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Trelawny League - Saturday Jan 10th 2015


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PREMIER DIVISION

Chacewater PvP St Buryan

Gulval 1v2 Mawnan

St Keverne 1v2 Threemilestone

DIVISION 1

Hayle Reserves 1v8 Rosudgeon

Lizard Argyle 2v1 Praze-an-Beeble

Perranporth Reserves 2v0 Halsetown

RNAS Culdrose Reserves 1v2 Newlyn Non-Athletico

Stithians 3v3 St Agnes Reserves

Wendron United Reserves 0v3 St Ives Town Reserves

DIVISION 2

Illogan RBL 3rds 3v0 St Just Reserves

Marazion Blues 2v1 Chacewater Reserves

Pendeen Rovers 1v2 Penryn Athletic 3rds

Redruth United Reserves 0v5 Mullion Reserves

St Buryan Reserves 2v4 Storm

Trispen 6v3 Goonhavern Athletic Reserves

DIVISION 3

Helston Athletic 3rds 4v2 Marazion Blues Reserves

Mawnan Reserves PvP Cury

Newquay 3rds 4v2 St Agnes 3rds

St Day 3rds PvP Four Lanes

Wendron United 3rds 1v3 Camborne Park

DIVISION 4

Carharrack Reserves 1v9 Mabe

Falmouth Town 5v2 Mousehole 3rds

Gwinear Churchtown Reserves 4v0 Troon Reserves

Madron PvP Lizard Argyle Reserves

Newlyn Non-Athletico Reserves PvP Frogpool & Cusgarne Reserves

Penwith Exiles 10v0 St Ives Mariners

DIVISION 5

Camborne Town 5v1 Wendron United 4ths

Falmouth DC 0v6 Probus Reserves

Mabe Reserves 4v0 Stithians Reserves

Newbridge Athletic PvP Newquay 4ths

Newlyn Lions PvP Trevenson United Reserves

Railway Locomotiv 3v0 Camborne Athletic

Storm Reserves 0v3 St Erme

PERCY STEPHENS CUP

Lanner 1v3 Constantine

St Day Reserves 1v5 Holman Sports Club

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I am pretty sure whatever the weather is and how many people come on here saying games off bloody weather etc and moaning about midweek games... mostly players take a quick second think maybe if we help the groundsmen once in while we may get a few more games on!

i mention this as last week i spoke to someone who said a game was called off as pitch couldn't have enough work done in enough time but the groundsman got the manager to text the players see if could help and none replied at all to the text, and couple hours later game was called off and most players replied complaining about game being off strange.....

I expect their to be a lot of midweek games the weather will worsen no doubt just hopefully a lot of people will give groundsmen a helping hand over coming weeks!

On another note hoping our game at wendron will be on tomorrow i know their are 3 games at their pitches tomorrow and i am sure the club people at wendron have people working very hard to get all the games on tomorrow fingers crossed :)

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Agreed scott last we over half of the camborne athletic team ws on our pitch by 11am forking and brushing. Iv told them if they dont all pull together il call games off as im not doing it by myself and well like i sd above the lads worked hard to get the game on. To many clubs call games off so they can keep their pitches looking perfect and not cutting up.

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Agreed scott last we over half of the camborne athletic team ws on our pitch by 11am forking and brushing. Iv told them if they dont all pull together il call games off as im not doing it by myself and well like i sd above the lads worked hard to get the game on. To many clubs call games off so they can keep their pitches looking perfect and not cutting up.

Well said dave

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Agreed scott last we over half of the camborne athletic team ws on our pitch by 11am forking and brushing. Iv told them if they dont all pull together il call games off as im not doing it by myself and well like i sd above the lads worked hard to get the game on. To many clubs call games off so they can keep their pitches looking perfect and not cutting up.

Problem is mostly these players understandbly sign on as just players for club as just players and aslong as they pay their subs turn up training and turn up in matches they feel thats all their needed to do, clubs have try get across how hard people work and time people put in to try get a team out every single week and make pitches playable and if that interested in playing and love club you will help....

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Can't believe St day vs Four lanes was called off today. Pitch was in playable condition. Called off by a referee who wasn't associated with the game, at 10.45am as waterlogged inspected at 9.30am. Also seen that a few of the St day boys were called up to play 2nds via facebook. So was the reason that St day couldn't raise a side for the 2nd time this season. Hmmm dubious.

