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First day results - Saturday 17 August 2019

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Redruth United 2(1) ludgvan 0

Very competitive game which Redruth deserved to win on chances created.lewis Mathews with a sweet free kick from outside the box right on half time. And 20 to go16 year old charlie Hawthorne with a tap in at the far post.30 watching 

 

 

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Morwenstow 2-10 St Mawgan

Well at half time this looked like a close game, with the scoreline being 2-2. Even then, it was clear who were the better side as St Mawgan had by far the lion's share of possession.

After the break just about every time they went forward they looked dangerous with Craig Allen notching 5 goals, Sam West a couple and one for Bonar Maull to add to a fantastic first half FK from Aaron Hawken and an own goal.

Morwenstow took an early lead through Harry Savage and went 2-1 up through Norman Foster, but that was as good as it got for the home team and it looks like it could be a long season for them if they play like this every week.

As for St Mawgan, it's a spectacular start to life at Step 7, but they will surely face tougher tasks as the season progresses.

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PENRYN   (1)   1     Jack Rapsey 34’

MOUSEHOLE  (0)   0

 

ATT: 63 (counted just before HT)

MOM: Micky Flores (Mousehole)

REF: Dave Rowe  9/10 very good.

 

Penryn got the new St.Piran League season off to a winning start but were made to fight all the way to the final whistle by the Seagulls at Kernick Road. The hosts started on the front foot and forced 8 corners in the first 25 minutes without really threatening the goal too much. Penryn took the lead in fortuitous fashion ten minutes before the break when centre half Nick Boase up from the back struck a fierce shot from 25 yards that was heading wide but deflected off the thigh of striker Jack Rapsey and spun into the bottom corner totally wrong footing the excellent away keeper Micky Flores. The pacy Ryan Reeve then burst clear on the left in the 41st minute but Flores sped off his line to block the shot. The always superb Bradley Leivers wriggled into the area and was clipped on the ankle and the excellent referee Mr Dave Rowe pointed to the spot. Reeve blasted the penalty to Flores right but the keeper dived to beat the ball away and right on half time Reeve picked up a booking for a 50/50 challenge with Flores for a through ball they met at the same time. The only decision from Dave I disagreed with all game to be fair, thought it was the strikers right to make a challenge for the ball in that situation, brave keeping from Flores all the same. Penryn totally dominated the second half with Mousehole always looking dangerous on the break. Penryn finished with a total of 21 corners at full time and the visitors defended brilliantly in numbers to slide in and whip the ball away from Rapsey and Reeves toes from pinpoint Leivers and Jake Shaw crosses on several occasions. Star of the show though was Flores who made an incredible full stretch save in the 58th minute from a spectacular Rapsey overhead kick that was heading for the top corner. As so often happens Mousehole had a pacy breakaway attack down the left and from a great cross young Pasha Wilson headed wide at the far post in the 66th minute. Leivers sublime low driven cross was side footed past the far post by Reeve from close range before Flores again was lightening off his line to just get a touch and divert Shaws goalbound lob wide. Five minutes from time Reeves electric pace saw him clean through and he rounded Flores only for the keeper to dive backwards and get his fingers to the ball once more. He wasn’t finished yet tipping a Keegan McPhilburn free kick over the bar in the 88th minute to deny the rampant hosts once again. Mr Rowe added on 5 minutes of injury time but some clever possession passing saw the hosts see the game out to claim maximum points. On another day it might well have ended 7-2 but credit to the Seagulls for some valiant defending in front of an inspired keeper on the day. Penryn manager Harry Pope will be wondering how his team only scored one goal but it’s a winning start to life in the new St.Piran league on a fantastic Kernick Road surface provided by the multi award winning Bakes. 👌👏🏼👍

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1 hour ago, RAPPO said:

PENRYN   (1)   1     Jack Rapsey 34’

MOUSEHOLE  (0)   0

 

ATT: 63 (counted just before HT)

MOM: Micky Flores (Mousehole)

REF: Dave Rowe  9/10 very good.

 

Penryn got the new St.Piran League season off to a winning start but were made to fight all the way to the final whistle by the Seagulls at Kernick Road. The hosts started on the front foot and forced 8 corners in the first 25 minutes without really threatening the goal too much. Penryn took the lead in fortuitous fashion ten minutes before the break when centre half Nick Boase up from the back struck a fierce shot from 25 yards that was heading wide but deflected off the thigh of striker Jack Rapsey and spun into the bottom corner totally wrong footing the excellent away keeper Micky Flores. The pacy Ryan Reeve then burst clear on the left in the 41st minute but Flores sped off his line to block the shot. The always superb Bradley Leivers wriggled into the area and was clipped on the ankle and the excellent referee Mr Dave Rowe pointed to the spot. Reeve blasted the penalty to Flores right but the keeper dived to beat the ball away and right on half time Reeve picked up a booking for a 50/50 challenge with Flores for a through ball they met at the same time. The only decision from Dave I disagreed with all game to be fair, thought it was the strikers right to make a challenge for the ball in that situation, brave keeping from Flores all the same. Penryn totally dominated the second half with Mousehole always looking dangerous on the break. Penryn finished with a total of 21 corners at full time and the visitors defended brilliantly in numbers to slide in and whip the ball away from Rapsey and Reeves toes from pinpoint Leivers and Jake Shaw crosses on several occasions. Star of the show though was Flores who made an incredible full stretch save in the 58th minute from a spectacular Rapsey overhead kick that was heading for the top corner. As so often happens Mousehole had a pacy breakaway attack down the left and from a great cross young Pasha Wilson headed wide at the far post in the 66th minute. Leivers sublime low driven cross was side footed past the far post by Reeve from close range before Flores again was lightening off his line to just get a touch and divert Shaws goalbound lob wide. Five minutes from time Reeves electric pace saw him clean through and he rounded Flores only for the keeper to dive backwards and get his fingers to the ball once more. He wasn’t finished yet tipping a Keegan McPhilburn free kick over the bar in the 88th minute to deny the rampant hosts once again. Mr Rowe added on 5 minutes of injury time but some clever possession passing saw the hosts see the game out to claim maximum points. On another day it might well have ended 7-2 but credit to the Seagulls for some valiant defending in front of an inspired keeper on the day. Penryn manager Harry Pope will be wondering how his team only scored one goal but it’s a winning start to life in the new St.Piran league on a fantastic Kernick Road surface provided by the multi award winning Bakes. 👌👏🏼👍

