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Stoke Climsland v Altarnun Reserves DRAW

Grampound Reserves v St Breward Reserves HOME

Mount Charles v Premier Sixes AWAY

Biscovey Reserves v Pelynt Reserves HOME

St Austell v Delabole United Reserves HOME

Gonna have to differ on the stoke climsland fixture they are a team improving and feel a draw will be a fair result.

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Stoke Climsland v Altarnun Reserves AWAY

Grampound Reserves v St Breward Reserves HOME although expect some defensive errors with their star centre half suspended!

Mount Charles v Premier Sixes AWAY

Biscovey Reserves v Pelynt Reserves HOME

St Austell v Delabole United Reserves HOME

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Stoke Climsland v Altarnun Reserves Home as stoke did quite well against us last week so 2-0

Grampound Reserves v St Breward Reserves HOME with me playing how can we lose, me scoring a belter 4-1 :thumbsup:

Mount Charles v Premier Sixes AWAY quite close but p6 will come top with 3 goals in the last 10 minutes 2-5

Biscovey Reserves v Pelynt Reserves HOME should win this as bisc arent a bad team 3-0

St Austell v Delabole United Reserves HOME played both teams n st austell are very strong team 6-0

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Stoke Climsland v Altarnun Reserves DRAW Something like 2-2

Grampound Reserves v St Breward Reserves HOME I'm playing in fact, so Grampound's star centre-half is available! 4-1 I'll go for!

Mount Charles v Premier Sixes AWAY although a tight game with Mt Charles taking the lead, 4-3 to Premier Sixes with Code netting the winner!

Biscovey Reserves v Pelynt Reserves HOME 6-1 I would say

St Austell v Delabole United Reserves HOME 7-0 St Austell should have a comfortable win

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Grampound Reserves 4 St Breward Reserves 0

Goals from Bawden, Orchard, M.Webb & M.Berry

Could and should of been more than 4, Grampound dominated throughout. First clean sheet of the season without the suspended Topham in defence, with the new central defensive partnership of Alastair Woodman and Richie James not giving the opposition a sniff! Right - back to the pub! :drink:

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Mount Charles 1 - 6 Premier Sixes

After giving the 'squad' players a run out against Biscovey reserves last week so they had a chance to compete for places which almost back fired as they didn't do themselves any favours as we laboured to a 5-3 win against a side we should have buried P6 today faced Mount Charles...A side joint top of the table with them, this was a big game.

Several changes from last week saw some players given one last chance to show what they can do. Initial plans to the starting line up were thrown into turmoil when 3 of the first XI had to withdraw from the squad 24 hours prior due to injury, rather than call up some of the squad players who had't performed we decided to stick with the remaining 12 of the initial 15 man squad.

Dan Parsonage and Dan Jones started after originally being pencilled in for the bench, Steve Sparkes, James Ringrose, Tom Currah, Oleg Sorokin and Nathan Prentice all return to the starting line up after being rested last week. It was also the start of the Probert era as striker Martyn Probert took up the captaincy for the first time.

It looked a fairly strong side on paper, although Davey Panter, Leon Carter, Darren Barnes and new signing Robbie Mclure would all probably have found a place in the starting 11 had they been available.

We knew a fair bit about Mount Charles after Ringrose was sent to spy on them last week - and the home work appeared to pay off as their two livewire forwards were kept quite - Oleg decided he would upset the applecart and make a game of it by firing a bullett header past Ringrose to give Mount an early 1-0 lead. To their credit the guys knew it was unfortunate and within 2 minutes we were level when Tom Currah converted a penalty. Within 5 minutes we were 2-1 up when Dan Parsonage showed great composure to fire in from the angle after creating a fine chance for himself. A nothing freekick 30 yards out gave us a 3-1 half-time lead when Sparkes stepped up and smashed it into the top corner. It could have been more but Parsonage and Probert twice failed to hit the target with an open goal begging.

The second half saw Mount exert more pressure using the advantage of the wind but the P6 backline reduced them long range shots. Then after about 25 minutes of the second half P6 finally scored the fourth when Probert rifled home. This started the rally and another strike from Sparkes and another from Currah put us 6-1 up. There was still time for us to hit both posts as Parsonage missed a scramble and then Ben Lawrence's looping header beat the keeper but not the post as the organisation with the Mount side started to disintergrate.

A great win and the best team performance of the season. With several key players available who were missing for the next league match and the Junior Cup game vs Roseland in the coming weeks we seem to have got our season back on track after the truly bizarre and shambolic home performance against St Austell.

P6

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