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LWC Drinks Combination League Results and Table - Saturday 20th October 2018

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Results for 
Saturday 20th October 2018 
Carharrack (Jamie Tipton, Tom Fisher) 2-3 Redruth United (Simon James 2, Louis Matthews) 
Att - 20
Hayle (Craig Wilcox 3, Kane Williams 2, Liam Mooney, George Holman) 7-0 St Agnes 
Att - 41
Helston Athletic Reserves (Dan Stidwell 3, Fraser Paterson 2) 5-2 St Ives Town (Max Davies 2)
Att - 75
Illogan RBL (Joe Carlyon 1-3 Perranwell (Dave Standing, Adam Selley, Ian Bromwell)
Att - 50
Lizard Argyle (Colin Kettle) 1-5 Perranporth (Justin Searle 3, Terry Campbell, Mike Brewer) 
Att - 40
Pendeen Rovers 0-6 Wendron United Reserves (Matt Larcombe, Jack Noy, Kian Thomas, Gull McIvor, Elliott Webb, OG)
Att - 20
Penryn Athletic (Bradley Leivers, Alex Hayhoe) 2-0 Falmouth Town Reserves 
Att - 127
RNAS Culdrose (Alan McInnes 2, Stuart Mcvey, Joe Paterson) 4-1 Mullion (Chris Blee) 
Att - 20
St Day (Chris Dower 2, Jacob Cleverly) 3-1 West Cornwall (Josh Richards) 
Att - 71
St Just p-p Porthleven Reserves

20/10/18
POS TEAM PL W D L F A GD PTS
1 FALMOUTH TOWN RESERVES 15 11 1 3 56 17 39 34
2 ST DAY 14 10 2 2 41 26 15 32
3 PENRYN ATHLETIC 13 9 2 2 51 9 42 31*
4 PERRANPORTH 13 10 1 2 34 13 21 31
5 HAYLE 12 8 0 4 40 16 24 24
6 HELSTON ATHLETIC RESERVES 13 8 0 5 43 25 18 24
7 ST IVES TOWN 11 7 2 2 35 11 24 23
8 PERRANWELL 11 7 0 4 22 12 10 21
9 MULLION 13 6 0 7 18 27 -9 18
10 ILLOGAN RBL 12 5 2 5 31 18 13 17
11 LIZARD ARGYLE 13 5 1 7 31 24 7 16
12 ST JUST 10 5 1 4 27 20 7 16
13 PENDEEN ROVERS 13 5 0 8 32 35 -3 15
14 WENDRON UNITED RESERVES 13 4 3 6 30 33 -3 15
15 RNAS CULDROSE 11 4 3 4 16 24 -8 15
16 REDRUTH UNITED 13 3 1 9 20 50 -30 10
17 ST AGNES 12 2 2 8 21 44 -23 8
18 PORTHLEVEN RESERVES 13 2 0 11 22 71 -49 6
19 WEST CORNWALL 11 1 1 9 9 50 -41 4
20 CARHARRACK 11 0 2 9 10 64 -54 -2*

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T.Prem
St Day Res v Penryn Res

1:30pm
Referee: Mr Ian Roberts

St Day v West Cornwall

3:15pm
Referee: Mr Ian Roberts

The story/reason why is too long to even make short and nothing to do with referee shortages. But I would just like to say a massive thank you to Ian, all 4 teams, managers and Adrian Walters for organising it all this week. Top Work.??

Bar opens at 1pm with live footy on the TV. Our U14s KO at 10am v St Agnes, going to be a cracker of a day if you wish to make a whole day visit to VP, see you there.

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On 18/10/2018 at 22:53, Mark said:

T.Prem
St Day Res v Penryn Res

1:30pm
Referee: Mr Ian Roberts

St Day v West Cornwall

3:15pm
Referee: Mr Ian Roberts

The story/reason why is too long to even make short and nothing to do with referee shortages. But I would just like to say a massive thank you to Ian, all 4 teams, managers and Adrian Walters for organising it all this week. Top Work.??

Bar opens at 1pm with live footy on the TV. Our U14s KO at 10am v St Agnes, going to be a cracker of a day if you wish to make a whole day visit to VP, see you there.

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Lovely to see teams working together and referees especially. It’s a real shame that can’t be said for every team in Cornish football...... 

