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Guest Reginald Perrin

Must say what a great day had today. Good crowd, perfect weather and a very impressive pitch! Some good performances today and pick of the goals was the 2nd from team Chown. Forgive me i can't put a name on the young lad. Final score was Deacon 4-2 Chown. I thought team Chown had enough chances to win the game.

Is this the first time team(s) from different leagues have been made up? I hope this does indeed turn out to be an annual thing :c:

Charity was the winner today. May i ask if there is a final total from the day? :c:

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It was a great atmosphere and well done everyone who took part and turned up to support the charity and football in general.

Lee Rickard was class,a hat-trick i think,for the young man.Jon Row was named man of the match.Peter Davey also dominant in the heart of Team Deacon but everyone played their part to entertain the crowd.

Well organised by Carharrack FC and congratulations to both Dave Deacon and Richard Chown.

As Cat said,it was hot,hot,hot and being dressed in black was not the most appropriate attire in those conditions!

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I would just like to thank everyone that made the day a success. With the gate receipts and donations that I'm collecting in this week we have raised just over £500. Dave D is in the process of getting the Charity arm of Lloyds Bank who he works for to double the money which will be fantastic.

It was a really hot day and everyone enjoyed themselves. Dave's team took a early lead and then we got a goal back before half time through Josh Simms. After the interval Deac's team took the lead again, at that point I took a gamble which I will learn from by playing 3 at the back and tried to dominate the midfield this allows Team D to further the lead through Rickard who had a fantastic match. Having rolling subs I brought Liam Patterson back on who scored a screamer outside of the box sending the ball past Winno into the back of the net. Last kick of the game saw Team D win 4-2. Excellent match. Man of the Match was awarded to Jon Row.

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Congratulations to Dave and Richard on organising the whole thing and i'm sure a great day was had by all.

It was a pleasure to be involved and made even more enjoyable by the fact that we beat Chowny's team.

Both teams played some good football and it didn't seem to matter that most people were playing together for the first time.

Hope it goes ahead next year but perhaps put in an order for it not to be quite so hot...

John Row man of the match??? :SM_carton::clapper: :lol:

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Rich

No mention of your 'keeper Paul Hider (is he really a past Cornwall Senior Cup winner and curently one of the top goallies in the the county!) being at fault for our third goal from Duncan Gillett!

As we speak, our scribe, Michael Rabone, is working on a more detailed report on the game. That's providing he's returned from looking for the ball after his second-half shot which landed in the middle of the forest well behind the top goal!

Needless to say, his report will be completely biased towards our team, otherwise he won't be selected for next season's retention of the trophy! :D

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Guest gunners

Great day yesterday. Nice to se Rappo turn up with his bent nose lol, Good to see u there mate shame u could not play.

So hot on the day some fantastic football on display. Great cause, good to hear so much money was raised.

Team Deacon cleared up on the day even in the evening i beat Rich Crown in a drinking competition ha ha

Hope this happens agian next year and continues. Great day and so chuffed being involved.

Well done to all

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Following Mr Deacon's threats to deselect me from the trophy winning side next season and the fact that I was withdrawn early from the game to ensure that I did not get injured and put the match report under threat, here it is...!

Team Deacon 4 - 2 Team Chown

Sunday 24th May - Howard Beauchump Recreation Ground, Carharrack.

The stunning weather over the Bank Holiday weekend could not have been more fitting for this 'help for heroes' charity game. Dave Deacon and Richard Chown went head to head, selecting a vast array of players from local leagues and Mark Leah and Barry Moyle prepared a fantastic surface for a cracking game of football. News filtered through that Rappo would sadly be missing due to a broken nose. Chown had started the pre-match hype with a performance Kevin Keegan would be proud of, however, Deacon opted to allow the football to do the talking. If the match was won based upon the warm-up, Chown's side would have walked it. Deacon, however, opted to deploy the tactics of 'have a few shots and kick the ball around'. Highly influential stuff.

