restaurants and pubs....I understand large public gatherings but locally??
  12. All games with over 500 spectators should be cancelled immediately 🤔🙄😂
  13. I watched the game yesterday and it was a fairly even game with Hayle wasting a few chances first half, but Perranwell could have scored a couple more second half. A good evenly contested game. Having watched Perranwell in their last 4 or 5 games they have been very unlucky, losing 1-0 to a deflected goal at Perranporth, losing 4-3 to Falmouth Town when they led 3-2 with ten minutes to go and yesterday winning 2-1 (goals by Will Snape and Tom Fisher). Maybe with players being more available The Well might make a good fist of the back end of the season? 👍⚽️🙏
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