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Holman SC 0-5 RNAS Culdrose (Luke Elston 2, Jack Valentine, Mike Umney, Paul Currie)

Att: 20

Mullion (Rob Carey) 1-0 St Ives Town

Att: 20

Newquay Reserves (Christian Letts 2, Matt Davies) 3-2 St Just (Darren Steadman, Jon Bird)

Att: 36

Penryn Athletic Reserves (Jason Roberts 2, Dave Broglino 2, Rob Wearne, Stephan Churcher) 6-0 Ludgvan

Att: 82

Penzance Reserves (Max Davies, Ross Badcock, Ashley Thomas) 3-2 Hayle Reserves (Matt Thomas 2)

Att: 56

Porthleven Reserves (Steve Williams, Dan Stidwell) 2-4 Helston Athletic (Neil Southall, Reg Pearson, Jordan Adlard, OG)

Att: 50

Portreath 0-17 Illogan RBL (Ben Widdershoven 6, Phil Willey 3, Jason Roberts 2, Andy Cowper 2, Rob Bray, Craig Williams, Paul Wolstencroft, Luke Abbot Smith)

Att: 21

St.Agnes (Sam Hatfield) 1-1 Perranwell (Frazer Cadman)

Att: 75

St Day (Adam Nucifero, OG) 2-3 Troon (Shane Richards 2, Matt Witts)

Att: 42

PLEASE POST SCORERS AND ATTENDENCES!! THANKS!! :thumbsup:

TEAM PL W D L F A GD PTS

PENRYN ATHLETIC RESERVES 34 24 10 0 113 23 90 82

ILLOGAN RBL 29 24 2 3 110 19 91 74

PERRANWELL 30 21 7 2 78 22 56 70

ST DAY 33 20 2 11 109 60 49 62

NEWQUAY RESERVES 35 19 4 12 87 55 32 61

HELSTON ATHLETIC 30 19 1 10 111 43 68 58

TROON 34 17 7 10 85 48 37 58

ST JUST 30 17 4 9 88 43 45 55

FALMOUTH TOWN RESERVES 31 17 4 10 79 54 25 55

PENZANCE RESERVES 33 16 3 14 78 70 8 51

ST AGNES 29 14 5 10 86 51 35 47

MULLION 33 13 5 15 56 71 -15 44

RNAS CULDROSE 27 12 1 13 53 53 0 40

PORTHLEVEN RESERVES 34 12 5 17 56 87 -31 38*

ST IVES TOWN 32 11 3 18 55 72 -17 36

HAYLE RESERVES 31 10 4 17 60 60 0 31*

HOLMAN SC 34 7 2 25 46 104 -58 23

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

LUDGVAN 33 2 3 28 33 153 -120 9

PORTREATH 32 0 0 32 22 243 -221 0

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Newquay Reserves 3 v 2 St Just Att 36 (5 from St Just)

1-0, 1-1, 1-2 HT, 2-2 3-2 FT.

A fiesty match, a few sore ankles in the morning and a cracking goal from the St Just No 7. The Rod Beer fan club flag will be travelling back down west to its spiritual home.

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St Agnes 1 (Sam Hatfield) V Perranwell 1 (Sorry don't know who scored the Penalty for Perranwell)

Attendance - 75

Good point for St Agnes and lovely to entertain Fish as always - thanks to 'The Twins' for helping eat up the food!

I was told they boys had dustbins for legs. Don't stop eating! Only reason they play football is for the after match grub!

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St Agnes 1 (Sam Hatfield) V Perranwell 1 (Sorry don't know who scored the Penalty for Perranwell)

Attendance - 75

Good point for St Agnes and lovely to entertain Fish as always - thanks to 'The Twins' for helping eat up the food!

I was told they boys had dustbins for legs. Don't stop eating! Only reason they play football is for the after match grub!

Idon,t think aggiemaid was being funny to the twins so why do you have to be CTB.

