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Percy Stephens Cup

Madron 3-4 St Ives Town reserves

Hmm, interesting afternoon.

First of all, had trouble finding the ground, drove past the entrance in both directions before spotting it after checking with a local that I was in the right vicinity!

St Ives dominated the first half and went in 3-0 up, which annoyed their keeper as he was constantly demanding a 4-0 lead by the break,even when it was only 1-0.

Madron came in to it after the break, and scored two goals in a ten-minute spell midway through the half.

Then the "interesting" bits...

St Ives had a penalty after their number 10 was brought down right on the goal line - a needless foul as well as the ball was well on it's way out of play. Despite the protestations of the Madron 5, a spot kick was the correct decision and was duly converted for 4-2.

81 minutes, Madron broke forward. One of their players was flagged offside as the ball ran through to the keeper - ref shouted "advantage keeper" quite clearly as I heard it right at the other end of the ground. The keeper dropped the ball down to the ground and a St ives defender picked it up to place for a free-kick - Handball and a penalty for Madron. This too was scored to give us a frantic last few minutes.

What was not wanted was the scene just before the whistle. The ball had gone for a throw-in but the two number sixes had a clash which led to them both throwing punches at each other and a major brawl ensued. The two original protagonists were duly red-carded, and possibly one or two more were lucky not to follow them. The bad blood between the two continued as they were led away to the pavilion

The ref having sorted that out, re-started the match and then immediately blew the final whistle before any further argy-bargy could take place - sensible man.

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Portreath 3 trispen 2

Good game, bit boring at times, route 1 football played by both sides.

Trispen scored within 5 minutes from a corner, portreath pulled it back within ten minutes with a close finish from mushy.

Portreath scored a second before half time.

Second half was scrappy, route one football not like recent weeks, we got a 3rd with 15 minutes to go from top goal scorer glen Richards, Trispen scored with 5 minutes to go from a bullet header from graham hill and trispen decided to pin us back for the last 5.

Well done to trispen, cracking bunch, wish them all the best

Portreath gulls through to round 2, 4 wins in row now, good form.

Sennan next week, tough game but bring them on x

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St Buryan (prem) 5-2 Culdrose (div3)

Well contested game from the Airmen, gave a few sloppy goals away that put pressure on ourselves but played some decent football in between. Lots of strong challenges that the ref was far too old and too far away to spot. But hey that's Junior football. Culdrose goals came from Adam McMullen (pen) & Buffs on his full debut. St Buryan are a well organised team and have two very useful forwards.

Thanks for the Scran, best of luck for the next round.

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Lizard 2-3 Fal Athletic

AET, full time 2-2

Fal scorers: Ben Kellow, Mike Moore and Tim Hurrell

Very good game of football to play in, both sides playing some really good football for the duration of the game. half time was 1-0 to lizard so we came out and took the game to them, scoring the equaliser after 15 mins of the 2nd half, scoring another 5 minutes later to give us the lead. bit of confusion led to lizards equaliser, ref blew for what everybody thought was a penalty for us, but then gave a goal kick, a clever bit of thinking from the lizard keeper sent the ball up the pitch beating everbody for the striker to slot home with the last kick of the 90. we got our winner in the 2nd half of extra time and went on to take the win

A good win against a very good lizard side, but we put in the hard work and ground out another cup win against a higher league side, i think a draw would of been fair had this been a league game but someone had to win and our determination and hard work paid off

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St Agnes reserves 2 - 0 Hayle 3rds

A well contested battle throughout which Aggie shaded over the ninety minutes without getting out of 3rd gear.

Both goals came from Spencer Hassel, the first a penalty for handball and the second was a good finish into the roof of the net from 10 yards out.

Some glaring misses for Aggie have to be mentioned- Jake Hills blazing over the bar when well placed on 3 occasions, a goal line miss from Sam Conolly and the best of the lot was Rob Sweets attempted header from a yard out at the back post when the ball was only a foot in the air (his attempted overhead kick which ended up landing on his chest was also a personal highlight for me!).

