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Cornwall Combination League

Saturday 14th April

Falmouth Athletic (Steve Kellow 4, Luke Kelland 3, Ryan Trathen) 8-0 Hayle Reserves

Att - 36

Pendeen Rovers 0-3 St Agnes (Mike Burn, Duane Britton, Luke Osbourne)

Att - 35

Perranwell (Sam Philips, Tom Philips, Barry Leete, Dave Standing) 4-1 Holman SC (Jason Blight)

Att - 40

St Ives Town (Chris Lock, Joel McWilliams) 2-1 Mullion (Chris Ensink)

Att - 31

St Just (Andrew Curnow 2, Callum George 2, Jack Willis) 5-2 Wendron United (Mike O'Neil 2)

Att - 35

Troon (Ashley Smeeth) 1-3 Penryn Athletic Reserves (Ryan Reeve, Wade Brown, Tom Annear)

Att - 63

Supplementary Cup Q-F

Newquay Reserves (Jack Bray-Evans, Micky Burns, Cameron Bidgood) 3-2 Illogan RBL (Joshua Sharpe, Dominic Pullen)

Att - 40

Porthleven Reserves 0-2 St Day (Danny Ford 2)

Att - 45

POS TEAM PL W D L F A GD PTS

1 PENRYN ATHLETIC RESERVES 33 22 7 4 88 36 52 73

2 FALMOUTH TOWN RESERVES 29 19 7 3 87 31 56 64

3 ST AGNES 29 18 7 4 70 35 35 61

4 ILLOGAN RBL 29 18 5 6 87 36 51 59

5 ST IVES TOWN 29 18 2 9 55 43 12 56

6 WENDRON UNITED 32 15 7 10 67 60 7 52

7 ST JUST 29 16 4 9 70 45 25 49*

8 FALMOUTH ATHLETIC 28 14 4 10 84 59 23 46

9 PENDEEN ROVERS 30 12 6 12 53 54 -1 42

10 PERRANWELL 32 11 8 13 74 58 16 41

11 TROON 29 12 5 12 61 56 5 41

12 NEWQUAY RESERVES 28 11 8 10 61 62 -1 41

13 ST DAY 30 12 8 10 51 59 -8 40*

14 RNAS CULDROSE 27 10 6 11 62 62 0 35*

15 HAYLE RESERVES 33 8 7 18 44 77 -33 31

16 PORTHLEVEN RESERVES 34 7 3 24 53 104 -51 24

17 HOLMAN SC 35 6 6 23 41 103 -62 21*

18 MULLION 33 5 4 24 57 93 -36 19

19 PENZANCE RESERVES 34 4 4 26 32 124 -92 16

RNAS Culdrose 1 point and 2 goals deducted, St Day 4 points and 2 goals deducted, St Just 3 points and 3 goals deducted, Holman SC 3 points and 2 goals deducted

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Newquay 3 Illogan 2 aet

Illogan acorers Josh Sharpe 1 Dom Pullen 1

Awful first 20 from illogan going 2 down then we got going, from second half onwards illogan dominated the large part of it and looked by far the more likely winners, but dogged defending and last minute blocks and throwing bodies at the ball by newquay saw them through, Newquay keeper played well with some good saves and dealt with several tricky balls, couldnt fault illogans work rate and play after a slow start, but just wasnt to be on the day and didnt get any breaks, good luck to Newquay in the semis with a talented young squad

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Troon 1-3 penryn

A good competitive game for the neutral today but frustrating for the managers! Troon went 1-0 up and were the better team in the 1st half,only for penryn to get level just after ht and 2-1 up on 60 mins,then grabbed a 3rd 5mins from time,all in all a fair result,penryn are a decent team missing a few players today I heard but as we're Troon,all x3 of penryns goals were sloppy mistakes from the troon lads,and at this level thats all it takes!! big thanks to the groundsman also for gettin the pitch looking fantastic also!! All the best to winno and penryn in what will be a tight battle for the title right to the end!

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Kevin Lawrence for Hayle played well, nobody else looked interested. Kevin worked very hard and had no support, I'm sure on another day the game would be closer. Got three points so that's the main thing. Oh, and Jamie Gray finally kept a clean sheet.

