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Fal Athletic 1-4 Constantine

Athletic scorer: Paul Jeffery

Constantine scorers: Mark Kent (2), Jacob Johnson, not sure about the young lad who got the last goals name

A well fought game by both sides, a lot of good football on show with tine worthy winners on the day, taking their chances well to go through to the next round. Athletic had a lot of possession during the game but couldnt turn the pressure into goals, good luck to constantine in the round

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St Ives Mariners (div 5) 1-4 St Agnes (Prem)

A comfortable run out today against a St Ives side who worked hard throughout and never gave up hope.

Aggie took the lead after 20 minutes when Jimmy Gazzard slid the ball between the defenders for Jake Hills to slam his finish into the bottom corner. Spencer Hassell then added a second before Half time when he swivelled in the box and scored from 10 yards.

In the second half Daniel Ball clumsily trippped the St Ives forward in the box and the penalty was duly despatched after an hour.

Aggie always looked comfortable and Rob Sweet added a headed goal from James Thomas' corner 10 minutes later.

Spencer Hassels speculative volley from an awkward angle finished off the scoring and put St Agnes through to the next round.

Dan Lord had a good game in midfield and Shane Cameron played well on his return to duty at Centre Half.

Good luck to SIM for the rest of the season, both teams suffered from a card happy ref in a largely good spirited game. Thanks for the grub at the pub after the game!

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just heard holmans have beat pendeen on penalties 5-4, dont know what the score during the game was tho...

aet 3-3 very gd game pendeen very unlucky not 2 win in 90 mins let alone 120 mins but you got to take your chances,well done holmans gd luck for the next round.

Both sides gave everything holmans came from behind 3 times and Adam bachelor made a heroic save in extra time with pendeen leading 3-2. Got quite feisty at times but that made it an even more cracking cup tie Holmans clinical in the penalty shootout scoring all 5 and go into the 3rd round for the first time since 2004 when they reached the final :)

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Pendeen Res 2 .v. Holman SC Res 2

AET: 3 - 3

Penalty shoot out: 4 - 5

A hard fought contest and a lot of decent football played. To reiterate an earlier comment, Pendeen will probably feel aggrieved at a loss - I think they hit the post twice and had a goal ruled out for offside. An even opening period was ended when Pendeen scored the opener, a shot from the edge of the area should of been bread and butter for visiting 'keeper Adam Batchelor but he failed to claim the ball and it was stabbed home. Holman replied when Neil Pitt collected a knock back from Nigel Hambly and sent a long ball over the top of the home defence and found Jordan Jackson who calmly finished. This was the first of what ended up being a busy afternoon for Jordan but no more than we deserved after creating a number of half chances, most notably a header from Mark Richards that sailed just over. Pendeen created a few chances of their own with Steve Walsh seeing a couple of efforts saved. Pendeen scored their second with a top class finish from one of their youngsters before Jordan got us back on level terms, cutting in from the left and firing in across the 'keeper. Pendeen had a massive opportunity to go 3 goals to the good when a cross in from the right was handled in the area by Neil Anthony but Batchy earned himself a pint, and then some, from Neil by saving the resultant penalty!

Into extra time and Pendeen really upped their game and created some chances. They took the lead after bundling their way through our defence and delighting the gathered support but we managed to force a penalty shoot out after winning a free kick outside the Pendeen area and man of the moment Jordan Jackson stepped up and scored with his direct effort deflecting off of Pendeens' splitting wall. Holman scored all of our penalties to march on to the third round!

Holman penalty scorer's:

Neil Anthony

Rob McFadyen

Jordan Jackson

Neil Pitt

Adam Batchelor

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Charlestown Saints 2 LC Phoenix 4

A game of two halves, this one. The Saints deserved their two goal lead at half time and, based on the lack-lustre performance of Launceston College Phoenix in the first half, must have fancied their chances of crushing their Division 4 rivals. However, a re-shuffled Phoenix charged out the blocks for the second half and pegged the Saints deep in their own half. The pressure paid off with goals from Paul Daymond, Jon Bye, man of the match Kev O' Donovan, and Jake Collings.

Thanks to Ian Jenkin, the Saints manager- guys like him work hard to make local football happen.

The White Hart Hotel Man of the Match Award: Kev O' Donovan

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well done tine.deserved the win today.minto was excellent and the difference between the to sides, i would say.

Got to agree with u there paul, mintos 2nd was just pure class.Hard old battle today and if u made the best of the first 20 mins when u was the best side it might ave been a diff game wp played Fal and best of luck for the rest of the season. Oh and nice burgers to cheers lads.Nice goal youself today m8 too.

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Is that mikey Davies from your first team le boss

Paul ainscough former Porthleven 1st team legend not a bad player to have either. Helston could be the dark horses in the west bash is assembling a good talented squad there and they could be one of the teams to watch!