Hayle played well and created a couple of decent chances but they were unable to beat the brick wall of big Graham Griffiths in the home goal. Good luck for the rest of the season lads you will surely compete well in div 3.

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TRELANDER (0) 1 ( 83?)

ST.DAY (1) 4 (Rapsey 26,78 Cole 63 Nouble 86

Agree with Rambo,we could have had 10 with some good chances going begging, good saves and the bloody crossbar! :angry2: Full credit to Trelander who made a real game of it for more than an hour. Good surface at Malpas, best its been for years i reckon. Brilliantly reffed by Colin Spence as usual :clapper:

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Pendeen 0-5 Goonhavern

Lewis Waters, Sam Mansfield, Ian Gosling, Martin Bennetts and Dan Rollerson with the goals. We also had 3 goals disallowed and missed a penalty. Don't want to take anything away from Pendeen though who managed to keep us at bay until roughly 55 minutes and had probably their only decent chance just after half time with the game still 0-0. Pitch could have done with a trim mind! Cheers for the grub in the pub after. Pendeen should do well in their league.

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Chacewater 5 Redruth Athletic 3 h/t 3-0

Athletic put in a spirited performance to hit and make it 3-1,4-2 and 4-3 before John Dunstan calmed the nerves in the 88th minute.

Kyle Chilman with a hat-trick for the visitors.

A great game in which Chacewater came out on top. 3-0 up at halftime after some well worked goals and excellent football. Second half didnt start so well with a dog on the pitch for about 5 minutes, After the game got going an incident in the corner between two players lead to one of the Chacewater lads being sent off. This turned the game as Redruth pulled two back in quick succession. Chacewater grabbed another goal from good work from Brendan Hitchens to set up sub Gavin Bennetts. Redruth never gave up and got another goal to get themselves back in the game again only for a late goal from John Dunstan after a mistake from the Reduth Keeper to make the score 5-3 and seal the win for the home team.

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Titans 1-1 Mawnan aet Mawnan won 3-1 on penalties.

Tight game. Titans had best of first half and Mawnan better team in second half.

Titans took lead in 2nd half but Mawnan equalised within 5 minutes.

Extra time a few chances for either side but not taken,

So to the penalty shoot out where Titans scored one, missed two and had one saved, whilst Mawnan scored the three they took.

Tough game and Titans lok a good side in what looks a tough Division 2 this year.

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st.keverne 0 constantine 2 (psc)

firstly,the game was poorly reffed.secondly,the linesman for constantine is the biggest cheat you will ever come across,should be banned from ever doing it again before he ruins anymore afternoons.thirdly,despite all this constantine deserved the win,were the better team for most the game.think they will prove a handfull for most teams they come across.

good luck for rest of comp,look forward to our two league meetings where we will give a better account of ourselves

also another 50+ attendance,cheers for the support guys

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Firstly id like to say i dont play for helston just a very old name and not sure how to change i, Unfortunately it's the same thing everytime with this linesman he's been at a few teams and he's always been the same (old man wears a cap) he linesmans week in week out and when he's needed he will oblige with a quick raise of the flag to some truly terrible decisions that he knows damn well are no were near offside. Constantine are a great team they really don't need this guy ruining it for them. Will be interesting to hear if any other teams have come across this linesman as I halve talked to a few people who have said he has been the same for many years

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Division 5

Mullion 1

Wendron 4ths 3

Keir dent with two for wendron and lee with a penalty inbetween dents goals. Great game, Mullion good footballing side but Wendron deserved the points.

Special mention for Geach who played his first game back for wendron in goal man of the match today. Wendron will hope to continue recent form and continue a challenge for the league this year

Chris wood with another two for Mawnan Great start for him, how many is he now on ?

WIth regards to the linesman is the one who was at Falmouth Athletic not so long ago?

