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Please can you post your results, goal scorers and attendances on this thread please or you could text me on 07597907549 with any details.

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Cornwall Combination League

8th September 2012

Illogan RBL (Dominic Pullen, Simon Ellis, James Martin, Dan Bowman) 4-2 Penryn Athletic Reserves (Paul Hart, Steve Kellow)

Att - 60

Ludgvan (Charlie Penny) 1-3 Falmouth Town Reserves (Luke wort, Luke Murray, Dave Rawlings)

Att - 35

Newquay Reserves (Alex Cole 2, Cameron Bidgood) 3-5 St Ives Town (Jowan May 3, Ian Hodges 2)

Att - 30

Pendeen Rovers (Andrew House, Stuart Strong) 2-1 Perranwell (Matt Rose)

Att - 50

Porthleven Reserves (Gavin Perraton) 1-6 Goonhavern Athletic (Paul Robertson 2, Ben Lawrence 2, Craig Barclay, Martin Bennetts)

Att - 30

St Day (Ryan Trathen, Shane Richards) 2-0 St Just

Att - 65

Troon (Ashley Smeeth 2, Dan Richards, Ollie Perkins) 4-2 Mullion (Chris Ensink 2)

Att - 32

Wendron United (Liam Trathen, Tom Langford ) 2-1 Hayle Reserves (AJ Lilley)

Att - 34

POS TEAM PL W D L F A GD PTS

1 PENDEEN ROVERS 7 5 2 0 14 7 7 17

2 ILLOGAN RBL 7 5 1 1 19 8 11 16

3 FALMOUTH TOWN RESERVES 6 5 0 1 22 8 14 15

4 ST IVES TOWN 7 4 3 0 18 11 7 15

5 GOONHARVEN ATHLETIC 6 4 1 1 18 9 9 13

6 MULLION 7 4 1 2 19 15 4 13

7 ST AGNES 6 4 0 2 23 14 9 12

8 WENDRON UNITED 7 4 0 3 17 14 3 12

9 ST DAY 6 3 2 1 13 7 6 11

10 PERRANWELL 7 2 2 3 12 12 0 8

11 PENRYN ATHLETIC RESERVES 6 2 1 3 10 11 -1 7

12 HAYLE RESERVES 6 2 1 3 11 14 -3 7

13 TROON 6 2 0 4 15 13 2 6

14 ST JUST 7 2 0 5 11 14 -3 6

15 LUDGVAN 7 2 0 5 14 19 -5 6

16 RNAS CULDROSE 2 1 1 0 5 3 2 4

17 NEWQUAY RESERVES 7 1 1 5 7 22 -15 4

18 FALMOUTH ATHLETIC 5 1 0 4 8 22 -14 3

19 HOLMAN SC 6 1 0 5 6 25 -19 3

20 PORTHLEVEN RESERVES 6 0 0 6 7 20 -13 0

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Perranwell played well today away to Pendean and will feel aggrieved they have come away with no points to show for their dominant display.

Jimmy Thompson put the Well 1-0 up after 20 minutes after closing down the keeper well. They had as many as 5 clear cut chances to increase their lead before the break but failed to take advantage. After the break Pendean looked brighter but again it was Perranwell piling on all the pressure to no avail.

Pendean equalised controvertialy on the 80th minute after the young midfielder got down the right before firing against the post, the ball rebounded out to a player on the edge of the box who hit it towards goal, a Pendean player on the 6 yard line then stepped over the ball directly in front of the keeper on its way into the net (making him active?!). Pendean then had the momentum and with 5 minutes remaining again Pendean played the ball down the line before cutting back to the edge of the 6 yard box where an unmarked player had an easy tap in.

Final score Pendean 2-1 Perranwell

Att 50

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St Day 2 - St Just 0

A goal in each half gave St Day the victory. Both teams played some good football, the St Day attack looking quick and dangerous. However, in the second half St Day hung on to their one goal lead against a resolute St Just, who went close to scoring on a number of occasions.

St Day's second goal came late in the game, despite some superb defending by Toby Cape and Rob Troon for the Tinners. A good game to watch on a warm sunny afternoon.

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Papa Boupa Banter... We're you at the right game mate? There was no own goal in this game pal! Also 70 minutes of that game was played in the Pendeen half with chances coming thick and fast. Any striker on his day playing up top for Perranwell today would of had a hat full. The Perranwell keeper made two saves all game how can you refute Pendeen were the poorer team?..

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Gossipman I never said that the pendeen keeper had saves to make, but thats not to say there wern't chances. The Perranwell boys just didn't have their shooting boots on today. In short I agree with Striker8, but feel Perranwell will be aggrieved that they could not see it out as the rarely looked threatened.

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as a neutral , I would like to comment on the Pendeen game today. mini match u r just a bit over the top, Perranwell defo had the 1st half, 2nd half Pendeen stepped up as they have in previous games, and as sonn as they scored 1 , there was only 1 outcome, pendeen win. Pendeen have a very young squad poss 5-6 players u 19, and fight to the end of every game. A fantastic start of the season for Pendeen , no budget, just a squad of mostly youngsters enjoying and learning the game.

