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Thanks to Keith Franks, Fixtures Secretary Duchy League

KMD Developments Duchy Knockout Cup Round 1

Lanreath (2) P - P Lamerton (P)

St. Dominick (1) 0 - 4 Lostwithiel (2)

Bodmin Sports Trophies Duchy League Cup Round 1

Roche (3) 5 - 5 AET Gerrans & St. Mawes United (2)

Won 3 - 4 on penalties

Trims & Windows Reserves Team Cup Round 1

Mevagissey Reserves (4) H - W Calstock Reserves (3)

Premier Division

AFC St. Austell 3 - 0 Bodmin Saints

Calstock 4 - 5 Fowey United

St. Columb Major 2 - 6 Mevagissey

St. Mawgan N / R St. Cleer

St. Newlyn East 3 - 2 Torpoint Athletic

Saltash United 5 - 3 Probus

First Division

Biscovey 1 - 1 Maker with Rame

Gunnislake P - P Godolphin Atlantic

Looe Town 1 - 5 Pensilva

Polperro 2 - 1 Altarnun

St. Dennis 0 - 4 Grampound

Week St. Mary 0 - 2 Pelynt

Second Division

AFC Bodmin 1 - 5 North Petherwin

St. Breward 2 - 2 Boscastle

Foxhole Stars 2 - 0 Sticker

Premier Sixes 2 - 1 Queens Rangers

Third Division

Callington Town 2 - 4 Lanivet Inn

Camelford 1 - 2 St. Stephen

Holywell & Cubert 1 - 3 Delabole United

Tregony 1 - 3 St. Minver

Welcome Inn 2 - 3 Stoke Climsland

Fourth Division

Grampound Reserves P - P Lifton

North Hill 4 - 2 Gorran

Pensilva Reserves 3 - 1 Wadebridge Town

St. Cleer Reserves 0 - 2 St. Teath

St. Neot 3 - 3 Gunnislake Reserves

Tintagel 2 - 1 Torpoint Comrades

Fifth Division

Altarnun Reserves 0 - 6 Veryan

North Petherwin Reserves 3 - 2 St. Mawgan Reserves

Pelynt Reserves 7 - 0 Boscastle Reserves

St. Merryn 10 - 1 St. Newlyn East Reserves

St. Minver Reserves 1 - 1 St. Columb Major Reserves

Southgate 10 - 3 Duke of Cornwall

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Foxhole v Sticker

Foxhole won the local derby against Sticker 2-0, in what was a good match to watch and play in.

Sam Leaney & Jamie Robinson the goal scorers. Sticker are a good young team who play nice football which is nice to see. Good luck to Sticker for the rest of the season.

Well done to Anita Gittens on a well reffed game.

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St. Minver 1 - 1 Major Reserves

It was a tale of two missed second half penalties as Major Reserves collected a point on their travels. Given recent results, this was always going to be a tight encounter with both sides keen to play their football. Major started positively and as they started to put the hosts under pressure they could have found themselves behind early on when an opportunist strike whistled past the post and into the side netting.

Major manager Nigel Worrall was forced into a reshuffle, with midfielder Simon Mitchell dropping into defence and defender Michael Rabone deputising in goal for the absent Eliot Clarke. It was Rabone's long clearances that posed the biggest difficulty for the St. Minver defence; Luke Worrrall latched on to a flick-on to execute a neat volley that was disallowed for offside and Jay Tipton may have done better when he collected Rabone's long ball only to strike over when well placed to score.

St. Minver were limited to a couple of long-range efforts and Major struggled to gain any sort of momentum as the ball was frequently lost in midfield, with both sides lacking any sort of cutting edge going forward. There was very little of note as the first half came to a conclusion. Thankfully the second half proved to be a slightly more lively affair.

St. Minver looked more promising going forward but it was unclear to how a clear cut opportunity would be generated whilst the experienced Mitchell and Craig Hayes protected the Major goal with the support of impressive youngster David Menhenitt. A much needed breakthrough occurred when some persistence on the right paid off; Jay Tipton's effort was rewarded when a neat move involving Olly Kernick resulted in striker Luke Worrall latching on to Kernick's pass, holding off his marker and driving goalwards to smash home from close range to give the visitors the edge.