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penwith 10 mariners 0 strange game played in great spirits,sorry we didnt come back to your pub we thought you were going back to the sportsmans lol doesnt feel like we hammered today,both teams had chances fair play to penwith took there chances and we didnt simple as that,nathan burt was outstanding for then who are very good on the astro pitch.all the best

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Can't believe St day vs Four lanes was called off today. Pitch was in playable condition. Called off by a referee who wasn't associated with the game, at 10.45am as waterlogged inspected at 9.30am. Also seen that a few of the St day boys were called up to play 2nds via facebook. So was the reason that St day couldn't raise a side for the 2nd time this season. Hmmm dubious.

Which bit of the field of play did you look at? Game was finally decided to be cancelled at 10.30. As the referee had to travel so far a local referee was called in to inspect, and under pressure from the manager who had a strong squad to play, had to call the game off. But when the weather expected next week comes in anyone is welcome to come along and inspect with the referee who does inspections.

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Mabe reserves 4-0 stithians reserves

Scorers: Sam duckham (2), Niall Morgan and Steve annear

Pitch was soft but in a playable condition considering the rain we have had.

Mabe came out firing in the 1st half, high tempo and quick passing opened stithians up consistantly but it took until 20 minutes in to break the deadlock. Good ball in between the centre half and full back, allowed our winger to run in to smash home. We moved the ball well across the pitch, a well worked goal finished off at the back post for the 2nd. 3rd goal came not long after, good work down the right, cut inside and rifled in across goal into the bottom corner. Half time 3-0

Stithians came out in the 2nd half and had a go at us, pushing forward trying to get into the game. We kept them at bay for the whole half, playing counter attacking football trying to kill the game off. No more goals came until the final minutes, a cross came in from the right and a flicked header over the out rushing keeper sealed the game for Mabe

Quick mention for mike glanville, our red for the day. Let the game flow and spoke to players when he needed too, always know when a ref has had a good day when you don't know he is there. Top ref and nice bloke

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Wendron 3rds 1 - Camborne park 3

Tough game against a youthful wendron side in tough windy conditions, credit to people at wendron who obviously worked hard to make pitch playable and even though it was a bit soft under foot as expected pitch held up well!

We created lots of chances but only took 3, another 3 points though at a tough place against a team who will cause a lot of teams a few problems..... goals for us

Mike catterall

Pete norfolk

Malcolm nicholls

Man of match joe day, special mention young lady alice brown refereeing today thought she did good job and mainly was consistent sure more experience she has she will be a cracking ref :) see wendron in return game at our place at end of month

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Have to defend st day asterix and say that the far pitch is what we warmed up on and was defo not playable all along the far side was like a swamp . One of our management team had wellies on and his whole boot was covered in muddy water. Ps they did draft in players Gavin boon and he scored when Dan jewell slipped other than that he was looking out of dans pocket?

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Gwinear Reserves 4 Troon Reserves 0

Game was dead and buried in the first fifteen minutes as Gwinear's clinical finishing continued.

With a break last week, it would have been easy for us to become complacent and a bit sloppy, but it wasn't the case.

From the kick off, we put pressure on the Troon players and I t wasn't long before we were a goal up.

Dave Bartlam picked the ball up on the edge of the box, full of confidence, ran at the defence, beating two defenders in the process. The shot came, with the keeper saving well, deflecting the ball onto the cross bar, only for the waiting Josh Chandler to slot home with his head from two yards.

A short while later, some good play between the strikers and midfielders mounted the pressure on the Troon defence, with Andrew "Mushy" Symons shot being saved, only for Carl "Stretch" Stretton to score with the rebound.

Within fifteen minutes, the third goal came from the right hand side, Josh chandler putting pressure on the left back who tried clearing the ball, only getting it as far as Bartlam, who slid in to get the ball. A quick one-two with Chandler and Bartlam was in, using his pace, rounding the keeper and scoring with his left into an empty net.

Troon had a few good chances, with the twins coming close, only for in-form keeper Pete Willis to save. The Gwinear defence held strong again today, it's easy to praise the strikers for getting the goals. But it's all too common for the keepers and defence to be overlooked. With 9 wins and a draw within our last ten games, we have scored about 50 goals, conceding just four! That's a great record by any means and it's a credit to our back line for their discipline aswell as technical ability.