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we should have beat Perranwell, Willo was in outstanding form in goal and saved a penalty from Tom Benney!

We should have had 4 in the first half!!

Willo did make some good saves but like i said 1st half should have put it beyond doubt!!

And yes i do agree we have the best keeper in the league! but we do lack a natural goalscorer!!

I would have had a brace at least if i was on there ( albeit 15 years ago) :c:

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St Agnes 1 (Sam Hatfield) V Perranwell 1 (Sorry don't know who scored the Penalty for Perranwell)

Attendance - 75

Good point for St Agnes and lovely to entertain Fish as always - thanks to 'The Twins' for helping eat up the food!

hey! no probs!! :thumbsup:

St Agnes 1 (Sam Hatfield) V Perranwell 1 (Sorry don't know who scored the Penalty for Perranwell)

Attendance - 75

Good point for St Agnes and lovely to entertain Fish as always - thanks to 'The Twins' for helping eat up the food!

I was told they boys had dustbins for legs. Don't stop eating! Only reason they play football is for the after match grub!

:lol: , i think after all the running we do from box to box we need all the food we can get! plus, it was more tactical this time as we knew tesco's was shut so would have struggled to get anything nice plus we saved having to cook a big meal... mananged to get to spar in time to grab a quick yogurt and cereal bar tho.. :P

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Newquay 3 - 2 St Just

Newquay edged an excellent battle at Mount Wise this evening after coming from a goal down at half-time. Christian Lett opened the scoring with an excellent finish from the edge of the area, dipping a volley past Curnow in the St Just goal. St Just made an excellent first half fightback when Darren Steadman turned his defender on the edge of the box to tee up a left foot shot that skidded past Holland at his near post. Jon Bird scored the goal of the game when he collected the ball nearly thirty yards from goal and hit an unstoppable shot into the top corner with Holland helpless. Neil Curnow almost did the same just before half-time but Holland made an excellent save to deny a third.

Matt Davis equalised in bizarre circumstances early in the second half, Lewis Burgin won a free kick and Davis curled a low shot around the wall, only for Curnow to palm the ball against the post, with top-spin carrying the ball away from goal and then into the far corner on the opposite side. From there on in, Newquay looked most likely to win the game with Steadman and the St Just attack absent. Christian Lett duly obliged, collecting a long throw from Jamie Tipton, nicking a neat finish over Curnow for a well worked Newquay goal.

Man of the match - Dan Carne, another outstanding attacking performance and at times St Just players were unable to get the ball from the excellent young player.

Rod Beer may not have been there in body, but he certainly was there in spirit!

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Guest CONFLICTO

Heard a certain team that won tonight were silly enough to play a player under a false name when 2 of the opposing teams players know him and go to college with him.

What will happen now?

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Holmans 0-5 Culdrose

Att 20

Holmans poor recent run of form continues with some poor defending that allowed Culdrose to take a 3 goal lead through Jack Valentine and 2 goals from Luke Elston in the first 20min. Holmans continue to struggle in front of goal and worryingly have not scored in 3 games. 2 further goals in the first half gave the servicemen an unassailable 5 goal lead. The home side encouragingly managed to prevent any further scoreline in the 2nd half but will need to find their goalscoring boots if they hope to gain any more points this season!

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ST Day 2 Troon 3

Troon continued to raise a few eyebrows in thier first season in the combination by defeating promotion chasing ST Day 3-2 after a closly fought game, on a pitch was as good as i've seen it down there for quite sometime!