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Perranwell 4-1 Holman sports club

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39 from perranwell including the retiring tea lady who got her pic on the front cover of the programme

1 from holmans which frankly is pretty rubbish and the trouble is we all love selleys dad but every time he turns up we lose!!! My mrs decided not to bother even though perranwell had a top 80's park and I have now had to disown my 8 year old as she had the offer to go and watch Camborne play chase ball rugby and has announced she prefers that to watching the boys from blaythorne......kids are easily led!!!

On the playing front holmans were without Scott Thomas who had broken a toenail in the shower and Simon lavis who had been refused a release from the old people's home where he lives. On the plus front we welcomed back Jamie cooper whose finger has grown back. Ben Minns our goalie was away shooting an advert in a red bikini for special k (sorry if that image has just put you off your dinner) so "veteran" goalie Adam bachelor returned to the 1st team after a 33 game absence. Adam doesn't like me calling him veteran but I looked it up in the dictionary and a picture of him was right next to the word

Car crash football from the visitors in the 1st half we were all hyped up like a scene from rocky 4 (the bit with the eye of the tiger music) but ended up playing like it ain't half hot mum! 2min gone and I decided to play a crap 3yd pass into bobby Hopkins who had no chance of getting it perranwell broke and went 1-0 up...gr8!!!.......gutted!!!!

10min later a quite shabbily awarded free kick ( that's code for saying the ref made a crap decision) resulted in perranwell knocking a ball over towards the 8ft 4 giant jase blight was marking......jase made like a wet weekend in the marking for a corner stakes and we were 2-0 down and frankly the afternoon was getting pretty rubbish and our league survival odds were not looking good down william hill the bookies.

Holmans got their act together a little bit at 2-0 down but the the words stable door and horse done one are springing to mind and to compound the 1st half misery perranwell got a corner....in a cunning move I marked the 8ft 4 giant jase had been mugged by for the 2nd goal and jase picked up either Sam or Tom twin.....don't know which one lets be honest the boys look the same which is very inconsiderate!!! The ball came over no where near me and sadly ended up near jase I say near because it ended up much nearer Sam/Tom twin or more specifically their head. 3-0 The word "bugger" now springs to mind

Ht 3-0

As we came out for the 2nd half our hopes were raised that the game may be abandoned due to fog as we could hear the fog horn sounding in the distance ....... sadly it turned out it was just Paul caddy on the phone!! Game on. A much better performance from the visitors in the 2nd half who started actually managing to string two passes together and created a couple of chances. Perranwell were still looking dangerous going forward and Batchy had to pull off a couple of good saves. Holmans got a deserved consolation goal through Jason blight but then went down to 10 players as our resident emo kid Aaron Meridith aggravated his collarbone and we had just used all our subs. I was hoping to see Aaron knock his collarbone back in like mel Gibson in lethal weapon but sadly he just limped off..... I don't know why he was limping with a collarbone injury.

With 10min to go I decided to have a deep and meaningful conversation with the ref over a decision he made which also means I got to see one of those nice yellow things they carry around in their pocket and donate £10 to the charity of his choice!! 2 min later having tried out my new perfected technique of tackling with my head I was half expecting to see one of those nice yellow things again followed by one of those red things but luckily just a stern telling off and 2 mins on the naughty step meant I could see out my last game of the season. Perranwell managed to score through either Tom or Sam twin to take the score to 4-1 following a corner and then the whistle went for full time and a loss for us but on a positive note our best result down "the well" for 3 years!! The last two have been cricket scores so every cloud has a silver lining! Luckily st Ives beat mullion so the squeaky bum time is getting squeaker.

Holmans now have a nice blood and guts local derby against local rival Illogan to finish their season off on Tuesday night and I'm gutted I can't be there to exchange pleasantries with Elly in our own unique way as sadly the navy are being inconsiderate and making me work in Portsmouth for the week...gutted :( so this will be the last match report of the season and maybe on the combo thread unless Selly pulls himself away from making his millions from online poker to write a few words on a holmans victory!!

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Perranwell 4-1 Holman sports club

Att

39 from perranwell including the retiring tea lady who got her pic on the front cover of the programme

1 from holmans which frankly is pretty rubbish and the trouble is we all love selleys dad but every time he turns up we lose!!! My mrs decided not to bother even though perranwell had a top 80's park and I have now had to disown my 8 year old as she had the offer to go and watch Camborne play chase ball rugby and has announced she prefers that to watching the boys from blaythorne......kids are easily led!!!

