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Goonhavern 5 - 0 St Agnes

Aggie turned up for this one with a threadbare squad - missing 8 players from the usual starting line up. We lost another 2 to injury during the game as well so it was always going to be tough.

Goonhavern played well and created 7 or 8 good chances to score. The left winger was a constant threat and probably the best player on the day.

The only negative was that Ian Gosling could and probably should have seen a straight red for an elbow to the face of an Aggie player. He can say that it was unintentional until he's blue in the face, but from the touchline it was obvious that he knew what he was doing. The Aggie player had to be substituted due to the injury. If the referee had seen it from a good angle he would have had no choice but to send him off.

On a more positive note - credit to the groundsman - the pitch is in good nick and someone has spent a lot of time getting it that way.

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Goonhavern 5 - 0 St Agnes

Aggie turned up for this one with a threadbare squad - missing 8 players from the usual starting line up. We lost another 2 to injury during the game as well so it was always going to be tough.

Goonhavern played well and created 7 or 8 good chances to score. The left winger was a constant threat and probably the best player on the day.

The only negative was that Ian Gosling could and probably should have seen a straight red for an elbow to the face of an Aggie player. He can say that it was unintentional until he's blue in the face, but from the touchline it was obvious that he knew what he was doing. The Aggie player had to be substituted due to the injury. If the referee had seen it from a good angle he would have had no choice but to send him off.

On a more positive note - credit to the groundsman - the pitch is in good nick and someone has spent a lot of time getting it that way.

The Goonhavern groundstaff had to spike areas of the pitch this morning to make it playable.

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We seem to really suffer with people not being regularly available but maybe not more than other clubs, I'm not sure.

Today we had Shane Cameron, jake Hills, richie Horsewell, darren Murrish, Neil Gapp, tom hills, Rob sweet, missing off the top of my head. All of which have played in recent games except tom. Our manager said we had 8 missing but I can't think who the other one was.

I had to play at centre half for the first time in 4 years today, and I'm about 6th choice for that position!

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Goonhavern 5 - 0 St Agnes

Aggie turned up for this one with a threadbare squad - missing 8 players from the usual starting line up. We lost another 2 to injury during the game as well so it was always going to be tough.

Goonhavern played well and created 7 or 8 good chances to score. The left winger was a constant threat and probably the best player on the day.

The only negative was that Ian Gosling could and probably should have seen a straight red for an elbow to the face of an Aggie player. He can say that it was unintentional until he's blue in the face, but from the touchline it was obvious that he knew what he was doing. The Aggie player had to be substituted due to the injury. If the referee had seen it from a good angle he would have had no choice but to send him off.

On a more positive note - credit to the groundsman - the pitch is in good nick and someone has spent a lot of time getting it that way.

An awful challenge, jumping in raising arm and throwing elbow before landing with elbow on players throat, penalised for using elbow twice in 2nd half and a dive in the box, all with no punishment.The younglad went off having problems with his breathing and the only player to be booked in the game was an aggie player for dissent. Other than that was a game that prob shouldve finished about 2-0 to Goonhavern. not a huge amount of action at either end mainly due to the wind. Goonhaver did play some very good football playing against the wind. Other than one player it was a fair, well contested game with no problems. Even the neutral spectators on the sidelines got a couple of salutes from him. Obviously a very good player who is i thought usually better than that

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Goonhavern 5 - 0 St Agnes

Aggie turned up for this one with a threadbare squad - missing 8 players from the usual starting line up. We lost another 2 to injury during the game as well so it was always going to be tough.

Goonhavern played well and created 7 or 8 good chances to score. The left winger was a constant threat and probably the best player on the day.

The only negative was that Ian Gosling could and probably should have seen a straight red for an elbow to the face of an Aggie player. He can say that it was unintentional until he's blue in the face, but from the touchline it was obvious that he knew what he was doing. The Aggie player had to be substituted due to the injury. If the referee had seen it from a good angle he would have had no choice but to send him off.

On a more positive note - credit to the groundsman - the pitch is in good nick and someone has spent a lot of time getting it that way.

