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Saturday 13th July 2019

Foxhole 3 (Bould 19, Dingle 30, Slateford 54) Penzance 2 (Owen 79, Davey 82)

With both sides missing key men little can be read into this result but any victory over a side playing two divisions higher this season is pleasing. Bould opened the scoring with a close range header from debutant Dedman's inswinging corner, and Dingle soon doubled the lead with a finish from an extremely acute angle. Slateford appeared to have made the game safe with a composed low finish after Whiting had beaten away an effort from impressive newcomer Cheshire but, to their credit, Penzance were rewarded for their tidy play throughout with two late goals from distance. Also making their first starts for the Foxes were Coates and Rosevear who both did very well, and it was nice to see a return between the posts for Hicks, without whom the visitors would have completed a dramatic recovery. Well played both teams and best of luck to Penzance. Many thanks to officials Tom Roper, Aydan Rundle and brilliant goal-scoring linesman Sam Owen.

Foxhole (4-3-3): Shaun Hicks; Bradley Allen, Nathan Papaioannou, Lee Whetter, Angel Coates; Josh Andrews, Nathan Allen, Ben Rosevear; Ollie Dedman, Benno Bould, Tyler Cheshire.

Subs: Ryan Wilkins, Callie Rundle, Neil Slateford, Aidan Dingle.

Penzance: Ben Whiting, Liam Chinn, Dave Mitchell, Ashley Lawrence, Scott Grant, Jack Reynolds, Gary Bell, Morgan Kewn, Darrell Richards, Anton Oliver, Darren Davey.

Subs: Sam Owen, Owen Barrett.

Edited by Darin Morse
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Monday 15th July 2019 

Sticker 0 Foxhole 2 (Cheshire 43, Bould 89)

Foxhole completed their second victory over South West Peninsula opposition in three days. In the first half they were given the runaround by the hosts who only failed to build a substantial lead due to indifferent finishing and another fine goalkeeping display by Hicks, while Avery's screamer crashed against the bar. However, the depleted visitors,  missing Andrews, Deadman, Kerrigan, Reed-Bennett and the elder Allen, hung in there and snatched the lead when Clarke was unable to deal with Rowles-Jane's back pass, allowing Cheshire to force home. 

Although, in possession terms, the second half followed a broadly similar pattern, there were fewer heart-stopping moments, largely due to an imperious display from young centre-half Coates, all thunderous challenges and huge clearances. With seconds remaining Brown's long ball was chased down by Bould who out-foxed Avery before rounding Clarke and rolling the ball into the net.

Well played the super Foxes. Good luck to Sticker. Many thanks to officials Kevin Knowles, Steve Sloggett, Callie Rundle and Ray Wilson.

Foxhole (4-3-3): Shaun Hicks; Ryan Wilkins, Nathan Papaioannou, Lee Whetter, Angel Coates; Nathan Allen, Huw Morgan, Ben Rosevear; Benno Bould, Chris Brown, Tyler Cheshire.

Subs: Rory Barnacle, Richard Griffin, Callie Rundle.

Sticker (4-5-1): Connor Clarke; Jack Walker, Brad Hoskin, Andrew Avery, Micky Rowles-Jane; Theo Maye, Tom Tallis, Gareth Smith, Ash Winkworth, Derrick Lucas; Jack Hooper.

Subs: Joel Cockings, James Martin, Bailey Smith, Josh Yelland, Liam Nicholls.


Tuesday 16th July 2019

Foxhole reserves 8 (Hawken x3, A Rundle pen, J Robinson x2, Manning, Allen pen) Biscovey 0   HT 4-0

Foxhole (3-5-2): Sam Mitchell; Dan Allen, Josh Andrews, Steve Kellow; Wayne Hoole, Callie Rundle, Jay Manning, Jake Couch, Caleb Hawken; Jamie Robinson, Richard James. 

Subs: Matt Lean, Aydan Rundle, Kian Hooper, Dean Robinson.

Biscovey: Callum Tregidgo, Bradley Mills, Billy Trudgeon, Connor Durnin, Jordan Rowse, Hayden Tregidgo, Dan Lydon, Owen Barnard, Harry Moss, Jacob Adams, Matt Waller, Luke Turnbull, Rui Almeda, Michael Cocks, Dylan Hankinson.

Well played lads. Best of luck to Biscovey. Many thanks to Sam Doble, Chris Allen and the various visiting linos.





