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Altarnun res 4 - 0 Premier Sixes

Horrible

Several players were still away (Sparkes in switserland, Ringrose revising, Panter out, Leon - chest infection) and then the two centre mids dropped out 1 hour before meet up (1 still couldn't see out of swollen eye and the other had a family emergency) only 10 players 5 minutes before meet up before we finally scratched a bare 11 thanks to another injured player stepping forward (although he later went off after aggrevating the injury)

The first half saw P6 dominate at half time the previously lush green Altarnun pitch was a complete mud bath in the Altarnun half such was the possession and terrortorial advantage and still green in the P6 half, yet lady luck was not on our side as 5 great opportunities flashed just wide with the GK beat. The keeper made a couple of decent saves and then it happened. Altarnun broke free from a P6 corner and despite numbers being back their winger unleashed a belting 25 yarder that gave Prento no chance and with that body blow P6 were physically rocked. Altarnun hit us on the break once more but the shot cannoned to safety after hitting the bar. The half-time team talk went long the lines of well we bossed that and were 1-0 down??? still 45 mins we should do this...unfortunately the goal lifted the home team and for the next 30 minutes it was Altarnun who just shaded it even though it looked like neither team was going to score on a pitch that had now become virtually unplayable. P6 just started to get round the back of the well marshalled Altarnun defence when again they hit us on the break from a P6 throw in by their area and their striker rounded Prento to make it 2-0. It was soon 3-0 as P6 continued to throw men forwards - P6 were now broken so it was no suprise when their striker headed home the fourth in the dying minutes.

A bad day at the office and one of the stragest games I have ever played in . . This result takes the title out of our hands and if we don't improve and get more reliability from the players we'll be lucky to finish second.

Not looking forwards to the game o the 19th vs St Austell at all..............

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Altarnun Reserves 4-0 Premier Sixes

Stoke Climsland 2-2 St Breward Reserves

Biscovey Reserves 2-4 St Austell

Pelynt Reserves 4-1 Delabole United Reserves

St Teath Reserves P-P Grampound Reserves

Premier Sixes saw their Division Five title hopes plunge as they fell to a stunning four-goal defeat at Altarnun Reserves. Sixes made the early running, but missed a number of chances and were made to pay as weather conditions worsened. Steve Lee put the hosts ahead when he raced from the halfway line and put the ball to the keepers left. Altarnun doubled their lead after the restart when Dave Lee’s through ball let in Wayne Mackney. Shortly after Mackney scored his second and then he completed a hat trick when he headed home a Dave Lee cross.

St.Austell now have a three point lead at the top after winning their derby match at Biscovey Reserves 4-2. Lee Harvey, Phil Hutchings, Chris Pearce and Steve Kellow scored for St.Austell with Lee Hunter scoring a brace in reply for Biscovey.

The bottom two sides met at Pelynt where the home team won their first game at the thirteenth attempt beating Delabole Reserves 4-1. Jake Bellamy, Mike Doidge, Massey and Dan Elford scored for the home side with Karl Elliott getting the visiting consolation.

Two other struggling sides shared the spoils at Stoke Climsland where St.Breward Reserves held out for a two all draw. Fred Clarke and Ross Clark scored the home goals.

Altarnun Reserves 4-0 Premier Sixes

Stoke Climsland 2-2 St Breward Reserves

Biscovey Reserves 2-4 St Austell

Pelynt Reserves 4-1 Delabole United Reserves

St Teath Reserves P-P Grampound Reserves

Premier Sixes saw their Division Five title hopes plunge as they fell to a stunning four-goal defeat at Altarnun Reserves. Sixes made the early running, but missed a number of chances and were made to pay as weather conditions worsened. Steve Lee put the hosts ahead when he raced from the halfway line and put the ball to the keepers left. Altarnun doubled their lead after the restart when Dave Lee’s through ball let in Wayne Mackney. Shortly after Mackney scored his second and then he completed a hat trick when he headed home a Dave Lee cross.

St.Austell now have a three point lead at the top after winning their derby match at Biscovey Reserves 4-2. Lee Harvey, Phil Hutchings, Chris Pearce and Steve Kellow scored for St.Austell with Lee Hunter scoring a brace in reply for Biscovey.

The bottom two sides met at Pelynt where the home team won their first game at the thirteenth attempt beating Delabole Reserves 4-1. Jake Bellamy, Mike Doidge, Massey and Dan Elford scored for the home side with Karl Elliott getting the visiting consolation.

Two other struggling sides shared the spoils at Stoke Climsland where St.Breward Reserves held out for a two all draw. Fred Clarke and Ross Clark scored the home goals.

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Guest WHoZN3Xt

premier sixes forget to mention that they were out played for 90 mins, the pitch was the same for both teams and if it was that muddy how were our wingers runing the ball past u like u werent even there and stil avin time to shout MEGS!!!

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premier sixes forget to mention that they were out played for 90 mins, the pitch was the same for both teams and if it was that muddy how were our wingers runing the ball past u like u werent even there and stil avin time to shout MEGS!!!

You had two shots in the first half, didn't get out of your half much and then it was even in the second half up until the last 10 minutes when we pushed men forwards.

Good win for you boys, you don't have a bad team, we were down to the bare bones so well done, remember we beat you 8-2 with almost our best side out. It has taken the title out of our hands and we'll start afresh against Grampound. Good luck for the rest of the season.

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Guest WHoZN3Xt

This was the first time all season we had a full strength squad (suspensions and first team callups) and u can stil win the league cause we will beat st Austell aswell!

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I hope so, you guys were certainly better in every department than the Mount Charles side we played and beat 6-1 at their place (though we did field a much stronger lineup back then :( )

I honestly think we are going to stutter towards second / third with the number of players we have lost recently to travelling / work commitments.

Oh well it was good while it lasted....

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Guest WHoZN3Xt

Uther way rounde for us our squad is fully fit no suspensions, key players bk from the army etc. now we can try and win da rest of our games. just st Austell in da way.

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