An awful challenge, jumping in raising arm and throwing elbow before landing with elbow on players throat, penalised for using elbow twice in 2nd half and a dive in the box, all with no punishment.The younglad went off having problems with his breathing and the only player to be booked in the game was an aggie player for dissent. Other than that was a game that prob shouldve finished about 2-0 to Goonhavern. not a huge amount of action at either end mainly due to the wind. Goonhaver did play some very good football playing against the wind. Other than one player it was a fair, well contested game with no problems. Even the neutral spectators on the sidelines got a couple of salutes from him. Obviously a very good player who is i thought usually better than that

Don't recollect the elbow incident but I can say for certain, knowing Ian, that it most certainly wouldn't have been intentional. Hope the young lad is alright now.

The game was spoilt slightly by the wind. We were able to rotate our squad today and looked just as strong which bodes well. We were comfortable for the vast majority of the game and probably should have scored more than the 5 we did. Our lift winger was Lewis Waters and I agree that he was probably the best player out there. He's been in and out of the side this season but took his chance today. Goals came from Waters (x2), Sam Mansfield, Gosling and an own goal. All the best to St Agnes - cheers to Bunty for the egg on my ankle :c: Thought the ref did an ok job.

Agree about the comments in relation to the pitch; it was in good condition today bearing in the mind the week's weather.

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illogan res 1 madron 1

where do you start on this 1, one fustrating game for us should have been 5-0 up by half- time but credit to illogan they but in a great shift, second half more of an even game that turned into a bit of a midfield duel, illogan scored with probably their only chance and we snatched a late 1, referee did,nt have a great afternoon but its probably a good job because in reality we should probably have finished with 9 on the park!!! look forward to the return and best of luck to illogan for the rest of the season.

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Premier Result .

Gwinear CT 2 - 1 Mawnan ( ht 2-0 )

Great effort by everyone at the club , it's been a difficult period for me personally losing my Dad , football has been an escape and yesterday my lads played with all the spirit and determination that he passed on to me and hopefully I will see in my team week in week out.

Coming into the game off the back of a couple of poor results facing a team that were in a rich vain of form Gwinear had to stand up and be counted . All 14 won their personal battles and were rewarded with 3 points , Chris Perry opening the scoring with a header that his performance deserved and with the home side dominating the 1st half James Paradise doubled the lead before half time always a fox in the box even when playing centre half ! . The boys could hear the bollocking the opposition were recieving at ht so knew they would have a fight on their hands to get the result home and rose to the challenge looking the more likely to get the next goal , missing a couple of one on ones and a penalty to make it 3 .

Mawnan however showed what a good team they were by never rolling over and they pulled a goal back with ten minutes to go but the home side held on to a well deserved win, any of the 14 could of had Motm all on top form , Jay Blewett kicked as far against the wind as he did with it and pulled off a couple of fine saves ( as he always does ) , was unlucky not to have a clean sheet , Phil Hurrell has hit the form of his life but was pipped today by Ali Thomas who put in a solid performance not giving an inch and throwing like Delap !!!

Superb advert for junior football and non more that the ref Len Stevens , I've said it before you can't have a good flowing game with out the man in the middle and Mr Stevens was superb , allowed advantage and kept the game flowing brilliantly :clapper: Big thanks to our main man at Gwinear Mr Rolland Thomas for all his efforts to get the game on , guys like Rolls are the unsung hero's that allow us all to play the game we love each and every week :c: Good luck Mawnan hope the two lads that got injured recover quickly good bunch and very good team :drink:

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Gulval 4 - Carharrack 1 Ht 2-1

well not a good day for carharrack tbh i felt. gulval took an early lead through a fierce drive to the top corner from a half cleared corner. things then got worse for carharrack when gulval countered from a carharrack corner with a well taken goal along the deck off the post to make it 2-0. Carharrack then semmed to step it up and pressured gulval for a long period and a goal finally came just before half time with a goal scramble. half time 2-1

the 2nd half was pretty much all gulval i would say apart from maybe a few counter attacking plays which came to nothing. i think the 3rd goal for gulval was the penalty which was very debatable in my view with a 7ft giant going down very very easily but the ref seemed to think it was a pen and the penalty was converted down the middle. but in my view moment and goal of the match came late on from gulval with yet another bad clearance falling to the gulval player about 20 yards out on the far side smashing the ball with bend into the car top corner. (unbeliveable tekkers) they did have 3 other chances from one on ones but the carharrack keeper (myself) saved them .

the pitch now looks very rough and muddy .

well done to gulval much deserved.

man of the match i would say was gulval captain i never seen someone run on mud so fast.

i apologise for not coming back to your pub was a birthday back at our social.

