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  1. Predictions Mount Gould 8-0 Looe Town - pain in Plymouth for Looe Padstow 0-3 St Minver - comfortable for visitors Plymouth Marjon Res 1-2 Newquay - students gone off the boil recently Roche 0-3 Torpoint - yet another cleano for Point St Cleer 3-2 Foxhole - improving Foxes, but not enough St Stephen 1-2 St Dominic - tight physical game St Teath 1-4 St Newlyn East - close early doors, but SNE to finish strong Veryan 2-2 St Blazey Res - Bears to steal a point
  2. Doesn't look like all your goalscorers are showing on the FA Full Time site Simon. You may want to take a look. No goalscorer showing v Mount Gould, only two goalscorers showing v Foxhole (although scored 4). I note that a lot of unused subs too, so doesn't look like they have been marked as "used" when updating the system. Only 8 starters v St Blazey aswell, so seems that there is a problem there.
  3. Predictions: Foxhole 0-3 St Dominick - comfortable for the visitors Looe Town 1-2 Torpoint Athletic - tough venue, but quality to shine through Mount Gould 4-0 St Minver - not a sniff for the visitors Newquay 3-1 Roche - tight early doors Plymouth Marjon 0-2 St Cleer - unpredictable on the astro St Blazey 1-4 St Stephen - too strong for Bears St Newlyn East 3-2 Veryan - decent side SNE, Veryan to stay in touch St Teath 1-3 Padstow United - tight first half
  4. That depends how you look at it. They've played arguable the two best sides in Mount Gould (1-2) and St Dominick (0-1). In their other 6 games, they have kept 5 clean sheets and been much more prolific than they were last season. Winning 6-0 at home to a much-improved Marjon, 3-1 at St Cleer, 2-0 at St Minver, 4-0 at Veryan and now 2-0 at St Stephen are hardly "scraping" results are they Gary? Foxhole are not the force they have been for the last couple season, St Minver, St Stephen and St Cleer are good sides but don't appear to be as strong, so "IF" Torpoint consider themselves a top 3
  5. Mount Gould v Foxhole 5-0 Padstow United v St Newlyn East 1-3 Roche v Plymouth Marjon 0-2 St Blazey v St Teath 4-1 St Cleer v Veryan 3-2 St Dominick v Newquay 4-1 St Stephen v Torpoint Athletic 1-2
  6. Looks to me like there definitely needs to be some pressure to submit and some guidelines/rules around submission. Lots of gaps in the data. St Blazey have played twice and only used 10 players apparently. It's not exactly rocket science is it??
  7. Football is back! 😃 Torpoint Athletic Thirds (ECPL) are pleased to have been able to arrange the following pre-season fixtures... Wed 12 August - Lanreath (Rally Park, Lanreath), 6.30pm Sat 15 August - Wendron United Reserves (Underlane, Wendron), 3pm KO *Fun bus booked!! Sat 22 August - Dobwalls Reserves (Lantoom Park, Dobwalls), 2.30pm KO Sat 29 August - Plymouth Argyle Development (Mandon 3G), 2.15pm KO We had also arranged games with Penzance Reserves and Launceston Reserves however, after the announcement that most leagues will start on 5 September, we ha
  8. From experience, the glitches on WGS are user error, rather than system problems. If you enter the data properly, it works!
  9. It would be a shame if North Petherwin dropped out. We've had some battles and their ground isn't particularly enjoyable to go to, but they seem a well run club with ambition to keep moving in the right direction, so I for one would not be happy in seeing them take a backward step. Good luck to them. If they are the only team to drop out - and it seems that decision has not yet been made by the way - then keeping the league at 16 is a no-brainer. Any further withdrawals will open an opportunity for applications but I think Duchy League clubs should be given priority over more Plymouth/Dev
  10. This is all great debate. It only proves that we all want what's best for the league, and the clubs within it. I believe the league competition (and the cup) has been completely expunged, so the Cup Final cannot be played, but I like the idea of the ECPL Cup Finalists meeting as a 2020/21 season opener! Like I said before, I don't see many (if any) changes to the constitution for the new season, so will be looking at a 17-team league. Even if we get one drop out, there will be no capacity for additional teams - particularly as the 18-team league was voted in against the advice of CCF
  11. Sorry Adlestrop, I completely forgot about Godolphin's withdrawal. We never played them. Which ECPL clubs do you think have concluded that senior football was a step too far? St Blazey struggled, but they have the belief that they should do better. St Teath too, but they had a very young side and one would think they can only improve. Newquay struggled too, but you'd think a Reserve side would want to retain senior status. North Petherwin struggled in their last few games, so I guess they may be a risk in terms of withdrawal. That said, with the season not actually finishing, many clubs w
  12. I've heard that Windmill FC have applied to transfer from the P&WD, but with 18 teams already currently in the league (which is arguably too big) and no suggestion of any withdrawals, I really can't see that being entertained at all. I would have thought that if there were any withdrawals, the league would take the opportunity to reduce the numbers to 16 max. At Torpoint Thirds, we're already planning for the new campaign. The lads are competing against each other Strava for their quickest 5km. We're confident we will retain the entire squad from 2019/20 and will look to strengthen wi
  13. Sunday 7th April 2020 TAFC Thirds Presentation Awards 2019/20 - via WhatsApp With the season brought to an abrupt end thanks the Cornovirus we thought we would do a WhatsApp Presentation Night for the lads. Along with some superb graphics, picture montages and action shots from Neill Richardson, the awards were dished out as follows... Sporting Commitment Award... Jay Hussey Tom "Killer" Rowe Danny Rogers Managers' Player of the Season.. Danny Rogers Matt Westall Jake White Players' Player of the Season... Matt Westall Jake
  14. Without the luxury of seeing all teams play, it would be too easy to just pick the goalscorers, as they're the ones in the headlines. Of the games I've seen or been involved with, the ones that have stood out for me are... McIlveney (Mount Gould) Hawes (Mount Gould) Cheshire (Foxhole) Ryall (St Dominick) St Stephen 'keeper St Minver 'keeper Rogers (St Cleer) Having seen too many better all round keepers than our own Matt Westall this season though. When he doesn't play, we miss him.
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