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LWC Drinks Combination League and Table, and Cup Results - Saturday/Sunday 2/3 March 2019

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Sunday 3rd March 
League Cup semi-final
@ Hayle 3pm 
St Ives Town v Illogan RBL

Results for 
Saturday 2nd March 2019 
Lizard Argyle (Jack Casley) 1-0 Mullion 
Att- 30
Pendeen Rovers (Jack Ralph) 1-1 Perranwell (James Rowberry)
Att- 22
Penryn Athletic (Jake Shaw 2, Harry Roberts) 3-1 RNAS Culdrose (Matt Bulcock) 
Att- 35
Perranporth 0-6 St Day (Gavin Boon 2, Chris Dower 2, Matt Witts, Dan Richards) 
Att- 75
Porthleven Reserves (Marcus Smith, Lee Smith) 2-5 St Just (Jack Willis 3, Ashley Ellis, Ryan Holland)
Att- 43
Redruth United (Simon James, Andy bishop) 2-2 Wendron United Reserves (Matthew Larcombe, Elliott Webb) 
Att- 12

Supplementary Cup
Prelimanary Round 
Carharrack 0-9 St Agnes (Logan Taylor 3, Mike Burn 2, Freddie Walter, Mark Bell, Tom Fisher, Andy Davey) 
Att- 25

Table at 5.30pm 2-3-19
Penryn go top. On Thursday's Committee Meeting they were awarded 3 points for an unplayed game at Pendeen whilst Pendeen were deducted 3 points

POS TEAM PL W D L F A GD PTS
1 PENRYN ATHLETIC 26 18 3 5 96 24 72 61*
2 PERRANPORTH 24 19 2 3 83 29 54 59
3 HELSTON ATHLETIC RESERVES 27 19 1 7 96 43 53 58
4 ST DAY 26 18 3 5 95 41 53 57
5 ST IVES TOWN 24 17 2 5 78 24 54 53
6 FALMOUTH TOWN RESERVES 29 17 2 10 83 42 41 53
7 ILLOGAN RBL 22 13 2 7 65 32 33 41
8 PERRANWELL 21 13 2 6 40 22 18 41
9 HAYLE 26 13 2 11 67 50 17 41
10 RNAS CULDROSE 23 9 3 10 43 58 -15 30
11 ST AGNES 25 8 5 12 53 74 -21 29
12 WENDRON UNITED RESERVES 24 7 7 10 52 57 -7 28
13 PENDEEN ROVERS 28 9 4 15 53 66 -13 27*
14 ST JUST 25 6 7 12 43 57 -14 27*
15 LIZARD ARGYLE 26 8 3 15 46 70 -24 27
16 MULLION 27 8 2 17 37 69 -32 26
17 REDRUTH UNITED 27 6 2 19 38 98 -60 20
18 PORTHLEVEN RESERVES 27 4 1 23 42 135 -93 9*
19 CARHARRACK 21 0 3 18 17 134 -117 -1*
* POINTS ADJUSTED

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27 minutes ago, Cornish Dave said:

Getting threemilestone players won’t make a difference. Deluded 

Tms 1st & 2nd team both had a game today. I am told they won 3-1 & 10-1

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1 minute ago, Cornish Dave said:

Trelawny 4 and 1 

Well yes... But if you think 2 junior teams that have lost 3 games all season between them wouldn't be an improvement on a combo side that hasn't won a single game all year then you are either over estimating combo or underestimating junior football. Also don't forget that Threemilestone 2nd team has players that won combination 2 seasons ago. 

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Carharrack 0, St Agnes 9

It was business as usual at Ting Tang - Carharrack on the end of another hiding! But they kept battling until the end and just luck prevented them getting on the scoresheet.

Goals in the following minutes: 2, 29, 31, 35, 40 H.T. pen saved by Carharrack 'keeper on 47, then 54, 73, 76, 79 (pen). Splendid free kick some 25+ yards out by Carharrack's Jamie Shaw hit the upright and St Agnes hit the angle on 90+3.