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Trelawny 2

Mullion Res 4 (2) Storm 1 (0)

A tighter contest than the scoreline would suggest, with the 1st half being fairly equal. Mullion played with the wind 1st half and took the lead when a corner wasn't cleared and their player swung left footed volley, made perfect contact and buried in the top corner. Their second came a few minutes later when a ball played out to the left wing was met by either a cross or a shot (depending on who you believe) which again found its way into the very top corner of the net from 20 yards. 2 special goals gave mullion the lead at the break. Ironically, the quality of those two finishes was the direct opposite of our finishing which was woeful, we created chances in the first half but shots were weak, off-target and the keeper pulled off a few good saves. That said, he was definitely tested a lot less than our keeper, who did well to keep it to 2 at half-time.

Within a few minutes of the restart, we lost our left winger, who rolled his ankle and it looked like our poor luck would continue as we spurned a few more opportunities. Mullion also created a few chances and at one point rattled the frame of our goal. We got ourselves back into the match when Kevin Riddle did well to get himself a yard of space in the box and placed the ball past their keeper. Our heads went up then and we played some good football as we pushed forward looking for the equaliser. Mullion then got their 3rd with a swift counter attack before a bizarre 5 mins.

With our centre-back in possession of the ball, one of the mullion players decided to launch himself, studs up at him. It was an ugly challenge, but I don't believe it was carried out with any intent, more reckless than malicious. Our defender got up and pushed their player back. At this point the referee pulled the mullion player to one side and sent him off. One of the other mullion players then decided to interject and start arguing with the referee about what he was going to do with our defender and was both persistent and aggressive with his communication with the ref, who had stated before the game, that foul and abusive language aimed at people would not be tolerated. After dismissing our defender as well, which I can't argue against as the player raised his hands, the ref then sent the mullion player off, leaving it 10 on 9. At this point I would also suggest that the mullion keeper was a little lucky that the ref's hearing was not 100%

Mullion then added a 4th as we threw everything forward in search of the goals we needed. Odd one really, wasn't a dirty game by any means, and there was not any problem between the two teams on the pitch apart from that. But 3 sending offs in one of the most mild mannered games you are likely to see- that's football.

Well done to mullion, good bunch and manager was a top bloke too. As for us, significantly better attitude and performance. It's tough being down the bottom and to keep positive but I was far happier with the team on Sat than I have been for quite a while.

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Mullion Res 4 (2) Storm 1 (0)

A tighter contest than the scoreline would suggest, with the 1st half being fairly equal. Mullion played with the wind 1st half and took the lead when a corner wasn't cleared and their player swung left footed volley, made perfect contact and buried in the top corner. Their second came a few minutes later when a ball played out to the left wing was met by either a cross or a shot (depending on who you believe) which again found its way into the very top corner of the net from 20 yards. 2 special goals gave mullion the lead at the break. Ironically, the quality of those two finishes was the direct opposite of our finishing which was woeful, we created chances in the first half but shots were weak, off-target and the keeper pulled off a few good saves. That said, he was definitely tested a lot less than our keeper, who did well to keep it to 2 at half-time.

Within a few minutes of the restart, we lost our left winger, who rolled his ankle and it looked like our poor luck would continue as we spurned a few more opportunities. Mullion also created a few chances and at one point rattled the frame of our goal. We got ourselves back into the match when Kevin Riddle did well to get himself a yard of space in the box and placed the ball past their keeper. Our heads went up then and we played some good football as we pushed forward looking for the equaliser. Mullion then got their 3rd with a swift counter attack before a bizarre 5 mins.

