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Dave Deacon

RESULTS - Wednesday 14 August 2019

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WEDNESDAY 14 AUG

 

KITCHEN KIT PENINSULA PREMIER EAST

Bovey Tracey 4-0 Ivybridge Town 

Dartmouth AFC 3-2 Stoke Gabriel

Sidmouth Town 2-1 Axminster Town AFC

  

KITCHEN KIT PENINSULA PREMIER WEST

St Dennis 4-4 Dobwalls

Bodmin Town 7-0 Callington Town

Penzance 0-6 St Austell

 

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St Dennis (3) 4 (Jacob Rowe 3, Sleeman) Dobwalls (2) 4 (Cooper, Smith, Spear, Maskell)

St Dennis (4-5-1): James Hunkin; Andrew Sincock, Mark Rowe, Lee Rickard, Ashley Taylor; Aaron Beresford, Ryan Hayhurst, Martin Sleeman, CJ Bird, Richard Hawke; Jacob Rowe.

Subs: Perry Harvey, Ian Stone.

St Dennis went ahead early on when Rowe's daisy-cutter eluded Sims, before Sleeman's fierce free-kick found the top corner. Dobwalls had looked at least the equals of the hosts so when Rowe  capitalised on a misplaced back pass they must have wondered quite how they were three down. However two headers in rapid succession just before the break from Cooper and Smith, both from dead balls, made it interesting.

The visitors dominated the second half without exactly bombarding stand-in keeper Hunkin before the impressive Rickard's fine long pass found lone striker Rowe to round the keeper for the second time in the match. With nothing to lose as the minutes ticked by, and with the centre forward in the sin bin, the visitors piled forward and were awarded a penalty, easily converted by Spear, following a foul on Scott by Hayhurst that may on another day have been merely deemed obstruction. Right at the death Maskell equalised, his effort in a crowded box looping over Hunkin.

 

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At Priory Park this evening :-

7 goals (all to Bodmin)

2 hat tricks (Mitchell and Bello)

I reckon :-

Bodmin 4 yellows and a sin bin

Callington 4 yellows and a red!

Could the ref have helped himself by not producing the first yellow after just two minutes? It wasn’t by any means a dirty game!

As for the match, well Bodmin were by far the better side. I don’t think Callington got in a decent shot on goal until about the 50th minute.

The other scorer for Bodmin by the way was Kenny.

 

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12 hours ago, Darin Morse said:

St Dennis (3) 4 (Rowe 3, Sleeman) Dobwalls (2) 4

St Dennis (4-5-1): James Hunkin; Andrew Sincock, Mark Rowe, Lee Rickard, Ashley Taylor; Aaron Beresford, Ryan Hayhurst, Martin Sleeman, CJ Bird, Richard Hawke; Jacob Rowe.

Subs: Perry Harvey, Ian Stone.

Anyone know Who scored for Dobwalls?

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I fear it's going to be a very very long season for Callington, & most certainly Penzance by the looks of things. St.Austell should of bagged double figures reports suggest. As for Callington, after seeing them last weekend & last night my thoughts are that both Penzance, Cally & St.Blazey are all in for a huge basement battle slug out. 

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7 hours ago, Dave Deacon said:

At Priory Park this evening :-

7 goals (all to Bodmin)

2 hat tricks (Mitchell and Bello)

I reckon :-

Bodmin 4 yellows and a sin bin

Callington 4 yellows and a red!

Could the ref have helped himself by not producing the first yellow after just two minutes? It wasn’t by any means a dirty game!

As for the match, well Bodmin were by far the better side. I don’t think Callington got in a decent shot on goal until about the 50th minute.

The other scorer for Bodmin by the way was Kenny.

 

One of the worst games of football I have ever witnessed.  

It was simply a training session for Bodmin. The lack of competitiveness really showed. Callington appeared to have rocked up to defend but they showed too much respect and couldn't keep hold of or pass a ball throughout the 1st 45 minutes. 

I only knew Bodmin had a keeper coz' he was mentioned on the team sheet. 

The referee was inconsistent at best. I observed my 1st sin binning of the season and was left questioning 'why'? Why sin bin the player? Why have sin bins at all? 

In fairness to  Callington, although they had been playing like they've had 10 men from the 1st minute, when they did go to 10 men they played much better, even fashioning some chances. 

The game was disjointed, one sided and predominantly lack lustre from beginning to end. 

If this passes as step 6 football, it's going to be a very long season... 

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10 minutes ago, CornishCanary said:

I observed my 1st sin binning of the season and was left questioning 'why'? Why sin bin the player? Why have sin bins at all? 

Surely we have to assume he was sin binned because of something he said! 

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8 hours ago, Darin Morse said:

St Dennis (3) 4 (Rowe 3, Sleeman) Dobwalls (2) 4

St Dennis (4-5-1): James Hunkin; Andrew Sincock, Mark Rowe, Lee Rickard, Ashley Taylor; Aaron Beresford, Ryan Hayhurst, Martin Sleeman, CJ Bird, Richard Hawke; Jacob Rowe.

