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Glen Patterson last won the day on August 22 2019

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  1. As the match report says, Penryn were hanging on all 2nd half & players legs had gone yet they didn't bring on a single sub... Work it out for yourself 😂
  2. Your boys class showed through in the end, we had a few pull out late on which didn't help, including the top scorer in our league but I don't think that mattered as it was 1 way traffic 2nd half. Heard a few of your boys saying we had 1st team players in, when we honestly didn't, as they had bare 11 today too 😂 But that's a compliment. But as I said, better team won.
  3. St Dominick 4-1 Penryn (Southeard) A decent game to be fair, very lively 1st half, both teams not happy about having a goal disallowed each for offside. Went in at ht 1-1. 2nd half St Dominick took over & were deserved winners. St Dominick awarded 3 penalties & scored all 3. Penryn went up there with bare 11 but battled until the end, brought us back down to earth after pumping most teams in our league recently. Pitch was decent & the spread put on at the pub was the best we have ever had. Best of luck to St Dominick, will take a very good side to beat them.
  4. St Agnes 2 Penryn 10 - Roberts x3, Cooke x2, Kent X2, Davies x2, Leivers. Watched Aggie play Helston on Tuesday when they lost 2-0 but had more than enough chances to get something from the game. We expected a really tough afternoon, but I think Aggie would admit that they didn't play well & made it easy for us at times. The main story of the game was the pace of the Penryn front 3, which Aggie struggled to deal with from the very 1st minute. Some good goals scored, the game was played in the right spirit, there wasn't a single bad tackle & it was reffed really well by Neil Pitts. The pitch was as bad as I've ever seen at Aggie, which played into our hands as they had some decent, ball playing youngsters which is good to see, no doubt a few of them will be 1st team players of the future. Our players were dropping like flies which meant I played the 2nd half in goal, 1st team manager Harry Pope at right back & a CB partnership of Midfielder Martyn Jay & 1st team winger Bradley Leivers 😂 Clubhouse was bouncing after the game & thanks for the hospitality, look forward to the return game at Kernick.
  5. Malabar FC from Truro played all over the place including a cow field in baldhu (back lanes between threemilestone & chacewater).
  6. He's a good manager & a top bloke so I don't think he will have a trouble finding a team.
  7. Penryn (Jeffery X2, Jay X2, Roberts X 2, Cooke X2) 8-2 Goonhavern Another decent game at Kernick & well worth the £2 the 21 fans paid, braved the rain in the 1st half & were rewarded with bright sunshine for the 2nd half. Penryn started the brighter & scored the opener after 10 mins when the brilliant Kyle Cooke skinned his man & was hacked down for a pen, which skipper Glen Jeffery drilled home. Goonies pulled 1 back when stand in Ryn keeper threw the ball to the opposition attacker, who whipped a ball in, & after several missed chances to clear was drilled in by sturgess. Ryn made it 2 when Martyn Jay connected well from a Lewis Pellow corner. The 3rd came shortly after when Cooke was again brought down & Jeffery placed it in the same corner giving the Goonhavern keeper no chance. Against the run of play the away team made it 3-2 when their skipper took down a clearance from the Ryn keeper, before clipping in from the half way line. Ryn made it 4-2 before ht when Jason Roberts cut in from the left & lashed in from the near stick. Ht 4-2 2nd half started as the 1st ended with Ryn on top, & made it 5 when Jay got on the end of another corner. Ryn made it 6 when Roberts robbed the defender & again banged 1 at the near post. Penryn made it 7 when Kyle Cooke, who had ran the defence ragged all day, got the goal which his performance had deserved, heading home from a corner. Ryn saved the best till last when Cooke cut in from the left & drove into the top bin from 30 yards. Goonhavern weren't as bad as the score suggests, they fought till the end & made a game of it. Best of luck for the season & look forward to the return game at Reen Manor Park, where I played my 1st season on South Western League football back in 2006. Great club.
  8. Penryn 7-3 Culdrose. Penryn played some of the best football we have played all season, we missed so many clear cut chances but still managed to put 7 away. Culdrose didn't actually play badly, their 2 centre mids were lively & they also had 2 quick wingers that caused us trouble on the counter. Ryn went 1-0 with a 40 rocket in the top corner from skipper Glen Jeffery. We went in at ht 3-0 up after 2 goals from mom "Minto" Kent. Ryn made it 4-0 after substitute Brad Southeard finished well after a decent move. Ryn made 5 2nd half subs & the last half hour was end to end, with both teams scoring 3. Penryns goals coming from Jamie Shaw, Kyle Cooke & Kiall Maugham. Taking nothing away from Culdrose who weren't a bad side, but Penryn were brilliant on the attack & could have scored double what we did if not for many great 1 on 1 saves from the away keeper & some poor finishing. Best of luck to Culdrose for the season, game was played in the right spirit with ref Dave Rowe brilliant, allowing the game to flow & getting most decisions right on the day.
