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  1. Here we go....new season and new set up.
    Training is open to everyone and looking forward to seeing as many existing and new players at the first few sessions. We have two men’s teams in St.Pirans League and Trelawny league (hopefully new team) so please come along.
    Monday 28th June at 7pm
    Monday 5th July at 7pm
    Then every Tuesday at 7pm from 13th July.
    5 friendlies arranged already so please come along and say hello 👍🍻
    #perranporthafc #fitness #football #success

    Brian Fisher, Symon Winnan and Steve Maynard

  2. Here we go....new season and new set up.
    Training is open to everyone and looking forward to seeing as many existing and new players at the first few sessions. We have two men’s teams in St.Pirans League and Trelawny league (hopefully new team) so please come along.
    Monday 28th June at 7pm
    Monday 5th July at 7pm
    Then every Tuesday at 7pm from 13th July.
    5 friendlies arranged already so please come along and say hello 👍🍻
    #perranporthafc #fitness #football #success

    Brian Fisher, Symon Winnan and Steve Maynard

  3. Here we go....new season and new set up.
    Training is open to everyone and looking forward to seeing as many existing and new players at the first few sessions. We have two men’s teams in St.Pirans League and Trelawny league (hopefully new team) so please come along.
    Monday 28th June at 7pm
    Monday 5th July at 7pm
    Then every Tuesday at 7pm from 13th July.
    5 friendlies arranged already so please come along and say hello 👍🍻
    #perranporthafc #fitness #football #success

  4. Perranporth men’s football team starts training every Tuesday starting 13th April 7pm.

    All new players welcome at open training.

    A long pre-season for us with plenty of friendlies organised for May.

    First team in Combination league and new second team in Trelawny league (if voted in at AGM).

    Looking forward to seeing lots of new players (and old 🤣)  

    See you all soon

  5. Perranporth men’s football team starts training every Tuesday starting 13th April 7pm.

    All new players welcome at open training.

    A long pre-season for us with plenty of friendlies organised for May.

    First team in Combination league and new second team in Trelawny league (if voted in at AGM).

    Looking forward to seeing lots of new players     (and old 🤣) see you there 

  6. Perranporth men’s football team starts training every Tuesday starting 13th April 7pm.

    All new players welcome at open training.

    A long pre-season for us with plenty of friendlies organised for May.

    First team in Combination league and new second team in Trelawny league (if voted in at AGM).

    Looking forward to seeing lots of new players (and old 🤣) see you there

  7. 23 minutes ago, TheolderIgetthebetterIwas said:

    Not until the 12th April I believe (?)

    Correct but you can walk your dog around the pitch for 90 minutes, take the children to the park to play on the swings or have the vaccine at the show ground in Stithians.....and there just might be a game going on around you. Not that I am condoning it mind you 🤔🙈👀

  8. Most teams in Combo have around 20 games to fit in to complete the season. Even if extended to end of June that is 2 games every week (without any cancellations for rain). As seen in Premier league can players sustain 2 games every week for 10 weeks solid with injuries, work, family commitments??

    surely it is in everyone’s best interest to null and void the league....maybe set up a competitive cup (league format) and play every weekend. Then start pre season July for a fresh start in August.

  9. 1 hour ago, countyman said:

    Surely each league has an idea of a plan by now... clubs have to be told what the intentions are so they can decide on what to do about pitch maintenance etc which, whilst football continuing still remains an option, must be continued at cost to each club. 
    surely no one now seriously believes the leagues can be played out to a conclusion by may 31, so the options remain as they were back in December .... 1. null and void (considering that’s been tried and found lacking as a solution) thus placing us in the same position as previously, 

    2. Pause the season now and rollover to next season restarting as usual in August 

    3. Points per game retaining promotion and relegation either decided now or after whatever matches eventually get played by May.

    In my opinion the only solution that allows clubs to act and move on effectively is the 2nd. It allows games still to be arranged if clubs or leagues wish in some format (friendlies, short-form cups, etc) whilst allowing a fair and evenly contested end to the league in 2022. Those clubs that would prefer to do grounds works instead can do so starting early....whilst we avoid confusion, extra costs and disruption to those clubs that wish to continue playing.

    plus a decision could be made now....

     

     

    The problem is Countyman that legally a precedent was set last season by FA and CCFA to void the season.

    if a new set of rules are put in place this season then clubs like Helston and Penryn would have the right to challenge the decision previously made when they were top of their respective leagues.

    Unfortunately the only option is to keep continuity and void league and all have a fresh safe start next season.

    The biggest thing is that whatever decision is made....the safety of all players, officials and supporters needs to paramount. 

  10. 8 hours ago, Mr Justice said:

    With restrictions looking likely to be increase, what happens in the event that the season is yet again voided?

    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?? 🤷‍♂️

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