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Trelawny League - Saturday February 21st 2015


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Premier Division

Holman Sports Club  6v1              Threemilestone                               

Mawnan        3v0              Chacewater       

Mousehole Reserves   2v0              Constantine

St Day Reserves      6v0              Gulval

St Keverne          1v2              Gwinear Churchtown                    

 

Division 1

St Agnes Reserves           AvA              St Ives Town Reserves (Abandoned)

Stithians               2v1              Newlyn Non-Athletico

Wendron United Reserves  1v6              Trevenson United                          

 

Division 2

Chacewater Reserves    0v4              Penryn Athletic 3rds

Pendeen Rovers             7v0              St Just Reserves

Redruth United Reserves    0v0              Marazion Blues

Sennen                     3v6              Trispen

St Buryan Reserves    3v1              Illogan RBL 3rds

Storm    1v1              Mullion Reserves                            

 

Division 3

Cury       4v3              Holman SC Reserves

Marazion Blues Reserves     1v2              Camborne Park

Newquay 3rds   3v0              Four Lanes

St Agnes 3rds     0v5              Wendron United 3rds

St Day 3rds          1v3              Lanner

West Cornwall Reserves       3v3              Mawnan Reserves         

 

Division 4           

Gwinear Churchtown Reserves    5v0              Praze-an-Beeble Reserves

Lizard Argyle Reserves   1v2              Carharrack Reserves

Madron                    3v5              Ludgvan Reserves

Mousehole 3rds      3v5              Falmouth Town

Penwith Exiles   13v0              Frogpool & Cusgarne Reserves

 

Division 5

Camborne Town     4v1              Falmouth DC

Mabe Reserves       3v2              Storm Reserves

Newbridge Athletic      4v3              Stithians Reserves

St Erme              1v5              Newlyn Lions

Trevenson United Reserves   1v2              Camborne Athletic

Wendron United 4ths    0v1              Probus Reserves                             

 

Percy Stephens Cup

Carharrack        4v3              West Cornwall

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Trelawney 5
Wendron 4ths 0 - Probus Reserves 1
Enjoyable game of football to watch, even with the sleet and strong wind blowing straight down length of pitch. Probus played into the wind in first half and started with some excellent football, albe it wind made it very hard to press home possession advantage. Wendron had a few long range shorts, which of on target would have caused real problems. Second half went with wind and Probus controlled first 20 minutes and finally getting break through with a solo effort and uncharacteristic lapse in Wendron defence. In fairness to Wendron they controlled the last 15 and were unlucky not to get an equaliser - just last touches letting them down. Andy and squad at Wendron have a good organised squad and should not be in their current league position. Best of luck to them - a good friendly and welcoming squad.

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Division Three

Marazion Res 1 Camborne Park 2

Park Scorers
Catterall
Prout pen

A good game where both teams had plenty of chances and how it stayed at low as it did I don't know

park went 1 up through catterall goal after he latched onto a free ball after the keeper bravely saved at matt osborns feet with 5 mins left before HT

Park doubled there lead when Catterall was taken down in the box and Prout stepped up to take the penalty and sent the keeper the wrong way

Half time came and we wanted to keep them at bay for as long as possible so Marazion decided to ruin this plan by scoring within 5 minutes of the restart

This stretched the game and both teams had chances with both post and crossbar rattled several times

Thankfully we were able to keep them at bay and put the pressure on the chancing pack in the league

Good luck to Marazion for the rest of the season and may possibly still have a cup tie later in the season

And lastly a great spread after the game Top stuff

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div 4 mariners vs newlyn postponed as newlyn unable to raise a side

Apologies Fudge. If you look at Newlyn NA's record, you will see this is an extremely rare occurrence. It was possible we could have mustered together 7 players, but that was not even guaranteed, and that would have left the 1st team with the bare 11 as well. And of the 7, 5 of us would have been 50 y/o and over, with no "goalkeeper". Really disappointed and sorry about it.
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Sennen 3-6 Trispen.

