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

Or you can text me the details on 07597907549

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Cornwall Combination League

Saturday 5th November

Mullion (Shane Rosevear 2) 2-3 Pendeen Rovers (Jack Ramsey 2, Joshua Mooney)

Att - 25

St Agnes (Alec Penrose) 1-3 Falmouth Town Reserves (Jake Harvey, Luke Wort, Ben Ambrose)

Att -50

St Day (Rickki Smith, Nathan Taylor) 2-1 St Just (Jack Willis)

Att - 30

St Ives Town (Dave Hodges) 1-0 Hayle Reserves

Att - 35

Troon (Steve Proctor, Kurtis Long, Jamie Marles, Darren Browning) 4-1 Penzance Reserves (Ryan Williams)

Att - 24

Wendron United (Matt Roberts 2, Tom Langford) 3-4 Porthleven Reserves (Dave Rodgers 2, Nick Perry, Nathan Roberts)

Att - 30

League Cup 1st Round

Holman SC (Rob Hosking) 1-5 RNAS Culdrose (Michael Clarke 5)

Att - 7

POS TEAM PL W D L F A GD PTS

1 PENRYN ATHLETIC RESERVES 16 11 4 1 48 16 32 37

2 FALMOUTH TOWN RESERVES 13 9 2 2 53 15 38 29

3 ST IVES TOWN 12 8 1 3 26 12 14 25

4 ILLOGAN RBL 11 6 4 1 26 13 13 22

5 PENDEEN ROVERS 12 6 3 3 28 20 8 21

6 ST AGNES 10 6 3 1 19 12 7 21

7 RNAS CULDROSE 13 6 3 4 32 32 0 20

8 WENDRON UNITED 12 5 3 4 23 23 0 18

9 HAYLE RESERVES 14 5 3 6 25 27 -2 18

10 FALMOUTH ATHLETIC 10 5 2 3 32 18 14 17

11 TROON 12 5 2 5 24 25 -1 17

12 NEWQUAY RESERVES 12 4 4 4 26 26 0 16

13 PERRANWELL 11 4 2 5 31 26 5 14

14 PORTHLEVEN RESERVES 16 4 2 10 29 52 -23 14

15 ST DAY 12 3 4 5 17 27 -10 13

16 ST JUST 11 3 2 6 23 23 0 11

17 MULLION 12 3 2 7 30 33 -3 11

18 HOLMAN SC 12 1 3 8 13 40 -27 6

19 PENZANCE RESERVES 17 0 1 16 13 80 -67 1

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Mullion 2 (Shane Rosevear 2) - 3 Pendeen

A hard fought game which both teams put everything into. Pendeen will be pleased with the 3 points and Mullion will feel agrieved that they didnt come away with anything. A draw would have probably been a fair result.

Both teams had fairly young sides, although neither side backed out of anything and both knew they had been in a game come the final whistle. The first half was pretty even however Pendeen finished the stronger, with the wind behind them shooting towards the Clubhouse end and the Mullion Faithful.

A neat interchange between Jacob Lugg, Dan Thomas and Chris Ensink, ended with Ensink dribbling the ball past a defender near the goal line and flicking it in the air for the ball to hit a Pendeen arm and the referee to award Mullion a penalty. Unlucky on the Pendeen defender, but it stopped Mullion in attack. Ben Casley Stepped up and the unfortunately for us the goalkeeper chose the correct side and pulled off a great save, fair play to him - he had a good game aswell. The rebound was cleared away.

As the first half came towrds the final 10-15 minutes, Pendeen exerted more and more pressure using the wind to their advantage and took the lead with about 10 minutes to go, both teams could have scored more in the first half but the Pendeen keeper kept out Ensink and Tom Collins as usual was outstanding for Mullion.

H-T 0 - 1

The 2nd half started fairly similar Pendeen pushing and Mullion looking dangerous on the break. Pendeen furthered their lead after roughly 55-60 minutes. This spurred Mullion into action. All of a sudden they found confidence and started playing. Keith Jacka found more of the ball and that created more opportunities for Mullion, Linking up well with the Promising Jack Sherlock. down the left-hand side. Mullion pulled a goal back when Ensink was fould on the edge of the box. Up stepped Shane Rosevear whos Free Kick took a deflection past the helpless keeper from 20 yards. 5 minutes later from a near identical position, possibly 5 yards further out, Shane Rosevear stepped up after Ben Casley this time, was fouled on the edge of the box. This time the ball was struck better, straight into the top corner of the net. Great strike.

