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Premier Division

Chacewater 6v1 Constantine

Gwinear Churchtown 1v4 Carharrack

Mawnan 2v2 Holman Sports Club

St Buryan 5v1 Threemilestone

St Keverne 1v0 Mousehole Reserves

West Cornwall v St Day Reserves

Division One

Camborne School of Mines v Lizard Argyle

Hayle Reserves 3v3 Stithians

Praze-an-Beeble 4v5 Perranporth Reserves

RNAS Culdrose Reserves 1v4 St Ives Town Reserves

Rosudgeon 2v2 Newlyn Non-Athletico

Trevenson United 1v1 Halsetown

Wendron United Reserves 2v3 St Agnes Reserves

Division Two

Frogpool & Cusgarne v St Just Reserves

Marazion Blues 11v0 St Buryan Reserves

Pendeen Rovers v Trispen

Penryn Athletic 3rds 6v0 Chacewater Reserves

Storm 3v3 Goonhavern Athletic Reserves

Division Three

Camborne Park 5v1 Newquay 3rds

Cury 3v10 Marazion Blues Reserves

Holman SC Reserves 1v0 Mawnan Reserves

St Day 3rds 1v3 Helston Athletic 3rds

Wendron United 3rds 2v2 West Cornwall Reserves

Division Four

Lizard Argyle Reserves 7v0 Gulval Reserves

Madron 0v9 Gwinear Churchtown Reserves

Mousehole 3rds 5v5 Ludgvan Reserves

Newlyn Non-Athletico Res 1v4 Troon Reserves

Penwith Exiles v Frogpool & Cusgarne Reserves

Praze-an-Beeble Reserves 0v2 Falmouth Town

Division Five

Camborne Athletic 2v1 Wendron United 4ths

Falmouth DC 4v2 Trevenson United Reserves

Newbridge Athletic 1v4 Newlyn Lions

Newquay 4ths 3v5 Storm Reserves

Railway Locomotiv AvA Camborne Town

St Erme 2v1 Mabe Reserves

Stithians Reserves 5v2 Probus Reserves

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Gwinear 9 (3) Madron 0

Took us a while to get into the game, 45 minutes in fact. Scored three in the first half but never really looked a threat until the second half. Started playing the type of football that has seen us beat both Mousehole and Mabe in the previous weeks and it was just too much for Madron.

Goal scorers:

Andrew Mushy Symons

Dave Bartlam x3 (3rd hat trick in 4 games, second bicycle kick in two games)

Nick Troon x 3

Reave Kendall from the subs bench to score x 2

Refereed well but was hard at times as there were quite a lot of biased decisions. You know it's gonna be a tough one when the ref is from the Penzance area and knows the Madron side on first name terms. That being said, controlled the game well and allowed a good steady flow of football to be played.

Madron are a side that look low in confidence and are having an unlucky run of form. Individually they have players who can make a difference but they just don't seem to gel as a squad, on a countless number of occasions they were arguing and throwing obscenities at each other, which is something I hate to see. Yes I understand that its frustration but it's something that needs to be nipped in the bud if they are going to improve. They don't deserve to get beaten by this scoreline each week and I hope they can soon get as a team and start picking up some points as they are a good bunch of lads. All the best for the rest of the season fellas

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Div 3 west

Game moved to Gulval's pitch due to Cury's being unavailable so thanks to Gulval's for that.

Result: Marazion Blues Reserves 10-3 Cury

Marazion Team

Simon Mortimer

Steve Leigh

Alex Nixon

Jamie Mooney

Lee Goodall

Shawnee Phillips

Andrew Ozard

Fred Bratomi

Alex Ralph 1 goal

Danny Ford 6 goals

Zac Morris 1 goal

Subs

Treve Stevens 1 goal

Tom Goldsmith

Ben Bailey

Alex Collier

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camborne ath 2-1 wendron 4ths (1-0 h.t)

good competitive game both sides played good football.

cafc went 1-0 up from a matt sara corner kick curled straight in.

2nd half

cafc went 2-0 up from a great goal from conor morgan before wendron had a questionsble pen scored it before cafc score again but goal was disallowed not sure why. but on a whole great game and well reffed by kingsley debble.

was also go to play against a couple old team mates.

good luck to wendron they played some good tidy football.

