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Trelawny League Results - Sat 11th May 2013


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Div 1

Camborne SOM 4 Halsetown 0 h/t 0-0

Halsetown played with the strong wind behind them in the first half and needed to score but they were unable to break down the School defence.The School scored early in the second half and had most of the possession of the ball,creating the better goalscoring chances.

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Div 4: St Ives Mariners 2-5 West Cornwall Res

Mariners ahead on 6'. Cornwall scored on 25, 41, 43, 64 and 80 minutes.

St Ives got a consolation on 81 before the ref decided he couldn't be bothered any more on 87 minutes.

However meaningless the fixture, a match is still supposed to last 90 minutes.

Attendance 7

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Div 4: Madron Reserves 2-2 Newquay AFC 3rds

Ross London with both goals for Newquay. One from the penalty spot and the second straight from a corner, although, Vince Cunliffe will probably claim it! I think the ball had already crossed the line before he got his head to it.

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Div 5

Storm 4 - 3 Ludgvan

A very disappointing day! From the list of players signed on for us, 27 were unavailable for a variety of reasons. This meant that we went to Clijah Croft with a bare 11 including a few of us whose legs are so old they creak more than the trees did in todays wind!

Somehow we managed to take the lead in the first half with a Neil Triggs goal from a corner. Storm then leveled with a well taken near post goal, again from a corner. 1-1 at half time.

Storm then came out for the second half with the wind behind them and put two quick goals past us to lead 3-1.

We battled back and then came the moment we've been waiting for all season. Ross Waite, who normally does a brilliant job running the line for us, scored his first goal for the club to make it 3-2! A clever move by Andy Weir (he stood on the ball) left Ross with the ball at his feet 10 yards from goal. A quick touch, a drop of the shoulder and a nonchalant chip past the keeper saw him finish with considerable aplomb. (In other words he tapped it in!)

A scramble in the penalty area 10 mins later saw Ben Mills smash the ball home from close range to level at 3-3.

Both teams then battled for the win & Storm were awarded a free kick 25 yards out with 5 mins to go. The free kick was taken, the ball ran through into the penalty area where a Storm player showed great anticipation & slotted home the winner.

At the end of the day it was 11 against 11 and we weren't good enough today. Full credit to Storm who battled well as a team & were rewarded with the 3 points.

Good luck to Storm for the rest of the season.

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Well, with neither of my club sides playing today I thought I would sample the delights of local football down Cliijah Croft.

First up on the top pitch was Redruth Athletic v Lizard Res. This encounter started with Athletic getting two quick goals, followed by a peach of a chip over the keeper by the Lizard forward, sadly it was one way traffic after that with Athletic attacking relentlessly. At 5-1, the match official showed no mercy and give Athletic one of the softest penalties I have ever seen. Seriously I've seen harder pushes in the school playground. Athletic converted and it went downhill for Lizard from there on.

Athletic looked a tidy outfit, will deserve to go up for being consistent throughout the season. Just need to sort out their dodgy haircuts!

Halftime whistle gone I spent the interval watching a bit of cricket, it was that windy my gran could have hit a six.

Moved down to the bottom pitch whilst manoeuvring around some dog crap.

Found Rappo and Dwane Britton watching a tight encounter between Storm Res and Ludgvan Res. Starting the break at 2-2 it was end to end throughout. I really enjoyed watching this match, Storm were very vocal and Ludgvan made some great attacks. Right in the last minute Storm scored the winner through a free kick, Ludgvan looked gutted and were unlucky not to get a point.

One thing that surprised me when looking up the league table afterwards was that the latter game was a Trelawny 5 match whilst the first was Trelawny 4. The way the teams played football I felt it was the other way around.

Full time whistle gone, I headed home to watch the commercialisation that is now the FA Cup. No prawn sandwiches at Cliijah Croft at halftime.

Grassroots is where it is at!

Against Modern Football

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Well, with neither of my club sides playing today I thought I would sample the delights of local football down Cliijah Croft.

First up on the top pitch was Redruth Athletic v Lizard Res, this encounter started with Athletic getting two quick goals, followed by a peach of a chip over the keeper by the Lizard forward, sadly it was one way traffic after that with Athletic attacking relentlessly. At 5-1, the match official showed no mercy and give Athletic one of the softest penalties I have ever seen. Seriously I've seen harder pushes in the school playground. Athletic converted and it went downhill for Lizard from there on.

Athletic looked a tidy outfit, will deserve to go up for being consistent throughout the season. Just need to sort out their shit haircuts!

Halftime whistle gone I spent the interval watching a bit of cricket, it was that windy my gran could have hit a six.

Moved down to the bottom pitch whilst manoeuvring around some dog crap.

Found Rappo and Dwane Britton watching a tight encounter between Storm Res and Ludgvan Res. Starting the break at 2-2 it was end to end throughout. I really enjoyed watching this match, Storm were very vocal and Ludgvan made some great attacks. Right in the last minute Storm scored the winner through a free kick, Ludgvan looked gutted and were unlucky not to get a point.