Despite Major having the advantage, the home side were enjoying more possession and Rabone was forced to tip over a long range free kick that looked destined for the top corner. St. Minver had the chance to equalise when a deep corner dropped invitingly at the far post, however, the resulting strike from close range flew high and wide. St. Minver finally restored parity midway through the second half when a right wing corner was inexplicably flicked past his own goalkeeper at the near post by Jason Rid to gift the home side an equaliser from the most unlikely of sources. Despite the setback, the visitors finally started to play some football and smart link-up play between Steve Marsh, Simon Mitchell and Olly Kernick, who by this stage had joined Luke Worrall in attack, demonstrated that Major were not willing to settle for a point.

For a moment an away win looked unlikely as the home side were gifted a penalty when an innocuous tangle outside the box resulted in the match official pointing to the spot, yet Rabone was untroubled as the spot kick was dragged horribly wide of the target. This only served to drive Major on and midfielder Steve Marsh, making his last appearance for Major, almost put the visitors ahead when his long-range strike dipped over the goalkeeper and smashed the crossbar, bouncing away to safety. It was another long clearance from Rabone, who had clumsily allowed an earlier cross to flash across goal, that carved out another opportunity for Major and a great chance to win the game was presented when Worrall was taken down by the goalkeeper when clean through on goal.

The referee pointed to the spot and opted to take no further action. Jamie Tipton's relatively tame spot kick was clawed away and the game remained on a knife edge. Jason Rid almost popped up with the winner when his stunning angled drive was seemingly tipped just wide by the goalkeeper, however, the referee failed to recognise the fine save, giving a goal kick as a result.

A share of the points may arguably have been a fair outcome as clear cut opportunities were few and far between, however, Major will be disappointed not to have edged a victory in a very close game.

Man of the match - David Menhenitt.

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Welcome Inn 2 Stoke Climsland 3

A very poor start made by Welcome only gave the visitors the encouragement to push forward and scoring a great goal by the young lively forward who was injured during the game which forced him off. Stoke then went and scored a 2nd after some more good build up play given to them by some more needless football by the home team who resorted into trying to go it alone out of their own box. It's no good shouting you had no options after you have been tackled, if you have no one to pass to get rid of it!!! Even the best in the world resort to this when under pressure. Welcome pulled a goal back by Roary lewis who was brave enough in a one on one to poke it past the on rushing keeper. Welcome should of pushed on now but again a long ball from their centre half caught everyone out ( looked way off side ) and the sub poked it past the goalie. 3 - 1 at half time and a few words said didnt have the desired effect - a slightly better 2nd half all in Stokes half but only a 2 nd goal for Roary to show for all the huff and puff. 2 good chances missed by Tom and Scott but to be fair they were only scrappy rebound chances. Stoke have now done the double over Welcome hopefully this will be the only team to do this!!

Welcome Inn Man of the Match - Roary Lewis 2 goals and loads of running.

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Afc Bodmin 1-5 north Petherwin

The scoreline suggests an easy win for Petherwin but this was far from the case. Bodmin started the stronger team and created a couple half chances before Petherwin took the lead when poor marking lead to the ball dropping to the Petherwin striker, who fired home from close range. Petherwin made it 2-0 when they were awarded a penalty, which was placed into the top corner. Bodmin went in at half time knowing they were still in the game and pulled one back when dan Hadley headed in from haggetts cross. The next 25 mins were all Bodmin, pinning Petherwin back into their own half and creating some good chances, but a combination of good defending and goalkeeping kept them at bay. Bodmin had a good shout for a penalty which could have levelled the game up but Petherwin broke forward to re-gain their 2 goal advantage. This knocked the wind out of Bodmin and Petherwin scored 2 more late on to complete a flattering scoreline. Fair play to north Petherwin, always a sign of a good side when you can soak up the pressure and take your chances infront of goal, a really good bunch of lads too.

