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Midweek matches this evening with various kich-off times, either 6:15 or 6:30pm

Can you post your results, scorers and attendances on this thread please.

Helston Athletic (Aaron Collick, Mark Goldsworthy) 2-1 Ludgvan (Simon James)

Att - 30

Illogan RBL (Dan Bowman 2, Danny Williams 2) 4-0 Penzance Reserves

Att - 56

Mullion 0-6 St Day (Duane Britton 2, Reg Pearson 2, Andy Mile, Colin Kettle)

Att - 34

Pendeen Rovers (Wade Brown, Ashley Gray, Andy Annis, Rikki Smith, Tom Ramsey, Glen Carew) 6-1 Hayle Reserves (???)

Att - 50

Penryn Athletic Reserves 0-1 Perranwell (Dominic Pullen)

Att - 55

Porthleven Reserves (Gary Richards) 1-0 St Ives Town

Att - 30

St Agnes (Tom Benney 3, Mike Burn, Sam Hatfield, Alec Penrose, Matt Baxter) 7-1 Holman SC (Lee Burns)

Att - 55

Troon (Jamie Marles) 1-4 St Just (Tom Mannering 2, Darren Steadman 2)

Att - 20

Wendron United (Mike O'Neill 2, Rob Dunne) 3-6 Falmouth Town Reserves (Jake Harvey 2, Steve Winnan 2, Bobby Bryant, Jamie Webb)

Att - 40

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Guest wacko jnr

we played well nice to see young danny bowman having another two goals to his name. shame about the penzance supporters. not a polite bunch.

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The bugger good header as well I got a hand to it but couldnt keep it out. Top player and I'm sure he will haunt a few managers over the season. Not the best game in my eyes 2 good teams with Penryn rebuilding Im sure they will both be right up there this year

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St Agnes 7 - 1 Holmans

Tom Benney 3

Mike Burn

Sam Hatfield

Alec Penrose

Matt Baxter

Lee Burns for Holmans

Not as easy as it turned out to be really, first half, we scored 2 in a minute, Holmans should have had a penalty,

and they're certainly not as bad as the scoreline suggests. Still, we're off the mark with 3 points!

A minute silence also immaculately observed by both teams following the loss of long time supporter and committee member Sylvia Chapman

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Actually there were about 55 watching at St Agnes - as Darren mentioned a minutes silence was observed for life long supporter/committee member/ ladies team member and friend Sylvia Chapman who sadly passed away on Saturday aged 50 years.

Sylvia and her husband Henry are stalwarts of our club and she will be hugely missed by us all!

Sylvia will start her final journey from Enys Parc on Wednesday to the Methodist Chapel at St Agnes for an 11am service followed by an internment at the St Agnes Cemetery.

Friends and supporters are invited to wear bright colours/Man United shirts or St Agnes AFC tops!

Bearers from St Agnes AFC will escort Sylvia along her way and everyone who knew and loved Sylvia is welcome to wave her off from Enys Parc at 10.30am or to join us for a Cornish Buffet hosted by the club at Enys Parc following the service.

God bless Sylvia - we will all miss you and thank you for your amazing support, friendship and contribution!

Mandy - Chairman St Agnes AFC

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Helston 2 - 1 Ludgvan

Aaron collick

Mark Goldsworthy

Doubious Pen for Ludgvan..

Helston missing about 10-15 scoring chances

Frustrating second half to watch BUT 3 PTS IS STILL 3 PTS

Att - 30

Helston 2 - 1 Ludgvan

Ludgvan scorer Simon James(pen)

We worked tremendously hard against a quality Helston side tonight who to be fair played us off the pitch and missed a hatful of chances.But credit where it's due,we never gave up and put up a fight for the full ninety.We know we're not the best side in the world but we have a great team spirit and hopefully that can carry us through the season.

All the best to Helston for the season ahead,good bunch of lads and led superbly by their skipper in the middle of the park,must be one of the best play makers in the league.

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St Agnes 7 - 1 Holmans

Tom Benney 3

Mike Burn

Sam Hatfield

Alec Penrose

Matt Baxter

Lee Burns for Holmans

Not as easy as it turned out to be really, first half, we scored 2 in a minute, Holmans should have had a penalty,

and they're certainly not as bad as the scoreline suggests. Still, we're off the mark with 3 points!

A minute silence also immaculately observed by both teams following the loss of long time supporter and committee member Sylvia Chapman

It was all going well for the first 30min!!!!

3 goals in 12 min put St Agnes into a commanding position although Holmans had 2 great chances before that which saw some great reaction saves from the impressive St agnes keeper. At the other end Adam Batchelor had put his dissapointment of Saturday behind him to pull off some good quality saves against a lively St Agnes front line :clapper: and then right before half time a Lee Byrne goal gave Holmans a glimmer of hope.

HT 3-1

A 4th goal in the 60th minute effectivley ended the game as a contest. :angry: Holmans tried to attack and reduce the scoreline and were punished for commiting players forward and as always Tom Benny was a menace upfront scoring a hat trick for St Agnes

Things not going to plan for the Blaythorne side and could maybe do with a bit of luck to get their season underway you know it's not your day when a blatant penalty isn't given and even worse when a good powerful clearance hits an attacker on the backside on the edge of the area which hits the back of the net :wacko: :wacko:

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Penryn wouldnt have lost if dinch was playing!!! Dom pullen wouldnt have a sniff with dinch marking him.

What r u saying!!! Penryn are a i man defence, not sure dinch would of made a difference for the headed goal tha domo scored but he was sorely missed for penryn. :wacko: :blink:

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I saw a St Just player earlier this morning and i'm sure he said the final score was Troon 1- St Just 4

Yep, you're right Crystal.

Scorers for St Just - Tom Mannering 2, Darren Steadman 2.

Jamie Marles scoring a penalty for Troon.

Attendance - probably about 20.

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Big thanks to Jamie Gray for lending me his gloves last minute, much appreciated! Shame people at Wendron were very unsporting and gave him a bollocking for it and for having the cheek to say hello to us Falmouth folk, how very dare you Jamie! Game played in good spirits with Town completely dominating the opening 20 mins then paying some of the worst stuff Ive ever seen for the remainder of the half to see the lead disappear into a 3-1 deficit. Second half we completely outplayed Wendron, any threats being dealt with by the away keeper :thumbsup: while the rest of the team banged the goals in to complete a comfortable victory, eventually.

Chin up Mr Dunn, you got shut out by an overweight injured midfielder who hasnt kicked a ball since April, best save the chirping until 90minutes played not 45 in future!! :yahoo::smiley20:

Thanks again Jamie and all the best to the Wendron boys for the season!!

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