From early on it was clear that it was going to be an open game with plenty of goals and entertainment. Chown's flying winger Joshua Sims drilled a perfectly executed long shot that was turned around the post by a full-stretch Jason Chapman. St Dennis striker Lee Rickard was asked to contribute an early goal and it wasn't long before he opened the scoring, calmly slotting the ball past Paul Hider after excellent work from Richie Ward. It was that kind of composure that saw Rickard bag four goals in the recently replayed Junior Cup final.

Despite the midday sun, Deacon's midfield talisman Jon Row was working hard and Row could have put daylight between the teams, missing a header from a Michael Rabone corner and also bundling team-mate John Bird off the ball when well placed to score from close-range. Deacon's side were made to pay for their lack of finishing when Joshua Sims cut inside on the left and looped a cross/shot over Jason Chapman for the equaliser. It was deserving reward for Sims who had worked tirelessly on the left to create an opening. Just moments later the momentum could have changed when another centre from Sims was turned against the post by Liam Patterson with Chapman beaten. That proved to be the two main chances for Chown's men, Deacon selected a solid defensive line with Pete Davey comfortably holding the fort and marshalling his colleauges. A key moment occurred just before half-time when Gary Pascoe went clean through on goal, as he looked to slide the ball past Paul Hider, the Launceston 'keeper appeared to catch his man and the ball crept agonisingly wide. All eyes turned to the Stig who waved away the shouts and declared that it wasn't enough of an assault to warrant a spot-kick! It is rumoured that Stig wanted a draw and a penalty shoot out, however, the end of season bonus of a free pint and some cottage pie was just too much for the man in black.

With Chapman moving on to the supplementary cup final with Falmouth (congratulations chaps), Si Winnan donned the gloves for what may be his last game (for at least three weeks). Rickard was again able to show his pace and finishing ability, after a long clearance, he latched on to the loose ball and outstripped Chris Breasley to again slot calmly past Hider for his second. With the momentum firmly behind Deacon's men, a number of attacks followed and Hider had to be at his best to prevent goalbound strikes from James Miller and Lee Rickard. Which is a lot more than what could be said about the 25 yard strike from Michael Rabone that sailed high over the bar and into Sherwood Forest. The search party to find the ball was abandoned and a search party to find the guys who went to find the ball commenced.

At 2-1 the game seemed in the balance, and with the eccentric Winno deciding to sprint (you heard it here first) to the corner of his area to close down a cross, an early ball found Stu Reynolds who executed a perfect overhead kick that flashed wide from close range. Deacon returned the impressive Duncan Gillett to the affray and within a minute he had carved out some space on the left, cut inside and managed to squeeze the ball under Hider from close range. At 3-1, many teams would have crumbled yet Chown got animated on the touchline and demanded an improvement from his team. The response was almost immediate, St Day's Darren Buckley rose highest in the area to head against the crossbar with Winno seemingly beaten and Winno was then forced to pull off a wonder save, diving low to his right to prevent a goalbound header from Stu Reynolds. Chown's men were then back in the game within the final minutes when Liam Patterson lifted a left-foot dipping volley from the corner of the area past the helpless Winno for the goal of the game.

Just as it looked like a comeback could be on the cards, Lee Rickard worked his way into the area and turned the defender, drilling a low shot into the bottom corner for an excellent hat-trick. Not even the Stig (and a double portion of cottage pie) could influence that one.

Much to the delight of his team, Deacon collected the trophy and shook hands with arch-rival Chown. Next year perhaps, Rich? Jon Row collected man of the match for his effort and determination in midfield, edging out Davey, Rickard and Bird who also contributed excellent performances for Deacon's side.

A huge thank you to everyone involved, from players, officials (Eddie Corcoran, David James and Nigel Jewell), physio Tamsin Jobson and everybody that turned out to raise money for a really important cause.

There was only ever one team in it to be honest (see you next year, Dave!)

