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St Blazey 3v0 Liskeard


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I made it to see St Blazey score the 2nd by Nanks and the 3rd by Sebbar. Fantastic win. Gona be that kind of season in the past 8 days weve lost at Witheridge, drew 3-3 at home to Holsworthy and won well today. Philpy seems to be getting rid of anyone who dosnt want to wear the green shirt with pride which is good to hear!! Keep it going Blazey.

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Yes Mike. A few wanabees have been told to go!! But ive been ill since thursday so I managed to crawl out off bed to see most of the second half. Looked alot better. No Palmer in goal today!! Long live Philpy!! Next saturday we travel to Ivebridge. Any good there?

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Guest Rubber Soul

First half was very poor. Second half Blazey were inspired. Nanks man of the match.

Liskeard were bad. They almost seemed to throw the towel in during the last 15 minutes.

Six defeats in 11 league games. Not good for a squad so expensively assembled.

Expect managerial musical chairs at Lux Park sooner rather than later.

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Guest Postie Pidge

If I understand right and Philpy played, surely aged 47 he is and will remain the oldest player to play in the Peninsula League. Definitely Premier Division.

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Confirmation of recent transfers :

079 Jason Pontin Holsworthy Appledore

080 Ashley Bradshaw St Blazey Penryn Athletic

081 Carl Flintoff Liskeard Athletic Torpoint Athletic

082 Chris Wolstencroft Falmouth Town Wadebridge Town

083 Andrew Jones Millbrook Tavistock

084 Chris Lock St Austell Millbrook

085 Daniel Discombe Vospers Oak Villa Callington Town

086 Adam Fuller Camelford Callington Town

087 Robert Almond Holsworthy Plymouth Parkway

088 Karl Dooley Stoke Gabriel Galmpton United

089 Iain Davidson Stoke Gabriel Galmpton United

090 Daniel Stidwell Penryn Athletic Penzance

091 Paul Cox Newquay Penzance

092 Andrew Evelingen Penryn Athletic St Austell

093 Richard Steer Crediton United Witheridge

094 Perry Carpenter Witheridge Crediton United

095 Shaun Lyne-Ley Alphington Buckland Athletic

096 Garry Penhaligon Bodmin Town St Blazey

097 Darren Vickery Stoke Gabriel Newton Abbot

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You are right about the chances Rawa, but I feel you have failed to mention how it was St Blazey who took the game by the scruff of the neck after the break and dominated for long spells. I'd be interested to hear who the "few players out" for Liskeard were? And on the same point we were missing Regular GK Scott Palmer, club captain Neil Burton and the vastly experienced Wayne Hewitt and Matt Parsons!

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