Difficult conditions with a blustery wind that only got stronger.

Trispen raced into a 4 goal lead with the wind but conceded a sloppy goal at the end of the half.

Second half similar to the first with Sennen having the lion share of the half scoring 2 goals and giving themselves a chance. Trispen still had the cutting edge even against the wind and scored 2 pens to make the final score a little more comfortable than it might suggest.

Thanks to Sennen for the hospitality after the game. Lovely grub!

Trispen scorers Shane Weeks 3, Elliot Dodd 2 (pens), and Dean Dunn with a screamer.

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Gwinear Churchtown Reserves 5 Praze Reserves 0

Very closely contested first half with very few chances. Gwinear keeper making some fantastic saves to keep the score at 0-0

Second half, completely different story, Gwin pressed continuously and were much more clinical with their passing. It took an own goal for the game to come alive, but once it did, Gwinear were unstoppable.

To be fair, we should have scored more, despite scoring with my left for my first, I squandered two good chances with that weak foot of mine. Fair result at the end of the day and one we're happy with.

Goal scorers in order:
Own goal - great throw by Nick Troon, met by a Praze defenders head, diverting it past the keeper and into the top right
Dave Bartlam - through ball just Into the area, hit with the left first time across the keeper and into the bottom right
Jason Fenton - A DB corner saw Fents smash home the header from 8 yards into the right side
Dave Bartlam - through ball again from the super sub Connor Arthur, defender left it, DB lobs oncoming keeper
Josh Chandler - great through ball to the left wing, hit first time with the left boot from 25 yards, beating the keeper and finding the inside of the left post

A great result and one we're happy with. Very strong game, physical but fair (as you'd expect) challenges mounted all ver the park. Always a pleasure to play our local rivals. We wish them all the best for the remainder of the season.

Not sure of the refs name, he's quite an old chap but done really well.. Couldn't keep up with the pace of the game but didn't really put a foot wrong

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Mabe reserves 3-2 storm reserves

Mabe scorers: Lewis pellow, Sam Duckham and Ben Roberts

Mabe 3-0 up at half time and in total control of the game, early corner that wasn't cleared in the 1st half gave storm hope of getting a result. Mabe continued to dominate possession in the 2nd half but could turn the pressure into goals. Storm got another with 10 to go to set up a nervy finish but the equaliser didn't come and we held on for 3 well deserved points

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St Erme - 1 Newlyn lions - 5

Today we welcomed 2nd placed Newlyn Lions to castle fields for this top of the table clash, but unfortunately for the home side it was the visitors who took all 3 pts and put pressure on us at the top.

The home side struggled to get really going at all throughout the 90 mins and found themselves 2 down by half time and on the balance of play Newlyn throughly deserved the lead, however St Erme did create a couple of chances that came to nothing.

2nd half started and the home side were still not great but did improve a little after the break unfortunately for them though Newlyn scored two quick goals to put the game to bed and end any chance of a come back.

Dave Hill reduced the arrears from the spot but that was as good as it got for St Erme on the day, and there was still time for Newlyn to grab a 5th and the goal of the game with a great strike into the top corner to complete the scoring.

As for St Erme we dust ourselves down and we go again with only our 2nd loss of the season there is still a lot of points to play for.

But credit to Newlyn they were deserving winners on the day and will continue to be a tough team to beat this season.

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Carharrack 4-3 West Cornwall

 

Ref said our pitch was unplayable so we went across to clijah to get the game on. Finally!!

We started the game with a centre back in goal and a makeshift xi and an injury to makeshift rb Ryan Jones after 5 mins didn't help, but some good pressure off the ball and some clinical finishing grabbed us 3 quick fire goals. James Davies opening the scoring, Luke Osborne with a header, and Ryan Stephens with one of the best goals I've ever seen. Dario pisano put us 4-0 up just after half time. Credit to west Cornwall they kept coming at us despite the score line. Got 2 back and then a great strike from Ryan Cooper was ruled out for offside (unlucky, great ping) and some poor marking made it 4-3 but we held on for the win. Great cup tie and a trip to holmans in the next round!