Team CHOWN

Paul Hider (Launceston SWPL Prem)

Craig Moyle (Carharrack FHFL)

Darren Buckley (St Day JCCL)

Danny Andrewartha (Robartes Inn Mining)

Chris Breasley (RNAS Culdrose JCCL)

Matt Mitchell (Spice of Life Mining)

Bill Lamin (Crowntown Sunday League)

Joshua Sims (Truro City SWPL W) *Wildcard Choice

Rob Hoskings (Perranporth Duchy)

Matt Nottle (St Cleer Duchy)

Josh Kemp (Porthlevern SWPL D1 & Cornwall U-18’s Captain)

Paul Banks (Launceston ECPL)

Liam Patterson (Threemilestone Mining)

Stu Renoylds (Porthlevern SWPL D1)

TEAM DEACON

Jason Chapman (Falmouth Town SWPL Prem)

Symon Winnan (Helston)

Tim Hooper (St Stephen ECPL)

Andy Sincock (St Stephen ECPL)

Peter Davey (Penryn Athletic SWPL D1)

John Bird (St Just JCCL)

Gary Pascoe (Chacewater FHFL)

Jamie Marles (Crowntown - Sunday League)

James Miller (Penzance SWPL D1)

Duncan Gillett (Mawnan FHFL)

Jon Row (Chacewater FHFL)

Jowan May (Gulval Mining)

Lee Rickard (St Dennis Duchy)

Richie Ward (Redruth Utd Mining)

Mike Rabone (Newquay) * Wildcard Choice

Gary Kay (St Day)

Referee: Eddie Corcoran aka The Stig

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Rich

No mention of your 'keeper Paul Hider (is he really a past Cornwall Senior Cup winner, SWL Cup winner (Man of the match in both finals) and curently one of the top goallies in the the county!) being at fault for our third goal from Duncan Gillett!

Good banter Deacs!! Think it was tiredness after all those saves!! At least I beat James Miller 3 - 0!!

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Bit harsh to blame the keeper Dave, it was just a quality finish!!! ;)

Great day, great weather, great 3rd goal, great to be involved. Thanks to Dave and Rich and all the folks at Carharrack for putting on such a great event. You can all be very proud!!

Lovely to see the MoM Jon Row being so modest when picking up his award...clapping himself! The man has no shame!! :yahoo: :clapper:

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Guest gunners

Cheers Gilo still have no idea why i claped myself mate i tried to pat myself on the back but couldnt reach.

Once again well done me. ha ha

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Guest The Patriot

To say i was outstripped was an understatment!! I blame Darren Buckley as i was marking JoJo :D

Great game and looking forward to the rematch next season :drink:

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great game enojoyed it alot glad i got my goal at the end aswell:)

same old liam patterson cant score the easy ones but will bang away the hard chances :clapper:

it was good to put some names to faces aswell:)

and one last thing jamie chown = genius!! :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

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congratulations to everyone involved on such a fantastic day, gutted to have missed it and to miss a gills goal, haven't seen many them!!!! just making myself available for selection next year, no coaching courses going on that i know about!!! :c::clapper: :drink:

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Good banter Deacs!! Think it was tiredness after all those saves!! At least I beat James Miller 3 - 0!!

Good effort Spides, Im just awaiting to give you a bad back again next season, Think that makes things about 6-3 in my favour now :thumbsup:

In all seriousness, great day and first time ive ever played at Carharrack and what a fantastic set up they have there, better than some western league set ups and certaintly better than a few of the dumps in the SWPL premier.

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and one last thing jamie chown = genius!!

THE Jamie Chown? Do tell why tms no9??!! :P

as jasa said at half time look like he had abit of fun ....... but his vocal support threw the hole game was amazing had me in stiches the hole way threw i personally cant belive he didnt get picked to play by his own brother :o:o only joking rich :clapper: :clapper:

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Thanks patriot!! yeh i was to blame for thet goal missed timed my header and i should have scored up the other end free header 10 yards out and put it over the bar. Great game with great players and a great time had by all apart from the mid day sun i'm burnt i don't know about the rest of you....

Well done to rich and deacs i'm up for it for next year we will beat deacs side next year there is the gauntlett deacs bring them on!!! he!he!

good report mike!

and well dine to jon defo man of the match closely followed by our keeper...

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Thanks Darren yeah im a bit burnt to mate. Chuffed to bits for receiving man of the match loved every minuet of it.

Mate that free header u had on the penalty spot bet u are still having nightmares about missing it. Good to see u there mate. May see u next year to rertain the cup.

Big up the Deacon massive.