Really disappointed with st.buryan reserves. . No official referee was assigned to there game versus perranwell reserves so on Monday a volunteer ref was agreed by there club secretary. Then on Friday afternoon we are told that the manager has changed his mind and will only play with an official ref. Giving us next to no time to sort one out. FINALLY at 10.30 this morning we find an official ref only to be told by there club that the players of st.buryan had be told last night that the game was off. Disgusting behaviour from the manager he’s let himself his club and grass roots football down.but due to the Messing around, back tracking on the volunteer ref, not reversing it, not bringing there own ref up, clearly don't have the numbers that's why they don't want to play it

 Shame on you st.buryan reserves 

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Passionate game at Carharrack today. A big thank you to Redruth for a minutes silence before the game for Billy Chown who passed away last week.

carharrack were asleep for first half and conceded 3 sloppy goals, (penalty after 2 minutes, one on one second and Cross that evaded our keeper due to sun).

after a few choice words at half time the lads came out flying.

Tom Fisher hit a 25 yard volley to get the comeback on. Jamie Tipton hit a 20 yard free kick into the top corner.

Redruth had a player sent off In the last 15 minutes and Carharrack threw everything at them with Redruth keeper making a great save from Dan Head to take the points.

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Hayle 7_0 , 3 nil ht  att 41 plus  1dog a Mike dowrick , and Bob Butler ,   good win , St Agnes have some young  players  and they try to get the ball down a d play football, Hayle were just to strong on the day the aggie keeper made some important  saves to keep the score down , ref Matt had a good game and  played advantage well leading to a goal for Hayle , 4 bookings and a red card late on for an alleged stamp on the aggie keeper ,  which is correct action for this offence,  . Pitch was in excellent  condition again thanks to groundsman of the year Greg , cracking weather bit of confusion  over goals scored  for Hayle or it might just be a senior moment lol ,  just wait for someone to put up later , some good young players at St,Agnes if they can stay together they will come good in the long run .

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Goals at Carharrack were 4th (pen), 12th and 45th+1 minutes (all to Redruth), then 61st and 65th for the reds. Player dismissed on 80. How many clubs coach tactics for when playing either with 10 or against 10 men?

Very encouraging 2nd half for Carharrack but alas no points. Players still diving in rather than jockeying despite manager's efforts. Too much forgotten as they cross that line onto the pitch!  Might have done better if the half-time words had been heeded: not one shot out of the sun in open play in the second half: very disappointing. The 2nd half effort, though, was 100%.

Chatted with Hoony 1st half, he worked with Billy for years so came for the minute's silence. Nice the way he players arranged themselves round the circle for that. Billy was a true legend.

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On 18/10/2018 at 18:14, bigbadbarry said:

Illogan v perranwell for me, watched the cup game a few weeks ago and was a well contested game with a few incidents  which went through the mill on here

Illogan 1 Perranwell 3 - Plenty more incidents in a keenly contested match as Barry suggested, most courtesy of shall we say relaxed refereeing both ways. The Well took their chances and could have had more, Illogan were rightly awarded a penalty mid way through the second half to bring the scores level, but from the kick off, the Well went straight up the other end to restore their lead and added a third about 12 minutes from time, and had a good shout for a penalty themselves, but the ref thought differently. Good to finally see the Magician on the scoresheet for the Well, only 5 more to go Dave before you start to worry Kempy! Thank you to Illogan for your hospitality after the match and for the immaculately observed minutes silence in honour of Mr Chown.

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A good game at Carharrack this afternoon in the lovely sunshine. A very poor first half from Carharrack. A sloppy penalty conceded early on which was well converted by Simon James. He was definitely causing the defence problems this afternoon. Redruth were clinical in the first half and took a comfortable 3-0 lead in to the break. Listening to the half time talk from Carharrack, a few harsh words were said. However, they were harsh but true. It was a much better performance from Carharrack in the second half. They were two really well taken goals. They certainly put the pressure on as time went on, particularly after the Redruth red card. On that note, the sending off for receiving two yellow cards was correct. All in all a good game. The result was probably the right one. As Redruth did play some really good football at times. On the balance of it, more so than Carharrack. Some lovely food to go with the game on show. Carharrack much improved from when I last saw them back in August. However, they are still some way off. Also some players I believe aren't up to that level. But if they keep going that first win will come.

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I take it St Just will be awarded the three points following Porthleven Reserves failure to fulfil their fixture. What do the rules say, CTB? Three hone games have not taken place at St Just so far. Helston because of no referee, St Teath and Porthleven failing to raise a team. Nothing negative in thus post on Non League Day. St Just wanted to play allvthrre and the pitch us in excellent condition. Just quoting the facts.