One thing that surprised me when looking up the league table afterwards was that the latter game was a Trelawny 5 match whilst the first was Trelawny 4. The way the teams played football I felt it was the other way around.

Full time whistle gone, I headed home to watch the commercialisation that is now the FA Cup. No prawn sandwiches at Cliijah Croft at halftime.

Grassroots is where it is at!

Against Modern Football

Surprised you ventured out. thought you might of watched from bedroom window.
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Good to see you today Rich! Bit windy mate!! The boy enjoyed the kick around anyway! Quite agree it looked a decent game on the other pitch. Was quite impressed with Storm who seem a much improved side from the one we faced earlier in the season down there. Had a little butchers at Ludgvan and somehow I don't think that will be the side we will be playing against on Monday night with our bare 11!!! Got four players out with knee injuries not including our keeper Den who is saying its retirement as well for him!!! Hope not bud!?! Talking to Duane for a bit and seems a shame we both had no games today but we are playing Ludgvan away Monday, Gwinear away Wednesday and Troon away Saturday!!! The average age of our team is 39!!! Don't think he believed we got 11 players left for the rest of the season and no keeper!!! He will find out weds night. :-(

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Good to see you today Rich! Bit windy mate!! The boy enjoyed the kick around anyway! Quite agree it looked a decent game on the other pitch. Was quite impressed with Storm who seem a much improved side from the one we faced earlier in the season down there. Had a little butchers at Ludgvan and somehow I don't think that will be the side we will be playing against on Monday night with our bare 11!!! Got four players out with knee injuries not including our keeper Den who is saying its retirement as well for him!!! Hope not bud!?! Talking to Duane for a bit and seems a shame we both had no games today but we are playing Ludgvan away Monday, Gwinear away Wednesday and Troon away Saturday!!! The average age of our team is 39!!! Don't think he believed we got 11 players left for the rest of the season and no keeper!!! He will find out weds night. :-(

where were u watching the game yesterday rappo was there all day myself lol gotta say was a real good battling game between the two gotta say storm where very impressive especily down the right wing second half

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Guest BenTheYeti

No simply Illogan are in form and culdrose are not. Culdrose never seem to play the same eleven for a run of games.

Speaking with Ivan the other night, he is working miracles putting teams out on the pitch for their massive backlog of fixtures.. the results might not be going with them, but hats off to the lads that are turning out and giving it 100%

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Thanks Ben. Yes bit of a challenge at the moment but that's the way it is and have to get through it. Shame really as up until Easter we had done really well and looked good. sat we were 1.0 down at half time after having a goal disallowed and a couple of last ditch tackles stopping goal bound efforts. 2nd half was literally a half to far for us and we fell apart. Still onwards and games Tues, Wed, Fri and Sat this week to play! Congrats also to St Ives on winning the semi final Sat, should e a good final!

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Thanks Ben. Yes bit of a challenge at the moment but that's the way it is and have to get through it. Shame really as up until Easter we had done really well and looked good. sat we were 1.0 down at half time after having a goal disallowed and a couple of last ditch tackles stopping goal bound efforts. 2nd half was literally a half to far for us and we fell apart. Still onwards and games Tues, Wed, Fri and Sat this week to play! Congrats also to St Ives on winning the semi final Sat, should e a good final!

Thank you good sir, the lads played really well.

Final is in Helston on Sunday.. hopefully a good watch between two good teams.. got to concentrate on Wednesday night first.. dunno who we're playing...

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Well, with neither of my club sides playing today I thought I would sample the delights of local football down Cliijah Croft.

First up on the top pitch was Redruth Athletic v Lizard Res. This encounter started with Athletic getting two quick goals, followed by a peach of a chip over the keeper by the Lizard forward, sadly it was one way traffic after that with Athletic attacking relentlessly. At 5-1, the match official showed no mercy and give Athletic one of the softest penalties I have ever seen. Seriously I've seen harder pushes in the school playground. Athletic converted and it went downhill for Lizard from there on.

Athletic looked a tidy outfit, will deserve to go up for being consistent throughout the season. Just need to sort out their dodgy haircuts!

Halftime whistle gone I spent the interval watching a bit of cricket, it was that windy my gran could have hit a six.

Moved down to the bottom pitch whilst manoeuvring around some dog crap.

Found Rappo and Dwane Britton watching a tight encounter between Storm Res and Ludgvan Res. Starting the break at 2-2 it was end to end throughout. I really enjoyed watching this match, Storm were very vocal and Ludgvan made some great attacks. Right in the last minute Storm scored the winner through a free kick, Ludgvan looked gutted and were unlucky not to get a point.

One thing that surprised me when looking up the league table afterwards was that the latter game was a Trelawny 5 match whilst the first was Trelawny 4. The way the teams played football I felt it was the other way around.

Full time whistle gone, I headed home to watch the commercialisation that is now the FA Cup. No prawn sandwiches at Cliijah Croft at halftime.

Grassroots is where it is at!

Against Modern Football

Thanks for the write up! Dodgy haircuts...must be Kyle Chilman :)

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