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Combo Results and Table - Sat 22nd November 2014

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22nd November 2014

Cornwall Combination League
Penryn Athletic Reserves 0-1 Illogan RBL Reserves (Sam Waters)

Att - 55
St Ives Town (Jake Cook) 1-0 RNAS Culdrose

Att - 30

Combination League Cup
1st Round
Hayle (Barnaby Dagger 3, Euan Harris, Enys Curnow) 5-1 Newquay Reserves (Louis Price)

Att - 55
Ludgvan (Gerans James 2, Jack Ramsey) 3-1 St Just (Darren Steadman)

Att - 75
Porthleven Reserves 0-1 Perranwell (Matthew Lane)

Att - 45
Redruth United (Tom Hogarth, Ben Beesley, Jake Williams, Shane Richards) 4-0 St Day

Att - 40
St Agnes (Thadeus Vingoe 3, Alec Penrose , Dan O'Toole, Adam Barnicoat) 6-0 Goonhavern Athletic

Att - 55
Troon 0-9 Mullion (Rob Carey 3. Alan Thomas 2. Phil Cattran 2. Luke Hunter, Jack Shirlock)

Att - 21
Wendron United (Justin Miles 2, Luke Wort) 3-2 Helston Athletic Reserves (Dan Stidwell, Jason Robertson)

Att - 45

1 MULLION 17 13 1 3 50 15 35 40
2 LUDGVAN 18 11 4 3 71 24 47 37
3 WENDRON 15 12 0 3 66 17 49 36
4 ST AGNES 16 12 0 4 43 22 21 36
5 HELSTON 18 11 0 7 53 26 27 33
6 FALMOUTH 17 10 3 4 39 22 17 33
7 ILLOGAN 18 10 2 6 38 25 13 32
8 REDRUTH 15 10 1 4 53 19 34 31
9 ST JUST 18 10 3 5 47 32 15 30*
10 ST DAY 17 9 2 6 52 35 17 29
11 ST IVES 17 9 1 7 28 34 -6 28
12 PENRYN 20 6 3 11 29 52 -23 21
13 PERRANWELL 17 6 1 10 26 35 -9 19
14 HAYLE 17 6 0 11 23 42 -19 18
15 GOONHAVERN 18 5 2 11 27 48 -21 17
16 NEWQUAY 19 4 3 12 27 52 -25 15
17 CULDROSE 10 2 1 7 15 36 -21 7
18 PORTHLEVEN 19 2 1 16 14 67 -53 7
19 TROON 18 0 0 18 14 112 -98 0
* Points adjusted

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TROON 0 – 9 MULLION (H/T 0-4) Att: 21

A pleasant November afternoon at Grouter Park saw Mullion, as expected progress to the quarter finals of the Jolly’s Combination League Cup at the expense of a battling Troon team.

The goalscoring started in the 19th minute when an inswinging corner to the near post was headed into the net by a Troon defender. As blatant own goal as you can get and rightly so the corner taker admitting that he couldn’t claim it.

Eight minutes later Alan Thomas was on hand to head Mullion into a two goal lead.

After 37 minutes, Rob Carey scored a fine goal with a shot from the edge of the box and even though Troon kept trying, that really set the seal on the game and it was always going to be a case of how many more goals there would be.

One more before half time came in the 40th minute when Rob Carey headed in a near post corner.

Two more goals followed in the first six minutes of the second half, Thomas netting his second and Phil Cattran scoring the first of his brace. His second goal came in the 55th minute when he blasted home Mullion’s seventh.

With 15 minutes remaining, Mullion bagged their eighth goal from the penalty spot.

Three minutes later Carey achieved his hat trick with a neat piece of trickery as he rounded the keeper and waltzed though to blast it into the net. I didn’t notice if it was the perfect hat trick although he head enough time to decide which part of the body he wanted to score with.

There was enough time for double figures but Troon held out, even after a shot hit one post then rolled along the line, another shot ended up in the side netting and the keeper made a good save – one of several he made.

The Mullion keeper, Lugg, also made a great save to maintain his clean sheet although his main task was to pluck crosses out of the air and a quick throw out often started an attacking move as the home side were often sluggish in getting back to defend.

A late sub for Troon saw a number 98 make an appearance. One of two random numbers the manager Jody Marles said. It summed up Troon. Despite many heavy defeats this season they seem to be enjoying their football which in the long run is the main thing. They played with spirit and didn’t resort to “rough-housing” tactics although there were a few silly fouls committed.

Referee Tim Reeks had a good game and got the major decisions correct. Although it started ominously when he called the linesmen together and then disappeared to the changing rooms to get his flags! He explained why he gave what he did and the quote of the day in my opinion was “You lost the ball, don’t blame the referee”.

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Wendron (3-2) Helston typical derby game today not the best show of footy but loads of passion from both sides and must say we have played wendron three times in a short space of time and enjoyed every minute of it ?wendron are a established side in the combo league and respect to there players and management they have a great set up and a good bunch of lads and I like to think we have challenged them in every game!! We are learning and growing as a squad each game and I love being back in the combo seeing people I have had many a battles with but always great to have a beer with after the mayhem lol good luck to wendron in the nxt round thanks for the grub ?

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Good game for the spectators at Wendron yesterday, I was delighted to come away with the 3-2 win over a very hard to beat Helston side. overall we deserved the win, Barry making a couple of unbelievable saves to keep Helston in the game, and Justin Miles's header in the last minute was worthy of winning any game. Always good to see Blakey, and I now hope that they can go on and beat some of the other top sides during the rest of the season.

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Penryn 0-1 Illogan

Goal scorer - Sam Waters

Good performance... One of they games where both teams battling it out. Would say we had the better chances!!

3 wins in a row. Camannnnnnn

Sam Waters scores goals. Wish the Illogan players wouldn't use the forum to kiss each other's a**es

Fair play Steffen although Mama doesn't know who Fireman Sam is. He's probably a good boy though.

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Hayle correct score 5-1



dagger x3

great performance from a very young Hayle side, who seem to get better every game.

good luck to newquay for rest of season.

must add that the ref was brilliant today, explained every decision made.

Dave Dodson was the ref and he was great , a great win in the cup well done lads , deserved victory and a good crowd as well , cracking afternoons football and great weather the pitch held up well after all the rain we have had , this week thanks for the entertainment
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