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Plymouth Parkway End Of Season Report

Overall Grade

B+ for the season as a whole . A decent start , a calamity in the FA Vase away to Ifracombe , a well documented collective clocking out from a group of individuals in January and February which reached a low point away to Liskeard and home to Bovey , then a rebuilt side going on to win 10 out of the last 16 in the league to restore pride .

Top Marks

Jon Heveran . Plenty of strength and authority at the back ,and a threat in opposition boxes from set pieces .Barely had a bad game all season , especially when back in partnership with Marc Bonney .

Mentions though for pertetual motion Lee Doel ,John Wyatt and a rejuvenated Lee Bevan .

Bottom Of The Class

A few contenders unfortunately . The award goes to Sam Stevens who resembled a ginger mannequin at times . Sorry Sam .(you only narrowly edged out Danny Zalick though )

Best Goal

Glyn Hobbs' free kick against Saltash,John Wyatt's volley against the Marines,Shane Krac's lob against Blazey and a couple of Lee Doel and Paul Heveran screamers come to mind . But I'm going to go with Ryan Richards' lob that opened the scoring against Falmouth .

Best Footballing Moment

Thought about either winning four three away to Saltash on the opening evening after being three down down at half time or Lee Rundle's bizarre attempted scorpion kick home to Falmouth which put Ryan Richards in on goal .

I have gone for the five nil away win at Witheridge . This was after a thoroughly miserable week when we were anxiously wondering if we would even get a side out . A few previously fringe players,who possibly would not even have played if the "big names" had stayed,stood up and set the tempo for the rest of the season.

Best Non Footballing Moment

The debut of the Parkway Poznan away at Tavistock,The Bald One being warned about his behaviour on entering the ground at Ilfracombe ,an individual with bad wind away at Falmouth or The Bald One winning the Fifty Fifty at Penzance ( and thanking the locals for their money).

The winner though is the old woman in the bar at Blazey after the game who enquired "have you tried them new Wotsit crisp things?" , in a very random fashion .

Worst Away Trip

A few contenders again . The Ilfracombe away trip was a disaster from start to finish , one or two players were never the same after that . Elburton away on Boxing Day when several players looked , and played, like they had enjoyed a decent Christmas Day and Bodmin Town away in the League Cup . A bitterly cold afternoon in a dump of a ground with no pasties and a group of thoroughly unpleasant supporters , we surrendered the Cup with a pretty toothless display and saw the last of Dennis Mason in a fit of petulance .

The "winner" though is the three-nil away defeat to Liskeard . An absolute low for the season , two sendings off ,and lots of bickering and infighting from a group of players who scarcely disguised how little they wanted to be there

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Plymouth Parkway End Of Season Report

Overall Grade

B+ for the season as a whole . A decent start , a calamity in the FA Vase away to Ifracombe , a well documented collective clocking out from a group of individuals in January and February which reached a low point away to Liskeard and home to Bovey , then a rebuilt side going on to win 10 out of the last 16 in the league to restore pride .

Top Marks

Jon Heveran . Plenty of strength and authority at the back ,and a threat in opposition boxes from set pieces .Barely had a bad game all season , especially when back in partnership with Marc Bonney .

Mentions though for pertetual motion Lee Doel ,John Wyatt and a rejuvenated Lee Bevan .

Bottom Of The Class

A few contenders unfortunately . The award goes to Sam Stevens who resembled a ginger mannequin at times . Sorry Sam .(you only narrowly edged out Danny Zalick though )

Best Goal

Glyn Hobbs' free kick against Saltash,John Wyatt's volley against the Marines,Shane Krac's lob against Blazey and a couple of Lee Doel and Paul Heveran screamers come to mind . But I'm going to go with Ryan Richards' lob that opened the scoring against Falmouth .

Best Footballing Moment

Thought about either winning four three away to Saltash on the opening evening after being three down down at half time or Lee Rundle's bizarre attempted scorpion kick home to Falmouth which put Ryan Richards in on goal .

I have gone for the five nil away win at Witheridge . This was after a thoroughly miserable week when we were anxiously wondering if we would even get a side out . A few previously fringe players,who possibly would not even have played if the "big names" had stayed,stood up and set the tempo for the rest of the season.

Best Non Footballing Moment

The debut of the Parkway Poznan away at Tavistock,The Bald One being warned about his behaviour on entering the ground at Ilfracombe ,an individual with bad wind away at Falmouth or The Bald One winning the Fifty Fifty at Penzance ( and thanking the locals for their money).

The winner though is the old woman in the bar at Blazey after the game who enquired "have you tried them new Wotsit crisp things?" , in a very random fashion .

