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MPAD UTD V Malabar - OFF

Just had a call from Malabar to say they are unable to raise a team.

Gutted as I was looking forward to run around in the sunshine.

Again sorry for that dude. I was looking forward to a morning of football specially as half my team didnt play yesterday. Gutted no one could be bothered to play. Story of Malabar This year. Not enough players out there this seson that want a kick about on a sunday morning. Too many lazy sods about!!!

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Troon 8 Camborne Park 2

Troon were at near full strength for this local derby against Camborne Park despite being without former fans favourite Dave Rowe.

It was a fairly even first 10 minutes before Pete Norfolk lashed home a 30 yarder for Camborne Park to give them the lead. Troon didn't let their heads drop and Steve Retchford and player/manager Jody Marles started to control the game from the middle of the park; Marles had already shown great determination and courage to play through the pain barrier despite receiving the world's smallest cut when removing a ring from his finger.

It wasn't long before Troon equalised when a great cross from Retchford was bundled home from close range by Louis Suarez Jenkin Goss; although TV replay's may mean that the West Cornwall Sunday League dubious goals committee may take the goal from Goss and credit the goal to an OG as a Park defender may have had the last touch.

Goss who has earlier headed just over from a corner then bagged Troon's 2nd when he latched onto a bad back pass and side footed past the stranded Park goalkeeper. Dan Oliver's smart turn and neat finish on 30 minutes gave Troon breathing space but Park still kept going and Troon were thankful to fulltime alcoholic Greg Manley Wells for a brilliant save from a volley following a corner just before half time; Wells then almost scored when his huge kick deceived the Park goalkeeper before the ball was scrambled off the line from a defender.

Troon knew that the next goal was going to be crucial when the second half started and within the first minute of the half that man Goss stabbed home a lose ball from close range to grab the most unlikely of hattricks (10,000-1 with SkyBet before kick off). The Troon FC megastore is now expecting a surge of Goss number 7 shirts to be sold to the new fan's favourite.

Jason Phillips's sharp turn and finish soon made it 5-1 before skipper Alastair Woodman ghosted in unmarked at the back post from a Oliver corner to head home with a rare goal to make it 6-1. Troon were playing with lots of confidence at this stage and Retchford's diving header from Oliver's near post centre soon made it 7.

Park kept going and hit a post and Wells made 2 or 3 decent saves before Sam Mayou raced clear and lashed the ball into the far top corner for number 8. Camborne Park then bagged a late consolation when Norfolk raced clear and rounded Wells to walk the ball into an empty net. Troon could have reached double figures as they missed a few clear cut chances late on with Oliver and Retchford both blazing over when well placed.

All in all a very enjoyable game; credit to Camborne Park who kept going in the 2nd half despite the result effectively settled.

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Troon 8 Camborne Park 2

Troon were at near full strength for this local derby against Camborne Park despite being without former fans favourite Dave Rowe.

It was a fairly even first 10 minutes before Pete Norfolk lashed home a 30 yarder for Camborne Park to give them the lead. Troon didn't let their heads drop and Steve Retchford and player/manager Jody Marles started to control the game from the middle of the park; Marles had already shown great determination and courage to play through the pain barrier despite receiving the world's smallest cut when removing a ring from his finger.

It wasn't long before Troon equalised when a great cross from Retchford was bundled home from close range by Louis Suarez Jenkin Goss; although TV replay's may mean that the West Cornwall Sunday League dubious goals committee may take the goal from Goss and credit the goal to an OG as a Park defender may have had the last touch.

Goss who has earlier headed just over from a corner then bagged Troon's 2nd when he latched onto a bad back pass and side footed past the stranded Park goalkeeper. Dan Oliver's smart turn and neat finish on 30 minutes gave Troon breathing space but Park still kept going and Troon were thankful to fulltime alcoholic Greg Manley Wells for a brilliant save from a volley following a corner just before half time; Wells then almost scored when his huge kick deceived the Park goalkeeper before the ball was scrambled off the line from a defender.

Troon knew that the next goal was going to be crucial when the second half started and within the first minute of the half that man Goss stabbed home a lose ball from close range to grab the most unlikely of hattricks (10,000-1 iwith SkyBet before kick off). The Troon FC megastore is now expecting a surge of Goss number 7 shirts to be sold to the new fan's favourite.

Jason Phillips's sharp turn and finish soon made it 5-1 before skipper Alastair Woodman ghosted in unmarked at the back post from a Oliver corner to head home with a rare goal to make it 6-1. Troon were playing with lots of confidence at this stage and Retchford's diving header from Oliver's near post centre soon made it 7.

Park kept going and hit a post and Wells made 2 or 3 decent saves before Sam Mayou raced clear and lashed the ball into the far top corner for number 8. Camborne Park then bagged a late consolation when Norfolk raced clear and rounded Wells to walk the ball into an empty net. Troon could have reached double figures as they missed a few clear cut chances late on with Oliver and Retchford both blazing over when well placed.

All in all a very enjoyable game; credit to Camborne Park who kept going in the 2nd half despite the result effectively settled.

Will never hit a ball like tat again lol

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