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Guest Dave Sobey

FHFL League Results 02/02/08

DIVISION ONE

CHACEWATER 8 WENDRON 1

FALMOUTH ATH HELSTON OFF

HAYLE 1 FALMOUTH TOWN 3

HOLMANS 4 MOUSEHOLE 2

LIZARD 1 PENRYN 1

ST AGNES 2 ST DAY 1

STITHIANS 1 FALMOUTH ALB 1

DIVISION TWO

CULDROSE 1 CARHARRACK 0

MARAZION 6 TRISPEN 1

MAWGAN 3 FALMOUTH ALB 2

PER/PORTH 1 PENDEEN 5

ROSUDGEON 9 HAYLE 0

WENDRON 0 MAWNAN 3

DIVISION THREE

CARHARRACK RES 3 CURY 1

CAMBORNE PARK 16 FROGPOOL/CUS 1

FALMOUTH ATHLETIC 9 ROSUDGEON 0

LANNER 2 ST DAY 1

MULLION 5 STITHIANS 0

PENRYN 3 LIZARD 4

RUAN MINOR 0 PORT RANGERS 6

TROON 4 HELSTON 3

LEAGUE CUP 1ST ROUND

FROGPOOL 3 CONSTANTINE 1

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Fal - Helst Div 3: Fal Ath 9 Rosudgeon 0

A scrappy game at times but also entertaining and played in the right spirit.

Full credit to Rosudegon who never gave up and battled til the end.

Athletic goals from Jefferys, Miller, Gilbert, Eddy, Burton 2 and Cudlipp 3.

Burton nearly had his hat-trick but slipped when taking a penalty.

Just for the record no I didn't laugh! Brian would hurt me.

Stivey nearly got on the score sheet but was pipped to a corner header by Burton who leapt like a salmon.

Tough game for Athletic next week away to Helston

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Guest andy goundry

St Agnes Reserves 2 St Day Reserves 1

Baretto Bags The Winner

For the second week in a row a dogged St Agnes team ground out a much needed win and three valuable points in a keenly contested game at Enys Parc. Andy Goundry and Garry Kay, the respective managers were without key players but those available acquitted themselves well in windy conditions. St Day were the happier at half time with the score nil – nil as St Agnes failed to capitalise on the wind advantage. Shane Cameron hit the bar and shot wide, James Thomas repeated the event and several other chances went begging as the home team dominated possession. However St Day also spurned several chances to score on the break.

With the wind at their backs St Day started well in the second half but over hit several passes in adjusting to the wind advantage. Slowly the home team gathered their game and despite playing against the elements went close through Sam Connolly, Alex Barreto and Shane Cameron. Richie Horswell who had replaced the injured Greg Moulds in the first half began to win the midfield battles but just as confidence was growing a through ball put Richard Whitlock clear and he calmly finished to give St Day the lead. Home keeper Tom Morgan was called upon to make a couple of quick saves to keep the gap down to one.

Jamie Venables and Dan Cox came off the bench and St Agnes pushed hard for the equaliser. It came as the unfortunate Dave Lanyon put through his own net following a goal mouth scramble after a Venables cross. Then with 10 minutes to go following the best move of the game Alex Barreto latched onto another Venables cross to smash a low shot passed the St Day keeper from 15 yards and seal another hard fought win.

St Agnes. Morgan, Campling, Cameron, Belche, A. Goundry, D. Goundry, Connolly, Thomas, Moulds, Blake, Barreto. Subs Horswell, Venables and Cox.

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well done to chacewater today were all over us all game and played some good football we scored a quality goal that was more of a fluke realy. mike elliot looks like a quality striker and im sure will score alot more this season. im sure the result could of been alot higher aswell, our defence was caught sleeping alot and it always only needed one ball to thread the chacewater strikers through everytime which made it relatively easy with the amount of one on ones there were today. but not taking anything away from chacewater who deserved the big result they got.

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FHFL 2 Wendron IV 0 Mawnan 3

Good game played in great spirit from both teams, i had 2 new players and yet again an almost completely different team, but the commitment was great, just lacking in the quality in the final third to create any real chances. Mawnans wide men really were too good for us, we managed to only be 1 nil down at half time due to some last ditch defending and goalkeeping, but were playing some nice football at times. 2nd half the game became more open, and mawnan took advantage of the space better than we did. In the end the stronger team deservingly won. We desperately need a striker to put some chances away as at the moment i have a winder and a centre mid playing up front.

Pete

Wendron manager

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Match Report

02/02/08

FHFL 2

RNAS Culdrose 1 v Carharrack AFC 0

Carharrack visited Culdrose with high hopes but came away empty handed. A goal after the interval was enough to settle this drab encounter on a windy afternoon.

With neither side able to put together any early moves, the first action came on the 26th when Culdrose narrowly kicked the ball over the crossbar. A lack of decent crosses meant the Carharrack forward partnership of Brenden Dennis and Bret Adams had little to play with and this was also the case for the home side.

The second half saw both teams looking to take the lead and it was the servicemen who took it, when a corner led to confusion in the Carharrack box and the ball firmly in the back of the net.

With 20 minutes to play Carharrack looked for the equaliser and came close with a shot by sub Liam Bray but the chances just didn't materialise and the disappointment was shown throughout the visitors faces as the ref blew for full time.

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Mawgan 3-Falmouth Albion 1

Mawgan got off to great start when Matt Holman got on the end of an Eddie Stewart through ball and smashed an unstoppable shot into the top corner, after that i think it is fair to say that Mawgan had by far the better of the 1st half and if it wasn't for Geachy in the falmouth goal we could have had 4 or 5 with McPhilbin & ruse both hitting the woodwork, but Falmouth stuck at it and got their reward after 35 mins when Fleming the Mawgan keeper took a poor touch from a poor back pass and the Falmouth player was on it in a flash to put the ball away.

Mawgan came out in the 2nd half more determined and were soon in the lead after Kilgallon laid the ball back to Mcphilbin who stroked the ball home off the far post from the edge of the area (not even super geach was getting to that one). Mawgan kept up the pressure and increased their lead through Stewart who skipped past his man and hit his shot low into the far corner, again Falmouth came back when a sweet strike from about 20 yards hit the post and went in leaving Fleming with no chance to set up a tense final few minutes but the Mawgan defence held firm and Mawgan came away worthy winners.

in my opinion the stand out players on the pitch were Jordan Davies and Eddie Stewart for Mawgan & Geachy and the crazy haired centre mid (sorry don't know his name) for Albion

ref Nige Little also had a good game and let the game flow

Mac

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Guest geachy1

thanks for the mention ah reckon so.

your right iamthebest it was marc adams in midfield back from uni not sure for how long tho the longer the better.he is class player .

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Hi Guys just to let some that dont know , im building a Porthleven Rangers website and it will be having the update of the league table Falmouth/Helston Div III every week so if you could get me the results on the day then i will be more than happy to post the table onto the site, or you can check it out on www.clubwebsite.co.uk/porthlevenrangers. :thumbsup:

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Levy Rocks, although not official as fans myself and Shifty also try and keep a accurate track of the FHFL 1 & 2 tables. The league will kindly place official scores on here during Saturday evening or Sunday Morning, so watch this space. I have placed the link of your site on the pinned message to this Junior Fourm indicating to others where your table can be found. Thanks for the efforts. Its great when we all pull together.

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