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Cornwall Combination League

Wednesday 20th May

St Day (Sam Cooper, Andrew Pooley, Paul Hoskins, Tom Rosenfeld) 4-5 Wendron CC United Reserves ()Justin Searle, Josh McDonald, Alan Rodgers, Neil Bartlet, Tom Wordsworth)

Att - 22

Thursday 21st May

Mullion 0-5 RNAS Culdrose (Anthony Rowntree 3, Chris Morris, Jamie Thurkle)

Att - 24

Portreath (Jason Opie 2) 2-3 Falmouth Town Reserves (Bobby Bryant, Richard Kellow, Ryan Harris)

Att - 40

Perranwell (Nigel Brabyn, Huw Gibbon) 2-1 Helston Athletic (Dominic Pullen)

Att - 45

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scorers for st day were.

sam cooper 30yds scorcher, andrew pooley, ? , and Paul Hoskins (gk) with a sreamer from 18yds, keeper got a hand to it but the bend and power beat him.

the scoreline was a true reflection of the game as at half time the saints were 3-1 to the good. in the changing room the manager pulled out 12 peices of paper and we all drew one each, this was to determine our positions for the second half.

For example Paul hoskins the keeper played on the left wing, lee gribble went in goal and so on and so forth until all the positions were filled.

all in all a spectacle of a football match.

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Just spoke to dave fisher on the phone 10 mins left 2-1 to perranwell Nigel Brabyn and Huw Gibbon :yahoo:

dom pullen scored from free kick and fraggle made a couple of good saves, 7 wins on the bounce now !!!!

final score 2-1 perranwell :thumbsup:

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Portreath 2 - 3 Falmouth Town

(H/T 0-1)

0-1 Ryan Harris

0-2 Bobby Bryant

1-2

2-2 (pen)

2-3 Richard Kellow from 25 yards!

Att: generous 40

Referee: Porky had a good game

Sunday will be completely different.....

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Falmouth line up:

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Lewis Johnson

Richard Kellow

Adrian Clode

Haydn Andrew

Ryan Reeve

James Parkinson

Ryan Harris ©

Andy Miles

Steve Kellow

Bobby Bryant

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No just my traditional appearance in the last game of the season! Haha.

The ball came to him and he lashed it goalwards and took everyone by surprise - of course he was telling everyone he meant it

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Diary of a Groundhopper.

Arrived at Clifden Close, Mullion in plenty of time to find a parking space. In fact if it wasn't for the teams out on the pitch warming up you wouldn't realise there was a match on, the crowd was so sparse to start. The sun was shining and it was one of those rare days when the wind wasn't blowing a gale across the pitch.

Mullion once again had a very young side whilst Culdrose had what looked a fairly strong side. The match kicks off with Culdrose playing down the slope towards the clubhouse.

On 13mins Culdrose attack down the middle. A shot from 20yds goes in. The keeper misses but Mullion's Lee Cattran makes a one-handed palm away to avoid a goal. The ref has no choice but to red card him. Chris Morris steps up to take the resulting spot kick. He shoots low to keeper Rob Rosevear's left. The keeper gets down to knock the ball away and also gets a hand to the rebound to prevent the score.

At this time the match is all one way with Culdrose missing a couple of sitters. On 21mins they get a corner on the right. The ball comes in, is knocked to the left, over everyone. A low cross into the box and Anthony Rowntree has a knock in from 4yds out to make it 0-1.

Again Culdrose push but are caught repeatedly off-side. Just over the half hour they increase their lead. They break through the middle. Morris tries a long shot from 30yds which the keeper lets slip through his hands into the nets. 0-2 after 35mins.

Culdrose have a goal dissallowed for offside plus again miss a couple of sitters.

H-T

Mullion have first chance of second half when a long shot dips and rattles the crossbar. We get 15mins of fairly even play.

Culdrose then work left, cross to Rowntree who knocks the ball up and over the keeper, who once again gets his hands on it but the ball again slips through and over him into the net. 62mins 0-3.

4mins later Rowntree gets his hat-trick. Culdrose down the left, a low cross and a simple tap in from 8yds. 0-4 after 66mins.

A couple of minutes later Cudrose complete the scoring when ex-Porthleven player Jamie Thirkle tries a shot only to see the keeper parry it. The rebound fall kindly for him and he knocks it in from 10yds. 0-5 after 68mins.

Culdrose continue to dominate till the end of the match. Final crowd figure 24.

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Both Portreath goals were scored by former 2nd team manager Jason Opie, one pen, one 20 yard free kick that the keeper looked suspect on! haha

The keeper was suspect throughout! :clapper:

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Portreath 2 Falmouth Town 3

A good game played with portreath aiming to prove 1 thing.. they can have a laugh. Thats exactly what they did. Both teams played weak sides in order to rest players for Sundays cup final. Yet an entertaining game full of laughs and jokes. So nice one to Falmouth for being good sports too.

Falmouth named 6 south western players in team line up for final? Surely a Sign they know we wont roll over and will battle til the end. Shame they have to do that, but hey, never mind.

A very good luck to both teams for the final, Heres to an exciting game and Sunday night Boooooooze sesh!

:drink::drink::drink::drink::drink:

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Portreath 2 Falmouth Town 3

A good game played with portreath aiming to prove 1 thing.. they can have a laugh. Thats exactly what they did. Both teams played weak sides in order to rest players for Sundays cup final. Yet an entertaining game full of laughs and jokes. So nice one to Falmouth for being good sports too.

Falmouth named 6 south western players in team line up for final? Surely a Sign they know we wont roll over and will battle til the end. Shame they have to do that, but hey, never mind.

A very good luck to both teams for the final, Heres to an exciting game and Sunday night Boooooooze sesh!

I got 90 mins for Portreath must of been scraping the bottom of the barrel :P !!! Come on you Gulls, for Sunday!!! :D

:c:

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Guest KOPPITE PAFC

I ALSO GOT 90 MINUTES (1ST GAME SINCE AUGUST/SEPTEMBER ) REALLY ENJOYED IT

SCORED A PENALTY AND A PEACH OF A FREEKICK.

GOOD BUNCH OF LADS AT PORTREATH AND WISH THEM ALL THE BEST FOR THE FINAL :clapper:

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