With our centre-back in possession of the ball, one of the mullion players decided to launch himself, studs up at him. It was an ugly challenge, but I don't believe it was carried out with any intent, more reckless than malicious. Our defender got up and pushed their player back. At this point the referee pulled the mullion player to one side and sent him off. One of the other mullion players then decided to interject and start arguing with the referee about what he was going to do with our defender and was both persistent and aggressive with his communication with the ref, who had stated before the game, that foul and abusive language aimed at people would not be tolerated. After dismissing our defender as well, which I can't argue against as the player raised his hands, the ref then sent the mullion player off, leaving it 10 on 9. At this point I would also suggest that the mullion keeper was a little lucky that the ref's hearing was not 100%

Mullion then added a 4th as we threw everything forward in search of the goals we needed. Odd one really, wasn't a dirty game by any means, and there was not any problem between the two teams on the pitch apart from that. But 3 sending offs in one of the most mild mannered games you are likely to see- that's football.

Well done to mullion, good bunch and manager was a top bloke too. As for us, significantly better attitude and performance. It's tough being down the bottom and to keep positive but I was far happier with the team on Sat than I have been for quite a while.

Have to agree with most of what has been said. Thought we created lots of chances in the first half but couldnt finish until the two goals which hit the top corner, saying that Storm did have chances to get themselves back into the game. Big talking point was the sendings off, the challange was with studs raised but did win the ball, this in my opinion was a yellow but with the reaction of Storms defender, could have swayed the ref . It seemed the raise of arms was a rush of blood and out of characterby the Storm player as he was a top bloke and was very apologetic about his reaction. As for the mouthing off red card,if " ref your taking the piss" deserves a red then i think most games would be ending with 5 players on the pitch. These red cards meaning 10 v 9, with the score 3-1. Storm changed more offensively but came to nothing, then in the last few minutes our midfielder dribbled the ball from outside the area beat 3 or 4 players then put it in the top corner. Got to agree that was a very mild mannered game for 3 sendings off! Storm played some good football and seemed a good bunch of lads.

Mullion scorers- Davison,Spurrier,Wormington ,Cattran

Just to add thought Storms keeper was quality all game, some cracking saves!

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Trelawny 2

Mullion Res 4 (2) Storm 1 (0)

A tighter contest than the scoreline would suggest, with the 1st half being fairly equal. Mullion played with the wind 1st half and took the lead when a corner wasn't cleared and their player swung left footed volley, made perfect contact and buried in the top corner. Their second came a few minutes later when a ball played out to the left wing was met by either a cross or a shot (depending on who you believe) which again found its way into the very top corner of the net from 20 yards. 2 special goals gave mullion the lead at the break. Ironically, the quality of those two finishes was the direct opposite of our finishing which was woeful, we created chances in the first half but shots were weak, off-target and the keeper pulled off a few good saves. That said, he was definitely tested a lot less than our keeper, who did well to keep it to 2 at half-time.

Within a few minutes of the restart, we lost our left winger, who rolled his ankle and it looked like our poor luck would continue as we spurned a few more opportunities. Mullion also created a few chances and at one point rattled the frame of our goal. We got ourselves back into the match when Kevin Riddle did well to get himself a yard of space in the box and placed the ball past their keeper. Our heads went up then and we played some good football as we pushed forward looking for the equaliser. Mullion then got their 3rd with a swift counter attack before a bizarre 5 mins.

With our centre-back in possession of the ball, one of the mullion players decided to launch himself, studs up at him. It was an ugly challenge, but I don't believe it was carried out with any intent, more reckless than malicious. Our defender got up and pushed their player back. At this point the referee pulled the mullion player to one side and sent him off. One of the other mullion players then decided to interject and start arguing with the referee about what he was going to do with our defender and was both persistent and aggressive with his communication with the ref, who had stated before the game, that foul and abusive language aimed at people would not be tolerated. After dismissing our defender as well, which I can't argue against as the player raised his hands, the ref then sent the mullion player off, leaving it 10 on 9. At this point I would also suggest that the mullion keeper was a little lucky that the ref's hearing was not 100%

Mullion then added a 4th as we threw everything forward in search of the goals we needed. Odd one really, wasn't a dirty game by any means, and there was not any problem between the two teams on the pitch apart from that. But 3 sending offs in one of the most mild mannered games you are likely to see- that's football.