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Carharrack 4-3 West Cornwall
 
Ref said our pitch was unplayable so we went across to clijah to get the game on. Finally!!
We started the game with a centre back in goal and a makeshift xi and an injury to makeshift rb Ryan Jones after 5 mins didn't help, but some good pressure off the ball and some clinical finishing grabbed us 3 quick fire goals. James Davies opening the scoring, Luke Osborne with a header, and Ryan Stephens with one of the best goals I've ever seen. Dario pisano put us 4-0 up just after half time. Credit to west Cornwall they kept coming at us despite the score line. Got 2 back and then a great strike from Ryan Cooper was ruled out for offside (unlucky, great ping) and some poor marking made it 4-3 but we held on for the win. Great cup tie and a trip to holmans in the next round!

Yeah fair report Harry. Thought we were the better side for the majority, however we seem to be the gift that keep on giving, our own mistakes too often giving goals away. Can't do it against the top sides I'm afraid. As you said though, you took your chances and that was the difference today. Can't expect to start playing from 4 down and win games. Coops was unlucky to have his goal chalked off for offside, even one of your lads said Chats wasn't offside when he laid the ball off. 4-3 with 15 left is a different game, unfortunately we got the third with about 3 left and was too late really. Cracking cup tie though, plenty of fight and some good football all round. Well done for getting the game on, never gonna be played at your pitch, that's gonna take some time and good weather to sort it out. Also thought the ref had a decent game too. All the best in the next round guys.
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Disappointing day for us at Frogpool. Played with a lack of heart and spirit but Penwith played us off of the park. Game played in good spirit and I am struggling to see why Penwith were getting so much criticism for their style of play/aggression.

 

Well done to them, played brilliant football, see you in a few weeks!

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Trelawny League Division 4: Madron 3-5 Ludgvan Reserves

 

Ludgvan extended their winning run by beating Madron 5-3 in difficult conditions at King George V Playing Field.

 

Strong winds and an uneven playing surface made it difficult for the Hurlers to get their passing game going in this one, but they took the lead when Jamie Leah pounced on the rebound after Adam Fletcher's shot from the edge of the penalty area.

 

That lead would not last long, however, as Madron drew level when Tom Ramsey inadvertently turned a looping corner into his own net.

 

Ludgvan were continually frustrated by the lack of a final ball, but re-took the lead when Ben Mills' found Michael Fitchett who applied the finish from close-range.

 

The home side equalised once again after a hopeful shot from the edge of the area - helped by the wind - was misjudged by goalkeeper Jonathan Fitchett, making the score 2-2.

 

Madron's policy of shooting from anywhere and everywhere was then rewarded when they snatched a 3-2 lead as a shot from the right-hand side went through the legs of Fitchett in the Hurlers' goal.

 

Michael Fitchett netted his second goal of the game less than a minute later, to send the two sides in at the interval level at 3-3.

 

With the wind now on their side, Ludgvan enjoyed the lion's share of possession but did not have anything to show for it until substitute Liam Barnett fired in from a corner.

 

The second half was then overshadowed by a nasty knee injury sustained by Hurlers' right-back Ryan Leah, who was taken to hospital after a 10 minute delay [Ryan wishes to thank to both clubs for their help and concerns, he has damaged his ligaments and will be on crutches for 10 days or so].

 

Ludgvan were made to adapt their playing style for the entirety of this one thanks to a combination of the wind and the pitch, secured the three points when Mills' corner was helped into the back of the net by the Madron goalkeeper as it ended 5-3.

 

Thanks to Madron for your hospitality and we look forward to welcoming you to Fair Field later in the season.