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Wendron res 2-3 st.Agnes res

On probably the best pitch in the league Wendron took the lead with a great strike from the edge of the box but 10 min's later a 40 yrd pin point cross was headed home to tie it up at half time. In the second half Wendron came out quick and scored then they just sat back with st.Agnes doing all the pressing trying to find a way through which came 5 min's from time a corner headed into there own net. The Wendron managers head in his hands but st.Agnes was not done scoring in last 2 min's this time there manager was off up the pitch waving his hands in disbelief. Good result for st.Agnes.

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Trelawny League Division 4: Mousehole 3rds 5-5 Ludgvan Reserves

Ludgvan came from behind to share the points with Mousehole in a 5-5 draw at Trungle Parc.

After a fairly even opening period, the home side found themselves 3-0 up after a 10 minute spell which saw the Hurlers make a number of defensive errors.

Ludgvan were spurred into action after that and Liam Barnett got a goal back for the visitors with a fine curling effort that found the top right-hand corner.

Michael Fitchett reduced the deficit even further on the stroke of half-time, winning an aerial duel with Mousehole goalkeeper Shaun Vosper before bundling the ball into the empty net.

The Hurlers came out after the interval and created a number of chances thanks to some neat build-up play.

Jamie Leah should have drawn the visitors level when he raced through one-on-one with the goalkeeper, but an unfortunate bobble as he made contact with the ball sent it flying over the crossbar.

Minutes later, Leah made amends for his earlier miss by grabbing the equaliser. The forward latched on to a long ball forward from his brother, Ryan, and struck the ball first time, sending it across goal and into the bottom left-hand corner.

Despite doing all the hard work to come back from being 3-0 down, Ludgvan quickly found themselves behind once more.

A swift counter-attack saw the home side edge into a 4-3 lead, before another defensive mix-up allowed them to increase their advantage against the run of play.

With little more than five minutes remaining, Ben Mills pulled a goal back for Ludgvan after taking advantage of some large gaps in the Seagulls' defence and, as the game entered stoppage-time, (Jamie) Leah's through-ball put Fitchett through on goal. The midfielder made no mistake as he coolly slotted the ball past Vosper to earn his side a point.

Given that they controlled the game for large periods, the Hurlers will feel slightly disappointed not to have secured all three points in this one. However, credit must go to Mousehole as they took duly took advantage of a number of errors to put themselves in a position to win the game.

Ludgvan Reserves: J Fitchett; R Leah, Southcott, Matthews, M Harris (J Harris); M Fitchett, Mills, T Hannaford, Stevens; Barnett, J Leah.

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Division 5

St Erme 2-1 Mabe reserves

Mabe scorer Timmy hurrell

A closely fought contest between 2 teams at the top of the league. Mabe created chances through out but couldn't take them when they can along.

st Erme skipper scored from the edge of the box to put them 1-0 up, Mabe equalised shortly after, an in swinging corner going over everyone and straight in at the back post, 1-1 at half time

Both teams pushing for a winner in the 2nd half, it was st Erme who got it with 20 to go, a bullet header from an unmarked player at a corner. Mabe threw everything we could at St Erme to get an equaliser but we couldn't get through and St Erme took the 3 points and our unbeaten record

Not going to say anything about the ref, nice guy but wish he played the advantage a lot more that he said he would do at the start of the game

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Div 3

St.Day 3rds 1 V Helston 3rds 3

Very competitive and physical game that was good to watch. Helston took the lead on 15 minutes with a fine run and strike from jack noy. The lead was doubled on 30 mins with a goal from man of the match Bobby Huse. Helston dominated but St.Day got themselves back into it with a headed goal just before half time.

Helston sealed the victory with a Chris Matthews penalty.

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St Buryan 5, Threemilestone 1.

0-0 and very evenly matched sides early doors, then the ref harshly sends off 1 of ours for foul language after 15 mins, also made some bizzare decisions during the game but thats not unusual!!

Buryan scored within 5 minutes of the sending off but the Stones showed good character to bring the game level when Paul Suddes headed in from a corner. 1-1 half time. Buryan dominated most of the 2nd half with the stones limited to counter attacks and were slowly picked off as the half progressed and the lads tired. Lots of positives to take from the game but unfortunately the result was not one of them.

Good luck to the St Buryan boys for the rest of the season, they have some great players and are an decent lot too. Also thanks very much for the food after.