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49 minutes ago, CornishRhino said:

A good game at Carharrack this afternoon in the lovely sunshine. A very poor first half from Carharrack. A sloppy penalty conceded early on which was well converted by Simon James. He was definitely causing the defence problems this afternoon. Redruth were clinical in the first half and took a comfortable 3-0 lead in to the break. Listening to the half time talk from Carharrack, a few harsh words were said. However, they were harsh but true. It was a much better performance from Carharrack in the second half. They were two really well taken goals. They certainly put the pressure on as time went on, particularly after the Redruth red card. On that note, the sending off for receiving two yellow cards was correct. All in all a good game. The result was probably the right one. As Redruth did play some really good football at times. On the balance of it, more so than Carharrack. Some lovely food to go with the game on show. Carharrack much improved from when I last saw them back in August. However, they are still some way off. Also some players I believe aren't up to that level. But if they keep going that first win will come.

Good game today and if carharrack were more clinical the 2nd half score could have been different. 

 

Couple goals of the season contenders too!!

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4 minutes ago, cornishlegend said:

Good game today and if carharrack were more clinical the 2nd half score could have been different. 

 

Couple goals of the season contenders too!!

It certainly was a good game. Like I mentioned, Carharrack have certainly improved from when I saw them back in August. However, still got a lot of work to do. Cut out sloppy mistakes and that will go a long way to stopping the slide they are on. They've got some good players in that team. So it's being able to utilise that and work out a way forward.  From the angle I was at I would say the first goal was better than the other one. Was it Tom Fisher with the goal?!

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39 minutes ago, CornishRhino said:

It certainly was a good game. Like I mentioned, Carharrack have certainly improved from when I saw them back in August. However, still got a lot of work to do. Cut out sloppy mistakes and that will go a long way to stopping the slide they are on. They've got some good players in that team. So it's being able to utilise that and work out a way forward.  From the angle I was at I would say the first goal was better than the other one. Was it Tom Fisher with the goal?!

Tom Fisher had first goal on the volley and Jamie tipton  the 2nd from a 30yard free k8ck into top corner 

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32 minutes ago, cornishlegend said:

Tom Fisher had first goal on the volley and Jamie tipton  the 2nd from a 30yard free k8ck into top corner 

Both were good goals. But it was probably the first goal that was the better of the two. I'd say that because the ball was still in play and it was probably harder to control the ball like he did and then hit it on the volley. The free kick was good. But it was from a dead ball so would've been that little bit easier to get a cleaner strike on it!

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Tough game at Kernick today, Falmouth beefed up with a few new faces, certainly stronger than the last game.

A lot of possession in the first half, with Penryn having to soak up a lot of pressure, Penryn not really getting going with Falmouth quick to close us down and stopping our passing game.

However we soaked it up and came out a lot better in the second half, got a bit of our passing together and the two goals followed in between a lot of Falmouth possession again.

But we defended well, blocking all of Falmouths attempts, with a couple of good saves from the keeps keeping the goals out, we came away with a nice 2-0 win.

A healthy 100+ watched a pretty good game of footy today, with Falmouth leaving wondering how they did not get at least a point......great defending winning the points for us this afternoon.

 

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13 hours ago, Andys said:

Illogan 1 Perranwell 3 - Plenty more incidents in a keenly contested match as Barry suggested, most courtesy of shall we say relaxed refereeing both ways. The Well took their chances and could have had more, Illogan were rightly awarded a penalty mid way through the second half to bring the scores level, but from the kick off, the Well went straight up the other end to restore their lead and added a third about 12 minutes from time, and had a good shout for a penalty themselves, but the ref thought differently. Good to finally see the Magician on the scoresheet for the Well, only 5 more to go Dave before you start to worry Kempy! Thank you to Illogan for your hospitality after the match and for the immaculately observed minutes silence in honour of Mr Chown.

Strange game really as illogan played all the football but couldn’t convert chances, perranwell good on the counter attack , sloppy  defending for the Wells 1st and 2nd goals and the 3rd goal coming late on When illogan pushed on for an equaliser. Personally think a draw would of been a fair result but with perran taking there chances the points went there way, a great afternoon for football and got to say the illogan ground looked fantastic, managed to have a sneaky peek in the home changing room and must say what a set up, well done to all those involved

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23 minutes ago, bigbadbarry said:

Strange game really as illogan played all the football but couldn’t convert chances, perranwell good on the counter attack , sloppy  defending for the Wells 1st and 2nd goals and the 3rd goal coming late on When illogan pushed on for an equaliser. Personally think a draw would of been a fair result but with perran taking there chances the points went there way, a great afternoon for football and got to say the illogan ground looked fantastic, managed to have a sneaky peek in the home changing room and must say what a set up, well done to all those involved

Yep strange one... felt we actually played really well football wise.. story of our season tho...not converting chances and conceding soft goals. 

Credit Peranwell tho.. they are a good outfit. 

Thanks for nice words about the set up... credit mikey pascoe for the changing rooms and robert mugford for the pitch. 

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1 minute ago, S Abbo said:

Yep strange one... felt we actually played really well football wise.. story of our season tho...not converting chances and conceding soft goals. 

