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LWC Drinks Cornwall Combination League Results - Saturday 11th May 2019

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Results for
Saturday 11th May 2019 
Perranporth (Justin Searle 3, Luke Wort 2, Jowan Kitchener 2, Josh Harris) 8-1 Mullion (Jack Price)
Att - 70
Perranwell (Adam Selley) 1-0 RNAS Culdrose 
Att - 30
St Agnes (???) 1-2 Helston Athletic Reserves (Charlie Young, Fraser Paterson)
Att - 45

Sunday 12th May 
Evely Cup 
Illogan RBL v AFC St Austell Reserves 
3pm Gala Park, Porthleven

 

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As of 5pm 11/5/19
POS TEAM PL W D L F A GD PTS
1 PENRYN ATHLETIC 36 25 6 5 129 31 98 85*
2 PERRANPORTH 35 26 4 5 107 40 67 84*
3 ST DAY 34 25 4 5 122 49 73 79
4 ST IVES TOWN 35 23 5 7 99 34 65 74
5 HELSTON ATHLETIC RESERVES 36 24 2 10 119 55 64 74
6 FALMOUTH TOWN RESERVES 36 21 4 11 100 50 50 67
7 ILLOGAN RBL 34 19 5 10 88 49 39 62
8 HAYLE 35 17 4 14 80 61 19 57*
9 PERRANWELL 35 17 2 16 68 50 18 55*
10 WENDRON UNITED RESERVES 36 10 13 13 67 74 -7 47*
11 ST JUST 36 12 9 15 70 84 -14 46*
12 PENDEEN ROVERS 36 13 7 16 70 74 -4 42*
13 MULLION 36 12 4 20 60 91 -31 40
14 LIZARD ARGYLE 36 10 6 20 65 92 -27 36
15 RNAS CULDROSE 34 11 3 19 61 88 -27 36
16 ST AGNES 36 9 7 20 64 100 -36 34
17 REDRUTH UNITED 36 8 3 25 53 121 -68 27
18 PORTHLEVEN RESERVES 35 5 4 27 52 154 -102 11*
19 CARHARRACK 35 0 6 29 23 200 -177 -10*

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Perranporth 8, Mullion 1

Mullionweren't THAT bad. I thought they defended well in the 1st half even though there was only really going to be one possible winner. They just didn't play to their strengths - lots of very tall lads in their line-up who weren't that effectively-used.

Still, nice to be amongst a friendly and amusing bunch of supporters: nice to catch up with Glen Mather; interesting to see some of the Penryn team turning up to watch proceedings.

Tea the customary quid! But £2 entry for an OAP? That's 100% inflation during the season. This isn't Venezuela!

Lovely day: pitch bone hard but well-maintained.

Perranporth should have been one up after just 20 seconds but the lad who broke through tried to break the net rather than just place it past the 'keeper and clipped the bar for a goal kick! Doh! The 1st 10m was all Perranporth with a couple of missed oportunities. Mullion's 1st attempt on goal (a good one, just wide) wasn't until the 19th minute, at 0 - 0.

Goals at 22, 35 (splendid direct FK from some 20+ yards), 56 (so only 2 - 0 at HT), 67, 74, 79, 87 (Mullion's), 88 and 90.

 

PS - I see Carharrack have been docked another 9 points. Ouch!

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Rumours were heard several weeks ago that a certain person would not be getting a side together for the st day game should they have a chance of winning the league and be needing lots of goals. 

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1 hour ago, Scoffy said:

Will Caharrack be able to field a side v St Day? If not it scuppers any chance no matter how small of the saints winning the league!

It's a local derby richars will do everything to make sure he has a team out with out a doubt. They are still alive and kicking that's good news for the club no matter how hard it's been. 

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