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Trelawny League Div. 3

Holman SC Res 1 .v. Halsetown Res 2

Missed chances sums this game up for us. Halsetown scored through their 1st attack in the opening minute. Their pacey left winger was brought down in the box and the subsequent penalty dispatched to stand in 'keeper Neil Anthonys' right side. Not the start we ( or anyone! ) would like but it woke us up to the task in front of us against a well organised Halsetown side. This said, we went on to have a huge amount of possession and were rewarded when a ball into the box found Jaime Cooper with his back to goal and he managed to turn and fire home. Phil Greenlaw was causing the visiting team all sorts of problems with great movement and had a couple of efforts. Jaime Cooper hit the post and saw a header go just over as we put the pressure on. Halsetown dealt with all this and Dave Cooper done enough with a one on one situation to get his leg in on the Halsetown striker and put him off enough that his strike sailed over the bar. Second half was more even with defences on top and a lot of quality on show from both sides but we couldn't force the second goal. Halsetown grabbed the win when in the last minute Lee Norman worked some space for himself on the edge of the box and crossed to the back stick where their lad looped a header in. Gutted.

All the best to Halsetown FC for the season who will be a tough test for all sides in Div. 3.

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Good battle yesterday, and great result for tine Tennybean pretty much summed up the game. It's easy to attack our linesman when you lose, these guys do it in there own time to do us a favour so players don't have to do it, it was embarrassing the way your supporters were yesterday abusing the linesman, players and the referee, the language was awful even though there was plenty of children watching. The players for st keverne are a good bunch so this is no way aimed at the team, just the minority of supporters who follow them. Look forward to going down there again in the league!

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st.keverne 0 constantine 2 (psc)

firstly,the game was poorly reffed.secondly,the linesman for constantine is the biggest cheat you will ever come across,should be banned from ever doing it again before he ruins anymore afternoons.thirdly,despite all this constantine deserved the win,were the better team for most the game.think they will prove a handfull for most teams they come across.

good luck for rest of comp,look forward to our two league meetings where we will give a better account of ourselves

also another 50+ attendance,cheers for the support guys

Have to agree with you there, the constantine lino is a cheat! We had them last week was a good game other than the decision made by the ref because of the lino. We should have had a penalty which the ref gave after keeper took out our striker inside the box. The constantine players said is was outside the box so the ref asked the lino and he also said the same that it was outside. He was flag happy and made several bad decisions. Constantine are a good side but he helps them not conceeded so many goals for sure! We deserved atleast a point from our game but was undone because of this decision.

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I think no matter where you go, if an opposition member is running the line you are going to be up against it. Certain people are not bothered about putting the flag up every time the ball goes forward, personally id be embarrassed. Chasewater 2nd team lino yesterday was a little flag happy in the first half but youve just got

To get on with it and try an score so blatently onside that the ref knows your onside!

Good win for penryn 3rds yesterday. 8-0 im told. Onwards and upwards.

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It's only easy to attack a linesman when he is a blatant cheat as many teams have realised down the years and many more teams will realise this season it completely ruined a brilliant performance by tine yesterday who outclassed st keverne on the pitch but alls that will be talked about is the awful cheating by the lino, he was happy to flag everything going but then a blatant handball in the area right infront of his eyes was of course missed! And as for the supporters who are an amazing bunch no wonder they got frustrated as the decisions he was making wernt even close and the supporters were standing looking across the line watching him make these decisions, as you can see many people have had this Lino and had the same problem so he's screwed over enough teams it's time to stamp it out, also the tine manager running on the pitch and screaming and shouting at our players on more than one occasion also wasn't very sporting

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I think you will find he was only trying to protect his players from reckless challenges and stopping a punch up. Just remember the lino is only human after all and is bound to make mistakes. Your Lino was terrible 2nd half he just waited for the nod from your centre half and up his flag went, so technically your centre half was running the line. And for aj715 saying you deserved a point I don't think so as we should of put 6 past you first half so no u didn't deserve a point