The second half, we were off the boil. Neither team really had a clear chance on goal and the game was end to end and played primarily in the centre of the park, with Both sets of midfielders fighting their personal battles.

With twenty minutes to go, a fantastic through ball from Shaun Isaacs saw the run of Dave Bartlam, who heard the shout "He's off his line" from Mushy Symons, from twenty yards, the shot was taken, beating the keeper and finding the bottom left.

4-0 was a fair result and one that I think both teams will agree was the rightful outcome.

All credit to Troon, it's not an easy place to come and get a result. Robs doing a fantastic job, with youth leading the way in the squad with a few experienced heads in Scott Grant, Wisey and Gary. Hopefully they will get back to winning ways soon. All ten best to Rob and the rest of the lads, we'll see you at your place soon :)

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Div 3

Helston 3rds 4 v Marazion 2

Massive win for us today after last week's abysmal performance. We started the game very well and missed a couple of good chances before a we were awarded a penalty for hand ball to go 1-0 up through Chris Matthews. We then seem to switch off and Marazion came back at us and we conceded two sloppy goals in 10 minutes to trail 2-1 at Halftime. We felt at half time we were the better team and could turn it around which we certainly did in the second half. Matt Thirkle equalised when his shot slipped through the keepers hands..then a Chris Matthews free kick gave us the lead. Matt Beecher completed the scoring with a bullet header. Too a man we were superb today...and it's now very tight at the top of the table.

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St Day 1 Holmans 5

Good side at holmans a bloody handful up top in particular Kyle Marks and Jack Stocker loads of pace between them and could go on to play a good standard must say we missed a few but they missed a lot more so score line could of finished 15 - 4 roll on nxt week lol

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Anyone know if st keverne v threemilestone is on?

Won 1-2 Ad's.

Threemilestone were well on top 1st half and went 1up on about the half hour when joey sims put a lovely ball through to mezza who finisned well from 6 yards. 2nd half St Keverne came into the game more and equalised with 10 to go. Not long after the restart alex rose was brought down just outside the box, Bright's free kick took a deflection off a defender to wizz past the keeper. A deserved win for the stones who I thought dominated large parts of the game. Pitch was in very good condition considering the recent conditions!

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St Day 1 Holmans 5

Good side at holmans a bloody handful up top in particular Kyle Marks and Jack Stocker loads of pace between them and could go on to play a good standard must say we missed a few but they missed a lot more so score line could of finished 15 - 4 roll on nxt week lol

Mitch you still got it matey nice seeing some of my old players in you and Joff & Chris coming on at the end, tough job there at the minute but hopefully get better for you lads.?

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PREMIER

Gulval 1-2 Mawnan

Mawnan started very brightly against a team that are struggling in the league but had a feeling it could be one of those days when the Gulval keeper made 5 good saves in the first 10 minutes and we hit the bar. After the first 20 minutes Mawnan started to get frustrated and impatient but finally broke the deadlock on 30 minutes. Following this Mawnan continued to create chances but just couldnt get the important second.

Mawnan again started strongly in the second half, but as the game went on and they didnt get the second, Gulvals belief grew, and an equaliser was always the concern. This came to fruition after 5 minutes and put Mawnan in danger of dropping 2 valuable points. However, Mawnan quickly struck back to make it 2-1.

Mawnan couldnt get the third to finish Gulval off but managed to see out the game for an important 3 points.

Credit to Gulval for sticking to it despite a tough season. Got a few good youngsters down there who will hopefully help them progress in the future.

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Storm reserves- 0 St Erme - 3

In blustery conditions St Erme continued their fine form with another 3 pts and a 0-3 win away to Storm at Clijah Croft.

The game was difficult for both sides in the blustery conditions and St Erme were unlucky not to be awarded a penalty early on, however they did make the breakthrough eventually after a free kick from Dave Hill rebounded back to Adam Conveney who made no mistake with a great strike that the keeper couldn't keep out, the half time whistle went with the away side a goal to the good.

The 2nd half got underway and it was soon 0-2 to the away side after some good play from Jolly who managed to hold off his marker to play Terry Campbell in who finished sweetly with a great low drive. The home side had a couple of chances most notably from a free kick but that was well saved by Langmaid in the St Erme goal.

The game was then made safe by the brilliant Campbell who picked up the ball on the halfway line before taking on the Storm defence beating them all, before finishing the run with a great strike over the keeper.

