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Yeah should be a good one - will be doing live updates for those that can't make it. But would advise going to Gala Parc for the match should be plenty of goals in it.


both teams hit with injury problems prior to the match



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Full line ups:

Mawnan: Adrian Noot, Dan Buckingham, Ross Stevens, Chris Dash, Damien Stevens, Kevin Morris, Adrian Harris, Rob Eccleston, Gregg Renfree, Duncan Ayres, Paul Smith. Subs: Oli Miller, Shaun Rickard, Sam Williams, Jamie Head, Lewis Johnson.

St Buryan: N Stephens, Tristan Nankervis, Liam Hall, Gareth May, Marc Rebeiro, Anthony Roberts, Paul Waters, Mark George, Gavin Edwards, Kyle Rees, Justin Stephens. Subs: Stuart Matthews, Tom Wilson, Nicholas George, Ian Tucker, Joss Sullivan Norcliff.

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sorry to anybody who tried to follow the game through live updates. Mobile internet didn't seem to want to work after 36 minutes. Didn't miss any of the goals though.

Mawnan had chances to draw level in the second half best coming from a 3 on three situation with 10 minutes left when Shaun Rickard shot wide. St Buryan also had their chances on the counter-attack as well.

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Well done to Buryan for putting the effort in tonight, quality football played despite several players carrying knocks or coming back from injury. Mawnan played well but for sure Buryan had the upper hand and rightly so got the result. Get in there you Blues!!!!! :yahoo::clapper::yahoo::clapper: :drink:

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The second half went a bit like this:

The second half saw Mawnan start brightly, with Kevin Morris hitting a shot from outside the area that Neil Stephens spilled.

Damien Stevens almost got on the end of the rebound, but the keeper recovered.

Gregg Renfree then tried an overhead kick, before Buryan's Gavin Edwards sent in a shot from inside the area that Adrian Noot got a hand to. The ball then trickled acros the six yard line and out of play with two Buryan attackers unable to make up the ground for a simple tap in.

Substitute Shaun Rickard then blasted a good Mawnan chance wide as they broke in a three-on-three move. He hit the shot first time when taking a touch and playing in one of his strike partners might have been the better option. Damien Stevens was then inches away from connecting with a low cross to the corner of the six yard box. Had he got a touch it would have seriously tested the Buryan keeper.

Edwards then had a great chance to put his side 3-1 up but fired straight at Adrian Noot from eight yards out, allowing the keeper to block the shot with his feet. In stoppage time Mawnan's Rob Eccleston headed over an Oli Miller cross.

Thought Buryan were worthy winners although the match was very closely contested

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Congratulations to St Buryan unfortunately I didn't get to the game, but well done to Ian and Mark and the lads down west, a special day lies in front of you on Easter Monday, im sure you will enjoy it, lets hope you can bring the cup home.

Unfortunate for Greg and his troops and im sure they are waking up feeling gutted, I have been thier and it's not a great feeling, but they do have the comfort of winning and making the finals on several occassions over the past few years.

Looks like Looe and Lanreath will be tough opposition would should make a good competitive final.

Well Done lads


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Well done to Ian and his lads down West.

Best of luck on Easter Monday.

Having being lucky enough to be in the St Buryan side of the 79/80 season.that also reached the junior cup final at bodmin....losing 2-0 to EYC Utd (30 years ago how time fly's)i would like to congratulate the team and hope they go one better and win the trophy...wonder where are they now team of 79/80 are....good luck in your final.

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