Wore my red hat instead of my trademark yellow - but Carharrack played in white to the Aggie's red! Doh!

Tea still a modest 50p.

Let's hope Carharrack can at least get a goal or two (or even a point or two?) before the season's end. But what of next season?

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52 minutes ago, Cornish Dave said:

Getting threemilestone players won’t make a difference. Deluded 

If it ensures a full complement of players until the end of the season - it will make a difference surely, even if they don’t win any games!

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2 hours ago, cornishlegend said:

It seems comments keep getting deleted why? 

 

2 hours ago, Alf said:

Because You can't say anything about Carharrack else Richard Chown will delete it.😂

 

Yeah it's pointless running a forum if the Moderators can't remain impartial. Maybe Richard should seek out a "safe space".

I won't be donating to the running costs this year either on the basis of Richard's censorship of my previous post. 

You might need quite a few of those rematches I suggested though based on today's scoreline 🤣

 

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Rodney

Back 20th October Porthleven  could not raise a side against St Just. St Just awarded 3 points, Port deducted 3. We record it as a 0-0 draw as no goals are scored. I know a particular Cornish thing to do. If you look at Penryn they have two 0-0 wins! 

Do you ever go on my website?

You page for this season is on the link below.

http://www.cornwallcomboleague.co.uk/18stjust.html

 

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On 01/03/2019 at 06:59, cornishteddyboy said:

Sunday 3rd March 
League Cup semi-final
@ Hayle 3pm 
St Ives Town v Illogan RBL

Results for 
Saturday 2nd March 2019 
Lizard Argyle (???) 1-0 Mullion 
Att- ???
Pendeen Rovers (Jack Ralph) 1-1 Perranwell (James Rowberry)
Att- 22
Penryn Athletic (???) 3-1 RNAS Culdrose (Matt Bulcock) 
Att- 43
Perranporth 0-6 St Day (Gavin Boon 2, Chris Dower 2, Matt Witts, Dan Richards) 
Att- ???
Porthleven Reserves (Marcus Smith, Lee Smith) 2-5 St Just (???)
Att- 43
Redruth United (Simon James, Andy bishop) 2-2 Wendron United Reserves (???) 
Att- 12

Supplementary Cup
Prelimanary Round 
Carharrack 0-9 St Agnes (Logan Taylor 3, Mike Burn 2, Freddie Walter, Mark Bell, Tom Fisher, Andy Davey) 
Att- 25

 

Table at 5.30pm 2-3-19
Penryn go top. On Thursday's Committee Meeting they were awarded 3 points for an unplayed game at Pendeen whilst Pendeen were deducted 3 points

POS TEAM PL W D L F A GD PTS
1 PENRYN ATHLETIC 26 18 3 5 96 24 72 61*
2 PERRANPORTH 24 19 2 3 83 29 54 59
3 HELSTON ATHLETIC RESERVES 27 19 1 7 96 43 53 58
4 ST DAY 26 18 3 5 95 41 53 57
5 ST IVES TOWN 24 17 2 5 78 24 54 53
6 FALMOUTH TOWN RESERVES 29 17 2 10 83 42 41 53
7 ILLOGAN RBL 22 13 2 7 65 32 33 41
8 PERRANWELL 21 13 2 6 40 22 18 41
9 HAYLE 26 13 2 11 67 50 17 41
10 RNAS CULDROSE 23 9 3 10 43 58 -15 30
11 ST AGNES 25 8 5 12 53 74 -21 29
12 WENDRON UNITED RESERVES 24 7 7 10 52 57 -7 28
13 PENDEEN ROVERS 28 9 4 15 53 66 -13 27*
14 ST JUST 25 6 7 12 43 57 -14 27*
15 LIZARD ARGYLE 26 8 3 15 46 70 -24 27
16 MULLION 27 8 2 17 37 69 -32 26
17 REDRUTH UNITED 27 6 2 19 38 98 -60 20
18 PORTHLEVEN RESERVES 27 4 1 23 42 135 -93 9*
19 CARHARRACK 21 0 3 18 17 134 -117 -1*
* POINTS ADJUSTED

 

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2 hours ago, Tom Trust said:

Carharrack 0, St Agnes 9

It was business as usual at Ting Tang - Carharrack on the end of another hiding! But they kept battling until the end and just luck prevented them getting on the scoresheet.