Subs: Perry Harvey, Ian Stone.

Dobwalls equaliser deep in injury time!

Shocking scenes at FT as a spectator confronted the ref on the pitch!

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13 minutes ago, Northernmonkey said:

Shocking scenes at FT as a spectator confronted the ref on the pitch!

As you haven’t shown it, I would be interested to hear your description of the “shocking scenes on the pitch” please

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6 minutes ago, Dave Deacon said:

As you haven’t shown it, I would be interested to hear your description of the “shocking scenes on the pitch” please

Equaliser was deep into injury time. After St Dennis had thrown away a two goal lead.  Players and people from the bench were involved in discussions on the pitch with the officials at FT. As players were leaving the pitch a spectator ran on.  He confronted the ref and had to be held back by one of the players. A lot of finger pointing and shouting initially but then a punch was thrown but no where near connected. 

Just my observations. I would say that a spectator getting onto the pitch and confronting the ref at any standard of football was shocking. 

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55 minutes ago, Dave Deacon said:

Surely we have to assume he was sin binned because of something he said! 

Forgive me Mr Deacon, my hyperbole should have included the phrase 'with a exasperated  why?'. I appreciate there may have been alot of discussion on sin binning, I understand the reasons you can get put in the bin, and appreciate why it's tried to be implemented... but the game last night... it was the cherry on an otherwise bland and tasteless cake

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Looking at the callington team I’d say a lot of the players were Dutchy league standard. That the problem now is  Your getting guys taking over clubs who only know guys from the low standard they played at and to throw them in against decent players they are going to struggle massively. 

Having watched a few games I have to agree compared the standard now is very poor 

 

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Looks like the league will be split this season much like the Premiership, 6-8 clubs at the top. Middle placed teams and then the bottom 4 fighting for any points they can get. 

Unfortunately there could be some big defeats for some teams along the way. With double figures on a few occasions, which I don’t think anyone wants to see. 

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2 hours ago, bighairydave said:

A worrying trend early in the season. Second night of officials being abused. Do these people do the same thing to anybody else if they feel they aren’t doing their job outside of football?

People have shouted at the officials for generations just live with it !

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1 hour ago, sportsman10 said:

Looking at the callington team I’d say a lot of the players were Dutchy league standard. That the problem now is  Your getting guys taking over clubs who only know guys from the low standard they played at and to throw them in against decent players they are going to struggle massively. 

Having watched a few games I have to agree compared the standard now is very poor 

 

Management out of their depth.

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1 hour ago, Unknown20 said:

Management out of their depth.

Judging by the recent scorelines & the conduct of players/Management their are alot out of their depth it seems ... Poor buggers, must be embarrassing for them deep down. 

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1 hour ago, Unknown20 said:

Management out of their depth.

I would argue a touch unfair to the management team. Maybe their opposition's reputation 'clouded' the pre match prep and eventual starting formation, when they stuck 3 across the middle after the sending off, it suited the players a little better I thought.  They took the game to Bodmin then. 

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2 hours ago, BIG AL said:

People have shouted at the officials for generations just live with it !

You don't like being given abuse so maybe you should live with it aswel.  🖕 😂

59 minutes ago, leedsunited said:

Judging by the recent scorelines & the conduct of players/Management their are alot out of their depth it seems ... Poor buggers, must be embarrassing for them deep down. 

Am I right in thinking Darren got booked last night? If so that's embarrassing 

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2 hours ago, silly billy said:

You don't like being given abuse so maybe you should live with it aswel.  🖕 😂

Am I right in thinking Darren got booked last night? If so that's embarrassing 

But i am not being paid !

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7 minutes ago, bighairydave said:

Again I ask the question. Does it make it acceptable to do it to anybody doing their job then if you don't agree with them?

Yes.

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13 hours ago, BIG AL said:

Yes.

Don't know how old you are BIG Al but - at times you seem to be getting more childish. What a pathetic attitude. Shouting at people can get you into deep water. Mind you don't shout at the wrong person chum ! 

I've seen some of the results of that.

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1 hour ago, Keith B said:

Don't know how old you are BIG Al but - at times you seem to be getting more childish. What a pathetic attitude. Shouting at people can get you into deep water. Mind you don't shout at the wrong person chum ! 

I've seen some of the results of that.

It is a free country and one is allowed to voice their opinion. which is what I do. As regards football, should everyone remain silent at a match? There is very little atmosphere now at local football matches, so the rule of silence would kill it !

10 hours ago, Mr Mo said:

Another bellend comment!

My opinion.

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2 minutes ago, BIG AL said:

It is a free country and one is allowed to voice their opinion. which is what I do. As regards football, should everyone remain silent at a match? There is very little atmosphere now at local football matches, so the rule of silence would kill it !

My opinion.

As it is mine.

 

As for the very little atmosphere, you clearly haven't taken up the very generous offers to visit Falmouth Town at Bickland Park, as it has more atmosphere than most ATM.

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2 minutes ago, Mr Mo said:

As it is mine.