Well done to mullion, good bunch and manager was a top bloke too. As for us, significantly better attitude and performance. It's tough being down the bottom and to keep positive but I was far happier with the team on Sat than I have been for quite a while.

Have to agree with most of what has been said. Thought we created lots of chances in the first half but couldnt finish until the two goals which hit the top corner, saying that Storm did have chances to get themselves back into the game. Big talking point was the sendings off, the challange was with studs raised but did win the ball, this in my opinion was a yellow but with the reaction of Storms defender, could have swayed the ref . It seemed the raise of arms was a rush of blood and out of characterby the Storm player as he was a top bloke and was very apologetic about his reaction. As for the mouthing off red card,if " ref your taking the piss" deserves a red then i think most games would be ending with 5 players on the pitch. These red cards meaning 10 v 9, with the score 3-1. Storm changed more offensively but came to nothing, then in the last few minutes our midfielder dribbled the ball from outside the area beat 3 or 4 players then put it in the top corner. Got to agree that was a very mild mannered game for 3 sendings off! Storm played some good football and seemed a good bunch of lads.

Mullion scorers- Davison,Spurrier,Wormington ,Cattran

Just to add thought Storms keeper was quality all game, some cracking saves!

game would be abandoned long before it got down to 5vs5 as thats less than the minimum required to play a game!!

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Trelawny 2

Mullion Res 4 (2) Storm 1 (0)

A tighter contest than the scoreline would suggest, with the 1st half being fairly equal. Mullion played with the wind 1st half and took the lead when a corner wasn't cleared and their player swung left footed volley, made perfect contact and buried in the top corner. Their second came a few minutes later when a ball played out to the left wing was met by either a cross or a shot (depending on who you believe) which again found its way into the very top corner of the net from 20 yards. 2 special goals gave mullion the lead at the break. Ironically, the quality of those two finishes was the direct opposite of our finishing which was woeful, we created chances in the first half but shots were weak, off-target and the keeper pulled off a few good saves. That said, he was definitely tested a lot less than our keeper, who did well to keep it to 2 at half-time.

Within a few minutes of the restart, we lost our left winger, who rolled his ankle and it looked like our poor luck would continue as we spurned a few more opportunities. Mullion also created a few chances and at one point rattled the frame of our goal. We got ourselves back into the match when Kevin Riddle did well to get himself a yard of space in the box and placed the ball past their keeper. Our heads went up then and we played some good football as we pushed forward looking for the equaliser. Mullion then got their 3rd with a swift counter attack before a bizarre 5 mins.

With our centre-back in possession of the ball, one of the mullion players decided to launch himself, studs up at him. It was an ugly challenge, but I don't believe it was carried out with any intent, more reckless than malicious. Our defender got up and pushed their player back. At this point the referee pulled the mullion player to one side and sent him off. One of the other mullion players then decided to interject and start arguing with the referee about what he was going to do with our defender and was both persistent and aggressive with his communication with the ref, who had stated before the game, that foul and abusive language aimed at people would not be tolerated. After dismissing our defender as well, which I can't argue against as the player raised his hands, the ref then sent the mullion player off, leaving it 10 on 9. At this point I would also suggest that the mullion keeper was a little lucky that the ref's hearing was not 100%

Mullion then added a 4th as we threw everything forward in search of the goals we needed. Odd one really, wasn't a dirty game by any means, and there was not any problem between the two teams on the pitch apart from that. But 3 sending offs in one of the most mild mannered games you are likely to see- that's football.

Well done to mullion, good bunch and manager was a top bloke too. As for us, significantly better attitude and performance. It's tough being down the bottom and to keep positive but I was far happier with the team on Sat than I have been for quite a while.

