Guest Black&White Posted September 1, 2007 Report Share Posted September 1, 2007 Penryn Athletic 3, Penzance 3 Penryn came from behind three times to gain a draw from a cracking end to end game at Kernick. Nick Pugliese put the visitors ahead after 15 minutes, only for Penryn to equalise almost immediately through Dan Stidwell. Liam Devine headed Penzance back into the lead after 34 minutes, but Penryn levelled again through captain Pete Davey, who headed in Will Scoley's corner to make it 2-2 at half-time. The outstanding Pugliese put Penzance back in front on 56 minutes when he curled in a superb shot into the top right corner after some good work down the left by Sean McMahon, who came into the side in place of the injured Steve Burt and showed up well in midfield. Chances continued to fall at both ends, but it was Penryn who managed to convert one of theirs when the ball was bundled in at the far post after the lively Matt Drummond had latched on to a superb ball from Dean Harris, who was in excellent form for the home side. Wayne Quinn was also in great form in midfield for Penzance and he shot just wide in the closing stages, as did Stidwell who had two good chances to snatch the points late on, but in the end a point apiece was a fair result from a game which could easily have gone either way. Penryn: Andy Butcher; Sam Eglinton, Andy Evelingen, Matt Moore, Peter Davey ©, Dean Harris, Steve Warr, Chris Davey, Dan Stidwell, Matt Drummond, Will Scoley. Subs: Dale Band (for Warr, 57), Steve Jewell (for Moore, 81); Dave Rabone and Chris James (not used). Penzance: Craig Nicholls; James Greet, Jay Liddicoat, Liam Devine, Wayne Quinn ©, Dean Mooney, Dan Magee, Nick Pugliese, Stuart Reynolds, Steve Hancock, Sean McMahon. Subs: Jowan May (for Reynolds, 81), Mark Grenfell and Christian Lett (not used). Referee: Ben Lugg. Assistants: Andy Stivey (Penryn) and Ian Robinson (Penzance). Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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