ST Day seemed to be missing a few regulars from thier squad, Winno starting himself in the net to leave Buckley on the bench as a outfield player to inhance the ability of the bench, Troon also had a few regulars out, however this did not stop both teams playing some good football from the start. Just a quick thank you to ST Day's Physio who came on and helped out Vic reeves after he took a nasty blow to his head after 5 mins which saw him subbed and Richard Carroll came on to replace him, he has since pulled more birds than ever as it has strangley improved his looks....! he's all good though. Troon took the lead after 10mins when a good ball over the very high line of ST Day found Shane Richards, who ran onto the ball and after getting it under control on the bobbley pitch made no mistake and smashed the ball past winno to make it 1-0. ST Day had a chance when thier left winger ran through one on one but he failed to compose himself and lashed at the ball only to see it go high and wide. Troons "stand in" keeper, i quoted that, because if anyone from another club was there watching they'd not known he was not a keeper as he was outstanding all night! anyway, he made a good save from Brian hawke who had a shot from all of 25 yards, tipped around the post by Nicky Richards. Troon made it 2-0 it almost identical fashion , a threaded ball for Shaners to run onto, and again smash it past the home keeper to make it 2-0 HT.

ST Day received "a right good bollocking" as one of the ST Day supporters heard from thier management at half time, Winno subbed himself for Buckley and they seemed to be going for sh*t or bust in the second half, fair play to them! Troon grabbed thier 3rd when a danny bell free kick was met by the versatile Matt witts to make it 3-0 when he headed past the sub keeper. This seemed to spur ST Day on, and they were pushing for thier first goal more than ever. They got a corner on the 70 min ish, and that was met by Pullen who headed it back towards the goal, and after a bit of a scramble it was hit home by Nucifero to make it 3-1. ST Day were again pushing and another corner found Pullen yet again who headed it back into the danger area, only for Shane Richards to knee it into his own net to make it 3-2! deadly inside any 6 yard box might i add! Troon did not sit back and await the ST Day attack, they had chances of thier own upfront, buckley making a superb save from point blank range from richards, and danny bell hit the post direct from a corner! ST Day pushed for thier equaliser, and pullen had a header which was going into the top corner tipped over by the diving Nicky Richards to save Troons skin! but ST Day could not break down Troons defence in which Beefy was his usual reliable self at the centre of defence, alongside Tom Hogarth who was also superb, crunching Hawke in a 50-50 in the first 20 mins which set the tone for the game, and continued to show that Troons spirit may get them a top 10 finsih in what is to prove to be a great start to their first season back in senior football for some time.

Ref watch:- not sure of his name, but had a good game, kept up with play and was consistant for both teams, and had chat with almost every player after each decision to explain what he had given and why, which is always a good sign.

Man of the match.....cant split the brothers apart, Shane Richards continued to show he is one of the best strikers in the league, and Nicky made some superb saves throughout the game, most memorible one from Pullen at 3-2 which was flying in the top corner and got his fingers to it to tip it around the post.

Good luck to ST Day and Winno in their bid to gain promotion into the SWPL from all at Troon AFC.

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Troon took the lead after 10mins when a good ball over the very high line of ST Day found Shane Richards

Was that cos he was offside? ;) It was a good game for the neutral - hope your guy's eye's OK, it looked pretty bad.

ha granted he was offside alot, but it was a risky game st day were playing with that high a line, and then troon broke the trap twice, and bang, x 2 goals from shaners! good game, and yeah vic is ok this morning, he went to hospital last night and got it sorted.

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Portreath 0 - 17 Illogan

Well its great the boys have boosted their goal difference but that is just shocking no side should ever beat another side in the combo by double figures even on the worst of days let alone 17 it makes a joke of the league.

And shoven with a double hatrick awesome!! he normally plays right back so cant wait to get the low down on that.

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Holmans 0-5 Culdrose

Att 20

Holmans poor recent run of form continues with some poor defending that allowed Culdrose to take a 3 goal lead through Jack Valentine and 2 goals from Luke Elston in the first 20min. Holmans continue to struggle in front of goal and worryingly have not scored in 3 games. 2 further goals in the first half gave the servicemen an unassailable 5 goal lead. The home side encouragingly managed to prevent any further scoreline in the 2nd half but will need to find their goalscoring boots if they hope to gain any more points this season!

The two other scorers for Culdrose were Mike "pokey session" Umney and Paul Currie

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