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Foxhole v Sticker

Foxhole won the local derby against Sticker 2-0, in what was a good match to watch and play in.

Sam Leaney & Jamie Robinson the goal scorers. Sticker are a good young team who play nice football which is nice to see. Good luck to Sticker for the rest of the season.

Well done to Anita Gittens on a well reffed game.

Was a good natured game for a local derby, windy conditions and two evenly matched teams..... Foxholes experiance probably told in the end, with good finsihes from Jamie Robinson and Sam Leaney. Richard Osbourne doing very well in goal for what was a very young Sticker side that will go from strength to strength in years to come if they stay together.

Always nice to keep a clean sheet Foxhole...... Jamie Robinson with the man of the match award.

Matt Ravenscroft and James Bragg making impressive appearances from the bench today as well, giving Foxes manager a few headaches for the next game :)

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Afc Bodmin 1-5 north Petherwin

The scoreline suggests an easy win for Petherwin but this was far from the case. Bodmin started the stronger team and created a couple half chances before Petherwin took the lead when poor marking lead to the ball dropping to the Petherwin striker, who fired home from close range. Petherwin made it 2-0 when they were awarded a penalty, which was placed into the top corner. Bodmin went in at half time knowing they were still in the game and pulled one back when dan Hadley headed in from haggetts cross. The next 25 mins were all Bodmin, pinning Petherwin back into their own half and creating some good chances, but a combination of good defending and goalkeeping kept them at bay. Bodmin had a good shout for a penalty which could have levelled the game up but Petherwin broke forward to re-gain their 2 goal advantage. This knocked the wind out of Bodmin and Petherwin scored 2 more late on to complete a flattering scoreline. Fair play to north Petherwin, always a sign of a good side when you can soak up the pressure and take your chances infront of goal, a really good bunch of lads too.

Absolutely spot on....thought it was very tight and we needed our keeper on form to keep you chaps out esp 1st ten minutes. The pressure after half time was as you mentioned full on and we had to really dig in and hold the slight advantage but thought we rode the storm and then countered well to grab a couple and secure the points. We were delighted with the result as have never picked up points at your pitch a man did we need to battle to get some today. Sure you guys will pick up plenty along the way to May too.

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Roche 5-5st mawes .st mawes win 4-3 on pens,great game with st mawes taking a 2 nil lead then Roche goin 3-2 up.3 all then 4-3 to Roche 4 all at the end of time.st mawes goin 5-4 up Roche having man sent off then equalising near the end of extra time penalties ensued with st mawes winning in sudden death.st mawes goals Adrian Clode 2 Ronaldo 2 Glynn Hitchings 1 penalties scored by Adrian Clode ,Chris Thomas, Charlie Andrew ,and the winner by Haydon Andrew.great game to be involved in good bunch of lads at Roche ref was a bit fast with the cards but overall not bad.

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Calstock 4 - 5 fowey

the 2nd team from last season was reformed today with replacements for the players we lost. Held our own against fowey and to be honest couldve got a point. 4-1 down at half time but we showed our character and finished 5-4 losers. Lost are heads in the 1st half and tried to push to early when we were on top. Learning curve but things will improve.

Big step up from duchy 4 last year but we know we have a challenge to get out of the mess the previous side have left us in.

Man of the match was mike brown who got all 4 goals today.

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Duchy Knockout Cup

St Dominick (1) 0 - 4 Lostwithiel (2)

A game that Lostwithiel dominated from start to finish. A decent playing surface which the away side utilised with some excellent passing and movement. It didn't take long to break the dead lock after St Dominick failed to clear their lines from a corner, the ball was fired back in from the edge of the box by Kevin Morcom and took a couple of deflections on its way into the net. The away side continued to press and secured a penalty after Ryan Searle was blatantly bundled from behind in the 6 yard box. Skipper James 'GayBear' Hutchings dispatched the penalty into the right-hand corner to take a 2-0 lead into the break.