 

Ludgvan Reserves: J Fitchett; R Leah (Rowe), Ramsey (Weir), Matthews, M Harris; Mills, Fletcher, T Hannaford, M Fitchett; Wing, J Leah (Barnett).

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Marazion 1 -  Camborne Park 2

 

A very tough battle down at marazion between 1st and 3rd in trelawny division 3! Few different faces in both sides, the game was played in tough conditions a swirling strong wind affected the game but both sides did their best to deal with it and the pitch was looking in decent condition however a bit soft underfoot which was duly expected with heavy day of rain thursday.

 

We started well and felt we got on front foot from the kick-off and was getting the ball out wide at every occasion using the wide pitch to our strengths pete norfolk and captain reece prout immediately was causing the marazion full backs problems with their direct running and top scorer mike catterall was giving the marazion centre backs lots to think about with his running off the ball, but after about 15 minutes against the run of play a long goal kick from marazion keeper and their young striker was in on goal with a wicked bounce over park defence luckily parks right back martin richards got back in and made great tackle as he was bearing down on goal....

 

Then at other end minutes later scott lake's pass down line to mike catterall he went past two defenders before cutting back to matt osborn who was playinga more advanced number 10 role and his side footed finished cannoned back off the inside of the post and cleared for corner by marazion defender, from the resulting corner prout's inswinging corner found centre back anthony nicholls who rose highest in box his bullet header was tipped over bar brilliantly by marazions keeper, norfolk, catterall and debutant stuart richardson was then all denied in next few minutes by marazion goalkeeper.

 

But on half an hour mark a ball forward found matt osborn gambling on it he was denied by keeper from point blank range, brave goalkeeping at the feet of the park attacker ball fell for mike catterall who beat a covering defender and slotted ball home 1-0 park.

2 minutes later carl hubbard who was playing his first ever game in defence played great ball down wing to mike catterall who beat two players before being hacked down in box.. penalty was given! question we asked was he was in on goal only goalkeeper their if that's not clear goal scoring opportunity i don't know what is?? However the player stayed on field after talking to the referee, Captain reece prout sent keeper wrong way 2-0 park. A minute to go before half-time and it went with no more real action. half time 2-0

 

Second half was completley end too end with some decent chances at both ends, marazion 5 minutes into second half got a goal back when a long throw into the park box found marazion striker shawn phillips who had a cracking game his pass across box found a marazion half-time substitute who found the net 2-1 game on!

 

Park in the next minutes did well to steady the ship against a marazion team growing in confidence since the goal, but it was marazions goalkeeper who stole the show in the last 30 minutes two brilliant saves from matt osborn and reece prout and then osborn minutes later was denied by the bar from a norfolk corner replacements marcus grasso and andy osborn entered the fray and grasso went close minutes after coming on and andy osborn began to dominate all midfield exchanges winning headers, tackles and finding feet of parks dangerous forward players on many occasions more half chances came for marazion on break but never hit the target and were restricted too shooting from 20-25 yards out, another tough game out the way 5 more still to go glad to get this one out the way.

 

Nice spread after the game, and marazion keeper simon mortimer named home team man of match without doubt some brilliant saves and very brave throughout the game, good luck to marazion rest of season maybe see you later on in season in the cup :)

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Coys, I'm sure given time we'll get something in place to put us in a position that were we to finish in a promotion place, we would take it. We've got boys who should be, and deserve to be playing at that level, and as a club we've always aimed to push on every year. Just think this year, with a lot needed to be done off the field, was a year too early. All being well, next year we will be in a better position on and off the field, fighting on all fronts and give ourselves the opportunity to progress.

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Marazion 1 -  Camborne Park 2
 
A very tough battle down at marazion between 1st and 3rd in trelawny division 3! Few different faces in both sides, the game was played in tough conditions a swirling strong wind affected the game but both sides did their best to deal with it and the pitch was looking in decent condition however a bit soft underfoot which was duly expected with heavy day of rain thursday.
 
