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Trevor Mewton memorial game raised 1233.88

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Trevor Mewton memorial game raised 1233.88p for Cornwall hospice care many thanks to everyone involved on the day was a great success and a fitting tribute to Cornwall’s greatest manager game ended 3 -3 with the legend mark rapsey coming off the bench with 10 minutes to go and scoring to salvage a draw

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Congratulations to Mr Steve Wearne (Weasle to his mates) and partner Lisa for organising the whole day, and St.Blazey AFC, a fantastic amount for those brilliant people at Cornwall Hospice and thanks to the 120 ish who turned up to watch on a boiling hot day along with the St.Blazey Youth lads who were great to have around the place. Credit to the Argyle lads who travel around Devon and Cornwall raising an awful lot of money for charity every season, great blokes who can still play a bit as well no doubt about it! Thanks to our manager on the day Mr Craig Holman who did a superb job jiggling our formation countless times to end up with a very credible 3-3 draw against great opponents. Any SWL club looking for a top manager, there he is!! ?️ The Cornwall/Blazey Legends had to come back to equalise three times which says a bit about our lads as well, still competitive in our old age and I thought a draw was a fair result on the day and it was nice to keep Trev’s trophy in Cornwall for 6 months anyway. ?. Three top finishes from man of the match Danny OHagan who is still scoring braces in the FA Cup and FA Vase for Bodmin Town this season put Argyle ahead three times in the match to complete his hat-trick with Dominic Richardson showing he still knows where those Blazey nets are by equalising twice and unlucky not to score another couple as well on the day. Craig asked me to go on a few times during the second half but as it got hotter I declined (being 51 and fat with knackered knees!) but when we went 2-3 down he gave me no choice with the hairdryer treatment ? Luckily with a couple of minutes to go Bandy picked up the ball out wide right and I’ve seen what he does so many times over the years and sure enough he whipped over a perfect cross to the far post, I just had to peel off the keeper and Hodgie and had a free net from ten yards to head into! Chuffed for the lads who had worked hard in that heat all game and Den who made two great saves at 2-2 to keep us in it. Really good day all round seeing some old faces, that’s what Football’s all about these days but the most important thing was the £1233.88 raised for Cornwall Hospice!! ? Well done again to Weasle and Lisa for all their superb hard work. ????

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