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Wednesday 22nd Trelawny League Results

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ludgvan 1 - mabe 3

very even 1st half not a lot between the two teams in 1st half neither side creating any chances h/t 0-0

2nd  half started the same for 1st 25 minutes.

mabe took the lead through liam chin when he dribbled past a few players and put into the net. ludgvan equalized through a penalty . mabe then took the lead again and later extended their lead with a couple minutes to go through a penalty who the ludgvan keeper got a good hand on but looked to spin back into the net to make it 3-1.

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Newbridge 5-2 mabe reserves


well played Newbridge, soaked up all the pressure we put them under and coped with it well, don't think Aaron had too much to do. Hope your head is ok, had a word with the lad who did it and he wants me to send his apologies. 

Newbridge front 2 causing trouble all evening scoring all 5 between them I think

well reffed as usual by Nick o'dwyer

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Yes didn't have alot to do defence did well to keep Mabe at bay. Thanks for the apology do think he could have jumped over me rather than leaving his leg to hit me in the face. Ref was fairly good bar the yellows he gave to both players but only yours should have had one after Kyle made a good challenge and Mabe player reacted poorly. Joe Ashton got 4 and the other was headed in by one of your lads.

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Trelawny League Division 4: Ludgvan Reserves 1-3 Mabe

Ludgvan suffered their first home defeat of the season - in their penultimate game at Fair Field - as Mabe edged a closely-fought encounter 3-1.

There was nothing between the two sides until midfielder Liam Chinn broke the deadlock on the hour mark, firing in from close range after beating his marker on the byline.

The Hurlers were handed a way back into the game when they were awarded a penalty for a foul on Andy Weir. The call was perhaps slightly harsh on Mabe, but the (much worse) tackle on Michael Fitchett in the build up probably contributed to referee Francis Hood's decision.

Fitchett picked himself up to level the score at 1-1, but Ludgvan conceded another sloppy goal inside the final 10 minutes before the referee gave soft penalty for a foul (in his eyes at least) on the edge of the area, which effectively allowed the visitors to seal the win from the spot.

While the Hurlers will undoubtedly feel like a draw would have been a fairer result, Mabe were well organised and are probably the strongest team to play us at Fair Field so far this season; we'll look forward to the rematch in just over one week's time.

Ludgvan Reserves: J Fitchett; Southcott, Lane, Matthews, M Harris; Rowe (Mills), Ramsey, T Hannaford, M Fitchett; Hopkins, Weir (J Leah).

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Div 4

Frogpool Reserves 1 - 4 Penwith Exiles

The lads did really well to battle with the league's leaders and Penwith would probably admit they were slightly relieved when their first goal was headed in brilliantly after a top save from Frog's keeper Alex Roberts just five minutes before half time. The lads didn't let the goal get them down despite a lot of hard work beginning to crumble just before half time as Penwith went onto score another just before the break.


In the second half we continued to battle but Penwith played some brilliant one two football and went onto score another two goals, finely finished. We managed to get one back with five minutes to go. We were slightly disappointed not to get something from the game but we lacked that clinical edge that Penwith showed through out the game and that's why they are at the top of the table.

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