Worst Away Trip

A few contenders again . The Ilfracombe away trip was a disaster from start to finish , one or two players were never the same after that . Elburton away on Boxing Day when several players looked , and played, like they had enjoyed a decent Christmas Day and Bodmin Town away in the League Cup . A bitterly cold afternoon in a dump of a ground with no pasties and a group of thoroughly unpleasant supporters , we surrendered the Cup with a pretty toothless display and saw the last of Dennis Mason in a fit of petulance .

The "winner" though is the three-nil away defeat to Liskeard . An absolute low for the season , two sendings off ,and lots of bickering and infighting from a group of players who scarcely disguised how little they wanted to be there

And bearing in mind you could still end up in the top 3 I would say its a season to remember.

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Elburton Villa End Of Season Review 2011/12

SWPL Achievements: Highest finish (11th), most wins (16), most goals scored (66), highest points tally (53).

St. Lukes Bowl: Beat Western League opposition (Elmore), furthest in competition losing to Argyle at Home Park in Quarter Final.

Wins to remember: 4-0 Buckland (h) , 3-1 Falmouth (h) , 5-4 Launceston (h), 2-1 Parkway (h), 1-5 Torpoint (a).

Losses to forget: 1-4 Saltash (h), 0-5 Bodmin (a), 0-5 Parkway (a).

Overall: Slow start to the season but improved from October onwards. Plenty of up's and down's but earnt the just results. Great set of players who have been a pleasure to work with. THANK YOU for your hard work and commitment from Wez, Bowds, Gord and myself.

Looking forward to season 2012/13 :thumbsup:

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Buckland Athletic End Of Season Report

Overall Grade

A For the season as a whole . gaining promotion to The Toolstation Western Premier League,Winning the Charity Shield against Plymouth Parkway thumping six goals pass them, Winning the Westinsure St Lukes Bowl by totally outclassing Evostick Southern League outfit Tiverton Town and being the only side in league or cup meetings to have stopped Bodmin Town from scoring. And of course reaching the Throgmorton Cup Final and losing in the cruellest of manners on sudden death penalties, all this achieved with probably the smallest first team playing squad in the league, something that will definitely have to be looked at next season.

Top Marks

Liam Drew. Hasn’t missed a single Buckland Game this season.

At just 24 years old is the "senior player" of the squad having made 221 first team appearances .Always gives 100% and is rightly recognised as probably the best right back in the SWPL.

Also Gary Fisher who stepped into the centre half position after a career ending injury to Bucklands legendary skipper Ben Williamson as had a terrific season with The Bucks.

Danny Lewis has also had a cracking season and has been a stalwart in midfield.

Liam Moseley has been outstanding up front and caused no end of problems to defences in particular Tivertons. Chris Wright has also been on fire towards the end of the season netting no fewer than 11 goals in four games.

But to be honest the whole team gets top marks from us.

Bottom Of The Class

Far to kind to nominate someone for this section, but we do have an Achilles heel in the team and again that needs to be looked at next season.

Best Goal

Two here.

Dean Stevens in the St Lukes Bowl v Tavistock FC @ Homers Heath.

Tavistock had just pulled a goal back and from the re start Lynchy nudged the ball forward to recommence play, and Deano spotting the Tavvy keeper off his line hit a 55 yarder into the roof of the Tavvy net , absolutely stunning the Tavvy bench and indeed all of us !!

Gavin Hammon .

SWPL Dartmouth away.

Hammo picked up the ball outside of his own 18 yard box ran the full length of the pitch leaving Dartmouth players in his track and hit a low stinging shot to the right of keeper.

Best Footballing Moment

Outclassing Tiverton in the St Lukes Bowl Final and beating a Torquay United Side 3.0 that started with six full time pros in the quarter final.

Also holding Taunton Town at theirs 1 1 in the FA cup and thumping Ilfracombe Town 4 0 up there in the FA cup too.

And of course thumping Liskeard at home 6 0 to gain promotion to The Western Premier League.

Worst footballing moment

Dartmouth @ Home . Witnessing a two footed straight red card challenge that snapped Ben Williamsons leg in two so ending his career.

There are a few players in this league that need to take a look at their own style of play and see just what can happen with what can only be described as criminal challenges !

Best Non Footballing Moment

Non really but Karen as won the 50/50 on six occasions and Camelford still get my nomination for the pasty cup !

Worst non footballing moment

was buying a ticket away at St Austell in the belief that it was a 50/50 draw with a near on 600 gate only to discover that first prize was a bottle of Liebfraumilch !!!

No wonder they call him "Money Man " ! ;)

Worst Away Trip

Easy.

Losing 7.0 away to Bodmin and at the same time losing our confidence and momentum for the next few games.

A few others.

Allowing Elburton to boss us all over the park and lose 4 0 , an absolutely dire performance against Witheridge ( losing 4 2 ) when we needed the win (2 points ) to be sure of promotion.

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