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Trelawny League - Saturday, 25th March 2017


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PREMIER DIVISION

Camborne School of Mines         2-1             Penryn Athletic 3rds

Mousehole Reserves       0-2              Troon AFC

St Buryan            1-8              Mawnan

St Day Reserves     1-4             Pendeen Rovers

West Cornwall      2-1          Chacewater          

 

DIVISION 1

Marazion Blues     6-2            Constantine

Newlyn Non-Athletico      9-3              Lanner

St Agnes Reserves          2-0           Gwinear Churchtown

Trispen                2-4              Stithians                

 

DIVISION 2

Chacewater Reserves      P-P            Penwith Exiles

Falmouth Town     5-2             Frogpool & Cusgarne

Goonhavern Athletic Reserves       1-3             RNAS Culdrose Res

Mawnan Reserves          P-P              Illogan RBL 3rds   

 

DIVISION 3

Falmouth DC       4-2             Frogpool & Cusgarne Reserves

Four Lanes           2-0             Probus

Ludgvan Reserves     3-2             St Erme

Newlyn Lions      6-1              Mabe Reserves

St Just Reserves    7-3              St Agnes 3rds       

 

DIVISION 4

Carharrack Reserves       5-3          Newbridge Athletic

New Inn Titans      P-P             Madron

Rosudgeon Reserves        7-6              Penzance Reserves

Ruan Minor        5-0              Wendron United 4ths

Stithians Reserves      0-1          St Buryan Reserves

 

LOCKHART CUP

Holman SC Reserves        1-5            Mabe

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Four Lanes 2 Probus 0

This wasn't a good game of football with the conditions difficult for both teams. We started well playing down the hill and forced a number of early corners that came to nothing. Four Lanes hit us on the break and some poor defending allowed the big centre forward followed up to score from 2 yards after his first shot was well saved by Sam Jones in goal for us. We started to create more chances and pen Four Lanes into their half. We had a number of good opportunities and Paul Cox hit the bar with an excellent volley that lobbed the keeper but the woodwork kept it out. He had another good chance when Connor Rhodes beat 2 players out wide and his pulled back ball was blasted over from 10 yards. His and our best chance came when the left back was adjudged to have handled a goal bound shot on the line. Paul Cox's weak penalty was saved by the legs of the home keeper. At this stage it looked like being one of those days. 1-0 at half time.

The second half was as bad as the first and Four Lanes came more into the game. For us Pete Davey's drive went straight at the keeper and Four Lanes hit the bar and the follow up was put wide. They did score their second when a long ball was brought down by the centre forward and his pass was blasted into the top corner by the midfielder, giving Sam Jones no chance.

Overall it was a poor game and we felt a bit aggrieved that we took nothing from the game but Four Lanes took their chances better and they are probably the most physical side in the league and if we want to beat them in the Cup we will need to stand up to them better than we did today. Thanks to the referee, Paul Minns for allowing us to have a game today and to Four Lanes for the food back at the pub.

No game next week for us.

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Trelawny League Division 3: Ludgvan Reserves 3-2 St Erme

Ludgvan moved off the bottom of Trelawny 3 with a narrow win over fellow strugglers St Erme at Fair Field.

Two first-half penalties put the Hurlers in a commanding position; the first was converted by Michael Fitchett after Jamie Robinson was fouled in the area and the second was rifled home by Robinson after Jamie Leah was brought down when through on goal.

Although there were strong claims for a foul on Ludgvan goalkeeper Matt Stevens in the build-up, the visitors pulled a goal back before the break when a long ball over the top wasn't dealt with.

The home side were perhaps a bit guilty of letting St Erme back into the game in the second half, but restored their two-goal lead with a magnificent left-footed strike the found the top corner, despite the visiting keeper's best efforts.

A scrappy final 20 minutes saw St Erme grab another goal back after a scramble in the penalty area, but the Hurlers held on to secure back-to-back wins for the first time this season.

 

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Div 4 

Rosudgeon Reserves 7-6 Penzance Reserves 

A humdinger at Rosudgeon today. A great game played in the right spirit by two very good teams. 

