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Glen Patterson

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  1. Penryn reserves (combination league) are looking for a friendly on Saturday 3rd July, we can host but it would need to be a 12:30 ko as our 1st team are playing at home at 3pm, we are happy to play the game away from home too if that suits anyone. Also we are looking to host midweek evening games throughout July, we can do any Tuesday/Wednesday or Thursday so if you fancy a game drop me a message. Glen
  2. Penryn reserves (combination league) are looking for a friendly on Saturday 3rd July, we can host but it would need to be a 12:30 ko as our 1st team are playing at home at 3pm, we are happy to play the game away from home too if that suits anyone. Also we are looking to host midweek evening games throughout July, we can do any Tuesday/Wednesday or Thursday so if you fancy a game drop me a message. Glen
  3. Penryn reserves (combination league) are looking for a friendly on Saturday 3rd July, we can host but it would need to be a 12:30 ko as our 1st team are playing at home at 3pm, we are happy to play the game away from home too if that suits anyone. Also we are looking to host midweek evening games throughout July, we can do any Tuesday/Wednesday or Thursday so if you fancy a game drop me a message. Glen
  4. I think it's best we follow the other leagues & start again in August. Seems a little bit daft trying to fit 20 games in april & may. Also it would be a shambles with the higher leagues cancelled, it will mean there will be hundreds of peninsula level ringers looking for a game every Saturday.
  5. Illogan (Harrington) 1- 3 Penryn (Roberts x2, Pridham) A tight game at Oxland Park, 2 physical, hard working teams who battled until the end. Going downhill with the wind Illogan enjoyed the lions share of territory in the 1st half without creating alot, although they didn't create any clear cut chances they had half a dozen corners, which they are always dangerous from. Penryn had 2 great chances when Jason Roberts was through on goal twice, seeing his 1st shot saved by goalkeeper Barry Wyatt & 5 mins later he tried to lob him from 15 yards which easily cleared the crossbar. Illogan were awarded a "soft" penalty on 40 minutes but Simon Ellis saw his pen well save by Chris Page. Ryn were on the backfoot but managed to go in at h/t with the score at 0-0. Penryn had a lot more joy in the 2nd half & took over the game. On 60 Roberts got on the end of a long ball from keeper Page & this time made no mistake as he fired into the bottom corner of the net for 1-0. 5 minutes later a moment of madness from Illogans Tom Butt as he clearly won the ball in a tackle but oddly followed through with a stamp to the Penryn players shin. The referee called Butt over & reached to his pocket with the illogan players arguing he got the ball, I shouted "I don't know why you're moaning you're lucky it isn't a red", at which point the referee pulled out a red card & Illogan were down to 10 men. With Penryn well on top Illogan were always dangerous from set plays, with Justin Harrington seeing his 25 yard free kick go inches wide. With 20 mins left Penryns Elliot Baker broke down the right & played in Roberts who unselfishly rolled to Chris Pridham to stroke home for 2-0. Penryn were in total control, when Harrigton had a free kick from the same place as his earlier effort, this time curling the ball into the top corner for 2-1. This led to a nervy final 10 minutes for penryn who threw away a late lead to lose in midweek at Helston. Roberts made the game safe with 5 mins left when he brillianty curled his shot into the far top corner to make the score 3-1. Best of luck to Illogan for the season. Mom Chris Pridham.
  6. Helston 2-2 Hayle. Att 40ish. A tight game, both teams decent in spells, both teams dangerous on the counter. All in all a draw was a fair result.
  7. I try to put a report up after every Penryn game, but I had a very busy weekend & thought nobody would be interested in reading it a few days after the game. Its a shame though when you see other teams put reports up on their Facebook/twitter but nobody can bothered to copy & paste it over to here.