The 2nd half was more of the same as the away side dominated physically and possession wise. A neat move saw James Hutchings finish calmy to make it 3-0 and then another slick 3 pass move was finished off by Hutchings as he swivelled and smashed a left foot drive into the top corner to complete his hatrick, making it 4-0. The home side had rarely threatened but late on a long range strike hit the crossbar and dropped for what looked like an easy tap in from 2 yards but the St Dominick player shanked his effort wide to spurn a consolation goal.

The match finished 4-0 and as the scoreline suggests was a very comfortable win for Lostwithiel who could have easily won this game by a greater margin! The result never looked in doubt and the away side look forward to either Fowey or Foxhole in the last 16.

Good luck to St Dominick for the remainder of their Duchy 1 campaign.....a young side who have some very tidy players but who perhaps lack the experience and physical strength at the moment.

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St. Minver 1 - 1 Major Reserves

It was a tale of two missed second half penalties as Major Reserves collected a point on their travels. Given recent results, this was always going to be a tight encounter with both sides keen to play their football. Major started positively and as they started to put the hosts under pressure they could have found themselves behind early on when an opportunist strike whistled past the post and into the side netting.

Major manager Nigel Worrall was forced into a reshuffle, with midfielder Simon Mitchell dropping into defence and defender Michael Rabone deputising in goal for the absent Eliot Clarke. It was Rabone's long clearances that posed the biggest difficulty for the St. Minver defence; Luke Worrrall latched on to a flick-on to execute a neat volley that was disallowed for offside and Jay Tipton may have done better when he collected Rabone's long ball only to strike over when well placed to score.

St. Minver were limited to a couple of long-range efforts and Major struggled to gain any sort of momentum as the ball was frequently lost in midfield, with both sides lacking any sort of cutting edge going forward. There was very little of note as the first half came to a conclusion. Thankfully the second half proved to be a slightly more lively affair.

St. Minver looked more promising going forward but it was unclear to how a clear cut opportunity would be generated whilst the experienced Mitchell and Craig Hayes protected the Major goal with the support of impressive youngster David Menhenitt. A much needed breakthrough occurred when some persistence on the right paid off; Jay Tipton's effort was rewarded when a neat move involving Olly Kernick resulted in striker Luke Worrall latching on to Kernick's pass, holding off his marker and driving goalwards to smash home from close range to give the visitors the edge.

Despite Major having the advantage, the home side were enjoying more possession and Rabone was forced to tip over a long range free kick that looked destined for the top corner. St. Minver had the chance to equalise when a deep corner dropped invitingly at the far post, however, the resulting strike from close range flew high and wide. St. Minver finally restored parity midway through the second half when a right wing corner was inexplicably flicked past his own goalkeeper at the near post by Jason Rid to gift the home side an equaliser from the most unlikely of sources. Despite the setback, the visitors finally started to play some football and smart link-up play between Steve Marsh, Simon Mitchell and Olly Kernick, who by this stage had joined Luke Worrall in attack, demonstrated that Major were not willing to settle for a point.

For a moment an away win looked unlikely as the home side were gifted a penalty when an innocuous tangle outside the box resulted in the match official pointing to the spot, yet Rabone was untroubled as the spot kick was dragged horribly wide of the target. This only served to drive Major on and midfielder Steve Marsh, making his last appearance for Major, almost put the visitors ahead when his long-range strike dipped over the goalkeeper and smashed the crossbar, bouncing away to safety. It was another long clearance from Rabone, who had clumsily allowed an earlier cross to flash across goal, that carved out another opportunity for Major and a great chance to win the game was presented when Worrall was taken down by the goalkeeper when clean through on goal.

The referee pointed to the spot and opted to take no further action. Jamie Tipton's relatively tame spot kick was clawed away and the game remained on a knife edge. Jason Rid almost popped up with the winner when his stunning angled drive was seemingly tipped just wide by the goalkeeper, however, the referee failed to recognise the fine save, giving a goal kick as a result.

A share of the points may arguably have been a fair outcome as clear cut opportunities were few and far between, however, Major will be disappointed not to have edged a victory in a very close game.

Man of the match - David Menhenitt.