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Trelawney 5

Newbrigde Athletic 1-4 Newlyn Lions (HT 0-3)

Tough game against a decent Newbridge side. We went 1-0 up against the run of play.

The 1st goal settled us. And we went on to score 2 more before the end of the first half.

We got an early goal in the second half before Newbridge pulled one back.

All the best to Newbridge for the rest of the season.

Lions Goalscorers:

Jolon Williams 2

Oliver Pridham

Own Goal

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Trelawney 5

Newbrigde Athletic 1-4 Newlyn Lions (HT 0-3)

Tough game against a decent Newbridge side. We went 1-0 up against the run of play.

The 1st goal settled us. And we went on to score 2 more before the end of the first half.

We got an early goal in the second half before Newbridge pulled one back.

All the best to Newbridge for the rest of the season.

Lions Goalscorers:

Jolon Williams 2

Oliver Pridham

Own Goal

I think I may have to correct you there timbotastic! Jolon Williams had a hat trick thank very much of
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Well I finally got round to watching newlyn lions play today at mall as versus newbridge and I was very suprised to see wat I saw at a league 5 level both teams were very good, newbridge were certainly out the blocks faster than newlyn but against the play a major deflection lead to an own goal n some good football lead to 2 more goals b4 ht for newlyn n they scored very quickly to make it 4 then newbridge looked very good and did get their reward with a goal I think both teams r too good for this league but hope to watch newlyn again some time pkayed good football in spells very enjoyable too watch both teams though

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Marazion 11-0 St Buryan

A very one sided affair from the first whistle although it took a while to score the first goal. First half we were camped in the Saint's half probing down both flanks. This was a very different side to the one we drew with at the start of the season and once we scored the flood banks opened. First goal was scored when a cross was misjudged by the visiting keeper and Liam Mooney headed into an open net although it wasn't the cleanest of headers. Craig Rennard then doubled our tally when he controlled a cross before rifling past the keeper. Matty Thomas then got on the score sheet, although his shot had about as much power as a Robin Reliant going up hill against the wind!!!! Somehow, the keeper dived over the ball and it rolled into the back of the net....just. However, there was nothing wrong about his second. He collected a long clearance from Kevin Waite in goal then blasted high into the net from the edge of the box. 4-0 at half time but should have been more due to the chances and possession we had. Kevin in goal only touched the ball 4 times in the half and none of them amounted to a save.

Second half we scored 3 goals in the first 10 minutes. Liam scored his second firing into the bottom right hand corner from the left hand side. Dale Vigus opened his account for the season scoring twice. The first a tidy finish into the bottom corner after a neat build up and his second a shot from the edge of the box which went over the keeper. Craig scored his second before Matty completed his hat trick. We then put three defenders up front taking off Matty, Liam and Craig. Within minutes James Burlingham scored his first of the season after all three combined allowing James to chip the keeper. Sanjay Vadgama completed the scoring blasting in from just outside the box.

Probably our best game of the season in terms of dominating a game. St Buryan battled to the final whistle but only registered 1 shot on target from a free kick in the second half. Ref did a good job allowing the game to flow as best he could.

Kevin Waite

Anthony Stott

James Burlingham 1

Adam Caul

Adam Martin

Craig Rennard 2

Steve Hunt

Dale Vigus 2

Sanjay Vadgama 1

Matty Thomas 3

Liam Mooney 2

Subs

Jack Ralph

Scott James

Ali Birch

Danny Taylor

MOM - Dale Vigus : scored two and dominated the midfiled with Steve Hunt

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Newquay 4th - 3 Storm res 5

We Storm started the quicker and took advantage with 3 1st half goals. At half time the team talk was don't throw this away and work as hard as the 1st half. Right from the off Newquay started the brighter and scored two from resulting corners. Before adding another to our tally, conceding one and then finally putting the game to bed.

Storm man of the match Sam Taylor - ran the show and a brilliant hatrick.

Goal of the match - Tom Taylor beating 3/4 defenders on a mazy run before cooly slotting past the on coming keeper.

