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  1. Penryn 4-3 Helston res A game that had everything really. Penryn going ahead, Helston equalising every time, penalties for both teams, goal line clearances and top saves from both keepers. Helston getting caught with a break away goal in the 90th minute to win the game for Penryn. No bad tackles, giving the ref little to do other than the 2 pens. A draw was probably a fair result but that is football
  2. Helston 2-1 Penryn (ht 0-0) Helston scorer Ash Stidwell (2) All Helston first half just couldn’t take their chances, hitting the post and crossbar a few times. Second much more even. Penryn taking the lead from a cross that was tapped in at the back post. Helston equalised from a well placed free kick into the bottom corner through Ash Stidwell, who got the winner after timing his run onto a through ball then calmly slotting the ball into the bottom corner
  3. Mousehole 2-1 Helston An entertaining game for the neutral with both sides playing good football throughout. Mousehole took their early chances and stood firm until the last 10 when we were awarded a penalty., but unfortunately couldn’t find the equaliser Little comment for Liam Mankee in the middle today. Let the game flow well and kept control with a calm and sensible head when the game started to flare up in the last few minutes. There has been a lot of ref bashing over the last few weeks so to have a referee who was quality today deserves a mention too
  4. For league games, there is a maximum of 150 tickets on sale at the gate to allow for season tickets holders to attend without going over the recommended 300 spectators. I’m not saying there are 150 ticket holders, as I do not know the exact figure given out. 150 tickets plus any season tickets holders would be the reason why the attendance for the St Austell draw being 178
  5. Redruth 3 - 2 Helston res On balance of play we would feel a draw would have been a fair result. All credit to Redruth who stuck to their game plan and took the chances when they came their way
  6. I’m sure there have been highlights of the recents draws involving Helston along with the heavy loss in recent weeks. Maybe it looks like it’s only when Helston win because they win a lot more than they do not!! Mark at Piran films is definitely not Helston biased and always shows a fair representation of the matches he records
  7. Helston res not at our best today, but managed to dig out the win in the closing minutes of the game. Falmouth Res are a well organised team thanks to Lee and Jarvo, will cause some teams problems like they did us today. All the best to them for the rest of the season For Helston, a tough run of games leading up to Christmas. Fingers crossed we all get that far
  8. Huge credit to Liskeard for giving Helston what must be deemed a beating. I’m sure Mass, Hoops and the squad will bounce back from this. Last time they lost in the league they went on a huge winning run.
  9. Barry showed all of his qualities in the second half. St Ives threw the kitchen sink at us for the final 25 or so, other than a good header lobbing him on his line, we held on for a hard earned 3 points. A great game for the neutral to watch, not so much in the dugout, with both teams going at it 100% to win the game
  10. What sort of comment is that about anyone... Liam is working his way back to full fitness after another bad injury last year and then you post an idiotic comment like that... He will get as many minutes he needs with the reserves to work his way back into the first team squad and return as the top goal scorer he has been over the years
  11. Does nobody else think that the Saltash defenders marshalled Richards well last night partly down to training with him every week for so long? Instead of giving him a bashing and saying Carter should have stayed, give him some time to adjust to new teammates, new management, new way of playing, all in a new surrounding! It was his first competitive game for Parkway against his old side, give him a break!
  12. Mullion and Penryn for me will be top 2, with Illogan and St Ives close behind
  13. A good run out for both sides. Completely agree that both teams tried playing football in the heat. Thanks for hosting us this afternoon, good luck for the season ahead 💙
  14. Thanks for the information Steve. I thought I had read that the FA were pushing back the changes to next year, I must have missed the part about step 7 still going ahead. Hopefully all clubs can provide a safe environment for players, coaching staff, match officials, volunteers and supporters when we are allowed to restart
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