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Foxhole 3 (Chris Brown 15, 83, Bould 41) AFC Bodmin 0
Monday 22nd July 2019
Foxhole handed debuts to Ben Hurst and Adam Brown, and both did well in a routine victory. Chris Brown opened the scoring on the quarter hour, thumping a loose ball from fifteen yards past a stranded Hollyoak, and Bould doubled the lead, firing in from close range from one of several inviting Cheshire centres. The second half was more even as the visitors defended competently and enjoyed some possession but they were not blessed with sufficient cutting edge to really test our new keeper and centre-half. The Foxes lacked a certain ruthlessness themselves and it was not until seven minutes from time that Chris Brown added a third, heading home from a few yards another Cheshire assist.
Well played both teams. Thanks to Bodmin for coming over and good luck for the season. Grateful thanks to Ian Osborne, Ray Wilson and the various visiting linos.
Foxhole (4-3-3): Ben Hurst; Ryan Wilkins, Nathan Papaioannou, Adam Brown, Angel Coates; Nathan Allen, Levi Kerrigan, Josh Andrews; Tyler Cheshire, Benno Bould, Chris Brown.
Subs: Rory Barnacle, Lee Whetter, Callie Rundle.
AFC Bodmin (4-4-2): Dan Hollyoak; Richard Cooper, Aaron Sturdy, Dan Hadley, Henry Ellis; Dan Haggett, Jacob Franks, Callum Kirk, Joe Ahearn; Charlie Bickle, Michael Horne.
Subs: Corey Stewart, Josh Taphouse, Chris Platt, Alex Rehak.
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Foxhole reserves 0 Tregrehan 5 (James 42, Husband 43, Budge 54, Campbell 63, Jones 81)

Missed penalty : Dingle (Tregrehan) 84

Well played Tregrehan and good luck for the season. Thanks to Matt Starkie, Chris Allen and the various visiting linos.

Foxhole (4-4-2): Stewart May; Jacob Mitchell, Dean Robinson, Dan Allen, Adam Kirby; Jowan Dingle, Callie Rundle, Jeremy Pascoe, Wayne Hoole; Richard James, Jamie Robinson.

Subs: Caleb Hawken, Kian Hooper, Sam Mitchell, Aydan Rundle, Ash Wade.

Tregrehan (4-4-2): Dom Richards; Dom Swire, Rees Lamy, Andrew Julian, Matt May; Lewis Husband, Lee Budge, Ben Gillard, Tommy Foster; Glynn James, Dean Dingle.

Subs: Dylan Jones, Marco Gurney, Marcisse Campbell, Nick Batt, Ben Double, Scott Foster.

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Thank you. Was a good work out! Aydan Rundle was most amused by the fact we warmed down on social media! "Big Time Charlies" was the phrase used. Ironic when referring to one of the most humble clubs in Duchy Football! Lol. A cracking set up there and with a senior first team it's great to see the club back where it belongs. Always a pleasure, great hosts and even put on hotdogs after! Good Luck to all at your club for the coming season! 

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Saturday 27th July 2019

Penryn 2 (Reeve 61, Roberts 75) Foxhole 1 (Griffin 38)

Missed penalty: Whetter (Foxhole) 40

Foxhole (4-3-3): Ben Hurst; Ryan Wilkins, Nathan Papaioannou, Lee Whetter, Angel Coates; Nathan Allen, Levi Kerrigan, Rory Barnacle; Richard Griffin, Benno Bould, Tyler Cheshire.

Subs: Josh Andrews, Jay Manning.

Penryn (3-5-2): Chris Page; Josh Kelly, Russell May, Nick Boase; Reggie May, Cohen Saunders, Billy Williams, Keegan McPhilbin, Harry Roberts; Jack Rapsey, Ryan Reeve.

Subs: Scott Yendle, Glen Paterson, Liam Jarvis.


Penryn reserves 4 (Cook 2, 29, 69, Caddy 40) Foxhole reserves 3 (Cheshire 8, Simon James 68, Richard James 70)

Foxhole (4-4-2): Shaun Hicks; Simon Bunt, Dean Robinson, Dan Allen, Josh Andrews; Ash Wade, Matt Lean, Simon James, Jacob Mitchell; Tyler Cheshire, Richard James.

Subs: Nathan Papaioannou, Nathan Allen, Jay Manning.

Penryn (4-4-2): Jake Bate; Glenn Jeffries, Dan Jarvis, Cohen Saunders, Paul Hart; Jason Roberts, Lewis Pellow, Liam Jarvis, Ryan Caddy; Kyle Cook, Scott McElwee.

Subs: Scott Yendle, Keir Dent, Jackson Saunders, Ben Allen, Ronnie May.

Well played all four teams. Good luck to Penryn. Many thanks to the officials.