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Tregony 1 St.Minver 3

This was a well contested match, the home side battled hard to keep Minver at bay. It took till 44th minute for Minver to undo Tregony with Joe Robinson getting the opener. Minver worked hard to put the game to bed and a great corner from Steve Wottoon was headed home by Chris Simmons. Joe Robinson struck again for 3-0. Tregony got a late consolation. tregony were a good bunch working hard for each other. I will say all my years in football I witnessed the most shocking sending off of Dan Witts EVER. Nobody could believe it even Tregony were stuned. It is sad when the man in the middle thinks he is more immportant than everyone else & marred what was a good game.

MOTM Minver Joe Robinson.

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Duchy Knockout Cup

St Dominick (1) 0 - 4 Lostwithiel (2)

A game that Lostwithiel dominated from start to finish. A decent playing surface which the away side utilised with some excellent passing and movement. It didn't take long to break the dead lock after St Dominick failed to clear their lines from a corner, the ball was fired back in from the edge of the box by Kevin Morcom and took a couple of deflections on its way into the net. The away side continued to press and secured a penalty after Ryan Searle was blatantly bundled from behind in the 6 yard box. Skipper James 'GayBear' Hutchings dispatched the penalty into the right-hand corner to take a 2-0 lead into the break.

The 2nd half was more of the same as the away side dominated physically and possession wise. A neat move saw James Hutchings finish calmy to make it 3-0 and then another slick 3 pass move was finished off by Hutchings as he swivelled and smashed a left foot drive into the top corner to complete his hatrick, making it 4-0. The home side had rarely threatened but late on a long range strike hit the crossbar and dropped for what looked like an easy tap in from 2 yards but the St Dominick player shanked his effort wide to spurn a consolation goal.

The match finished 4-0 and as the scoreline suggests was a very comfortable win for Lostwithiel who could have easily won this game by a greater margin! The result never looked in doubt and the away side look forward to either Fowey or Foxhole in the last 16.

Good luck to St Dominick for the remainder of their Duchy 1 campaign.....a young side who have some very tidy players but who perhaps lack the experience and physical strength at the moment.

Totally agree with your write up, 90% of our squad are 19 and under with 4 older heads, we're looking to finish in duchy one and build for a couple seasons time with more youngsters comin through and helping them into men's football, being one of the oldest at 25 in a men's team is weird but we take one game at a time and build on it game by game, ur 2 old guys in the middle give football a good name easy ball pass n move with a combined age of at least 170 ???? Lol 2 genuine and nice blokes who like to play football,
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St Neot 3-3 Gunnislake

Good game played at Menheniot by both sides, St Neot tried a new formation which worked really well playing some lovely football. Another hat-trick by the young talent Adam Gregory had nearly put St Neot in place for 3 points but a late equaliser saw the spoils shared! Gunnislake were a strong side who played some good football but after seeing the other discussion on here St Neot may have played some Duchy 1 players too meaning the performance was even better!

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Duchy Knockout Cup

St Dominick (1) 0 - 4 Lostwithiel (2)

A game that Lostwithiel dominated from start to finish. A decent playing surface which the away side utilised with some excellent passing and movement. It didn't take long to break the dead lock after St Dominick failed to clear their lines from a corner, the ball was fired back in from the edge of the box by Kevin Morcom and took a couple of deflections on its way into the net. The away side continued to press and secured a penalty after Ryan Searle was blatantly bundled from behind in the 6 yard box. Skipper James 'GayBear' Hutchings dispatched the penalty into the right-hand corner to take a 2-0 lead into the break.

The 2nd half was more of the same as the away side dominated physically and possession wise. A neat move saw James Hutchings finish calmy to make it 3-0 and then another slick 3 pass move was finished off by Hutchings as he swivelled and smashed a left foot drive into the top corner to complete his hatrick, making it 4-0. The home side had rarely threatened but late on a long range strike hit the crossbar and dropped for what looked like an easy tap in from 2 yards but the St Dominick player shanked his effort wide to spurn a consolation goal.

The match finished 4-0 and as the scoreline suggests was a very comfortable win for Lostwithiel who could have easily won this game by a greater margin! The result never looked in doubt and the away side look forward to either Fowey or Foxhole in the last 16.