An awesome effort and performance today from the Rosudgeon boys, not our greatest defensive display, but we were a constant threat going forward and should of scored more. 

All the best to Pz for the future, a great club which seems to have a bright future, especially with the young talent on display. Good bunch of lads. 

RMOTM: Jevon takes man of the match this week. He created 3 goals and was a non stop pain for the travelling defence. He rode challenges and took knocks, but he never gave up. Brilliant performance, mate, well done. 

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2 hours ago, Soccer Follower said:

West Cornwall 2  Chacewater1

Chacewater scorer Craig Hitchens from the penalty spot.

A weakened Chacewater a little unlucky to lose in time added on at the end of the match,.Chacewater defenders thought the ball had crossed the bye line,not given,and ball was laid back to WC to thump in.

The definition of winning ugly! No game for 3 weeks and it showed. Couldn't put 4 passes together. Not sure how we scored 2 as we didn't look like scoring 1! Hard on the Chacewater boys, twice we've beaten them in injury time this season. One game they'll be on the right end of a late winner. All the best for the rest of your season!

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1 hour ago, Gingster said:

Division 3:

Four Lanes 2-0 Probus

Goals from Joel Snape and man of the match Ethan Smith for the home side.

Fair play to Four Lanes, just one of those days for us. Thought they bossed the middle of park with the no 10 and the captain no 6 outstanding.

The big scouse lad up front also proved to be a real handful for our back four. 

Hope the ref is ok too, he appeared to be carrying a knock which restricted his movement.

Thanks for your hospitality after game and look forward to the cup semi at end of April 

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1 hour ago, Pete Davey said:

Fair play to Four Lanes, just one of those days for us. Thought they bossed the middle of park with the no 10 and the captain no 6 outstanding.

The big scouse lad up front also proved to be a real handful for our back four. 

Hope the ref is ok too, he appeared to be carrying a knock which restricted his movement.

Thanks for your hospitality after game and look forward to the cup semi at end of April 

 

You guys were easily the best side in the first 45 and if the penalty went in to make it 1-1 who knows. Thanks for coming back boys see you in the cup game.

 

ps he's a Mancheter boy not a scouser, this will only wind him up more ?

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41 minutes ago, Gingster said:

 

You guys were easily the best side in the first 45 and if the penalty went in to make it 1-1 who knows. Thanks for coming back boys see you in the cup game.

 

ps he's a Mancheter boy not a scouser, this will only wind him up more ?

Sorry my mistake, honestly thought he had a scouse accent. 

All the best for rest of season ?

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Threemilestone won their first game of the season!!!!!!!!

It was a friendly against storm and it counted for nothing! Hurray!

4 x20 minutes half 

full time result was 4-0 to the stones, Craig Jackson x2, George Underhill and Adam Rosevear with the goals.

Good to see Lecky again since he was in charge of tms. Still as dopey as ever.

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3 hours ago, ArseneWanger said:

Threemilestone won their first game of the season!!!!!!!!

It was a friendly against storm and it counted for nothing! Hurray!

4 x20 minutes half 

full time result was 4-0 to the stones, Craig Jackson x2, George Underhill and Adam Rosevear with the goals.

Good to see Lecky again since he was in charge of tms. Still as dopey as ever.

Good effort :) No game counts for nothing though; you're now a game sharper and a game fitter! 

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Falmouth DC 4-2 Frogpool Reserves

Our bad form continues, with five regular starters out it was bare bones for us. (I had to play so that'll help you understand the situation).

 

DC took the lead from an excellent acrobatic finish from Lee Page but we equalised through a lovely Tom Campbell header.

 

DC scored from a corner after some shoddy defending. Then Atilla in goal for DC pulled off two cracking saves for them, both from free kicks.

 

We were the better side for the majority of the game just like at our place but we failed to take our chances. We had two penalties in reasonably quick succession, both of which were blazed over the cross bar.

 

DC, countered well, Ross Hayden sent DC 3-1 up with a stunning right footed volley.