We started well and felt we got on front foot from the kick-off and was getting the ball out wide at every occasion using the wide pitch to our strengths pete norfolk and captain reece prout immediately was causing the marazion full backs problems with their direct running and top scorer mike catterall was giving the marazion centre backs lots to think about with his running off the ball, but after about 15 minutes against the run of play a long goal kick from marazion keeper and their young striker was in on goal with a wicked bounce over park defence luckily parks right back martin richards got back in and made great tackle as he was bearing down on goal....
 
Then at other end minutes later scott lake's pass down line to mike catterall he went past two defenders before cutting back to matt osborn who was playinga more advanced number 10 role and his side footed finished cannoned back off the inside of the post and cleared for corner by marazion defender, from the resulting corner prout's inswinging corner found centre back anthony nicholls who rose highest in box his bullet header was tipped over bar brilliantly by marazions keeper, norfolk, catterall and debutant stuart richardson was then all denied in next few minutes by marazion goalkeeper.
 
But on half an hour mark a ball forward found matt osborn gambling on it he was denied by keeper from point blank range, brave goalkeeping at the feet of the park attacker ball fell for mike catterall who beat a covering defender and slotted ball home 1-0 park.
2 minutes later carl hubbard who was playing his first ever game in defence played great ball down wing to mike catterall who beat two players before being hacked down in box.. penalty was given! question we asked was he was in on goal only goalkeeper their if that's not clear goal scoring opportunity i don't know what is?? However the player stayed on field after talking to the referee, Captain reece prout sent keeper wrong way 2-0 park. A minute to go before half-time and it went with no more real action. half time 2-0
 
Second half was completley end too end with some decent chances at both ends, marazion 5 minutes into second half got a goal back when a long throw into the park box found marazion striker shawn phillips who had a cracking game his pass across box found a marazion half-time substitute who found the net 2-1 game on!
 
Park in the next minutes did well to steady the ship against a marazion team growing in confidence since the goal, but it was marazions goalkeeper who stole the show in the last 30 minutes two brilliant saves from matt osborn and reece prout and then osborn minutes later was denied by the bar from a norfolk corner replacements marcus grasso and andy osborn entered the fray and grasso went close minutes after coming on and andy osborn began to dominate all midfield exchanges winning headers, tackles and finding feet of parks dangerous forward players on many occasions more half chances came for marazion on break but never hit the target and were restricted too shooting from 20-25 yards out, another tough game out the way 5 more still to go glad to get this one out the way.
 
Nice spread after the game, and marazion keeper simon mortimer named home team man of match without doubt some brilliant saves and very brave throughout the game, good luck to marazion rest of season maybe see you later on in season in the cup :)

Great write up Scott. It was a cracking game and I'm glad we could actually make a game of it with 4 of our 5 strikers out. Hopefully we play you again in the cup. Good luck!!
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Trelawny League Div 2

Pendeen Rovers 7 v 0 St Just Reserves 

 

Unfortunately one way traffic from start to finish, Pendeen's first goal came after 5 mins, Jordan Taylor scoring from just inside the box with a fine shot, 4 mins later Jordan Taylor again making it 2 - 0. In a game like this you miss more than you score, Pendeen missed a number of good chances before Silas Sullivan scored from a goal mouth scramble. 3 - 0.

Half Time.

The second half same as the first. Pendeen pressing relentlessly on the St Just goal. Again missing a number of good chances, Jordan Taylor making it 4 - 0. To be fair to St Just they never gave up the battle, with veteran Bobby Sweeney playing and still putting in some meaty tackles. As the game wore on St Just faded and Christian Whittaker beat 4 players making it 5 - 0. Shortly after that Silas Sullivan scored his second making the score 6 - 0. 

MOM player Jordan Taylor made it 7 - 0 with 5 mins to go. And that was the way it ended.

Referee:- Peter Grenfell had an excellent game.

Good Luck to ST Just for the rest of the Season.