Nice write up mate. 

Thanks. Not everyone will agree with the yellow card for ryan. But thats football. 

On a different note it was great to catch up with you today. Hopefully ill see you around somemore.

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Hi Dave, good to see you mate. Thought you had a great game 👍 Yeah no one will ever agree on every decision, all you can ever do is give what you see mate. Think it looked worse as Reevey is so quick and they got there the same time and collided. Catch you again later in the season no doubt mate 👍👏🏼

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Thanks for the feed back guys. Both teams were great. Behaved themselves, done their clubs proud and a special mention to all the guys at penryn behind the football for the hospitality. Esp Tom Blewett who always rolls out the red carpet and does so much that may not be noticed. Thanks all. 

Also pitch was awesome Dave has really put a shift in on it. Thanks all. Best of luck to both teams for the rest of the season.

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😂😂😂 was honoured to be allowed in the goalmouth before the game Dave!! I know players that have regretted that in the past!!  😁  Wish I looked as good as your pitch mate!! The lads are lucky to have a surface like that every other week! Spoilt! 👏🏼👌👍

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39 minutes ago, RAPPO said:

😂😂😂 was honoured to be allowed in the goalmouth before the game Dave!! I know players that have regretted that in the past!!  😁  Wish I looked as good as your pitch mate!! The lads are lucky to have a surface like that every other week! Spoilt! 👏🏼👌👍

You'd be luckier if you looked like me🤣

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3 hours ago, TheolderIgetthebetterIwas said:

The love affair with box nets continues!

Had to beat him with an iron bar to get him out of them!

 

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*BREAKING NEWS*

PENRYN MANAGER POPE MAKES LOAN SIGNING AFTER DEADLINE DAY CLOSES

Harry pop captures the signature of free agent Mark "Rappo" Rapsey, on a year long loan deal, clinched with the outbalancing fact that Rappo gets a free Sausage and Chips with 1 Yorkie bar after every game. 

Rappo is said to have bitten Popeys hand off with the contract deal, and can't wait to get started at The Hallow turf of Penryn. 

"I am delighted with Hazza offer for the short term Deal, and I think Jack is more surprised than me."

Good luck Rappo. 😋

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Can’t even walk Ralph!!! Not sure Harry would want a cripple in his squad! Especially the way those boys zip it around the pitch! 😂 18 holes leaves me limping for about 3 days mate!! Wouldn’t mind Bakes sausage and chips every week though! 👍 Not too keen on Yorkies but a Mars bar would be great!! Haha Jack would be gutted!! 😂 Hope you’re well and have a good season mate 👍

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1 hour ago, RAPPO said:

Can’t even walk Ralph!!! Not sure Harry would want a cripple in his squad! Especially the way those boys zip it around the pitch! 😂 18 holes leaves me limping for about 3 days mate!! Wouldn’t mind Bakes sausage and chips every week though! 👍 Not too keen on Yorkies but a Mars bar would be great!! Haha Jack would be gutted!! 😂 Hope you’re well and have a good season mate 👍

We don't do Mars or yorkies but a toffee crisp or a kit kat and deal on hahah

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10 hours ago, RAPPO said:

Can’t even walk Ralph!!! Not sure Harry would want a cripple in his squad! Especially the way those boys zip it around the pitch! 😂 18 holes leaves me limping for about 3 days mate!! Wouldn’t mind Bakes sausage and chips every week though! 👍 Not too keen on Yorkies but a Mars bar would be great!! Haha Jack would be gutted!! 😂 Hope you’re well and have a good season mate 👍

Oh I thought this was a sky sports press release photo lol. 🙈😂 Would be a fantastic addition bud even if you, do feel you can't walk. 

Should be good mate, I'm on Switzerland at the moment with the Wife and 5 little ones, so don't get my season started until Saturday mate. So will have missed 2 games my old Fruit. 

Penryn pitch looking lush and lovely in that pic bud. 👀 

Enjoy your ground hopping and reporting mate. 👍🏻

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20 hours ago, TheolderIgetthebetterIwas said:

The love affair with box nets continues!

Had to beat him with an iron bar to get him out of them!

 

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I thought Kernick had Rainbow nets?

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Shame for Lanreath. Sad to see a score like that at anytime. 

Also, many moons ago now, but I never enjoyed hammering teams with double figured scorelines. Tough time ahead or with any luck players returning to the side at Lanreath. Good luck gents! 

 

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8 hours ago, Die Hard said:

Shame for Lanreath. Sad to see a score like that at anytime. 

Also, many moons ago now, but I never enjoyed hammering teams with double figured scorelines. Tough time ahead or with any luck players returning to the side at Lanreath. Good luck gents! 

 

The score suggests they were completely out played and outclassed. What were their fitness levels like ? If players aren't fit they will always suffer.

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