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Trispen 2-3 Falmouth Albion

The meaning of the word six pointer!

Both teams new how important this game was to their survival in the fhfl div 2. Both teams started well with albion slightly coming out on top. An early cross into the box, and chipped shot leading to the ball to come out off the crossbar and albion able to score their first goal of the day. Debate to weather the ball was controlled with a hand, but the refferee gave the goal. albion shortly after scored their second goal, a nice cross finished by an exquizet header. Albion went in 2-0 up at half time, but having to play up hill in the second half. Trispen had an early goal chalked off for an offside, which sent thier manager into an array of screams. 15 mins into the second half albion scored thier third, with a sweet sweet volley rifled into the net. The albion fans were goin mental. albion shortly after conceaded a sloppy goal and in the last 10 minutes another, leading to a VERY tense last couple of minutes. with the tension unbearable, one of albions players lost his cool, after a dodgy decision by the linesman, kicking the ball away in anger. He was shown the yellow. in the last minute trispen won a corner, the trispen managment could only look on as it was easily cleared and the refferee blew to end a fantastic game.

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It is a real shame to see Trispen struggling at the bottom of the table but with the majority of those who should be playing first team sitting in the second team out of their own choice, it gives those running the First team a limited choice of players. The side that had been built during the pre season would have been battling at the other end of the table.

I really hope that things turn round and that they can get themselves out of trouble. Good luck to all those involved with Trispen especially the first team lads.

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Trispen 2-3 Falmouth Albion

The meaning of the word six pointer!

Both teams new how important this game was to their survival in the fhfl div 2. Both teams started well with albion slightly coming out on top. An early cross into the box, and chipped shot leading to the ball to come out off the crossbar and albion able to score their first goal of the day. Debate to weather the ball was controlled with a hand, but the refferee gave the goal. albion shortly after scored their second goal, a nice cross finished by a fluky header which hit the striker who knew nothing about it. Albion went in 2-0 up at half time, but having to play up hill in the second half. Trispen had an early goal chalked off for an offside, which sent thier manager into an array of screams. 15 mins into the second half albion scored thier third, with a mishit, shinner volley trickled into the net. The albion fans were goin mental. albion shortly after conceaded a sloppy goal and in the last 10 minutes another, leading to a VERY tense last couple of minutes. with the tension unbearable, one of albions players lost his cool, after a dodgy decision by the linesman, kicking the ball away in anger. He was shown the yellow. in the last minute trispen won a corner, the trispen managment could only look on as it was easily cleared and the refferee blew to end a fantastic game.

Probably the more likely turn of events :P . And another :SM_carton_y: tut tut

Good win today though :clapper:

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shift when you can actually keep a clean sheet, or stop me from scoring ten goals past you in training, then thats the day you can take the piss out of me and also the day i retire! looks like a long career for me then!

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