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Ludgvan scorer gerens James

Evenly contested match .. Falmouth applied a lot of pressure in the second half without creating any real clear chances until the goal ..

Both teams missed penalties, almost identical aswell.

Falmouth by far the best team we've come up against this year and although it hurts to say it probably just deserved it in the end.

Just a quick mention to our groundsman who had the pitch looking immaculate today, I'm sure Falmouth would agree ..

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Papa Boupa Banter... We're you at the right game mate? There was no own goal in this game pal! Also 70 minutes of that game was played in the Pendeen half with chances coming thick and fast. Any striker on his day playing up top for Perranwell today would of had a hat full. The Perranwell keeper made two saves all game how can you refute Pendeen were the poorer team?..

Perranwell will have to dip into their jelly bean bag to get a good striker in!!!!

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Perranwell played well today away to Pendean and will feel aggrieved they have come away with no points to show for their dominant display.

Jimmy Thompson put the Well 1-0 up after 20 minutes after closing down the keeper well. They had as many as 5 clear cut chances to increase their lead before the break but failed to take advantage. After the break Pendean looked brighter but again it was Perranwell piling on all the pressure to no avail.

Pendean equalised controvertialy on the 80th minute after the young midfielder got down the right before firing against the post, the ball rebounded out to a player on the edge of the box who hit it towards goal, a Pendean player on the 6 yard line then stepped over the ball directly in front of the keeper on its way into the net (making him active?!). Pendean then had the momentum and with 5 minutes remaining again Pendean played the ball down the line before cutting back to the edge of the 6 yard box where an unmarked player had an easy tap in.

Final score Pendean 2-1 Perranwell

Att 50

mini mitch i dont no what game your reporting on, but the game i watched was nothing like you reported. perranwell had the lions share of possesion in the first half without createing ANY clear cut chances, were you got five from god only nos. perranwells deserved opener came when a back pass to the keeper hit a divit and the pendeen keeper missed kicked and your forward followed up to score. in the second half neither side created a clear chance until 20mins from time when pendeen changed things around and duley equlised,. five mins later they got their second and had chances to add to this. were the controversee comes from only you no. pendeen battled to the end once again and deserved the result because they scored twice and perranwell only once,simples. best of luck to the well for the season.
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7 games in and pendeen still undefeated, like theres only 1 no9 said pendeen are playing with no budget and getting results! which is causing jealousy amongst others. I say long may it continue........it's great for cornish football as it proves there are still some players out there that don't just turm up for the money.

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7 games in and pendeen still undefeated, like theres only 1 no9 said pendeen are playing with no budget and getting results! which is causing jealousy amongst others. I say long may it continue........it's great for cornish football as it proves there are still some players out there that don't just turm up for the money.

I should know this, having lived in the fair town of St Ives for 24 years.. but I'm under the assumption that St Ives aren't being paid either, and are currently undefeated too?

I may be horribly wrong, so apologies if I am. And, although they are technically the enemy to my little club.. pleased to see St Ives 1st team doing well

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7 games in and pendeen still undefeated, like theres only 1 no9 said pendeen are playing with no budget and getting results! which is causing jealousy amongst others. I say long may it continue........it's great for cornish football as it proves there are still some players out there that don't just turm up for the money.

I should know this, having lived in the fair town of St Ives for 24 years.. but I'm under the assumption that St Ives aren't being paid either, and are currently undefeated too?

I may be horribly wrong, so apologies if I am. And, although they are technically the enemy to my little club.. pleased to see St Ives 1st team doing well

I was just using pendeen as an example mate! to be honest with you I like to see any club who doesn't pay players do well!!

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7 games in and pendeen still undefeated, like theres only 1 no9 said pendeen are playing with no budget and getting results! which is causing jealousy amongst others. I say long may it continue........it's great for cornish football as it proves there are still some players out there that don't just turm up for the money.

I should know this, having lived in the fair town of St Ives for 24 years.. but I'm under the assumption that St Ives aren't being paid either, and are currently undefeated too?

I may be horribly wrong, so apologies if I am. And, although they are technically the enemy to my little club.. pleased to see St Ives 1st team doing well

I was just using pendeen as an example mate! to be honest with you I like to see any club who doesn't pay players do well!!

Aye me too.. to be honest my post was actually more of a question than a statement!

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Think Hayles pitch will have something to say about that matey -

And Wendron's

Have they removed the bog down the dug out touchline then?

The 'bog' is a frequent visitor in the Winter months still but hopefully the pitch will hold up this season as I don't think we have many home games over that part of the season due to bizarre fixturing. No doubting the quality of the pitch though, the late great Jack Prwose won an extremely prestigious National FA award which escapes me this moment for the quality of the work he did and the conditioning of the pitch. The Underlane was even commended with Jack on Sky Sports News.

No doubting Hayle's quality of pitch though, been the best in the West for a while now.

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