Good luck to St Dominick for the remainder of their Duchy 1 campaign.....a young side who have some very tidy players but who perhaps lack the experience and physical strength at the moment.

Totally agree with your write up, 90% of our squad are 19 and under with 4 older heads, we're looking to finish in duchy one and build for a couple seasons time with more youngsters comin through and helping them into men's football, being one of the oldest at 25 in a men's team is weird but we take one game at a time and build on it game by game, ur 2 old guys in the middle give football a good name easy ball pass n move with a combined age of at least 170 ???? Lol 2 genuine and nice blokes who like to play football,

Fairplay mate....i could see you had a very young side but as i said, you have some very lively and tidy footballers. I think we have a fairly good blend of youth and experience at Lostwithiel! I like your comment about the old centre midfielders...the bald headed one is my brother who is 33 and the other little chap is the player/manager who is 42 i think but is a quality footballer and fit as a fiddle! I had to chuckle at the combined age comment. Mind you i'm 32 myself so i fall into the old boys category now!! I was playing left-back and had a bit of a mare to be honest.....nevermind the game was played in a good spirit and there were no flare ups or anything. You boys will definitely come good, just stick together and build on it! May see you in Duchy 1 next season.

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St Neot 3-3 Gunnislake

Good game played at Menheniot by both sides, St Neot tried a new formation which worked really well playing some lovely football. Another hat-trick by the young talent Adam Gregory had nearly put St Neot in place for 3 points but a late equaliser saw the spoils shared! Gunnislake were a strong side who played some good football but after seeing the other discussion on here St Neot may have played some Duchy 1 players too meaning the performance was even better!

Hi

I would like to quote that their were only 2(two) 1st team players that started the match. I (manager 1st) and my striker came on off the bench with less than 15 minutes to go.

All 4 players that were used have not been playing much due to injuries and team selection and with our game being called off, this gave those lads the opportunity to get minutes!

One of the players that I have classed as '1st team' has already played 3 reserve games and 3 1st team games so im not sure if you can call him 1st team?!

But yes it was a good match and it was good to watch, but a shame it was bloody cold!!

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Tregony 1 St.Minver 3

This was a well contested match, the home side battled hard to keep Minver at bay. It took till 44th minute for Minver to undo Tregony with Joe Robinson getting the opener. Minver worked hard to put the game to bed and a great corner from Steve Wottoon was headed home by Chris Simmons. Joe Robinson struck again for 3-0. Tregony got a late consolation. tregony were a good bunch working hard for each other. I will say all my years in football I witnessed the most shocking sending off of Dan Witts EVER. Nobody could believe it even Tregony were stuned. It is sad when the man in the middle thinks he is more immportant than everyone else & marred what was a good game.

MOTM Minver Joe Robinson.

I was at this one and was very impressed with St Minver - very nice passing football.

I assume the sending off was for dissent? From the sidelines I didn't hear anything much (but of course that doesn't mean anything) and as you say, all concerend looked shocked. However, the reactions of two of the other St Minver players could have then justifiably been the cause for red cards for dissent themselves!

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ref seem to be playing by different rules each week in the duchy this season :s

I agree! I've seen someone sent for pulling his socks up whilst being talked to by the ref! Haha! Although, I've seen many a player sent off for fowl and abusive language.

Would be interesting to see what the reason is on the refs reports! All money in the coffers though!

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Minver Cpt was sent off for shaking his head from side to side while walking away from ref. The ref quote "Decent by action" Stright Red.

All that followed the Ref caused. This was not the only player booked for next to nothing. The sending off was the final straw for some, i do not condon the reactions of a few but can understand.

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Minver Cpt was sent off for shaking his head from side to side while walking away from ref. The ref quote "Decent by action" Stright Red.

All that followed the Ref caused. This was not the only player booked for next to nothing. The sending off was the final straw for some, i do not condon the reactions of a few but can understand.

got to be worth an appeal. what i dont get is refs that have the bottle to ruin a game and send someone off but not send the cards in after. ive seen 4 red cards given this year in our games and only 1 has been sent it.