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Well Lads i did treat you all to a special half time show for u all. I had a pinpoint cross and well i dispatched with ease. Alot of people made judgement on that goal to be honest i gave it my best and it paid off. And Mr.patterson thats charity atmosphere i was tryin to get going there but it seems i had no troops to back me up. But i had a wonderful day and an early nite lol bed was calling for me ..i had a few to many as my Dad kept saying. i was inpressed with everyones displays for such a worthy cause and was pleased to be a part of the celebration that went on during the day. i must say i thought spider was my motm sum cracking saves keepin my bros team in the game but well done to everyone..

LETS HOPE FOR MORE NEXT YEAR!!

PS. JUST INCASE .. MR RAPSEY MADE ANOTHER DOUBLE OR QUITS WITH ME ON THE CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FINAL HE IS BACKING UTD AND IM BACKIN BARCA. SO THIS IS NOW EITHER 80 WHOOOPING QUID TO ME OR QUITS LOL. THERE WERE MANY WITNESSES THERE SO LETS HOPE RAPPO LEARNS NOT 2 BET ANYMORE!

WELL DONE AND ALL THE BEST HOPE SEE YOU ALL AGEN SOON! :c::c::drink: :smiley20:

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Always pay me bets jamie,you left treliske and didnt see you for a year!!! if a miracle happens and utd lose!? i will give it to your dad thursday mate! :( well done Jon on the man of the match.glad i taught you everything as a wee lad growing up in Malabar bud!!! :thumbsup: also sorry to miss your goal Dunc! just left before it happened!!! im sure it was quality though. Well done to Rich and Dave,fantastic effort by everybody.hope a good few quid was raised for a great cause :clapper:

ps) Great report Mike! big future after you finish playing mate!!! :clapper:

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Guest Urban Spaceman

jamie c i heard u mite be attending st agnes's dinner and dance on saturday with ur eye on a forum member

jamie c i heard u mite be attending st agnes's dinner and dance on saturday with ur eye on a forum member

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Thanks Darren, thanks Rappo - really enjoyed it and Dave even let me have a few minutes on the pitch which I thought was generous seeing as I'd been drafted in for non-footballing reasons!

It was great to be involved in such a successful event and I hope that I can do my bit to support the mission to make the charity game an annual event.

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jamie c i heard u mite be attending st agnes's dinner and dance on saturday with ur eye on a forum member

jamie c i heard u mite be attending st agnes's dinner and dance on saturday with ur eye on a forum member

I believe she's got a new dress for the occasion Jamie *wink*

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Thanks Darren, thanks Rappo - really enjoyed it and Dave even let me have a few minutes on the pitch which I thought was generous seeing as I'd been drafted in for non-footballing reasons!

It was great to be involved in such a successful event and I hope that I can do my bit to support the mission to make the charity game an annual event.

your welcome mate have a good summer and best of luck next year mate at newquay i won't be playing combo next year to old for that now but i will be playing junior footie after playing against luke 23 years my junior i'm aching this morning. well done again to deacs side and to jon hopefully i will see you around you know where to find me Treasure Park!!!

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i believe these rumours 2 b false and incorrect due to i have my own dinner and dance 2 attend and i am friends with many people doesnt mean im in there does it lol.. so i would like 2 clarify these rumours are false . :SM_carton:

ok rappo no worries.. :smiley20:

common u barca!!

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Thanks Rappo all those years growing up in malabar mate having a kick around on the green or against the sub wall has payed off. Not forgetting learning it all at Trewyew Primary school

Big up the Malabar Boys

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Just to clarify, I'm not trying to block Rob in that picture, I had just won the ball. :thumbsup:

Also... lazy journalism! I hope they pay mike for using his report! Glad it got some coverage though, help to raise the profile for next year. :smiley20:

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Thanks Dave! I'll even play left midfield again for the second time in my life and I promise to keep my head down when Rich shouts 'substitution ref'! :unsure:

I'd prefer it if it was down to the fact that I had been scoring lots of goals (you never know), but at least I have 12 months to prepare for the next one, I'd be really grateful if Chris Breasley could play for Rich's team next time! :P

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