Goals in the following minutes: 2, 29, 31, 35, 40 H.T. pen saved by Carharrack 'keeper on 47, then 54, 73, 76, 79 (pen). Splendid free kick some 25+ yards out by Carharrack's Jamie Shaw hit the upright and St Agnes hit the angle on 90+3.

Wore my red hat instead of my trademark yellow - but Carharrack played in white to the Aggie's red! Doh!

Tea still a modest 50p.

Let's hope Carharrack can at least get a goal or two (or even a point or two?) before the season's end. But what of next season?

Pretty well summed up here.

Some very well worked goals for St Agnes, particularly the header from the corner in the second half. A very well saved penalty from the Carharrack keeper aswell.

As you can see by the second had heat map, Carharrack didn't really test the St Agnes keeper, ultimately absorbing alot of pressure for the duration of the game. 

I take my hat off to Carharrack and the team behind the scenes as it would have been easy to just fold the club. However, perseverance has paid off and they are fielding sides to survive. With the news that a new manager is coming into the club next season, I genuinely wish them all the best of luck as they look to rebuild.

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2 minutes ago, Dave Bartlam said:

Pretty well summed up here.

Some very well worked goals for St Agnes, particularly the header from the corner in the second half. A very well saved penalty from the Carharrack keeper aswell.

As you can see by the second had heat map, Carharrack didn't really test the St Agnes keeper, ultimately absorbing alot of pressure for the duration of the game. 

I take my hat off to Carharrack and the team behind the scenes as it would have been easy to just fold the club. However, perseverance has paid off and they are fielding sides to survive. With the news that a new manager is coming into the club next season, I genuinely wish them all the best of luck as they look to rebuild.

Screenshot_20190302-202310_REFSIX.jpg

Hope the manager hasn't got anything to do with Threemilestone, wouldn't want to see them pulled apart again.

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Watched perranporth vs st day today, st day dominated the game and punished a very poor perranporth side. Very good performance from the saints today will be very interesting next season with the new league. A little sad to see perranporth could only manage to bring a couple of footballs to the match today ? Maybe the money has dried up ? 

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48 minutes ago, a little bit of a dinho said:

Yeah it's pointless running a forum if the Moderators can't remain impartial.

Bit harsh to group! I’d like to think despite all that appears on here, I’m reasonably tolerant! 😀

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The heat map is where Dave, the ref, was placed throughout the game and this shows that carharrack were pretty much camped in their own half absorbing wave after wave of pressure.

Was good to get a squad out today and even a sub and at 42 playing left back and chasing young lads around was not my plan for a Saturday afternoon.

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I see. Very illuminating. The second half saw Carharrack uphill and against the wind. I wouldn't have thought his 1st half heat map would have looked much different.

One of those posh new Smart watches, I presume? Fascinating!

I thought carharrack's LB looked a bit - er - mature! Well done, mate, wish I could have still been playing at 42! Don't hang yer boots up yet!

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I don't have a problem with Richard or Carharrack but his minor abuse of power is analogous to much bigger issues regarding freedom of speech, particularly on the internet. We may as well start somewhere. If we can't air opinions on petty local Football politics, then we're absolutely crackered when it comes to things that do matter. 

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46 minutes ago, Tom Trust said:

I see. Very illuminating. The second half saw Carharrack uphill and against the wind. I wouldn't have thought his 1st half heat map would have looked much different.