 

As for the very little atmosphere, you clearly haven't taken up the very generous offers to visit Falmouth Town at Bickland Park, as it has more atmosphere than most ATM.

When the price is what I can afford I will go. In the meantime I will follow closely on the media.

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1 hour ago, BIG AL said:

It is a free country and one is allowed to voice their opinion. which is what I do. As regards football, should everyone remain silent at a match? There is very little atmosphere now at local football matches, so the rule of silence would kill it !

My opinion.

Difference between abuse and noise though. Don’t think I have ever heard a more ridiculous reason to aim abuse at officials in my life.

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1 hour ago, BIG AL said:

It is a free country and one is allowed to voice their opinion. which is what I do. As regards football, should everyone remain silent at a match? There is very little atmosphere now at local football matches, so the rule of silence would kill it !

My opinion.

No one is saying we must have silence at matches. It's the verbal abuse and intimidation of the officials that must be stopped. They do a difficult job very well most of the time. They need credit for the job they do, not abuse. Try it and see how you would like being sworn at by these foul mouthed individuals.

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10 minutes ago, Keith B said:

No one is saying we must have silence at matches. It's the verbal abuse and intimidation of the officials that must be stopped. They do a difficult job very well most of the time. They need credit for the job they do, not abuse. Try it and see how you would like being sworn at by these foul mouthed individuals.

Part of the job!

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1 hour ago, BIG AL said:

When the price is what I can afford I will go.

At what price would you possibly attend football matches Big Al?

The admission prices help clubs to survive and enable them to pay the officials for the "jobs" they're carrying out!

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10 minutes ago, Dave Deacon said:

At what price would you possibly attend football matches Big Al?

The admission prices help clubs to survive and enable them to pay the officials for the "jobs" they're carrying out!

Probably £3 the present cost is prohibitive, it is the cost of a meal. I have supported local football for over forty years and always enjoyed it except recently.

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23 minutes ago, BIG AL said:

Part of the job!

It is not. I would like to see the attitude reciprocated then when a player misses an open goal for example. Other players and managers don’t start swearing at them, getting aggressive and in there face. Why? Because it was a mistake and they didn’t mean to do it. Exactly the same for match officials!

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Just now, bighairydave said:

It is not. I would like to see the attitude reciprocated then when a player misses an open goal for example. Other players and managers don’t start swearing at them, getting aggressive and in there face. Why? Because it was a mistake and they didn’t mean to do it. Exactly the same for match officials!

Ok that is your opinion

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19 minutes ago, BIG AL said:

Probably £3 the present cost is prohibitive, it is the cost of a meal. I have supported local football for over forty years and always enjoyed it except recently.

www.gofundme.com

get BIG AL a season ticket for Falmouth Town FC

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51 minutes ago, BIG AL said:

Part of the job!

Getting abuse as a referee shouldn’t be part of the job. 

You'll be moaning soon enough when there’s a shortage of available referees and your game (whatever that might be) is called off. 

I know you have every right to an opinion but get out of the dark ages and show some support. 

Being paid for doing it does not equal being abused and confronted on or near the field of play  

The game is in a difficult enough state without fools trying to justify abuse to officials. At what point do you think it would cross the line, when an official is actually attacked? 

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Ran the line down Penryn last Saturday, took a bit of flack from the clubhouse end. After the game one came up with a smile on his face and shook my hand. It’s good to have banter as long as it’s fun ( which this was ). It’s when it gets personal that it becomes bad.

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2 minutes ago, Postman Pat said:

Ran the line down Penryn last Saturday, took a bit of flack from the clubhouse end. After the game one came up with a smile on his face and shook my hand. It’s good to have banter as long as it’s fun ( which this was ). It’s when it gets personal that it becomes bad.

Absolutely, but this banter unfortunately goes too far at times and it is this “norm” which needs eradicating.

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31 minutes ago, Tommy Matthews said:

Getting abuse as a referee shouldn’t be part of the job. 

You'll be moaning soon enough when there’s a shortage of available referees and your game (whatever that might be) is called off. 

I know you have every right to an opinion but get out of the dark ages and show some support. 

Being paid for doing it does not equal being abused and confronted on or near the field of play  

The game is in a difficult enough state without fools trying to justify abuse to officials. At what point do you think it would cross the line, when an official is actually attacked? 

Talk about being over dramatic. Officials have been shouted at for years even after the dark ages. There will never be a shortage of refs.because it is an easy afternoon earning forty plus pounds.

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19 minutes ago, BIG AL said:

Talk about being over dramatic. Officials have been shouted at for years even after the dark ages. There will never be a shortage of refs.because it is an easy afternoon earning forty plus pounds.

What is easy about it ? plus they buy their own kit, go to a fitness test and various meetings at their expense, we all love banter, we all love the game but it is a good job you are a one off, the only thing still in the dark age is you. 

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8 minutes ago, karaoke said:

What is easy about it ? plus they buy their own kit, go to a fitness test and various meetings at their expense, we all love banter, we all love the game but it is a good job you are a one off, the only thing still in the dark age is you. 

Oh poor refs!

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