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Wednesday 31st July 2019

Lanivet 2 (McNary 57, Ames 63) Foxhole 7 (Barnicle 32, Whetter 53, Cheshire 54, 64, 89, Bould pen 61, Dingle 79)

Foxhole took a while to get to grips with the impressive Lanivet five-man midfield but took the lead when Deadman cleverly set up Barnacle for a scuffed finish. However they took charge soon after the break with two goals in rapid succession, Whetter nodding home Deadman's free-kick before Cheshire, having played an intelligent one-two with Barnacle, expertly lobbed ex-Fox Bullen. Although the lively McNary soon reduced the arrears when he capitalised on a misunderstanding between Whetter and Coates, Bould restored the three goal advantage from the spot after Bullen had hauled down Cheshire. 

Although another former Goverseth player Ames briefly raised the hopes of the home support with a fine shot on the turn from twenty yards, the visitors had by now sussed the importance of taking fewer touches and keeping the ball moving on the narrow pitch and were to make the game safe with a final flourish. Deadman's quick throw-in released Cheshire for the fifth, before Dingle's volley found the net after a scramble involving the rapidly improving Manning. Cheshire duly completed his hat-trick at the death, converting from close range an early ball from the unselfish Bould.

What a great set up Lanivet have and we wish them well this season. Many thanks to Ian Osborne, Aydan Rundle and the home lino.

Foxhole (4-4-2): Ben Hurst; Ryan Wilkins, Nathan Papaioannou, Lee Whetter, Angel Coates; Chris Brown, Levi Kerrigan, Nathan Allen; Oliver Deadman, Benno Bould, Tyler Cheshire.

Subs: Aidan Dingle, Callie Rundle, Jay Manning, Rory Barnacle.

Lanivet (3-5-2): Matt Bullen; Alex Ahearn, Andre da Silva, Adam Brown; Luke Sanders, Darren Lang, Dan Marshall, Liam Ames, Spencer Hartill; Matt Pearson, James McNary.

Subs: Ross Truran, Oliver Brown, Daryl Stiff.


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Tuesday 6th August  2019     

Foxhole 4 (Cheshire 10, 40, Barnacle 52, Bould pen 75)  St Agnes 0

Another excellent display from outside-left Cheshire was the inspiration behind this comfortable victory over the St Piran league side, and it was he who opened the scoring, rifling in the rebound after Smith had parried Kerrigan's daisy-cutter. Foxhole never looked likely to relinquish their winning position but their finishing lacked a certain ruthlessness until Cheshire doubled the lead just before the break, cleverly chipping home Barnacle's astute ball. Barnacle himself was to nab the third, slamming a loose ball into the net following Smith's fine save from Bould, who calmly completed the scoring from the spot after Cheshire had been bundled over. 

Foxhole (4-3-3): Ben Hurst; Ryan Wilkins, Nathan Papaioannou, Lee Whetter, Josh Andrews; Aidan Dingle, Levi Kerrigan, Nathan Allen; Chris Brown, Benno Bould, Tyler Cheshire.

Sub: Rory Barnacle.

St Agnes (4-4-2): Ashley Smith; Freddie Walter, Alex Wilson, Charlie Kemp, Bailey Milling; Mike Burn, Andrew Davey, Dan O'Toole, Logan Taylor; Brandon Light, Jakob Springall.

Subs: Nathan Springall, Dan Head, Lewis Hodgkinson.

Well played both teams. Best of luck to St Agnes and many thanks for coming over. Thank you to the officials Ian Osborne, Aydan Rundle and Barry Taylor.


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Wednesday 7th August        

Foxhole reserves 6 (Jamie Robinson 7, 52, James 15, 43, pen 72, Callie Rundle 24) St Dennis reserves 1 (Kibble 31)

Foxhole never looked back from Robinson's early goal to complete a dominant victory, the big striker latching on to Jacob Mitchell's through ball to round Agar and slot home. James added a second before Callie Rundle notched the third with a rare right-footed strike from eighteen yards. Kibble did pull one back with a finish from an acute angle after a solo run, but it was not to alter the course of the game as James soon restored the three-goal advantage before the break with a fine shot on the turn to beat Agar. Robinson made it five with a thumping header from Sam Mitchell's pinpoint centre, before James gleefully completed his hat-trick from the spot following Wills' foul on Hoole.

Foxhole (4-4-2): Shaun Hicks; Dan Allen, Dean Robinson, Adam Kirby, Jeremy Pascoe; Sam Mitchell, Jacob Mitchell, Wayne Hoole, Callie Rundle; Jamie Robinson, Richard James.

Subs: Aydan Rundle, Kian Townsend.