 

We for one back, a scramble in the goal was finished by Ben Dixon, but as we continued to press forward in the dying moments DC countered, Lee Page was brought down in the frogpool box before Nathan Angove powered home for the hosts.

 

Devastated by the result but couldn't have asked for a better performance on a hot day, on a woeful pitch, with the team missing so many regular starters, none of which are excuses. We failed to take our chances and football will punish you for that. Even the DC manager said we deserved to win but we are just on one of those spells at the minute.

 

Excellently refereed by Jamie Mooney, as always. Never seen him have a bad game.

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2 hours ago, Tempo said:

Falmouth DC 4-2 Frogpool Reserves

Our bad form continues, with five regular starters out it was bare bones for us. (I had to play so that'll help you understand the situation).

 

DC took the lead from an excellent acrobatic finish from Lee Page but we equalised through a lovely Tom Campbell header.

 

DC scored from a corner after some shoddy defending. Then Atilla in goal for DC pulled off two cracking saves for them, both from free kicks.

 

We were the better side for the majority of the game just like at our place but we failed to take our chances. We had two penalties in reasonably quick succession, both of which were blazed over the cross bar.

 

DC, countered well, Ross Hayden sent DC 3-1 up with a stunning right footed volley.

 

We for one back, a scramble in the goal was finished by Ben Dixon, but as we continued to press forward in the dying moments DC countered, Lee Page was brought down in the frogpool box before Nathan Angove powered home for the hosts.

 

Devastated by the result but couldn't have asked for a better performance on a hot day, on a woeful pitch, with the team missing so many regular starters, none of which are excuses. We failed to take our chances and football will punish you for that. Even the DC manager said we deserved to win but we are just on one of those spells at the minute.

 

Excellently refereed by Jamie Mooney, as always. Never seen him have a bad game.

Another win over Frogpool for DC with the same score line. Unlike last time when DC had a couple first teamers missing, they were back to full strength for this game. 

I wouldn't say either of the games were dominated by either of the sides, both fairly contested and evenly fought. Unlike last game when the only two shots on target were the penalties, Frogpool did have more opportunities this time around. And again like last game, at least one of the given penalties was very harsh! 

All of DC's goals were well worked, even their second. Low cross from a corner to the near post with two players running on to the ball, one player got a good connection and smashed it into the goal. 

I wouldn't say Frogpool deserved the win more, DC took their chances as well as miss a good few of their own. DC never seemed particularly troubled at the back. 

I saw you nearly had your ankle kicked halfway down the road by a good tackle in the second half. 

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3 hours ago, batteredsausage said:

Another win over Frogpool for DC with the same score line. Unlike last time when DC had a couple first teamers missing, they were back to full strength for this game. 

I wouldn't say either of the games were dominated by either of the sides, both fairly contested and evenly fought. Unlike last game when the only two shots on target were the penalties, Frogpool did have more opportunities this time around. And again like last game, at least one of the given penalties was very harsh! 

All of DC's goals were well worked, even their second. Low cross from a corner to the near post with two players running on to the ball, one player got a good connection and smashed it into the goal. 

I wouldn't say Frogpool deserved the win more, DC took their chances as well as miss a good few of their own. DC never seemed particularly troubled at the back. 

I saw you nearly had your ankle kicked halfway down the road by a good tackle in the second half. 

Even the DC gaffer said we should've won ? But goals are what counts so it's irrelevant to be honest.

 

ankle is fine, but my knee's in Truro.

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20 hours ago, ArseneWanger said:

Threemilestone won their first game of the season!!!!!!!!

It was a friendly against storm and it counted for nothing! Hurray!

4 x20 minutes half 

full time result was 4-0 to the stones, Craig Jackson x2, George Underhill and Adam Rosevear with the goals.

Good to see Lecky again since he was in charge of tms. Still as dopey as ever.

Not your 1st win Ad's, you did beat Goonhavern convincingly 4-1 in the junior cup 1st round. 

Best of luck for your final 6 games.

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