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Aj was talking about the chacewater game so I have no idea, you can't defend him he's a known cheat this isn't the first game or team he's done this for so how can you sit and defend him? It must get embarrassing for your players surely cuz I certainly would! He's well known it's not a doubt it's a fact that he will put his flag up for anything and I'm sure will stop many perfectly good goal scoring opportunities. Tine are the favourites to win trelawney 2 they really don't need the extra help from the side

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Look no is doubting that constantine deserved the win(no points as a cup game) i stated that in my previous post. I am just pointing out that the lino was shocking. Unfortunatley the ref was not strong enough and that showed all over the pitch with both teams getting away with bad tackles etc. It is just a shame that it takes away from the win that your lads deserved. You can't have a go at the fans for being frustrated when cheating is occuring try telling then fans at old trafford not to give the lino abuse it is now part and parcel of a passionate game. The only negative about my post was towards the Lino not the club he is now attached too however you do get to decide who runs the line for you.

Bushy you stated you knew he cheated during the game and your were impressed that our lino told the truth in a corner/goal kick decision when the ref consulted him. I also know that people make mistakes you are right it is natural but to get it wrong more times than right is not.

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Storm 1 NNAFC 7 (Percy Stephens Cup)

A game Newlyn never looked like losing against a Storm side who have been severely depleted by most of their first team leaving. Storm did pose a few problems in the first half, hitting the woodwork twice but Newlyn went in 4-1 up at half time.

After the break the game was killed off after two fumbles from corners by the Storm keeper. Newlyn created several more chances but only scored their final goal towards the end of the match.

Thanks to Storm who never gave up, and good luck to them for the season ahead.

Had a great ref too, after last weeks shambles, not sure of his name.

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Illogan 3 - 1 Ludgvan (aet) (1-1 ft)

1st half was all Illogan and we should have killed the game off and been about 3 up but again we wasted some good chances, we did however go in 1-0 up at half time after a good finsh by Abbo. 2nd half Ludgvan came back into the game and started to play better while we lost our for way for a while resulting in an equaliser with about 15 minutes to go.

We started extra time much better after a bit of hair drier treatment from the manager and we immediately scored after a couple of minutes and then again 5 mins later effectively killing off the game.

Some good performances especially by the guys in the back again.

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Good battle yesterday, and great result for tine Tennybean pretty much summed up the game. It's easy to attack our linesman when you lose, these guys do it in there own time to do us a favour so players don't have to do it, it was embarrassing the way your supporters were yesterday abusing the linesman, players and the referee, the language was awful even though there was plenty of children watching. The players for st keverne are a good bunch so this is no way aimed at the team, just the minority of supporters who follow them. Look forward to going down there again in the league!

The fans of St Keverne were a hostile horrible abusive bunch?! Surely not Bushy, they've always been such a pleasant friendly bunch and never had a negative word about any opposition player. Especially anyone on the " large" side, ginger hair or even no hair. I think you must be mistaken.

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I watched this game and I don't think tine could of scored 6 in the first half in fact they were fortunate to be in the lead but there second goal was well worked and prob shaded the result but saints missed a couple of decent chances at important times that could of turned the game, Agree about the Lino ( shocking ) but we all knew he would be when he arrived as he is renown for it .

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Madron 3-4 St Ives Town reserves

Hmm, interesting afternoon.

First of all, had trouble finding the ground, drove past the entrance in both directions before spotting it after checking with a local that I was in the right vicinity!

St Ives dominated the first half and went in 3-0 up, which annoyed their keeper as he was constantly demanding a 4-0 lead by the break,even when it was only 1-0.

Madron came in to it after the break, and scored two goals in a ten-minute spell midway through the half.

Then the "interesting" bits...

St Ives had a penalty after their number 10 was brought down right on the goal line - a needless foul as well as the ball was well on it's way out of play. Despite the protestations of the Madron 5, a spot kick was the correct decision and was duly converted for 4-2.

81 minutes, Madron broke forward. One of their players was flagged offside as the ball ran through to the keeper - ref shouted "advantage keeper" quite clearly as I heard it right at the other end of the ground. The keeper dropped the ball down to the ground and a St ives defender picked it up to place for a free-kick - Handball and a penalty for Madron. This too was scored to give us a frantic last few minutes.

