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Trelawny & Cups - Saturday 1 December 2018

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THE WHIRLWIND SPORTS TRELAWNY LEAGUE

PREMIER DIVISION

Camborne School Of Mines 1-1 Mawnan

Helston Athletic Thirds 1-3 Penryn Athletic Reserves

Mousehole Reserves 8-1 St Agnes Reserves

St Day Reserves 6-5 Holman Sports Club

Stithians 1-8 Penwith Exiles

Troon AFC P-P Illogan RBL Reserves

 

DIVISION 1

Mawnan Reserves 1-4 Perranporth Reserves

Threemilestone P-P Newlyn Non-Athletico

 

DIVISION 2

Frogpool & Cusgarne P-P West Cornwall Reserves

New Inn Titans FC 3-1 Mullion Reserves

 

DIVISION 4

Madron 2-4 Hayle Thirds  

 

PERCY STEPHENS CUP

Ludgvan Reserves 2-4 Tregony FC   

 

ARTHUR PEARCE CUP

Threemilestone Reserves P-P Wendron United Fourths

 

DUNN CUP

St Buryan 2-3 Halsetown AFC           

 

LEAGUE CUP

Hayle Reserves 7-3 Constantine

Lanner P-P RNAS Culdrose Reserves

Rosudgeon 3-0 Newlyn Lions

St Keverne P-P Probus

Wendron United Thirds 1-6 Goonhavern Athletic

 

LOCKHART CUP

Falmouth DC 3-1 St Ives Mariners

Four Lanes 2-1 Gwinear Churchtown (aet)

Illogan RBL Thirds 1-4 Falmouth Town Thirds

Ruan Minor 12-0 Redruth United Reserves

 

RUSSELL HALL CUP

St Agnes Thirds P-P St Buryan Reserves

St Erme 5-3 Rosudgeon Reserves

St Just Reserves 3-1 Holman Sports Club Reserves

Troon AFC Reserves P-P Praze

 

JUBILEE CUP

Constantine Reserves 8-3 Stithians Reserves

Falmouth United 1-2 Chacewater (aet)

Lizard Argyle Reserves 6-0 Goonhavern Athletic Reserves

Marazion 6-1 New Inn Titans Reserves

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5 hours ago, Soccer Follower said:

No games tomorrow Alf.

I know that, my point is no rain tomorrow and light showers sat morning so don't understand the forecast not good comment

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18 minutes ago, Soccer Follower said:

 

Lanner v RNAS Culdrose

Also postponed.

Surprisingly not due to Tresavean. Pitch would have been playable but we had our services disconnected to changing rooms without any notice. Also had to remove bolts from changing room door just to gain access to find out. 

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40 minutes ago, peggy78 said:

Surprisingly not due to Tresavean. Pitch would have been playable but we had our services disconnected to changing rooms without any notice. Also had to remove bolts from changing room door just to gain access to find out. 

Pay the bill you cheapskates... 

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Illogan RBL Thirds 1-4 Falmouth Town Thirds

Different team that played illogan 2 weeks ago with the missing players returning. 
First half up 3-1 with goals from dan reeve x1 and Matt Bailey x2. Great service to the strikers through midfield. 2nd half looked like illogan we’re finding there way back into the game with town looking tired. A change where P Webb moved from winger to striker and buried a excellent volley from a goal kick to put town 4-1 up. Illogan played well but town with a full strength squad back showed good form. 
 
Onto to the next leg. Let’s hope we get a good run. 

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Division 2

Frogpool & Cusgarne 2-1 West Cornwall Res

A wet day, but thankfully the pitch survived.

 

A lovely moment to be a part of for the whole squad before the game as we thanked Nick Mallaber for 25 years service. This was honoured in a presentation also attended by Dave James.

 

A great game played in largely good spirits against a very good young outfit in West Cornwall.

 

Our opening goal came from a beautiful move down the left hand side. Will Harding grabbing another assist, his stunning cross was smashed home by Jack Froud from close range.

 

The West Cornwall attack looked dangerous on the counter attack but Lewis Bax, Tom Campbell and Jordan Phillipps defended well. Callum Davis occasionally being called into action but always looked solid.

 

The second goal came shortly after. Some confusion in West Cornwall’s back line and a slightly fluffed clearance from the young goalkeeper, who also made a hatful of very decent saves, led to Harding delightfully placing the ball into the empty net from far out.

 

A very good midfield display from Harding, Charlie Martin and Sam Bromley allowed us to have a lot of good play in the first half, but the introduction of Sam Blackwood proved to cause West Cornwall a few problems - his scintillating run was just fired over.

 

West Cornwall did get one back though after a very encouraging second half display where they did dominate for chunks of the game. The player turned Blackwood and fired into the far bottom corner. Hard work from everyone, particularly the likes of Aaron Coveney helped us to see out the game.

 

Man of the match: Adam Coveney - an outstanding display from the tenacious right back who also caused problems going forward.

 

**** of the day: we are all still wondering how Jack Froud missed THAT chance.

 

Thank you to everyone for your support today and another congratulations to the legendary Mally.

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On 01/12/2018 at 18:56, Townfan09 said:

Illogan RBL Thirds 1-4 Falmouth Town Thirds

Different team that played illogan 2 weeks ago with the missing players returning. 
First half up 3-1 with goals from dan reeve x1 and Matt Bailey x2. Great service to the strikers through midfield. 2nd half looked like illogan we’re finding there way back into the game with town looking tired. A change where P Webb moved from winger to striker and buried a excellent volley from a goal kick to put town 4-1 up. Illogan played well but town with a full strength squad back showed good form. 
 
Onto to the next leg. Let’s hope we get a good run. 

To be honest it was a vastly different illogan side to 2 weeks ago, that's not an excuse you were the better team on the day and we wish you all the best in the next round :-) hopefully our final encounter and we'll both be at full strength, all the best x

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Madron 2 - 4 Hayle thirds 

Good game all round. Some cracking banter for once from both sides.

Could have swung either way at 2 each if madrons strikers could find the net.

Thank God there was no goal line technology at madron for what would have been hayles 3rd goal. The ball was blatantly a yard over the line, luckily the ref and linesman hadn't been to Specsavers and the goal didn't stand.

Onwards to goonhavern at home for madron 

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7 hours ago, mbkted said:

Madron 2 - 4 Hayle thirds 

Good game all round. Some cracking banter for once from both sides.

Could have swung either way at 2 each if madrons strikers could find the net.

Thank God there was no goal line technology at madron for what would have been hayles 3rd goal. The ball was blatantly a yard over the line, luckily the ref and linesman hadn't been to Specsavers and the goal didn't stand.

Onwards to goonhavern at home for madron 

No chance of being sporting and honest to tell the ref that it was in? Or if you were the lino to flag for the goal?

Guess at the end of the day it didn't matter.

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It was so blatantly in everyone was surprised it wasn't given as a hayle goal.

Both teams did tell the ref it was in but he had made his decision and didn't change his mind.

A bit of consistency for once 

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