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Minver Cpt was sent off for shaking his head from side to side while walking away from ref. The ref quote "Decent by action" Stright Red.

All that followed the Ref caused. This was not the only player booked for next to nothing. The sending off was the final straw for some, i do not condon the reactions of a few but can understand.

got to be worth an appeal. what i dont get is refs that have the bottle to ruin a game and send someone off but not send the cards in after. ive seen 4 red cards given this year in our games and only 1 has been sent it.

Correct me if I'm wrong but I was told that you can no longer appeal a red card.

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You now need video evidence for a red card appeal. cornishlegend, if red cards are not being sent in then please get in touch with the CCFA. simmo147, you cannot be sent off for dissent unless it`s a second yellow card offence once again get in touch with the CCFA for clarification on what the referee reported.

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Be careful. It's just not worth highlighting the ineptitude of referees to the powers that be. The ccfa will always back referees no matter what. You'll be wasting your time complaining about anything and all you will get is a big imaginary black mark against yourself and your team.

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Be careful. It's just not worth highlighting the ineptitude of referees to the powers that be. The ccfa will always back referees no matter what. You'll be wasting your time complaining about anything and all you will get is a big imaginary black mark against yourself and your team.

Too late as this site is monitored, and I believe and hope the ccfa are not like you say.

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Foxhole v Sticker

Foxhole won the local derby against Sticker 2-0, in what was a good match to watch and play in.

Sam Leaney & Jamie Robinson the goal scorers. Sticker are a good young team who play nice football which is nice to see. Good luck to Sticker for the rest of the season.

Well done to Anita Gittens on a well reffed game.

Was a good natured game for a local derby, windy conditions and two evenly matched teams..... Foxholes experiance probably told in the end, with good finsihes from Jamie Robinson and Sam Leaney. Richard Osbourne doing very well in goal for what was a very young Sticker side that will go from strength to strength in years to come if they stay together.

Always nice to keep a clean sheet Foxhole...... Jamie Robinson with the man of the match award.

Matt Ravenscroft and James Bragg making impressive appearances from the bench today as well, giving Foxes manager a few headaches for the next game :)

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thanks b manning we will be writing in a report for the recent match as their was 2 red cards in the game and only our team had ours sent it although it was fully deserved and im not coming across bitter to the other team i just feel rules are rules and they should be sent in same as bookings. i feel some refs this year are making rules up as they go using their cards to punish players in the game but not sending them in like should happen else their is no point in using them in the game.

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Foxhole v Sticker

Foxhole won the local derby against Sticker 2-0, in what was a good match to watch and play in.

Sam Leaney & Jamie Robinson the goal scorers. Sticker are a good young team who play nice football which is nice to see. Good luck to Sticker for the rest of the season.

Well done to Anita Gittens on a well reffed game.

Was a good natured game for a local derby, windy conditions and two evenly matched teams..... Foxholes experiance probably told in the end, with good finsihes from Jamie Robinson and Sam Leaney. Richard Osbourne doing very well in goal for what was a very young Sticker side that will go from strength to strength in years to come if they stay together.

Always nice to keep a clean sheet Foxhole...... Jamie Robinson with the man of the match award.

Matt Ravenscroft and James Bragg making impressive appearances from the bench today as well, giving Foxes manager a few headaches for the next game :)

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think its a joke that you have to pay around 50 pounds for a red card in these lower leagues specially when most us lads got family to support seen a player get sent off for swearing over day appealing a penalty 2 match ban and a fine its sad if you ask me so these refs that do give reds but do dont send them in i say well done and the idiots that are moaning about it get a grip its a bit of fun on weekend playing always chat with the other team after the games so no hard feelings some times things happen in games heat of moment and having to pay fines is stupid no one the standard of football as gone down hill cause no won wants to play incase there fined and cant afford it