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st dennis 2-north petherwin 5

didnt play in the game or even watch due 2 a ban that i have incurred 4 comments made on here but looking at the result i think i made the right choice in working yesterday anyway lol,st dennis were 2-0 up after 10/15 mins n coasting then it all went pear shaped after half time thats about as much as i can tell u really hopefully 1 of our other lads or a player from north petherwin will comment on the game?????

good luck to them in the next round by the way :clapper:

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Is that mikey Davies from your first team le boss

Paul ainscough former Porthleven 1st team legend not a bad player to have either. Helston could be the dark horses in the west bash is assembling a good talented squad there and they could be one of the teams to watch!

Dont know about dark horses Pitty. Promotion is our main objective I promise you - got to get back in Combo football asap to push the first team. We have a squad of 20 odd players who are all desperate to play which is fantastic. We have some excellent youngsters and some older wiser heads plus our spinkling of superstardom lol and of course 2 tactical genii at the healm ha ha......

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Full Set of Junior Cup Results can be found at the following link :http://www.cornwallf...s=1&tab=results

Teams Remaining

West

Goonhavern (Premier)

Perranwell (Div 1)

St Buryan (Premier)

St Newlyn East (Duchy Premier)

St Just (Div 2)

St Agnes (Premier)

Troon (Div 4)

Holman Sports Club (Div 3)

Illogan (Premier)

Madron (Div 2)

Helston (Div 2)

Threemilestone (Premier)

Lanner (Div 3)

Rosudgeon (Div 2)

Constantine (Div 1)

Stithians (Div 2)

East

Calstock

Saltash

St Dominick

St Cleer

North Pethrwin

Pelynt

Fowey United

Launceston College Phoenix

Looe Town

Torpoint Athletic

Pensilva

Mevagissey

Premier Sixes.com

St Merryn

Torpoint Comrades/Padstow

Callington/Biscovey

Round 3 to be played on Saturday 10th December

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Full Set of Junior Cup Results can be found at the following link :http://www.cornwallf...s=1&tab=results

Teams Remaining

West

Goonhavern (Premier)

Perranwell (Div 1)

St Buryan (Premier)

St Newlyn East (Duchy Premier)

St Just (Div 2)

St Agnes (Premier)

Troon (Div 4)

Holman Sports Club (Div 3)

Illogan (Premier)

Madron (Div 2)

Helston (Div 2)

Threemilestone (Premier)

Lanner (Div 3)

Rosudgeon (Div 2)

Constantine (Div 1)

Stithians (Div 2)

East

Calstock

Saltash

St Dominick

St Cleer

North Pethrwin

Pelynt

Fowey United

Launceston College Phoenix

Looe Town

Torpoint Athletic

Pensilva

Mevagissey

Premier Sixes.com

St Merryn

Torpoint Comrades/Padstow

Callington/Biscovey

Round 3 to be played on Saturday 10th December

quite an even spread across the divisions in the west half

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Lanner v Culdrose (Div 3)

3-3 After 90 Mins, Culdrose lost 7-6 on Penalties after a goaless extra time. Game was played in good spirt, Ref made a poor decsion to give Culdrose midfielder his 2nd yellow for swearing, wasnt directed at anyone was just frustration. Culdrose played the better football went 1-0 from a nicely taken Simmo Free kick, 1-1 at half time. Culdrose went 3-1 up in the 2nd half after 2 great strikes from Dean Goulding, Culdrose gave away 2 sloppy goals both from Corners, But fair play to Lanner for never giving up.

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St Dennis 2 - 5 North Petherwin.

A game of 2 half's really. 1st half we played some good football again following on from last weeks win over looe. Scott Brown scored 1st with a well worked goal for st dennis before he assisted in setting up the 2nd for chris rickard. Going into the second half, st dennis being 2-0 up, it all went, like goosefish said, tits up. Our performance was appalling and deservedly we conceded 5 to an north petherwin team full of spirit. I could say stuff about the ref, however it was definately how we played! I wish all the best to north petherwin and can't fault them for there attitude and team spirit.

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Mawnan 0-2 illogan res

Nice result

great result for us playing against a tough outfit on a tough surface with grass being really long but same for both sides, didn't suit our style of football and against the wind and playing up the hill found it tough going. Illogan started the brighter creating chances down the left and right flanks with several crosses going in but not quite getting on the end of them. Mawnan looked for the long ball down the right and did cause a few problems with their height advantage on set pieces but never really troubled jason kitchen in goal. the breakthrough came with a dubious penalty decision which i cant really comment on as i didn't see it but the ref gave it for hand ball and abbo dispatched it with ease for a well deserved lead. The score line stayed the same till half time. The second half started off brightly for Mawnan who created havoc in the illogan defence with several corners and set pieces the ball just kept coming back and back but the back four stayed strong and kept them out. The game was end to end until illogan put the game out of reach for Mawnan with a second goal created through a good passing move for illogan and a tidy finish, the game petered out and was well reffed, we wish mawnan the best of luck and we will see you soon in the league and to Damo see you soon mate Dazza

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