On the playing front holmans were without Scott Thomas who had broken a toenail in the shower and Simon lavis who had been refused a release from the old people's home where he lives. On the plus front we welcomed back Jamie cooper whose finger has grown back. Ben Minns our goalie was away shooting an advert in a red bikini for special k (sorry if that image has just put you off your dinner) so "veteran" goalie Adam bachelor returned to the 1st team after a 33 game absence. Adam doesn't like me calling him veteran but I looked it up in the dictionary and a picture of him was right next to the word

Car crash football from the visitors in the 1st half we were all hyped up like a scene from rocky 4 (the bit with the eye of the tiger music) but ended up playing like it ain't half hot mum! 2min gone and I decided to play a crap 3yd pass into bobby Hopkins who had no chance of getting it perranwell broke and went 1-0 up...gr8!!!.......gutted!!!!

10min later a quite shabbily awarded free kick ( that's code for saying the ref made a crap decision) resulted in perranwell knocking a ball over towards the 8ft 4 giant jase blight was marking......jase made like a wet weekend in the marking for a corner stakes and we were 2-0 down and frankly the afternoon was getting pretty rubbish and our league survival odds were not looking good down william hill the bookies.

Holmans got their act together a little bit at 2-0 down but the the words stable door and horse done one are springing to mind and to compound the 1st half misery perranwell got a corner....in a cunning move I marked the 8ft 4 giant jase had been mugged by for the 2nd goal and jase picked up either Sam or Tom twin.....don't know which one lets be honest the boys look the same which is very inconsiderate!!! The ball came over no where near me and sadly ended up near jase I say near because it ended up much nearer Sam/Tom twin or more specifically their head. 3-0 The word "bugger" now springs to mind

Ht 3-0

As we came out for the 2nd half our hopes were raised that the game may be abandoned due to fog as we could hear the fog horn sounding in the distance ....... sadly it turned out it was just Paul caddy on the phone!! Game on. A much better performance from the visitors in the 2nd half who started actually managing to string two passes together and created a couple of chances. Perranwell were still looking dangerous going forward and Batchy had to pull off a couple of good saves. Holmans got a deserved consolation goal through Jason blight but then went down to 10 players as our resident emo kid Aaron Meridith aggravated his collarbone and we had just used all our subs. I was hoping to see Aaron knock his collarbone back in like mel Gibson in lethal weapon but sadly he just limped off..... I don't know why he was limping with a collarbone injury.

With 10min to go I decided to have a deep and meaningful conversation with the ref over a decision he made which also means I got to see one of those nice yellow things they carry around in their pocket and donate £10 to the charity of his choice!! 2 min later having tried out my new perfected technique of tackling with my head I was half expecting to see one of those nice yellow things again followed by one of those red things but luckily just a stern telling off and 2 mins on the naughty step meant I could see out my last game of the season. Perranwell managed to score through either Tom or Sam twin to take the score to 4-1 following a corner and then the whistle went for full time and a loss for us but on a positive note our best result down "the well" for 3 years!! The last two have been cricket scores so every cloud has a silver lining! Luckily st Ives beat mullion so the squeaky bum time is getting squeaker.

Holmans now have a nice blood and guts local derby against local rival Illogan to finish their season off on Tuesday night and I'm gutted I can't be there to exchange pleasantries with Elly in our own unique way as sadly the navy are being inconsiderate and making me work in Portsmouth for the week...gutted :( so this will be the last match report of the season and maybe on the combo thread unless Selly pulls himself away from making his millions from online poker to write a few words on a holmans victory!!

Pitty have me bloody crying with laughter!!!please please don't get relagated since we lost Rodney Beer's posts

we have your very entertaining match reports!!

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Total faith in my players, Thats proven by the fact that I've only used 2 of the first team all season. I just feel that your points in the bag at this stage are vital, and well done to you all for getting them. We are going well and we won't give up at any stage. Looking at the fixtures and with the team info available, find it hard to see where you will slip up apart from one possible game!!! Long live Roberto.

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It's good to see that I've been able to provide you and your advisers something to get your teeth into on this glorious Monday. Long way to go, but still a four horse race, I still think its a big lead to lose for you! x

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Ha ha Paul u love it i still found it really bizarre the posts u made it is a four horse race and the most exciting for years!!! But most definently Falmouth towns to loose!! U can't hide that fact buddy all the rest of us can do is accumulate as many points as we can and c what happens!!!

Good luck to all

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