Have to agree with most of what has been said. Thought we created lots of chances in the first half but couldnt finish until the two goals which hit the top corner, saying that Storm did have chances to get themselves back into the game. Big talking point was the sendings off, the challange was with studs raised but did win the ball, this in my opinion was a yellow but with the reaction of Storms defender, could have swayed the ref . It seemed the raise of arms was a rush of blood and out of characterby the Storm player as he was a top bloke and was very apologetic about his reaction. As for the mouthing off red card,if " ref your taking the piss" deserves a red then i think most games would be ending with 5 players on the pitch. These red cards meaning 10 v 9, with the score 3-1. Storm changed more offensively but came to nothing, then in the last few minutes our midfielder dribbled the ball from outside the area beat 3 or 4 players then put it in the top corner. Got to agree that was a very mild mannered game for 3 sendings off! Storm played some good football and seemed a good bunch of lads.

Mullion scorers- Davison,Spurrier,Wormington ,Cattran

Just to add thought Storms keeper was quality all game, some cracking saves!

game would be abandoned long before it got down to 5vs5 as thats less than the minimum required to play a game!!

haha someone plays fifa! your right can go down to 7 or 8 players before its called off? but still there would be a shed load of red cards if everytime a player swore they get a red!

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Trelawny 2

Mullion Res 4 (2) Storm 1 (0)

A tighter contest than the scoreline would suggest, with the 1st half being fairly equal. Mullion played with the wind 1st half and took the lead when a corner wasn't cleared and their player swung left footed volley, made perfect contact and buried in the top corner. Their second came a few minutes later when a ball played out to the left wing was met by either a cross or a shot (depending on who you believe) which again found its way into the very top corner of the net from 20 yards. 2 special goals gave mullion the lead at the break. Ironically, the quality of those two finishes was the direct opposite of our finishing which was woeful, we created chances in the first half but shots were weak, off-target and the keeper pulled off a few good saves. That said, he was definitely tested a lot less than our keeper, who did well to keep it to 2 at half-time.

Within a few minutes of the restart, we lost our left winger, who rolled his ankle and it looked like our poor luck would continue as we spurned a few more opportunities. Mullion also created a few chances and at one point rattled the frame of our goal. We got ourselves back into the match when Kevin Riddle did well to get himself a yard of space in the box and placed the ball past their keeper. Our heads went up then and we played some good football as we pushed forward looking for the equaliser. Mullion then got their 3rd with a swift counter attack before a bizarre 5 mins.

With our centre-back in possession of the ball, one of the mullion players decided to launch himself, studs up at him. It was an ugly challenge, but I don't believe it was carried out with any intent, more reckless than malicious. Our defender got up and pushed their player back. At this point the referee pulled the mullion player to one side and sent him off. One of the other mullion players then decided to interject and start arguing with the referee about what he was going to do with our defender and was both persistent and aggressive with his communication with the ref, who had stated before the game, that foul and abusive language aimed at people would not be tolerated. After dismissing our defender as well, which I can't argue against as the player raised his hands, the ref then sent the mullion player off, leaving it 10 on 9. At this point I would also suggest that the mullion keeper was a little lucky that the ref's hearing was not 100%

Mullion then added a 4th as we threw everything forward in search of the goals we needed. Odd one really, wasn't a dirty game by any means, and there was not any problem between the two teams on the pitch apart from that. But 3 sending offs in one of the most mild mannered games you are likely to see- that's football.

Well done to mullion, good bunch and manager was a top bloke too. As for us, significantly better attitude and performance. It's tough being down the bottom and to keep positive but I was far happier with the team on Sat than I have been for quite a while.

Yeah must agree with most of what was said. First half was just a battle with the strong wind. Make life tricky to play some football but for a change we did that and won for the first time in 4 matches. Your keeper pulled off some blinders and without doubt your man of the match.

Having come off at half time injured watched the farce that was the 5 minutes and thought the ref handled the tackle and sending off fairly (tackle wasnt intentional but was worthy of a red) and raise your hands and you gotta go in the eyes of the law. Fair play to him thought as came and apologised right after, was just heat of the moment. The sending of of our left back for swearing was a bit over the top and dont think it warrented a red, the reaction afterwards probably did but he plays with his heart on his sleeve and was just upset as now has a big fine he cant pay and looks like being banned for the whole of january.

other than that wasnt a dirty tackle in sight. looking forward to the return fixture. next up league leaders Lizard on Boxing day! Looking at their last few team sheets includes about 5 ex mullion combo players so should be a tasty affair!!

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