  8. Pendeen 0-2 Penryn (Roberts, Southeard) A very hard fought win on the road for Penryn, in a game that we always knew would be tough. Penryn started the brighter & enjoyed the lions share of possession in the 1st 25 minutes, but poor decisions & badly executed passes in the final third meant we only had a few half chances to show. Pendeen didn't create any real chances either but did have a string of corners that worried the away side. Near the end of the half Jason Roberts was brought down in the box & the referee, who had a great view, pointed to the spot. After a long protest, the Pendeen sub who happened to be running the line at that point waved the referee over who reversed his decision & gave a corner. It was 1 of those where the defender clearly got the ball but went straight through the man to get it, I would have been raging if it was given against me, but that being said an untrained home linesman can not overturn a penalty. That seemed to spark both teams into life & the game then became a more feisty affair from there on, there were no more chances in the 1st half as the teams went in for half time at 0-0. The 2nd half was much the same as the 1st, both teams fighting for every ball, Penryn enjoying more possession but unable to create much, Pendeen had a 1 on 1 well saved after a long kick from the goalkeeper. It felt like the game had 0-0 written all over it & we could see why Pendeen had kept 2 clean sheets from their 3 games this season. The game changed on 60minutes when playmaker Brad Southeard was introduced to the Ryn midfield, he immediately started getting on the ball & making things happen. 10 minutes later Southeard played Sam Connolly down the right, who put a deep cross up the hill to the back post to Jason Roberts to coolly stroke home to put Penryn 1-0 up. 5 minutes later there was a bit of handbags between Roberts & the Pendeen #3 which saw both players booked. Soon after the 2 players clashed again, with the Pendeen man going in studs up, well over the ball to catch Roberts half way up the shin, he was shown a 2nd yellow & Pendeen were down to 10 men. With the home team trying to get back into the game Southeard was finding more & more space & with 10 minutes left he dribbled through the Pendeen back line before unselfishly squaring the ball for Roberts to tap home from a yard, only to be ruled out for offside, much to the dismay of the Penryn players & coaches. With 5 minutes on the clock Penryn were almost punished for not killing the game off when the Pendeen #9 was inches away from latching onto an underhit pass back to the keeper, but gk Chris Page was alert & managed to clear the ball. Then in pretty much the last play of the game Southeard picked the ball up in the middle of the park, jinked his way past the pendeen midfield before unleashing a 25 yard rocket into the top corner. The was a fiercly contested game by 2 well drilled sides. Penryn were good for the win but Pendeen were always well in the game. I'm sure both sets of players are already looking forward to the reverse fixture. Apologies we couldn't stay for a pint, 45 minute drive home along with players not bringing their covid masks. Mom - Brad Southeard. Att 30
  9. Penryn (Shackley x2) 2 - 1 St Day With gale force winds blowing from end to end this was a game of 2 halves. Penryn started slowly, but enjoyed the lions share of possession & territory due to the advantage of playing with the wind. Not a lot of football was played but Penryn did come close when Keir Dent was put in on goal, but saw his lob sail over the bar. 5 minutes later Jason Roberts saw his 1 on 1 well saved after great work from Chris Shackley who cut in from the left & laid it back on a plate. Penryn were in control but St Day rattled the bar themselves from close range after a great passing move down the right. Ryn took the lead after 35 minutes when captain Glen Jeffrey played a lovely 40 yard ball to Chris Shackley, who brought it down just outside the box, turned the 2 defenders inside out before firing into the top corner from 12 yards. Ryn went in deserved leaders at ht. Despite playing against the wind, Ryn came out flying in the 2nd half & were well on top when Keir Dent & Jason Roberts linked well, with Dent seeing his shot well saved but the ball fell to Shackley who stroked the ball into the bottom corner for 2-0. Penryn thought they had made it 3-0 shortly after when Ryan Caddy backhealed through the keepers legs from 5 yards after a shot from Shackley. Despite St Day having a player on the line the linesman gave offside & the score remained 2-0. With both teams making subs it was St Day came on strong as the 2nd half progressed, seeing a goal of their own chalked off for offside (which they were equally unhappy with), with 15minutes to go they got the goal that had been coming, when Adam Solomon waltzed through the tiring Ryn defence before setting up Matt Wysocki who finished well. With the wind in their face, Penryn struggled to get out of their half as St Day dominated the final stages of the game, but the equaliser never came & Penryn were relieved/delighted to hear the final whistle. Mom Chris Shackley - the clinical striker was the difference between the 2 teams. Very tight hard fought game, good luck to St Day for the season.