2 - 2

both teams then had chances to take the lead and both defended with everything they had, Unfortunatley for us it was Pendeen that found that extra bit as on the counter the ball fell to the Pendeen forward who with a slight bit of luck after Sharkey got a touch on the ball, only for it to roll into the path of the Pendeen striker who powered the ball past Tom Collins into the net. 87 minutes gone, Left Mullion with little chance of getting back into the game.

Fair play to Pendeen as you would expect battle hard, I dont think the ref had a great game, some strange decisions and was equally frustrating for both teams, he was very inconsistant throughout.

Mullion host St Agnes next week and we welcome back Dan Higgins who has been our best player in recent games, and Sean Haskell-Mills who will look to refind last seasons scoring form.

Good Luck to Pendeen for the season.

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Port scorers were Dave Rodgers x2, Nick Perry & Nathan Roberts. dont know the attendance would guess 30

Great game!!

Port Men of the match...Sam Freeman (2nd half performance outstanding including a 88min penalty save with the score at 3-3) and Paul Guest!! non stop work!

A great team performance and spirit shown by us!!

B&Y!!

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Mullion 2 (Shane Rosevear 2) - 3 Pendeen

A hard fought game which both teams put everything into. Pendeen will be pleased with the 3 points and Mullion will feel agrieved that they didnt come away with anything. A draw would have probably been a fair result.

Both teams had fairly young sides, although neither side backed out of anything and both knew they had been in a game come the final whistle. The first half was pretty even however Pendeen finished the stronger, with the wind behind them shooting towards the Clubhouse end and the Mullion Faithful.

A neat interchange between Jacob Lugg, Dan Thomas and Chris Ensink, ended with Ensink dribbling the ball past a defender near the goal line and flicking it in the air for the ball to hit a Pendeen arm and the referee to award Mullion a penalty. Unlucky on the Pendeen defender, but it stopped Mullion in attack. Ben Casley Stepped up and the unfortunately for us the goalkeeper chose the correct side and pulled off a great save, fair play to him - he had a good game aswell. The rebound was cleared away.

As the first half came towrds the final 10-15 minutes, Pendeen exerted more and more pressure using the wind to their advantage and took the lead with about 10 minutes to go, both teams could have scored more in the first half but the Pendeen keeper kept out Ensink and Tom Collins as usual was outstanding for Mullion.

H-T 0 - 1

The 2nd half started fairly similar Pendeen pushing and Mullion looking dangerous on the break. Pendeen furthered their lead after roughly 55-60 minutes. This spurred Mullion into action. All of a sudden they found confidence and started playing. Keith Jacka found more of the ball and that created more opportunities for Mullion, Linking up well with the Promising Jack Sherlock. down the left-hand side. Mullion pulled a goal back when Ensink was fould on the edge of the box. Up stepped Shane Rosevear whos Free Kick took a deflection past the helpless keeper from 20 yards. 5 minutes later from a near identical position, possibly 5 yards further out, Shane Rosevear stepped up after Ben Casley this time, was fouled on the edge of the box. This time the ball was struck better, straight into the top corner of the net. Great strike.

2 - 2

both teams then had chances to take the lead and both defended with everything they had, Unfortunatley for us it was Pendeen that found that extra bit as on the counter the ball fell to the Pendeen forward who with a slight bit of luck after Sharkey got a touch on the ball, only for it to roll into the path of the Pendeen striker who powered the ball past Tom Collins into the net. 87 minutes gone, Left Mullion with little chance of getting back into the game.

Fair play to Pendeen as you would expect battle hard, I dont think the ref had a great game, some strange decisions and was equally frustrating for both teams, he was very inconsistant throughout.

Mullion host St Agnes next week and we welcome back Dan Higgins who has been our best player in recent games, and Sean Haskell-Mills who will look to refind last seasons scoring form.

Good Luck to Pendeen for the season.

pretty fair report, though on chances created especially in the first half i think pendeen just about shaded the match. mullion good young footballing side, i would be surprised if they dont start climbing up the league. best of luck for the rest of the season.

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