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Combo Results and Table - 27th April 2013


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As usual I am after scores, scorers and attendances, either by posting on this thread or texting me on 07597907549.

Thanks

Cornwall Combination League

27th April 2013

Ludgvan (Tom Patrick, Jack Ramsey) 2-0 Illogan RBL

Att - 135

Mullion (Rob Carey 3) 3-2 Goonhavern Athletic (Joe Carlyon, Marc Wilson)

Att - 25

Pendeen Rovers (Jamie Payne, Scott Meagor, Jack Willis, Stuart Strong) 4-1 Falmouth Athletic (Emile Owen)

Att - 35

St Agnes (Tom Bartlett) 1-4 Perranwell (Jimmy Thompson 2, Chris Shackley, James Rowbery)

Att - 62

St Day (Andy Trathen 2, Mikey Davis 2, Ryan Trathen, Martin Day, Chris Tolley, Terry Rowe,Tom Hogarth) 9-1 Falmouth Town Resesrves (Connor Edison)

Att - 30

St Ives Town (Ian Hodges) 1-0 RNAS Culdrose

Att - 27

St Just (Darren Steadman, Toby Cape, Andrew Curnow) 3-1 Troon (Ashley Smeeth)

Att - 15

Wendron United (Sam Care) 1-3 Newquay Reserves (Sam McKune, Jedd Jenkins, Luke Haworth)

Att - 25

POS TEAM PL W D L F A GD PTS

1 ILLOGAN RBL 31 25 3 3 93 30 63 78
2 ST DAY 33 23 3 7 129 54 75 72
3 LUDGVAN 33 23 2 8 116 54 62 71
4 PENDEEN ROVERS 32 20 7 5 88 44 44 67
5 PERRANWELL 31 20 4 7 81 40 41 64
6 ST IVES TOWN 29 15 9 5 69 41 28 54
7 ST AGNES 29 13 6 10 57 46 11 48**
8 PENRYN ATHLETIC RESERVES 30 15 3 12 65 67 -2 48
9 MULLION 32 14 5 13 83 83 0 47
10 GOONHAVERN ATHLETIC 30 14 4 12 63 48 15 46
11 ST JUST 29 14 3 12 65 58 7 45
12 WENDRON UNITED 31 13 6 12 59 54 5 45
13 FALMOUTH TOWN RESERVES 31 11 5 15 72 90 -18 35*
14 RNAS CULDROSE 30 8 7 15 60 71 -11 31
15 FALMOUTH ATHLETIC 31 9 2 20 54 117 -63 29
16 PORTHLEVEN RESERVES 34 8 3 23 53 107 -54 27
17 TROON 30 8 2 20 56 82 -26 26
18 HAYLE RESERVES 34 6 6 22 44 98 -54 24
19 NEWQUAY RESERVES 30 6 4 20 48 85 -37 22
20 HOLMAN SC 34 3 4 27 39 125 -86 13

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i was looking at a cornishman from 2008 yesterday and i couldn't believe the difference between the write ups for the combo results then and now. you had good match reports, team line ups, subs used and for who etc etc. what do we get now? very little. why has it got so bad? sometimes it's hardly worth reading!

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Guest BenTheYeti

Typical.

Dry all week but today, as it's football we get wind and wintery showers!

Bleedy 'Ansum in Snives Paul.. good day for it over at the Saltings I reckon..

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St Day scorers - Andy Trathen x2, Mikey Davis x2, Ryan Trathen, Martin Day, Chris Tolley, Terry Rowe and Tom Hogarth. Previous post is wrong, Martin Day scored the first.

Sorry Ryan,missed the first goal.Second goal scored by Chris Tolley was a superb shot.

Attendance about 25 for most of the game although a few more drifted over after the third team match was completed.

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Ludgvan 2 illogan 0

Good game in very windy conditions! Personally thought a draw would have been a fair result, both teams rattling the bar twice and the ludgvan keeper overall the more busy but 2 cracking strikes with the wind at their backs got ludgvan the points! Good luck to ludgvan and see you again in a few weeks time!

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Mullion 3-2 Goonhavern

Joe Carlyon and Marc Wilson scored for Goonhavern.

How we didn't get anything out of this game I'll never know. Admittedly we weren't great first half and went in 1-0 down at half time after conceding a sloppy goal which started from our own corner.

Second half we dominated and equalised before Mullion restored their lead when their striker barged Chris Sturgess in the back and finished well. We drew level again and then scored to take the lead only for the referee to rule that it had not crossed the line from some 40 yards behind play. He also chose not to consult the Mullion linesman not that such would've made any difference as he was not qualified and was roped into helping out after a Mullion sub had done the first half shift.

Much to our annoyance, Mullion then went down the other end and scored their third. Again it was arguable that there was a foul in the lead up, however, we didn't help ourself when we (our 'keeper) was more concerned with shouting at the referee whilst the ball was lofted into the box onto the head of the Mullion striker.

All the best to Mullion. As for us, we've now lost three on the bounce all by one goal whereas we could've easily taken 4-7 points. Onto Culdrose on Tuesday.

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St Ives 1 - 0 RNAS Culdrose

St Ives Goalscorer: Ian Hodges

Good performance from St Ives today, especially with several regulars missing and a couple of lads stepping up from the reserves to fill in.

The goal came from one of these, as Andy Barry beat his man wide out on the left and sent in a great cross, which was converted by Hodgey with a side foot volley.
Should have gone into the break 2-0 up, when Trystan Lambert was played in over the top and shoved over in the box, but the keeper guessed right from the resulting penalty and pushed it to safety.
Second half was more huff and puff than goal scoring chances, though St Ives missed two good chances to extend their lead, with James Worrall and Jake Cook putting over when well placed
Culdrose were full of endeavour but I can't remember them testing the keeper, though Andy Barry did have to hook one away which was either going wide or just clipping the post.

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Hey Woody .. you are right, it was Andrew Curnow who scored the third goal for the Tinners. It must have been all the excitment during the last seconds of the game that blew my mind.

Apologies CTB, I got it wrong .. again. I guess this has to be my last post .. the sunset beckons.

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Emile Owen with great over head kick for athletic -

Poor game but Pendeen deserved the win against a very under strength Athletic side.

Well Done Pendeen and good luck for the rest of season.

Cheers

Granty

Is he really called emile owen i thought that was a mixture of the liverpool legendary strikers emile heskey and michael owen?

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