Credit Peranwell tho.. they are a good outfit. 

Thanks for nice words about the set up... credit mikey pascoe for the changing rooms and robert mugford for the pitch. 

I normally watch games at illogan next to the tea hut but ventured around by the clubhouse and the club has a great family feel to it m, the manager handing out sweets to all the young lads was a nice touch but think the adults enjoyed them more haha

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10 hours ago, TheolderIgetthebetterIwas said:

Tough game at Kernick today, Falmouth beefed up with a few new faces, certainly stronger than the last game.

A lot of possession in the first half, with Penryn having to soak up a lot of pressure, Penryn not really getting going with Falmouth quick to close us down and stopping our passing game.

However we soaked it up and came out a lot better in the second half, got a bit of our passing together and the two goals followed in between a lot of Falmouth possession again.

But we defended well, blocking all of Falmouths attempts, with a couple of good saves from the keeps keeping the goals out, we came away with a nice 2-0 win.

A healthy 100+ watched a pretty good game of footy today, with Falmouth leaving wondering how they did not get at least a point......great defending winning the points for us this afternoon.

 

The lad leivers scoring for fun again .wasted at that level .

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15 hours ago, isaac rosenberg said:

I take it St Just will be awarded the three points following Porthleven Reserves failure to fulfil their fixture. What do the rules say, CTB? Three hone games have not taken place at St Just so far. Helston because of no referee, St Teath and Porthleven failing to raise a team. Nothing negative in thus post on Non League Day. St Just wanted to play allvthrre and the pitch us in excellent condition. Just quoting the facts.

Issac, we have to wait until the next Committee meeting. Will be in a couple of months as only just had one last Thursday!

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Went to take in the St Day vs West Cornwall game yesterday. On paper, I expected a wider margin, but have to say WC gave a very good account of themselves that belied their league standing.

WC nearly took the league, a delightful lob catching the keeper off his line, unfortunately just drifted wide. St Day had the lions share of the ball, but their often use long ball into the channels didn't create anything more than half chances. WC were happy to let the Saints have the ball, and use their pace on the counter attack, which brought about the opening goal of the game. Jowan Kitchener put a lovely cross to the back post, and was bundled in at the back post. Some claims of a hand but could have hit anything! Saints kept pushing and eventually got back into the game, defensive error gifted them an opportunity that was well taken, via a deflection that probably would have been saved. WC then had another glorious chance but when 1 on 1, the striker lifted the ball over the onrushing GK and found the roof of the net. From the goal kick, the ball went up the other end, Saints won a fee kick and scored from the ball in. These things always happen when you're looking up the table! HT 2-1.

2nd half Saints looked to take control of the game and in fairness had most of the ball and looked the only team likely to score. Eventually they did when sub Cleverly cut in from the right and hit one through a crowd of players. After some protests about a possible offside, the goal was given. Saints had a few more chances to extend their lead, and WC had another great chance to close the gap but no more goals were scored a day it finished 3-1. Saints deserved the win, but that was a performance from WC that would have beat a few teams on the day. If only they took the early chances, it would have been a different game. Stood on the touchline I counted 8/9 players that could come back in if they wanted, that's a huge difference from last season, but the many 2nd team players that stepped up yesterday held their own, and credit to them for doing so. Shame others don't have that commitment. Easy to walk away when the chips are down, but if they play for each other like they did yesterday, results will certainly turn around. 

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11 hours ago, mattelot said:

The lad leivers scoring for fun again .wasted at that level .

 

21 hours ago, TheolderIgetthebetterIwas said:

Tough game at Kernick today, Falmouth beefed up with a few new faces, certainly stronger than the last game.

A lot of possession in the first half, with Penryn having to soak up a lot of pressure, Penryn not really getting going with Falmouth quick to close us down and stopping our passing game.

However we soaked it up and came out a lot better in the second half, got a bit of our passing together and the two goals followed in between a lot of Falmouth possession again.

But we defended well, blocking all of Falmouths attempts, with a couple of good saves from the keeps keeping the goals out, we came away with a nice 2-0 win.

A healthy 100+ watched a pretty good game of footy today, with Falmouth leaving wondering how they did not get at least a point......great defending winning the points for us this afternoon.

 

A fair team from Falmouth  only two first teamers it is going to be a good league this year

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14 hours ago, skinner said:

 

A fair team from Falmouth  only two first teamers it is going to be a good league this year

Tom Annear played as he was unavailable for the Friday night first team game  and substitute Ryan Martt coming on after 83 mins..

Its good to see Penryn on the up and hopefully back in the new Cornish structure next season and football interest in the Falmouth Penryn area has picked up accordingly with both clubs doing well.

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