Storm scorers

Sam Taylor x 3

Kyle Chillman x 1

Tom Taylor x 1

Best of luck to Newquay for the rest of the season good young lads there

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Div 3

St.Day 3rds 1 V Helston 3rds 3

Very competitive and physical game that was good to watch. Helston took the lead on 15 minutes with a fine run and strike from jack noy. The lead was doubled on 30 mins with a goal from man of the match Bobby Huse. Helston dominated but St.Day got themselves back into it with a headed goal just before half time.

Helston sealed the victory with a Chris Matthews penalty.[/quote

Helston are a very good side and have a couple very good young players going forward,think the will take some stopping in winning the league. On a bad point there manager really needs to have a word with his number 6,very disrespectful to st.day player with the hearing disability.

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PREMIER

Mawnan 2-2 Holmans

Holmans came straight out of the blocks and dominated the game from the off. They took the lead after 10 minutes with a well worked move, and a finish in to the bottom corner. 5 minutes later it was 2-0 to Holmans when a sliced clearance went over the keepers head. At this stage, it looked like a matter of how many Holmans were going to win by.

However, Mawnan cleared their heads and slowly worked there way back into the game. A goal on the half hour for Mawnan gave them belief and we were happy to go in at half time at 2-1 down against a Holmans side who were by far the better side in the first half

The second half Mawnan got their act together and equalised 5 minutes into the half. After this Mawnan probably had the better of the second half, but both sides had chances to win the game, including Holmans hitting the post.

In the end a point each probably about right. Some very competitive games in the Premier division this season making for a tight league.

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Gwinear 1-4 Carharrack

We started the game very with great quality and could have been 3 or 4 up inside the first 10 minutes but for the Gwinear keeper pulling off a string of quality saves to keep the score at 0-0. our persistance payed off when Billy Williams opened the scoring with half an hour gone. then top scorer Ryan Stephens grabbed a brace and was unlucky not to make it a first half hatrick hitting the bar with a header from some great play from the reds. our 4th was scored by Jack Rapsey with his 3rd goal in 3 games for the club. a lapse in concetration then let Cameron Irish in on goal to round 2nd choice keeper Tom Davies and slot home a consolation goal. al the best to gwinear for the rest of the season who played some good football yesterday.

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Div 3

St.Day 3rds 1 V Helston 3rds 3

Very competitive and physical game that was good to watch. Helston took the lead on 15 minutes with a fine run and strike from jack noy. The lead was doubled on 30 mins with a goal from man of the match Bobby Huse. Helston dominated but St.Day got themselves back into it with a headed goal just before half time.

Helston sealed the victory with a Chris Matthews penalty.[/quote

Helston are a very good side and have a couple very good young players going forward,think the will take some stopping in winning the league. On a bad point there manager really needs to have a word with his number 6,very disrespectful to st.day player with the hearing disability.

Would that be the same St. Day player who spent the whole game sticking his fingers up in Helston s No 6 face??

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Trelawney 5

Stithians 5 - Probus 2

Probus were missing 5 starting lads and that's on top of the 4 who have moved full time to the First Team, but that takes nothing away from Stithians. Unfortunately (for Probus), we hit woodwork several times and Stithians keeper made over 20 saves - and we squandered several gilt edge chances. Bottom line is Stithians scored their chance along with a soft Probus own goal and very dubious penalty. Strange feeling when you have control of a game throughout but end up wrong side of a bad score line.

One of the disadvantages of having good players in a Reserve side and First Team taking precedent - can't grumble though as it's about developing the players and giving them best chances and playing Senior Cup against St Blazey must come first.

Sure Probus will be back firing on all cylinders next game and good luck to Stithians for rest of season.

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Div 3

St.Day 3rds 1 V Helston 3rds 3

Very competitive and physical game that was good to watch. Helston took the lead on 15 minutes with a fine run and strike from jack noy. The lead was doubled on 30 mins with a goal from man of the match Bobby Huse. Helston dominated but St.Day got themselves back into it with a headed goal just before half time.

Helston sealed the victory with a Chris Matthews penalty.[/quote

Helston are a very good side and have a couple very good young players going forward,think the will take some stopping in winning the league. On a bad point there manager really needs to have a word with his number 6,very disrespectful to st.day player with the hearing disability.

Would that be the same St. Day player who spent the whole game sticking his fingers up in Helston s No 6 face??

didn't notice that happening,if he did then that's wrong but nothing compared to what number 6 did.taking the piss out of someone's disability should never happen and if you don't condone that then shame on you.

