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Result 
Saturday 18th May 2019 
Perranporth (Luke Wort, Justin Searle) 2-0 RNAS Culdrose
Att - 100

Fixture 
Sunday 19th May 
Supplementary Cup Final 
@ Wendron 
Falmouth Town Reserves v Helston Athletic Reserves

Fixture
Tuesday 21st May 
Illogan RBL v St Day

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Yes, well done, sorry I couldn't be there, a little domestic problem: what a brilliant season it has been at the top end of the table. The Combo has seen some really good football this season.

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Congratulations Perran 👍. And here’s hoping St Day can finish third another good season under Joff & co.  I do believe I had a little bet they’d defo finish top 4 for £20 to charity don’t suppose I will hear from the culprit now who said they wouldn’t.  🤣🤣🤣

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PERRANPORTH (1) 2     Searle 27’  Wort 81’

CULDROSE (0) 0

Congrats to Perranporth on back to back league titles. Well done to Penryn, St.Day and St.Ives who pushed them all the way throughout the season. Thanks to everyone who I’ve badgered for results, goalscorers, highlights, minutes, etc all season, it’s been much appreciated. CTB for his great coverage of a league I’ve still got a lot of affection for 👍 👏🏼  Well done to Luke if it was your last senior game, nice way to go out mate 👏🏼 Hope you all have a good summer and rest away from football. I know I will apart from the Copa America, African Nations Cup, U21 Euros and the Women’s World Cup!!! 😂 👍

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Congratulations all at ponsmere valley ! Well done to Ryan Reeve at penryn,but for the rest of you the left carharrick in the shit just deserves...unlucky.

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Would like to congratulate Perranporth on back to back league titles from all at Redruth United.And as Rappo said the other teams running them close. Its testament to our league that the title was not decided until the last weekend of the season. And if this is the last one ever of the Combination League what a way to go out

 

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28 minutes ago, Poochy said:

Congratulations all at ponsmere valley ! Well done to Ryan Reeve at penryn,but for the rest of you the left carharrick in the shit just deserves...unlucky.

What does the last bit about Carharrack actually MEAN?

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2 hours ago, MARKSY said:

Congratulations Perran 👍. And here’s hoping St Day can finish third another good season under Joff & co.  I do believe I had a little bet they’d defo finish top 4 for £20 to charity don’t suppose I will hear from the culprit now who said they wouldn’t.  🤣🤣🤣

That was me Marksy!! Let me know the charity and I’ll do it come the 31st May!

34 minutes ago, Poochy said:

Congratulations all at ponsmere valley ! Well done to Ryan Reeve at penryn,but for the rest of you the left carharrick in the shit just deserves...unlucky.

‘The rest of you left carharrACK’* !?!? When will this die old!? Jesus Christ. There have been many occasions in which a manager and players have left a club to join another. The fact it was Harry Pope means it has been magnified by sad individuals such as Poochy.

im sure everyone at Penryn is delighted with Popes first year, considering the club finishing in the bottom half last season. Unfortunately for Pope, when you’re the most successful manager over the past 5 years you’re expected a trophy every year - football doesn’t work like that - sorry poochy, thanks for thinking of Penryn thought despite Perrans success. 

Congrats to Perran and for st day and Penryn for taking it to the last day. Next year should be great 

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1 thing thing gets overlooked. Carharrack came up to Combo around the same time as Holmans & West Cornwall. Both of those clubs managers realised it's not easy to be competitive in combo & keep decent players & both resigned. Holmans are now a mid table junior team & West Cornwall folded altogether. & yet it's Penryn & the ex catharrack players that get the grief? 

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51 minutes ago, InBrendanWeTrust said:

That was me Marksy!! Let me know the charity and I’ll do it come the 31st May!

 

Well done hat off to you 👍 Diabetes.org.uk. Or you can simply phone 0345 123 2399. Well done & appreciate your sportsmanship. We will pick again next season perhaps 👍

 

 

 

Roy D the only reason I left Holmans was to watch my son play a higher level no one resigned due to the combo & we won the supp cup . The team that was relegated from the combo last season but spent two further years after I left in it had up until this week the same manager all the way through all be it as assistant to reno who stepped aside for work purposes & once again we have a lovely bunch of youngsters coming through nicely. 

West Cornwall went in last season as I recall but I could be wrong . 

Final point I agree Penryn do get grief I’ve given plenty myself over the seasons but I’m not sure anyone is saying they haven’t done a good job as a group of mates friends etc . I personally don’t think the manager has endeared himself  to the other teams therefore the whole team gets showcased. I’ve been there done that as quite a few will agree 😂. Needless to say I’m not a pope fan 😆I’m sure he knows I had to get that in Roy D 👍

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I try not to get involved. I wish people would give Harry and the lads a break. We were  lucky I approached Harry when he was managing family members of mine at under 18 level, he rejected and wanted to manage his home club understandable.  I had everything in place and knew the club could go further, what happen was parabolic, we had a team that had played together at their peak and it was a privilege to watch each week winning all the trophies. Teams change thats football. If I was told that the new St P league had grants we would be in a totally different position than we are now, the fact St P league are giving two years grace Harry would of stayed no doubt.

Personally I think Harry is a superb motivator, wouldn't surprise me like a big club like St Austell in SWPL P where he played approaches him in the very near future.

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Getting back to the main title for this thread, and I'd like to congratulate Lee, Steve & everyone at Perranporth on retaining the league title. 

Winning back to back league titles is an incredible achievement, and winning it on their final game of the season just goes to show how competitive the league was this year. 

Well done everyone. 

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It’s just a shame that the manager that started the season had to leave for work commitments, then a new manager came in and got the push for the same guy to come back at the end of the season ....but that’s the way local footy is going ... look at Ludgvan and now Penzance .. The merry go round continues to go around and around 

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