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think its a joke that you have to pay around 50 pounds for a red card in these lower leagues specially when most us lads got family to support seen a player get sent off for swearing over day appealing a penalty 2 match ban and a fine its sad if you ask me so these refs that do give reds but do dont send them in i say well done and the idiots that are moaning about it get a grip its a bit of fun on weekend playing always chat with the other team after the games so no hard feelings some times things happen in games heat of moment and having to pay fines is stupid no one the standard of football as gone down hill cause no won wants to play incase there fined and cant afford it

think its a joke that you have to pay around 50 pounds for a red card in these lower leagues specially when most us lads got family to support seen a player get sent off for swearing over day appealing a penalty 2 match ban and a fine its sad if you ask me so these refs that do give reds but do dont send them in i say well done and the idiots that are moaning about it get a grip its a bit of fun on weekend playing always chat with the other team after the games so no hard feelings some times things happen in games heat of moment and having to pay fines is stupid no one the standard of football as gone down hill cause no won wants to play incase there fined and cant afford it

rules are rules though

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The thing what gets Me is that in grass roots football , if u swear at a ref or show some kind of dissent your off. Yet in professional football they can swear and that and get away with it. Now all the fa's ment to work on the same rules.. Yet we see on the TV every week the pro's getting away with it all

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Even in local football the higher standard you play @ the more dissent & language you seem to get away with.With regards to cards being dished out & notsent in it's always happened but after St.Columb bringing it on here I doubt a ref will chance it now & in all honesty would St.Columb of complained if there player got away with it aswell ?.Going back to the dissent/language issue & it might be the same game as mentioned above but an opposition player got sent off for telling the ref to f--- off when not getting a pen that was (the ref couldn't see it as his fitness only enabled him to ref the whole game from the centre circle),the players captain had already been warned about his teams language twice so ref was left with no choice even though you hear loads worse @ any peninsular game.10 mins later got a straight red myself for asking my own midfielders "who the f--- was marking him" when the opposition scored,I know should of kept my mouth shut but still very harsh & I'm 35 quid light,things need to be put on an even playing field from grassroots to pro football,refs want respect but respect has to be earnt.

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Even in local football the higher standard you play @ the more dissent & language you seem to get away with.With regards to cards being dished out & notsent in it's always happened but after St.Columb bringing it on here I doubt a ref will chance it now & in all honesty would St.Columb of complained if there player got away with it aswell ?.Going back to the dissent/language issue & it might be the same game as mentioned above but an opposition player got sent off for telling the ref to f--- off when not getting a pen that was (the ref couldn't see it as his fitness only enabled him to ref the whole game from the centre circle),the players captain had already been warned about his teams language twice so ref was left with no choice even though you hear loads worse @ any peninsular game.10 mins later got a straight red myself for asking my own midfielders "who the f--- was marking him" when the opposition scored,I know should of kept my mouth shut but still very harsh & I'm 35 quid light,things need to be put on an even playing field from grassroots to pro football,refs want respect but respect has to be earnt.

my arguement isnt the fact we had a player sent off and it got sent in as he deserved it anyone who done what he did deserves it. but can a ref really send two off in the same game one from each side for similar things eg violent conduct and dissent and only send one of them in? it doesnt matter to me that the other player got away with it but refs are making their own rules up here. first game of the season we had a player sent of so did the other team yet none of them were sent in. is this good enough? whats the point in showing a red card in the first place? its changed to games instead of days now so it aint like its a big punishment these days. i just feel each week we are playing different rules with a different ref. do they all do the same course still? your right about being sent off for decent its silly but depends on what it is dont it. 9 times out of ten these days how many people get sent of for a proper tackle?? its rare now its dissent. theirs frustration and then theirs plain stupid and swearing at the ref or its officals. just feel football in cornwall is changing different rules each game. im not argueing we had a player sent off and sent in as its deserved but the point is should the other one get sent in aswell? or is it one rule for one and another for them?

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Funny you mention that; we were all agreed that red cards should be sent in (including our own player) as mouthing off at the referee is a pointless exercise that deserves to be punished. We encourage each other to play the game in the right way and if individuals don't listen to that advice then it is up to them if they want to waste their money and serve a ban. Consistency is clearly important to us and both red cards should have been sent in and both players should now be on the list for their respective bans. Yet one is and one isn't. That's not right.

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