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Pendeen 4 v 1 Gulval

Game played in gd spirit for a local derby there were some hard challenges from both sides.Pendeen started the brighter of the two getting an early penalty but unfortunately unable to convert(dont worry brewer still our number 1 pen taker)gulval then had a couple chances but were unable to score then with the withdrawal of jowan may pendeen upped there game played some gd football and broke down the gulval defence and a fine totally intended looping lob Shane Arthur broke the deadlock pendeen seemed to settle then and played some gd football and scored a 2nd not long after pendeen keeper got a knock and then we got caught cold from a long throw in and gulval converted the 2nd half got a bit more heated but pendeen upped there game going 3-1 up and in total control then a 4th goal came with about 10 mins left which put the game to bed.great 3pts for us sorry to see gulval going down but hope you bounce straight back up lads.

Pendeen goal scorers: Shane Arthur Gary prowse 2 and Nathan Burt

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Lamerton 10 v calstock 1. Half time score 2-1. Second half lamerton started playing football and turn the game around. 2 very different halfs. Goals from simon Brayley, Simon Kelly, Blair vanstone 2, Jamie Montgomery 2, James steer 1. Own goal Kev Pethick 2 goals as well. Sorry missed calstock goal,

Thanks to calstock good bunch of lads.

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North Petherwin 6-0 St Breward Ryan Julian (3) Joe Reeve (2) Adam Nelson from the outset the badgers looked the hungrier of the two teams, using the win to pin St Breward deep in there own half. North failed to press home there advantage spurning many chances, typified by Joe Reeve who rounded the keeper with great ball control and no more than 4 yards from an open goal smashed it over. But with all the pressure, it was only time, and Ryan ‘big time Charlie’ Julian hovered back post for an easy tap in. quickly followed by a neat finish by Joe reeve who gently slotted the ball past the hard working St Breward keeper. St Breward were very much under the cosh, but there defence was organised and hard working unfortunately for the 11 men of St Breward one was effected by injury and took time out to deal with his injury. down to 10 men temporarily, Petherwin made the hard working St Breward pay, going in to the half time break 3-0 to the good, with Ryan Julian scoring his second. second half started with St Breward playing with 10, unable to carry on, St Breward left winger could not carry on. However, you would not think they were down a player they used the wind and keepers large kick to really pin Petherwin back. Dangerous on the break North scored taking the score to 4-0 and completing Ryan Julian’sHatrick. reduced to nine players after the goal, there was no real way back for St Breward who played the last 20 minutes with a spirited performance, with the keeper performing some great saves, including a point blank effort from his own player. unfortunately the contest was over from here on out. St Breward gave a brilliant account of themselves but the inevitable scoring was completed with 20 yard strike from Joe Reeve and a penalty from Adam Nelson. Would like to thank St Breward for coming out to North under difficult circumstances and competing in the manor that they did, a real credit to themselves, there club and duchy football. Nick Jeffery

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Pendeen 4 vs 1 Gulval

How Gulval weren't 2 up in the first 15 mins goes down to the footballing gods. After that Pendeen managed to settle in to their long ball, counter attacking style and Gulval got caught twice (ht 2-1). Second half was poor by the Gulval boys and we will probably look back on this game in our adventure to conquer the league (we should of been in) next season, and hopefully be a better team for it.

GMOM: Tricky one...... Matty Johns, and you know why.

GPOTW: Jowan May, do I need to give reasons.

Not the best ref, but well done Ian.

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west Cornwall 1 v helston 4

great result for helston....with a few of third team players stepping in to help out

Yeah, a typical end of season midweek game with both sides short on numbers, especially with games being crammed in now. Hand on heart, I don't think that Helston side are 4-1 better than us, but they were last night. We were very poor and when we had the ball were given no time on it, so credit to Helston there. Said it before, top bunch of lads down there. Good luck for the rest of the season with your push for promotion, and in your cup final. All the best.

Also, would like to say very well reffed by young Jordan Myatt. This lad has got an outstanding future in the game. Well done young man.

For us, gotta dust ourselves down fairly quickly as an away trip to CSOM tonight followed by quarter final of PSC on Saturday! Gotta love this game!

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Penzance's tenure in the Premier Division came to an end after 28mins when Redruth United scored their second goal in a game played at Penlee Park. Two goals in three minutes after a bright start from the Magpies put paid to their slim chance of staying up.

The youngsters battled away but further goals sealed their fate and it is hello Division 1 next season.

It was like Redruth said after the match last night, Penzance will always be up against it because coming to Penlee Park, teams up their games as it is a "Big Venue".

Penzance had the chance to go into an early lead following a free kick on their left followed by a downward header to the near post, but in one of the best saves I have seen this season that amazed the rest of the crowd around me, the keeper got down to push the ball around the post. Fantastic save as he only had a split second to react. Would it have made a difference if the home team had gone one up, probably no over the ninety minutes. As stated two quick goals mid-way through the half put the game beyond doubt as to the result and it could perhaps have been more, but for once we had a bit of luck. An in-swinging corner from the Redruth right hit our keeper at the near post, bounced onto the post and back allowing to dive and smother it.

A bit more luck came our way in the second half came as a corner is knocked over to the edge of the box. A rising volley is crashed against the bar, comes out and it is our keepers turn to save and block a point blank volley.

Penzance pushed towards the end to get something out of the game but Redruth were always a threat.