St Dennis (4-3-3): Bradley Agar; Owen Rosevear, Robbie Orchard, Rob Astin, Dave Cloke; Paul Reed, Shane Kibble, Jordan Wills; Joe Orchard, Callum Oldham, Nathan McGall.

Sub: Dave Grose.

Well played both teams. Thanks to St Dennis for coming over to play and good luck in the St Piran league. Many thanks to officials Matt Starkie, Chris Allen, Dave Grose and Andy Rosevear.




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Foxhole Stars vs St Dennis Reserves - After a long train journey and a brief stint at my nephews birthday party I searched for some local football, I found this game thanks Darin Morse’s post, so I popped over for a look (I could only watch the first half because the last train back to St Germans was at 8pm). The first half saw chances at both ends and Foxhole went into the break leading. Does anyone have a final score and full match report as it looked like a cracking game, the referee was unnoticeable so was having a great game in my eyes and I was particularly impressed with Foxhole’s number 9.

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Monday 12th August 

Foxhole 10 (Bould pen 12, 67, Cheshire 22, 80, 83, Hawken 42, 49, Barnacle 32, Wilkins 57, Coates 81) Holywell and Cubert 0

Foxhole (4-3-3): Ben Hurst; Ryan Wilkins, Callie Rundle, Angel Coates, Josh Andrews; Rory Barnacle, Aidan Dingle, Chris Brown; Benno Bould, Jay Manning, Tyler Cheshire.

Subs: Wayne Hoole, Caleb Hawken, Dan Allen.

Holywell (4-4-2): Kai Watson; Ashleigh Evans, Jordan Piper, Mike Deacy, Dan Code; James Lynch, Anthony Thawley, Bryan Picoto, Jamie Lee; Luke Williams, Simon Holmes.

Sub: Lloyd Creeper.

Bould opened the scoring from the spot after he'd been pushed by Deacy, his team adding three further goals at regular ten minute intervals before the break. Barnacle, who had found Cheshire to grab the second, notched the third from Bould's assist before second-teamer Hawken rammed home the fourth from an acute angle from Cheshire's pass.

The second half followed a similar pattern of home dominance. Hawken's claim for a promotion to the first-team was further enhanced with the pick of the goals, cleverly shifting on to his left foot to drill past the over-worked Watson from twenty yards. Wilkins' direct free kick was unstoppable, as was, albeit from closer range, a second from Bould, whose fine cross was then calmly headed in by Cheshire. Coates made it nine with an emphatic right foot effort following a short corner from Barnacle, before Cheshire rounded off the entertainment when he fired in a loose ball.

Well played the super Foxes, particularly Andrews, surely way too good for the reserves. Great credit to a severely depleted Holywell for fulfilling the fixture - best of luck for an enjoyable and successful season. Many thanks to Jo Harris for reffing.




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Thursday 29th August 2019

Foxhole reserves 6 (Hawken pen 10, James 39, 85, Hoole 40, Couch 53, Aydan Rundle 61) Roche reserves 0

Foxhole (3-5-2): Stewart May; Dan Allen, Steve Kellow, Jeremy Pascoe; Adam Kirby,  Jake Couch, Callie Rundle, Caleb Hawken, Wayne Hoole; Richard James, Jamie Robinson.

Subs: Dylan Jones, Jay Manning, Jacob Mitchell, Dean Robinson, Aydan Rundle.

Roche (4-4-2): Alfie Harbone; Brandon Richards, Liam Watering, Saul Niles, Nick Linne; Jacob Inch, Callum Spencer, Max Burnett, Sam Burnett; Dan Menhinnitt, Callum Howard.

Subs: Charlie Spencer, Nathan Fosten, Sam Allen, Jordan Shepherd.

Foxhole completed a routine victory in a low key affair, with the score line a touch flattering. Hawken opened the scoring, confidently despatching from the spot after being hauled over by Niles before two goals in a minute just before the break settled the game. First James' brilliant first touch from Allen's raking pass made the task of beating the excellent Harbone a formality, before Hoole lobbed home from twenty-five yards.

Both teams made full use of their respective sizeable benches in the late summer sun and, while the Foxes continued on top, the youthful visitors played their part in keeping the experienced home rearguard on their toes. However, while Roche's efforts at goal tended to be more of the speculative variety, the home team were able to double their lead with some clinical finishing. Couch hit a pile driver from thirty yards into the top corner, before Aydan Rundle made it five with a volley and James hit his second with another unstoppable drive following inventive play from Hawken.

Well played the super Foxes. Well done and good luck to Roche. Many thanks to Will Annear, Chris Allen and Pete Richards.


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