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Senior Cup Results - 2nd Round - Oct 3 2020


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2nd Round

Bude Town                   6-1       Hayle

Holman SC                    5-1       Redruth United

Looe Town                   0-1       St Mawgan

Mullion                        3-1       Morwenstow

Perranwell                   3-2       St Stephen (aet)

Polperro                      4-1       St Newlyn East

Rosudgeon                   3-2       Ludgvan (aet, 2-2 after 90)

Ruan Minor                  5-1       Marazion

St Dominick                  3-2       Illogan RBL (aet)

St Minver                     4-1       Penryn Athletic

 

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Polperro 4-1 St Newlyn East 

Nobody who saw this game could argue that the final score line didn’t reflect the game and flattered the hosts who were in a close game that could have still gone either way until the 87 minute. 

We hit a post and had chances to score before opening the scoring on 28 mins from Lee Paxton. Polperro equalised just 4 mins later when a rash challenge from our keeper gifted Polperro a penalty to reply from.

Polperro scored early in the second half to go 2-1 up when a long ball over the top was converted. Both teams had opportunities to score but it wasn’t until the 87th and 91st minute with Newlyn pushing for an equaliser that the game was sealed with two late goals.

A very even contest overall with (IMO) Newlyn the better team in the first half and Polperro controlling the second better and going through after taking their chances. 
 

Good luck to Polperro for the rest of their season. 
 

Jiggy, Manager SNEFC

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Perranwell 3 - St Stephen 2 AET - Great credit to St Stephen who battled hard in a game that ebbed and flowed in very windy conditions at the Well. Not an afternoon for students of football, but a great cup tie none the less, finally settled in extra time by a Tom Fisher first time hat-trick for the home team. The game was well reffed by Kevin Knowles who was kept busy by the determination of both sides to win this tie. Nice to see the Well’s centre backs making the case to the ref not to send off the young St Stephen’s talented winger who had a feisty battle down the right side all match, it was the right call even with the game poised at 2-2, and nice to see that genuine sportsmanship still exists in the game. Some great saves from both keepers kept their respective teams in the game at various points of the match, with the crossbar and post also coming to the Well’s rescue on a couple of occasions. A great advert for cup football, if not for football purists, it none the less provided a great afternoon’s entertainment.

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15 minutes ago, Dave Deacon said:

I see the Mullion result is now the right way on the county site, but still three results not showing! I’m assuming this is down to the relevant clubs to input is it?

The Club’s designated contact should get an automated text that they simply have to reply to with the score line. 

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