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Can you post your scores, goal scorers and attendance on this thread please and if possible fill in the missing details from previous games.

Thanks

SATURDAY 24TH APRIL

Helston Athletic (Reg Pearson 2, Neil Southall) 3-1 Troon (OG)

Att - 20

Ludgvan 0-7 St Agnes (Tom Benney 4, Dan O'Toole 2, Rid Purnell)

Att - 30

Mullion (Jason Robertson) 1-0 Hayle Reserves

Att - 35

Newquay Reserves (Jamie Tipton 2, Ren Hill) 3-0 Holman SC

Att - 30

Penzance Reserves 0-3 Penryn Athletic Reserves (Rob Warne, Matthew Potts, James Daniel)

Att - 42

RNAS Culdrose 0-2 Perranwell (Sam Phillips, Tom Phillips)

Att - 20

St Day 0-3 Illogan RBL (Simon Ellis 2, Phil Willey)

Att - 68

Missing details below

THURSDAY 22TH APRIL

Mullion (Sean Mills) 1-2 RNAS Culdrose (Luke Helestone, Stephen Hughes)

Att - 35

St Day 0-3 St Just (Darren Steadman 2, Shaun Sweeney)

Att - 37

Tuesday 20TH APRIL

Falmouth Town Reserves (Chris Pellow 2, Luke Appleton) 3-1 Helston Athletic (Neil Southall)

Att - 40

Holman SC 0-4 Hayle Reserves (Matt Thomas 2, Elliot Harris 2)

Att - 30

Ludgvan (Mike Cruse 3, ???) 5-1 Portreath (Paul Billings)

Att - 35

Newquay Reserves (Jamie Tipton, Sean Barker) 2-2 Troon (Shane Richards 2)

Att - 27

Penzance Reserves 0-3 St Ives Town (Jak Hughes, Chris Lock, Ross Duncan)

Att - 63

Perranwell (Carl Paperone, Tom Hardwick, Luke Brabyn, Joe Cooper) 4-1 Porthleven Reserves (???)

Att - 45

RNAS Culdrose 0-1 Wendron CC United (Rob Dunn)

Att - 20

St Agnes 0-3 Illogan RBL (Danny Williams, Andy Cowper, Paul Wolstencroft)

Att - 45

St Day (Dominic Pullen) 1-2 Penryn Athletic Reserves (Dan Richardson, Stephan Churcher)

Att - 80

Tuesday 13th April

Ludgvan (???) 2-7 Illogan RBL (Paul Wolstencroft 2, Danny Williams, Luke Abbott-Smith, Andy Cowper, Simon Ellis, Jason Roberts)

Att - 40

TEAM PL W D L F A GD PTS

PENRYN ATHLETIC RESERVES 33 23 10 0 107 23 84 79

ILLOGAN RBL 28 23 2 3 93 19 74 71

PERRANWELL 29 21 6 2 77 21 56 69

ST DAY 32 20 2 10 107 57 50 62

NEWQUAY RESERVES 34 18 4 12 84 53 31 58

HELSTON ATHLETIC 29 18 1 10 107 41 66 55

ST JUST 29 17 4 8 86 40 46 55

TROON 33 16 7 10 82 46 36 55

FALMOUTH TOWN RESERVES 31 17 4 10 79 54 25 55

PENZANCE RESERVES 32 15 3 14 75 68 7 48

ST AGNES 28 14 4 10 85 50 35 46

MULLION 32 12 5 15 55 71 -16 41

PORTHLEVEN RESERVES 33 12 5 16 54 83 -29 38*

RNAS CULDROSE 26 11 1 13 48 53 -5 37

ST IVES TOWN 31 11 3 17 55 71 -16 36

HAYLE RESERVES 30 10 4 16 58 57 1 31*

HOLMAN SC 33 7 2 24 46 99 -53 23

WENDRON CC UNITED 32 4 4 24 52 126 -74 16

LUDGVAN 32 2 3 27 33 147 -114 9

PORTREATH 31 0 0 31 22 226 -204 0

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Newquay 3 - 0 Holmans

Newquay welcomed back veteran defender Martin Atkinson amongst a host of other former club favourites due to absences and illness that have cost the club a number of points during recent weeks. Unrecognisable from the team that last won at home against Penzance five games ago, Atkinson returned for his twelfth consecutive season at the club, offering an amazing win ratio when wearing the Newquay shirt. Thankfully Atkinson's presence was enough to bolster a Newquay side that saw their average age increase by over five years with the inclusion of Holland, Rabone, Darwent, Butterley and Hill.

Despite Holmans having a presentable chance early on, Newquay had a host of chances in the first half and failed to convert until late on. With top goalscorers Rabone Jnr, Lett and Barker all absent, Newquay's patched together strike force of Rabone and Hill worked with the midfield to carve out options that did not materialise into a clear goal scoring opportunity. The game may have changed when Rabone broke free of the last defender, only to be pulled back on the edge of the box. The free kick was awarded and, continuing a long-standing debate on the Cornish Soccer Forum, no further action taken. Much to the delight of the Newquay players, late in the first half Jay Tipton rose above the Holmans goalkeeper to head home for the second game in a row, giving Newquay a deserved lead at half-time.

In truth, the second half was the same as the first - poor. Whilst the pitch was hard and the bounce unforgiving, the quality was substandard and Newquay created a volume of chances that were not taken. Atkinson joined the affray and rolled back the years with an outstanding first touch to maintain possession and set up another counter attack. Yet again Billy Holland in the Newquay goal had a big say in the final outcome, despite being largely untested throughout, making a stunning reaction save from point blank range to deny a clear goalscoring opportunity with five minutes remaining. Newquay were forced into action and a great run by striker Hill, who had worked tirelessly all game, resulted in a free kick on the edge of the box that Jay Tipton rifled in at 5mph under the body of the goalkeeper. The Holmans team dropped their tempo and a through ball from Lewis Burgin, who had an excellent game in midfield, found Michael Rabone who pulled the ball back to Ren Hill to bundle home a third.

Newquay have two home and two away games remaining to see out their season.

Attendance - 30

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luke didnt set up tom for the 2nd goal it was me.

:wacko:

Which one are you? <_<

tom couldnt set up tom so im sam lol

I watch them every week and i can,t tell the difference between them ,other than 1 wears no 16 on his shirt and the other wears no 17. It was good to see them both on the score sheet yesterday.

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luke didnt set up tom for the 2nd goal it was me.

:wacko:

Which one are you? <_<

tom couldnt set up tom so im sam lol

I watch them every week and i can,t tell the difference between them ,other than 1 wears no 16 on his shirt and the other wears no 17. It was good to see them both on the score sheet yesterday.

we have to see who you are! will you be at st agnes?

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