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Having seen the proposed changes in club grounds critera unless west Cornwall find another venue by the time these come into effect they will struggle massively to meet them, and many clubs already the step above will have to match this critera by a certain date, a lot of work to be done by more than just a few clubs!!!! It's been a long time coming though there needs to be a visual divide between junior and senior!

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Having seen the proposed changes in club grounds critera unless west Cornwall find another venue by the time these come into effect they will struggle massively to meet them, and many clubs already the step above will have to match this critera by a certain date, a lot of work to be done by more than just a few clubs!!!! It's been a long time coming though there needs to be a visual divide between junior and senior!


Pointers, what is the new criteria? & in your opinion what current combination league clubs are going to be below the current standard.
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Newbridge Athletic 4-3 Stithians Reserves

 

After a lot of rain in this week I think most of our team was surprised this game went ahead. There were several patches of the pitch not looking good and a pond on the top end goal line. Manager Matt Montgomery brushed most of the water out the goals and the game went ahead. Newbridge started the half up the top end against a strong wind. With a lack of consistent games for Newbridge it was a slow start but had a few early chances that were off target. It was Stithians that took the lead despite Newbridge having most of the play early on. A well struck shot form just outside the box across goal went in to the far corner with keeper Aaron Jones getting fingertips to it but unable to prevent the shot going in. After conceding, Newbridge then got going and made the game level with some excellent passing play and Joe Tallis found the net for his first goal of the season. Stithians went in front again from a mistake made by Aaron. A cross came in and Aaron went to catch the ball slipped and the ball was headed home by the Stithians forward. Newbridge drew level again with some more excellent passing, James Tregay layed the final ball back for Nick Addey and he made it 2-2. Newbridge gave away a corner which Aaron perhaps should have claimed the ball but with no call, Sam Joyce headed it out for a corner. From the resulting corner Stithians made it 3-2 to take the lead for the third time with a powerful header.

Newbridge started the second half much better than they did the first and within minutes drew level again with a thunderous strike form James Tregay giving the keeper no chance and into the top corner. Newbridge continued the pressure with the Stithians keeper making some good saves. Newbridge then scored again when Joe Tallis who was on the line passed it back to James Tregay infront of the goal with the defender and goalkeeper infront of him but managed to find the net. The Stithians linesman put up his flag for offside and the referee ruled the goal out. Newbridge were rightfully annoyed but got on with the game and once again scored only for the same thing to happen. An excellent pass by Joe Ashton through two defenders which Harry Evans ran past them and took it in over the goalkeeper but once again the referee ruled out the goal going with the flag of the linesman. It was then Stithians opportunity to take the lead again with the Stithians forward through on goal but Sam Joyce made an excellent challenge to prevent any shot. Newbridge then hit the bar with another good shot from Elliot Baker. Stithians then had two more opportunities to retake the lead. Stithians player through on goal but Aaron came out to make an excellent save, another chance followed with Stithians player beating the defence and tried to chip it over the top of on rushing goalkeeper Aaron, but Aaron made another good save to redeem himself for the errors in the first half. Minutes later and Newbridge got their 4th and took the lead for the first time in the game. A good shot from Joe Ashton was well saved by Stithians keeper but the rebound was turned in past him to make it 4-3. Newbridge unlucky to not make it five but the keeper did well to keep Stithians still in the game. Newbridge held on for the win and a much needed 3 points. A quiet game for the ref all in all with very few fouls but he was very fair for both sides and one of the best we have had so far. 

 

Man of the Match: Sam Joyce. Sam had an excellent game throughout making some good challenges. It was a unanimous decision from all the lads to give it to Sam.

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Blake 7 .... Why would it stand... If the ref intimidated ... Should he not of shown red cards ..., the ref should follow the laws , rather then getting fed up and walking off , saying he's had enough , and he can't be bothered


Should he have simply "just put up with it" and continue to allow threatening or intimidating behaviour towards him ?
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