One of those posh new Smart watches, I presume? Fascinating!

I thought carharrack's LB looked a bit - er - mature! Well done, mate, wish I could have still been playing at 42! Don't hang yer boots up yet!

Mr Trust, I expect that your observant self may have noticed me clicking away on my watch a few times this afternoon. Some may think it was to check the Premier League results but I actually use it as a matchpad. So, I record goals, subs, misconduct (cautions, send offs etc) etc using it. With that, it gives me a pretty accurate heat map aswell as stats at the end - time spent walking, jogging, sprinting etc. It records the game for me. A really good piece of technology in my opinion. It also enables me to create match reports etc based on what I've put on. I'll show you in just a sec if you like :) 

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Great technology Dave!! Love to have seen good old Larry’s heat map when he was reffing back in the day! Just a big red blob covering the centre circle! (not Larry, the heat map) 😀 watch would have been handy as well! Used to enjoy those 55 minute halves!! 👍😀

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1 hour ago, RAPPO said:

Great technology Dave!! Love to have seen good old Larry’s heat map when he was reffing back in the day! Just a big red blob covering the centre circle! (not Larry, the heat map) 😀 watch would have been handy as well! Used to enjoy those 55 minute halves!! 👍😀

Haha  Rappo!!!! 😋

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1 hour ago, skinner said:

cornishteddyboy your league is wrong you work the table out on points dropped you show 21 it is 15

Penryns points are right on fulltime

Does the full-time include the second awarded game yet though?

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Point for debate - ball is played by the opposition into the left back area outside the 18yd box, keeper runs out of his area and dribbles the ball back into the box where he picks it up, ref blows for an indirect free kick, what's all that about?

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7 minutes ago, Andys said:

Point for debate - ball is played by the opposition into the left back area outside the 18yd box, keeper runs out of his area and dribbles the ball back into the box where he picks it up, ref blows for an indirect free kick, what's all that about?

I would say that was the incorrect decision

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3 hours ago, skinner said:

cornishteddyboy your league is wrong you work the table out on points dropped you show 21 it is 15

Penryns points are right on fulltime

If you are talking about Penryn. For a start Full-time shows Penryn having played 25 games but you add up the H-D-L and they come to 24. At the Committee meeting Penryn were awarded another 3 points for an unplayed game. These results are recorded as 0-0 as no goals are scored.

So Penryn have played 26, won 18 drawn 3 (one real draw and two 0-0 wins), lost 5. So 54 points for the wins, 1 for the real draw, 6 for the 0-0 wins. I will leave you to add up the points and look at the table again.

There is one other points adjustment to come but cannot be done yet as one of the clubs has a right of appeal, so until that is decided....

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13 minutes ago, Andys said:

Point for debate - ball is played by the opposition into the left back area outside the 18yd box, keeper runs out of his area and dribbles the ball back into the box where he picks it up, ref blows for an indirect free kick, what's all that about?

 

5 minutes ago, willy7 said:

I would say that was the incorrect decision

I would agree.

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15 hours ago, Spectator92 said:

Watched perranporth vs st day today, st day dominated the game and punished a very poor perranporth side. Very good performance from the saints today will be very interesting next season with the new league. A little sad to see perranporth could only manage to bring a couple of footballs to the match today ? Maybe the money has dried up ? 

You only need 2-3 match balls for a game. Also maybe if the players keep the balls on the pitch they wouldn't go missing.

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1 minute ago, Whistle Blower said:

 

I would agree.

Well at least that's three of us in agreement, fortunately didn't affect the result, but couldn't believe what I was seeing!

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15 hours ago, Spectator92 said:

Watched perranporth vs st day today, st day dominated the game and punished a very poor perranporth side. Very good performance from the saints today will be very interesting next season with the new league. A little sad to see perranporth could only manage to bring a couple of footballs to the match today ? Maybe the money has dried up ? 