0-1 25mins Redruth work the ball around the edge of the box looking for an opening. A shot is blocked by the keeper but bad luck as the ball rebounds to Redruth and is knocked in from 10yds

0-2 28mins Redruth come down the right, draw everyone across, manage to thread the ball to the the back post for a free 6yd tap in.

0-3 53mins Redruth are working the ball around the edge of the box, drawing the defence out. Keeper is on his penalty spot. Redruth lay the ball back and a hopeful lob into the box (looked like a miss-kick) drops over the keeper into the net.

0-4 57mins Long ball down the left from Redruth. With Penzance pushing up to the half-way the Magpies keeper with no choice other than to try and block the ball and strike near his corner flag. He gets a block in but the ball goes square to a strike running in on an empty goal.

0-5 83mins. Another lob from 25yds, this time meant.

Match facts

Corners: Penzance 3-8 Redruth

Fouls conceded: Penzance 6-11 Redruth

Attendance - 24

Ten minutes after I texted the result in I could hear the cheering from Trungle Park, Mousehole as they stay up.

Time to rebuild for next season. Uni is going to take it's toll on our squad.

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I make notes of the matches to write reports, not of the grounds I go too. A usually keep the notebooks for a couple of years and then they end up in the re-cycling.

Let's see, where will we travelling too next season in Division 1?

Probably not Helston as they look like they will be promoted, and at the bottom, Perranporth and St Just will be replaced by Wendron and St Ives.

So new teams or grounds to visit: Chacewater, West Cornwall, Rosudgeon, Newlyn Non-Athletica, Camborne School of Mines, Lizard Argyle, Sennen, Halestown, Trevenson, Praze-an Beeble.

10 clubs or teams. Keeps it interesting.

Lets just hope we stop this downward slide. Are we looking to do a "Marazion Blues" and do as they did and drop out of the Combo and suffer relegation after relegation till we hit the bottom?

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I make notes of the matches to write reports, not of the grounds I go too. A usually keep the notebooks for a couple of years and then they end up in the re-cycling.

Let's see, where will we travelling too next season in Division 1?

Probably not Helston as they look like they will be promoted, and at the bottom, Perranporth and St Just will be replaced by Wendron and St Ives.

So new teams or grounds to visit: Chacewater, West Cornwall, Rosudgeon, Newlyn Non-Athletica, Camborne School of Mines, Lizard Argyle, Sennen, Halestown, Trevenson, Praze-an Beeble.

10 clubs or teams. Keeps it interesting.

Lets just hope we stop this downward slide. Are we looking to do a "Marazion Blues" and do as they did and drop out of the Combo and suffer relegation after relegation till we hit the bottom?

As much as I wish that was true Paul, it will be Wendron and Titans in Division 1 for you to watch.. have fun up at Halsetown though.. take a wind break with you...

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North Petherwin 6-0 St Breward Ryan Julian (3) Joe Reeve (2) Adam Nelson from the outset the badgers looked the hungrier of the two teams, using the win to pin St Breward deep in there own half. North failed to press home there advantage spurning many chances, typified by Joe Reeve who rounded the keeper with great ball control and no more than 4 yards from an open goal smashed it over. But with all the pressure, it was only time, and Ryan ‘big time Charlie’ Julian hovered back post for an easy tap in. quickly followed by a neat finish by Joe reeve who gently slotted the ball past the hard working St Breward keeper. St Breward were very much under the cosh, but there defence was organised and hard working unfortunately for the 11 men of St Breward one was effected by injury and took time out to deal with his injury. down to 10 men temporarily, Petherwin made the hard working St Breward pay, going in to the half time break 3-0 to the good, with Ryan Julian scoring his second. second half started with St Breward playing with 10, unable to carry on, St Breward left winger could not carry on. However, you would not think they were down a player they used the wind and keepers large kick to really pin Petherwin back. Dangerous on the break North scored taking the score to 4-0 and completing Ryan Julian’sHatrick. reduced to nine players after the goal, there was no real way back for St Breward who played the last 20 minutes with a spirited performance, with the keeper performing some great saves, including a point blank effort from his own player. unfortunately the contest was over from here on out. St Breward gave a brilliant account of themselves but the inevitable scoring was completed with 20 yard strike from Joe Reeve and a penalty from Adam Nelson. Would like to thank St Breward for coming out to North under difficult circumstances and competing in the manor that they did, a real credit to themselves, there club and duchy football. Nick Jeffery

Just like to thank Nick for his complimentary words for the Breward boys. Of late, we have been pushed to field 11 players and when your playing the highriders like N.Petherin, Padstow etc we found ourselves with 8/9 players because of injuries, suspensions and work commitments.

I am also proud of my lads for never giving up and naturally we hope to avoid relegation and live to fight another day. Mervyn Emment

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Marazion AFC are making money, and only 2 or 3 players are ex combo players, there was no marazion reserves last year, most of the players are ex hayle 4th team who were playing div 3 or 4 last year! less marazion bashing at look at your own failing teams fellas! every new team has to start at the bottom. should we sign Will Young, just to give you a rendition of Jelousy :yahoo::yahoo::yahoo::yahoo::yahoo::yahoo::yahoo::SM_carton:

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There are some strange topics and posts on this forum, but I never thought I'd see two footballers discussing a Will Young song.

Maybe Pitty can get Charlie Tasker to sing it for you on YouTube

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Not gonna be relegated either are they not like both penzance teams. Not 11 grand in debt either like penzance!

Where does this figure of £11,000 come from and how is made up?

Split it down into where you think Penzance owe who and how much.

Ill get back I touch soon with ure figures cornish teddy boy

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