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Newbridge Athletic 1-4 Newlyn Lions

Newbridge started well this week but failed to take their early chances. Unfortunately it was Newlyn that took the lead, Newlyn's corner was cleared by the home side but the returning shot was headed into his own net by Jonathan Griffiths. Newlyn seemed to have 4 players coming forward every time they attacked so were always looking dangerous on the break. Newlyn doubled their advantage with the Newbridge player running straight through the middle leaving his marker 5 yards behind him which he did most of the game to tuck it in past the Newbridge keeper. Newbridge were rattled after this and once again Newlyn scored again to go into the break 3-0 up.

After the interval Newbridge picked up their game again but once again were undone by a ball over the top, the Newbridge keeper was told to come for it even though could never make it and the Newlyn player made it to the ball first and chipped it over the top of him. After that Newbridge made a change and managed to get a goal back. Newbridge passing the ball round well and Joe Ashton managed to get a goal back. Newlyn determined to get more goals but Newbridge keeper had an excellent second half and made a string on excellent saves from almost certain goal scoring opportunities to keep the score at 4. Newbridge also had several attempts but the Newlyn keeper was equal to them or they failed to hit the target. Late on one Newbridge player was lucky to stay on the pitch with an over the top challenge but the ref gave nothing, the only thing he got wrong all game. Final score 1-4 to Newlyn.

Man of the Match for second time in a week went to two players, Joe Ashton and Aaron Jones who had an excellent second half with some super saves.

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Newbridge Athletic 1-4 Newlyn Lions

Newbridge started well this week but failed to take their early chances. Unfortunately it was Newlyn that took the lead, Newlyn's corner was cleared by the home side but the returning shot was headed into his own net by Jonathan Griffiths. Newlyn seemed to have 4 players coming forward every time they attacked so were always looking dangerous on the break. Newlyn doubled their advantage with the Newbridge player running straight through the middle leaving his marker 5 yards behind him which he did most of the game to tuck it in past the Newbridge keeper. Newbridge were rattled after this and once again Newlyn scored again to go into the break 3-0 up.

After the interval Newbridge picked up their game again but once again were undone by a ball over the top, the Newbridge keeper was told to come for it even though could never make it and the Newlyn player made it to the ball first and chipped it over the top of him. After that Newbridge made a change and managed to get a goal back. Newbridge passing the ball round well and Joe Ashton managed to get a goal back. Newlyn determined to get more goals but Newbridge keeper had an excellent second half and made a string on excellent saves from almost certain goal scoring opportunities to keep the score at 4. Newbridge also had several attempts but the Newlyn keeper was equal to them or they failed to hit the target. Late on one Newbridge player was lucky to stay on the pitch with an over the top challenge but the ref gave nothing, the only thing he got wrong all game. Final score 1-4 to Newlyn.

Man of the Match for second time in a week went to two players, Joe Ashton and Aaron Jones who had an excellent second half with some super saves.

Newbridge keeper sounds decent. Always gets a glowing report off AJ715. What's his name?

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Newbridge Athletic 1-4 Newlyn Lions

Newbridge started well this week but failed to take their early chances. Unfortunately it was Newlyn that took the lead, Newlyn's corner was cleared by the home side but the returning shot was headed into his own net by Jonathan Griffiths. Newlyn seemed to have 4 players coming forward every time they attacked so were always looking dangerous on the break. Newlyn doubled their advantage with the Newbridge player running straight through the middle leaving his marker 5 yards behind him which he did most of the game to tuck it in past the Newbridge keeper. Newbridge were rattled after this and once again Newlyn scored again to go into the break 3-0 up.

After the interval Newbridge picked up their game again but once again were undone by a ball over the top, the Newbridge keeper was told to come for it even though could never make it and the Newlyn player made it to the ball first and chipped it over the top of him. After that Newbridge made a change and managed to get a goal back. Newbridge passing the ball round well and Joe Ashton managed to get a goal back. Newlyn determined to get more goals but Newbridge keeper had an excellent second half and made a string on excellent saves from almost certain goal scoring opportunities to keep the score at 4. Newbridge also had several attempts but the Newlyn keeper was equal to them or they failed to hit the target. Late on one Newbridge player was lucky to stay on the pitch with an over the top challenge but the ref gave nothing, the only thing he got wrong all game. Final score 1-4 to Newlyn.