I quote part of Combo Rule 20

"The home Team must provide goal nets, corner flags and at least two footballs fit for play and the referee shall make a report to the Competition if the footballs are unsuitable. Failure to comply with this Rule will result in a fine in accordance with the Fines Tariff."

Only 2 League approved footballs need to be provide but of course experience will tell if the club needs to provide more.

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26 minutes ago, cornishteddyboy said:

If you are talking about Penryn. For a start Full-time shows Penryn having played 25 games but you add up the H-D-L and they come to 24. At the Committee meeting Penryn were awarded another 3 points for an unplayed game. These results are recorded as 0-0 as no goals are scored.

So Penryn have played 26, won 18 drawn 3 (one real draw and two 0-0 wins), lost 5. So 54 points for the wins, 1 for the real draw, 6 for the 0-0 wins. I will leave you to add up the points and look at the table again.

There is one other points adjustment to come but cannot be done yet as one of the clubs has a right of appeal, so until that is decided....

Why aren't games just set as walkovers like every other league in the country? It does all the necessary table adjustments for you and doesn't cause and create confusion.

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If Perranporth have such an open ground where balls and up in the road, in bushes or across the rugby pitch then it's common sense to have more than two, unless there are ball boys or able volunteers to help.

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With Perranporth's seeming demise after such a dominant start, it seems that the final league table will not reflect the true story of this year's league. Many teams will now prosper thru good luck of having not played Perranporth until the wheels came off or the money dried up. Such a shame and maybe a team will gain a hollow victory.

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35 minutes ago, le boss said:

With Perranporth's seeming demise after such a dominant start, it seems that the final league table will not reflect the true story of this year's league. Many teams will now prosper thru good luck of having not played Perranporth until the wheels came off or the money dried up. Such a shame and maybe a team will gain a hollow victory.

It's the way the fixtures fall. Whoever finishes top after 36 games will be champions whether they deserve it or not.

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20 minutes ago, Fanfare said:

It's the way the fixtures fall. Whoever finishes top after 36 games will be champions whether they deserve it or not.

No sherlock? My point is that the results will be skewed!!

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1 hour ago, Perran said:

You only need 2-3 match balls for a game. Also maybe if the players keep the balls on the pitch they wouldn't go missing.

Well if perran managed to tidy up the holes in the defensive and stopped picking the balls out from the back of the net, then maybe you might of had time to find the other match balls or have they gone where all the money has ? 🤫

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1 hour ago, Dave Bartlam said:

Why aren't games just set as walkovers like every other league in the country? It does all the necessary table adjustments for you and doesn't cause and create confusion.

It has done on full-time but not on @cornishteddyboy table

2 hours ago, Andys said:

Point for debate - ball is played by the opposition into the left back area outside the 18yd box, keeper runs out of his area and dribbles the ball back into the box where he picks it up, ref blows for an indirect free kick, what's all that about?

Didn’t the referee feel it was played back intentionally by the defender? Hence IDFK for deliberate pass to the keeper?

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1 hour ago, Dave Bartlam said:

Why aren't games just set as walkovers like every other league in the country? It does all the necessary table adjustments for you and doesn't cause and create confusion.

Because I am different.

 

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Just now, cornishteddyboy said:

Because I am different.

 

with that being said, when it comes to the league top scorer at the end of the season, will goals scored against West Cornwall still count towards players totals?

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2 hours ago, Andys said:

Point for debate - ball is played by the opposition into the left back area outside the 18yd box, keeper runs out of his area and dribbles the ball back into the box where he picks it up, ref blows for an indirect free kick, what's all that about?

I was just behind you Andy with my friend watching and we both said pass back at the same time. It was played back by the blue player after tackling the yellow. Please don't try and blame the referee for the result I thought he had a very good game, let the game flow and had control for the full 90 plus what felt like an extra 90 for extra time. Watching as a neutral I felt this was one of the better games I've watched this season both teams matched each other but perranwell scored the better goal. A truly wonderful  piece of football. 

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