  9. Penryn (Maugham x2, Pellow, Kent, Davies x2, Roberts) 7-2 St Day (Richards, Wysoski) Att: 40 Penryn came in to the game missing 7 of our regulars, meaning we had a bench comprising of our fitness coach, 1st team manager & Paul Suddes, who was signed as cover from Threemilestone reserves earlier in the week. Despite this we were able to field a strong starting 11 albeit with a few players playing out of position. Penryn got off to a disastrous start when the always lively Dan Richards shot from 30 yards got a wicked deflection off of makeshift centre half Kyle Cooke, which totally wrong footed Ryn captain for the day Chris Page in the Penryn goal for 0-1. As the 1st half went on Penryn took control but a combination of good St Day defending & poor Ryn finishing meant they kept their lead for most of the 1st half. On 35 mins ex St Day man Kiall Maugham (who was superb) turned well on the penalty spot & fired in the equaliser. 5 mins later Lewis Pellow cut in from the right & lashed a left footed strike in off the near post for 2-1. Then right on the stroke of half time "Minto" Kent finished off a superb move when he stroked his finish into the top corner. Ht 3-1 St Day came out fighting, just as they had in the 1st half & got a goal back when Liam Paddock played a through ball in behind the Ryn back line, keeper Chris Page got there 1st but his clearance was blocked by Matt Wysoski which sent the ball up in the air & Wysoski was able to volley home into the empty net. Ryn then got their 4th around the hour mark when Kiall Maugham found the ball drop to him 20yards out & smashed the ball into the net. Goals 5 & 6 came about shortly after both from the Penryn player of the season so far 18 year old Jak Davies, both good finishes but his 2nd was especially good as he's turned his man on the edge of the box & fizzed his strike into the top corner. There was time for 1 more when 1st team manager Harry Pope dispossessed the St Day defender, playing in Jason Roberts who made no mistake when he hit the top corner of the net with a cool left footed strike. The game was played in good spirits, young referee Ollie Knibb had a good game, let the game flow but at the same time he never lost control. Pitch was lovely as always. The scoreline didn't do St Day justice, they were well in the game & defended very well, particularly from corners of which it seemed Penryn had about 30. Penryn scored some absolute belters, maintaing our 100% record before a very tough trip to Rousudgeon on Saturday.
  10. Yes, he already goes with Penryn 1st team when we don't have a game, I'm sure it won't be long until they take him full time. He scored loads in pre season too, including 5 in 1 game. Even more impressive when you consider he missed all of last season through injury & had only played about 10 competitive games of men's football in his life.
  11. Wendron 4-6 Penryn (Davies X3, Pridham, Cooke X2) Att 25ish A really odd game, don't think I've ever been involved in a 6-4 scoreline before but glad to get the win. Game Played on the banana pitch behind the changing rooms, to be fair I've never seen the pitch look as nice, credit to the Wendron groundsman, 1st team pitch looked absolutely superb also. Penryn shot downhill 1st half, with the wind & dominated play from the off. We missed a fair few chances early on & I did wonder if we would be made to pay the price for our poor finishing. That changed on 15 mins when 18 year old Jak Davies burst through & fired his shot into the top corner, shortly after Davies grabbed his 2nd when he climbed at the back post to fire a header into the roof of the net after a lovely Kyle Cooke cross. Penryn made it 3-0 on the half hour mark with Chris Pridham reacting quickest to score from 10 yards after the Wendron goalkeeper saved Jason Roberts shot. Penryn went in at ht 3-0 up & in total control. No1 could predict what was to come, 2 mins after the restart the Wendron left back picked up the ball on the touchline, well inside his half & lobbed the Penryn keeper from 50 yards. After a couple poor Penryn defensive errors & decent finishes Wendron were level within 10 mins & well on top, at that point it looked like there was only 1 team that would win the game. Penryn dug in & went ahead again when Kyle Cooke used his pace to get in behind the Wendron backline before slotting home at the near post, Penryn scored a 5th when the impressive Jak Davies again was put through & again made no mistake smashing the ball past the home keeper. Wendron hadn't given up & pulled 1 back with 10 mins to go from a corner which Penryn failed to deal with. Dron were once again on top & pushing for the equaliser when Penryn were awarded a free kick 25 yards out. Kyle Cooke curled around the wall & into the bottom corner to finally kill the game off. We made hard work of it but nice to get the win & maintain our 100% start to the season. Jak Davies was absolutely unplayable on the day & was the difference between the sides. Thanks to Wendron for the hospitality & look forward to welcoming you to Kernick later in the year.
  12. I only went as a neutral, so it made no difference to me at all. Think the problem is that they have cricket & football side by side, rather than overlapping like they have in the past & do at Boscowan park, Truro. I could be wrong & it could meet requirements, just seemed tiny to myself & the people that I wad with. As soon as I got to the game the 1st thing I noticed was the width of the pitch, there was a swl referee watching & I asked him what he thought & he agreed with me. Then after the game I saw a few mawnan players & it was the 1st thing they mentioned too.
  13. I'm talking touchline to touchline. I understand that it has to be 45m minimum, there's absolutely no chance that the pitch is 45m wide.
  14. Fair play to them for nicking a point against a st pirans team Dave
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