What was not wanted was the scene just before the whistle. The ball had gone for a throw-in but the two number sixes had a clash which led to them both throwing punches at each other and a major brawl ensued. The two original protagonists were duly red-carded, and possibly one or two more were lucky not to follow them. The bad blood between the two continued as they were led away to the pavilion

The ref having sorted that out, re-started the match and then immediately blew the final whistle before any further argy-bargy could take place - sensible man.

probably a fair summing up , just about, very good game up until that nasty incident towards the end that stemmed from something out of nothing really. why the st ives lad had to get involved after 1 of his mates took a fairly ordinary challenge i dont know!!!!!!!.

best of luck to st.ives for the rest of the season they look a half decent side played some good passing football at times.

finally must give the ref a bit of credit on 2 fronts, probably stopped the game at the right time but also handled the fracus pretty well , could have sent off 5 or 6 really but did the sensible thing.....eventually.

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Illogan 3 - 1 Ludgvan (aet) (1-1 ft)

1st half was all Illogan and we should have killed the game off and been about 3 up but again we wasted some good chances, we did however go in 1-0 up at half time after a good finsh by Abbo. 2nd half Ludgvan came back into the game and started to play better while we lost our for way for a while resulting in an equaliser with about 15 minutes to go.

We started extra time much better after a bit of hair drier treatment from the manager and we immediately scored after a couple of minutes and then again 5 mins later effectively killing off the game.

Some good performances especially by the guys in the back again.

agree gee we did play well at back we where under a lot of pressure sat in second half and i thought dazza wa outstanding some last minute tackles goin in and i was absolutley knackered with all the runs i made saturday lol glad i set second goal up before goin off with cramp its the old legs lol

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I watched this game and I don't think tine could of scored 6 in the first half in fact they were fortunate to be in the lead but there second goal was well worked and prob shaded the result but saints missed a couple of decent chances at important times that could of turned the game, Agree about the Lino ( shocking ) but we all knew he would be when he arrived as he is renown for it .

If you read my post properly I didn't say we should of scored 6 on Saturday it was for aj715 who said they deserved a point the week before, who plays for chacewater.

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Trelawny League Div. 3

Holman SC Res 1 .v. Halsetown Res 2

Missed chances sums this game up for us. Halsetown scored through their 1st attack in the opening minute. Their pacey left winger was brought down in the box and the subsequent penalty dispatched to stand in 'keeper Neil Anthonys' right side. Not the start we ( or anyone! ) would like but it woke us up to the task in front of us against a well organised Halsetown side. This said, we went on to have a huge amount of possession and were rewarded when a ball into the box found Jaime Cooper with his back to goal and he managed to turn and fire home. Phil Greenlaw was causing the visiting team all sorts of problems with great movement and had a couple of efforts. Jaime Cooper hit the post and saw a header go just over as we put the pressure on. Halsetown dealt with all this and Dave Cooper done enough with a one on one situation to get his leg in on the Halsetown striker and put him off enough that his strike sailed over the bar. Second half was more even with defences on top and a lot of quality on show from both sides but we couldn't force the second goal. Halsetown grabbed the win when in the last minute Lee Norman worked some space for himself on the edge of the box and crossed to the back stick where their lad looped a header in. Gutted.

All the best to Halsetown FC for the season who will be a tough test for all sides in Div. 3.

A good competetive game nice too finally get a penalty and in the first minute, but some pretty dire defending by us to concede a sloppy goal, holmans must be pretty gutted too have lost draw would have been fair result, but these things tend too even out, good luck rest of season.

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I love that 4 or 5 people no about this linesman already haha

when i read the 1st comment about this lino i had an idea who it was aswell.

he use to run the line sometimes for falmouth athletic and i think sometimes for falmouth town 3rds.

absolute pain in the ass if you have to play against it. he should be banned from doin it, and bushy you know this man

is a cheat you cant defend it you would be 1st to complain if it happend to your team.

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