The game came to an end without much more action and St Erme went home with the 3 points, well played to Storm who made it difficult for us at times today and will hold their own this season.

St Erme Man of the Match -Goalkeeper Lee Langmaid who on his birthday kept a clean sheet, closely pushed all the way by the brilliant Terry Campbell and right back Alan Dennis who had a superb game also.

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Illogan 3's. 3 St just 2's. 0

In our first game in what seemed like ages we were a bit rusty first 45, having said that let's not take anything away from St just who had a good shape and at times looked dangerous helped by a couple of first teamers. It just goes to show how having a couple of experienced senior players can help teams at this level just through talking and organising. We are very lucky ourselves to have old codgers like myself, Ryan treloar, Nicky ward that can talk to our young pups. Credit them for listening mind cause that doesn't always happen. Anyway the game, was a great battle and credit to both teams the majority of it was hard and fair with handshakes and brushing down after most tackles. St just could have taken the lead but for a great last ditch tackle by Mitch and a shot that curled just passed the post, lots of play in the middle of the park but think we just about bossed possession, level pegging may of been fair but right on the whistle a low drive in to the box was turned in allegedly by Luke hart.

Half time 1-0

Second half against the wind and we started the brighter scoring early Luke hart quickest to react from a shot coming back of the bar to guide it home, St just kept battling away without much of a cutting edge Andy Curnow hitting a couple of long shots not quite on target, Luke hart made it 3 for him and us finishing close in from stipes cross. After this St just threw caution to the wind and tried to utilise it by going long, which caused a bit of panic in the illogan defence, this was St just's best spell of the game with a disallowed goal for offside a couple of long shots on target and Andrew curnow hitting the bar with a header, but we held on for the clean sheet. Very enjoyable game played in a really good spirit and sensibly refereed by Anita, all the best to St just.

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Pendeen 1 v 2 Penryn Res

First of all like to say Well done to the Pendeen ground staff, who got this game on. Surprisingly the pitch held up very well.

Both teams trying to play football on a heavy ground, I do not write on this forum to have a go a referees without the refs we would not have any games at all, but there are so many talking points on this game yesterday. Penryn started the game better quickly forcing Pendeen on to the back foot and after 4 mins Pendeen conceded a penalty. Talking point No.1 Pendeen goal keeper trips the Penryn center forward in the box. Penalty was given. No arguments at all and the goal keeper got away without a booking or sending off (strange) from the penalty kick the Pendeen keeper saved well. Throwing the ball out immediately Pendeen straight down the other end, Silas Sullivan scored for Pendeen. Within 2 minuets Penryn equalized, Penryn then were the better side for much of the first half. Talking Point No.2 Pendeen lifted a high ball in to the box, a Penryn player attempted to head the ball away, slipping on the wet ground knocked the ball away with his hand to stop the Pendeen forward from scoring, the ref was standing no more than 10 yards away and said he didn't see it.

Half - Time.

Second half much the same as the first alot of hard work, nasty looking tackles . 62 Mins Penryn broke clear caught the Pendeen defence square. Talking point No.3 Linesman flagging for offside. The ref waved play on and Penryn player who was offside scored making it 2-1. The ref who was 20 yards away decided not to talk to the linesman, don't know why ?. Pendeen then threw everything at Penryn looking for the equalizer the Penryn goal keeper making 2 fine saves and also Pendeen hit the bar. The game finished with Penryn winning 2-1.

MOM for Pendeen :- Christian Whitaker non stop work, also a good shout out to Dean Mooney making his debut for Pendeen had a solid game.

Its a shame that none of the Penryn team came back for a beer with the Pendeen boys, don't know why ?.

Well played Penryn, Good Luck for the rest of the season.

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Madron Vs Lizard Reserves

Div 4

Really disappointed that Madron called off their home game against us on Saturday due to a waterlogged pitch. I spoke to the chap on Friday evening and he clearly didn't want to play even then but said he would do a pitch inspection Saturday morning. Surprise surprise he called it off. I was in the area on Sunday morning so went along to the pitch not only to find it completely UN-waterlogged, but in great condition with grass between the goalposts and not even soft. I took some video while walking around and even though it was 24 hours later there's no way it went from waterlogged and dangerous to firm in that time.

We will have plenty of weekends when we can't play football due to the weather, and certain pitches get affected more than others, but this wasn't one of them. Which leads to the question - why call the game off if the pitch is playable....?

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