Man of the Match for second time in a week went to two players, Joe Ashton and Aaron Jones who had an excellent second half with some super saves.

Newbridge keeper sounds decent. Always gets a glowing report off AJ715. What's his name?

The keeper writes the report I believe? To be fair, he's never had a bad game. If he has, he's never said so on here!! Big fan of blowing smoke up his own arse! Self praise is no praise!

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Newbridge Athletic 1-4 Newlyn Lions

Newbridge started well this week but failed to take their early chances. Unfortunately it was Newlyn that took the lead, Newlyn's corner was cleared by the home side but the returning shot was headed into his own net by Jonathan Griffiths. Newlyn seemed to have 4 players coming forward every time they attacked so were always looking dangerous on the break. Newlyn doubled their advantage with the Newbridge player running straight through the middle leaving his marker 5 yards behind him which he did most of the game to tuck it in past the Newbridge keeper. Newbridge were rattled after this and once again Newlyn scored again to go into the break 3-0 up.

After the interval Newbridge picked up their game again but once again were undone by a ball over the top, the Newbridge keeper was told to come for it even though could never make it and the Newlyn player made it to the ball first and chipped it over the top of him. After that Newbridge made a change and managed to get a goal back. Newbridge passing the ball round well and Joe Ashton managed to get a goal back. Newlyn determined to get more goals but Newbridge keeper had an excellent second half and made a string on excellent saves from almost certain goal scoring opportunities to keep the score at 4. Newbridge also had several attempts but the Newlyn keeper was equal to them or they failed to hit the target. Late on one Newbridge player was lucky to stay on the pitch with an over the top challenge but the ref gave nothing, the only thing he got wrong all game. Final score 1-4 to Newlyn.

Man of the Match for second time in a week went to two players, Joe Ashton and Aaron Jones who had an excellent second half with some super saves.

Newbridge keeper sounds decent. Always gets a glowing report off AJ715. What's his name?

The keeper writes the report I believe? To be fair, he's never had a bad game. If he has, he's never said so on here!! Big fan of blowing smoke up his own arse! Self praise is no praise!

Its either very tongue in cheek or a great deal of self belief on a weekly basis ,haha

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If i had a bad game would have no problem saying i had a bad game. Im not that sort of person to big myself up all the time. If i made a mistake i would write it on here. Just write it how it is yeh its from my perspective but im sure my team would agree with my write ups and have help writing some from couple of my team mates as i cant remember it all. Yeh i had a great second half not going to lie.

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If i had a bad game would have no problem saying i had a bad game. Im not that sort of person to big myself up all the time. If i made a mistake i would write it on here. Just write it how it is yeh its from my perspective but im sure my team would agree with my write ups and have help writing some from couple of my team mates as i cant remember it all. Yeh i had a great second half not going to lie.

To be fair to him you rarely read a match report written by the opposition that that you totally agree with but his is spot on , he really did have a cracking second half. What's wrong with telling it straight ! Also I must comment on the young boy Newlyn brought on at left back for the last 20 min , speed ,strength, skill , he's got it all !

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Gwinear 9 (3) Madron 0

Took us a while to get into the game, 45 minutes in fact. Scored three in the first half but never really looked a threat until the second half. Started playing the type of football that has seen us beat both Mousehole and Mabe in the previous weeks and it was just too much for Madron.

Goal scorers:

Andrew Mushy Symons

Dave Bartlam x3 (3rd hat trick in 4 games, second bicycle kick in two games)

Nick Troon x 3

Reave Kendall from the subs bench to score x 2

Refereed well but was hard at times as there were quite a lot of biased decisions. You know it's gonna be a tough one when the ref is from the Penzance area and knows the Madron side on first name terms. That being said, controlled the game well and allowed a good steady flow of football to be played.

Madron are a side that look low in confidence and are having an unlucky run of form. Individually they have players who can make a difference but they just don't seem to gel as a squad, on a countless number of occasions they were arguing and throwing obscenities at each other, which is something I hate to see. Yes I understand that its frustration but it's something that needs to be nipped in the bud if they are going to improve. They don't deserve to get beaten by this scoreline each week and I hope they can soon get as a team and start picking up some points as they are a good bunch of lads. All the best for the rest of the season fellas

the ref is not from penzance, he is from about 18ish miles away

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