  10. Penryn (Shackley, Southeard) 2-3 Hayle A decent game for the neutral, both sides fought till the end & it could have gone either way. Penryn without Jason Roberts, Keir Dent, Lewis Ellis, Matt Mcilroy & Hal Davis knew it would be a tall order. We started the stronger & had a few decent chances from corners that came to nothing. Ryn forward Sam Connolly got put through clear on goal after 20 mins but saw his effort well saved by the keeper. Half way through the 1st half Elliot Baker made a break down the right, put a nice cross to Chris Shackley who took it down on the edge of the box on the left, beat 2 men & fired home for 1-0. As the half progressed Hayle took over were in control & Penryn were happy to hear the half time whistle. The 2nd half started the same as the 1st with Penryn in control, on the hour mark with Hayle running out of ideas an underhit back pass from the Ryn cb put the Hayle forward in, Adam Robathan saved well but the Hayle boys were more alert & smashed in the rebound for 1-1. As they did late in the 1st half Hayle then took control, with Ryn on the back foot. Ryn still looked dangerous on the break & took the lead again after a nice run down the right from Alex Welford who played an in perfect ball for Brad Southeard to fire in from 15 yards. Hayle remained on top & were awarded a soft penalty when Dan Lord appeared to make decent tackle to knock the ball out for a corner but the ref deceided he didn't touch the ball & awarded a pen. Adam Robathan then made a great save & penryn felt justice was served. 5 minutes later Hayle equalised when their #10 picked up the ball on the right, beat 2 men & fired into the top corner from 35 yards. Hayle were then awarded another penalty, this time stone wall, but ryn were lucky as it was dragged wide. Both teams then looked for the winner in the last 10, with myself missing a 1 on 1 aswell as smashing a header a few inches over after a cross from Chris Shackley. Hayle won the game 5 mins from time when their #9, who was a threat all game, banged his 2nd with a bullet header from a corner. A very good game played by 2 decent sides, neither team would have felt they deserved to lose & both would feel they had enough chances to kill the game off. Best of luck to Hayle for the season, looking forward to the return fixture.
  11. Yeah probably more to do with teams fielding ineligible players than anything.
  12. What is the situation with giving teamsheets to referees? Do we not give them under any circumstances? Or do we still give them if the ref requests them?
  13. Penryn vs Perranporth is postponed. Our floodlights have broken &won't be fixed in time, we offered Perran an earlier ko but they couldn't get over in time. Think Perran are now away at Helston.
  14. penryn 4-1 rosudgeon Good start to the season for Penryn. Penryn Goals Me, Jason Roberts x2, Alex Welford. Rosudgeon goal Jamie Burr Missing 6 players today we dug in & outworked Rosudgeon. They were 3-0 down after 50 mins but never gave in & played to the end. Ryan Caddy man if the match, bossed the game in the middle. Att. 70
  15. I know both threemilstone teams are looking strong & also Constantine in div 1 have a team that should be 2 or 3 leagues higher. Also Chacewater managed by Jon Rowe will be tough to beat in their league, beating higher league opposition week after week in pre season.
  16. Green mate. Some years green & white, some years green & black. Dunno about this season But yeah main colour is green.
  17. Like Portreath back in the day & look how that ended... Can't be paying players below swl standard. & even in swl they should only be paid what they make on the gate after expenses.
  18. Any games tonight? Fancy watching a local game but I can't find anything in mid/West Cornwall
  19. Any games tonight? Fancy watching a local game but I can't find anything in mid/West Cornwall
  20. Best off to keep it quiet & hope the ref doesn't put it in 😂
  21. Penryn reserves 8-1 Goonhavern Penryn goals Jason Roberts x2, Charlie Edney x2, Jak Davies x3, Liam Patterson.
  22. Yeah im aware of that, meaning combo is now the last senior league left to say when the season starts & the fixtures for that week.
  23. I noticed the ECPL fixtures came out last week & all of the other senior leagues have released theirs. Doea anyone have any idea when the combo fixtures will be out?
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