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Wendron 2 MPad Utd 8 h/t 1-2

Wendron started with nine players due to non arrival of some players but within 15 minutes they were up to ten players but a goal down.Wendron equalised but MPad again took the lead before half time.

The main bulk of the scoring came in the last twenty minutes as Wendron tired.

Game played in the right spirit and look forward to seeing both teams later in the season.

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St Buryan 5 Truro GWRSA 1

Match abandoned around the hour mark due to an injury to Buryan skipper Luke Waller. Looks a bad one - possible broken ankle. Respect to the guys from Railway for suggesting the result stood as we only had the bare 11 players before the ambulance was called. Thanks fellas. Always a shame when this sort of thing happens, especially when it was an otherwise clean match and we were playing some really good stuff. Ref Paul Windle was excellent today and I can see why he's so highly rated - top guy. Going to be tough for us without our talisman for however long but if I can keep up my 100% pass completion record (5 minutes, 2 passes :D) we might just get through it lol. Fingers crossed for Lukey, get well soon mate.

Buryan scorers

Luke Waller 4

Pete Waller

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St Buryan 5 Truro GWRSA 1

Match abandoned around the hour mark due to an injury to Buryan skipper Luke Waller. Looks a bad one - possible broken ankle. Respect to the guys from Railway for suggesting the result stood as we only had the bare 11 players before the ambulance was called. Thanks fellas. Always a shame when this sort of thing happens, especially when it was an otherwise clean match and we were playing some really good stuff. Ref Paul Windle was excellent today and I can see why he's so highly rated - top guy. Going to be tough for us without our talisman for however long but if I can keep up my 100% pass completion record (5 minutes, 2 passes :D) we might just get through it lol. Fingers crossed for Lukey, get well soon mate.

Buryan scorers

Luke Waller 4

Pete Waller

Best wishes to Luke Waller on a speedy recovery; one of the best strikers in junior football.

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Wendron 2 MPad Utd 8 h/t 1-2

Wendron started with nine players due to non arrival of some players but within 15 minutes they were up to ten players but a goal down.Wendron equalised but MPad again took the lead before half time.

The main bulk of the scoring came in the last twenty minutes as Wendron tired.

Game played in the right spirit and look forward to seeing both teams later in the season.

Obviously the result helps, but I really enjoyed the game this morning. The game was played with a good spirit and lots of laughs between the players. Was also we reffed by Nigel.

It was a shame Wendron only had 10. It seems to be getting harder to get a team together and I'm gad to have taken a step back from running the team as we were struggling for players on Friday night. But the four guys that came in today, who would normally miss out when we have a full squad, did really well for us.

On another note, best wishes to Luke Waller.

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Zenith Data Systems Cup:

Troon 4 Camborne Park

Troon having already booked their place in the quarter-finals of the trophy played this dead rubber against Camborne Park but still wanted to keep the momentum going with another win and managed a comfortable victory to make it 5 wins out of 5 for the season. With Ady Martin out injured Troon welcomed back father of 167 children and living legend Greg Well back in goal after he'd missed the previous week following visa problems getting back into the country after a brief appearance for Afghanistan in the T20 cricket world cup. Troon also had Scott Smeeth return after the Norwegian international had been away filming a "Just for men" advert the previous week.

Yet again there was a hurricane blowing over the Troon pitch and skipper Cook decided to kick against the wind in the first half. Troon never really got out of 2nd gear all game in truth although Phil James's terrific strike from 30 yards found the bottom corner to light up a rather forgettable opening 15 minutes. With 25 minutes gone Nicholls smart turn and low drive following a long throw beat Wells at his near post for an equaliser. Troon despite having the wind against them had surprising lots of the ball although only a couple of tame efforts from Gaffa Marles really tested the Park keeper. Wills and Kellow in particular won a number of good headers to thwart Park's route one approach in what was a poor game throughout.

Troon with the wind at the backs in the 2nd half were camped in the Park half and started to fashion chances with Ash Wills aiming to make amends for his miss of the season the previous week and he almost did that with a rasping effort from range that crashed against the bar with possibly the assistance of the fingertip of the Park keeper. Cook was having a nightmare upfront but luckily strike partner Oliver never has off days and his 30 yard drive crashed in off the bar on the hour with a helping hand from the keeper to give Troon the lead. 10 minutes later and Oliver's free kick found the bottom corner to surely seal the points. Wells did make one camera save from a free-kick although he was rarely tested throughout.

Ashley Wills was booked after being roasted by the Park right winger and then kicking the ball away in disgust - Marles soon saw sense and replaced the sluggish looking Wills. Wise also came on for Marles and made a series of brutal but fair tackles. Woodman had a golden chance to put the game out of sight after making the kind of forward run a 30 goal a season striker would have been proud of and following a poor punch from the Park keeper connected perfectly on the half volley unleasing a pile driver from 10 yards that seemed certain to burst the back of the net but a sudden gust of wind just carried the ball over the bar denying what seemed a certain rare goal for the cultured centre back. Scott Lake with only minutes remaining pushed sub Greg Stephens in the box and Stephens himself got up and lashed the penalty into the roof of the net for the last meaningful action of the game to make it 4-1 to Troon although the team will have to raise their game following this under par performance if the side are to challenge for trophies this season.

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